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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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11/30/2023

• China Complete Largest Solar Farm on Earth

• U.S. Pays AT&T to Allow Warrantless Search of Phone Records

• Australia Licenses 3.4-4 GHz Band in Remote Areas

• Nokia Backs Ultra Ethernet Consortium (UEC)

• China Adding Hypersonic Near-Space Command to Military

11/29/2023

• India Approves OneWeb Satellite Internet

• Risk & Resilience Top Supply Chain Priority

• Apple Makes an About-Face on RCS

• NIST Extend Comment Period for National Standards Strategy for CETs

• China Unicom Gains in Private 5G Network Business

11/28/2023

• Consumer Spending Report Touts AM/FM Radio Benefits

• 5G Market to Grow to $128B by 2026

• Brain Scans Show Zoom Meeting Fatigue

• FCC on Minimum Speed Benchmark for Broadband

• Bezos 417' Yacht Produces 447x Annual Carbon Footprint of Average Person

11/27/2023

DARPA Next-Gen Semiconductor Manufacturing Hub

• RF Front-End Market 10% CAGR 2023-28

• Ford Building Gigafactory w/China's CATL

• Deutsche Telekom to exit Romania

• Amazon Bankrolling Lobbying Against Microsoft Azure

11/24/2023

• Huawei's Mate 60 Pro Quantum-Encrypted Phone Calls (only CCP can listen in)

• Has Chip Market Bottomed Out?

• Anti-Counterfeit Packaging Sector Braces for Growth

• AM/FM Radio Is a Farmer's Best Friend

• UK Manufacturing Delivers Productivity Boost

11/23/2023

• Radio Astronomers Want Antenna on Far Side of Moon (ideal radio silence)

• Software-First Satellites Key Growth Drivers in Space Comms

• China's GPS-like BeiDou Navigation System Milestone

• Independent Radio's Agility Is Its Strength

• U.S. Wants Big Tech to Pay Broadband Network Costs

11/22/2023

• GlobalFoundries Launching Student Loan Repayment

• China Launches World's Fastest Internet @1.2 Tbps

• Ethernet Going Strong After 50 Years (I still use it)

• Women in Electronics

• $100k Tool Bag Lost in Space During Spacewalk

11/21/2023

• Court Rules OK for Cars to Harvest & Store Your Synced Cellphone Data

• AI's Impact on Engineering Workplace

• Ofcom Lines up mmWave Spectrum Auction

• U.S. Reenters the Nuclear Fuel Game

• Dish Lays off >500 in Colorado

11/20/2023

• Operators to Lose $3B in SMS Business Revenue

• Pentagon Fails 6th Straight Audit ($T's involved)

• AI Proves Its Worth in Manufacturing

• 6G-SANDBOX Project Unites Europe and Asia for 6G Research

• China Dominating Commercial Seaports Worldwide

11/17/2023

• U.S. Spectrum Plan to Ease Frequency Frustrations

• Qualcomm and Iridium End Satellite Chip Partnership

• FCC Queries SpaceX over Direct-to-Mobile Satellite Services

• Ultra-Fast Lasers on Ultra-Tiny Chips

• Big Tech Using Fear of AI to Scare up Profits

11/16/2023

• Vietnam Sets Sights on Becoming Semiconductor Hub

• Samsung AI Could Provide Real-Time Translation

• Purdue (Parvoo) Report Highlights 12 Technologies Used by 6G

• Satellite-to-Ground 5G Connectivity Boosts Rural Access

• Vishay Buys Nexperia Wafer Fab

11/15/2023

• "Impossible" mm-Wave Sensor Developed

• $3.5B Earmarked for U.S. Electric Grid Modernization

• China's Research Grants Grow Exponentially

• Viasat Cuts Workforce Following Inmarsat Acquisition

• 1st-Ever Worked All States Certificate for 33-Centimeter Band

11/14/2023

• ARRL Hails FCC Action to Remove Symbol Rate Restrictions

• 6G Cost/GB May Pose Problems

• AM/FM Dominates Spoken Word Listening In-Car

• UK Sets up Quantum Standards Body

• FCC Issue Citations for Harmful Interference in Surveillance Cameras

11/13/2023

• EU Extends Date of Expanded Radio Equipment Requirements

• Room-Temperature Superconductivity Retracted

• Addressing the 5G Satellite Testing Challenge

• DoCoMo Targets 2040 for Carbon Neutral Supply Chain

• Offshore Wind Farm Developer Ørsted Sees Renewables Bust

11/10/2023

• ARRL Veterans Day Special Events

• Bell Canada Cuts Capex to Punish CRTC

• Counterfeit Parts Rock Airline Industry

• GPT-4 Falls Short of Turing Threshold

• Craigslist, Wikipedia, Zillow Top Fastest U.S. Websites

11/9/2023

• Molecular Glue Paves Way to 3D-Printed Semiconductors

• Amazon "Project Nessie" Price Raising Algorithm Netted >$1B

• Global Smartphone Market Bottomed Out

• Offshore Wind Farms Can "Steal" from One Another

• Amazon's Army of 750,000 Robots to Eliminate Human Workers

11/8/2023

• The EV Battery "Breakthrough"

• Apple to Spend Billion$ to Catch up on AI

• Smartphone Shipments on Track for Recovery

• Vodafone Sells out of Spain for €5B

• American Tower Q3 Revenues up 5.5% YoY

11/7/2023

• Semiconductor Market Update

• Lithium Goldmine: Decades of Sustainable Geothermal Extraction

• Ericsson Launches "India 6G" Project

• Deutsche Telekom Fiber Network Overbuild Prevention

• Huawei Revenue Increased of 2.4% YoY

11/6/2023

• 23 Starlink Internet Satellites Launched after Aborted Mission

• Highest Net Worth Americans Listen to 8 Radio Formats

• FCC Okays E-Rate Funds to Equip School Busses with Wi-Fi

• Aerospace Firms Addressing the ESD Problem

• RF Sputtering of Gallium Oxide on Diamond

11/3/2023

• 2023 Wafer Shipments down 14% YoY

• Rebuilding Ukraine's Digital Infrastructure (we're paying for it all!)

• Material Selection Can Make or Break Your PCB

• U.S. Building New Nuclear Gravity Bomb

• Vulnerabilities of Watermarking AI Generated Content

11/2/2023

• FCC Vote to Removing Symbol Rate Restrictions

• What to Look for in Value-Added Electronics Distributor

• Lucid EV Makes "Startling Loud Band" During Testing

• Communications Research Institute Unveils 6G R&D

• SiFive Lays off 20% of Employees

11/1/2023

• Ofcom Pushes Net Neutrality Overhaul

• Chinese Scientist Wins Top U.S. Physics Prize

• How E-Waste Mining Can Pay Off

• Using Amateur Radio to Play Chess

• McFlation: Revenue Soars After McDonald's Hikes Prices

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