Virtualised 5G radio access networks could soon become a reality, thanks to a collaboration between Ericsson and NVIDIA.
Private 5G networks are expected to become the preferred wireless connectivity medium to support the ongoing Industry 4.0 revolution.
The results of new research could be used to produce devices that protect sources of radio waves from potentially harmful interference.
The famous time signal service will soon rack up 100 years of broadcasting to the world.
To help you hone your cybersecurity strategies, ESET has identified five of the top cybersecurity threats likely to face your business in 2020.
Digital Matter's range of GPS and IoT devices can help businesses track, monitor and recover non-powered assets, and manage usage and over-usage times.
Three civilians have been recognised for their involvement as signallers in the first successful military wireless signal transmitted in NSW.
The transition to embrace broadband data has already begun, and users should start planning now for this future, says the RFUANZ's Corey Weir.
New Zealand's Radio Spectrum Management has called for expressions of interest for a proposed short-term 3.5 GHz band allocation for 5G services.
In 1994 we reported that CB radio licence fees had been scrapped, while in October 2009 the big news was Simoco acquiring ComGroup.
A NIST research team has shown that atoms can be made to receive common radiocommunications signals.
Industry events, training workshops, consultation with government and international partnerships were key focus areas in 2019, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
A House of Reps committee has begun an inquiry into the deployment, adoption and application of 5G in Australia.
The centre will employ students from a variety of backgrounds and talents to focus on developing products, applications and services in key growth areas.
NTT Domoco, Omron and Nokia are set to trial 5G in factories to help meet increasing wireless communication demands and boost productivity in manufacturing.