On-demand webinar | NFC charging: the tiniest solution for wireless charging

 

Discover how NFC technology is paving the way to new methods of on-the-go charging of small, battery-operated devices

 

This webinar was broadcast on November 18th, 2021

 

Watch this 1-hour, on-demand webinar to learn how to use NFC technology to implement wireless charging in tiny, connected objects to offer more innovation and greater convenience.

With the rising popularity and adoption of NFC technology, its application areas are expanding beyond the products of our daily lives and are reaching markets far beyond payment, access control, and consumer electronics. Consumers can now benefit from innovative applications and can use NFC for device pairing, authentication, and setting product parameters for example, thereby improving product user experience and convenience. Taking a new turn, NFC technology is now enabling wireless charging (WLC).

This webinar will provide comprehensive insights into NFC wireless charging technology and addresses newcomers and experts. We will explain what NFC wireless charging can bring to small devices and provide practical use cases on its features and capabilities.

ST's experts will show you how to implement ST's wireless charging solution, which is based on state-of-the-art hardware that uses NFC readers and dynamic tags from the ST25 family.

You will learn:

  • The principles of NFC wireless charging
  • How NFC wireless charging compares to Qi charging technology, and when to use one or the other
  • The setup and development ecosystem supporting ST's NFC wireless charging solution
  • About the NFC Forum WLC standard
  • The modes of support for NFC wireless power transfer: static and negotiated

 

 

Speaker

Dan Merino is a Staff Application Engineer supporting the RFID/NFC product portfolio at STMicroelectronics, a position he has held since 2016. He began his career in 1984 as a test technician for radar altimeters, military communications and threat simulators, and has since worked as a design engineer for drone landing systems and high power pulse modulators, and as an R&D design engineer for televisions and set top boxes. He began his Field Application career in 2005. In 2011, Dan joined ST as a field application engineer supporting the entire analog, MEMS and sensors portfolio, but specializing in RF products, including RFID. Dan is from Los Angeles, CA and graduated from California State University, Fullerton, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering.