UK spectrum regulator Ofcom is introducing new licence conditions and launching an online tool to ensure radio equipment adheres to international EMF guidelines.
The ACMA will work with emergency services agencies in Sydney and Melbourne to test location-service repeaters, such as GPS, in road tunnels.
The federal government is exploring ways to optimise licensing to free up spectrum for 5G and improve regional connectivity, while retaining current uses of the band.
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The powers that telcos have to enter land and install and maintain some types of facilities, and immunities they have from legislation, are under review.
A prototype mesh antenna design for satellites enables contouring of the surface shape for spot beam enhancement.
The Australian Government has announced that it will reform the EMDG scheme, shifting from reimbursement to grants to make applications simpler for exporters.
The new standard will replace ARPANSA's existing standard and is based on guidelines from the International Commission on Non-ionizing Radiation Protection.
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An upcoming TCCA webinar will present insights from analyst firm Omdia on how the pandemic is affecting the critical communications world.
The federal government will provide grants of up to $250,000 to businesses to cover some of their costs of exhibiting at events in 2021.
COVID-19 has changed many aspects of the economy and daily life, but most industry challenges and opportunities remain the same, says Hamish Duff.
Kevin Graham will represent ACCF in an observer role during the fifth MCX Plugtests, to be held in late September.