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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - August 2022

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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• Innovative Gold Extraction Brings Shine to E-Waste Recycling

• Bits to P-Bits: A Step Closer to Probabilistic Computing

• Manufacturers Will Have 49M 5G Connections in 2030

• FCC's Carr Criticizes FCC Denial of Starlink RDOF Funds

• ESA Signs up for More Space on Smarter European Roads


• Samsung to Pour KRW 20T into New Chip R&D Centre (~$15B USD)

• FCC Probes Mobile Carriers' Compliance with Data Disclosure Rules

• Huawei Urged to Adopt "Survival Mode" Amid Recession Fears

• Physicists Entangle More Than a Dozen Photons Efficiently

• New Insights into Interaction of Topological Insulators


• 5G Networks Are Worryingly Hackable

• Sacre Bleu! Electric Rates up 1000% YoY in France, Germany

• 2.5 GHz Auction Tops $400M in Gross Proceeds

• What's Driving the RF Components Market?

• Novel Material Capable of "Thinking"


• Army Demos Aerial Electronic Warfare Jammer

• China's Heat Wave Crippling Power Generation, Shipping, Farming

• Effectiveness of U.S. Anti-China Chip Rules in Doubt

• ARRL 2021 Annual Report Now Available to Download

• Giant Meteorite Impacts Created the Continents (more "settled" science unsettled?)


• U.S. Universities Join Forces to Take on Chip Shortage

• Chinese Carriers Deploy 2 Million 5G Base Stations (monitor/track/control everybody)

• RAN Market Momentum Losing Steam

• Universities Exposing Students, Faculty and Staff to E-mail Crime

• e-Car Tax Credits Disappearing


• Army Hands Satellite Missions over to U.S. Space Force

• 5G Americas Publishes Paper on 5G & Time Critical Services

• Layoffs in the Works at ½ of U.S. Companies

• Physics of High-Temperature Superconductors Untangled

• How Semiconductors Will Drive EV Growth


• ARRL Welcomes Director of Information Technology Steve Berry, N1EZ

• DARPA to Forge Future of U.S. Microelectronics Manufacturing

• Europe's 1st Software-Defined Satellite Enters Commercial Service

• "Quantum-Safe" Crypto Hacked by 10-Year-Old PC

• Can Base Station Antennas Become More Sustainable?


• New World Record for Strongest Steady Magnetic Field

• ARRL Radio Lab Inspires Innovation in the Ham Shack

• Apple Warns of Security Flaw for iPhones, iPads and Macs

• How Will Cellular Networks Support the Metaverse?

• Grasslands as Carbon Sinks (duh, been saying CO2 is plant food)


• DoD Provided Beryllium for Webb Space Telescope

• Bipolar Transistors Go Organic

• FCC Denies RDOF Funding for Starlink, LTD Broadband

• SMIC Q2 Profit Down 25%

• Quantum Gate 100x Faster Than Quantum Noise


• Bad Customer Purchase Satisfaction Hits Wireless Industry

• 5G FWA CPE Shipments to More Than Double in 2022

• Lessons from Tech Industry Curbs Digital Fratricide

• Ham Radio Conventions Emphasize Learning and Youth

• Are Boom Times over for Nvidia?


• DARPA Kicks off Program to Develop LEO Satellite "Translator"

• MFJ (Ham Radio Supplier) to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

• Champion Semiconductor Could Replace Silicon

• U.S. Space Force Focuses on Lockheed Martin for GPS

• NASA Completes Testing of High-Gain Antenna for Jupiter Moon Orbiter


• U.S. May Ban Export of GAA EDA to China

• Optical Transceiver Market Growing 15% CAGR to $24.7M

• T-Mobile Buys $3.5B of 600 MHz Spectrum

• DOD Launches 3 New Projects for Innovate Beyond 5G

• Recovering Rare-Earth Elements from E-Waste


• SDR vs. RFSoC: What's the Better Transceiver?

• 89% of Indian Consumers Plan Upgrade to 5G

• RF Filters Market to Grow $7.10B by 2026

• Radar Handles Room Monitoring and Other Apps

• Micron to Invest $40B in U.S.


• DARPA Seeks Ionospheric Insights to Improve Communication

• 5G FWA CPE Shipments to Grow >2x in 2022

• Port Congestion Grows as Peak Shipping Season Arrives

• Calcium-Ion Battery an Alternative to Lithium-Ion Cells

• Telstra Ordered to Halt Its Alleged Dirty 5G Tricks


• Singapore's Telecom Regulator Unveils New 5G Projects

• Irish Regulator Sues to Speed up 5G Auction

• Spins Freeze in Monocrystalline Magnet

• Taking a Stance Against Supply Chain Disruption

• Total Telecom Roundup of Rural Broadband Development


• China Scraps Cooperation with U.S. over Taiwan Spat (basically no change)

• The Monetizable mmWave Mobility Use Case

• Tactical Radio Turns into Network Rig

• U.S. DOE Launches $20M Cadmium Telluride Accelerator Consortium

• Putting a New Spin on the Football Spiral


• First-Ever June Decline in Chip Market

• Falling Rockets Pose Increasing Danger to Human Life

• Wi-Fi 7 Goes Beyond Speeds and Feeds

• Earth's Day Length Mysteriously Increasing

• Semtech Snaps up Sierra Wireless for $2.1B


• FCC, NTIA Update Decades-Old Pact on Spectrum Coordination

• 75% of 5G Networks to Be Upgraded to 5G-Advanced by 2030

• Salem Radio Broadcast Revenue ^12%

• 232-layer NAND Announced

• UK's Ofgem Warns Households to Prepare for Expensive Heating Season


• Worldwide Silicon Wafer Shipments Set Record Q2 2022

• Indian Telcos Splurge in Mega 5G Spectrum Auction

• Proposed Amendment to the IEEE Constitution

• U.S. May Limit China NAND Producers to 128 Layers

• FTC Stops Facebook from Illegally Buying VR Company


• $2B U.S. Space Force Budget Boost for Missile Defense

• Study to Put Satellites into Very Low Earth Orbit

• RoHS and Its Impact on Resistor Industry

• Huawei, Nokia, Ericsson to take 74.5% of 5G BTS Market

• Roadmap for Future of Quantum Simulation


• Danish King Bluetooth Buried in Poland?

• Global Smartphone Shipments Down 4th Quarter in a Row

• Taking a Stance Against Supply Chain Disruption

• Verifying Lithium Comes from Ethical Source

• TIM (Italy) to cut 2,200 More Jobs by 2024


• Continuity and Chang in International Wireless Approvals

• China Adopts of Graphene for High-Tech Applications

• Consumers in 9 Countries Use NFC Everyday

• Lateral Polarization GaN HEMTs

• Apple Profit down 11% But iPhone Sales Steady


• The Chip Shortage Drags On

• U.S. Chips Act Passed ($$$ will end up overseas)

• Global MilSatCom 2022 in London November 8-10

• SiC Semiconductors Future of the Industry

• 5G vs. 10G Messaging Confuses Consumers

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