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The new technology will allow you to use your smartphone in the absence of signals of cellular networks

27 Sep 2017

Recently organized company Sonnet of Toronto offers the customers a device that allows them to communicate and exchange data in the absence of signals of cellular networks. The proposed device, the size of which is comparable to the size of the Burger, is a digital full duplex radio operating in one of the ranges of the far radio. At the core of this system is based on old and proven technology, but the company's specialists Sonnet adds some modern functionality.

The communication between the smartphone and the external station can be performed by a special cable, or using wireless technologies. A specialized application that manages the radio station, you can transfer audio, text, graphical information and other data, for example, GPS coordinates. The receiver of this information is a second mobile phone to be equipped with the Sonnet and in the range of the radio transmitter of the first phone. And all transmitted information is encrypted using the standard AES algorithm.

System Sonnet starts to work in the absence of signals of cellular communication and wireless networks or when cellular networks are overloaded in places where a large number of people. Another option for the use of the system Sonnet is using her as a backup system of communications in areas of natural disasters or man-made disasters. In this case, each device Sonnet starts to work in repeater mode, transferring data through the chain until they will not get the phone in the service area of a cellular network or a Wi-Fi network.

For any emergency the device Sonnet has a special feature when it begins to transmit SOS signal on his transmitter frequency bands. This signal may be accompanied by data of GPS coordinates, which can be quite simple to set the location of the person in distress.

Under normal conditions, the range of a single transmitter system Sonnet is about 5 kilometers, and if the transmitter is to raise the elevation, then its range can be increased two times. In urban conditions the range is up to two kilometers. Integrated in the device lithium polymer battery provides 24 hours of continuous operation Sonnet, in addition to this, it can be recharging mobile phone batteries.