When engaging in a critical comms or humanitarian mission, timing and efficiency are everything.
Humanitarian aid organisations shoulder immense responsibility. The world’s most vulnerable people look to them for crucial support during their times of need.
Frequency hopping is a method by which radio signals “hop” around a frequency in a pattern creating transmissions that are impossible to decipher from the outside.
The recent Australian bushfires made an unprecedented impact on the continent. According to the UN Environment Programme,
Software-defined radio (SDR) can be invaluable for humanitarian missions, providing seamless operation in the field and facilitating ease-of-use.