A New Zealand man has been fined $2250 for using an illegal radio transmitter on police channels.
The New Zealand government is renewing 3G and 4G cellular mobile spectrum management rights in the 1800 and 2100 MHz bands.
New guidance material to help small business owners and operators understand their responsibilities under WHS laws has been released by Safe Work Australia.
Final determination on the Motorola Solutions ITC case has confirmed that Hytera Communications infringed upon its patents.
Hytera has issued a statement to clarify what it says is "misleading information in the marketplace" in its patent disputes with Motorola Solutions.
Motorola has won a lawsuit filed in Germany against Hytera, with the latter company ordered to recall and destroy infringing products.
A US judge has found that Hytera has infringed four Motorola Solutions patents, and has placed a stop order on importation of certain Hytera products.
The USPTO's Patent Trial and Appeal Board will re-examine the validity of patent claims in the Hytera, Motorola Solutions tussle.
A man who broadcast potentially harmful calls on Victoria Police radio channels has been sentenced to 21 months' jail.
ARCIA has announced that it has been successful in persuading the ACMA to review the 2018 OCP increase in High Density area licence fees.
Lockheed Martin will pay US$4.4m to resolve claims it provided faulty radio equipment to the US Coast Guard.
A legal suit has been filed by Hytera Communications Corporation Ltd against Motorola Solutions Inc.
The federal government is seeking submissions on ways to increased the security of Australia's critical national infrastructure.
Motorola has been accused of unlawfully misappropriating Hytera technology for sound adjustment, incorporating it into its MOTOTRBO portable radios.
China's Hytera has won a court case against a competitor that had adopted the brand name 'Tytera'.