Spectrum, training and other considerations are on the agenda for 2021, writes the Radio Frequency Users Association of New Zealand's Chairman, Corey Weir.
Eligible applicants can apply for upfront grants to cover up to 50% of the costs associated with exhibiting at Comms Connect Melbourne in October 2021.
Industry training, 5G developments and a return to face-to-face meetings are on the agenda for 2021, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
Middleboxes are vital for ever-faster networks that need performance management, and for resisting cyber attacks with defence that copes with encrypted traffic.
Australia has become one of the first countries in the world to update its RF safety standard based on new international guidelines.
As of January 2021, more than 30% of the world's countries now have 5G availability, with networks increasing by 350% during the past year.
The move reflects the need to ensure future standards and solutions take into account the needs of a growing set of alternative deployers as well as mobile operators.
Founded in 2004, Swoop operates one of the largest fixed-wireless networks with 220 towers across all mainland states and has 110 staff.
The Australasian Critical Communications Forum and Wray Castle will conduct a training course on private and mission-critical broadband technologies.
A critical piece of comms equipment will be reduced to chip size using a combination of micro-electro-mechanical systems and photonics.