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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - September 2018

Technology Headline News Archives - RF Cafe

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• Engineering Salaries and Jobs Keep Growing

• German Politicians Slam Watchdog's 5G Auction Rules

5G Specs Get Last Minute Update

• Samsung Reportedly Plans to Cut Memory Production

• Outlook for Fixed Wireless Access in a 5G World

• Wealth of Top 1% >$100 Trillion: More Than Global GDP + All Central Banks


White House Schedules 5G Meeting for Friday

IEEE Releases 802.11aq to Better Detect WLAN Availability

5G Is Finally Coming to American Homes

Huawei Teases Foldable Phone in Bid to Hype 5G

• Facebook Faces Lawsuit for Hiding Job Ads from Women


• Vodafone Claims UK's 1st Live Holographic 5G Call

Death Watch for Google in EU Begins

Tesla Model 3 Stolen Using Just a Smartphone

Magnetic Sensing with GaN HEMT's

Qualcomm Takes Aim at Counterfeit and Illegal Devices with New Platform


• German Regulator Publishes Draft Terms of 5G Spectrum Auction

Global Smart Meter Market to Top $10B by 2022

• T-Mobile Lines up More Small Cells and Fiber Backhaul for 5G

• New Fabs Invest over $220B in 2019

Puerto Rico Amateurs Beefing up Hurricane Preparedness


• Devastating Carrington Event Type Solar Storm a Matter of 'When Not If'

• Apple iOS 12 Assigning User "Trust" Ratings

• Nokia, Charter Among Those Singing Praises of 3.7-4.2 GHz Spectrum

Tesla Competitor Lucid Motors Announces $1B Deal with Saudi Arabia

Tesla Model 3 Gets 5-Star Rating from U.S. Safety Agency


Qualcomm Lay-offs Reported to Have Started

• Class Action Lawsuit Charges IBM with Age Discrimination

Semi Industry Growth: Still Positive But Varies by Region

Bluetooth SIG Celebrates 20 Years

• China Unveils Blueprint for Huge Underground 'Higgs Factory'


• U.S. Military to Address Future of Military SATCOM at Global MilSatCom 2018

• Could China's Raw Materials Strategy Leave U.S. Automakers Behind?

• New Larger iPhones Discriminating Against Women

• The Day When the Industrial IoT Gets Hacked

• Intel Execs Address the AI Talent Shortage


• 5G is Just Rolling Out. So What's 6G?

• How Can the U.S. Win at 5G?

• Global Ultrafast Broadband Industry Booming

• AT&T Makes 1st Wireless 5G Data Transfer over Millimeter Wave

Radio City Announces Closing, Owners to Retire


• Ericsson Lands $3.5B T-Mobile U.S. 5G Contract

• Operator Confidence Raises 5G Connections Forecast to 340M in 2021

• EE Confirms 5G Launch in 2019

• What GlobalFoundries Retreat Really Means

• Construction Begins on Facebook's Subsea Cable in LatAm


• How Wireless Operators Prepared for Hurricane Florence

10 Questions Answered About 5G Networks

Qualcomm, Ericsson Complete 5G NR Call Using Smartphone

• Everything You Need to Know About WPA3 WiFi

India's Best Connected 4G City Revealed


• The Age of the Heroic Inventor Is Over

Satellites More at Risk from Solar Wind Than Space Storm

5G's False Dawn

UK Mobile Needs Closer Collaboration Between Government and Industry

US ARDF Team Tops Its Own World Championships Medal Count in Korea


• Ericsson, Qualcomm Claim 1st 5G NR mmWave Call to Smartphone

• Says Digital Mobile Radio Hotspots May Be Interfering with AMSAT Satellite Uplinks

• 10 Ways to Build Your Confidence During a Job Search

Crypto 80% Plunge Now Worse Than Dot-Com Crash

• Of Course Google Is Biased


Is Radio Ready for Florence?

• Ham Radio Will Be Represented at 9th Annual World Maker Faire in New York City

• U.S. Users Deleting Facebook App from Mobile Phones

Russian ISS Soyuz Leak "Drilled by Human Hand"

• Building Quantum Computers with Photons


5G Handsets Spark mm-Wave Debate

• Everything We Know About 5G

• UK's First Multi-City 5G Test Bed Developed in West Midlands Region

• Ericsson, Intel Complete Live 5G Data Call at 39 GHz

• Ericsson Launches ERS Aimed at Enabling New 5G Use Cases


• WSTS Raises2018 Chip Market Forecast - Again (see below)

Chip Sales Growth Slows (see above)

July IC Sales up 17.4% (see above)

• FCC to Wade into Local Guidelines for Small Cell Build-Outs

• Radio Amateurs Receive Images from Chinese Lunar Satellite


• Scotland School 1st in World to Pilot LiFi Network Within Classrooms

Germany's 5G Auction to Keep Barriers High for New Entrants

• Ultracold Atoms Verify 1963 Prediction for 1-D Electrons

• U.S. Diplomats' Mystery Illness Could Be Due to Pulsed RF/Microwave Radiation

PoE Meets the Smart Building and IoT with IEEE 802.3bt


• Desperate for Data Scientists

• Analysts Wonder What Is Causing Wireless Phone Growth

• How the DoD Is Using Open Source

• Japan to Test Mini 'Space Elevator'

• Micron to Invest $3B in Virginia Fab Expansion


China's Semi Fab Capacity to Reach 20% Worldwide Share in 2020

• Computer Screens Emit Sounds That Enable Eavesdropping

• Rockwell Collins Unveils Combat Targeting and Communications Gateway

Huawei Outselling iPhone

• Russia Says ISS Leak Could Be Sabotage


• India Readies Baby Rockets to Tap Small Satellites Market

Trio of New iPhones Expected in September

• Japan, Korea to Account for 43% of 5G Global Connections in 2019

Phone Ban Rings in New French School Year

• Physicist Cracks Code on Material That Works as Conductor & Insulator


ZTE Posts Net Loss of $1.1B in H1 Due to U.S. Export Ban

• Huawei Launches Powerful 5G-Ready Kirin 980 Chipset

Sound Used to Print Droplets That Couldn't Be Printed Before

• Human Rights Groups Amplify Call for 'Killer Robot' Ban

• U.S. Workers Report Highest Job Satisfaction Since 2005

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