Membership is now open for the International Critical Control Rooms Alliance (ICCRA), and those in the industry are encouraged to sign up.
Data has been transmitted up to 2.8 km using almost-zero-power devices and backscatter techniques.
StreamWIDE has just joined the TCCA, where it hopes to share its knowledge and learn from other members.
Codan has been awarded $528,333 to implement a new surface-mount technology production line to boost improve productivity.
A worldwide network of amateur radio operators conducted radio research during August's total solar eclipse.
The 10th annual ARCIA Industry Gala Dinner is coming up on 22 November 2017 in Melbourne.
The federal government is seeking submissions on ways to increased the security of Australia's critical national infrastructure.
NASA researchers are miniaturising radiometer technology used to probe the ionosphere.
The TCCA has just appointed two new board members.
This month we reflect on the radio world of 1992 and 2007, including sending faxes to ships at sea, space weather and the passing of Sir Angus Tait.
Software-centric platforms are helping engineers and scientists to better understand how autonomous car communication systems will work.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) recently had a new chair appointed by the federal government.
Registrations have now opened for the ETSI Workshop on Future Evolution of Marine Communication, which will take place in France during November.
It's vital that all members of the critical communications industry contribute to the debate on future technologies, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
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