The ICT sector in Ireland may reflect on 2014 as a year of great opportunity and promise in wireless research and development
For the seventh year running, the Irish telecommunications regulator (ComReg) sponsored an award at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2015
Third meeting on Wireless Communications and Sensing - Devices, Components & Systems
Global ICT solutions provider Huawei tests wireless service innovations at its Ireland Research Centre
Intel Labs Europe continues radio propagation trials with the National Centre for Telecommunications Research (the CTVR)
Once again Dublin hosts Open Innovation 2.0 at The Convention Centre Dublin
What went on at the biennial event?
Preliminary consultation: Management and use of the UHF radio frequency band in Ireland 4 70 to 790MHz)
National media coverage at www.independent.ie/business
The Communications & Radio Sciences Committee, of Royal Irish Academy, to hold its 17th Colloquium
A major opportunity to impress foreign investors and business leaders at ITLG Forum
The 2014 exhibition will break all previous records with the highest number of individual schools entering at 379 with 2000 projects
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ComReg receives prestigious award at Engineers Ireland Continuous Professional Development Employer of the Year competition.
ComReg facilitates next generation mobile broadband testing in Ireland
U.S. Companies Invited to Test & Trial Wireless Communications using Ireland's Radio Spectrum