Motorola has won a lawsuit filed in Germany against Hytera, with the latter company ordered to recall and destroy infringing products.
There is a long way to go before LTE can be used to replace the entire LMR ecosystem, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
The ACMA is seeking feedback about a proposal to remake the standard for devices operating in the VHF maritime mobile bands.
The ITU Telecom World 2018 event is expected to attract thousands of tech industry and government representatives from around the world.
Telstra came into being exactly 25 years ago, while in 2008 the ACMA was trying to do its juggling act with the radiofrequency spectrum.
Release of high-band spectrum and easier access to utility poles are top of the FCC's agenda for spurring the rollout of 5G services in the US.
Hytera's PTC760 and PDC760 LTE multimode radios have received recognition in the product category of the iF Design Award 2018.
The agreement will support the Chinese mobile operator's transition to a future-oriented network infrastructure.
The federal government has announced competition limits for telcos seeking to bid for 5G spectrum in the 3.6 GHz band.
The future of mission-critical communications in Australia will be the main topic of expert discussion at this month's Comms Connect Brisbane conference.
Research that combines electronics and antennas could lead to longer talk time and higher data rates in 5G devices.
More than 30 vendors, 120 participants and representatives from around the world took part in ETSI's second mission-critical Plugtest.
The TCCA is propelling a new initiative for 3GPP mission-critical interoperability testing and certification.
The 6th Critical Communications MENA event will be held on 23–25 September 2018 at the Madinat Jumeirah.