For First Responders... Portable, Reliable Radio Solutions for Difficult Environments and Long Distances

Share video, voice, and data without relying on public communications infrastructure

Firefighters, EMTs, Crisis Response Teams, and other First Responders have demanding requirements for video, voice, and data communications. When lives are on the line, they need portable, reliable solutions with the capability of transmitting video, voice, and data over large distances and in difficult environments with obstacles and congested spectrum.

Silvus TechnologiesStreamCaster™ radios feature revolutionary MN-MIMO technology, which utilize a powerful combination of Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) antenna techniques and Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (COFDM) modulation to enable unprecedented throughput, range, spectral efficiency, and robustness. Unlike 802.11-based WiFi technologies, Silvus' 100% proprietary solution provides robust, bi-directional or mesh communications in a variety of environments from dense urban to sprawling rural plains. Silvus radios combine to form a self-healing, self-forming single frequency mesh network, operating in a your choice of licensed and unlicensed bands from 400MHz to 6GHz, including the 4.9GHz public safety band. And with AES128/256 encryption and IP67 construction, the Silvus radio provides unmatched mission reliability.

StreamCaster™ provides the vital link between all your assets, from in-building, command post, mission aircraft, to HQ, and everywhere in between. Silvus delivers robust communications to your entire team ensuring they are on the same page when failure is not an option.

Features / Benefits:

  • Increase in line-of-sight (LOS) range
  • Improved reliability in non-line-of-sight (NLOS) and multipath-rich environments typical of urban and mountainous areas
  • Improved in-building penetration
  • Connectivity under highly mobile conditions on the ground and in the air
  • High data throughput rates
  • Single frequency Mobile Ad hoc Networking (MANET)


  • Fire
  • EMT
  • Crisis response

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