Registrations are now open.
With the theme ‘Spectrum in Motion’, covering spectrum reform and implementation issues, RadComms 2017 runs 1-2 November in Sydney, and the line-up now features three hands-on workshops, with an inaugural address from new ACMA Chair, Nerida O’Loughlin.
O’Loughlin will speak on the first morning of the conference, which also features an opening address from the Minister for Communications, Senator the Hon. Mitch Fifield. Editor in Chief of IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Professor Katina Michael, will then deliver the keynote address on the ‘Internet of Us’.
As reported by radioinfo, three parallel workshops, held on the first day, will focus on radiocommunications licensing, interference management, and equipment rules. These workshops will offer the opportunity to both contribute to and gain a deeper insight into spectrum reform and implementation issues.