Zetron and Murus Cybersecurity have partnered up to conduct LMR/LTE research funded by the Department of Homeland Security.
A five-year research and development agreement has been announced between CEA Technologies and the Defence Science and Technology Group.
The NI LabVIEW NXG engineering system design software enables users to set up their instruments, customise tests to device specifications and view results from any web browser, on any device.
A successful trial of massive MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) technology has been carried out by Optus and Huawei.
Future 5G technology will be tested under a partnership between NEC Corporation, BT, EE and the University of Salford.
A partnership has been established between Huawei and James Cook University (JCU), focusing on the development of technology around NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT).
The detection of partial antenna failures has been enabled via advanced statistical techniques, developed by KAUST researchers.
Department 13 has been awarded a patent for power-efficient radio technology that it claims lowers the cost of components while improving signal quality.
The Markforged Mark X fibre composite 3D printer offers prototyping- and manufacturing-scale parts printing in mining, manufacturing, renewables, medical prosthetics and electronics/telecommunications applications.