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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - December 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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• James Webb Space Telescope Finally in Orbit!

• ARRL Kids Day is January 1, 2022

• Distribution Outlook for 2022

• 4 Predictions for Indoor Location Market

• Radio Ink's 2022 Marketing Predictions


• U.S. Scores Top Rank for 5G Coverage

• Top 15 Most Viewed everything RF Articles in 2021

• Japan Must Spend $7B/Year on ICs

• Fierce Wireless 2021 Wrap-up & 5 2022 Predictions

• Frontier Supercomputer to Usher in Exascale Computing


• Global RFID Market Recovering After COVID-19

• November SEMI Billings up 50.6% Y-o-Y

• Experimental Station to Recreate 1906 Fessenden Transmissions

• U.S. Space Force Issues $32M Contract fo for Space-Based Sensor

• Ericsson Leads Global RAN Market


• U.S. Military to Network DoD and Commercial Satellites

• Intelsat Gets OK for Restructure After Bankruptcy Filing

• Norway Trying to Track Down 2-Meter Intruders

• 1,300 Illegal Telecoms Towers Discovered in Nigeria

• China's Floating Nuclear Reactor


• ARRL to Oppose Forest Service Fees for Amateur Facilities

• Inmarsat Celebrates Moving into LEO Space

• FCC on the Future of Universal Service Fund

• Top Tech Xplore Articles of 2022

• Exotic 6-Quark Particle Predicted by Supercomputers


• Ofcom Reckons ~½ of UK Now Covered by 5G

• FCC Pushes STIR/SHAKEN Caller ID Authentication

• Physics World's Top 10 Breakthroughs of 2022

• U. of Glasgow Receives £2.6M Grant to Develop 6G Technology

• Manufacturing Supply Chain Slowly Untangling


• Is 2022 the Year America's Technology Supremacy Ends?

• Huawei Still Dominates Telecom Equipment Market

• What If 6G Becomes Just 5G+?

• China Created Material to Extract Uranium from Seawater

• EDI CON Across China Happens in April 2022


• Tech Trends 2022 (prognostications begin)

• Wi-Fi HaLow Targets IoT

• Airline Execs Blast Away at C-Band

• Algar Telecom Activates 1st 5G Network in Brazil

• World Radio TV Handbook to Cease Publication


• Observations of OtH Radar Interference in Ham Bands Top All Others

• EU Inches Forward with Quantum Network Security

• LoRaWAN Standard Approved by ITU

• Gearing up for CES 2022

• Leptoquarks and Physics Beyond the Standard Model


• Semiconductor Sector Poised to Grasp 5G Opportunity

• Exports from Manufacturers Adding £176B to UK Economy

• 5G  to Exceed a 500M Connections by End of 2022

• Polish Ham Ordered to Stop Using Falkland Islands Identifier from Antarctica

• Can Diamonds Originate Methane? (ice farts)


• Quantum Satellite Protects China's World's Largest Power Grid

• OpenRF Releases 1st Spec for 5G Chipset and RF FEM Interoperability

• HP Printers Loaded with Security Holes

• Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Radio Link Restored

• Strong Memory Demand Fuels Global Chip Revenues


• Sustainable Supply Chain Practices Here to Stay

• Report Explains Why Radar Is Critical for the Future of Mobility

• IoT Vendors Resist Vulnerability Reporting (of course)

• Holiday Wireless Competition Halfway Back to Normal

• Supercapacitor Electrodes from Organic Material


• U.S. Risks Building a White Elephant with CHIPS Act

• 6 New Members Join Digital IF Interoperability Consortium

• UK to Phase out 2G and 3G by 2033

• ARDC Grant Expands RMHAM's 5 GHz Microwave Network in Rockies

• Rosenworcel Confirmed as FCC Chair


• Poland's Long Delayed 5G Auction Set Back to 2022

• U.S. Space Force Launches Experimental Payloads into Orbit

• Fluid-Cooled Cable Quadruples EV Charging-Current Capacity

• Growing Employer-Employee Attitude Gaps Noticed

• FAA Issues 5G Warning, Cites C-band Progress


• Ofcom Ponders Terahertz Spectrum

• New State of Matter: Quantum Spin Liquids

• DoD Orders $316M in Anti-Jam GPS Devices

• Smartphone Shipments to Grow 5.3% in 2022

• U.S. Workers Lagging in Digital Skills


• Transmissions Set to Mark Transatlantic Test Success

• Max Planck Society Responds to Gender Discrimination Allegations

• Job Shortages, Plandemic Drive Record-Breaking U.S. Robot Orders

• Booz Allen's 5G Lab Research "Balance Between Operability and Security"

• Fiber Batteries Power Smart Clothes


• FCC Expands Space Access for IoT Support

• EU Telcos Look to U.S. Tech Giants for Infrastructure Deals

• 5G to Be 12% of Mobile Lines in Latin America by 2025

• Another Reason Why Li-ion Cells Don't Like Fast Charging

• How Much Has Quantum Computing Actually Advanced?


• Wireless Broadband Providers Optimism at Record High

• Unions Playing Increasing Role in European Telecoms

• Qualcomm Is on a mmWave Mission

• NIST Investigates China Participation in International Standards Development

• T-Mobile Raising $3B for Spectrum Purchases


• Supply Chain Issues Suppress Q3 Cellphone Growth to 5.7%

• Electromagnets Could Help Clean up Space Junk

• 6 GHz AFC Wannabees Stack Up

• HKUST Teams with U.S. Researchers to Work on AI Chips

• How Smart Homes Alter Human Behavior


• Samsung Electronics Invests $17B in TX Semi Fab

• EU Scientists Send LoRa Messages to the Moon for 1st Time

• 60% of U.S. Smartphones Are 5G

• DoD Shifts Gears, Goes Multi-Cloud

• Nokia Private 5G Network Will Be Finnish Goldmine


• Glasgow University Building 6G Test Centre

• Qualcomm Beats Skyworks and Qorvo in RF Front End Sales

• USAF Spectrum Warfare Strategy Causing COnfusion

• 5G FWA Market Will Be 40% of Total FWA Market by 2026

• New Ultrahard Diamond Glass Synthesized


• Dayton 2022 Hamvention Expects to Be Live Event

• Quantum Time Flows in Both Directions

• AT&T and Verizon Lower 5G C-Band Power

• October SEMI Billings up 0.6% M-o-M

• Nuclear Radiation Transmits Digital Data Wirelessly


• Democratization of Chip Design

• EU Nations Add Air, Space and Drone Tech to Defense Coop

• GaN Replacing Silicon as Mainstream Power Solution

• Chinese Operators Add 43.8M 5G Customers in October

• No End in Sight for GPU Supply Disruptions

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