ACMA has developed a class licence that provides access to 50 MHz of spectrum of the 4.9 GHz band.
Natural disasters and extreme weather are reasons given for delays to landline repairs and connections, the TIO reports.
New reports says cellular machine-to-machine connections will exceed 325 million globally in the next three years.
The NSW government has announced ITS2573, a prequalification scheme for procurement of telco equipment and services.
Study shows aviation emergency locator transmitters work only 40 to 60% of the time.
New study says the global licensed mobile radio infrastructure and system integration market is worth $2.6 billion.
The New Zealand government has released a discussion document on the auction of the 700 MHz band.
Clearance of the digital dividend spectrum is required by 1 January 2015 and this includes wireless microphone users.
The federal government has raised almost $2 billion in an auction of spectrum in the 700 MHz and 2.5 GHz bands.
US Homeland Security is seeking accreditation services for labs participating in the P25 Compliance Assessment Program.
Tests in New York City have suggested how to improve emergency radio communications inside large buildings and tunnels.
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.