ARCIA's well-respected advocacy on behalf of the industry is more important than ever, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
The UK government has announced the winners of a £25 million competition to pave the way for a future rollout of 5G technology.
UK spectrum regulator Ofcom has released a guide to how the upcoming 2.3 and 3.4 GHz spectrum auction will operate.
US scientists have invented a new sensor technology that consumes essentially zero power during standby states.
The ACMA will seek industry feedback on compliance priorities at special spectrum 'tune-ups' in Sydney and Melbourne in April.
US researchers are investigating means to use unused portions of the radio spectrum using combined computational and electronic methods.
Australia will stand for re-election to the Council of the International Telecommunication Union later this year.
The Australasian TETRA & Critical Communications Forum's new website aims to better serve those seeking information on mission-critical systems.
Early bird discounts for Comms Connect Auckland will be closing this Friday, 16 March.
Regional communications representatives are meeting in Perth this week to discuss spectrum and satellite issues ahead of the WRC-19 later this year.
The federal government will conduct a competitive auction of 125 MHz of spectrum in the 3.6 GHz band, with an eye to the rollout of 5G services.
ULF antennas made of magnetoelastic material could enable radio communication through water or under the ground.
Airbus SE has finalised the sale of Plant Holdings, which holds the Airbus DS Communications business in North America, to Motorola Solutions.
Tait Communications has joined the Information Technology for Public Transport organisation as a principal member.
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