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Electronics & Tech Headline News Archive - December 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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2019: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec

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2017: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec


• ARRL Straight Key Night Begins January 1, 2023 at 0000 UTC

• Woke Ethical Dilemmas of Renaming Scientific Principles

• U.S. Congress Kicks the Can into 2023 on Wireless, Telecom Issues

• Indian Telcos Deployed 21,000 5G Base Stations

• China Largest Emitter of Greenhouse Gas Globally (their admission)


• GaN Device Market Grew 12.13% CAGR in 2022

• FCC Seeks Public Comment on Ownership Rules

• Nanoantennas Directing a Bright Future

• China Planning Human Moon Shot by 2027

• France Fines Microsoft €60M over Advertising Cookies


• Bill to Eliminate Private Land Use Restrictions on Amateur Radio

• UK Space Agency Funds New Satellite Launch Technology

• 20x Brighter Display Invented

• Pentagon Supply Chain Fails Minimal Standards for National Security

• Metamaterial Reconfigurable Intelligent Systems for 5G mmWave


• U.S. Chip Industry Urges Federal Aid for Chip Design

• What Will 2023 Hold for Telecoms Industry?

• When Will Chip Shortage Become Surplus?

• 5G Low-loss Materials Market $1.8 Billion in 2023

• 5G Americas Proposed Features & Technologies in 3GPP R18


• 2022: The Year of Telecom Convergence

• Startup Aims to Improve Chiplet Packaging

• Hams Invited to Participate in Asteroid Bounce Experiment

• TSMC in Might Build Fab in Dresden

• UK Funds 5G/6G R&D, Industry Collaborations


• Amateur Radio Featured on Montana Public Television

• mmWave Accounts for Only 9% of Global 5G Deployments in 2022

• Carbon Nanotubes Used for Energy Storage

• Foreseeing Flat RAN Market Ahead

• New, Faster Type of Quantum Computer


• Charter to Deploy Wi-Fi 6E in 6 GHz Band Next Year

• RAN Market Growth to Be Flat for Years

• Manufacturers Lacking Tech Training

• 5G Americas White Paper Explores Features & Technologies in 3GPP Release 18

• U.S. Blacklists 21 Chinese Companies on AI Threat


• FAA Says 5G May Have Been Source of In-Flight Avionic Failures

• ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program Deadline is January 4

• Nokia Factory Claims EU's Largest Industrial Private 5G Network

• WBA Report Demonstrates Wi-Fi Most Economical and Effective Technology

• U.S. Space Force Creates Unit in South Korea Amid North Korea Threats


• IEEE Honors Iconic Engineers

• 5.3% Q3 Fabless Fall

• Wireless Winners and Losers of 2022

• 5G Taking Market Beyond Smartphones

• New ARRL Section Managers Appointed


• mmWave Frequency Bands Just 9% of Global 5G

• New China Chip Plan Follows U.S. Approach

• Keeping the Peace as Competition Rises in Space

• VMware Exec Warns of Telecom Service Disruption

• U.S. & EU Data Transfer Deal Near


• Nevada and North Dakota Top Per-User States for Cybercrime

• Drones Used for Network Monitoring

• Zinc Batteries Safer Than LiIon, but Less Useful (duh)

• UK Manufacturers Aren't Feeling Very Agile Right Now

• Recycled Gold from SIM Cards


• Spectrum Sharing Endorsed by U.S. ISP's & DoD

• TSMC to Pump $40B into Arizona Chip Fab

• Deep-Space Optical Communication

• High Temperature GaN Memory and Sequential Logic

• China Might Be Back to pre-Covid Normal by Mid-2023 (truly sad for the people)


• U.S. Semi Industry Urges Federal Aid for Chip Design

• Sweden Ask Citizens to Cut Back on Electricity Due to Weak Generation

• DARPA Increases Radar Capabilities with THREADS Program

• Tactically Responsive Space Program Highlighted in Defense Bill

• Japan-United Arab Emirates Moon Mission Successfully Launches


• The EoY Flashbacks Have Begun: Top Phys.org Articles of 2022

• Vietnam EV Maker Plans to IPO in U.S.

• New 2023 General Question Pool Released for Ham Radio Licensing

• Subsea Cable to India Extended

• Japan's Wholesale Inflation Near Steady at 9.3%


• Santa Is on the Air via Ham Radio

• FCC Implements Full Ban on Huawei and ZTE

• China to Launch World's 1st Methane-Fuelled Space Rocket (sequestered cow farts)

• India to Reach 31 Million 5G Connections

• Reviving America's Solar Manufacturing Sector


• SpaceX to Launch 7,500 More Communication Satellites

• National Emerging Markets Can Support the 5G Ecosystem

• Ofcom Investigates Mid-Contract Price Rises

• Congress Crafting American Music Fairness Act re Broadcasting

• Time-Frequency Dissemination Breaks Distance Record


• Senator Endorses Keeping AM Radio in Cars (a good thing)

• Making Science More Accessible to People with Disabilities

• LoRa Alliance Includes SCHC in LoRaWAN Certification Program

• China Mass Producing Autonomous Self-Driving Cars

• COVID-19 Lockdowns Boosted Astronomy Publications But Worsened Gender Gap (solution: more male astronomers need to become women, and vice-versa)


• ECSN UK/Ireland Electronic Components Market "Back to Normal"

• CTIA Recommends Additional 100 MHz of Spectrum to Fuel 5G

• FCC Grants 1st Batch of 2.5 GHz Licenses

• China's Latest Regulation on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Equipment

• Nova Scotia Students Contact Astronaut via Ham Radio


• Manufacturing Orders from China down 40%

• Universities Recruited for Defense Research (a la the olden days)

• Ookla Finds Starlink Speeds Continue to Dip

• ESA to Provide Communication Support for Japan's Lunar Mission

• A Spot of Tea Each Day Keeps the Doctor Away


• UK Electronics Manufacturers Holding 90% More Stock Than Pre-Plandemic

• The Chip Boom? It's Over.

• Deutsche Telekom Tests 6 GHz in Bonn

• Telcos Face ARPU Pressure in 2023 (Average Revenue per Unit)

• Orion Surpasses Apollo 13 Record Distance from Earth


• 70% of Engineers Prefer Hybrid or Remote Working

• Korea Recalls 2 Mobile Operators' 5G Licenses

• UK Implementing New Rules for Fibre and 5G Builds

• India Make It Easier for Telecoms to Do Business

• U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Publishes Magnet Standards


• Will Electric Cars Kill AM Radio? (interesting)

• EU Calls for Collaboration on 5G Infra Security

• China Making Key Component for the World'sLargest Fusion Reactor

• High Accuracy, Low Power Automotive  Radar Transceivers

• ESA to Hold the 1st Space Microwave Week Event in Netherlands

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