Kinetic Technologies Announces Industry’s First Qi v1.3 Certified Wireless Power Receiver

KTE7000 5W Wireless Power Receiver Achieves v1.3 Certification from Wireless Power Consortium


Kinetic Technologies Announces New 13W Powered Device and DC-DC Controller which integrates a 150V Output MOSFET for Space-saving Power over Ethernet (PoE) Solutions

KTA1136: IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE PD with Integrated DC-DC Controller and Power FET


Kinetic Technologies Announces Leading Wireless Charging and RGB LED Driver Solutions

KTE7000: 5 Watt Wireless Power Receiver for WPC/Qi BPP

KTD2052: 12-Channel RGB Driver with I2C Control

Addressing EMC Preemptively in Ethernet Connected Devices

Author: Phil Dewsbury

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is an issue every designer of Ethernet-connected devices has to deal with. Making sure the devices are compliant with or meet the requirements of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), the process of keeping EMI under control so other nearby devices are not impacted, can be frustrating.

While simulation modeling and other design tools will help achieve 90% of EMC goals, the following additional steps are required to complete the final 10%.


New USB Type-C Data Line Protection IC Provides Industry's Fastest Response Time at 15 Nanoseconds

KTU1101: USB Type-C Port Protector Avoids Risks in System Protection Across Mobile, Enterprise and Industrial Applications


Kinetic Technologies Releases Highly Efficient, 13W Powered Device and DC-DC Controller for Power over Ethernet (PoE) Solutions

EMI and Surge Resilient; High Integration Provides Seamless Combination of Advanced Power Management, Ethernet Communications and High Voltage Protection