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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - September 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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• U.S. Space Force Says Russia Has Armed Satellite in Orbit

• Semi Market to Grow 17.3% This Year

• Indium Arsenide Quantum Dot Laser

• Open RAN Foundational to 6G?

• China Aims for Permanent Moon Base in 2030s


• U.S. Space Force Taking over SATCOM Ops from Army & Navy

• Delay Expected for Space Force's Missile Warning Satellites

• Registration for USA Amateur Radio Direction Finding Championships

• FCC Urged to Get Moving on 2.5 GHz Auction Date

• Component Growth Promising, Supply Chain Jittery


• Portugal Pushing Glacial 5G Sale Forward

• Space Force to Share Internal Digital Models with Industry

• Massive MIMO Boosts Capacity and Availability for 5G

• iPhone 13 Sports Dual eSIM Support

• What Makes Britain Connected?


• Home Computing Pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair Dies

• Radio Can Help Companies Find Employees

• What's in the Cards for the 3.45 GHz Auction

• Beijing Reaches 45,700 5G BTS, 12M 5G Users

• Improved Algorithms Reduce Processor Requirements


• DOD Hardening Nuclear Weapons & Space Assets

• Chips Changing the Car Market

• Nanoparticles Improve Charge Transport

• Verizon to Install 5G C-Band at 7 Air Force Bases

• Roadmap Highlights Materials Route to Fusion Energy


• >7B Antennas Shipped in IoT Devices by 2025

• NSF's SpectrumX Is 1st U.S. Wireless Spectrum Research Center

• OneWeb Halfway to Constellation Completion

• Chip-Scale Atomic Clock Mounts on PCB

• FTTH Expected to Cover 200M EU Homes by 2026


• Supply Chain Woes Continue to Impact U.K. Manufacturers

• The Internet of Cars Is Paved with Silicon

• Chinese Scientists Find Way to Stop Phone Overheating

• 1st Glimpse of Hydrodynamic Electron Flow in 3D Materials

• More Energy-Efficient 2D Semiconductor Devices


• Procurement Decision for Powerful Navy EW Jammer Heads to Court

• China Taking Nuclear Option in Drive Towards Carbon Neutrality

• IEEE to Publish Wi-Fi 7 Amendment in 2024

• Neutron Experiment Exposes Possible 5th Force

• The Difference Between DDR4 and DDR5


• ARISS Seeks Hosts for Ham Radio Contacts with ISS Crew

• Indian Government Throws Lifeline to Vodafone and Other Telcos

• How Radio Can Dominate the Connected Car

• UK's Future Force to Lean Heavily into Robotics

• Better Chiplet Packaging to Extends Moore's Law


• Space-Based Quantum Internet

• Challenges in Midband Spectrum

• Q3 Looking Good, Says IC Insights

• Quantum Materials Cut Closer Than Ever

• Huawei Publishes a Book on 6G


• Huawei to Launch 1st 6G Products Around 2030

• Non-Magnetic 2-D Materials Yield Designer Properties for Spintronics

• A Viable Path to Commercial Fusion Power

• 10 Important Trends in Semiconductor Electronics

• New Tool for Analyzing Large Superconducting Circuits


• FCC Warns of Emergency Broadband Program Imposter Website

• Spain to Award 26 GHz Band in Early 2022

• GaN-on-Diamond Semiconductor Survives 1,000°C

• Radar Recording Proves Next-Level System Performance

• FCC Proposes Largest Robocall Fine Under TCPA


• Ericsson Shutters R&D Center in China as Market Share Suffers

• Metamaterials a $Multibillion Business for 6G Communications

• Single Atmospheric Nuclear Explosion Could Take out Global Power Grids

• InP Bare Die Market Growing at 16% CAGR

• Wiliot Expects to Harvest Even More RF Energy


• Pentagon Wants Nuclear-Powered Satellite Propulsion

• ARRL Board of Directors Bestow Awards

• 5G Transition Drives IoT Security Market

• Bluetooth Location Services to Grow Explosively

• 25 Great Technology Companies for Employment


• Metamaterials to Become a $Multibillion Business Essential for 6G

• Space Market Poised for Growth

• How Much Midband Spectrum Needed for 5G?

• Startup Seeks to Enable Pulsed Fusion

• Adhesive-Free Method to Stick Copper and PTFE Together


• GENESIS Ham Satellites Payloads Lost in Firefly Launch Failure

• Conflict Minerals Reporting Remains Steady

• Verifying Quantum Computer Accuracy

• GaN Market to Grow 78% CAGR to $850M in 2025

• Firefly's Alpha Rocket Explodes on Inaugural Test Launch


• $600 Million Hacker Offered Job (some crime pays)

• China Using Quantum Computers to Detect Stealth Jets

• Do Engineers Need an MBA Degree?

• NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Still Flying

• China to Bolster Chip Self-Sufficiency with New Shanghai Facility


• MIT Develops New Navigation Technology to Rival GPS

• Japan Sets up Quantum Computing Committee

• ARRL to Cover Initial FCC License Fee for Young Applicants

• Total Telecom's Quarterly Financial Score Board

• Engineering Leaders Take Centre Stage at EDS 2021


• Q2 Foundry Revenues Grow 6.2% Q-o-Q

• Ham Operator Told to Remove Antenna Due to Insulin Pump Interference

• Training Group Formed to Attract CBRS Workers

• Italian Police Raid Drone Maker over Chinese Takeover

• Bot Attacks Continue to Cost Retailers Big Bucks


• Pentagon Fears Deadly Microwave Weapons Are Undetectable

• Coffee Drinking Associated with Health Benefits

• Total Telecom's Quarterly Financial Scoreboard

• What Will Future Engineers Look Like?

• Bending Light for Cheaper Internet


• Aviation, Wireless Industries Clash over C-Band Interference

• ISS Completes 5 Years of Wi-Fi in Space

• UK Government's Telecoms Security Bill Impact

• NextGen LED-Based Data Communications

• The Unsung Heroes of Radio


• RF Power Divider Market to Reach $1.5B by 2030

• Purdue Sets up 6G Lab

• Tesla Autopilot Probe Opened by NHTSA

• Two-Phase Superconductivity Found

• TSMC Hikes Foundry Prices

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