A live ETSI webinar on 27 April will outline how to comply with Europe's new Radio Equipment Directive.
A chip-scale optical device promises to provide high-speed RF tuning with response times faster than one nanosecond.
The public can provide input on the remaking of five radiocommunications standards.
An amendment exempting members of the Construction and Mining Equipment Industry Group (CMEIG) and the Tractor and Machinery Association (TMA) from the requirement to label a radiocommunications device they supplied has been sought.
Airbus has appointed a new head of Sales and Program Delivery for its Asia and Middle East Secure Land Communications.
An 80 megabyte-per-second deep space laser communications system will be tested aboard NASA's Orion spacecraft.
CB radio users are no longer required to upgrade their 40-channel equipment to the 80-channel standard.
TPG has paid $1.2bn for 20 MHz of spectrum as part of its plan to roll out a mobile broadband network across Australia.
Changes to licence fees will be the result of the Radio Spectrum Fees Framework Review in New Zealand.
Researchers are using game theory to design wireless networks that are more bandwidth efficient.
The Radio Spectrum Management website has listed a number of interactive guides that can help users to determine which license type they require.
Partnering with and supporting the widest range of industry participants is a focus for 2017, said ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
JVCKENWOOD has made a strategic investment in broadband technology.
Hytera has released a statement about the lawsuits brought against them by Motorola Solutions.
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