The Mission Critical Open Platform project has launched a Supporter Program, with a vendor workshop planned for November.
Shockwaves produced by huge bombs dropped by Allied planes on European cities were big enough to weaken the ionosphere above the UK.
Invisibly thin MXene antennas can be applied to a variety of substrates and perform better than antenna materials currently used in mobile devices.
The TCCA board has welcomed Steve Whatson, representing the UK Home Office.
ARCIA's 2018 Annual Report is now available to download on the Australian Radio Communications Industry Association website.
Nominations are now open for the ARCIA Industry Excellence Awards, which will be presented at the Annual Industry Gala Dinner.
Ultrafast remote radio station switching can provide handover-free communications for high-speed trains moving at 500 km/h or more.
Registrations close today for the ARCIA annual South Australia Industry Dinner and Networking night.
Omnitronics consoles have passed certification testing on the Tait Technology Partner Program.
Submissions are now being sought for the International Critical Control Rooms Alliance Congress.
Engineers have successfully tested critical communications systems in preparation for the launch of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.
A 2018 Intersec Award has been won by the Airbus device Tactilon Dabat.
The program from RadComms 2018 has now been released by the ACMA.
A new computational tool aims to enable development of next-generation communications devices using magnetic materials.