September 25 - AirFuel Resonant ACE Program

Learn How To Add Wireless Charging to Your Products

Join us for training program on AirFuel Resonant™ technology and how to integrate this wireless power technology into your product.

This hands-on course for engineers, led by industry experts in AirFuel Resonant technology, will deep-dive into technical details and each participant will leave with a working reference design to integrate into your prototypes and products.

The next ACE Program will be held from September 25 to October 5, 2023 as a two week course with virtual sessions on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 7pm – 10pm ET.

Register using the form below.

Course Overview

In the ACE Program, you will attend a mix of presentations on technical how-to’s and hands-on workshops to prepare you for applying AirFuel Resonant technology to your product.


  • 7:00PM – 10:00PM ET
  • Monday, September 25
  • Tuesday, September 26
  • Thursday, September 28
  • Monday, October 2
  • Tuesday, October 3
  • Thursday, October 5


  • Soldering Kit
  • Multimeter
  • Oscilloscope (100MHz)
  • Current Probe at 6.78MHz
  • Power Supply (Recommended)

Sessions & Key Learnings

1. AirFuel Resonant Introduction

  • The Who, Why, What, and How of AirFuel
  • Introduction to AirFuel Resonance Concepts and Theory
  • System Architecture and Block Diagram
  • Key Terminology and Abbreviations
  • PTU/PRU Characterization and Interoperability Concepts
  • Operational / State Flow
  • Introduction to AirFuel Specifications
  • Introduction to AirFuel Certification Program

2. Transmitter/Receiver Resonator Characterization

  • H-Field Concepts (I-H Concepts)
  • VNA and Testing Setup Basics (e.g. common-mode prevention, theory for using VNA, etc)
  • Measuring Q, k, L, Z21 (wM), SRF
  • Impedance Box Characterization
  • Scanner, Analysis, and Software Tools
  • Hands-On Measurements and Characterization

3. Power Transmitter Unit (PTU)

  • Utilizing the Transmitter Resonator Characteristics
  • Why Impedance Matching
  • Amplifier Topologies and Concepts
  • Impedance Box and Output Levels Testing
  • Software States and Gotcha’s (Cross-connect, presence detection, charge complete, etc)
  • Hands-On Transmitter Build

4. Power Receiver Unit (PRU)

  • Using H-Field (H-V Concepts) — Designing PRU Resonator using tool.
  • Why Impedance Matching
  • PRU Theory of Operation
  • Electronic Characteristics and Parameters
  • Software States and Gotcha’s (e.g. dead-battery, long-beacon, presence pulse, clamping vs operating modes)
  • Hands-On PRU Build

5. AirFuel Bluetooth Communications

  • Why Bluetooth and Out-of-Band
  • AirFuel Bluetooth Profile
  • Software Flow and Parameters (optional & mandatory)
  • Choosing and Configuring Software Parameters
  • Hands-On Software Configuration

6. Regulatory Considerations

  • General Product Safety
  • EMF
  • EMC

Program Conclusion

  • Overview of concepts
  • Lessons Learned and Feedback
  • Next Steps
  • Q&A

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    Kero Basilious

    Director, Customer Support & System Applications

    Kero Basilious is a seasoned tech professional with over 15 years of experience in designing low-power applications and wireless communication systems. As the leader of the Energous Application and Customer Support Team, Kero is at the forefront of deploying cutting-edge wireless power networks (WPN). His expertise and leadership drive innovation in the tech industry, shaping the future of wireless energy solutions.

    Sanjay Gupta AirFuel

    Sanjay Gupta

    AirFuel Alliance

    Sanjay Gupta, President of AirFuel Alliance is an entrepreneurial executive with a passion for commercializing new technology and building across hardware, firmware, and software. He is best known for delivering the first phone with WiFi and VoIP calling and the first smartwatch.  Sanjay received his Ph.D. in Systems and an M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering, both from the University of Pennsylvania, and holds over 25 patents.