AMSA is calling for feedback on proposed changes that would enable more operators to provide mobile satellite services within the GMDSS.
America's FCC Chairman, Ajit Pai, has released a proposal to maintain the commission's existing radiofrequency exposure limits.
The European Commission has chastised Croatia, Czechia, Germany, Greece and Spain for failing to fully implement 112 emergency number directives.
With the rise of digital technologies and automation, the face of workplace safety is evolving.
Ofcom has announced that it will auction 40 MHz in the 2.3 GHz band and 150 MHz in the 3.4 GHz band.
Rules governing the use of CB radios, PLBs and other devices in the US will be updated to bring them into the 21st century.
A successful nationwide test has been conducted on the US Emergency Alert System (EAS).
An investigation into the use of mobile black spot funding has been requested by the South Australian Government, after high-priority sites missed out on selection.
Poor-quality radio equipment that is not authorised to operate on certain frequencies in Australia can easily be purchased online.
The ACMA's Mark Loney gives us a sneak preview of his presentation and the ACMA's workshop coming up at Comms Connect Melbourne next week.
An inquiry will be conducted by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works with regards to the provision of facilities to support Australia's electronic warfare capabilities by the Department of Defence.
New Zealand's Radio Spectrum Management (RSM) has issued its latest monthly update, covering maritime and TV white space issues.
Reports have indicated that, by the third day of India's huge spectrum auction, no bids had been received for the 700 MHz band.
Radio Spectrum Management has issued updates on maritime mobile repeaters, ground-based radiolocation, satellite earth stations and more.
In a paper submitted to the FCC, NPSTC has recommended against mixing narrowband and broadband technologies in the same spectrum segment.