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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - December 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.

All the News Fit to Link™

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12/29/2023

• IEEE Awards for Engineering Brilliance

• Tesla Robot Attacks Engineer at Texas Plant

• Charging Station Goes Boom, EV Won't Work

• ARRL's 2023 Year of the Volunteers Success

• Illegal Aliens Under Biden Exceeds Population of 22 States (they're living in hotels at our expense, not cleaning them - with free meals, clothing, cellphones, medical, education, transportation, voting instructions, ...)

12/28/2023

• mmWave Remains Underutilized Despite Thirst for Spectrum

• Your Car Stores Your Text Messages (and more)

• 5G Connections up 71% YoY in Q3

• Top RF & Microwave White Papers on everything RF in 2023

• EE Times Europe's Top 5 Stories from 2023

12/27/2023

• Musk's Hyperloop Shuts Down

• GM Dealer Chat Bot Agrees to Sell 2024 Chevy Tahoe for $1

• Mobile Roaming Revenues to Hit $45B in 2024

• Raytheon Shake-up Brought Under Control

• Electronic Design's Best of 2023

12/26/2023

• ½ of Buick Dealers Take Buyout Rather Than Sell EVs

• Transparency Key Growth Driver for Suppliers

•  ESA Leads the Way Towards a Zero Space Debris Future (goals unrealistic and burdensome)

• 5G Networks Cover 90% of Germany

• Chinese Scientists Extract Uranium from Seawater

12/25/2023

• ARRL Headquarters and W1AW Holiday Schedule

• Merry Christmas from Electronics Weekly!

• Electronic Design's Best of 2023

• Microsoft Rollback for Users Affected by Windows Wireless Futility

• U.S. Utilities to Be 100% Renewable by 2060 (maybe if nuclear included)

12/22/2023

• Samsung Stumbling at Silicon's Leading Edge

Top 10 Fabless Grow 17.8%

• Nippon Steel Corporation to Acquire U.S. Steel (another one bites the dust)

• 2024 Predictions: 3GPP and Ambient IoT

• Mechanics of Solid-State Energy

12/21/2023

• U.S. Wi-Fi Industry Declares Victory at WRC-23

• Ofcom Wants to Ban Inflation-Linked Price Hikes

• China Unveils Space War-Gaming System for Military Ops

• Next-Gen Wi-Fi 7 Standard Finalized in Early 2024

• Laser-Assisted Separation for Freestanding GaN

12/20/2023

• FCC Denies Starlink Broadband Deployment Subsidies (anti-Musk bias)

• 2024 ARRL National Convention to Be at Hamvention

• Taiwan and Korea Foundry Share Shrinks

• U.S. Space Command Fully Operational 4 Years After Reinstatement

• Ofcom Cracks down on Misleading Fibre Advertising

12/19/2023

• Houthis Tanker Attacks in Red Sea Impacts Global Supply

• AM/FM Listeners Have High Holiday Spend, Ad Engagement

• Wi-Fi 7 Fuelling Broadband Services Revolution

• Civilian Satellites Descend into Very Low Earth Orbit

• Huawei Building Mobile Equipment Factory in France in 2024

12/18/2023

• Strongest Solar Flare of Cycle 25 Hit Earth

• Engineering 4th Most Trusted Profession

• Year-End Planning Tips for Electronics Buyers

• Hidden Quantum State Discovered

• Purdue Wins SiC Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against ST

12/15/2023

• Christmas Decorations May Slow Your Wi-Fi Speed

• Q4 Smartphone Shipments up 10% Sequentially

• Improving the Sustainability of Electronics

• Leveraging Reshoring Trends

• FY2024 Defense Policy Bill Passed

12/14/2023

• WRC-23 Reaches Acceptable Conclusion on 23-cm Issue

• UK Has Semiconductor Skills Shortage

• October Semi Sales up 3.9% Q-o-Q

• U.S. Must Dominate in Space to Win Future Wars

• NASA Repairs Hubbell Telescope Gyro

12/13/2023

• Bandwidth Limits Replace Symbol Rates on HF Bands

• 7.9% Q3 Growth for Top 10 Foundries

• Nearly 80% of Yale Grades Were A's (worthless)

• Japan's Docomo Leads HAPS Project

• Li-Fi Might Be Better Than Wi-Fi

12/12/2023

• Over-the-Air Still Overwhelming Choice for Radio Listening

• Glasgow Now Satellite Manufacturing Capital of Europe

• DigiKey on Strategic Procurement for 2024

• Smartphone Production Rebounds by 13% in Q3

• Rapid Rise of Chinese EV Makers

12/11/2023

• 3GPP to Officially Begin Development of the 6G Specification

• Electronic Components Supply Network: Cautious Optimism for 2024

• Q3 SEMI Billings down 11% Y-o-Y

• ARDC and ARRL $2.1M for the Next Generation of Amateur Radio

• Supply Chain Issues Highlighted by U.S. Government

12/8/2023

• New Amateur Extra-Class Question Pool Released

• Running Background Checks on Today's Celebrity Scientists

• Q4 Return to Growth for Smartphone Market

• China Opens World's Deepest Laboratory

• 2021-2023 EVs Report 80% More Problems Than ICE Vehicles

12/7/2023

• FCC Approves Request for Pearl Harbor Day Crossband Operations

• New Zealand to Ban Cellphones in Schools

• Telecom Trends for 2024 (the prognostications begin)

• Best Buy Retreats from Wireless Retail, Walmart Plows Ahead

• S. Korea & N. Korea Each Launch Their 1st Spy Satellites

12/6/2023

• Chinese LiDAR on DoD Threat-Detection Radar

• Radio Ad Revenue to Remain Flattish in 2024

• 2024 Global State of Procurement Report

• EV Cabin Heating & Deicing Reduces Range - Solution: Use Combustion Fuels for Heat (I kid you not)

• Single Bitcoin Transaction Uses as Much Water as Backyard Swimming Pool

12/5/2023

• Alarm over Manufacturing Design Data Security

• ITRI and 6G-SANDBOX Join Forces

• ARRL Section Manager Election Results

• Telstra Spends Big in Australian 5G Auction

• Chinese Rocket Booster Hit Moon with Secret Payload

12/4/2023

• Nominate a Coworker for an IEEE Top-Level Award (RF Cafe?)

• SpaceX to Test Satellite-to-Phone System

• China Selling Quantum ICs to Middle East

• National Spectrum Strategy Focuses on Dynamic Spectrum Sharing

• Spoofing Windows Fingerprint Login to Access Laptop

12/1/2023

• Massive Study Discounts Internet Effect on Mental Health

• China Cities Soar in Science Ranking, U.S. and EU Drop (China's leaders not flooding country with foreign invaders)

• Diamonds Keep Radars Cool

• DOE Announces $42M for 15 ULTRAFAST Projects

• Top500 Ranking of Supercomputers

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