GBT Technologies Inc. ( OTCMKTS: GTCH ) (“GBT” or the “Company”) announced they are weighing a hybrid method comprising typical Software Defined Radio (SDR) technologies for their GEN II system for long-range radio. The GEN II edition aims to include their AI equipment with the objective of supporting smart communication functions for civilian and military fields.
The Infinia radio communication system directly utilizes its AI radio-monitor processes with the aim of supporting long-scale radio transmissions in all environments, seasons, and climate conditions. The Hybrid system runs using SDR transceivers as Relay and/or Repeater units and standard transceivers.
( OTCMKTS: GTCH ) GBT Technologies Inc. mobile units will send recognition data and message calls to support units. The support units will use smart software controls to analyze and forecast a feasible communication line centered on conquering dead areas. The blend of SDR and traditional radio systems intends to create a smart, extended-range resolution for information and voice transmission. GBT’s Infinia functions through High Frequency (HF) radio signals and transmits through an ionospheric propagation environment with the objective of going extremely long distances. GBT thinks the Infinia equipment will permit communication across isolated zones with small or no conventional reception.
( OTCMKTS: GTCH ) GBT Technologies Inc. filed a non-conditional copyright request for their Infinia system. This pursuit is to defend an innovative long-range information and voice radio system. The Company’s CTO stated they are assessing a Hybrid method for their GEN II Infinia system. They will use SDR equipment for their support units to operate as the head of the system, detecting and finding ideal transmission paths for mobile units that will be standard HF technology centered.
( OTCMKTS: GTCH ) GBT Technologies Inc. plans to incorporate its AI equipment to allow an efficient computation and calculation for an ideal communication route centered on Earth’s ionospheric conditions. It automatically adjusts the frequency, antennae type, energy, and directions. They plan to assess the GEN II design and if it can effectively apply for civilian and military purposes.