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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - September 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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FCC ARRL Higher Datarates - RF Cafe FCC Grants ARRL Emergency Request to Permit Higher Data Rate Transmissions for Hurricane Relief Communications

• Satellite Cellphone Communications Doable?

• Global 6G Market to Hit $20B Revenue by 2030

• DoE Grants $10.3M for Energy Frontier Research Center in Arkansas

• Ofcom Probing Cloud Market Competition

• Resonant Metasurfaces Enhance Quantum Research


• U.S. Continues to Lag in Critical Mid-Band 5G Spectrum

• The Local Radio Freedom Act Debated in Congress

• Inexpensive Al−S Batteries to Supplant Li−Ion in Small Devices

• NASA Testing Asteroid Deflection Scheme

• Reducing Power Consumption in Semiconductor Devices


• Electronic Design Salary & Career Survey Open

• Trouble on the Horizon for UK-Based Researchers

• Huawei Deploys New 5G Massive MIMO Outside China

• Tungsten Supply Chain Action Needed

• Earth Threat Satellite Project Unite Chinese, U.S., Russian Scientists


• DARPA to Improve How Scientists Handle Simulations

• Telco 5G Fixed Wireless Revenues Set to Skyrocket

• EE|Times Weekend Edition Says Goodbye

• More Starlink Users Mean Slower Speeds

• Norway Wind Farm Might Close Because It's Too Windy There


• FCC Grants Lynk 1st-Ever Satellite-Direct-to-Standard-Mobile-Phone License

• Verizon Completes 5G Lab Trials of 200 MHz C-Band

• OneWeb to Launch 36 Satellites from India

• Low-Cost Batteries from Inexpensive, Abundant Materials

• Is U.S. Space Force Moving Fast Enough?


• Inflation-Adjusted Income for U.S. Engineers Drops

• U.S. Partners with Google for Open-Source Chip Design

• Chip Industry in "Hopeful Denial"

• Canadian Lithium Miners to Produce Enough for 5M EV's

• Refreezing Earth's Poles with Aerosols (weren't CFC's banned in 1970's?)


• Semiconductor Demand Drives Double Digit Growth

• EV the Biggest White Elephant Mankind Ever Invented

• Communications Restored with CAPSTONE CubeSat

• Solid-State Cooling via Electric Field Induced Strain

• GaN Bringing Bidirectional Current and Voltage Control


• Earthquake in Taiwan Leaves Minimal Chip Fab Damage

• Lawsuit Filed Against Tesla for Regarding Autopilot Self-Driving

• LiFi Opens Path to Secure, Virtual Future

• Samsung Sets out $5B Green Strategy ("renewable" energy is a non sequitur)

• Micron's $15B Funds 1st New U.S. Memory Fab in Decades


• More Chip Capacity Needed Everywhere on Earth

• 5G Small Cells Face Deployment Dip

• U.S. Acquisition of Inmarsat Given Green Light

• Amateur Radio Helps Disabled Sailboat to Port

• Eiffel Tower Lights Go out Earlier to Save Energy


• Space Development Agency Launch Delayed by Supply Chain

• TSMC Becomes #1 Chip Company

• New Rotary Contact Eliminates Rare-Earth Magnets in Wind Turbines

• How Air Passenger Load Affects Supply Chain

• Light Source Generated from Entangled Photons


• IEEE Reconfiguring Its Geographic Regions

• FCC Awards $81M in Emergency Education Funding

• Top 10 Fabless Companies Grow 32%

• Quantum Network of Entangled Atomic Clocks

• China Discovers New Mineral in Moon Rocks


• IARPA Multi-Year Research Project to Improve Electrically Small Antennas

• Unique Ferroelectric Microstructure Discovered

• Semiconductor Strategies Boost Domestic Supplies

• Spins Observed in 2D Magnet

• U.S. Government Gears up for Attack on Big Tech


• IC Lead Times down by 1 Day (yay, crisis over!)

• Apple iPhone 14 Has Emergency Satellite Connectivity

• Global Open RAN Market Growth Exceeds Expectations

• Wolfspeed to Build Largest SiC Plant in North Carolina

• Modified Microwave Oven Cooks up Next-Gen Semiconductors


• NFC Forum Introduces New Device Class

• Details of $50B in CHIPS Act Spending

• F-35 Fighter Deliveries Halted Due to Chinese Magnets in Pumps

• Pentagon Leaders Discuss China's Space Ambitions

• Webb Takes Its 1st Exoplanet Image (don't get your hopes up)


• Intelligent Parts Sourcing Leads to Exponential Savings

• Chinese Hackers Deploy Fake News Sites (U.S. mainstream media already has plenty of them)

• UK Telcos Face Stricter Cybersecurity Obligations

• Report Cautions About Web3 Security

• Heavy Fines & Jail for Swiss Home Energy Use Violators


• Tech Whistleblowers Prefer Loud Exit to Quiet Quitting

• Concrete Steps Towards 6G

• EU to Challenge Telcos over Demands for Big Tech Cash

• Newest Galileo Satellites Feature Enhanced, Faster Fix

• Tanzania's 1st 5G Network Deployed


• T-Mobile U.S. 5G Spectrum Bid Mostly Uncontested

• Electronics Will Cost More in 2023

• Rule Could Impair China's AI Progress

• Unconventional Superconductor Odder Than Expected

• New Data Bill One of Brexit's Biggest Rewards


• Energy Bills a Business Threat for 60% of Manufacturers (thank scumbag politicians)

• Plastic Die Packaging Now in Scotland

• Nanodiamonds Made from Bottle Plastic

• Malaysia's 5G Turmoil Consinues

• Arm Sues Qualcomm Over Nuvia Licenses


• Iran Seizes 2 U.S. Navy Sea Drones (top-top-secret Air Drone in 2011, sailors hostage in 2016)

• DARPA Recruiting Early Career Scientists, Engineers

• T-Mobile Lays off Network Engineers

• ARRL President Emeritus Harry Dannals, W2HD, SK

• California Decides Nuclear Power Plants Not So Bad After All


• 4 Megadeals Boost 2022 Merger & Acquisition Total

• Plotting Path to the Trillion Transistor Era

• Unconventional Superconductor Even Odder Than Expected

• Streetlight Wi-Fi Hotspots

• Realistic Expectations for Satellite Phones (I had the same response)


• China's 300 km Range Infrared Radar Detects Stealth Craft

• Colorado Energy Customers Have Thermostats Locked Out @ 80+°

• ARRL Foundation Grants $270,000 to Amateur Radio Clubs

• Time to Treat U.S.-Made Chips as Critical Infrastructure

• Ransomware Attacks Surged by 47% in July


• Russia Building Satellite-Blinding Laser

• Nuclear Power Plant Exercise Includes Amateur Radio Emergency Service

• T-Mobile and SpaceX's Plan to Kill Mobile Dead Zones Questionable

• FCC Bumps 2.5 GHz Auction to 6 Rounds / Day

• Chip-Free, Wireless Electronic Skin

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