"The new Digital Voice technology on Envoy is a quantum leap for HF communications. People consider HF old technology with the hiss and crackle – but now with Envoy, it has the ease of use of a smart phone, and most importantly, now sounds like one," said
Envoy's second generation Digital Voice technology supports the standards STANAG 4591 (MELPe), MIL-STD-188-141B ALE and AES-256 encryption, while also including a propriety vocoder mode which provides the superior voice performance compared to MELPe.
Additional enhancements on the Envoy include its GPS navigation, now using waypoints for measuring distances between radios and set locations, and its user interface, with a new missed call feature and the ability to group contacts for better management of communications channels and large networks. The Envoy now also supports the connection of external audio recording devices for safety, traceability and auditing requirements.
"Envoy's Digital Voice, new features and standard options – such as the colour screen, software architecture, IP capability and multi-language support – positions Envoy as the most cost-effective option for communicating without reliance on existing infrastructure. Along with
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