The federal government has announced the reforms it plans to the Radiocommunications Act 1992 in order to modernise Australia's spectrum management framework.
An understanding of RF hazards and associated safe work practices is essential for anyone who works on or near radio transmitters.
The 5G Market Progress Assessment analysed 22 countries according to various 5G market metrics.
Department of Defence trials aim to demonstrate an ability to quickly send sensors and communications equipment into the stratosphere.
Plans for an auction for short-term, early access rights in the 3.5 GHz band for 5G services have been shelved, to be replaced by a direct allocation process.
The WBA OpenRoaming federation service will enable billions of devices to automatically link to millions of networks globally.
A machine learning formula developed by NIST could help 5G wireless network operators efficiently share communications frequencies.
5G speeds of up to 4.7 Gbps were achieved by combining eight 100 MHz channels on the 28 and 39 GHz bands, and 40 MHz of LTE spectrum.
Private cellular network operators are a growing threat to traditional telcos, says tech market advisory firm ABI Research.
FCC announces realignment of 900 MHz band
The FCC has issued an Order on Reconsideration regarding technical rules for coordinating interstitial channels in the 800 MHz band.
The RFUANZ is encouraging all users of radio spectrum to take heed of the opportunities provided by dynamic spectrum access proposals, Corey Weir writes.
The federal government has released policy objectives for allocation of the 850 and 900 MHz bands, which aim to support 4G, 5G and a future PSMB capability.
Nokia and Vodafone Hutchison Australia have undertaken what they say is the first live test deployment of 5G on low-band 700 MHz spectrum in the region.
Luz Fernández del Rosal has been appointed the Vice-Chair of TCCA's Critical Communications Broadband Group (CCBG).