If it were a country, the US wireless industry would be the world's 21st largest economy, and there are more 4G subscriptions in the US than there are people.
Investment in wireless infrastructure is gaining momentum as communications service providers focus on 5G initiatives.
US online hobby equipment supplier HobbyKing has been fined US$2,861,128 by the FCC for marketing drone transmitters that did not comply with licensing rules.
This year's Comms Connect Melbourne has had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 situation, but online courses and workshops are proving highly popular.
A teardown of second-generation 5G smartphones has found that RF front end content is moving to full level, integrated modem-RF system designs.
Earthquakes, terrorist attacks and pandemics remind us of how our expectations of critical communications have also changed.
The latest specifications under oneM2M's Release 4 will soon be launched, providing a range of benefits.
Australia needs national leadership to provide a communications governance and funding framework that enables public safety agencies to get on with the job.
Release 16 has been completed, with the Stage 3 freeze and the ASN.1 and OpenAPI specification freeze being approved.
The Optus 11 satellite will use Ku band spectrum and have a footprint spanning from Antarctica to the Cocos Islands and the Pacific.
GCF and TCCA will provide an update on 2 July on progress made so far by the Joint Task Force for mission-critical product certification.
TCCA's webinar series is bringing users, developers and researchers together to set the pace for mission-critical communications innovation.
The federal government has announced the reforms it plans to the Radiocommunications Act 1992 in order to modernise Australia's spectrum management framework.