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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - February 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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• Device Could Protect Satellites from Microwave Attacks

• Ukrainian Brewery Switches from Beer to Molotov Cocktails

• Evidence for Exotic Magnetic Phase of Matter

• Freight Procurement Budgets Skyrocketing in 2022

• "The 5 MHz Newsletter" Marks 10 Years


• Material Converts X-Rays into Light

• NRAO Researcher Gets IEEE Microwave Application Award

• COBOL May Still Have a Shelf Life

• Joe Rogan Radio's New Big Money Man

• EU Public Sector Cloud Use Under Investigation


• ARRL Section Manager Election Results Announced

• Operator 5G Engagement Increases by >50%

• What Is 5G VoNR?

• Murata to Acquire Resonant for $295M

• Commercial Space Travel Unlikely to Scale Up


• FCC, NTIA Seek Closer Spectrum Management Collaboration

• MIT Develops New Language for High-Performance Computers

• Intel to Acquire Tower Semiconductor for $5.4B

• Einstein's General Relativity Measured at Millimeter Scale

• China Space Missions Aim to Break 2021 Record


• Submarine Cable Market Has Bright Future

• Telcos Not Ready to Make Money from 5G

• SpaceX Launches 46 More Starlink Satellites

• SIA: 2021 Record for Units and Revenues

• UK & Japan Develop RF Sensor Technology for Fighter Jets


• European Commission Authorizes Additional Spectrum for 5G

• Chinese Claim 6G Data Streaming Record with Whirling Radio Waves

• GSMA Report Outlining the 5G Roadmap for Middle East and N. Africa

• Superconducting Technology Takes Data Beyond 1s and 0s

• U.S. Army Tests Mobile Comms Gear for Armored Units


• Satellites Provide New Capabilities and Complexities for 5G

• Intel Addresses Semiconductor Shortage with 2 New U.S. Plants

• Users Will Bypass Wi−Fi 6E in Favor of Wi−Fi 7

• T-Mobile Clashes with 2.5 GHz Spectrum Owners

• TSMC January Revenues up 35.8%


• 11% Growth Projected for Semis This Year

• EU Launches Chips Act

•• HamCation 2022 Roars Back to Life

• "Audacious" 6G Targets for the U.S.

• RF Technology Helps Connect Avionics Systems


• How 5G Wireless Service Puts Airplanes at Risk

• Quantum Transport at Room Temp in Carbon Nanotube Transistor

• ETNO Says Europe's Telco Investment Needs Dramatic Improvement

• SAMBAS Project Aims for Sustainable 6G

• New Method for Detecting Transistor Defects


• "Impossible" Material Stronger Than Steel and Light as Plastic

• China Targets Being #1 in Space Power Race

• GaN Power Market to Grow >57% CAGR to 2030

• Nokia Says the "Reset" Is Behind It

• A No-Code Solution to Accessing Satellite Data


• Geomagnetic Storm Leads to Loss of up to 40 Starlink Satellites

• Quantum States of >5 Seconds Achieved

• Low Temperature Metal Oxide Structural Change

• 2021 O-S-D Revenues Crack $100B for 1st Time

• Are Terahertz Lasers About to Have Their Moment?


• Mexican Regulator Confirms 5G Spectrum Auction for 2022

• Making Smartphone Data Anonymous No Longer Enough

• UKSA Funds £1.7M for Space Sustainability Projects

• Rural America Has Internet Options

• Reconfigurable Intelligent Radio-Enabled Surfaces


• Moore's Law Expanded: 4 New Laws of Computing

• AMSAT Withdraws GOLF-TEE CubeSat from NASA Launch

• CBRS RAN Adoption Lags

• Solving a Superconducting Mystery

• How a Smart Electric Grid Will Power Our Future


• Commerce Dept. Says U.S. down to 5 Days of IC Inventory (40 days pre-plandemic)

• Preventing Blackouts by Packetizing the Power Grid

• Intel Addressing Semiconductor Shortage

• China Ends 2021 with 1.43M 5G Base Stations

• Webb Telescope Reaches Final Destination 1,000,000 Miles Away


• Average Tech Salary Breaks 6 Figures

• MIT Lays out Strategy to Make U.S. a Semiconductor Superpower

• Amateur Radio Digital Communications Grants Continue

• Harvard Mathematician Answers 150-Year-Old Chess Problem

• Packet Pioneer Brian Rogers, N1URO, SK


• Parsing the 5G Power Equation: Is 5G Actually Greener?

• European Space Summit to Boost Space Ambitions

• Wednesday Was Not a Great Day for Radio

• How Entropy Might Increase Backwards in Time

• Private 5G Networks Rolling out Slowly


• DoD Labs Face $5B Infrastructure Shortfall

• Weak Signals Heard from Spanish Satellites EASAT-2 and HADES

• Long-Range Quantum Entanglement Measured at Last

• How You Can Help Keep Radio Free

• Chinese Scientists Closer to Quantum Code-Breaking Machine


• Trillion Dollar Space Economy Threatened by Debris

• A Language for Quantum Computing (how about Q++)

• $600B Chip Industry Forecasted

• LoRa Alliance Accelerates LoRaWAN Certification with More Test Tools

• Doomsday Clock Stuck at 100 Seconds to Midnight


• Intel Investing $20B for IC Manufacturing Hub in Ohio

• China Wi-Fi IoT Market to Grow at CAGR of 29%

• Quantum Computing in Silicon Hits 99% Accuracy

• Mystery of 3.45 GHz Auction Finally Ends

• Semis Grow 25%


• High-Tech Scam Artists: Counterfeit ICs

• Auto Chip Shortage Through at Least 2023

• Nokia Prognosticates on the Raison d'Être of 6G

• NRO Awards 5 Contracts for Commercial Satellite Radar

• FCC Seeks Attorney-Advisor for Its Mobility Division

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