Standards Australia has announced its 2019–20 NEXTgen Program and is calling for young industry professionals to apply.
Industry is being briefed today on ways in which TETRA is being updated with improved security measures, as the standard continues to spread across the globe.
From PTT to IoT, the communications industry is evolving every day, even though some things stay the same, argues Dave George.
Future mmWave networks could deliver the best features of high and low frequencies to reduce network control overhead.
NSW's DFSI has added a Network Applications 'service tower' to provide additional, over-the-top services for network connectivity.
The Cortex satellite monitoring system combines communications planning information with live spectrum monitoring and equipment control.
There have been some frequency band successes in New Zealand lately, writes RFUANZ's Corey Weir.
ARCIA and its members have an important role to play in issues such as spectrum access, skills and policy, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
A decades-old theory has been shown to be effective in boosting the quality of radio signals when transmitting at high data rates.
Canberra's politicians have been urged to remember the importance of mission-critical communications when planning for the future of transport.
A new IEC report highlights best practices for base station RF safety assessments, including for 5G and small cells.
The future use of the 26 and 28 GHz bands and the upcoming World Radiocommunication Conference feature in the ACMA's five-year spectrum outlook.
The US Department of Commerce has issued a report outlining steps to improve US competitiveness through space radio spectrum policies.
A research project aims to put the UK at the forefront of the next generation of millimetre wave comms technology.
Artificial intelligence may be better than other methods for detecting radar signals, thereby facilitating spectrum sharing, according to NIST research.