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Tech Headline News Archive - January 2020

Technology Headline News Archives - RF Cafe

If you came to RF Cafe looking for a certain news item you remember seeing or found on a search engine, there is a good chance it is no longer on the homepage. Headlines change daily (except Saturdays). Here are links to all the headline archives.

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1/31/2020

Super Bowl Plays to Tech

• Verizon and 5 Other Carriers Form 5G Future Forum

• 5G NR Drives Huge Growth for RAN Market

Ferroelectric Semiconductors Could Mix Memory and Logic

• Top Universities Worldwide Looking Beyond 5G

1/30/2020

• IMS Invites Students to Participate in Linear HPA Design Competition

Austria's A1 Rolling out 5G Ahead of 2nd Spectrum Auction

• U.S. Army Chief Says Fewer Program Cuts in 2021 Budget

• O2 to Open Radio Access Network for Increased 4G/5G Coverage

• Tech Trends That Will Change How You Work

1/29/2020

• ARRL to Argue for Continued Access to 3 GHz Spectrum

Broadcom to Sell $15B of RF Components to Apple

• Roundtable Report: Engineering Collaboration

• FCC Filing Confirms DARPA's $12M Satellite Launch Challenge

• Study Says We Trust Our Workplace Robots

1/28/2020

• Fraunhofer IAF Reports Record 640 GHz InGaAs MOSHEMT Transistors

Rift over 5.9 GHz Grows as Lawmakers Express Alarm over FCC

• Xilinx Files Patent Infringement Claims Against Analog Devices

• The New Rules of Employee Engagement

• Sheffield University Opens Quantum Technology Centre

1/27/2020

Tesla Crosses $100B Stock Market Valuation

• Coming Soon: Atom-Thick Transistors

3D Printing Will Shift to Production in the 2020s

Spanish Radio Amateurs May Exchange Current Call Signs for Permanent 2×1 Call Signs

Ultra-Flat Graphene Goes Wrinkle Free

1/24/2020

France's Startup Renaissance

• Rogers Begins 5G Rollout in Canada

• Billions of Quantum Entangled Electrons Found in "Strange Metal"

FCC Extends Comment Deadline on Huawei, ZTE as Security Threats

• EC May Ban Face Recognition

1/23/2020

Nokia to Cut 180 Jobs in Finland

• SK Telecom Claims World's 1st Standalone 5G Data Session

U.S. Defense Budget Flat as China Builds

• FCC's 'Rielly Suggests "G7-Like" Alternative to ITU

Caffeine Boosts Memory Like Exercise

1/22/2020

Wi-Fi 6: Understanding the Consumer and Enterprise Opportunities

• Lockheed Martin Launches 1st Smart Satellite for Space Mesh Networking

GDP Growth vs. IC Growth

• C-Band Alliance Emphasizes Speed, Compensation in Preparing for 5G

• Record-Breaking Terahertz Laser Beam

1/21/2020

Barry Shelley, N1VXY, to Become ARRL Interim CEO  Howard Michel, WB2ITX, out - RF Cafe

• How Huawei Could Affect U.S.-Ally Relationships

• Bluetooth SIG Announces the Next Gen Bluetooth Audio

• GM Will Revive Hummer as an Electric Off-Roader

• Sky Mobile Launches 5G Network in 20 UK Cities Including London

1/20/2020

mmWave Antenna Startups in the U.S. to Drive Future 5G Innovation

Double Digit Semi Growth in 2020 Guaranteed

Magnetics: Black Magic, Art, or Science?

YOTA Month Reported a Success in the Americas

• Brookhaven Chosen to Host Major U.S. Nuclear Physics Facility

1/17/2020

• 5G Powers Air Force "Smart Base of the Future"

• Germany Special Event Recognizes Anniversary of SDR Development

Telling Radio's Best Story the Best Possible Way

• Apple "Daisy" Robot  to Recycle of iPhones

• Sublimation, Not Melting: Graphene Surprises Researchers

1/16/2020

ARRL on the Air Podcast Premieres on January 16

Nokia Reaches 63 5G Contracts Globally

Canada Case Against Huawei CFO About Fraud, Not Sanctions

New Ofcom Regulations Offer Something for Openreach and UK AltNets

• Few Households Have Taken the Gigabit Broadband Leap

1/15/2020

• Consensus on Propagation Models for 6 GHz Band Spectrum Sharing

Connected Cars Moving Targets for Hackers

Toyota to Build "Smart City" at Base of Mt Fuji

Samsung to Unveil "Innovative Devices" on February 11

Streetlights for Small Cell Deployments?

1/14/2020

• China Telecoms Regulator Proposing to Delete Amateur Allocations

• 5G Powers USAF "Smart Base of the Future"

5G Technology Market in Aviation Industry to Reach $4.2B by 2026

• Is Weird Quantum Material a Superconductor or Not?

• Verizon Seeks Experimental License to Test 37 GHz Products

1/13/2020

FCC Spectrum Auction Rounds Increase as Bidding Slows

• FCC Accepting Comments on Huawei, ZTE Security Risks Until February 3

• Elusive So-Called "Angel Particle" Still a Mystery

• Wi-Fi Alliance 6 GHz Opportunity with Introduction of Wi-Fi 6E

• Atlantic and Pacific Oscillations (AMO & PDO) Don't Exist (more settled science unsettled?)

1/10/2020

• Blockchain Can Help Engineers with Patent IPs

mmWave Auction to Resume on Path to $6B

• Debunking a Big Myth About Radio

• FCC Seeks Comment on Request for Waiver of Part 15 Emissions

• U.S. May Impose Sanctions on TSMC's Supply of 14-nm Chips to Huawei

1/9/2020

5 Biggest Wireless Tech Developments of Last Decade

• France Launches Plan for Assigning 5G Spectrum Licenses

Japan to Award Licenses for Local 5G Network Soon

Raytheon Building Additional SPY-6 Radars for U.S. Navy

Wireless Could Get Caught in Privacy Crosshairs in 2020s

1/8/2020

• U.S. Military Cannot Rely on Commercial Satellite Communications Alone

Radio Amateurs of Canada Announces a New Section

• China Expects 5G to Reach All Prefecture-Level Cities by End of 2020

Military Enlists Digital Twin Technology to Secure Chips

November IC Sales Slip 0.3% Sequentially

1/7/2020

• FCC's mmWave Auction Bids Clear $5B

Indian Telcos Given 10 Days to Submit Fresh 5G Trial Applications

Huawei's 2019 Revenue Jumps 18%, Forecasts Difficult 2020

Italian Telcos to Accelerate 5G Fixed Wireless Access

• VARTA Brings Consumer Battery Business Back to Europe

1/6/2020

• Australian Bushfires Causing Major Telecom Outages, Hams on the Job

Supply Chain 2019: Breakups, Boycotts, and Tariffs

• Google Chrome Hit with Bugs

• Huawei Developing Google Media Services Alternative in India

Microsoft Says N. Korea-Linked Hackers Stole Sensitive Info

1/3/2020

iPhone 167x More at Risk of Being Hacked

Autonomous Vehicles on Bumpy Road to Market

• The Gen5 Revolution

• Future for the Telecoms Industry in 2020

Quantum Computers to Extinguish Current Encryption Techniques

1/2/2020

• DOD Preps New Electromagnetic Spectrum Strategy

• How the Semiconductor Industry Keeps Evolving

• Five 2020 Predictions for Components

• New Chapter in Wireless Competition in 2020

• What Is Middle-out Systems Engineering?

1/1/2020

• 5G: How Much is Real vs. Marketing?

Fab Decade for Chip Stocks

• 12 Reasons Why 5G and Wireless Dominated Airways in 2019

• Interference-Free LiFi Networks

Non-Flammable Liquid Electrolyte for Battery Safety

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