Misha Khan is a professional electrical engineer and researcher. She graduated from the University of Glasgow, UK with an MSc in Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Management, she is currently attending the University of Derby, UK for her MBA. Her technical expertise include additive manufacturing, 3d printing, IoT, prosthetics and electronics.
Following the UK’s 2030 Petrol Ban Announcement: What Can the Country Do for a Better EV Infrastructure?
The large-scale production of EVs (electric vehicles) is already well underway in the UK and may well revolutionise its automotive industry, particularly after the government’s recent petrol ban announcement. Nevertheless, for the UK to accommodate its number of EVs on the road, further technological and infrastructural considerations are required.
4 months ago
Toshiba’s Automotive Display Interface Bridge ICs for In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems
Acting on the complex functionalities of automotive in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), systems, Toshiba has launched two display interface bridge ICs (integrated circuits): the TC9594XBG and TC9595XBG. These bridge ICs are made to minimise the functionality demands that engineers encounter when working with IVI system designs.
6 months ago
Smallest Ferrite Chips for Automotive Engineers with Improved Efficiency
Murata Manufacturing has launched the world’s smallest chip ferrite beads: the BLM18SP_SH1 series. They are designed for engineers with the objective of aiding automotive power supply applications.
9 months ago
STMicroelectronics SRK1001 Adaptive Synchronous Flyback Controller for Power Simplification
Keeping in view the increasing demand for simplified circuit designs for engineers, STMicroelectronics has launched an adaptive synchronous flyback controller, IC SRK1001 and it is based on secondary-side synchronous rectification.
11 months ago