Garmin and ASUSTeK will alter their current co-branded business model for location-centric mobile handsets.
Wireless Telecom Group has signed a service agreement with Electroservices, Telford in Britain to become a fully authorised Wireless Telecom Service centre for the EMEA region.
The ACMA is replanning part of the 2.5 GHz band to facilitate new uses such as wireless access services while retaining parts of the band used by current licensees for electronic news gathering.
Marc Colborne is the new general manager of Airwave Solutions Australia.
Over two full days, this year’s RadioComms Connect promises to be bigger and better than ever with almost 50 exhibitors, 250 to 300 delegates expected to attend and a gala dinner likely to attract 400.
The ACMA is seeking views on the configuration and allocation of ‘digital dividend’ spectrum. It has released a discussion paper seeking comment on technical and policy issues associated with the reallocations of this spectrum.
Ben Woods, an apprentice with Tetracom, has been selected as the first recipient of the Sir Angus Tait Memorial Scholarship in 2010. The award is administered by ARCIA on behalf of contributors Tait and Westwick-Farrow and is intended to encourage a student to actively pursue study leading to a career in radio communications engineering at an Advanced Diploma level or higher.
Swissbit AG has appointed Glyn as its exclusive distributor for Australia and New Zealand.
MiMOMax has opened an Australian office based in Sydney.
The Australian government will fund an upgrade of the national emergency warning system, 'Emergency Alert', to deliver warnings to mobile phones based on the location of the handset.
TechRentals has been appointed a national distributor of the Anritsu Master product range. With an emphasis on portability, the range is compact, rugged and easy to use.
Since its incorporation in 2007, the Australian Radio Communications Industry Association (ARCIA) has worked hard to bring the industry together, to focus on common initiatives and issues that will strengthen the industry and prepare it for future growth and increasing demand for business-essential communications.
Since early 2008, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has been undertaking a review of arrangements for the radiofrequency spectrum in the range 403-520 MHz (the 400 MHz band).