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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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1/31/2024

• New Spectrum Required for 5G-A, 6G Networks

• Creating Sustainable Organic Semiconductors

• Graphene-Based Semiconductor Useful Bandgap & High Electron Mobility

• FCC Issues More Pirate Radio Notices

• Open RAN to Take 6-8% of Total RAN

1/30/2024

• everything RF Publishes Its 2nd Print Magazine

• FCC Proposes $1.2M Fine for Noncompliant Radio Devices

• IEEE Medal of Honor Goes to TCP/IP Designer Bob Kahn

• How Canada's Chip Sector Could Get Its Groove Back

• Big 3 Carriers File Comments re National Spectrum Strategy

1/29/2024

• U.S. Space Force Narrowband SATCOM Program Contracts Let

• YLISSB Celebrates 61 Years on the Air

• Military Space Technology USA Conference 2024 in Los Angeles

• Canada Must Double down on Chip Industry Talent

• China 10 Years Behind and Staying There

1/26/2024

• High Performance Antennas for Glass-Roof for Cars

• Going on Offensive over Spectrum Imbalance

• Amplifier Classes and Other Important RF Specifications

• NASA Reestablishes Communications with Mars Perseverance Heli

• ARRL Kids Day a Success in Nebraska

1/25/2024

• Skills Shortage Exacerbated by "Lost" Math Pupils

• China Restricting Rare Earth Magnet Tech to Catch Japan

• Laser on Chip Changing the Photonics World

• Guerrilla RF Revenue Nearly Doubles in Q4 2023

• Idiots Want to Rename Magellanic Coulds

1/24/2024

• SpaceX Launches 1st Starlink Satellites for Direct to Cell Service

• Radio Forecast Sees AM/FM Revenue Climb into 2032

• CES No Longer Mainly a Telecom Event

• Google Building $1B Data Centre in UK

• Consider This Next Time You Fly (inc'l severe intellectual and psychological disabilities)

1/23/2024

• Urgent Need for Chip Fab Construction Talent

• TSMC Expects 25% Growth This Year

• Automotive Electronics Center Stage at CES 2024

• Boosting the U.S. Semiconductor Supply Chain

• Lightning Flashes Help Predict Storms

1/22/2024

• Alliance Raises Curtain on Wi-Fi 7

• China Preparing to Dump Legacy ICs on Market

• 6G Key to Samsung Electronics' Future

• Predictive Procurement Supply Chain Philosophy

• National Rocket and Space Center for New Mexico

1/19/2024

• Contaminating the Night Sky with Satellite Swarms

• DOE Scandal re EV Efficiency Rating (WSJ - baseless 6.67x multiplier applied)

• 5 Votes Stand Between AM Act and Senate Victory

• India a Global Electronics Manufacturing Hub

• Chinese Companies Turning to Huawei for AI Chips

1/18/2024

• Hertz Dumping 20,000 EVs - People Don't Want Them

• Navy Reports Successful Test of New AN/SPY-6 Radar

• 5G Revenues to Jump 32% in 2024

• Dish Cuts Jobs Amid Spectrum Reshuffle

• Macom Announces 140 nm GaN-on-Silicon Carbide Process

1/17/2024

• ARRL Responds to FCC Proposals

• Korea Building $471B Semiconductor Mega Cluster

• Ferroelectric Memristors and Exotic Materials to Drive AI

• November Semi Sales up 5.3% Y-o-Y

• China Military Acquires Nvidia ICs Despite U.S. Ban

1/16/2024

• EV Batteries Dying from Severe Cold, Drivers Stranded

• Modern Cars a Privacy Nightmare

• Chinese Navy Uses Other Countries' Radar to Locate, Track Ships

• LG and Samsung Making TVs Disappear

• SETI Institute Unlocking Mysteries of the Universe

1/15/2024

• Boosting the U.S. Semiconductor Supply Chain

• NextGen Wi-Fi 7 Standard Finalization Expected Early 2024

• Revolution in Radiative Decay Imaging

• China Launches Einstein Space X-Ray Observatory

• Dynamic Performance of Vertical GaN JFETs

1/12/2024

• India Excluding 600 MHz in Upcoming Spectrum Auction

• U.S. Planned Return of Astronauts to Moon Delayed Until 2026

• London Explores Free City-Wide Wi-Fi Network

• Generative AI's Visual Plagiarism Problem

• Unifying Gravity and Quantum Mechanics

1/11/2024

• Wi-Fi Alliance Unveils Wi-Fi Certified 7

• AM/FM Radio March Madness Advertising Reach and Frequency

• T-Mobile Tops 3.6 Gbps in 6-CA Test

• mm-Wave Radar Sensor for Satellite Radar Architectures

• UK Broadband Usage Rose 9% in 2023

1/10/2024

• 5G Market Evolution Report Highlights 6G Investment

• FCC's ACP Winding down w/o Funding

• Now, Monolayer Black Phosphorus and GeAs Transistors

• Rocket Lab to Build Satellites for Space Development Agency

• Ace Mathematician Sun Song Leaves U.S. for China

1/9/2024

• Large Cash Reserves Fueling RF and Microwave M&A

• Chinese & U.S. Scientists Create Graphene Semiconductor

• EU Willing to Go to War over Lithium?

• 2023 Semiconductor Market Roundup

• Skyworks' Scalable Noise Suppression Software

1/8/2024

• Cell-to-Satellite Market Still Evolving

• FCC Opens 2024 Hunting Radio Pirates in Hotbed NYC

• India to Allow Telcos to Lease out Spectrum

• China Tops EV Market, Beats Tesla

• Perovskite Lasers Could Be a Thing

1/6/2024

• AM/FM Radio Drives Auto Parts Purchasing

• Radars and Missile Interceptors for Army Air Defense

• Another Semiconductor Super Cycle in 2024

• Female-Led Firms Don't Attract Funds

• Europe Aims for Leadership Role in Quantum Computing

1/5/2024

• Amazon Kuiper Ready to Challenge to Musk's Starlink

• China's Secret Space Plane Emits Strong Signal over North America

• Microsoft's Copilot Rises from the Ashes of Bob and Clippy (something new to hate)

• What Does 2024 Have in Store for Telecoms?

• China to Revive Top Science Awards

1/4/2024

• Nokia's 5G Drone-in-a-Box Certified by FCC

• China, Russia Test Hack-Proof Quantum Communications for BRICS

• IEEE: 2024 Will Be an Exciting Year in Tech

• 10 Top Physics World Stories in 2023

• An Alternative to Lithium-Ion Batteries

1/3/2024

• U.S. Manufacturing Sector Contracts for 13th Straight Months

• ARRL's Year of the Volunteers Success

• Eight Drivers for 2024 IC Market

• U.K. 5G Landmass Coverage Increases

• EETimes' Top 5 Stories from 2023

1/2/2024

• everythingRF List of Mergers & Acquisitions in 2023

• IEEE Spectrum's Top Telecom Stories of 2023

• SpaceX to Test Direct-to-Cellular Connections

• USPTO Extends a Helping Hand

• Harvard Unveils World's 1st Logical Quantum Processor

1/1/2024

• ARRL Straight Key Night - January 1, 2024

• Korea's Soaring Semis

• Open RAN Issues During 2023

• USAF Plans Autonomous Flight Tests for Drone Wingmen

• EPSNews' Top 5 Stories from 2023

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