Smithtown, NY (PRWEB) October 5, 2009
How2Power.com, a website that helps engineers address power supply design challenges, announces the launch of How2Power Today. This free monthly e-mail newsletter presents innovative design techniques and solutions for power conversion, in-depth reporting on power components, and updates on the power electronics jobs scene.
The inaugural September issue is currently available online. To make sure you don't miss the next issue, sign up today for your free subscription. Subscribing to the newsletter is not only free, it's also quick and easy. So sign up now.
'How2Power Today is not just another e-newsletter,' says David G. Morrison, Editor. "The design features address practical and timely issues in power conversion and power management, while the new product stories provide information and perspective on many power components that get overlooked by other publications. And whether you're reading one of the design features or a new product story, you'll find technical details that don't appear in any press release or data sheet. Moreover, the articles are generously illustrated with diagrams, graphs, and tables that make the newsletter's detailed content more accessible."
How2Power Today also includes 'Power Supply Jobs & Technology,' a feature that examines developments in the engineering job scene and technology, and discusses how these developments may impact electrical engineers specializing in power electronics.
How2Power Today is sponsored by Vicor, International Rectifier, and Cirrus Logic.
About the editor
A veteran technical writer and editor, David G. Morrison is the founder of How2Power.com and the How2Power Today newsletter. Previously, Morrison served as Editor-in-Chief of Power Electronics Technology magazine, where he reported and commented on technical developments in power electronics while working with industry experts to develop in-depth design articles. He has also served as a technical editor at Electronic Design and Electronic Products magazines. Before entering publishing, Morrison worked as an electrical engineer at audio and RF electronics companies. Morrison holds a BSEE from the University of Rochester.
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