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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - July 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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• Silicon Carbide (SiC) Market to Exceed $4B by 2026

• Pentagon to Map Supply Chain Risks, Cut China Products

• Intel Doubles Investment in Costa Rica Chip Plant

• Europe to Boost Battery Production

• Thermoelectrics with Magnesium-Based Materials


• Severe Degradation to Wi-Fi in Presence of Licensed Assisted Access (LAA)

• Car Connectivity Consortium Releases CCC Digital Key 3.0 Spec

• Highly Efficient Supercapacitor Could Rival Batteries

• Israel Pushes Military Digital Transformation

• AO-109 (RadFxSat-2/AMSAT Fox-1E) Open for Amateur Use


• Ericsson Loses Share, Nokia Secures China Mobile 5G Win

• FCC Investigating Alleged Jamming on 40 Meters

• Supply-Chain Innovation Can Bolster U.S. Security  

• Google's Quantum Computer Exponentially Suppresses Errors

• IEEE MTT-S IMaRC 2021 Event to Be Held in India


• RF GaAs Device Revenue Bounces Back in 2020

• Court Okays Amateur Radio Tower Citing Zoning Board's Error

• GlobalFoundries to Build Fab in NY to Mitigate Global Chip Shortage

• Ericsson's China Sales Dive 60% in Q2

• Key Fusion Milestone Achieved


• Global MilSatCom 2021 to Take Place in London

• Parts Shortages Are Frustrating

• Adding Intelligence to the Electric Grid

• ARRL 2020 Annual Report Now Available to Download

• MEMS Becoming More Human


• AMSAT-NA Issues 1st Call for Papers

• Technology Partnerships Counter Threat Posed by China

• Google Quietly Activates New Web Performance Metrics

• YOTA Campers Enjoy Successful ISS Contact

• Assessing Wuhan Flu's Continued Impact on Supply Chains


• 45M 5G Small Cells Installed by 2031

• AO-109 (RadFxSat-2/AMSAT Fox-1E) Open for Amateur Use

• ARRL Headquarters Holds Rededication Ceremony

• Radio Listening up as Consumers Move About

• New Inorganic Material with Lowest Known Thermal Conductivity


• Strong Growth in Wireless for 5G Handsets and WiFi 6 Routers

• 4 Things to Know About NTIA's New Broadband Map

• Dominica Formalizing Amateur Radio Guidelines and Standards

• Mobile World Congress 2021 - Industry Voices

• TSMC June Revenues up 32% in May


• FCC to Consider Changes to Part 95 Rules Allowing FM

• CTIA & WISPA Critical of Biden's Executive Order on Competition

• German "New Space" Industry Booming

• Moving Photon Detected Multiple Times Without Destroying It

• Samsung Supplies 49% of Smartphone Memory Market


• SpaceX Attacks Dish for "Flaws" in 12 GHz Argument

• UK Seeks ITU Council Seat

• Adobe Cofounder Charles Geschke Dies at 81

• Optimal Size for Wind Farms by Computational Study

• 2021 Radio Hall of Fame Nominees


• Mobile Needs 2 GHz of Mid-Band Spectrum by 2030 – GSMA

• New Radio Receiver Opens Wider Window to Radio Universe

• Why You Should Consider a Career in Manufacturing

• IoT Is Failing to Live up to Its Promise

• Drone Use in Today's Society


• Verizon CEO Sees 2021 Tipping Point for 5G

• Mobile Wallets Used by 60% of the World Population by 2025

• Chinese Astronauts Complete 1st Spacewalk at New Space Station

• Smarter Electronics Closer with Nanotech Advance

• Huawei CFO Loses Bid in Extradition Case


• Cellphone Data Use Negatively Affecting Wi-Fi Performance

• China's Offensive Space Technology "On the March"

• Lack of Mid-Band Spectrum Cost Operators Billion$$$

• What an Amazon Breakup Would Look Like

• Pentagon Cancels $10B JEDI Contract Due to Microsoft-Amazon Feud


• Virgin Galactic Completes 1st Fully-Crewed Spaceflight

• May Chip Sales up 26%

• AT&T, Samsung, Qualcomm 6G Research Center at U. Texas

• Windows 11: The Beginning of a New PC Age

• More Women Move into Supply Chain Careers


• >20,000 In-Person Attendees at MWC Barcelona 2021

• Chinese Takeover of UK's Newport Wafer Fab

• Russian Rocket Launches UK Telecom Satellites

• Increasing Mobility of n--GaN on Silicon

• NASA Selects 2 Venus Missions for Launch


• ESA Nanosatellites Launched to Boost Connectivity, Create Jobs

• FCC Acts to Speed Access to New Wireless Technologies

• 5G to Drive the Demand for RF Front End Components

• The Network Automation Paradigm Shift

• Construction Go-Ahead for €2B Square Kilometre Array


• Virgin Orbit 1st Operational Mission Deploys Military CubeSats

• Report Says E-Waste Will Decline Due to Pandemic

• FCC's Radio Ownership Limits Back on Table

• Iridium Receives $30M R&D Contract from U.S. Army

• Richard Branson Wants to Beat Jeff Bezos into Space


• South Korea Kickstarts 6G Plans

• FCC Deadline for STIR/SHAKEN Caller ID Authentication

• 5GAA Discusses the Acceleration of 5G Deployment on European Roads

• U.S. Navy Eyes Free-Space Laser Communications

• Installed Smart Street Lights ~20M Units Worldwide


• OneWeb Global Internet to Start Service This Year

• Developing the First Orbiting IC

• 5GAA, GCF Collaborate on C-V2X Certification and Testing

• Global Mobile Subscriber Adds Slowing, Use Accelerating

• How and When the Chip Shortage Will End, in 4 Charts


• Congress Backs Billions for Tech R&D

• Semi Startups Worth Watching in 2021

• WISA WoodSat Successfully Completes Stratospheric Test Flight

• Jetliner Launches U.S. Military Satellites into Space

• Amazon Offering Retro Vinyl of the Month Record Club


• Space Development Agency Now Has Demo Satellites on Orbit

• FCC Reaffirms $3F Fine for Unauthorized Drone Transmitters

• Wi-Fi Alliance Adds Faster Way to Certify Products

• Latest Growth Markets for Test Equipment

• What's Happening with UFOs?


• EE Brings Back European Roaming Charges

• Huawei Loses Round Two of 5G Dispute in Sweden

• Microsoft Lifts the Blinds on Windows 11 (my PC isn't compatible)

• WISPA Wants FCC to Stop Obsessing over Symmetrical Speeds

• Electric Vehicles Are Booming in 2021

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