A new wireless charging technology surfaces in China

Silicon Spread, a Chinese IC design company, recently launched a new wireless charging technology, iNPOFi (invisible power field), and the relevant chipset in Beijing. Unlike traditional wireless charging technologies, such as Qi and PMA, which are based on magnetic field transmission technologie...

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