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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - August 2023

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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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8/31/2023

• FCC Approves ARRL Petition to Aid Emergency Communications

• eSIM Shipments Forecast to Boom

• Electron Dipole Moment Measured to Unprecedented Precision

• China, Russia Accuse Japan of Dumping Fukushima Waste Water

• Russian Luna 25 Moon Probe Crash Lands

8/30/2023

• Semiconductor Winter Is Coming

• RAN Market Downturn Steeper Than Expected

• Pentagon Building Tiny Missile Defense Satellites Swarm

• Terahertz Technology for Quantum Sensing

• Intel Cancels $5.4B Acquisition of Tower Semiconductor

8/29/2023

• Russia's 2035 Telecoms Strategy Tackles 5G Spectrum Woes

• Negative Perceptions Exacerbate Engineering Skills Shortages

• FCC, FEMA Schedule Nationwide October EAS Test

• Solid-State Batteries Make Electric Cars Safer

• DARPA Exploring Technology for Moon-Based Economy

8/28/2023

• Ericsson Makes World's 1st 6CC Data Call

• 44% of Manufacturing Employees Plan to Quit

• Candidates Named for ARRL Director and Vice Director

• "Genius" Biochemist Kunliang Guan Returns to China

• Satellite Startup Opens Colorado Factory

8/25/2023

Magnetic Tape Storage Only 3% Carbon Footprint of HDD

• U.S. DoE 2023 Critical Materials Assessment

• AM Radio Legislating When It Should Be Innovating?

• Potential of Long-Range WPT

• China Looking to Colonize / Dominate Moon

8/24/2023

• Apple Fined $550M for Throttling iPhone Speed

• China Barely Affected by U.S. Tech Ban

• Lower 12 GHz a Win-Win-Win for Consumers

• New Type of Quantum Bit Achieved

• Diamond Microparticles Fight Semiconductor Counterfeiting

8/23/2023

• FCC Looking Next Generation Attorneys

• UK Manufacturers Massively Hamstrung by Lack of Skills

• MI & UT Tax EVs per Mile, MI Next

• Skyworks' June-Quarter Revenue Down 13% YoY

• Physics World Careers 2023 Guide

8/22/2023

• Tropical Storm Hilary: Amateur Radio Activates

• Ga and Ge Restrictions Impact Tech Supply Chain

• U.S. Army Testing Comms Gear for Different Fighting Styles

• Wireless Competition Looking Good

• Qualcomm Claims Sub-6 GHz Speed Record

8/21/2023

• U.S. Declares Chinese Tech Development a National Emergency

• Amateur Radio Emergency Service in Maui

• Marki Acquires Precision Millimeter Wave Waveguide Business

• Chemical Contamination on International Space Station

• China Taps Thinner Coal Seams as Energy Security Drives Push for Fossil Fuel

8/18/2023

• Digitpeating Amateur Radio Satellites Approved

• Copper Shortage Threat Real

• LEO in the Ascendancy

• GPT-3 Reasons About as Well as College Student (a "<Fill-in-the-blank> Studies" major)

• Liquid-Metal CaSb Battery Energy Storage for the Grid

8/17/2023

• Gallium and Germanium Restrictions Impact the Tech Supply Chain

• Polish Operators Line up for 5G Spectrum Auction

• Dish Continues to Bleed Wireless Customers

• Supercapacitor Made From Cement

• China Cyberthreat Demands Airtight Public-Private Response

8/16/2023

• OTA Broadcast Radio Loses Ground to Streaming

• Maury Microwave Acquires Wireless Telecom Group

• DARPA on Quest for New Quantum Materials

• Pentagon to Demo Drone Swarm Destruction Capability

• When Autonomous Vehicles Collide

8/15/2023

• Radio Has Been Maui's "Only Lifeline"

• 95% of Cell Sites Down in Maui's Wildfire Areas

• Government-Ordained Technocensorship

• Quasi-1D Plasmon Polariton Transparent Metadevices

• Real-Life "Freeze Ray" Possibly Produced

8/14/2023

• Talent Gap in RF Development Engineering

• Qualcomm Earnings Plummet Amid Continued Smartphone Slump

• Nuclear Strategic Plan Needed to Deliver 24GW by 2050

• 4th Dimension Metamaterial Breakthrough

• AI Tricked into Prohibited Responses

8/11/2023

• Massive Solar Flare Knocks out Radio Signals

• UK Government Unveils £40M Funding for 5G Innovation

• Intel Returns to Profitability

• Project GW Satellite to Rival Elon Musk's Starlink

• Quantum Bit Achieved in Semiconductor Nanostructures

8/10/2023

• Hawaii: "911 is down. Cell service is down. Phone service is down" - AM Radio Still Works

• Wound-Rotor EV Motors Eliminate Rare Earth Magnets

• Counterfeit Components Threat Spikes

• Semi Industry to Form New Alliance Restricting Exports to China

• China and France Dissolve 19-Year Scientific Partnership

8/9/2023

• U.S. Semiconductor Workforce Shortage Reaching Criticality

• China Tower Ends H1 with 2.06M Telecom Towers (a really huge#)

• Wi-Fi Energy Efficiency Beats 5G

• Spalling-Induced GaN Lift-off and Transfer

• Major e-Bus, Battery Maker Proterra Files for Bankruptcy

8/8/2023

• NPL Adopts Better-Than-Atomic Optical Clock Time Standard

• Rhode & Schwarz to Host Interactive EMC Design Challenge

• U. Arkansas to Build Groundbreaking SiC Research Facility

• The "Gray Zone" of Global Military Competition

• Ford Losing >$3B on EV Line (despite massive gov't/taxpayer subsidies)

8/7/2023

• ARRL Files Comments Against "Seriously Flawed" HF Rules Petition

• Smartphone Vulnerability Allows Hackers to Track User Location

• Hurdles to Spectrum Harmonization for Private 5G

• Indian Lunar Landing Mission Enters Moon Orbit

• Comcast Building Self-Healing National Network

8/4/2023

• World's 1st 5G Roaming Connection in Space

• AM for Every Vehicle Act Passes to Senate Floor

• Iridium Pushes D2D Activations into 2024

• Education Alliance Aims to Strengthen Future Talent Pools

• Crown Castle Cutting 15% of Workforce

8/3/2023

• 6G Networks Push New Boundaries

• Recovery in Sight for Global Smartphone Market

• Singapore Cutting 3G Services in 2024

• Lynk Claims World's 1st Satellite Smartphone Call

• Tech Industry Ethics Teams (an oxymoron?)

8/2/2023

• Suing AI Companies for Copyright Infringement

• Chinese PhD Grads Returning to China Rather Than Stay in U.S.

• Semiconductor Procurement Tips

• New Waveguide Changing How Data Is Transferred

• NAB Unveils 2023 Marconi Radio Award Nominees

8/1/2023

• World's 1st Totally AI OTA Radio Station

• Q2 Wafer Shipments up 2% Q-o-Q

• China, Russia Science Collaboration Increasing

• Virgin Media O2 to Lay Off 10% of Workforce

• Better If Everyone Thinks Like a Scientist?

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