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Power Electronics Technology 2007 Editorial Calendar

Issue

Topics for Contributed Design Features

Special Features

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Jan

  • Cover Story: Power Semiconductors
  • Power Management
  • Battery/Portable Power Management
  • Magnetics
  • EMC & Power Protection

Feb

  • Cover Story: Power Management
  • Power Semiconductors
  • Motor Power Management
  • Lighting Power Management
  • Thermal Management

Spotlight on Magnetics
(A Product Roundup)

Applied Power Electronics Conference

Mar

  • Cover Story: CAD/CAE
  • Power Semiconductors
  • Power Management
  • Power Systems
  • Test Equipment

Website Exclusive: Special Section on Power Over Ethernet

Apr

  • Cover Story: Magnetics
  • Power Semiconductors
  • Power Management
  • Battery/Portable Power Management
  • Sensors/Tranducers

Spotlight on Medical Power Supplies
(A Product Roundup)

May

  • Cover Story: Passive Components
  • Power Semiconductors
  • Power Management
  • Power Systems
  • EMC & Power Protection

Website Exclusive: Special Section on Lighting Power Management

Jun

  • Cover Story: Power Management
  • Power Semiconductors
  • Thermal Management
  • Motor Power Management
  • Hardware/Interconnect

Spotlight on Test & Measurement
(A Product Roundup)

Jul

  • Cover Story: Magnetics
  • Power Semiconductors
  • Power Management
  • Battery/Portable Power Management
  • CAD/CAE

Supplement on Digital Power

Aug

  • Cover Story: Power Semiconductors
  • Power Management
  • Passive Components
  • Thermal Management
  • Sensors/Transducers

Sep

  • Cover Story: Test Equipment
  • Power Semiconductors
  • Power Management
  • Power Systems
  • EMC & Power Protection

Lifetime Achievement Award

Power Electronics Technology Conference Issue

Oct

  • Cover Story: Magnetics
  • Power Semiconductors
  • Power Management
  • Battery/Portable Power Management
  • Lighting Power Management

Product of the Year Award

Nov

  • Cover Story: Thermal Management
  • Power Semiconductors
  • Power Management
  • Motor Power Management
  • CAD/CAE

Power Semiconductor Packaging Wall Chart

Dec

  • 2008 Buyers Guide

Features highlighted in blue are new to the 2007 calendar.

Contributed Design Features:
Approximately, 2000 words in length, these in-depth articles address a variety of practical design issues in the field of power electronics. If you have an article proposal, please submit an abstract or outline to the editor. If you’re targeting a specific design feature in a particular issue, please submit your proposal at least 3 months in advance of the issue date.

Special Features
These include Spotlights on Magnetic Components (February), Medical-Grade Power Supplies (April), and Test and Measurement Equipment (June) and are round up articles reporting on recent product introductions in the spotlighted area. If you have any applicable product announcements, please send them to the editor.

The Website Exclusives are special sections that will appear online. These will include contributed design features on the selected topics. If you have article proposals for these special sections, please submit them to the editor.

The Special Section on Power Over Ethernet will explore critical issues in the design of power sourcing equipment (PSE) and power devices (PDs) in Power Over Ethernet applications.

The Special Section on Lighting Power Management will explore critical issues in the design of control and drive circuitry for fluorescent and LED light sources.

In addition to the special sections on the web, a special section will appear in print in the July issue of Power Electronics Technology, This Supplement on Digital Power will explore critical design issues in digital power management addressing requirements of ac-dc and dc-dc power supply applications.

In the November issue, the Power Semiconductor Packaging Wall Chart will appear as a pull-out poster.
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