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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - August 2021

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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• Registration Now Open for AMSAT Space Symposium

• U.S. Space Force to Be 1st Digital Military

• Electron Interaction with Heavy Nucleus Calculated from 1st Principles

• Indian Telcos Band Together on Market Reform

• China Launches 2 Radar Mapping Satellites


• China Mobile Shifts to Shanghai Stock Exchange

• Auto Chip Shortage to End in Q4

• SPACECOM Declares Initial Operational Capability

• Indian Government Causes 5G Delays, Wants 5Gi

• Chinese Carriers add 43.7M 5G Subscribers in July


• GaAs Expected to Lose Market Share to GaN and SiGe

• FCC Takes Another Look at Spectrum for Drones

• National Ignition Facility Achieves Big Step in Fusion Research

• Cyber/Outer Space New Frontiers for National Security

• OneWeb Puts 34 More Satellites into Orbit


• Chinese Satellite Destroyed by 1996 Russian Launch

• No Light at End of Tunnel for Global Chip Shortage

• High-Rate Magnesium Rechargeable Batteries Closer

• Strategic Commander Updates on Space Defense

• Nokia and Ericsson Gain Ground in Europe


• 5G Smartphone's Market Share to from 19% to 43% This Year

• Chip Industry Must Double Capacity in a Decade

• UK Government Unveils Hydrogen Strategy

• Intel Banks on Advanced 3D Packaging

• AT&T 3G Sunset Sets off Alarms for Alarm Industry


• Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Urges 6 GHz Band for License-Free Tech

• U.S. Air Force Predicts Force Fields and Death Rays by 2060

• Wirelessly Powering IoT with 5G Network

• T-Mobile Asks FCC's OK to Keep Unused 600 MHz Spectrum

• Chinese and Russian Knives at Throat of GPS


• Auto Chip Shortages May Extend into Q2 2022

• Why People Listen to Radio in 2021

• FCC Application Fees Unlikely to Go into Effect Until 2022

• What Is 5G Voice over New Radio?

• U.S. Wireless Business in a Funk


• Standards Council of Canada to Develop National Standards Strategy

• NIST Model Targets Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Sharing

• Bizarre Phrases Betray Fake Research Papers

• Best Age to Start Your Own Business

• Upper Stage Malfunction Causes Indian Rocket Failure


• U.S. Space Force Establishes Space Systems Command

• FCC to Revisit Safety Guidelines for RF Radiation

• Bizarre Phrases Betray Fake Research Papers

• Solving Solar Puzzle to Prevent Planet-Wide Blackouts

• Scientists Develop Glass Hard as Diamond


• Industry Group Formed to Advance 6 GHz Wi-Fi

• >900 5G Devices from 143 Companies as of July 2021

• OneWeb, Lightspeed Score New LEO Investments

• China Tower Boosted in H1 by Accelerated 5G Deployment

• FCC Enrolls 4M in Emergency Broadband Benefit Program


• Hams Asked to Keep Frequencies Clear after Haiti Earthquake

• GSA Sees Acceleration in 5G Private Networks Globally

• Facebook, Cisco, Broadcom Launch AFC Group for 6 GHz Wi-Fi

• Why the Gap Between Procurement and Finance?

• Combating the Skilled Workers Shortage in Manufacturing


• Toyota Warns (Again) About Electrifying All Autos

• 700 MHz Band to Spearhead Global 5G Roll-Out

• Tech Investors Remain Bullish on AI Startups

• Adaptation Transistor with Light Intensity-Dependent Photoadaptation

• 80% of Companies Committed to Supply Chain Sustainability


• Average Starlink Speeds Beat Existing UK Broadband

• China's Biggest Foundry Founder Founds Another Foundry

• FCC Looks to Modernize Campaign Rules

• Topology and Magnetism for Future Electronics

• Windows 11 Preview Installer Infected with Malware


• The Chips Are Down: Why There's a Semiconductor Shortage

• France Attains >28,000 5G Sites Nationwide

• New Semiconductor Cools Computer Chips

• Skyworks Q3 FY21 Revenue up 52% YoY

• RF Front-Ends Made 5G Phones Possible


• Smartphone Shipments Grow 17.4% in 1st Half of 2021

• Unlimited Data w/o Restrictions Making Comeback

• Pentagon Races to Keep Pace with Chinese AI

• Faith Hannah Lea, KD3Z, Named ARN 2021 Young Ham of the Year

• UMass Lowell's 1st Satellite Close to Launch


• Robust Growth Expected for All IC Categories

• Intel Promotes IC Production Legislation

• France's Iliad Could Be Delisted

• Huawei Retains Leadership in the Passive Base Station Antennas

• 1.4M More Job Openings in U.S. Than Unemployed Workers


• 5G's "Golden Band" of 700 MHz Spectrum

• Boston & Raleigh Designated as FCC Innovation Zones

• Fibre Overtakes DSL in OECD for 1st Time

• Inmarsat Unveils Communications Network of the Future

• Faulty Russian Lab Module Thruster Tilts ISS


• SSTV Transmissions Scheduled from ISS August 6 & 7

• Indian Regulator TRAI Unlikely to Lower 5G Spectrum Price

• New York City Tops 5G Availability

• Bullying and Harassment Rife in Astronomy

• Clean Hydrogen Generation Hurdle Overcome


• RF Radiation Exposure Reduction by 200x for Children

• FCC Requires Electronic Filing of International Applications

• 417k U.S. Cell Sites as of 2020

• Canada Raises $7.2B in 3.5 GHz 5G Spectrum

• Talk Radio Is Not to Blame


• FCC to Re-Establish Technological Advisory Council

• AIM Global Updates RFID Testing Standard

• Q2 Silicon Wafers Shipments up 12% Q-o-Q

• CBRS 5G RAN Forecast Approaches $1B by 2025

• World's 1st Reprogrammable Commercial Satellite to Launch


• 6G and Terahertz Special Report

• A Simpler Source of THz Radiation

• Space Force Small Satellite Tests New Sensor Possibilities

• Spain's 700 MHz 5G Auction Completed

• Is Your Engineering Pay Growing?


• Demand for Silicon Outstrips Supply

• 8-Meter Experimental Station on the Air from U.S.

• Open Connect in the Era of 5G

• Skyworks & Qualcomm Gain RF Front-End Market Share

• Annual Cost of Supply Chain Disruption ~$184M

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