The federal government has begun the process to allocate spectrum in the 850/900 MHz bands to support deployment of 4G (and later 5G) mobile services.
As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, New Zealand's premier communications association is looking to improve its own communications, writes Corey Weir.
The past summer must be the catalyst to get everyone thinking and working together to solve public safety communications problems, says Hamish Duff.
Ofcom has provisionally found that Motorola and Sepura employees exchanged data on strategic pricing intentions for a tender run by the Police ICT Company.
Dr Sarah Loughran is the inaugural director of ARPANSA's activities under the federal government's enhanced electromagnetic energy program.
Leading experts from the NSW Government, NIST and the private sector will spearhead the cybersecurity discussion at the Comms Connect Virtual Conference Series.
To get an update on progress in various mission-critical communications matters, we spoke with TCCA's Tony Gray and ACCF's Anton Abrahams.
Defence, BAE Systems Australia and the University of Adelaide have signed an MoU for the establishment of a Centre for High Frequency Technologies.
Fully interoperable standards-based critical broadband services have moved closer with pre-verification of a mission-critical push-to-talk conformance test case.
Optus has achieved average download speeds of over 2.5 Gbps using the first of 151 planned high-speed 5G base stations to be deployed in Sydney and Melbourne.
UK spectrum regulator Ofcom is introducing new licence conditions and launching an online tool to ensure radio equipment adheres to international EMF guidelines.