The mission-critical communications industry is firmly on the path towards open standards-based broadband solutions.
Researchers have developed a framework that enables different wireless technologies to communicate directly with each other.
New NIST testbeds are helping to define how 5G communications will safely interact with other technologies such as 4G, GPS, Wi-Fi and radar.
JVCKENWOOD has received ISO/IEC certification for information security management and Japanese industrial certification for its public service sector businesses.
NENA has commenced planning for the first transcontinental interoperability testing event for next-generation NG9-1-1 and NG112 emergency calling.
Rohde & Schwarz has been recognised by NAV CANADA for its provision of HF receivers and transmitters as well as telephony gateways.
The International Commission on Non‐Ionizing Radiation Protection has released new guidelines for the protection of humans exposed to RF electromagnetic fields.
The Final Acts of the World Radiocommunication Conference are available for free download, covering topics from 5G to satellites, railways to Wi-Fi and more.
The US Federal Communication Commission's April meeting will be presented with a plan to establish a "5G Fund for rural America".
Mission-critical testing-as-a-service project aims to develop flexible testing tools to increase market confidence in critical broadband applications.
New Zealand's Radio Spectrum Management agency is continuing to operate during the COVID-19 alert, with all essential services still available.
The federal government will allow carriers to deploy temporary capabilities as approved low-impact facilities in specific circumstances such as emergencies.
The ACMA has outlined the measures it is taking to adjust its work programs to assist the industry during the current COVID-19 turmoil.
The commercial rollout of 5G broadband will be delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, at an enormous cost to the industry, according to 3GPP.