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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - January 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.

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2023: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2022: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2021: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2020: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2019: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2018: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

2017: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec


• ETSI Partners with 6G-IA for EU Research & Standards

• 3 Network Trends Impacting Wireless Workforce

• China Leads Global Patent Race

• FCC Mandates Security Updates for Wireless Devices

• Deutsche Telekom Launches Its Own 5G Phones


• Quarterly Smartphone Shipments Fall Record 18.3% YoY

• EU, U.S. Making Moves to Address Ethics in AI

• PM's Asked to Support UK Semiconductor Strategy

• Superior, Lower Cost Military-Grade GaN Process Developed

• The State of C-V2X


• 5G FWA Expansion Networks to Utilize 26.5-67 GHz

• Wireless EV Charging Could Pose Threat to AM Reception

• Evidence and Expertise to Guide U.S. Spectrum Policy

• Pentagon Must Act Now on Quantum Computing to Beat Rivals

• Stacked Chips Could Ignite Computing at the Edge


• Winter Field Day 2023 Dates are January 28 and 29

• NIST Joins O-RAN Alliance

• Amateur Satellite FalconSAT-3 Nears Reentry

• Pentagon Strategy for Integrated Satellite Comms Networks

• Russia Sending Rescue Vehicle to ISS for Stranded Cosmonauts


• 2023 Semi Foundries to Fall 4%

• Diverging Worlds of SiC and GaN Semiconductors

• Arctic Sweden in Race for Europe's Satellite Launches

• Hypersonic Weapons Tap Wi-Fi Bandwidth for Communication

• Transpacific Unity Cable System Doubles Capacity


• German Students Use AI to Prevent Nanosatellite Collisions

• Record Output Power in 150 GHz Band Using GaAs Technology

• Billion-Qubit Quantum Computing Chips a Step Closer

• Google Announces 12,000 Layoffs

• FCC Sets Quadrennial Ownership Review Deadlines


• Spain Allowing of 26 GHz Band for 5G Private Networks

• 5G and Metaverse Crucial Technologies for 2023

• FCC Fines Q Link Wireless $62M for Alleged ACP Fraud

• Global PC Shipments Slump 30% in Q4 2022

• Dilbert's Scott Adams Claims "Anti-Vaxxers Win" (anti-clot-shotters, more accurately)


• Global Smartphone Market Sees Worst Performance in Decade

• Turning Abandoned Mines into Storage Batteries

• U.S. Cities Deploying Community Wi-Fi

• Tesla Slashes EV Prices up to 20% in U.S. & Europe

• Microsoft Cutting 10,000 Jobs (Bill G. should fix MS rather than telling us to eat bugs)


FCC's Huawei "Rip & Replace" Program Faces Challenges

• Impact of 6G Telecommunications on Society

• Qualcomm Introduces World's 1st Satellite-Based Two-Way Messaging

• Will Private Networks Inch Us Closer to 5G's Promise?

• Pentagon to Restore U.S. Superiority in Hypersonics


• Satellite Industry Stokes Disruption Concerns for Telcos

• November Semi Sales Fall

• HAARP Thanks Amateur Radio Operators for Help

• China Slave Labor Crackdown Hurts Solar Industry

• Tesla Still Dominates EV Market


• The EU "Fair Contribution" (aka Tax) on Bandwidth

• Investigating the Need for Engineering Internships

• MIT Creates Safer and Lighter Lithium Battery

• FAA Says $26M Covers Costs to Prevent 5G Interference

• New Form of Carbon Discovered

• Clot Shot "Unexplained Deaths" Overwhelming Morgues


• NTIA to Develop National Spectrum Strategy in 2023

• China's Quantum Computing Claims Raise Eyebrows in U.S.

• Lynk Launches 2 More Cellular-Equipped Satellites

• U.S. Factory Activity Slumps on Weak Demand

• Impact of 6G Telecommunications on Society


• Electronic Components Gluts and Shortages

• Iridium and Qualcomm Collaborate on Satellite-to-Smartphone Messaging

• Gigabit Broadband Legal Requirement in New UK Homes (gov't run amok again)

• Laser-Powered Drone Can Stay Aloft "Forever"

• What CEO's Really Think of Supply Chain Disruption


• FCC Eyes Broadcast Regulation Reform in 2023

• 5G Means Big Changes for Large Public Venues

• Take Part in "The Engineer" 2023 Salary Survey

• UK's 1st Satellite Launched from Home Soil Fails to Make Orbit

• N2O Higher from Soils Lacking Organic Matter (no laughing matter - get it?)


• U.S. Military Chip Supply Is Dangerously Low

• Decline in Disruptive Concepts Since mid-20th Century (hard to believe)

• New, Faster Type of Quantum Computer

• Past, Present, and Future of Ultra-Wideband Technology

• HV ESD Protection Required for Automotive Ethernet


• DARPA's JUMP 2.0 Aimed at Microelectronics Revolution

• Spain's Sateliot to Launch 1st Dedicated 5G IoT Satellites

• More Hams Headed for International Space Station

• Keysight + 16 Organizations Create Pan-European 6G Testbed

• Q1 NAND Price to Fall 10-15%


• Amateur Radio Operations at U.S. Military Academies

• France Ends 2022 with 38,132 5G Sites

• Nanosatellite Constellation for Space-Based IoT Service

• Huawei Plans Huge Presence at MWC Barcelona 2023

• Heads Up! NASA Research Satellite Re-Entering Atmosphere Tonight


• UK to Embrace Overseas Talent to Become Science Superpower

• Rallying Cry from IMEC CEO

• Arizona State U. Developing Diamond and Boron Nitride Transistors

• Holiday Season Sees Onslaught of Ransomware, DDoS Attacks

• China 5G Mobile Shipments 173M January to October


• Huawei Has Pulled Itself out of Crisis Mode

• Inducing Useful Defects Using Invisible Material Properties

• Canada's Competition Tribunal Clears Rogers-Shaw Merger

• Poor Year for Wearables

• 5 Forces to Lead in 2023 and Beyond


• Time for mmWave 2.0?

• Korean Semi Production Has Worst Month Since 2009

• NTIA Spending $1.5B to Promote Open RAN

• UK, Japan to Cooperate on Open RAN

• China Tests "Lobster Eye" Telescope


• Ultra-Wideband 5G Receiver Based on Harmonic Selection

• Huawei 2022 Revenue Steady as U.S. Sanctions Impact Wanes

• FCC Deals with 13 GHz Band

• Iridium Introduces its NextGen Satellite IoT Data Service

• 20-Year Mystery of Stable Chiral Nanostructures Solved


• UK Announces £110M Package to Accelerate 5G and 6G R&D

• TSMC Holds 3 nm Landmark Ceremony

• 6 Best EE Times Stories of 2022

• U.S. Air Force sees 5G as Future Battlefield Connector

• Charter to Deploy Wi-Fi 6E in 6 GHz Band

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