Speedcast and the Australian Space Agency have teamed up to boost the country's space sector and accelerate satellite research and development.
The ACMA is consulting with industry on proposed amendments to electromagnetic energy arrangements to ensure requirements are appropriate for 5G equipment.
US policy leaders, government officials and industry will gather in Washington in October to discuss spectrum strategy.
A LocusUSA white paper outline the importance of dealing with radio failures before they transform into tragedies for first responders and the public.
Feedback is sought on a revision to the list of incident type codes, with the aim of ensuring interoperability between 911 centres and other agencies.
A proposed standard identifies areas of communications centre performance that should be measured in order to benchmark effectiveness.
The ability to link data from many sources and analyse it is emerging as an exciting discipline that will benefit every technology sector.
US agencies have nine months to review their spectrum assignments and submit that data to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
The advent of 5G will provide new cybersecurity safeguards for networks and customers, according to a new white paper from 5G Americas.
Even as 5G core networks begin to roll out, mobile service providers are being urged to look ahead to the next stage — software-centric services.
ARCIA is calling on companies that support the wireless industry to consider becoming partners, with attendant promotional opportunities and other benefits.
PTT solution provider TASSTA has become a member of TCCA. Based in Germany, the firm also has regional offices in Brazil, the UAE and the USA.
Ofcom has announced changes that will make it easier for small-scale users to set up wireless services using spectrum currently denied to them.
Annexure B of the Radio Frequency Spectrum Regulations deals with apparatus exempt from RF spectrum licences, covering a wide range of equipment categories.
NEC Laboratories Europe and Spain's IMDEA Networks Institute are partnering to work on 5G research and development projects, including networking AI.