Comms Connect 2017 Review
Comms Connect 2017 Review - By Logan Caulfield
Melbourne is the annual stage for Australasian critical communication vendors and service providers alike to show their wares and flaunt their achievements. This year, in the 36-degree Victorian heat was no different, however, it did have a rather noticeable difference in the look and feel to previous years’ events. A more eclectic bunch, and a larger range of not only vendors, but technologies too.
174-184 MHz – Land Mobile Radio technical consultation
- Auction of FM sound broadcasting spectrum licences
- Managed Spectrum Park Rules and Licence Agreements – Associated entity provisions
- Applications received for managed spectrum park licences
RFUANZ Committee Meeting with RSM 28th September
Face to Face RFUANZ Committee Meeting with RSM 28th September 2017.
Two Way Radios – An essential part of your business toolbox
Going back a few years now it seemed that mobile radio was nearing the end of its life with our typical users as cellular coverage grew and everyone had a least one cell phone, then came the reality that cell phones do not replace mobile radio.
IOT – so what’s new?!
Internet of Things (IOT), Internet of Everything (IOE), both buzz words of the minute. Confusing to some, scary to others, but what we as an industry group need to know, is that we have been delivering these sorts of systems for a long time now.
Important information from RSM
Please read the letter from Fadia Mudafa, the Compliance Officer at Radio Spectrum Management, about recent audits by RSM.
Review of the License Fee Framework
Radio Spectrum Management is reviewing the Fees Framework and the issues that are relevant for setting the fees for Spectrum users and is asking for feedback on their proposal.
New organiser for the RFUANZ Conference and Exhibition
The Radio Frequency Users Association of New Zealand is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with Westwick Farrow Media for the ongoing organisation of the Conference and Exhibition