A look into the technology solutions we offer, from secure mesh communications to OSINT services.

HyphaMESH extends critical connectivity miles into difficult wildland terrain where cellular and radio signals are not reliable, including: California’s Santa Monica Mountains, Yerba Buena and Sepulveda Canyons, California’s Mount Baldy Village, Icehouse Canyon Trailhead, and California’s Angeles National Forest.

HyphaMESH extends critical connectivity miles into difficult wildland terrain where cellular and radio signals are not reliable, including: California’s Santa Monica Mountains, Yerba Buena and Sepulveda Canyons, California’s Mount Baldy Village, Icehouse Canyon Trailhead, and California’s Angeles National Forest.

Introduction to hyphaMesh

HyphaMESH solutions offer an IP transparent network, based on the COFDM waveform, that can operate independently or integrate back to a central core, wider network or the internet. This extends coverage for Wi-Fi enabled devices, sensors and cameras into challenging environments such as back country, urban or underground areas of operation

We are proud to be able to ship 140 of our class leading PTT IP Mesh hand-held MANET radios to the Ukrainian Military forces, via Poland. We got the call for any radios that might be available immediately, off the shelf, no delays.

From Death Valley in Arizona to the deepest catacombs under Paris , our Hypha/PTT Mesh radios have excelled in a multitude of challenging environments

IP Mesh radio 64 nodes

Sovereign Systems IP Mesh Radio Update

As you know, we have been very successful with our development of the PTT IP Mesh hand-held Mesh radio, the world’s smallest, truly hand-held radio using COFDM Mesh technology.

Wireless Mesh Radio Network

How do Mesh Radios / Nodes work?

Mesh Radios or Nodes have a transceiver, meaning it acts as both a transmitter and receiver. This allows the Radio/Node to operate as a bi-directional radio carrying any IP traffic, including video, audio and data across a network of radios in a “mesh”.

UAV IMSI Catcher

Clip-On UAV IMSI Catcher

Traditional deployment of IMSI Catcher technology has been in vehicles, to allow for high power output, or in covert backpacks, for close quarter work, where vehicles are impractical, or would raise suspicion. IMSI Catchers have been deployed in aircraft for search & rescue and border patrol and, more recently, in UAVs or drones. As dedicated platforms, these are proprietary and tend to be expensive and quite large, not easy to deploy rapidly.

mMesh Technology: Marine

Mesh Technology

We have build up a portfolio of products that complements our MESH technology. These different technologies can be integrated with MESH to offer bespoke solutions to government agencies, responsible for defence and homeland security. The solutions can also be adapted for the private sector, for example broadcasters, oil and gas sector etc.

Mesh border control

The use of cameras and other sensors in border surveillance is becoming more common. Many unattended and/or unofficial border crossings are exploited by persons seeking illegal entry to a country. This is prevalent in Asian, Latin American and African countries.