Ofcom is planning to expand spectrum access for mobile services in the 3.6 GHz to 3.8 GHZ band.
More spectrum will be made available for spectrum licensing, bringing 5G mobile broadband services a step closer for Australia.
Interference diagnosis and management is all in a day's work for the ACMA and its expert inspectors.
Industry workshops are being held by Radio Spectrum Management in New Zealand, to explore requirements for the 5G network.
All telecommunications providers will be able to bid for residual spectrum sold at competitive auction, following changes made by the federal government to existing allocation limits.
ACMA will sell spectrum for mobile broadband, LTE and possibly 5G technologies later in 2017.
The NI mmWave transceiver system enables the full transceiver to transmit and/or receive wide-bandwidth signals of up to 2 GHz of bandwidth in real time, covering spectrum from 27.5 to 29.5 GHz.
An auction of spectrum licences in the 700 MHz band will take place in April 2017, and the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is inviting applications from prospective participants.
The reserve price and competition limits for an upcoming auction of 700 MHz digital dividend spectrum has been announced by the federal government.
Optus, Telstra, TPG and Vodafone have all emerged winners in the auction for 1800 MHz band spectrum, together spending over $500 million in a bid to secure regional licences.
The spectrum available in New Zealand for short range devices (SRDs) has increased by an additional bandwidth of 6 MHz in the 900 MHz ISM band.
A new report released by the GSMA shows the economic benefits of additional C-band spectrum for mobile broadband.
Anritsu has added the MA2808A high-performance waveguide mixer (60 to 90 GHz) to its MS2830A Signal/Spectrum Analyser series.
Anritsu has introduced the Remote Spectrum Monitor, a platform of modular and scalable products, without a display or keyboard, that automates the method of conducting radio surveillance, interference detection and government spectrum policy enforcement.
Hardware breakthrough could see wireless devices that identify and exploit unused frequencies.