June 8: RF WIRELESS
Building RF WIRELESS CHARGING systems
Course for product managers and engineers looking to build with RF wireless power and fast-track product development.
Hosted by experts in RF wireless power technology, the course deep-dives into AirFuel RF™ technology and how to integrate this power-at-a-distance solution into products.
Next RF ACE Program:
June 8th, 2023 from 1 – 5pm PT
Hosted at WPTCE 2023 in San Diego, CA
Course Fee: $300
*Evaluation Kits available for purchase
“The ACE Program was a very positive experience. In addition to the technical learnings, ACE provided direct exchange with experts and networking opportunities with other companies. Really valuable sessions.”
ACE Program 2021
80% of participants expected to apply their learnings from the ACE Program immediately to their job.
ACE Program 2020
1. Introduction to RF Wireless Power
2. Overview of AirFuel RF Specification
3. Regulatory and Safety Considerations
4. RF Power Transmitter Design
5. RF Power Receiver Design
Learn From These Experts
Director of Product Marketing
Eric MacDonald is the Director of Product Management at Energous Corporation. With more than 25 years in the industry, Eric has been an early-phase employee at several successful technology startups and held senior roles at large public companies including Western Digital and LSI Logic. At Energous he is focused on RF wireless energy harvesting for the rapidly expanding IoT world. Eric earned his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the University of California San Diego and holds 3 patents.
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.
Senior Director Of Technology
Paul is an expert in wireless systems, with over 20 years of experience developing low-cost, low-power, high-volume consumer wireless chips, and devices. Paul has been at Atmosic since early 2019, focused on forever battery and battery-free wireless solutions for IoT and consumer devices. Paul was an early employee at Atheros Communications, leading key WiFi/Bluetooth mobile chip development efforts. Prior to joining Atmosic, Paul was the wireless power and performance lead for Google Pixel. Paul holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Boston University and a master’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley.