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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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4/28/2023

• Spotting Counterfeit Electronics Components

• Silicon Carbide's Wafer Cost Conundrum

• Man Indicted for Selling "Ground" to Naïve EE Students

• U.S. Friendly Fire over Huawei Ramps Up

• Long-Distance Quantum Teleportation by Multiplexed Quantum Memories

4/27/2023

• Navigating the Fluctuating Electronics Supply Chain

• Will This FCC Proposal End up Hurting AM Radio?

• EU Commission Objections to VMware's Takeover by Broadcom

• CubeSats Validate Essential Maneuvers for On-Orbit Servicing

• Memory Packaging Revenues to Grow at 13% CAGR 2022-28

4/26/2023

• Florida Emergency Alert Test Goes Awry

• Private Internet Satellite Company Joins China's Hypersonic Race

• FCC Adopts Rules on Scam Texting

• What Makes Someone Likely to Be 1st-Gen College Grad?

• JWST Images Challenge Universe Evolution Theories (more unsettled science amongst experts)

4/25/2023

DoD Causing Delay in FCC Spectrum Auction Authority?

• Kepler Raises $92M for Its "Internet for Space' Programme

• Amateur Radio Software Award (ARSA) Announced for 2023

• Huawei Forges Ahead in Revolutionizing 5G Connectivity

• Mentorship vs. Sponsorship Tradeoffs

4/24/2023

• Northeastern U. Launches Virtualized O-RAN with AI Automation

• Top Salary for Cybercriminals Can Exceed $1M

• Telecom Supply Chain Fund Kicks off 1st Funding Round

• AI for IC Process Technology Development

• U.S. Senate Weighs Big Plans for Small Reactors (I've been advocating for this forever)

4/21/2023

• Broadcast Radio Relies on 55+ Loyalty

• China Unveils Electromagnetic Gun for Riot Control

• 1st-Ever Rechargeable Battery Made out of Food

• Adaptable EW Capabilities

• AI Industry Responds to Call for Pause on AI Development (China won't be stopping)

4/20/2023

• Wi-Fi Product Shipments Fell for 1st Time Ever in 2022 (massive inflation kills all)

• National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting Open During Hamvention

• Enormous Impact of e-Everything on Critical Metals Supply Chain

• Indian Telcos Urge 6 GHz Spectrum for 5G

• South Korea to Develop Electronic Warfare Aircraft

4/19/2023

• DARPA Seeking Innovative Concepts for Next-Gen Antennas

• U.S. Congresswoman Lesko Speaks at DeVry University Hamfest

• Sub-Terahertz Electromechanical Resonators

•  Software-Defined Vehicles Coming

• Space Awareness Requires More Space-Based Systems

4/18/2023

• Today the 18th Is World Amateur Radio Day

• U.S. Telcos Solve C-band Airline Interference Issue

• More Proof Einstein Was Right

• Global PC Shipments Tumble 33% in Q1

• Measuring Diversity & Inclusion in Telecom (aka White Exclusion)

4/17/2023

• Powerful Ally for AM Radio in Cars Emerges

• U.S. Wireless Operators Try to Allay 5G Aviation Fears

• IRS Limits Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Eligibility

• Atomically-Thin Metal Layers Created

• Twitter Labels NPR as "State-Affiliated Media"  (LOL)

4/14/2023

• CHIPS Act Subsidy Criteria Spooks Chipmakers

• Superconducting DC Distribution Network for Aircraft

• Chinese Scientists Hold Conference on Crewed Moon Base

• U.S. Increase Pressure on Allies over Huawei and ZTE

• Hospitals Cash Prices for Uninsured Often < Insurance Prices (being uninsured, I have received ~40% discount on surgeries paying cash)

4/13/2023

• 5G Connections to Increase 76% and Reach 1.9B by End 2023

• Ofcom Raises Compensation Payments for UK ISP Connectivity Failures

• E-Bike Battery Fires Are Soaring

• Shutting Down Nuclear Power Could Increase Air Pollution

• Remembering Data Compression Pioneer Jacob Ziv

4/12/2023

• Thule Air Base Greenland Renamed Pituffik Space Base (space base - I like it!)

• February IC Sales ∨4% MoM

• AFRL Flight Experiments on Viability of Communications >300 GHz

• Chinese Nobel Laureate Says Scientists Must Be Allowed Time to Think

• China's Energy Storage Capacity to Surpass 50 GW by 2025

• Our Mostly Peaceful War in Ukraine

4/11/2023

• U.S. Diversifies Chip Supply Chain

• Newly Branded USB Pushes 80 Gb/s

• Fully Recyclable Printed Electronics

• Chinese Scientists Challenge Superconductor Claim from U.S.

• Keysight Opens Its 1st O-RAN Testing Lab in Europe

4/10/2023

• Bluetooth Market Update by Version

• 6G Set to Primarily Be Industrial IoT Network (6G Standard c2015)

• 3 Hams on  Artemis II Moon Mission Crew

• FCC Reaches MOUs with Ukraine (effectively our 51st state)

• Just-in-Time (JIT) Supply Line Not Enough for Next War

4/7/2023

• OneWeb Completes Constellation with Final 36 Satellites

• China's Starlink-Killing Microwave Weapon

• Israel Launches Spy Satellite

• Germany's Vodafone to Shed 1,300 Jobs

• Plastic Transistor Amplifies Biochemical Signal

4/6/2023

• Take Your Eyes off Your Mobile Phone, Says Inventor Martin Cooper

• Uncertain Factors in Chip Industry Chain

• Huawei Increases Investment in R&D by 25%

• Foldable Phones Could Lift Gloomy Smartphone Market

• GaN on Si Through Surface-Activated Bonding

4/5/2023

• Product Liability Law and Its Effect on  Product Safety

• Huawei's Profits Drop 69% in 2022

• Japan Intros IC-Making Equipment Export Controls

• 5G Reaches 58% of Spanish Population

• Aviation, the Unlikely Road to Long-Range EVs

4/4/2023

• 2023: When Tech Buzzwords Go Stale

• EU Highlights NextNav TerraPoiNT as Potential GNSS Alternative for PNT

• "Organoid Intelligence" Computing Powered by Human Brain Cells

• Yes, Chinese Balloon Did Gather Intel over Sensitive Installations

• Dish Hit with Investor Lawsuits after Cyberattack

4/3/2023

• U.S. Space Force Seeks Narrowband Communication Satellites

• Lawyer Questions Scope of EU AI Act

• India Dropping U.S. Dollar for Trade, Using Rupee

• Amateur Radio Featured at National Hurricane Conference

• Will U.S. Get This UK Radio Protecting Act?

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