Damaged communications infrastructure
In places affected by conflict, communications infrastructure isn’t available to support peacekeeping operations. Peacekeepers entering the region are therefore unable to communicate with base operations to report and monitor the situation or request assistance. Review our solutions sheet to see how we can help.
No interoperability across devices
Peacekeeping operations require different signalling platforms for short range and long range communications, as well as the flexibility to communicate from a fixed location, vehicles and while on foot. Interoperability and flexibility is critical to operations. 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.