Survey shows that 2012 is the third consecutive year for record shipments of TETRA equipment.
ACMA chairman Chris Chapman has outlined the government regulator’s current priorities in a speech at the Comms Day Summit in Sydney.
A new study gauges public feelings of vulnerability to failure of the internet, mobile phones, electricity.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has released the latest assessment of its performance.
The global market for smart antennas is expected to grow at a significant rate from 2012 to 2018.
ACMA announces changes to radio services in Adelong, Boonah and Broken Hill.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has introduced a single regulatory compliance mark (RCM) to illustrate a device’s compliance with all applicable ACMA standards.
The Rural Fire Service is said to be the largest operator of radio communications infrastructure in NSW.
The global public safety LTE market has been forecast to increase over the next five years.
Radio over IP included in an organisation’s disaster recovery plan can help meet the increased demands of a disaster by keeping all workers connected and can be adapted to suit the needs of a changing environment.
The ACMA has asked for comment on its variations proposed for the Radiocommunications Class Licence 2000.
Backup generators provided much needed power to public safety radio communications equipment during the US hurricane disaster.