Are security loopholes leaving your organisation vulnerable?

10 August, 2020 | Supplied by: eFax

Switching to more secure, cloud-based data management systems gives organisations the peace of mind of staying one step ahead of potential security threats.

VIDEO: Lionel Morand, 3GPP, reviews Release 16

07 August, 2020

Lionel Morand, TSG CT Chair, outlines the value of Release 15 and the role that Release 16 will play in providing the full set of features for the 5G system.

Nominations open for national industry awards

06 August, 2020 | Supplied by: Australian Radio Communications Industry Association

Nominations are now open for ARCIA's 2020 Industry Excellence Awards, celebrating those who have contributed to the wireless communications industry.

Trial program for remote, rural voice services

06 August, 2020

Communications companies have been invited to apply for a program to test new methods of delivering voice services in rural and remote Australia.

Tattarang invests in WA fixed-wireless provider NodeOne

04 August, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

Tattarang, the Forrest family's private holding company, has invested in NodeOne, which provides coverage across much of populated Western Australia.

5G is driving the RF power semiconductor market

03 August, 2020

Spending on RF power semiconductors continued to grow in 2019, nearing the US$2 billion mark, with gallium nitride continuing to make inroads.

Comms Connect webinars in August and beyond

03 August, 2020 by Jonathan Nally | Supplied by: Comms Connect

There are plenty of comms sector events coming up over the next few months, covering everything from radio basics to mission-critical comms and leadership.

BAE Systems finalises purchase of military GPS business

03 August, 2020 | Supplied by: BAE Systems

The acquisition will augment BAE Systems' Electronic Systems portfolio through the addition of GPS anti-jamming and anti-spoofing technology.

4G boosted the US economy by 10%, study claims

30 July, 2020

If it were a country, the US wireless industry would be the world's 21st largest economy, and there are more 4G subscriptions in the US than there are people.

5G network infrastructure spend to almost double this year

30 July, 2020 by Amy Sarcevic

Investment in wireless infrastructure is gaining momentum as communications service providers focus on 5G initiatives.

Hobby drone supplier fined US$2.9m for RF infringements

24 July, 2020

US online hobby equipment supplier HobbyKing has been fined US$2,861,128 by the FCC for marketing drone transmitters that did not comply with licensing rules.

Comms Connect Melbourne cancelled; online courses booming

22 July, 2020 by Jonathan Nally | Supplied by: Comms Connect (WFevents)

This year's Comms Connect Melbourne has had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 situation, but online courses and workshops are proving highly popular.

RF design implications for 5G devices

21 July, 2020

A teardown of second-generation 5G smartphones has found that RF front end content is moving to full level, integrated modem-RF system designs.

Critical communications and change management

21 July, 2020 by Corey Weir, Chairman, RFUANZ | Supplied by: Radio Frequency Users Association of New Zealand (RFUANZ)

Earthquakes, terrorist attacks and pandemics remind us of how our expectations of critical communications have also changed.

New global standards will accelerate the use of IoT devices

16 July, 2020 by Amy Sarcevic

The latest specifications under oneM2M's Release 4 will soon be launched, providing a range of benefits.

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