Primetech's brand, 'MultiNet' integrates Satellite, LTE/5G, Wi-Fi & COFDM to deliver a resilient, flexible and secure communications solution.

‘MultiNet’ is a license-free, transparent platform for use by either single organisations or a combination of multiple agencies.

As a solution, 'MultiNet' is easy-to-use, is fully integrated and amalgamates multiple-communication media, for example, LTE, (ESN), Wi-Fi, COFDM UHF, VHF, and last resort Satellite to provide fast, responsive and effective management in any event.

Our technology enables collaboration and interaction by a broader audience to ensure accurate information and complete management is available to decision-makers and observers alike.

'MultiNet' includes audio and visual reporting through the Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC) BWV cameras, live-streaming from UAV's and tripod-mounted cameras all delivered securely across a self-healing COFDM Mesh network.

'MultiNet' is independent of terrestrial networks meaning that in a worst-case scenario – all terrestrial communications are destroyed; as a last resort technology, satellite communications will

Fulfilling the demand for:

  • Temporary or special project networks
  • Greenfield developments
  • Emergency/Disaster response
  • Festivals/Sporting events

Primetech’s MultiNet communications deliver Anytime, Anywhere.

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Seamless Voice, Video And Data, Across Many Devices, For Multiple Missions 

kendal 20We’ve been using Primetech’s MultiNet satellite internet system for a couple of years and it has proved its worth many times in our more remote areas. More recently we’ve incorporated it into our new control vehicle with a small modification to the modem Peli-case, introducing a weather-proof RJ45 connector which allows us to have the modem hard-wired into the vehicle’s network for improved connectivity.

The new control vehicle has a repeater linked to other repeaters on a network via the internet, so a good stable internet connection was vital. It’s quite amazing to think that a simple two way radio communication between base and a team member in the remotest of locations is actually travelling via satellite.’

Kendal Mountain Rescue Team