New approaches are needed for short-range wireless solutions in smart manufacturing environments to avoid the risk of limited adoption.
Globetrotting reporter Gert Jan Wolf has produced a couple of his signature videos covering the highlights of last year's Comms Connect Melbourne event.
The 1994 land speed record attempt relied on comms for essential telemetry, while in 2009 free PLBs were being handed out to keep bushwalkers safe.
On the back of November's successful multi-coupling workshop, industry members are invited to become more involved in training, says ARCIA's Hamish Duff.
The ACMA is consulting on proposed updates to the Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class Licence 2015.
A roadmap for critical communications evolution has been laid out by TCCA in a new white paper.
It's been a very busy year for the critical communications industry, with seemingly endless developments in all sectors of the field.
A new antenna evaluation method could help boost 5G network capacity and cut network design costs.
Many countries are moving ahead with public safety mobile broadband, but Australia still has some catching up to do.
Competition is the only way in which Australians will continue to enjoy high standards of mobile services, says the ACCC's Rod Sims.
Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, TPG and UK-based Dense Air have paid a combined $853 million for spectrum in a key 5G frequency band.