Provo company Sure-Fi has developed a new radio which they claim is the world’s first which can send signals though metal, brick, concrete and any other material that typically prevents signals from getting through. The patented technology takes just minutes to install, and according to a press release, it’s currently being used in construction sites, mines, factories and congested areas like apartment complexes and stadiums.
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals can only go about 300 feet and are often slowed down, interrupted or blocked in congested areas, the press release states. Higher bandwidths and radio frequencies have even more trouble penetrating these kinds of obstacles, and sometimes have little or no security, leaving them vulnerable to attacks, according to the press release.
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