The 5G-TANGO, blueSPACE and 5G-PHOS projects aim to greatly improve the performance of planned global 5G infrastructure.
The US agency has announced "significant progress" in identifying potential spectrum sharing options for the 3450–3550 MHz band.
The TCCA paper covers what is required for certification of mission-critical broadband solutions, appraises current developments and outlines the next steps.
Alex Leadbeater from British Telecom has been appointed chair of ETSI's recently formed Industry Specification Group on Securing Artificial Intelligence.
The memorandum of understanding formalises cooperation between TCCA and the 450 MHz Alliance in the field of mission-critical mobile broadband communications.
The ACMA is offering various forms of assistance for those in bushfire-affected areas who have licence renewals coming up.
CommScope, Federated Wireless, Google and Sony have been approved as Spectrum Access System administrators for 3.5 GHz broadband connectivity and 5G in the US.
Telstra placed top in the submarine, transformation and female executive categories at the annual Pacific Telecommunications Council awards.
BAE Systems has reached agreements for the proposed acquisitions of Collins Aerospace's military GPS business and Raytheon's Airborne Tactical Radios business.
Entries are now open for the International Critical Communications Awards, recognising excellence in the design and execution of critical communications.
The joint taskforce aims to promote the development of approved processes for certifying next-generation, mission-critical certification services.
A group of US utilities organisations has objected to plans for unlicensed use of the 6 GHz band on the basis of potential interference issues.