When satellite communications came on the scene, there was much excitement about audio quality and security.
For years, HF radio has been the go-to for NGOs, security organisations, peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts, commercial businesses and government institutions.
Across the public and private sector, and spanning a range of industries, tracking vehicle and equipment movements in the field is important.
High Frequency radio communications has been a staple for use in remote areas, but can HF radio deliver reliably in dry soil and arid desert conditions?
In times of crisis, first responders must be able to communicate with each other and their station. This is especially true if that crisis happens to be a wildfire or bushfire.
With the books closed on the 2019 Defence and Security Equipment International Exhibition in London, a new range of tactical radio made its formal introduction to the world: the PRC-4090 tactical high-frequency software-defined radio.