The Australasian Critical Communications Forum has welcomed Steve Hwang to its board of directors.
The mission-critical communications industry is firmly on the path towards open standards-based broadband solutions.
Critical Comms is taking a break now until early January, so we'd like to wish you a merry festive season and a safe and prosperous New Year.
Australia's delegation to the WRC-19 focused on advancing the nation's legitimate interests in spectrum policy and technology matters.
Technical project managers are an asset of any technical project, and more organisations are using them to deliver projects.
Researchers are experimenting with adaptive, tunable filtering to reject interference in spectrum-sharing systems.
A team preparing for the billion-dollar SKA radio telescope reached the shortlist for 'Nobel Prize of supercomputing'.
TCCA's current Chief Executive, Tony Gray, is looking to retire in 2021, so the search is now on for a successor to drive the association forward.
Founded in 1980 as a small paging business, Zetron has become one of the world's major suppliers of command and control room solutions.
The recipients of the national awards for the Australian business- and mission-critical communications industry have been announced.
The federal government is seeking submissions to develop an innovative 'space qualified' RF sensor payload as part of the Space Capabilities priority area.
TCCA and PMeV – Netzwerk Sichere Kommunikation are to develop a guide for connecting control rooms to mission-critical services in 4G/5G networks.