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About Intelec 2005

The 27th International Telecommunication Energy Conference (INTELEC '05) will be held at the ESTREL Hotel in Berlin, Germany from Sunday, September 18 through Thursday, September 22, 2005. 
INTELEC is an international forum for the exchange of information on energy and power for communications systems including IP and multimedia applications both today and in the future. The conference provides an unique opportunity for designers, manufacturers, distributors of power equipment and network operators to interact directly with researchers and users to discuss a wide variety of topics of power systems, components and energy storage technologies, exchange operational experience and other related energy topics. 

Over 900 representatives from more than 50 countries and areas are expected to attend.


Scope of the conference

  • Integrating the diverse power requirements of cable, wireless and Internet

  • AC&DC power system architectures, distribution, monitoring and reliability

  • New technology power generation and energy storage systems

  • Power for cable TV

  • Powering for cellular and personal communications systems

  • Primary power systems: engine generators, fuel cells, photovoltaic and wind systems

  • Standards and specifications

  • Power system architectures

  • Flywheel and other energy storage systems

  • DC/DC converters: topologies, design and simulation

  • AC Power Supplies: inverters, UPS, power supplies for computer systems and terminals

  • Rectifiers: topologies, design and simulation

  • Powering "Fibre in the Loop"

  • Building and environmental system design, energy conversation techniques

  • Batteries

  • Battery monitoring

  • Physical and thermal design, energy-efficient design

  • Cooling for communications

  • Thermal management of indoor and outdoor installation

  • Electromagnetic compatibility - EMI, ESD, EMP

  • Grounding and bonding of equipment, systems and buildings

  • Managing networks

  • User experience and operational issues

  • Environmental issues

  • Managements and control systems