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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - November 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.

All the News Fit to Link™

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

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2020: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2019: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2018: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2017: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec


• Chip Shortage Bad for Autos, Not So Much Consumer Items

• Antenna Partner Joins UK Rail Comms Consortium

• RF Wave Scattering Improves Fusion Simulations

• CTIA Says 5G FWA Could Serve 1/2 of Rural Households

• Law Requires Cars to Inhibit Intoxicated Drivers (what next - the non-vaxxed?)


• FCC Keeps Creating Interference Issues

• Major European Telcos Urge Fast Action on Open RAN

• FCC Commits $700M for Rural Broadband Connectivity

• U.S. Broadband Market Normalizes after Wuhan Flu High

• Microsoft Again the World's Most Valuable Company


• Ultra-Rich Eco Warriors Driving Private Jet Boom

• Metal Modulated AlGaN Superlattices

• Connecting America's Eastern and Western Power Grids

• China Makes Massive Strides in Supercomputing

• InP-Lithium Niobate Hybrid Laser


• Toshiba Splits in 3 After 146 Years

• 5G FWA Study Supports More Mid-Band Spectrum

• Law Enforces Stripping out Huawei Switchgear

• Most 5G Sites Will Be Sub-6 GHz by 2026

• iHeart Comes Through Big for Our Warriors


• Semi Market Ending Year with a Flourish

• CTIA Says C-Band Lag Costs $50B/Year

• Fixed Wireless Access for Both Urban and Rural Customers

• FCC Terminates China Telecom Americas U.S. Operations

• NASA Seeks Ideas for Nuclear Reactor on Moon


• DARPA, NASA Target Quantum Applications

• Registration Open for 2022 ARRL National Convention

• Tunable Perovskite Material Discovered

• ARRL Director Election Results

• China Tackles "Impossible" Challenge Google's "Quantum Supremacy"


• Ofcom Gives BT a Break on Broadband Obligations

• Will FCC and Capitol Hill Change the Media?

• AMSAT-NA Elects Officers

• Scientists Mystified as Africa Avoids COVID Disaster (HCQ saved them)

• China Strike Gold in Nuclear Fusion Power Race


• RF Semi Market to Grow by $1B Through 2025

• Impact of Outsourcing on Purchasing Professionals

• FCC's 3.45 GHz Spectrum Auction Inches Toward Conclusion

• Spoken Word (Talk Radio)Goes Through Growth Spurt

• Dish Raises $5.25B in Secured Debt Offering


• Qualcomm Can Seize Smartwatch Market from Apple

• India Plans 5G Spectrum Auction in April or May 2022

• Verizon, Qualcomm Drive mmWave Tech in GSMA

• Rising 5G Network & Smartphone Demand Strengthens Antenna Substrate Segment

• 2 of World's Biggest Quantum Computers Made in China


• The Dilithium Crystals Might Be Melting

• C-Band Costs Rise as AT&T, Verizon Deal with Aviation Issues

• Viasat Acquires Inmarsat

• SKYNET and the UK Ministry of Defense

• Long Duration Energy Storage Council Launched


• UKSA Backs Northumbria University for FSO CubeSats

• DuPont to Acquire Rogers Corporation for $5.2B

• U.S. Army Looking to Shape Future SATCOM Needs

• Brazil Finally Gets Its 5G Act Together

• Quicker Way to Find Metallic Glasses (transparent aluminum?)


• Supply Chain Transformed: Components at the Source

• Metallurgist Falsified Submarine Steel Strength Tests for 30 Years

• Securing Data Transfers with Relativity (relatively safe data?)

• NASA Lawsuit Win over Blue Origin Allows SpaceX Moon Lander

• Strengthening the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics (interesting entropy point)


• Widespread Security Risk Identified in Phones and Bluetooth Devices

• Hawaiki Announces Subsea Project in the Pacific Region

• UK Awards £6.5M to Develop Quantum Computer ICs

• Wafer Shipments up 16.4% Y-o-Y

• Solid-State Batteries Bid to Replace Li-Ion in EVs


• FAA-Driven C-Band Delays Affect  AT&T, Verizon 5G Rollout

• FCC's Rosenworcel Nominated to Another Term

• NASA Preps Its Next Laser Demonstration

• Huawei Consumer Business Continues to Tank

• Google vs. Apple Smartphones: Polar Opposites


• Italy Launches €4B Investment in Fibre and 5G

• Qorvo Acquires United Silicon Carbide (UnitedSiC)

• Smartphone Spyware Company NSO Added to U.S. Entity List

• China's Carbon Emissions Set to Pass Pre-Plandemic Levels

• Securing Data Transfers with Relativity


• Boeing Gets OK to Launch Satellite Network

• Nokia, Vodafone Idea Claim "Fiber-Lke" 5G Speeds Using E-band

• China's Has HIT Applied for IARU Coordination of the ASRTU-1 CubeSat

• Strange Radio Waves from Milky Way Galaxy Center

• Bongino Radio Drama Just Got More Interesting


•  Ewwww - SpaceX Crew Stuck Using Diapers During Reentry

• ARISS Receives Generous ARDC Grant for STEREO Education Project

• China Bites Back After FCC China Telecom Order

• National Reconnaissance Office Solicits Commercial Satellite Imagery

• Electrically Switchable Nanoantennas for Holographic Video


• What's Next for Cross-Ownership at FCC?

• Laboratory Blast Kills 2 at China's Top Aerospace University

• Wuhan Flu Pandemic Penalized Women in Academia

• A World Without Access to Space

• Facebook "Whistleblower" Is a Government Trojan Horse


• Royal Mint to Recover Precious Metals from e-Waste

• China Launches World's Fastest Quantum Computers

• Introducing the Around-the-Clock Supply Chain

• U.S. House Member Wants More Money from Streamers

• Quantum Advantage in Optical and Superconducting Systems


• 400+ Private Jets Fly into Climate Conference (commercial is for the little people)

• Chinese Telcos Add 44M 5G Subscribers in September

• Sniffing out Trojans in Electromagnetic Emissions

• FDA Issues Draft on 510(k) Medical Device Electronic Emissions

• RFFE Advances Yield More Functions, Less Battery Drain


• GaN to Surpass 50% in Fast-Charge Market in 2025

• FCC Job Opening for Telecommunications Specialist

• Rogers Claims Canada's 1st 5G Standalone Network

• Straight Key Century Club Numbers 25k Members

• Inspire Kids to Study STEM


• World's 1st Non-Cellular 5G Technology Gets ITU-R Approval

• SEMI August Billings up 1.7% Y-o-Y

• U.S. Space Force Weapons to Be Updated

• Australia's ACMA Says High Interest in New 2x1 Contest Call Signs

• Smart Utility IoT and Antenna Strategy Myths

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