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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - October 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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• Belgium Crawls Towards 5G Auction in 2022

• Global 5G Connections to Break Billion Mark in 2022

• Webb Telescope Unboxed at Guiana Space Center (will it ever launch?)

• U.S. Curbs Hacking Tool Exports to Russia, China

• DoJ Says Ericsson Breached Corruption-Related Settlement


• Huawei Buys $Billion of U.S. High Tech Products Despite Blacklist

• Scottish Space Strategy Launched

• Using Tech to Build More Resilient Supply Chains

• EU Market Surveillance Regulation Takes Effect

• T-Mobile Extends CDMA Shutdown by 3 Months


• iPhone 13 Production Hit by Chip Shortages

• Chinese Anti-Satellite Weapon That Explodes Target

• O-RAN Alliance Announces New Specifications

• U.S. House Passes 4 Bills Related to Telecom Security

• 61% of Americans Paid $0.00 in Federal Taxes in 2020 (I paid lots)


• 3.45 GHz Auction Surges Past $14.8B Reserve Price

• Technician License Training Course on ARRL YouTube Channel

• Lack of Power Grids Doomed Early Electric Cars

• When Will 6G Start to Emerge?

• Huawei Makes Push for Greener 5G Networks


• Global MilSatCom Confex to Focus on Disruptive Space Technology

• ARDC Grants to Fund Amateur Radio Project Expansions

• Microsoft Says Transport Latency Can Nullify Benefits of 5G

• ETSI Global Standard for Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces

• Nuclear Energy Must Be Part of "Net Zero" Climate Targets


• Microsoft pulls LinkedIn out of China

• U.S. 3.45 GHz Auction Hits Make-or-Break Stage

• 45M 5G Small Cells Deployed by 2031

• From Windows 95 to Windows 11

• Army Wants Air Defense Laser Weapons


• TSMC to Build Chip Fab in Japan

• FAA Fumbled Response to Surge in GPS Jamming

• Army to Release New Digital Transformation Strategy

• Need to Store Data for a Thousand Years?

• Deaf UK Kids Talk to ISS via Ham Radio


• U.S. Tech Salaries Grow, but Not for Everyone

• IET Selects Dr. Carol Marsh as 1st-Ever Female Chair

• Qualcomm Expected to Widen Smartphone Wi-Fi Chipset Lead in 2021

• PC Shipments Ride Supply Roller Coaster

• Netherlands Finds Apple App Store Rules Anticompetitive


• Global Chip Shortage Timeline of Unfortunate Events

• High Prices Blamed for Mexican Spectrum Auction Failure

• ARDC Grant to Benefit High School Computer Science Students

• Launch of Italian Radar Satellite Shifts from Arianespace to SpaceX

• Multidomain Ops Drive Army's 1st Space Brigade


• People Ditching EVs Show "Revolution" will Be Slow and Rocky

• NASA Names 60 Teams for 2022 Student Launch Competition

• Eutelsat Ploughs More Cash into OneWeb

• Facebook Unveils Fibre-Deploying Robot "Bombyx"

• 3.45 GHz Auction Kicks off w/$672M in Day 1


• DoD Is Largest Private 5G Network Deployer

• 1st Monolayer Silicon Carbide Created

• AmpliTech to Open MMIC Chip Design Center in Texas

• A Circuitous "Theory of Everything"

• China's Chang'e 5 Brought Back Youngest Moon Rocks Ever


• Boy Scouts' Jamboree-on-the-Air This Weekend, October 15-17

• World's First Indoor, Direct-to-Satellite IoT Connection

• Photon-Phonon Combination Breakthrough

• Latest Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) Measurements

• Faulty Spectrum Argument Doesn't Hold Up


• Electrons Flow Like Fluid in Metal Superconductor

• USAF Chooses AT&T's FirstNet Broadband for Bases

• Intrepid-DX Group Extends Youth Essay Contest Deadline

• 3.45 GHz Auction Surpasses $1.5B

• TSMC September Revenues up 20%


• August Semi Sales up 29.7% Y-o-Y

• ARRL to Preserve Amateur Radio Secondary Use of 3 GHz Band

• Drones to Provide Safer and Better Cellular Connectivity

• 12 GHz Band Still in Play

• DARPA Eyes AI & Gaming for Nuanced Communications


• Data on Number of Radio Amateurs Worldwide Needs Updating

• Highly Efficient Supercapacitor Could Rival Batteries

• Optical Transistor Uses Quasiparticle Condensate for Fast Switching

• 6G: ETSI Studies Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces

• Open Source Supply Chain Software Attacks Up


• DARPA Wants G-Band RF and Microwave Communications

• 11% of Korea's Bas Stations are 5G

• Precious Metals from Electronic Waste in Seconds

• "Most Perfect Graphene Ever" Grows Fold-Free

• Forces of Change in Warehousing and Distribution


• FCC Considers Public Safety, IoT Spectrum Needs

• China Wants Permanent Wuhan Flu Quarantine Centers for Inbound Travellers

• Toward Ultra-Low-Energy Exciton Electronics

• IoT Company Launching 72 LEO Satellites for Global Coverage

• FCC Robocall Mitigation Deadline Goes into Effect


• U.S. Midband Spectrum 3.45 GHz Auction Just Around Corner

• Past AMSAT President, and AmSat Pioneer Tom Clark, K3IO, SK

• Ericsson's Lasers "Cut the Power Cord" for 5G RAN

• GaN Power Device Market to Grow 73% in 2021

• "Shadow Code" Creates Risk for 99% of Websites


• 2Africa Cable to Be Longest in World at 45,000 km

• Loon Donates Balloon Flight Data to Science

• Latest MATLAB Adds New Tools for Wireless Communication

• Deaf Pupils Set to Speak with ISS Crew Member

• Ensuring Reproducibility in Research Is Needed


• European IC Effort Doubles Down on Tech Sovereignty

• Brazil Finally Sets Date for 5G Auction

• New England Parks on the Air Event Set for Mid-October

• Ongoing PC Chip Shortage Takes Toll on Micron

• China Unveils Gravitational Wave Research Center


• Tesla Musk Says Semi Shortage Will End in 2022

• Revamped Security Council Outlines 5G, Open RAN, Wi-Fi Priorities

• China Wants Beijing to Be Magnet for Tech Talent

• Ofcom Readies One Touch Switching for Broadband Customers

• U.S. Space Force Awards $88M in Contracts for Launch System Prototyping


• Electronics Industry Faces Labor Shortages as Chip Deficit Drags On

• Massive MIMO, Adaptive Beam Forming Spiff up 12 GHz Band

• Open-Source Amateur Satellite Work Not Subject to Export Regulation

• Ransomware Attacks Have Gone Stratospheric

• Building a Carbon-Free Electric Grid

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