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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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5/31/2023

• Congress House Hearing Will Discuss AM in Cars

• U.S. and Allies Continue to Chip Away at Chinese Tech Sector

• Labor Shortages, Supply Issues Still Stress Global Supply Chains

• Niobium-Graphene Batteries Challenge Li-Ion

• Google Foldable Phone Nearing Release

5/30/2023

• FCC Opening 12 GHz Band for Satellite and Terrestrial Wireless

• China Top Science Journal Contributor in 2022

• Satellite 5G Gaining Momentum

• British Telecom to Lay off up to 55,000

• Europe Set for Green Transition Land Squeeze

5/29/2023

• China Threatens Response to Japan's IC Export Ban

• USA Rare Earth Aims to Break China's Grip

• Zeus: Building the Internet Under the Sea

• Former FCC Leaders Push to Renew Auction Authority

• Many UK Consumers Priced out of Broadband

• Solar Storm Forecast Improvement Project

5/26/2023

• FCC Broadcaster Fees Could Be Going down This Year

• FCC Signs off on Viasat Acquisition of Inmarsat

• Beijing Unveils Battle Plan to Supercharge Innovation Hub

• 1st Radiation Belt Seen Outside Our Solar System

• Replacing Construction Sand with Shredded Disposable Diapers (featuring a delightful brown hue)

5/25/2023

ChatGPT Passes Radiology Board Exam

• Dayton Hamvention Roundup

• China to Launch 5G Inter-Network Roaming Trial

• FCC Tracks Radio Pirates to America's Last Frontier

• Germany Enters Recession (USA too, numbers can only be fudged for so long)

5/24/2023

• Semiconductor Market Dropped 8.7% in Q1/2023

• IEEE Celebrates Engineering Pioneers & Emerging Technologies

• Top 10 Deficiencies in Electronics Testing Labs

• More Reaction to the "AM for Every Vehicle Act"

• Solar Reactor Generates Unprecedented Amounts of Hydrogen

5/23/2023

• FCC 12 GHz Plan Sides with SpaceX over 5G

• Is the Future of the Datasheet Interactive?

• Novel Method for Converting Heat to Electricity

• 10 μF Ceramic Cap in 0201 – 0603M Package

• Human Rights, Environmental Abuses in SE Asia's Nickel Supply Chains

5/22/2023

• China Wants Higher Quality International Students

• Skyworks Maintains Strong Cash Flow

• Qorvo Quarterly Revenue down 45.7% Y-o-Y

• AM/FM Radio Vital to Movie Summer Push

• 62 New Moons Found Orbiting Saturn

5/19/2023

• Semiconductor Supply Chain Update

• Oxygen-Ion Battery Invented

• Highly Conductive Gel Films

• "Rip and Replace" Cellular Infrastructure Debacle

• Say Goodbye to AM Radio?

5/18/2023

• New Zealand Telcos Boost 5G with 3.5 GHz Spectrum

• 1st "BACN" Communications Relay Plane at Robins AFB, GA (I was stationed there)

• U.S. Universities Building New Semi Workforce

• DARPA Brings 2023 ERI Summit to Seattle

• SpaceX Launches 56 More Starlink Satellites

5/17/2023

• The Amateur Radio Communications Improvement Act Introduced

• Vodafone to Slash 11,000 Jobs (not a typo)

• DoD CIO Overseeing 5G Rollout

• Vodafone UK to Begin 3G Switch off in June

• CRTC Ruling Paves Way for Canadian MVNOs

5/16/2023

• Roaming Data Revenue Hit $10B, But eSIM Looms Large

• 3 Questions For FEMA About AM Radio's Emergency Role

• Germany to Spend €3B to Build Quantum Computer by 2026

• U.S. Needs a "Quantum Oppenheimer" to Beat China

• ADVA Takes Huawei to Court over Patent Pricing

5/15/2023

• Smartphone Shipments down 12.7% Y-o-Y

• Tower Climbers Rally Outside Verizon Shareholder Meeting

• The Physics of Espresso Coffee

• China Aims to Accelerate 5G & 6G in 2024

• Lithium from Geothermal Brines Could Support Vehicle Electrification

5/12/2023

• Mobile Phone Calls Linked to High Blood Pressure

• UMC Fab Intros 40 nm RFSOI Platform to Accelerate 5G mmWave

• All-Female Space Mission Crews More Efficient (...but SCOTUS can't define "female")

• "More Than Moore:" a Glimpse at Future of Computing

• UScellular Lays off Staff Due to Customer Loss

5/11/2023

• ARRL Helps Hams Comply with RF Exposure Evaluation Rules

• India Plans 5G Spectrum Auction in 2024

• Nearshoring Mitigates Counterfeit Component Risks

• Wi-Fi HaLow vs. Bluetooth

• All Things Amateur Radio Association STEM Trailer

5/10/2023

• NTIA Report Shows CBRS Is Working

• Compound Semiconductor Market Growing at 6.1% CAGR

• AI May Put ½ China's Jobs at Risk

• Raytheon, Lockheed Compete for U.S. Space Force Satellite Ground System

• Tunneling Electrons Measured & Controlled

5/9/2023

• Navigating the Fluctuating Electronics Supply Chain

• IEEE Spectrum Wins 11 Editorial Awards

• Atomically Thin Transistors Grown Atop Computer Chips

• Mystery Chinese Spacecraft Returns to Earth After 276 Days

• Tower Firms Eye 5G Mid-band and Small Cells

5/8/2023

• Game-Changing Nanolattice Metamaterials Discovered

• $42,000 Repair on Rivian R1T E-Truck for Dented Rear Bumper

• International Marconi Day: National Parks Director Makes QSO

• China Major Step Toward 6G Wireless Communication

• Stable Photons from Diamond Nanostructures

5/5/2023

• Samsung Electronics Has Worst Quarterly Earnings in 14 Years

• 2023 ARRL Field Day Gear Now Shipping

• Q1 Semi Sales down 8.7% QoQ

• Taking GaN to Next Level of Scalability

• China Planning Moon-Based Research Station

5/4/2023

• IBM to Stop Hiring for Roles That Can Be Replaced by AI

• Norway Irked over Swedish Rocket Crash on Its Turf

• "Juice Jacking" at Public USB Charging Stations

• Red InGaN LEDs for Visible Light Communication

• UK's 1st 100 Gbps 6G Sub-THz Connection

5/3/2023

• AI Tackles Ongoing Chip Shortage

• Smartphone Makers Risk "Drowning" in Excess Inventory

• Selecting Coax Cables for mmWave Testing

• "Smart" Tech Coming to City Near You

• 5G Requires New Approach to Test and Assurance

5/2/2023

• Is AM Radio Worth Saving?

• Dr. Ulrich Rohde Receives IEEE Award

• Can Entanglement Replace GPS?

• Integrated Graphene Scales up Production

• Laser Precisely Measures and Controls Electron Emission

5/1/2023

• Ford Lacks Focus in Cutting AM Radio from Vehicles

• Magnetoresistance Spotted in Near-Pristine Graphene

• UK Space Sector Skills Survey 2023

• Testing of EW Package for Army's AMPV

• GNSS Receivers and Antennas Shrink Size

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