Fully interoperable standards-based critical broadband services have moved closer with pre-verification of a mission-critical push-to-talk conformance test case.
Defence, BAE Systems Australia and the University of Adelaide have signed an MoU for the establishment of a Centre for High Frequency Technologies.
To get an update on progress in various mission-critical communications matters, we spoke with TCCA's Tony Gray and ACCF's Anton Abrahams.
Optus has achieved average download speeds of over 2.5 Gbps using the first of 151 planned high-speed 5G base stations to be deployed in Sydney and Melbourne.
UK spectrum regulator Ofcom is introducing new licence conditions and launching an online tool to ensure radio equipment adheres to international EMF guidelines.
The ACMA will work with emergency services agencies in Sydney and Melbourne to test location-service repeaters, such as GPS, in road tunnels.
The federal government is exploring ways to optimise licensing to free up spectrum for 5G and improve regional connectivity, while retaining current uses of the band.
Don't miss these four sessions spread across four weeks, featuring online presentations from local and international experts and interactive panel Q&As.
The powers that telcos have to enter land and install and maintain some types of facilities, and immunities they have from legislation, are under review.
A prototype mesh antenna design for satellites enables contouring of the surface shape for spot beam enhancement.
The Australian Government has announced that it will reform the EMDG scheme, shifting from reimbursement to grants to make applications simpler for exporters.
The new standard will replace ARPANSA's existing standard and is based on guidelines from the International Commission on Non-ionizing Radiation Protection.