No communications coverage
When providing aid in remote regions of the world, the safety and security of aid workers is paramount. Without a reliable and readily available communications system, aid workers may be facing compromised situations in which they are unable to call for assistance. Review our solutions sheet to see how we can help.
Communications loss in disaster
Natural disasters often damage the critical communications infrastructure needed to help coordinate a relief effort for those affected by the devastation. Without communications, aid providers can't contact remote and isolated communities affected by the disaster and manage aid into the region. Review our solutions sheet to see how we can help.
HF advantages over Satellite
The competing adjacent technology to HF radio for communications in remote locations is satellite phones. Recent advances have elevated HF beyond the capabilities, availability and clarity of satellite phone communications. Download the solution sheet to read more.