ACMA says that three of the nation’s largest telcos have demonstrated “a high level of compliance” when it comes to dealing with customers’ complaints on time.
BBC Radio 4 has aired a series on technology security issues of great interest to public safety and infrastructure agencies.
ACMA says boaters’ awareness of VHF marine radio protocols is at an all-time high.
Telstra has been found in breach of privacy regulations, after details of 734,000 customers were visible via the internet.
Over 4300 premises in Tasmania are NBN connected via fibre, with another 6300 connected via 4G fixed wireless.
ACMA introduces new rules to ensure users in remote areas of Australia have access to the Triple Zero system via satellite phones.
Licences in the 28/31 GHz spectrum bands will change from spectrum to apparatus licences from February next year.
A new report explores the threats faced by cities, critical success factors for security systems and the decision processes behind city surveillance projects.
Academics say a forthcoming huge increase in internet traffic will require major infrastructure upgrades.
The Canadian government is calling for proposals to improve resilience to public safety and security threats.
The federal government has set a base price for spectrum access charges and is inviting industry comment.
Some technical changes will affect manufacturers and importers of wireless microphones in the digital dividend frequencies.
ACMA has developed a class licence that provides access to 50 MHz of spectrum of the 4.9 GHz band.