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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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6/30/2023

• IEEE Mentoring Program to Accelerate Your Engineering Career

• Global Massive MIMO Market to Grow 38.5% CAGR

• 3 Governments Investing in New Fabs Pledge Cooperation

• Cal Poly Amateur Radio Club Achieves 2,000th Licensee

• Pay TV Dropping to 38% of U.S. Households by 2027

6/29/2023

• Wipro Opens 1st U.S. 5G Test Facility

• FCC's 42 GHz on Potential Collision Course with Big Telco

• "Dashboard Dialogue" Confirms Value of In-Car Radio

• Intel to Build $4.6B Assembly and Test Plant in Poland

• UK Announces £45M Boost for Quantum Technology

6/28/2023

• Report on Future 6G Systems by Next G Alliance

• Global Collaboration Drives Advances in Small Satellite Industry

• U.S. Throws $700M at Rural Fiber

• Intel's German Fab Subsidy to Upped to €9.9B

• Mini-Circuits Appoints Jin Bains as CEO

6/27/2023

Radio's Reach vs. Revenue

• Apple Ditches Intel for Mac Processors

• EU Tells Members to Ban Huawei and ZTE

• Japan Military Considers Using Musk's Starlight Satellite Service

• AM for Every Vehicle Act 1-on-1 w/Senator Cruz

6/26/2023

• BAW RF Filter Foundry Has Plans for 20 GHz

• Lack of Spectrum Challenges 5G Rollout in India

• SpaceX Launches 47 More Starlink Satellites

• AI Could Give China Upper Hand to Surpass U.S.

• IBM 127 Qb Quantum Computer Beats Traditional Computers

6/23/2023

FCC ULS Reopened, Except Electronic Batch Filing System

• UK Defence Lab Forms Google AI Pact

• Machine-Learning Tool Easily Spots ChatGPT's Writing

• EU Tech Collaboration Aims for €21.8B Budget

• China Ends 2023 with 2.9M 5G Base Stations

6/22/2023

• Chinese Telcos Advance Towards 5.5G

• Secondary Market Can Help Tame E-Waste Crisis

• UK Government Announces Telecoms Initiatives

• Private Network Spending to Hit $10B by 2028

• CERN Physicists Meet in London to Plot Future Collider

6/21/2023

• EU Gives Huawei Millions in R&D Funding

• FCC Rescinds Tentative NCE FM Selections

• Falcon 9 Deploys 53 Starlink Satellites on 40th Launch in 2023

• MEMS-Based RF Multiplexers

• Can Nearshoring Help Thwart Counterfeiters?

6/20/2023

• Ofcom the Victim of Ransomware Attack

• Broadcasters Tout AM and Tech on Capitol Hill

• Advanced Packaging Market to Hit $79B in 2028

• ST, Sanan Joint Venture Powers China's SiC Revolution

• Germany to Provide 5G Along Train Tracks

6/19/2023

• FCC Eyes 42 GHz for Shared Use

• Legislation Introduced to Remove Property Restrictions on Amateur Radio

• Ofcom Joins Generative AI Debate

• World's Smallest 2-18 GHz 10W FEM for Aerospace & Defense

• Mexico's High 5G Spectrum Price Limits Auction Participation

6/16/2023

• EU Telco Ministers Side with Big Tech on Fair Contribution

• India's BSNL Gets $11B Bailout to Facilitate 5G

• NASA Gathers Key Radar Data for Autonomous Air Cargo Delivery

• Palladium Oxides for Better Superconductors

• Patent Lawsuit Draws Attention to Power Electronics Industry

6/15/2023

• FCC ULS Unavailable, Filing Deadlines Extended

• Where Professionals Want to Migrate Within the EU

• Gravitational Lensing of Supernova Yields New Value for Hubble Constant (in nonconstant constant)

• Digital Transformation in the Electronics Industry

• World's Fastest Electron Microscope Developed

6/14/2023

• House Members Intro Legislation to Save AM Radio in New Cars

• Ofcom Fines Bauer for Abandoning AM

• Vodafone, Three UK to Merge

• Parallel Circuits of Spin Currents Found in Antiferromagnets

• Full Electrification of Uber and Lyft Provides Only Modest Benefits

6/13/2023

• China Semi Equipment Purchases down as U.S. Boosts Domestic Chip Production

• French Senate to Spy on People Using Their Phones & Computers

• IBM Plans European Quantum Data Centre

• South Korea Vows Chip Sector Support Amid China-US Tension

• Harvard Dropouts Raise $5M for AI Chip

6/12/2023

• Dish Falls off S&P 500 Index

• BBC Radio Workers on Strike over "Digital First" Plan

• Smartphone Production Falls by Record 19.5% Y-o-Y

• China Telecom Building $434M Quantum Computer

• Palladium Oxides Could Make Better Superconductors

6/9/2023

• April Chip Sales down 21.6% Y-o-Y

• State Associations Back AM Radio Mandate

• Italian Telco Worker Unions Hail 80% Participation

• ARRL Foundation Accepting Applications for Grants in June

• FCC Proposes to Fine Ham for Firefighting Interference

• Cuba to Host Chinese SIGINT Base to Monitor U.S. Communications

6/8/2023

• Apple, Broadcom Strike $$$Multibillion Partnership for 5G Components

• Former FEMA Head Responds to AM for Every Vehicle Act

• USAF Announces Preferred Locations for STARCOM HQ

• WorldDAB Automotive Keeps Radio "Prominent"

• EV Startups Running out of Juice

6/7/2023

• Amazon Planning Phone Service as Part of Prime

• ARRL Elected to Serve on SAFECOM

• Wi‑Fi 7: The Next Evolutionary Step for Wi‑Fi

• Don't Muzzle AM Radio!

• Solar Panels: The Unspoken Environmental Cost

6/6/2023

• Microwave Transmission Market to Grow 5% in 2023

• AM Radio Hearing Will Be Held June 6 in House

• The Difference Between Additive and Subtractive Electronics

• Smartphone Trade-in Values Increase as Global Shipments Decline

• Labor Shortages, Supply Issues Stress Global Supply Chains

6/5/2023

• Ham Operator Faces Fine for Disruptions to WARFA Net

• India Won't Allocate Spectrum for Private 5G Networks

• Can Chiplets Save Moore's Law

• Boston Globe Columnist Hating on AM Radio in Cars

• New Ways to Reduce Growing E-Waste Problem

6/2/2023

• Microwave Transmission Market to Grow 5% in 2023

• Advice and Resources for Tech Workers Coping with Job Loss

• Canada Approves Local 3900-3980 MHz Band for Private 5G

• Quantum Matter Breakthrough

• Pros and Cons of Outsourced Procurement

6/1/2023

• Apple Deal with Broadcom for U.S.-Made 5G RF Components

• 5G Upload Record of 440 Mbps w/Uplink Carrier Aggregation

• South Korean Operators Fined for 5G Lies

• AI Server Shipments to Grow 34.8% YoY

• Chinese Archaeologists Find Japanese World War II "Horror Bunker"

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