China's Hytera has won a court case against a competitor that had adopted the brand name 'Tytera'.
Patent infringement proceedings have been commenced by Motorola Solutions against Hytera Communications in China and Australia.
Motorola Solutions has filed more patent infringement complaints against Hytera Communications.
Hytera Communications Corporation trade practices are being investigated by the US International Trade Commission.
A live ETSI webinar on 27 April will outline how to comply with Europe's new Radio Equipment Directive.
The public can provide input on the remaking of five radiocommunications standards.
An amendment exempting members of the Construction and Mining Equipment Industry Group (CMEIG) and the Tractor and Machinery Association (TMA) from the requirement to label a radiocommunications device they supplied has been sought.
CB radio users are no longer required to upgrade their 40-channel equipment to the 80-channel standard.
Hytera has released a statement about the lawsuits brought against them by Motorola Solutions.
Laws managing espionage, sabotage and foreign interference of Australia's telecommunications networks and facilities will be discussed at a hearing on Thursday.
Motorola Solutions has filed complaints against Hytera for patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation.
As one UK council rejects plans for two huge new radio towers, officials in Norway prepare to pull an iconic tower down.
The FCC has dashed the hopes of two US amateur radio operators who wanted to have changes made to operator licences.
What can the ACMA and industry do about the importation and operation of unauthorised and unsafe radio devices?
US comms industry body NTCA says it is pleased the FCC recognises the statutory obligation of FirstNet to ensure "substantial rural coverage".