Your radio equipment just got an order of magnitude better. We give your software full control over both the transmit and receive hardware chain, so your communications device provides the ultimate in stealth, flexibility, and power-efficiency. Offer our troops the widest spectrum of frequencies in hostile environments with the size and power characteristics comparable to fixed-frequency communications.
Here's Why Flexible-Spectrum
Radios Are Better
Your software controls frequency for both reception and transmission
10x Receiver Dynamic Range
Our receivers reliably detect signals even with 10x more interference
10x Better Power Efficiency
A better power amplifier unlocks longer missions at lower power
Dramatically improved Signal-to-Noise Ratio
We eliminate most of the noisy RF spectrum to extract a much cleaner signal with high fidelity, increasing data rates.
Less Power Draw
Much less compute needed than purely software-based tuning
No need for separate chips for each frequency + smaller batteries and heat sinks
Struggling to Upgrade Your Systems?
We Solved That.
Imagine What You'll Build
Drones and Counter-Drone Systems
The Power and Efficiency of Single-Band Radio.
The Flexibility of Software-Defined Radio.
Let's Build the Future Together
We are in discussions with industry partners to offer upgraded systems based on out technology. Want to explore opportunities with us as well?
Communication drives innovation. That's why we are creating a future where flexible, low-cost radios allow mankind to extract dramatically more use from the radio spectrum. Our approach to innovating communications is to fundamentally reconsider radio architecture. Ever since Edwin Armstrong invented the superheterodyne architecture a century ago, engineers have sought to capture a wide frequency range before filtering it to a fixed frequency in the hardware. More recently, software-defined radio offered an alternative to fixed-frequency, but at the steep cost of processing power and energy consumption. We have created reconfigurable radios that are an order of magnitude better than what's currently available and we're just getting started. Born at the Cornell School of Engineering, EchoICS technology is the result of a decade of research. Want to discuss a partnership, or curious about job opportunities? Contact us today to talk about the power of software-tuned communications in action.
Thomas Tapen, PhD
Olalekan Afuye, PhD
Alyssa Apsel, PhD