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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - November 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.

All the News Fit to Link™

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


• 2023 Semi Capex to Fall 19%

• New Navigation System More Accurate Than GPS

• Conflict Minerals Update

• ESA Plans In-Orbit Demonstration of New Galileo Satellites

• FCC Urged to Reject C-Band Rule Modifications


• Support Young Hams on #GivingTuesday (today!)

• Automotive Radar Market to Hit $15.8B by 2032

• EU Edges Closer to Chips Act

• U.S. Space Force Opens 1st Regional Command HQ in Indo-Pacific

• New Ceramic Material Bends Like Metal


• Transistor of 2047: Expert Predictions (that's 25 years)

• U.S.-China Chip Ban Explained

• Dr. Ulrich Rohde, N1UL, Inducted to Indian National Academy of Engineering

• 6G Research Center to Planned for U.K.

• All You Rich People Receiving >$600 via PayPal Payment - Report It or Face Wrath of IRS (remember the 87k new agents)


• How Far Will the Semiconductor Market Fall?

• Violent Protests Rock Apple's Main iPhone Plant in China

• CMOS Transceiver MMIC for Automotive Radar

• Next Generation Microelectronics

• Chinese Hypersonic Engine Hits Mach 9 on Cheap Fuel


• Korea to Cancel 28 GHz Spectrum Allocations

• NASA's Artemis 1 Moon Mission Exceeding Expectations

• Long-Lived Hot Electrons in "Wonder" Semiconductor

• Dayton Hamvention Announces Theme for 2023

• Panel Session: The Future World of Engineering


• Global Timekeepers Vote to Scrap Leap Second by 2035

• India's 1st Private Space Rocket Blasts Off

• UK Hoarding 15 Million Old Phones

• Mushroom Skin as Base for Computer Chips

• ITC Report: Globalization Killing U.S. Jobs, Lowering Wages


• Bluetooth SIG Exploring Use 6 GHz Band

• National Reconnaissance Office Seeks Commercial Hyperspectral Imaging

• How Wi-Fi 7 Addresses Wi-Fi 6 Pitfalls

• WISPs Eye 6 GHz Band for FWA

• Cloaking Radiating Elements in Multiband Antennas


• UK Orders Nexperia to Sell 86% of Newport Wafer Fab

• 2022 ARRL Board of Directors Election Results

• Your Organization Should Join the IEEE Standards Association

• Some Rural Areas Could Go Dark w/o Huawei Replacement Funds

• Naval Version of Iron Dome Defense System Completes Testing

• Still Looking for the Electric Snowplows in Buffalo... 


• 5G to Account for 2% of India's GDP by 2030

• Air Force Research Lab Awards $76M for Lunar Experiment

• Ofcom Looks to Skies to Provide Better Broadband

• DSTL Tests DragonFire Laser Weapon

• Chinese Strategically Planned Incursions into India Increasing


• SE Asian Telcos Team up for $300M AsiaLink Cable

• Commercial Radar for Detecting / Countering Satellites

• Apple Spent $450M to Get iPhone-to-Satellite Service Working

• TSMC October Revenues up 56%

• GPS Strands Idiot Driver of Dodge Charger on German Church Steps


• Qualcomm Claims 5G SA mmWave Breakthrough

• China Lags U.S., S. Korea, Japan. Singapore in "Talent Competitiveness" (just need more spies)

• Leading The Broadcasters Foundation into the Future

• Future of Wide-Bandgap Devices

• IBM Unveils 433-Qubit Osprey Chip


• IEEE STEM Summer Camp Breaks Attendance Record

• EU Close Funding Its Own Satellite Internet System

• Diamond Wafers in Marketing Re-Jig

• U.S. Space Plane Back After 908 Days in Orbit

• Africa's Youth to Help Fill Skills Gap


• 3 Consecutive Quarters of IC Industry Decline Not Since 1970's

• Analog Devices Funds New RF/Microwave Learning Lab at UMass

• "Very Minimal" Damage to Artemis Moon Rocket from Hurricane (why potential catastrophic risk taken?)

• Programs to Benefit from ARRL Auction Proceeds

• UK Government Dropping Absurd Censoring of "Legal But Harmful’" Content


• Industry Urges U.S. to Upgrade R&D Infrastructure via CHIPS Act

• WiFi Security Loophole Allows Attackers to See Through Walls

• DOJ Charges Chinese Spies in Huawei Investigation

• UK's CBI Calls on Chancellor to Support Manufacturers

• Vonage Forced to Refund $100 Million


• Technique Locates Multiple Defects on Microchip Circuits

• Typosquatting Racket Pushes Malware at Windows & Android

• AI Predicts Properties of Complex Metamaterials

• Powerful Chinese Space Rocket Engine Passes Milestone Test

• Europe Targeted for China's Farizon Electric Cargo Van


• FCC Prepares to Launch New Space Bureau

• S. Korean National Radio Research Agency Issues EMC Standard

• "Radio Free Hillsdale" Students Win National Awards

• Material Made Like Plastic, Conducts Like Metal

• [Faux] Pandemic-Driven Supply Chain Disruptions Finally Easing


• Japan May Join U.S. Equipment Sales Restrictions to China

• FCC Conditionally Approves 13 AFC Systems on 6 GHz

• Common Footprint Will Hurt PC Market

• Coffee Offering Protection from COVID-19? (take a sip instead of a jab)

• Tech Leap Makes Smartphone Faster & Cheaper


• Qualcomm Cuts Outlook Amid Smartphone Market Misery

• U.S. Space Force Picks Johns Hopkins as War College

• Chip Sustainability Efforts Gets Its Own Consortium

• New Law to Reduce Swallowing of Batteries (aka "Fixing Stupid Act")

• November 8th - Last Total Lunar Eclipse Until 2025


• Finding Talent to Run New Fabs a Challenge

• Huawei Returns to Growth

• Semi Sales Sliding

• Guerilla RF Surpasses Lifetime Milestone of 150M RFIC/MMIC Devices

• Amazon's Weak Outlook Adds to Cloud Pessimism


• U.S. Tech Companies in China May Be Forced to "Choose a Flag"

• World's Largest Steerable Radio Telescope to Keep Time by Pulsar

• DOJ Charges Chinese Spies in Huawei Investigation

• Smartphone Market Plunges to Lowest Since 2014

• Supply Chain Transparency Remains Elusive


• RF Detection with InGaAs and GaN HEMTs

• FCC Examines 12.7 GHz as Potential 5G/6G Band

U.S. Space Force Expects Budget Growth into 2024

• Lithium Batteries to Power China's Submarine Fleet (pssst... Li + H2O = fire)

• Solid-State LiDAR Sensor Sees 360°


• FCC Seeks Electronic Engineers for Honors Program

• Q3 Wafer Shipments Hit New Record

• FAA Seeks 5G C-Band Mandates

• Rebooting Radio

• Next-Gen Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries

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