Simple low-power wireless-charging systems, which often operate in an “open-loop” configuration, is acceptable for low output-power levels but becomes inefficient at higher levels, often generating lots of heat.
Modern power delivery systems with DSPs, FPGAs and CPUs run on lower supply voltages and consume higher current. Meanwhile, intermediate bus voltages have stayed the same or increased depending on the application....More
“Developments in Batteries for Wearable Electronics” is a white paper for engineers and Managers. Various types of rechargeable batteries are explained along with advantages for use in different electronic applications....More