Information about critical mobile broadband development is set to flow more freely between the EUTC and TCCA under a newly signed MOU.
From radio to wireless, PoC to CBRS, enterprise LTE to new licence types — our industry must embrace the future, says Ian Miller.
Sepura and its Dutch partner, Abiom, are set to overhaul the Dutch National Police's radio systems after winning several tenders.
Radphone Direct Dial HF was all the rage back in 1994, while in 2009 the newly formed DMR Association had high hopes for world domination.
In the lead-up to its annual Industry Excellence Awards presentation next week, ARCIA has announced the nominees for each of the award categories.
For New Zealand's RF industry to attract new blood and continue to grow and develop, a clear progression pathway is needed, says the RFUANZ's Corey Weir.
Production of a module designed to transfer data to the cloud via nanosatellites has expanded under a new partnership between Myriota and Motherson.
Network availability and integrity threats, flawed software and reliance on suppliers are among the key 5G security challenges facing the EU, according to a recent report.
Private LTE networks offer an exciting new business opportunity for the industry and its traditional two-way radio clients, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
A campaign celebrating control room employees and their life-saving work has garnered support from over 11,000 workers in its second year.
Businesses working to expand the 5G ecosystem could soon benefit from an investment fund, set to contain up to US$200 million.
The imminent spread of 5G small cells and the overall need for energy-efficient, secure, low-maintenance infrastructure is driving changes in the telco sector.
Here's how Clarks Logan City Buses secured its hardware in order to meet customer demands and contractual obligations and maintain operational effectiveness.