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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - January 2022

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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• 12 GHz Backers See 5G Prospects Rise in C-Band's Wake

• Starlink Satellites Compromising Near Earth Object Detection

• Digitally Transforming the German Public Sector

• Super Fast Quantum Battery Built

• Chinese Telcos Add 27M 5G Subscribers in December


• 4G Technology Used in >60% of All IoT Cellular Modules

• Youth on the Air Camp to Return in June

• What You Need to Know About the FAA 5G Kerfuffle

• Calculating the Coming Aluminum Demand for Solar Panels

• 76% of Brits Willing to Adopt Digital IDs


• Ericsson Sues Apple, for 5G Patent Infringement

• Airbus & Japan Telcos Study Connectivity from High-Altitude Platforms

• Two Hams Appointed to FCC Technological Advisory Council (TAC)

• UWB Chipsets in RTLS to Be >500M Shipments in 2022

• 4 Industries on Brink of Technological Disruption


• For 1st Time, AI System Has Been Named an Inventor

• China to Help Set 6G International Standards

• Bangladesh Amateur Radio League Founder Saif Shahid, S21A, SK

• Italy Dangles €3.7B in Broadband Funding

• Vodafone Switches on UK's 1st 5G O-RAN Site


• U.S. Airlines Warn of Calamity if 5G Deployed Near Airports

• Amateur Operation on 3.45-3.5 GHz Must Cease by April 14th

• The Global Chip Shortage: How Did We Get Here?

• U.S. Senate Bill 117S1331 Mandates Kill Switch in Cars

• Newly Discovered Type of "Strange Metal"


• UK to Pause Smart Motorway Rollout

• 230B Phone Apps Downloaded in 2021

• Beijing Warns Against Helping Olympic Vehicles in a Road Accident

• Compact and Simple Terahertz Radiation Source

• FCC Reaches Major 911 Communications Failures Settlements


• RF Sem Market to Grow by $961M from 2020 to 2025

• U.S. Space Force's New GPS III Variant Capabilities

• What's Next for the World's Supply Chains in 2022?

• Complex Numbers Essential in Quantum Theory

• What the Heck is a "Bare-Metal cloud?"


• UK Ends Work from Home, Facemasks, Vaccine Passports

• EuMW 2021 to Now Take Place in April 2022

• FCC Takes New Look at Data Breach Rules

• TSMC Plans 2022 Capex of $44B

• Technology Giants Step up Chip Design Ambitions in 2022


• Semi Content in Electronic Systems Tops 33%

• 8 U.S. Schools and Organizations Host Ham Radio Contacts with ISS

• Post-Lithium-Ion Battery Breakthrough

• Magnetic Surprise Revealed in "Magic-Angle" Graphene

• Free Mobile's 5G Footprint Reaches 77% of France


• Chinese Lab Claims >206 Gbps in 6G Mobile Technology

• Wealth of World's 10 Richest Men Doubled During Plandemic 

• 6G Research Collaborative Efforts in Initial Phase

• China's Chang'E-5 Detects Water on Moon

• E-Waste Is a Cybersecurity Problem


• Remote Work Calls for Prioritizing Employee Tech Choices

• Samsung, Qualcomm Hit 8.08 Gbps 5G Download Record

• John Deere Unveils GPS-Driven Fully Autonomous Tractor at CES

• GM Outlines Its EV Strategy at CES

• FAST Detects Coherent Interstellar Magnetic Field


• FAA List of Airports Having C-Band Buffer Zones

• Teen Hacker Claims to Control 25 Teslas Worldwide

• James Webb Telescope Sunshield Fully Deployed

• Indonesia Telco Launches with Big Coverage Goals

• OLED with Graphene Anode Could Replace ITO in Displays


• Eight-Satellite TEVEL Mission to Launch January 13

• FCC Mulls Nutrition-Style Broadband Labeling

• Best U.S. Cities for Hiring Remote Tech Workers

• Quantum Dots + OLED = Your Next TV

• U.S. Back in the 5G RAN Game


• Samsung Forecasts Hefty 52% Q4 Profit Hike

• SIA Asks for Repeal of Section 301 China Tariffs

• Frequency Upconversion Makes Infrared Light Visible

• IEEE WIE Conference Explores the Future of Work

• Verizon to Hit 100M C-Band Coverage Goal


• NXP Claims World's 1st Tri-Radio

• Electronics Mergers & Acquisitions in 2021

• ARRL Surveying Field Day Participants

• France Goes Big on National Quantum Technology

• WiFi Alliance Selects Chipsets for Wi-Fi 6 Release 2 Certification Test Bed


• 2022 Technician Question Pool Released

• Clocking Quantum Computer Performance Standards Rolling Out

• World's Largest Offshore Windfarm Goes Online

• London Underground 4G Network Planned

• 3D Semiconductor Particles Offer 2D Properties


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

• Ericsson Eyeing up Russian Manufacturing Plant

• €240M for 6G Research Allocated in Europe

• Verizon Sneak Peek of Pre-Commercial C-band in LA

• How COVID Killed the Airbus 380


Radio Amateurs of Canada Announces New President

• UK 5G Coverage Roughly Doubled in 2021

• COVID Lockdown in China Threatens DRAM Supply

• Wireless Companies Reject FAA Call to Delay 5G Roll-out

• Building a 5Gigaverse Society


• DoT Seeks New 5G Delay to Study Interference with Aircraft

• New "6G Waves" Magazine Debuts

• FCC Settles over Equipment Marketing Rules Violation

• Xi'an Lockdown Could Reverse Memory Price Trend

• Apple Makes Big Inroads in China Smartphone Market


• Global RFID Market Showing Strong Signs of Recovery

• Huawei Expects 29% Drop in 2021 Revenues

• RF Signal Generator Market to Grow CAGR of 7.71% Through25

• 5G Gathers Steam

• Top 6G Content on everything RF in 2021


• RF Front-End Market to Exceed $4B by 2026

• The Value of In-Person Trade Shows

• Fixed Wireless Opens New Customer Engagement Avenue

• 7 IC Companies with $10B+ Revenues

• Intel Applying for India Manufacturing Incentives

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