Rayna Wang - Application Engineer Rayna holds a master's degree in Electrical Engineering. She is presently working as an Application Engineer for Power Discretes & Sub analog Products responsible for wireless charging application development in the Asia region.
Seak-Chuan To - Technical Marketing Manager Seak-Chuan holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. He joined ST in 2001. He has more than 15 years marketing experience in Analog, Power and MEMS devices. He is presently working as a Technical Marketing Manager responsible for Power Management ICs, Wireless Charging, USB type C, Protection and Standard Products with a major focus on the business growth in IoT, Industry Automation, Fitness & Wellness, Smart Home, and Smart City in the South Asia region.
Venkatraman A - Technical Marketer for Power Discreates & Sub-Analog Products Venkatraman holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. He has 17 years of experience in the Semiconductor Industry including the last 5 years with STMicroelectronics as technical Marketing for Power discretes and Subanalog products. He has broad knowledge in Smart Metering, EV & connectivity Products, and he is also responsible for product promotion in Smart Grid / Metering, IoT & Consumer Segment for the India region.
Harjeet Singh - Senior Field Application Manager, Power, Discrete & Sub-Analog Harjeet holds a bachelor's degree in Power Electronics and an advanced diploma in Electronics & Controls Engineering. He joined ST in 2007 and supports customers using our power discrete & analog devices with applications covering consumer, industrial & EV applications. He has experience in medium to high power systems, heavy power conditioning systems, railways, electric locomotive converters & battery chargers, IPS for railway signaling, and PDP/LCD power supply design.

ST Wireless Power Solutions for Battery Charging Webinar

In partnership with STMicroelectronics

Webinar Overview

In a wireless battery charging system, power is transferred by electromagnetic induction (inductive power transfer) between a transmitting pad (TX) and the battery powered device (RX), such as a smartphone, smart watch, computers and peripherals, medical equipment or even industrial equipment. The power transmitter unit controls the current in the transmitting coil to transfer the correct amount of power as required by the receiver unit that continuously provides this information to the transmitter by modulating the transmitter carrier frequency through controlled resistive or capacitive load insertion. Generating the correct amount of power guarantees the highest level of end-to-end energy efficiency and helps limit the device’s operating temperature.

ST is one of the leading suppliers for the complete wireless charging solutions for both TX and RX, from low power to high power. ST has a wide range of wireless battery charging solutions including transmitters and receivers providing low stand-by power and foreign objects detection (FOD) feature. ST also offers evaluation and development tools and reference designs to help develop high-efficiency and compact wireless chargers that are Qi compliant.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Wireless charging general principles and key technologies
  • ST's strength in wireless charging ICs
  • ST wireless charging receiver family
  • ST wireless charging transmitter family
  • Turnkey solutions and charging demos of the following kits:
  • TX-RX 2.5W
  • TX-RX 15W
  • TX-RX 50W
  • TX-RX Integrated GUI


  • Key wireless power transfer technologies for charging
  • Wireless charging advantages for green future
  • Key markets for wireless charging solutions
  • ST strength in wireless charging
  • ST wireless charging receiver (RX) portfolio
  • ST wireless charging transmitter (TX) portfolio
  • Turnkey solution evaluation kit demonstrations

There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar where ST’s experienced engineers will be available to answer your questions.