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The Australasian TETRA + Critical Communications Forum, formerly the Australasian TETRA Forum, is a chapter of the international TETRA and Critical Communications Association (TCCA) and part of more than 160 organisations from all continents of the world bringing together all those with an interest in the provision and  development of non-proprietary digital wireless communications in mission- or business-critical environments.

The TCCA also works closely with those that are responsible for the development of standards relating to critical mobile communications. These include ETSI, the European Standards Development Organisation, and 3GPP which develops and maintains standards for public mobile networks.

Web: www.tetraforum.com.au

The Australian Radio Communications Industry Association Inc (ARCIA) is a not-for-profit, incorporated association that seeks to support its members and professional users actively promoting the vital role that the radio communications industry plays in Australia’s way of life. ARCIA seeks to champion and develop specific programs that will enable continued industry growth.

Be part of the ARCIA Industry Gala Dinner held in conjunction with Comms Connect on Wednesday 2 December, Melbourne Convention Centre. For more information or to book your dinner tickets click here.

Web: www.arcia.org.au

Critical Comms provides busy two-way radio professionals with an easy-to-use, readily available source of information, crucial to gaining valuable industry insight. Members have access to thousands of informative items across a range of media channels including a print + digital magazine, weekly eNewsletter and www.CriticalComms.com.au.

Web: www.criticalcomms.com.au

The DMR Association is a global organisation focused on helping to make DMR the most widely supported 21st century digital radio standard for the business world. Through a combination of interoperability testing, certification, education, and awareness the Association is working to ensure that business buyers of today’s digital radio technology gain ongoing value through the competition and choice derived from an open, multi-vendor value chain.

Web: www.dmrassociation.org

The dPMR Association was founded in 2007 and has grown steadily ever since. It comprises manufacturers of radios, chip-sets, infrastructure, protocol stack software, test equipment etc. They all support the two ETSI dPMR standards and wish to promote the latest narrowband 6.25 kHz digital technology.

The Association has the fundamental aim of ensuring interoperability between different vendors using the ETSI interoperability standards. It is also developing updates to the ETSI standards to accommodate new applications and functionality to ensure that dPMR retains its cutting edge compared to other digital technologies.

Web: www.dpmr-mou.org

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ECD Solutions provides busy electrical, data and communications contracting, wholesaling and engineering professionals with an easy-to-use, readily available source of information, crucial to gaining valuable industry insight. Members have access to thousands of informative items across a range of media channels. Comprising a bimonthly magazine (print and digital), website and eNewsletter, subscription is free to qualified industry professionals.

Web: www.ecdsolutions.com.au

At IWCE 2013, get the real information. Learn from other cities, other colleagues, other agencies, other enterprises and the experts in communications technology systems.

Web: www.iwceexpo.com

MissionCritical Communications, Radio Resource International, and Public Safety Technology are committed to providing high-quality editorial that attracts high-quality readers. Today’s decision makers want useful information that will help them succeed in their jobs. They want the editorial excellence that the RadioResource family of magazines delivers.

Web: www.radioresourcemag.com

RFUANZ prime function is to protect, promote and preserve the rights of organisations and individuals who require access to the radio spectrum.

If you or your company depends on radio and wireless communications to operate effectively you should belong to RFUANZ.

Do you have someone in your organization that represents your interests and requirements to Government and the Government organizations that set your operating conditions and level of license fees?

Join the Radio Frequency Users Association of NZ, and allow our expert volunteers to protect, promote and preserve the Radio/Wireless Spectrum on your behalf!

To contact a RFUANZ representative please email admin@rfuanz.org.nz

Web: www.rfuanz.org.nz

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Safety Solutions provides vital information on safety products and services in the industrial, construction, utilities and mining sectors. Safety Solutions has an editorial mix of industry comment, feature articles, case studies and succinct new product items, making it a ‘must read’ for workplace safety managers in business and industry. Comprising a bimonthly magazine (print and digital), website and eNewsletter, subscription is free to qualified industry professionals.

Web: www.safetysolutions.net.au

Critical communications for all professional users.

Web: www.tandcca.com

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Technology Decisions provides busy senior IT professionals with an easy-to-use, readily available source of information, crucial to gaining valuable insight into the meeting place between business and technology. Members have access to thousands of informative items across a range of media channels.

Web: www.technologydecisions.com.au

Published monthly, What’s New in Electronics keeps electronics industry professionals abreast of what’s happening in the Australian and New Zealand markets. What’s New in Electronics has an editorial mix of news, industry comment, feature articles, case studies and succinct new product and news items making it a ‘must read’ for leaders in the industry.

Web: www.electronicsonline.net.au

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Published monthly, What’s New in Process Technology keeps process technology professionals abreast of what’s happening in the Australian and New Zealand markets. What’s New in Process Technology has an editorial mix of industry comment, feature articles, case studies and succinct new product items, making it a ‘must read’ for process managers in business and industry.

Web: www.processonline.com.au