Robin Mitchell

Robin Mitchell is an electronic engineer who has been involved in electronics since the age of 13. After completing a BEng at the University of Warwick, Robin moved into the field of online content creation, developing articles, news pieces, and projects aimed at professionals and makers alike. Currently, Robin runs a small electronics business, MitchElectronics, which produces educational kits and resources.

Infineon New 1700V SiC MOSFETS

This week Infineon have announced their latest CoolSiC 1700V devices. But what are SiC devices, and how do they compare to traditional silicon-only MOSFETS? What is SiC? Silicon Ca

22-06-2020

High-Speed 1x nm STT-MRAM

Researchers at Tohoku University have announced their development of a Magnetic Tunnel Junction (MTJ) with an access time of 10ns with features as small as 1x nm. What is MRAN, and

19-06-2020

China – To Avoid or to Embrace?

China has been the centre of worldwide manufacturing for decades, and with China beginning to develop their products as well as shifting towards the service industry should the res

18-06-2020

Siren Raises $11.8 Million to Fund Wearable Medical Technology for Diabetes

Siren, a medical company, have produced a sock that can help to prevent diabetic Neuropathy by detecting temperature changes in real-time. What implications will this technology ha

17-06-2020

Asset Tracking and IoT

The ability to integrate internet-enabled technology into almost any devices is opening all industries to the wonders of IoT. This even includes global shipping and tracking, where

04-06-2020

5G – The Future Network for All

As 5G is rolled out worldwide, there is a growing trend for IoT devices to use cellular networks as opposed to other established technologies such as Wi-Fi. Why are cellular techno

29-05-2020

Wearable Sensors and Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic is presenting engineers with a range of technical problems to solve and detecting those with the virus before they can spread it is one area in particular tha

20-05-2020

Wearables and Conductive Gel

Researchers at MIT have developed a specialised conductive gel that allows for conductive polymers to remain on surfaces when exposed to moist environments. Why is this technology

11-05-2020

Private 4G and Industrial IoT

The integration of IoT technology into industrial environments has sparked a new industrial revolution that seeks to create smart, automated processes. But current wireless interne

06-05-2020