Remote communications breakthrough using shortwave radio

Written by on September 7, 2015 in Snippets with 0 Comments

Remote areas have traditionally been the domain of satellite communications, but now Finnish startup KNL Networks claims to have developed an alternative that is not only cheaper but offers reliable global coverage.

KNL has been developing its Cognitive Networked HF (CNHF) radio system since 2011, when the company was spun-off from the University of Oulu’s Centre of Wireless Communication. Although it’s called a radio system, CNHF is far from your in-car entertainment: it uses shortwave radio transmissions to send and receive any form of digital data, including files and real-time location data, over thousands of kilometres. Read full story here….

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