New Zealand's Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is reviewing the acquisition limits ('spectrum caps') on spectrum holdings in the 2.1 GHz band used for 3G mobile.
Murray Irrigation's need for a communications solution that can deliver resilient, IP-based voice and data communications has been fulfilled thanks to the Simoco Xfin's IP-based distributed architecture.
ReportsnReports.com has released 'The Public Safety LTE & Mobile Broadband Market: 2014-2020'. The report presents an in-depth assessment of the global public safety LTE market, besides considering the wider LMR and mobile broadband industries.
Market intelligence firm ABI Research has released its latest DAS Vendor Competitive Assessment. Topping the assessment is CommScope, which is followed by TE Connectivity, Axell, Corning and SOLiD.
Stéphane Téral, Infonetics' principal analyst for mobile infrastructure and carrier economics, believes that Brazil will not be mobile-ready for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communication System Authority (LA-RICS) has selected Motorola Solutions to develop a wireless public safety broadband network (PSBN).
The New Zealand government recently concluded the second and final 700 MHz auction round. Critical Comms gets an update on the process and what happens now.
Emergency locator beacons used in US Air Force ejection seats and parachute packs have failed in almost 50% of ejections and 24% of bench tests.
Following last month's auction of New Zealand's 4G spectrum, a supplementary auction will be held in an attempt to unload the one lot that remained unsold.
Bishop and Associates has released a market research report covering the varying technologies being used in mobile backhaul networks, the equipment involved and the connectivity products needed to support these solutions.
The maritime very-small-aperture terminal market is forecast to increase at 7.61% through 2016, driven by reductions in operational costs and adoption of broadband services.
Vodafone, 2degrees and Telecom have paid a total of NZ$176 million in the 700 MHz spectrum auction, with one 2x5 MHz block of spectrum unsold.
Australia's first fully featured, purpose-built VHF DSC marine radio station has been commissioned at Sandringham, Victoria, providing automatic distress and safety services for vessels operating in Port Phillip Bay.
Cassidian will supply 100 TETRA base stations and two DXT3 TETRA switches to the largest TETRA network in Asia.