Safe Work Australia has issued new guidance for inspecting and maintaining elevating work platforms, which were involved in nine fatalities from 2015 to 2019.
Two of last year's highly successful Comms Connect online courses will be repeated over the next couple of months, for those who missed out the first time around.
The communications industry is undergoing a paradigm shift, driven by innovations such as the adoption of shared and unlicensed spectrum.
The FCC's Enforcement Bureau has issued an official Enforcement Advisory warning against the use of radio devices or services for criminal activities.
Based out of London, O'Reilly's role will be focused on accelerating the expansion of the company's neutral host solutions.
Telcos and other wireless providers operating on frequencies being taken back for 5G need to devise a new strategy to keep their networks up and running.
A detailed overview of developments in 3GPP Releases 16 and 17, as well as 5G standardisation, features in a white paper newly released by 5G Americas.
Training and technology are high on the agenda for 2021, writes the Radio Frequency Users Association of New Zealand's Chairman, Corey Weir.
Following a heavily disrupted 2020, there'll be plenty of issues for the communications industry to work through in 2021, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
The Australasian Critical Communications Forum has welcomed Steve Hwang to its board of directors.
The mission-critical communications industry is firmly on the path towards open standards-based broadband solutions.
Australia's delegation to the WRC-19 focused on advancing the nation's legitimate interests in spectrum policy and technology matters.
Critical Comms is taking a break now until early January, so we'd like to wish you a merry festive season and a safe and prosperous New Year.