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Will radio lure Gen Y and beyond?

25 July, 2012 by Kylie Rhodes

Can we encourage the next generation to be involved in the radio industry? This article looks at how the industry can improve the balance of people entering and those retiring.


LTE will enter mainstream in 2012

16 May, 2012

The Global Mobile Suppliers Association has published an update to its Evolution to LTE report.


Practicalities of private LTE

04 May, 2012 by Dr Clive Horn, research leader at Tait Communications

Tait Communications research leader Dr Clive Horn examines the standard and offers practical advice when considering merging LTE with existing narrowband radio technology.


Industry Talking - Events to fill the social calendar

16 April, 2012

ARCIA attended the APCO Australasia conference on the Gold Coast in March where we attracted new members and presented on disaster planning and the need to coordinate plans to provide interoperability, particularly in remote areas where infrastructure is limited.


Security and reliability needed to grow WSN market

12 April, 2012

Increased security and reliability is needed to grow wireless sensor network market, despite energy-harvesting breakthroughs.


Panel makers to scale back plans

02 August, 2011

Large-area TFT LCD panel price increases halted in mid-June.


P25 Solution Centre opens its doors

10 May, 2011

Airwave Solutions Australia has unveiled the P25 Solution Centre, an industry initiative with the aim of demonstrating to the Australian market the performance and maturity of the P25 open standard with equipment supplied by multiple vendors.


Happen Business Jim2 job tracking, scheduling and accounting software

16 January, 2011

Jim2 Business Engine software is an integrated job tracking and accounting business management system for communications applications that reduces administration and keying errors.


DMR - is it the road to nowhere?

15 November, 2010 by David Cox, operations director, Pacific Wireless Communications

Just sometimes, the market experts can urge the market to follow an ideal which may just take a few over the cliff of reason.


VoIP may solve problems of interoperability - Part 1

02 December, 2009

Lack of interoperability in radio communications is an urgent problem affecting all levels of government and it not only concerns Australia as this article reveals. Although US based, a lot of the problems discussed here also apply to this country.


VoIP may solve problems of interoperability - Part 2

02 December, 2009

In the second part of our article we take a look at an IP-based interoperability solution enables public safety agencies to continue using their existing radio and communications systems while gaining the inherent benefits of IP networks.


Boost to Asian supply chain

21 October, 2009

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) has expanded its partnership with Malaysian distributor C&C Universal Engineering to establish a bonded warehousing facility in Port Klang.


Analog beamforming at 60 GHz

21 August, 2009

The large unlicensed frequency band internationally available around 60 GHz makes it attractive to support gigabit per second wireless applications, such as uncompressed high-definition video streaming and large file transfers.


Collaborative communication is the road to success

30 July, 2009 by Steven Cooke, Icom Australia

These days, collaboration is key. The problems faced by users of radio communication products has allowed the industry to develop, with many new technologies currently being employed.


IP development driving trends

30 June, 2009

The ACMA’s 2009 update of developments in technology, Trends in Communications and Media Technology, Applications and Use, has identified five key developments that are placing pressure on media and communications regulation.


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