Cognitive Wireless MANET Radio & Mesh Technology for Tactical, Mission-Critical Datalinks

Lightweight MANET Software-Defined Radio Launched

By Mike Ball / 09 Dec 2020
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Creomagic CreoHub-Light software-defined radioCreomagic has introduced the CreoHub-Light, a new lighter version of the company’s CreoHub MANET (Mobile Ad-Hoc Networking) software-defined radio. The new product weighs less than 340 grams (12 oz) and features a temperature-resistant housing as well as dual customized antennas for maximum communication performance.

The compact unit has all the proprietary features of the larger CreoHub, including cognitive sense-and-avoid, spectrum optimization and superior NLOS (non-line-of-sight) capabilities. Designed to provide high-security wireless mesh connectivity and mission-critical communications, the CreoHub-Light enables the transmission and sharing of real-time video, voice, text message and location data.

The CreoHub-Light is ideal for creating personal radio networks for tactical applications such as search and rescue, law enforcement, disaster management and battlefield deployment, especially dense urban areas and other environments with unreliable or no existing communications infrastructure.

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