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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - October 2022

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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• FCC Continues Pursuit of Pirate Radio Broadcasters

• U.S. Space Force Expects Budget Growth into 2024

• Kagome Metallic Crystal Adds New Spin to Electronics

• Tesla Under Criminal Investigation for Self-Driving Claims

• Stalkware Planted on 1,000s of Android Device


• 2023 Semis Down 6% as PC, Smartphone Sales Decline

• DARPA Seeks Novel Radar Processing Algorithms

• IMS 2023 Accepting Technical Papers 'Till December 6th

• Antenna Technology Driving 5G Wireless

• Berkeley Nucleonics at 59th Annual AOC International Symposium (Booth 607)


• >33% of Service Providers to Deploy Wi-Fi 7 by 2023

• How CHIPS Act Will Impact Engineers

• Amateur Radio Club Members Assist Law Enforcement

• San Angelo Amateur Radio Club Celebrates 100 Years

• U.S. Army Soldiers Sick from Microsoft's AR Goggles


• Hams Invited to Participate in HAARP Experiments

• U.S. Space Force Narrowband Satellite Communications Solicitation

• Tech Perception Gaps Between Managers and Staff

• UK in Danger of Falling Behind in 5G

• ISS Experiments Reveal Risks for Human Space Flights


• Global Smartphone Market Woes Continue

• UK to Have Its 1st In-Country Space Launch

• ESA Affirms Sateliot's Ability to Connect Standard Cellphone to Satellite

• Communicating with LoRa-Based Satellite in Orbit

• 20-Year NASA Scientist Takes Job in China (surprised? he's Chinese)


• New Fund Helps IEEE-HKN Student Chapters Flourish

• U.S. Hits Chip Smugglers for Russian Arms Makers

• TI Increasing Analog Chip Production at RFAB2 Lab

• Home Heating & Diesel Fuel Supply Critically Low

• UK's CMA Delays Viasat-Inmarsat Acquisition

• What Might the 6G Experience Be Like?


• Direct Satellite-to-Mobile Services Emerge

• Performance Impact of Midband Spectrum

• EU Commission Issues Rules for Automated Driving Systems

• 8" (200 mm) Capacity to Grow 20% by 2025

• Social Media Account Hijacking Jumps 1,000% in Last Year


• Amazon Delays 1st Kuiper Satellite Launch to 2023

• U.S. Electronic Warfare Defenses for Air & Sealift Operations

• Funding Awarded for Sustainable Space Technologies

• InP Market Growing to $5.6B by 2027

• Better Science Communication Can Benefit Everyone


• Imposing "Fair Contribution" onto Big Tech

• Connectivity Standards Alliance Publishes Matter 1.0 Spec

• Women Physicists Find Their Papers Referenced Less

• IEEE 2023 President-Elect Thomas M. Coughlin

• Carriers Battle for Share of Older Americans


• Space Tech Expo Europe - Bremen, Germany, November 15-17

• Limitations on U.S. Midband 5G Spectrum

• How 5G's Rollout Rattled Hundreds of Pilots

• UK Extends Deadline to Remove Huawei 5G

• CHIPS Act Admin Seeks Input


• TSMC Cuts Expansion Plan to $36B as Outlook Sours

• SPCE Program to Push Beyond Power Limitations in Space

• Musk Seeks U.S. Funding of Ukraine Satellite Network

• France Hosts >36k 5G Sites

• TSMC September Revenues up 42.6% YTD


• Q2 Smartphone Shipments Fall 7.3% Y-o-Y

• U.S. Army Looks to Energize Electronic Warfare

• ILWU Issues Causing West Coast Shipping Bottleneck

• Quantum Entanglement Father Alain Aspect Receives Physics Nobel Prize

• Verizon Awarded $1.58B Contract to Modernize U.S. Embassy Comms


• August Chip Sales Flat Y-o-Y

• Social Media Account Hijacking Jumps 1,000% in Last 12 Months

• Microwaves Used in Low-Cost Production of Sodium-Ion Batteries

• World's 1st LEO SatNet with Expandable Antennas

• Supply Chain Sustainability Report


• Slow 5G Rollout Threatens Europe's Digital Goals

• Nighttime Charging of EVs May Overburden the Grid

• NEU Institute for IoT Launches Open6G R&D Center

• GSMA Says Europe's 5G Rollout Is Too Slow

• Synaptic Transistor Mimics the Brain


• SpaceX Analyses Dish's 12 GHz Harm to Starlink

• New GaN HEMT Device Architecture

• NEC Filling RAN Needs from Huawei's Security Problems

• OEM Requirements for Standardized Electronic Documentation

• Behind the SiC Market Growth


• RF GaAs Device Revenue to Hit $9.3B by 2026

• EU Favors Mandating Common Mobile Device Chargers

• Middle-Mile FCC Funding Applications Top $5.5B

• Cosmic Rays Reveal Spectral Structures at High Energies

• Spain Launches Its 1st Commercial III-V Semi Foundry


• Micron's $100B IC Fab in Syracuse, New York

• French Navy Bets on EW to Counter Anti-ship Threats

• ARRL Club Grant Application Open Until November 4th

• The When and How of Rural 5G

• Earth "Well-Hidden" from Extraterrestrial Civilizations (per our limited knowledge)


• Satellite iPhone Game Changer or Dud?

• Nanowires Enable More Powerful Computer Chips

• Supply Chain Sustainability Report

• 6-Qubit Quantum Processor in Silicon

• Getting Conflict Minerals out of Supply Chain (how about human exploitation minerals?)


• FOD Clings to Ingenuity 'Copter on Mars

• The Nobel Prize Season Is Here

• Disposable Paper Battery Developed

• Final Phase of Chinese Space Station Completed

• Bitcoin as Environmentally Costly as Beef Production (Bitcoin farts destroying the Earth)

• Election Software CEO Arrested for Storing U.S. Data on Chinese Servers  


• RF GaAs Device Revenue Declining in 2022

• European Microwave Week 2022 Wrapup

• ITU Gets Its 1st Female Leader

• U.S. Space Force Surveillance Telescope Operational in Australia

• Fibre Frustration in Germany


• Ionics Replace Electronics in Analog 16x16 Multiplier

• Report: RF Front-End Module Architectures in iPhones 2017-2021

• FCC Adds China Unicom, PacNet to National Security Threat List

• Semicon Taiwan 2022 Wrapup

• U.S. DoD is Intel Foundry's #1 Customer

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