NuCurrent Granted Six Patents Focused on Reducing the Size of Wireless Power Antennas

NuCurrent, a developer of wireless charging/power technology has been granted six patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The new patents focus on improving the performance and reducing the size of wireless power antennas, and further strengthen the international intellectual property position of NuCurrent by bringing the company to over 75 patents granted or pending worldwide.

The granted patents provide performance and form factor advantages for wireless power systems that require multiple wireless protocols and/or a reduced bill-of-materials (BOM) cost. For example, NuCurrent can combine Qi, AirFuel and NFC coils all onto one substrate and utilize common turns and connections to reduce the overall footprint of the printed circuit board (PCB) while simultaneously enhancing performance.

NuCurrent’s newly granted patents complement its growing IP portfolio that includes its multi-layer-multi-turn (MLMT) technology, which produces the world’s thinnest and most efficient antennas for wireless power transfer. This technology – which is part of the company’s NuIQ Technology Platform – is designed to develop efficient wireless power systems in a variety of product categories including smartphones, wearable devices, and industrial computing devices. With the NuIQ Platform, engineers and product managers can streamline wireless power systems development through industry-leading magnetics, hyper-accurate hardware simulators, precision firmware controls, and turnkey system modules. To learn more about NuCurrent, click here.


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