The federal government has announced that it will auction 2.4 GHz of spectrum in the 26 GHz band to support rollout of 5G across Australia.
Virtualised 5G radio access networks could soon become a reality, thanks to a collaboration between Ericsson and NVIDIA.
Private 5G networks are expected to become the preferred wireless connectivity medium to support the ongoing Industry 4.0 revolution.
The results of new research could be used to produce devices that protect sources of radio waves from potentially harmful interference.
ADLINK Technology has named RF Test Solutions as the first authorised distributor of its test and measurement products in New Zealand.
The famous time signal service will soon rack up 100 years of broadcasting to the world.
ARCIA invites all industry members to come along and join in this popular event at the Shoe Bar in the Perth CBD.
Safety regulators across the country are calling on Australian companies to be 'safety champions' — promoting health and safety this National Safe Work Month.
To help you hone your cybersecurity strategies, ESET has identified five of the top cybersecurity threats likely to face your business in 2020.
Three civilians have been recognised for their involvement as signallers in the first successful military wireless signal transmitted in NSW.
The transition to embrace broadband data has already begun, and users should start planning now for this future, says the RFUANZ's Corey Weir.
New Zealand's Radio Spectrum Management has called for expressions of interest for a proposed short-term 3.5 GHz band allocation for 5G services.
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