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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - June 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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• North American 5G Penetration to reach 90% by 2027

• Radar Breakthrough for Drones

• Dealing with High-Integrity Electrical Components

• Dish Loses $3.4B Spectrum Bid Credit Appeal

• 90% of EV Battery Supply Chain Does Not Exist


• SpaceX Says Dish's 12 GHz 5G Would Kill Starlink

• Canadian Telcos Finally Get up to Speed

• LinkedIn Likes Audacy

• Moore's Law Slowdown and Chip Shortage

• Huge Carbon Footprint from Manufacturing Lithium Batteries


• U.S. Chips Act Nears Cut-off Point

• Electrically Conductive Paints & Polymers Now Easily Produced

• Platform for Quantum Technologies Using Gold

• Call for Greater Safety and Sustainability in Space

• Apple Sued for £768M over Battery Throttling


• Radio Broadcast Advertisers Bet on Success

• 5G Networking for Marine Corps Operations

• Wheels Falling off Toyota's New EVs 

• NextGen Television and Computer Screens

• 5G Market to Cope Well Despite Bad Economy

• Romania Imposes 4% Tax on Streaming Platforms


• Can Private 5G Be Everything to Everyone?

• Quantum Computing to Disrupt Industries by 2030

• Automating Semiconductor Research with Machine Learning

• EU General Court Tosses €1B Fine Against Qualcomm

• Malaysian Government Won't Budge on 5G Deadline


• Single-Digit Data Center Capex Growth Due to Supply Chain Woes

• JWST Set to Begin Science Operations

• Sentient Google AI a Concern?

• UK Government Scraps Plug-in Car Grant

• Stabilizing Colors for Micro-Displays


• EU Smartphone Shipments at Lowest in 9 Years

• Early Adopters Position Themselves for Quantum Computing Advantage

• U.S. Announces World's 1st Exascale Computer

• Solving the 2D Disorder Puzzle

• Rogers Rolls out Canadian 5G Midband


• FAA Chief Warns Airlines About Upcoming C-Band Deadline

• Space Development Agency's "Enduring" Satellite Experimentation Testbed

• 2022 SEA-PAC Ham Radio Convention Celebrates 40th Year

• Japan Giving €3.5B Subsidy for TSMC Fab

• USCTS Advances Bills to Extend Auction Authority


• Purdue Starts Comprehensive Semiconductor Degree Programs in U.S.

• Wood-Derived, Self-Powered Biosensors for Wireless Devices

• 4-Day Workweek for Engineering and Manufacturing a Good Idea?

• Ukraine Getting 1000s of Secure Radios in New U.S. Package

• "Zero-Day" Vulnerability Found in MS Office Software


• UK SATNAV Signal Boosts Sovereign PNT Capabilities

• Chengdu, the 5G Joy City

• James Webb Telescope Hit by Micrometeoroid (no atmosphere for protection - why space travel is dangerous)

• Dark Matter Physics Opens Door to Quantum Computing

• Twitter Reportedly Set to Make Concession to Musk


• Ofcom Wants New Spectrum Licenses for Drones

• Looming Possible Dock Worker Strike Could Worsen Supply Chains

• China Overtaking U.S. in High Tech

• Deutsche Telekom Boosting Rural 5G with Low-Band Spectrum

•  How Zonecasting Works for OTA Broadcast Radio


• Beyond 5G Mobile with Beam-Steering Technology

• RF GaN Market Slowed to 10% in 2021

• Cosmic Rapid-Fire Fast Radio Bursts

• NAB's Lay out Plan to Make Radio Profitable

• Lack of Fiber Affects India's Mobile Internet Quality


• GSMA Publishes Asia Pacific Region 5G Roadmap

• NASA Gets Serious About UFOs

• TI Reigns Supreme in Analog ICs

• Intel to Get German Fab Subsidies Worth $7.3B

• 5 Glassy Mysteries We Still Can't Explain


• FCC Proposes Record $34k Fine for Interference and Unauthorized Transmissions

• Collaborative Data Sharing Across Semi Industry

• Ericsson Faces SEC Probe into 2019 Iraq Scandal

• Defense News Taking Submissions for Top 100 Defense Companies

• John Deere Moving Cab Manufacturing from Iowa to Mexico


• NAB Blasts Proposed FCC Fee Rates

• China's Newest Supercomputers Not Among Top500 Ranks

• Engineers & Buyers Can Address Supply Chain Shortages

• Breakthrough in Real-World Terahertz Technologies

• When AI Is the Inventor, Who Gets the Patent?


• Q1 Smartphone Shipments down 12.8%

• Voice Is Potential Wrinkle in Dish 5G Rollout

• Expanding Horizons of Long-Haul Quantum Communications

• Controlling Waveform of Ultrashort Infrared Pulses

• Safety Strategy for High-Integrity Components


• IMS 2022 to Host 440+ Companies in Denver

• 11% Growth for Semis This Year

• India's Satellite Sector Enters High Growth Phase

• Sony to Develop Chipsets for Ligado 5G IoT Satellite Network

• Zinc Technology for Energy Storage


• China Must Be Able to Destroy Musk's Starlink Satellites If a Threat

• Secure Communication with Light Particles

• Li[Ni0.5Mn0.3Co0.2]O2  Battery Could Last 100 Years

• Malaysian Telcos Clash with Government over 5G

• What Is Wi-Fi 7?


• New Material Offers Promise for Solid-State Batteries

• Zero Covid Policy Killing Chinese Smartphone Market (don't bet on it)

• Not "Open RAN" but "Highly Coordinated RAN"

• China Finds Uranium at "Impossible" Depth

• OneWeb Satellite to Be Deorbited at End of Lifetime


• Electrons Mined for True Random Numbers

• North American Smartphone Shipments Much Better Than China's

• How FCC Settled Radio Spectrum Turf Wars

• Ethical Decisions in the Design Process

• Samsung, Stellantis to Invest $2.5B in U.S. EV Battery Plant


• China's Young Scientists Build New Academic Journal

• Quantum Information Teleported Across Rudimentary Quantum Network

• Lithuania Begins Long-Awaited 5G Spectrum Auction

• Data Ethicist Cautions Against Overreliance on Algorithms

• California Wants 35% of New Cars to be EVs by 2026 (w/no way to charge them)


• Ukraine Conflict Blamed for 10% EU Smartphone Shipment Fall

• Can India Be World's Next Chip Manufacturing Hub?

• Unsuspected Math Underlies Search for Exoplanets

• DoD Pays GlobalFoundries $117M to X-fer 45nm SOI from East Fishkill to Malta, NY

• Broadcom to Acquire VMware for $61B

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