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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - June 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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• The Radio Music Royalty Fight Is On

• UK Launches New Facility to Test Open RAN

• Electron Accelerator Combines Laser and Plasma Wakefield Techniques

• South Korea 5G Scores High for Speed & Coverage

• GLOBALFOUNDRIES Announces New Semi Fab in Singapore


• Global Cellular IoT Module Shipments up 50% YoY

• AST's Satellite Service Connects Directly to Cell Phones

• Rise in Numbers for Women in Engineering

• DARPA Developing Filtering Technology for Wideband Arrays

• Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) Contest Results Posted


• Filtronic Moves Critical Manufacturing from China to USA

• FCC Seeks Comments in Involving 70 and 5 Centimeters

• HELLA Radar Acquires 10% Stake in Swedish Antenna Company

• Printable Electronics Are Fully Recyclable

• Truth Behind a Deep Learning Lie


• 72% of Global Service Providers Offering FWA

• 624M 5G Phones to Be Sold in 2021

• DoD Wants 5G and AR to Save Warfighter Lives in Field

• Charting Graphene's Progress

• Funding Shortage Cancels Amateur Radio on CHESS CubeSats


• Chip Shortages and Counterfeits Reach Critical Stage

• Samsung Demonstrates THz Next-Gen 6G Prototype

• U.S. Space Force Launches 5th GPS III Satellite

• FCC Submits FY 2022 Budget Request to Congress

• Yahoo Mobile Prepares for Shutdown


• Microsoft Sets 2025 End Date for Windows 10 Support

• SAQ in Sweden to Conduct Annual Alexanderson Day Transmission

• UK Tokamak Offers STEP Towards Commercial Fusion

• Former FCC Commissioner Touts Geo-Targeting

• Chinese Astronauts Enter Tiangong Space Station for 1st Time


• FCC Proposes Total Retroactive Ban on All Huawei and ZTE

• Broadband IoT Set to Overtake 2G and 3G

• MIR-SAT1 CubeSat Deploys from ISS on June 22

• India to Reach 330M 5G Subscribers in 2026

• Microsoft Planning 4 Chinese Data Centres


• Slow-Scan TV Event from ISS June 21-26

• The Rise of Telecom SaaS

• Atomic-Scale Tailoring of Graphene

• Nokia Selected for 5G RAN by Denmark's TTN

• Using Low-Frequency Broadband Sonar on UUVs


• GaN RF Device Market Growing at 18% CAGR

• Latest Tests on 6G Return Surprising Results

• Finnish, Japanese Alliance to Boost "6G" R&D

• Nitride Ferroelectric Semiconductors for NexGen Electronics

• Ofcom Plunders Amazon Alexa for CTO Hire


• Unprecedented 5G Hypergrowth Expected

• Turing Test 2.0 for AI

• Wirelessly Powered Relay Network for 5G Systems Developed

• Big U.S. Carriers Now Support eSIM

• Sound-Light Pulses in 2D Materials


• FCC Sets October Start Date for 3.45 GHz Auction

• No IC Shortage Relief in Near Future

• Separate SATERN Nets Now Operational

• Ampleon Lays off 24 RF Engineers in the Netherlands

• GlobalFoundries, GlobalWafers Expanding Semi Wafer Supply


• Here's What 6G Will Be

• ISS in Cross-Band Repeater Mode for Field Day

• 94 GHz Interferometers for Deep Space Flight Helicon Thrusters

• Bitcoin Mining Requires 114 TWh of Energy

• Path to the Electronics Graveyard


• ARDC Grant Supports HAMNET Expansion in Europe

• U.S. Space Command Need $67M to Achieve Full Operational Capability

• Chip Sales up 21.7% Y-o-Y

• AFRL Opens Space Warfighting Operations R&D Lab

• GPU Market Headed for a Fall?


• Bezos Brothers Will Ride on 1st New Shepard Rocket Suborbital Flight

• Will Arizona Become the U.S. Semiconductor Hub?

• Brussels Inches Towards Easing 5G Radiation Rules

• Brazil Expects 5G Auction Next Month

• A Heat Switch with No Moving Parts


• Bosch Opens €1B Semiconductor Plant in Dresden

• Walmart Giving Free Samsung Smartphone to 740k Employees

• GaN Breakdown Reaches Beyond 10 kV

• NTIA, FCC Release Coordination Info for 3.45-3.55 GHz

• 25.7M Remote Jobs Available in Non-Tech Industries


• FCC Issues Forfeiture Orders for Unlicensed Equipment

• U.S. Contractor Passes Classified Jet Fighter Drawings to China

• 5G Patents Related to Physical Layer and RAN Increasing

• Biden Executive Order Bans Huawei and 58 Other Chinese Firms

• New Approach to Stabilize Cathode Materials Discovered


• 5.9 GHz Fight Shifts to Court Challenge

• Wirelessly Powered Relay Network for 5G Systems Developed

• Putting the Squeeze on RF and Microwave Gear

• Supersonic Commercial Aviation May Return

• USAF Wants Rockets to Anywhere on Earth in <1 Hour


• Quantum Communication in Space Being Developed

• Huawei's Global Cloud Strategy

• OneWeb Launches 36 More Satellites

• Interactive LightCube Satellite Set to Launch in 2022

• 1st Commercial PMF Transceiver Module Tested


• FDA Warns of Magnets in Cell Phones and Smartwatches

• 8” Wafer Capacity to Grow 17% 2020-24

• Some U.S. Carrier Activity Trending Towards Record Levels

• China's Digital Infrastructure Carbon Emissions > All France?

• U.S. Space Force Seeks Sizeable Budget Increase


• Federal E-Scrap Legislation Introduced

• New IC Combines Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Doppler Radar

• FCC License Sought for "Cell Towers in Space"

• Competitor Fears SpaceX Could Monopolize Space

• Bell Expands 5G to 23 New Markets in Canada


• Huawei to Launch New Operating System for Phones

• FCC Seeks Comment on Impact of Global Semiconductor Shortage

• GSMA Urge Governments to Allocate 6 GHz Band Available for 5G

• Phase 1 of SpaceX's Starlink Network (1,737 so far) Nears Completion

• Safety Ratings Yanked After Tesla Pulls Radar


• Cellular Radio Component Market Growing 8% Through 2025

• CQ Announces 2021 Hall of Fame Inductees

• Semiconductor Shortage Puts Brakes on Automotive Recovery

• Your Car Is a Cybersecurity Risk

• Dissecting the Colonial Pipeline Incident

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