As electric vehicles (EVs) carve out their place in the world, a team-up between Emporia Energy and BREK Electronics is betting on bi-directional charging. How does it work and what circuit-level challenges are there?
February 04, 2022 by Jake Hertz
Advances in e-textile research have led researchers to weave Li-ion batteries into fibers. Such development promises to offer scalable power solutions to smart and flexible electronic devices.
December 28, 2021 by Abdulwaliy Oyekunle
EV battery charging is a constant stressor for EV adoption. Could idea of hot-swapping batteries provide a potential solution to ease EV integration and infrastructure strain?
December 11, 2021 by Nicholas St. John
With increased performance of drain-source on-state resistance, gate charge, and figures of merit, Infineon's latest 100 V MOSFET technology seeks to improve high-frequency switching applications.
November 21, 2021 by Ikimi .O
With advancements in materials science and electronic engineering, 3D printing is entering the stage of developing made-to-fit wearable electronic systems like that from the University of Arizona.
November 12, 2021 by Kristijan Nelkovski
Hoping to curb e-waste and let consumers have one cord to charge their devices, the European Commission (EC) suggests USB-C should become standard. How could this affect e-waste, designs, and engineers?
October 19, 2021 by Tyler Charboneau