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Bushfire prone areas on the fringe of major cities will be better connected through the Australian Government’s $16.4 million Peri-Urban Mobile...
Public consultation on the Terms of Endorsement for the .au Domain Administration (auDA) is now open.
The new Zones will bring the total number to 284 nationally, supporting over 840,000 businesses
Limits will apply to the amount of low-band spectrum that mobile network operators can acquire at the 850/900 MHz band auction.
Australians who connect online are encouraged to have their say on basic online safety expectations supporting the new Online Safety Act 2021.
Learn about the basic principles of EME so you can better understand how it plays a role in our lives, safely.
Learn about the history of Electromagnetic Energy (EME) and the important role it plays in our day-to-day lives.
Learn about Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Energy (RF EME) from telecommunications and how it is researched to make sure it is safe.
The Council plays an important role in providing advice on how Australia can maximise the economic and social benefits of widespread broadband...
Nearly $20 million in funding has been awarded to projects that will test and develop the use of 5G to boost business productivity.
The rollout of Advanced Mobile Location (AML) is now complete in Australia, and all users with an upgraded Android or iPhone handset can access...
Stop scammers crossing the line – one call at a time.
New Statement of Expectations for NBN Co.
The Regional Telecommunications Independent Review Committee will examine the adequacy of telecommunications services in regional, rural and remote...
The Australian Broadband Advisory Council (the Council) has today released its report into connectivity for the agri-tech sector, which will help...
We will soon have a new home at infrastructure.gov.au
5G has been described as a “game changer” and there’s a lot of information and opinions about it. Some of it is accurate but a lot of it isn’t. ...
New analysis shows Australia's cultural and creative activity contributed $115.8 billion to the economy in 2018–19.