The US Department of Commerce has issued a report outlining steps to improve US competitiveness through space radio spectrum policies.
The future use of the 26 and 28 GHz bands and the upcoming World Radiocommunication Conference feature in the ACMA's five-year spectrum outlook.
Legislation, if passed, would provide up to US$20 million for job training programs for communications tower service, construction and maintenance.
The 2019 ETSI Fellows have been revealed at the 73rd General Assembly dinner award ceremony.
The Comms Connect and BICSI South Pacific conferences and expos will run side by side in Melbourne in November.
A research project aims to put the UK at the forefront of the next generation of millimetre wave comms technology.
Artificial intelligence may be better than other methods for detecting radar signals, thereby facilitating spectrum sharing, according to NIST research.
The Australian telecommunications industry is no longer facing a shortage of qualified trade workers, according to the Department of Jobs and Small Business.
In 1994, the P25 open radio standard was in its infancy. By 2009, five manufacturers were offering P25 gear for sale in Australia.
Researchers are working on ways in which submarines can communicate wirelessly with aircraft in the skies above.
It's vital that the comms industry works hand in hand with regulators, international partners and each other, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
Dutch critical communications virtual mobile network operator (MVNO) PrioCom has announced that it has recently joined TCCA.
Spark, Vodafone, 2degrees and Hautaki will have allocations renewed, but Telstra's 2100 MHz rights will not be renewed.
The one-day session in Perth on 28 March, run by ARCIA, will provide targeted training for industry professionals.