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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - March 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.

All the News Fit to Link™

2022: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2021: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

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3/31/2022

• Radio Still Dominates in the Car

• Ham Satellite Payload Going to Chinese Space Station

• Russian Military Takes Command of Meridian-M Comms Satellite

• FCC Auction of Rural 2.5 GHz County Licenses Begin July 29

• 5 Things to Know About the EU's Landmark Digital Act

3/30/2022

• 5G Subscribers to Reach 1.3B Globally by End-2022

• Satellite Operators Want Guidance on Cyberattack Reporting 

• Roaming Challenge in 5G Connected Car Investigated

• U.S. Braces for Cyberwarfare Amid Fears of Russian Assault

• Europe Clamps down on Internet Gatekeepers

3/29/2022

• Verizon Spends More for Early C-band Access

• Hamvention 2022 Announces Award Winners

• NATO Wants Say in 5G Standardization Talks

• Malaysian Telcos Line up for Stake in 5G Network

• AI Aids in Discovering New Rare-Earth Compounds

3/28/2022

• New Ham License Applications Fee Effective April 19th (Fed needs $$$ to pay for crack pipe giveaways)

• AMSAT Receives Grant from ARDC

• N. Korean Hackers Unleashed Chrome 0-Day Exploit

• Systems Thinking in Electronics for the Circular Economy

• New Form of Ice Discovered

3/25/2022

• FCC Revokes Operations of Another Chinese Telecom

• Large-Scale Computing's Huge Carbon Footprint

• Take Part in The Engineer Innovation Survey

• Large Solar Storm Could Knock out Power Grid and Internet (this is news?)

• China Satellite to Give Smartphone Users Access to Space Cameras

3/24/2022

• UK to Grant Ofcom and Parliament Sweeping Online Censorship Powers

• Toyota & NEC Join Japan's 6G Initiative

• Broadcast Radio's Cyber Security Challenges

• Power-Free Frequency Tuner Uses Nanomaterials

• Physics Equations Compete for Your Approval

3/23/2022

• Capacity Expansions Won't Cause Chip Glut (opposite of current shortage)

• South Africa Raises US$960M in 5G Spectrum Auction

• India Hit 31% Growth in 4G Mobile Data in 2021

• Stephen Hawking's Black Hole Paradox Solved?

• Android 13 Developer Preview 2 Available

3/22/2022

• 5G Smartphone Sales Outpace 4G for 1st Time

• AT&T Deploying Streetlight-Powered 5G Small Cells

• Huawei Leads Telecoms Kit Market Despite U.S. Sanctions

• K7RA Solar Update - Lots of Sunspots

• Killing the Password for Good

3/21/2022

• Russian Spoofing GPS Signals (see 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021)

• U.S. Accelerating Research for Fusion Energy

• Germany Paying $5.5B for Intel Fab

• Smartwatch Market Hit Record Levels in 2021

• UK Youngsters Happy to Socialise in the Metaverse (thanks the COVID scam)

3/18/2022

• UK Build a GaN Supply Chain

• U.S. Government Clients Unaffected by Viasat Cyberattack

• Ultrafast Devices Protect Power Grid from EMPs

• NASA Prepares to Roll out Giant Artemis Moon Rocket

• UK Energy Bills to Rise 14x Faster Than Wages in 2022

3/17/2022

• China Hails Space Radar Breakthrough

• FCC Plans $640M for Rural Broadband Deployment

• 379-Year-Old Algorithm to Crack Crypto Keys

• Zigzag Blueprint for Topological Electronics

• 5G Deployments Boost China Tower's Business in 2021

3/16/2022

• China Enters LEO Space Race

• India May Lower 5G Spectrum Prices at Upcoming Auction

• Coal Poised for Comeback in EU Amid Ukraine Crisis (hmmm...)

• Wearables Have Record 2021 Q4

• 4G vs. 5G: Deployment, Investment and Adoption

3/15/2022

• Invasion of Ukraine Impacts Weakened Global Supply Chains

• Canada Invests CDN$240M in Semi and Photonics

• Analog Devices Invests €100M to Support R&D in Europe

• Foundry Market to Grow 20% This Year

• Wi-Fi 7 and Beyond

3/14/2022

• Keysight Granted FCC License to Develop Sub-THz 6G Tech

• Lead Exposure in Last Century Shrunk IQ Scores (more Bs poisoning than Pb IMHO)

• Armed Forces Day Cross-Band Exercise Set for May 14

• Tesla Cars Require Constant Monitoring

• Semiconductor Sales up 27% in January

3/11/2022

• Casey Kasem Items Going up for Auction (I listened to AT40 every weekend in the 70's)

• ARRL Teachers Institute to Offer 4 Summer Sessions

• $800M Budget Increase for Defense Lab

• Israeli Navy Successfully Test C-Dome Onboard Missile Defense System

• Most Businesses Don't Have Hybrid Work Strategy

3/10/2022

• QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo Live from March 12-13

• How Ukraine War Is Affecting Supply Chain

• Q4 Smartphone Production ^9.5% w/66% Growth for Apple

• South Africa Ready to Award 5G Spectrum

• China Develops Purest, Strongest Tungsten

3/9/2022

• Women in Engineering Increasing

• Telecoms Industry Walks Tightrope over Ukraine

• Chinese Space Junk on 5,800-mph Collision Course with Moon

• Ransomware-Related Data Leaks Jump 82% in 2021

• Provide Universal Access or Fall Further Behind

3/8/2022

• SpaceX to Launch IoT Tech Demo Satellites

• Combined Chip Capex in 2021-2022 to Reach $344B

• Should Russian Radio Programming Be Canceled?

• An Easier Way to Create Flexible Diamonds

• How to Grow from EMC Novice to EMC Expert

3/7/2022

• 3G's Sunset Takes Aging Cars and Medical Devices with It

• Ukraine Maintains Ham Radio Silence in State of Emergency

• U.S. Launches Public Consultation on Cyber Security Regulations

• Hyperscalers and 5G: Collision or Collusion?

• Ransomware-Related Data Leaks Jumped 82% in 2021

3/4/2022

• Grave Global Events Overshadow Mobile World Congress

• FCC Puts Broadband Choice into Apartments and Offices

• Webb Mirror Alignment Continues Successfully

• Superconducting Circuitry Fabricated on Both Sides of Ultrathin Silicon Layer

• What Is Your Dog's Lifespan?

3/3/2022

• Amateur Radio in Ukraine Ordered off Air in State of Emergency (a la WWII)

• Taiwan Hit by Widespread Power Outages

• Holographics to Cobots: NGMN Classifies 50 Potential 6G Uses

• China's Experimental Engine Supercharges Hypersonic Space Race

• Imager Microchip Helps Expose Hidden Objects

3/2/2022

• FCC Commissioner Says Chip Shortages Impact Wi-Fi 6E

• Pentagon Bolster Domestic Microelectronics Innovation Network

• Google Pauses Russian Media Monetization Across Platforms

• TSMC Says There's Light at End of Chip Shortage Tunnel

• Inexpensive Production of Oxygen from Water

3/1/2022

• Russia / Ukraine War Likely to Extend into Space

• U.S. Slaps Technology Export Ban on Russia

• Taiwan to Reopen to Business Travellers in March

• Report Covers the Global RF Tunable Filters Market from 2017-2031

• NVIDIA May Have Been Hit by Cyberattack

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