Wireless communication runs into range and reliability limitations because data can only go so far on a radio signal. Sure-Fi founder and CEO Mark Hall said during an interview in Provo on Friday, Aug. 9, 2019, his signal transmits less data on a new radio module. So, long distances, concrete and metal won’t block Sure-Fi.
Josh Szymanik, Deseret News
Sure-Fi founder and CEO Mark Hall said during an interview in Provo on Friday, Aug. 9, 2019, that Sure-Fi is the world’s first RF (radio frequency) technology in an unlicensed band that’s 100% reliable, like a wire.
Josh Szymanik, Deseret News

PROVO — People’s lives have become dependent upon wireless technology. But long distances and dense walls block Wi-Fi and other radio signals.

However, a Utah County inventor has developed a signal that solves that problem, and it’s already available commercially.

“Sure-Fi is the world’s first RF (radio frequency) technology in an unlicensed band that’s 100% reliable, like a wire,” said Sure-Fi founder and CEO Mark Hall.

It’s not going to change the way our phones work. But, it will change the way that data is transmitted wirelessly …read more

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Provo company’s technology could change data transmission

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