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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - September 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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9/29/2023

• German Funding Ericsson 6G Microelectronics R&D

• FCC Levies Dual Fines over AM and FM Violations

• Low Demand for EVs Hurting Volkswagen

• China Beats U.S. in Global Scientific Hot Papers Ranking

• Electric Cargo Ships Making Waves [powered by unicorns and dragon's breath]

9/28/2023

• Today is National Manufacturing Day in the UK

• European Semiconductor Regions Alliance Launched

• Energy Harvesting Module Generates Power from Noise

• Wearables Increase as Prices Slide

• Panasonic EV Battery Factory in KS Keeps Coal-Fired Power Plant Open

9/27/2023

• Ericsson, Google Partner on Cloud RAN

• Apple Experimenting with 3D Printing for Production

• Global Non-Terrestrial Network to Reach 175M by 2030

• FTC Investigating "Blurred Advertising" on Radio

• Timekeeping is Timeless

• Onboard Sensing Requirements for UK Satellites

9/26/2023

• Q2 Fabless Revenue Soars 12.5% QoQ

• FCC Streamlines Satellite Application Rules

• Sweden Completes Spectrum Auction in 3 Days

• Germany Imposing Stronger Restriction on Chinese Telecoms Kit

• French Apple Workers Call Strike on iPhone 15 Debut

9/25/2023

• 5G Satellite Networks Generate $17B for Operators

• NASA Live Stream Asteroid Sample Return to Earth (Sunday)

• SatCo Makes 1st 5G Call via Satellite Using Everyday Smartphone

• Identifying Hard-to-Spot FPGA Fakes

• Ultra-Low Latency Digital Wireless Audio

9/22/2023

• Pentagon Eyes Microelectronics Hubs Across U.S.

• Europe's Chip Renaissance

• Germany Blocks Chinese Takeover of Satellite Startup

• Counterfeit-Chip Techniques Get More Sophisticated

• UK Broadband Speeds Rise

9/21/2023

• ARRL Simulated Emergency Test Scheduled October 7-8

• Qualcomm Cranks up Hype for Wi-Fi 7

• Chinese Space Authority: No Proof Aliens Exist

• Engineers Trust AI for Component Selection

• AM for Every Vehicle Close to Senate Floor Vote

9/20/2023

• U.S. Accuses China of Retaliation over Apple Ban

• Beyond Price and Cost Savings in Electronics Procurement

• China Supercomputer Power Exceeds All Countries

• Greater Worries Than Excitement About AI

• AI Enters the Workforce

9/19/2023

• Would You Hire an Engineer Without a Degree?

• Germany Considers 5-Year Extension for Spectrum Rights Usage

• FCC Releases Data on U.S. Internet Access

• Qualcomm, Samsung 5G Carrier Aggregation Breakthrough

• China Had a Clear Way Forward in ICs

9/18/2023

• Electronic Warfare in Ukraine Informing U.S. Playbook

• The Capex Pig Cycle

• Improvement in 2023 Semiconductor Market

• U.S. and Vietnam to Collude on Semis

• How SATCOM Companies Respond to Starlink's Dominance

9/15/2023

• Apple Support Staff Remains Silent on iPhone Radiation Concern

• Improvement in 2023 Semiconductor Market

• Indian Telcos Want Tech Firms to Help Pay for Network Infrastructure

• Erasing E-Waste

• Offshore Wind CfD Labeled a "Monumental Failure"

9/14/2023

• China's Breakthrough in Gallium Oxide Semiconductor

• EU Burdens Tech Giants under the Digital Markets Act

• Q2 Semi Billings down 2% Y-o-Y

• Workplace AI Bans Won't Work

• India Launches Its 1st Mission to Sun

9/13/2023

• Huawei Files Lawsuit Against Portugal's 5G Ban

• BT Phasing out Broadband over Copper Lines

• DOCOMO Bids $300M for Research Company

• Florida Leads in U.S. Solar Installations in 2023

• T-Mobile Cuts Jobs, Pays Dividends to Shareholders

9/12/2023

• Take The Engineer's 2023 Top Employers Survey

• Malaysia's 5G Adoption Remains Low

• Network Simulator for Emerging Satellite Mega-Constellations

• Energy-Efficient Wireless Power and Information Transfer

• Apple Ships Major Security Update

9/11/2023

• Controversy Surrounding New FCC Commissioner

• DARPA Tackling Long-Term Microelectronics Challenges

• July Semi Sales up 2.3% M-o-M

• Rise of 3D Printing in Manufacturing

• Alert over Chrome Browser Extensions Accessing Personal Data

9/8/2023

• Smartphone Production Falls 6.6% YoY

• Eco-Friendly Conductive Ink for Stretchable Electronics

• SpaceX Launches SDA Satellite Tracking Satellite Swarm

• China Launches Satellite from Mobile Sea Platform

• Denmark Standalone 5G Network a 1st

9/7/2023

• AM/FM Radio Leads in Autos

• China's Agents Searching World for Talent

• Senators Question FCC's Refusal to Grant 2.5 GHz Licenses

• E-Waste in IT

• Top Programming Languages in 2023

9/6/2023

• FCC Testing, Trials for 6 GHz Automated Frequency Coordination System

• The World's Growing E-Waste Problem

• ChatGPT Outperforms University Students in Writing

• Global "Chips Acts" Debate About Best Way Forward

• Electric Eels Inspire "Droplet Battery"

9/5/2023

• Top 3 Electronics Procurement Challenges Solved

• EU Semi Makers Partner on New Fabs and R&D

• BAE Systems to Acquire Ball Aerospace (bye-bye to another U.S. corp)

• GlobalFoundries 9SW RFSOI Tech for Next-Gen Mobile and 5G

• Link Between Entanglement and Classical Mechanics

9/4/2023

• German University Stops Accepting State-Funded Chinese Students

• FCC Sets End Date for Comments on Digital Radio Expansion

• Huawei's Phone Supports 5G and Satellite Calls

• T-Mobile Cuts Its Workforce by 7%

• BAE Systems to Acquire Ball Aerospace for $5.5B

9/1/2023

• $53B AI Chip Market Forecast

• Pulsar Timing and RF Interference Mitigation

• Confusion About the Definition of Private Wireless

• U.S. Government Research Closely Tied to Microelectronics (new Military-Industrial Complex phase)

• Chinese Navy Testing Planet's Most Powerful Coil Gun

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