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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - March 2023

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.

All the News Fit to Link™

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3/31/2023

• GSMA Makes Case for More Mobile Spectrum

• China to Reach 1B, 5G Subscribers by 2025 (a tracked & controlled society)

• Texas CHIP Act Proposed

• China, Brazil Agree to Ditch Intermediary U.S. Dollar

• USF Ruled Constitutional

• Transdoped P-type Semiconductor Accuses Circuit of Negative Bias

3/30/2023

• ChatGPT Causing Concerns in Academia

• WIA Offers 5G, Broadband Training to Prisoners, Veterans

• 5G to Be Major Driver for $1.8B Low-Loss Materials Market

• Wifi-as-a-Service to Become New Norm?

• Origin of Superconductivity in Nickelates Discovered

3/29/2023

• Ofcom Considers Revoking Unpaired 2100 MHz Spectrum

• 5G Non-Terrestrial Networks (NTN) Infrastructure to Bolster 5G & 6G

• 5G FWA Emerging as Competitive Alternative to Fixed Broadband

• SpaceX Accuses Dish of Pivot in 12 GHz Tussle

• "Ford Model e" Unit Losing Billion$$$

3/28/2023

• Giant Coronal Hole Facing Earth (coronal hole)

• Gordon Moore Dead at 94 Years Old (Gordon Moore Bio)

• Congress Lays Groundwork for AUKUS Export Control Reform

• Microwave Emerging as Choice for 5G and 5.5G Backhaul

• JIP to Buy Toshiba

• BMW Starts Production of Hydrogen-Powered Cars

3/27/2023

$11B National Semiconductor Technology Center Planned (NSTC - not NTSC)

• Anti-Counterfeit Packaging Revolutionizing Industry

• GaN on Si Through Surface-Activated Bonding

• U.S. Space Explores Electronics Manufacturing in 0 Gravity

• 3D Printed Materials for Satellite Manufacturing

3/24/2023

• U.S. Chips Act Guardrails Against Benefiting Adversarial Countries

• Ham Radio in FEMA Guide for National Emergency Preparedness

• Indian Government Unveils National 6G Vision

• NASA Dragonfly Quadrotor Bound for Saturn's Moon Titan

• AI Fails to Reproduce Human Vision

3/23/2023

• Connecticut Declares April 16-22 as Amateur Radio Recognition Week (ARRL HQ located in CT)

• China Must Tolerate Failure in Science and Tech to Close Gap with U.S.

• Businesses Urged to Prepare for Nation-State Cyberattacks

• RFS and Nokia Develop New 5G Antenna Platform

• Custom Components Solve Design Challenges

3/22/2023

• NTIA Solicits Comments re U.S. Spectrum Strategy

• Budget Aims to Stimulate UK's Science Superpowers

• 1 Picosecond Shutter Speed Camera

• Guerrilla RF Raises $9.2M to Expand R&D

• China and UAE to Build Abu Dhabi Space Tech Centre

3/21/2023

• What Is Tesla's Mystery Magnet?

• Powerful Electron Beam May Rewrite Einstein Photoelectric Effect Theory

• GPT-4 Ups the Ante in AI

• CCP to break Through U.S. Science and Tech Containment

• Brits Think It Is up to Tech Firms to Stop Scams

3/20/2023

• FCC Satellite/Terrestrial Mobile Convergence Rules

• Education Week Programs for Students and Professionals

• Virgin Orbit Pauses Operations

•• Huawei, Zain KSA to Build "5.5G" City in Saudi Arabia

• Ofcom Hints at Pricing Push-Back

3/17/2023

• SDRA's 2023 Ulrich L. Rohde Award Call for Papers

• Boeing Demos Anti-Jam Capability for U.S. DoD Satellites

• Communist Party to Oversee China's Science Sector

• More Lawmakers Get in Radio's Corner

• Samsung Graduates from Disruptor to Mature 5G Leader

3/16/2023

• Room-Temperature Superconductivity Claimed

• South American Countries Planning to Lithium Cartel

• EU Final Approval for Starlink Alternative, IRIS

• 11 Myths About Semiconductor Prototyping

• DARPA to Advance Hybrid Quantum/Classical Computers

3/15/2023

• Fixed Wireless Access Booming in U.S.

• Meta / Facebook Laying off 10k More EMployees

• Germany Considers Ban on Huawei, ZTE 5G

• Apple #1 for Smartphone Production in Q4

• Dish Testing 800 MHz Waters

3/14/2023

• Congress Lets FCC Spectrum Auction Authority Lapse

• Steganography Breakthrough Enables "Perfectly Secure" Digital Comms

• India to Reach Full 5G Coverage by End-2024

• Historic Decrease in US & EU IQ Test Scores Baffle Researchers (massive illegal immigration not mentioned)

• Mining for Electric-Vehicle Batteries

3/13/2023

• Time for FCC to Lift Ownership Caps?

• Edible Electronics (if you don't mind swallowing graphene)

• Huawei Cools on Cambridge R&D Scheme

• Deutsche Telekom's 5G Infrastructure Reaches 95% of Germans

• Transparent Antennas for Covert Cellular, Wi-Fi and GNSS

3/10/2023

• Dutch to Restrict Semiconductor Tech Exports to China

• NAB: FCC Wasting Time

• U.S. Makes National Security Priority of CHIPS Subsidies

• Ericsson Pleads Guilty to U.S. Contract Breaches

• Radar Sensor Predicts Alzheimer's and Fall Accidents (presidential applications?)

3/9/2023

• Ka-Band Satellites Key to Reliable Vehicle Connectivity

• Amateur Radio on ISS Seeks Contact Proposals

• Distributed Workforces and the Human Cloud

• Growing Electronics Inside the Brain

• How Feds Expect to Use AI/ML (don't buy it)

3/8/2023

• January Semi Sales down 18.5% YoY

• No Silver Bullet for 5G Monetization

• Destroying the Superconductivity in a Kagome Metal

• Young Professional on the Power of Mentorship

• Infineon Buys GaN Systems

• UK Gigafactory Revived

3/7/2023

• Semi Demand Expected to Return in H2

• Prime Number Color System Replaces RGB and CYMK (interesting)

• China Mobile and China Telecom Withdraw from Sea-Me-We 6 Cable Project

• Copper Mountain Adds Service Capabilities to European R&D Facility

DoCoMo Adds Ericsson and Keysight to 6G Research Group

3/6/2023

• State of Manufacturing Report Shows Recruitment Struggles

• Huawei's 5.5G Vision is What 5G Should Have Been All Along

• 2023 Hamvention Awards Announced

• How to Spot AI-Generated Text

• People Spend 1/6th of Lifetimes Enhancing Their Appearance (I call BS on this "study")

3/3/2023

• Raytheon to Make 7 MissileBalloon-Tracking Satellites for U.S. Space Agency

• China's DUV Breakthrough for Chip-Based Gyroscopes

• Private 5G Worth $96B by 2030

• Samsung, Micron, Hynix Hold 76% of Leading Edge Semi Capacity

• U.S. Space Force Launch Plan Shift to Smaller Satellites

3/2/2023

• IEEE Realigning Its Geographic Regions

• Autonomous Car Radar Sees Through Smoke, Dust and Fog

• China's "Leapfrog Period" of Scientific Achievement Makes It an Innovation Powerhouse (much of it from espionage)

• Semiconductor Industry's Future Aligns with TSN

• Quantum Computer Market to Be Worth $2B in 2030

• South Korea to Launch 1st Commercial 6G Nets in 2028

3/1/2023

• Semi Industry Hopeful Amid Shrinking Sales

• World's 1st 3-d Printed Rocket Launches March 8th

• Ericsson Confirms 8,500 Job Cuts Coming

• Solidified Liquid Metal Builds 3D Flexible Electronics

• China to Reach 10.25B IoT Connections by 2026

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