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WattUp Wireless Power RF-Transmit IC

Dialog Semiconductor and Energous Corp. recently announced the availability of the DA4100 RF-transmit integrated circuit (IC), which is intended to simplify the implementation of WattUp wireless power transmitter systems. The WattUp wireless power RF-transmit IC integrates the ARM Cortex-M0+, RF transmitter, and power management functionality into a single 7 mm × 7 mm IC. In addition, it features on-chip DC-DC conversion and software, which provides seamless integration to Dialog’s SmartBond family of low-power BLE SoCs. The new IC minimizes required board space, which enables ultra-small charging transmitters and simplifies WattUp’s wireless power transmitter system implementation. DA4100 WattUp wireless power RF-transmit IC evaluation kits are now available.

Source: Dialog Semiconductor

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WattUp Wireless Power RF-Transmit IC

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