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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - May 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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• Walmart to Use UHF RFID Tags on All Products

• Radio Fighting the FCC

• ARRL Honored by Masons in Newington, CT

• U.S. Tower Execs Optimistic Despite Crappy Economy

• E-Mode GaN Transistor Works Like Silicon MOSFET


• ARRL EXPO and Hamvention 2022 a Great Success

• RCS Finally Justifying Its Existence

• Importance of Submarine Cable Channel Planning

• Netherlands Invests €1.1B in Photonic-Chip Industry

• Long-Hypothesized "Next Generation Wonder Material" Created


• Canada to Ban Huawei and ZTE from 5G Networks

• CERN's Large Hadron Collider Gears up for Run 3

• Boosting Prospects of PhD Students Before and After Graduation

• Remembering 1982 IEEE President Robert Larson

• Global RAN Market Grows Despite Supply Chain Issues

• Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka Phone App Enforces Gas Rationing


• FCC Discovers Computers

• Webb Telescope Nearly Ready for "First Light"

• Undersea Fiber Cables Detect Seismic Events

• Time to Re-Assess Spectrum Strategy

• Pentagon Tech Chief Wants "All in One" Sensor


• Foundry's 31% Growth in 2021 Outpaced Overall Chip Industry

• Image Sensor Wafer Capacity to Grow 13% This Year

• LoRa Alliance Launches IPv6 over LoRaWAN IoT Solution

• Wireless Retail Workers See Rising Pay, Interest in Unions

• Northumbria University Expands Engineering Teaching Facilities


• NFC Forum Launches NFC Wireless Charging Cert Program

• Pentagon's $5.7B Lab "Wish List" Likely to Stay Unfunded

• 5G Small Cell Trial for City of London

• TSMC Hikes Prices

• Mitigate EMI in Your 400-Hz Systems


• 2023 IC Market to Fall 22%

• Tech Titans Curb Hiring in "Challenging Environment"

• Kids' Screen Use Sees Fastest Rise in 4 Years

• Micro-Supercapacitors Enable Fast Charging

• Students Develop New Silicon Wafer Inspection Device


• China to Boost Tech Research to Best U.S. Industry

• Apple Set to Kill off Lightning Port

• Transistors Integrating High-k Perovskite Oxides and 2D Semiconductors

• Manufacturers and Distributors Optimistic About Future

• Top 5G Wireless Growth Companies in 2022


• Electronic Component Counterfeiting is Big Business

• Ofcom Opens Door for mmWave 5G in UK

• Integrated Lasers Could Make Computers 106x Faster

• T-Mobile Touts 99% Coverage for LTE

• AI's Threats to Jobs and Human Happiness Are Real


• Finland Unveils New 6G Initiative

• BAW Sensor Market to Grow by $138M Near Term

• Dish Explains Costly Phone for New 5G Band 70 Network

• How Does Radio Reverse Declining Listener Trend?

• Pentagon Rethinks Which Space Programs Are Classified


• Ofcom Applauds Its Own "End of Contract" Rules

• Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E See Unprecedented 50% Market Share

• Chinese Sets up World's Highest Weather Station on Mt. Everest

• Canada's Competition Commissar Oppose Rogers-Shaw Merger

• PCB Testing: Matter and Methods


• FCC Expands List of National Security Risk Equipment

• Día del Radioaficionado Celebrated May 10 in Puerto Rico

• IBM Targets 4,000-Qubit Processor by 2025

• mmWave Growth Slows But Outlook Still Favorable

• Radio Grew Advertiser's Business by 11%


• Armed Forces Day Cross-Band Exercise Set for May 14

• India Prepares to Build Its 1st Chip Fab

• Pentagon Harnessing 5G for Future Fight

• RF Semi Supply Shortage Should Ease in 2023

• Smart Electric Grid Could Save Consumers $50B/Year


• Public LoRaWAN Networks ^66% over Last 3 Years

• 2nd Phase of Europe's Tech Crackdown Finalised

• U.S. Delivers $77M in Grants for Tribal Broadband

• Tin Electrode Amplifies Supercapacitors

• Quantum Memristor Paves Way for Neuromorphic Quantum Computing


• FCC Finally Fixes Ham Radio Licensing Problems

• Tech Giants Lost >$1T Value Last 3 Trading Days 

• Key Procurement Strategies in Inflationary Environment

• Qualcomm Pushes Wi-Fi 7 to Max

• Superconductors Carry Data Farther Than Conventional


• Average U.S. Gas Price Sets New High: $4.37/gal.

• NFC Forum Releases Test Specs for Wireless Charging

• U.S. Tech Titans Look to Ditch Passwords

• Copper Supports Ultrafast Broadband

• T-Mobile Sticks It to "Big Internet"

• Powerful Family of 2D Materials Created


• Japan to Reach Full 5G Coverage by 2030

• LinkedIn to Pay Paltry $1.8M Fine in Women's Pay Lawsuit

• FCC Grants 5G Licenses from 3.45 GHz Auction

• IEEE Celebrates 25 Years of Women in Engineering

• What's New in Quantum Computing?


• SEERA Legislation Takes Aim at Counterfeit Components

• EU Law to Force Social Media to Expose Censoring Algorithms

• Danny Partridge Taking Break from Radio Show

• Doubt Creeps into mmWave Business Case

• Negative Capacitance to Make Transistors Energy Efficient


• RF Interference in 5G Networks

• Downbeat Forecast from Intel

• SpaceX Launches 53 Starlink Satellites from Florida

• Semiconductor Shortages Coming to an End?

• Huawei's Steady Decline Continues


• Top 10 Semi Companies Have 57% Market Share

• U.S Trade Deficit ^22.3% to $109.8B in March (highest ever)

• Samsung Profit up 50%

• India Eying June for 5G Auction

• Smartphone Shipments Fell 13% Globally in Q1

• Chinese Provence Testing for COVID Every 48 Hours (Gut Gott - insane!)


• 3D Printed Shielding for Satellites

• DARPA Seeks to Bolster "Critical" Defense Technologies

• Can Semi Makers Meet Surging Demands?

• Germany Bans Zero-Rating Mobile Tariffs

• New Telco Alliance Wants 5G Start-ups to Be Global Powerhouses


Hams to Participate in MARS Interoperability Exercise in May

• Ofcom Investigates Shell Energy's Telecoms

• 5G mmWave Solutions Investments to Pick up in 2023

• Chinese Academy of Sciences Cuts Database Use over Steep Fees

• The Android Way for In-Car Radio

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