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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - September 2019

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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• U. of Oulu Published World's 1st 6G Whitepaper

• BT to End Copper Broadband by 2027

• Cree to Build World's Largest SiC Manufacturing Facility in New York

Foreign Graduates Gain Access to Refinancing of Student Loans

• The Right to Be Forgotten by Google - But Only in Europe


Planned Obsolescence vs. Saving the Planet

Russia to Give Cosmonauts Guns to Fend off Animals on Landing (and ETs in space)

5 Chinese Smallsats Launched by Long March 11 Rocket

• Appreciating the Classical Elegance of Time Crystals

ABC Radio Renamed to ABC Audio


• Ericsson to Build 5G Smart Factory in Texas

• Where Tech Professionals Long to Work

• Sales up 40% for New York Venues with RFID Wristband

• No Crowds as iPhone 11 Hits Stores in China

Reversing Baldness with an Electric Hat


Wi-Fi 6 Ready for Prime Time

5G Chipset Market to be Worth $21.8B by 2025

Unparalleled Demands on the Network

• U.S. DoE Is 1st Customer for World's Biggest Chip

• IoT System Prevents Manhole Cover Explosions (who knew it was a problem?)


ARRL Seeking Emergency Management Director

Semi Industry to Rebound in 2020 with 4% Growth

• GSMA & 5GAA to Accelerate Deployment of Connected Cars

• FCC Authorizes City-Scale 5G Testbeds in NYC, Salt Lake City

• Which Tech Leaders Do Tech Professionals Admire?


• Wi-Fi Alliance Launches Wi-Fi Certified 6 Program

• Google Claims "Quantum Supremacy" Milestone

AMSAT Announces 2019 Board of Directors Election Results

• $50B Investment in New Semi Fabs for 2020

• 6 Options for Financing Your Startup


• U.S. Ranks 1st in Global 5G Speeds

• Qorvo Launches World's First Dual-Band Wi-Fi 6 FEM

• SIA Pushes for Export Permits for Huawei Sales

North Korea Resumes DRM Broadcasts

Smart TVs, Smart-Home Devices Collecting Sensitive User Data


FCC Seeks to Streamline Its Hearings Process

Semiconducting Material More Affected by Defects Than Thought

Altum RF Announces RF Test Lab in Sydney, Australia

FTC vs. Qualcomm - Support Pours in for Qualcomm

China Using 'Exit Bans' to Bar Americans from Leaving


• Mystery of How Friction Leads to Static Electricity Solved

DOCOMO Joins 5G Alliance to Promote 5G Technology in Manufacturing

Company Settles with FCC over Unauthorized LED Signs

Pentagon Releases Unified Cyber Standard for Contractors

• How South Korea Built 5G


FCC Issues Order to Protect Sensitive Information Filed in Spectrum Proceedings

• Army Showcases New Electronic Warfare Tech

DARPA Announces Final Teams to Compete in Spectrum Collaboration Challenge

iPhones Download Speeds Poor Compared to Other U.S. Smartphones

• Navy Destroyers to Have Laser Weapons, New Radar, Rail Guns


• FCC Proposes to Make All Universal Licensing System Filings Electronic

• 4 Reasons Why Someone Would Hack Your Car

China Cuts Back on Foreign Investment

• Six Reasons COBOL Has Survived to Age 60

Q2 Semi Inventory Was 93 Days


IMS 2020 is Now Open for Paper Submissions!

• FCC Moves Toward June 2020 CBRS Spectrum Auction

• Lawsuit Alleges T-Mobile Sold Used Phones as New

Electric Car Sales Subsidy to Be Abolished

• The Coming Death of Just About Every Rock Legend (my generation!)


• Global Surveillance Radar Market to be Worth $11.9B by 2025

Ever-Winning Lottery Ticket Mathematics Mystery Solved

• US Cellular Promotes 5G "Fairness"

New Consortium to Spread UWB Adoption and Standardize Security

• India Loses Contact with Moon Lander (dang!)


AT&T Set for Shake-up as Elliott Management Takes $3.2B Stake

U.S. Charges Chinese Professor in Latest Huawei Row

• SK Telecom and Samsung Reckon We Need 8K TV over 5G

And Then There Was LiFi

• World's Largest FPGA Has 35B Transistors


• States to Launch Google, Facebook Antitrust Probes

• FlexRadio Teams with Raytheon Team to Develop Airborne HF Radio

M.I.T. Media Lab Director Resigns After Taking Money from Jeffrey Epstein

• MTS, Nokia Hit 2.1 Gbps in Moscow mmWave Trial

• Private Chinese Firms Tapping International Space Market ("private company" an oxymoron in China)


• Digi-Key Partners with Student Circuit for Freshers Week Events

Fibre-to-Freezer – Subsea Cable to Boost Arctic Connectivity

SpaceX Satellite in Near Collision with European Space Agency's Aeolus

• Media Companies Pay >$600k for Misuse of Emergency Alert Tones

Juniper Pays $11.7M to Make SEC Bribery Investigation Go Away (nice scam, SEC)


U.S. Dominates Top 10 VC Investors in IoT Tech in 2018

• U.S. and Poland Urge Tougher Checks on Foreign 5G Network Influence

• Many Health Wearables and Apps Are Digital Snake Oil

• AT&T Tees up for 24 GHz Drive Tests

• Google and Amazon Use Smart Speakers for Surveillance


• The 25 Highest-Paid Executives in Wireless / Telecom in 2018

Qualcomm Targets Wi-Fi Market in Push to Expand Beyond Phones

• Will Consumers Balk at 5G Phone Prices?

Revenues Shrink for IC Design Houses

• 3 Ways for Engineers to Leverage Social Media Accounts


• Volkswagen, NXP Show 1st Car Using UWB to Combat Relay Theft

• 5G Wireless Network Infrastructure Revenue to Double over Next Year

• Why Wi-Fi 6, 5G Are So Much Better Together

• China's Carriers to Build a Shared 5G Network

• National Guard Helps States Recover from Ransomware Attacks


Police Gain Access to Doorbell Cams

• FCC Set to Reaffirm RF Exposure Limits

• Google Says Hackers Put Monitoring Implants in iPhones for Years

• Enhancing Materials for Hi-Res Patterning to Advance Microelectronics

Gallium Oxide Power Transistors Achieve Record Values


• German Court Orders Recall of Everlight LED Products for Infringing Seoul Semi Patent

Wi-Fi Like Sonar Measures Speed and Distance of Indoor Movement

• Ex-Google Engineer Indicted for Stealing Self-Driving Car Secrets

Qualcomm Fetes Wi-Fi 6

• Shortlist Revealed for the World Communication Awards 2019

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