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.
The GSMA, the body that represents the worldwide mobile communications industry, says that Spain's industry ministry has announced that he will issue a decree to regulate the 790 to 862 MHz band that will be freed up after Spain phases out analog television.
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.
The real-time images allow operators to see what the problem is and ultimately will help the centre in assessing the kind of response that may be needed.
Axell Wireless has launched what is believed to be the world's first terrestrial trunked radio (TETRA) digital repeater based on software defined radio (SDR) technology.
Daniels Electronics has renewed its distribution agreement via the Icom Systems group.
Actix has predicted that with the arrival of 4G network managers will have a sharper focus on the delivery cost per data bit.
At what point did it become fashionable and corporately clever to outsource communication projects to global organisations rather than lead with courage and vision to support and build these radio communication systems and foster Aussie innovators.
Daniels Electronics and Icom America have completed interoperability testing between their P25 encrypted trunked products.
The decision by the European Parliament to accept the amendment of the GSM Directive to allow UMTS (WCDMA-HSPA) technology to be used in the 900 MHz band has been welcomed by the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA).
The overall theme of this year's APCO Australasian 2009 conference and exhibition, held at Australia's Technology Park in Sydney, earlier this month, was 'Leaders in Public Safety — When Every Second Counts'.
The Benelec DRAI — dual radio audio interface — was developed for the NSW Fire Brigade. Mobile radios are mounted inside the cabin of the vehicle. The Benelec DRAI allows firefighters to control pump appliances from the rear of the vehicle and at the same time enable access to radio audio controls during an incident.
A Spanish industrial consortium, led by Teltronic, is championing research into broadband professional mobile communications to satisfy the demands of professional users.
Teltronic has supplied TETRA solutions to two of Asia’s fastest growing container ports — Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia, and Pusan Newport, South Korea.
A police radio system that is now so efficient that finding extra parking places for offenders' cars is now a priority was one of the benefits outlined in a case study of the ongoing development of WAPOL, the West Australian police radio network.