Integrated Device Technology has introduced two new devices that deliver a high-efficiency wireless charging solution for electronics demanding up to 15 W of output power. Supporting wireless charging for new categories of consumer products and infrastructure, the highly integrated chips deliver industry-leading power conversion efficiency of over 86 percent from transmitter input to receiver output, reducing system losses and improving thermal performance while rivaling traditional wired power conversion architectures.Compatible with the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) Qi standard, the new transmitter and receiver further enhance IDT’s leadership position in wireless power, where the company’s 5 W and 3W solutions are already deployed into high-volume smartphones and wearables.The new P9240A transmitter is ideal for standalone transmitter pads and embedded furniture, as well as infrastructure applications in airports, hotels and cafes. The companion P9220 receiver is designed for products that require high current charging like tablets and phablets, mini PCs, medical instruments and wireless speakers, as well as “fast charging” smartphones. Both transmitter and receiver ICs deploy a high performance microprocessor for maximum flexibility and performance optimization.The P9240A transmitter accepts a wide range input (4.25-21V) and features proprietary slew rate control for optimal EMI performance and low power standby. The flexible P9240A core provides power level scalability and performance optimization. The P9220 receiver is highly integrated, with an active internal rectifier and output LDO with support for all mainstream communication interface protocols. Similar to the P9240A transmitter, the P9220 receiver’s core maximizes flexibility and customization.Pricing and AvailabilityThe P9240A is available in a 40-QFN5X5 package and is priced at $3.75 each for a 10k lot. The P9220 is available in a WLCSP package and is priced at $2.50 each for a 10k lot.
GUIMARAS – Buenavista National HighSchool, Doctor Catalino G. Nava National High School and Cabalagnan NationalHigh School stayed undefeated in the NBTC League Guimaras Qualifying Leg here. Following Catalino and Cabalagnan inthe standings were Jordan National High School with 2-1, Agsanayan with 2-2 andEast Valencia National High School and St. Joseph School with 0-4 slate each. Cabalagnan National High School is atsecond place in the bracket with 3-0 slate after its 85-56 rout on St. JosephSchool Hijas de Jesus and Agsanayan National High, 79-52. Doctor Catalino G. Nava National HighSchool, meanwhile, is 4-0 in Bracket B after its wins over Agsanayan NationalHigh School, 77-61, and East Valencia National High School, 76-61. The NBTC Guimaras qualifiers waspresented by SM, Chooks to Go, Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas, Go for Gold,Molten, Vivo, Smart, Cignal, Darlington Exped and Espn 5./PN Buenavista National High maintainedits hold of the top spot in Bracket A with a 4-0 record following victoriesover Trinidad V Canja-Sta. Teresa High School, 77-74, and Nueva ValenciaNational High School, 87-79. Behind Buenavista in Bracket Astandings were Good Shepherds Fold Academy, Simeon J. Jabasa National HighSchool and Trinidad Canja with 2-2 records each, and Nueva Valencia andPhilippine College of Business and Accountancy with 1-3 each.
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. CLEVELAND – The Indians had their sights set on Jonathan Lucroy, but the catcher, much to the anger of Indians fans, declined to come to the Tribe on Sunday when he vetoed their trade offer to the Brewers.Things got even worse in the situation on Monday when Lucroy went to an American League team that very well may end up facing the Tribe in the postseason if things stay as they are – the Texas Rangers.After saying ‘no’ to the Indians on Sunday, Lucroy seemed more than happy to get dealt to the Rangers (who were not on his no-trade clause list) and said as much Monday afternoon with a tweet excited about the news. It’s a tweet that further drives the stake into the heart of Indians fans, who were giddy about the prospect of getting both Lucroy and Yankees relief pitcher Andrew Miller, but instead will have to settle for Miller, who is in Cleveland and is available for action against the Twins tonight. Matt Loede Related TopicsIndiansJonathan LucroyRangers
Salah seorang penumpang tengah mencoba teknologi canggih buatan Elenium Automation untuk mendeteksi penumpang berisiko medis atau tidak di bandara. Foto: Elenium Automation via Business Traveller Etihad Airways dilaporkan akan segera mengagendakan uji coba teknologi baru di bandara. Teknologi tersebut diklaim mampu membantu petugas untuk mengidentifikasi wisatawan yang berisiko medis, baik mereka yang bergejala atau tidak hingga wisawatan yang sedang dalam masa inkubasi Covid-19 atau tidak.Baca juga: Saudia vs Etihad, Siapa Juara di Kelas Ekonomi?Dikutip dari laman businesstraveller.com, teknologi tersebut dikembangkan oleh perusahaan asal Negeri Kanguru Australia, Elenium Automation. Teknologi tanpa adanya kontak langsung ini bisa mengetahui seseorang bergejala corona atau tidak dengan memonitor suhu tubuh, detak jantung, dan pernapasan setiap orang yang menggunakan seluruh fasilitas dalam rangkaian menuju penerbangan, seperti self check-in, informasi, bag drop, security points hingga immigration gates.
vs. Delta State 2/18/2018 – 12:00 pm Next Game: Preview Sassman brought in Toney in the third inning to cut the deficit to 2-1, after Toney singled and stole second base. An inning later, Merrill drew a walk and scored on a Mika Garcia RBI single down the first base line, after advancing to second on a sacrifice bunt from Kathleen Smiley. Garcia’s single tied the score, and UWF brought in two more runs in the inning, with singles from Jacquelynne Poling and Jibrasha Moore to put the score at 4-2 in favor of West Florida. Sassman was hit by a pitch in the top of the 1st, and she now ranks third in the UWF record books with 18 times hit by pitch. She is also now tied for fifth on UWF’s career triples leaderboard, with her RBI triple in the third inning giving her 15 in her time as an Argonaut. West Florida got the scoring started in the second inning, when Callan Taylor lifted a double into right field and came around to score on Garcia’s single up the middle. Moore singled up the middle two batters later to make it 2-0. Jibrasha Moore, who hit the walkoff winner against West Alabama, Ally Merrill, and Meghan Toney each picked up three hits for the day, and Grace Gilbert had a pair of hits and earned the win with a complete game against UWA. West Alabama hit just .167 against Gilbert and Olivia Printiss allowed only two earned runs in the first game of the day against Shorter. Live Stats It was a tough-luck loss for Olivia Printiss, who threw six innings of relief while allowing just two earned runs and striking out four. The sophomore’s record dropped to 1-1 on the year, and her ERA still stands at an impressive 0.88. Several Argonauts had standout performances in the loss. Meghan Toney had a pair of hits, Ally Merrill reached three times, through a hit and two walks, and Rhiannon Sassman had an RBI triple to plate West Florida’s first run. Grace Gilbert earned her team-best fourth win of the season in the effort, going the full 11 innings in the circle and allowing just three earned runs while striking out six. Gilbert also picked up a pair of hits, and fellow freshman Ally Merrill did the same, with a 2-for-5 afternoon at the dish. MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Saturday’s opening games to the Gulf South Conference schedule were a mixed bag for the third-ranked University of West Florida softball team. After battling back and ultimately falling to Shorter on a walkoff single in the first game of the day, the Argonauts worked to their own extra-inning walkoff win over West Alabama in Game 2, improving to 8-5 on the year and 1-1 in conference play. Game 1: UWF 4, Shorter 5Shorter took a walk-off win in West Florida’s first game of the day, with a single up the middle from Kiera Dudley ending the game. The Hawks got out to a quick lead, with a 2-0 advantage after an inning of play, but West Florida would again battle back and take a lead. West Florida will finish its time at the GSC Festival on Sunday with a game against Delta State at noon in Montgomery. Full Schedule Roster The Argonauts and UWA each threatened in extra innings, but nothing came across until the 10th when West Alabama’s Audrey DIekmann singled up the middle in the top half and Merrill singled through the right side to even it up in the bottom of the inning. Game 2: UWF 5, West Alabama 4 (11 innings)UWF took its own walkoff victory in the second half of Saturday’s doubleheader, getting an infield single from Jibrasha Moore in the 11th to end it. The hit was one of Moore’s two RBI singles in the game, including her single up the middle in the second inning to give West Florida a 2-0 lead. West Alabama picked up three unanswered runs, scoring one in the fourth, sixth and seventh innings, before Rachel Wright laced a double into right center field to score Garcia following a leadoff walk. Shorter started its comeback in the fifth with a two-out single from Taylor Martin. Dudley brought Martin in just a few batters later when a high fly ball into shallow left center bounced off Tori Perkins’ glove as she was on the run, cutting UWF’s lead to 4-3. Moore’s infield single with two outs scored pinch-runner Sara Spears and pushed West Florida to a 1-1 record in GSC play after Saturday’s action. Carson Carriker drew a leadoff walk, and Lindsey Newell lifted a double down the right field line that hit the chalk and put two runners in scoring position with no outs in the 7th. After Printiss struck out Dani Lukas, back-to-back singles gave Shorter the tie and the win. #ARGOS#Print Friendly Version
Kim Oliver’s side were the more dominant of the two in the opening exchanges but Wasps showed stubbornness in defence to stop Bristol getting over the line.Clara Nielson and Claire Molloy continually linked up well allowing Bristol to gain momentum and getting the hosts into a scoring position but the Bristol Ladies couldn’t quite make the final pass to score.Cat McNaney continued her scintillating start to the season and broke the deadlock in the first half with the full-back’s score putting Bristol 5-0 up.
Rugby League BY KEVIN TEME The Mt Hagen Eagles rugby league franchise club will host its four color trial match tomorrow. Former PNG Kumul prop Rodney Pora said since the majority of players (92) in the training squad are from districts within the Rebiamul oval, the club has opted to have the trial match there. From the trial match, two sides – a possible and probable side – will be named for the selection of the final side to represent the Waghi Tumbe in the Digicel Cup 2019 season. “I believe the initial number of players selected will play the trial match where players will be put into four groups representing different colors and from there, two squads will be named for the possible and probable match later on the weekend,” Pora said from Mt Hagen yesterday. Pora, is likely to be one of two former Kumul players joining newly appointed head coach Nixon Kolo to lead the Eagles this year. Asked if he was also part of the Eagles team, Pora said: “Well, I am willing to help Kolo and the Eagles this season.” “I am still hanging out here trying to help in any way possible for my home team.” Kolo is currently in Port Moresby and is expected to return to finalise his team for the 2019 Digicel Cup competition which gets underway in April.
(USA TODAY Sports)There is a lot of football on Saturday (finally). Here are five games you are probably going to want to watch.1. No. 6 Ohio State at Navy12:00 P.M. – CBSWhy: If there was ever a perfect setup for an opening day upset, it would be this game. Ohio State is without Braxton Miller. Navy is playing at home and it appears that no one can stop junior quarterback Keenan Reynolds when he runs the option.2. Arkansas vs. No. 5 Auburn4:00 P.M. – ABC/ESPN 2Why: There’s no delicate way to put this: Arkansas was awful last year. The Razorbacks went 3-9 after beginning the season 3-0. Here’s an opportunity to start the season right against the fifth-best team in the country … or extend your losing streak to 10 games.3. No. 16 Clemson at No. 12 Georgia5:30 P.M.– ESPNWhy: The last time these teams played was bananas. Actual bananas rained down from the sky in some parts of the world due to the on-field spectacle. Okay, bananas didn’t fall from the sky, but the 38-35 Clemson win was nothing short of spectacular.(USA TODAY Sports)4. No. 1 Florida State vs. Oklahoma State8:00 P.M. – ABC/ESPN3Why: Jameis Winston and the defending national champions begin their title defense against a team that will put up fight against the Seminoles. Oklahoma State ruined Baylor’s season last November, they could easily do the same against Florida State to kick off the year.5. No. 14 Wisconsin vs No. 13 LSU9:00 P.M. – ESPNWhy: Because it’s going to be the best game of the day, that’s why. Other reasons to watch: Who is going to play quarterback for LSU? How will Melvin Gordon start his Heisman Trophy campaign? How much grass will Les Miles eat? These questions and more should be answered Saturday night.Miss: Michigan vs. Appalachian StateAppalachian State is totally going to upset Michigan again, right? Wrong. So terribly, terribly wrong.
See also:Chelsea top again after seeing off StokeMourinho wants more goals from WillianChelsea v Stoke player ratings Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has reiterated that he believes skipper John Terry will still be at the club next season.Terry’s contract at Stamford Bridge is due to expire this summer and there has been speculation about his future given that he has yet to sign a new deal.But Mourinho has insisted the 33-year-old former England centre-back remains part of his plans.AdChoices广告Mourinho said: “The only idea I have is that the manager wants him to stay but contracts are between the player and the club. I never have any involvement in this. They will find the right moment.“The manager wants him to stay, the club know I want him to stay, he wants to stay, so normally he is staying.” Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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