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Companies in this industry include manufacturers of TVs, radios, DVD players, personal music players, home entertainment equipment, etc.

Articles discussing opportunities, technical requirements, and design challenges for power electronics engineers in the Consumer & Entertainment equipment industry:

Wireless Power Emerges As New Field for Power Supply and Electromagnetics Design
By David G. Morrison, Editor,, June 2012

The large number of companies now developing wireless power products suggests that this is an area that may generate new career opportunities for power electronics (PE) engineers in the years ahead. For PE engineers interested in this field, it may be encouraging to learn that the power supply topologies, design techniques, and components being deployed in wireless power applications are generally similar to those PE engineers have been working with in other applications. However, there are some wireless-specific design challenges such as the design of transmitting and receiving coils, which creates a fundamental requirement for electromagnetics modeling and simulation. In this column, two developers of proprietary technologies—Wireless Power & Communication AS and WiTricity Corp.— share their insights on the design challenges encountered in their applications and the types of engineering skills that they and their customers rely on to create wireless power solutions.  Read the full article»

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