Intel recently demonstrated a new ambitious plan of using wireless energy transfer in future devices. A light bulb can work without being connected to current-carrying wires! Is it possible that this technology will result in innovative new products?
Consumer Appliances & Electronics
Electronic engineering is an important field related to electrical engineering. Electronic engineers design and build modern day electronics, from telecommunication devices to medical machines to every day consumer electronics like your tablet.
There is a large number of consumer electric appliances like dishwashers, water heaters, indoor lighting and kitchen appliances that make modern life possible. Whenever you pop a piece of bread into a toaster or move a load of laundry to the drier you have an eletrcial engineer to thank. Learn more about this wide field of consumer appliances and electronics.
Looking for information about HD Radio or looking for a list of HD stations in your area? Wondering how to get “high definition radio?” This article provides technical details and covers the pros and cons of HD Radio in the US.
What is the definition of non-ionizing radiation, and how do we measure it if it’s present? These are not easy questions to answer because of the very broad spectrum of energy represented in this class of emissions. This article covers what engineers and technicians need to know.
The production of thin-film panels using quantum dot nanotechnology can be accomplished using either contact printing, which offers very high resolutions, or solvent spin-casting techniques.