After disasters such as the Beaconsfield mine collapse, safety of underground miners has been in the spotlight. One way to improve miners’ safety is to provide radio communications between workers underground and the ones on the surface.
3T Communications, in partnership with its parent company Sepura, has been awarded a prestigious contract to provide a TETRA mobile communications network to Audi’s headquarters and largest production plant in Ingolstadt, Germany.
The arrival of digital communications, in the form of digital radio handsets and their supporting networks, are changing the fundamental nature of how work is done, how lives are saved and how profits are made.
The ACMA has released the outcomes paper of its review of VHF marine radio operator qualifications for recreational boaters.
The Federal Communications Commission has endorsed the use of TETRA in the US under its Part 90 rules.
The ACMA has published a response paper following its review of the spectrum licencing technical and regulatory framework.
The GERYON project is set to eliminate incompatibility between systems and focuses on increasing interoperability.
Peter Clemons from Quixoticity looks at the road ahead and considers some sombre forecasts.
Can we encourage the next generation to be involved in the radio industry? This article looks at how the industry can improve the balance of people entering and those retiring.
The Global Mobile Suppliers Association has published an update to its Evolution to LTE report.
Tait Communications research leader Dr Clive Horn examines the standard and offers practical advice when considering merging LTE with existing narrowband radio technology.
Mobile broadband radio communications vital for public safety agencies, says Police Federation of Australia.
ARCIA attended the APCO Australasia conference on the Gold Coast in March where we attracted new members and presented on disaster planning and the need to coordinate plans to provide interoperability, particularly in remote areas where infrastructure is limited.