The AirWay System is completely secure. How can we say that? Through our seven-step process which ultimately allows us to insure the safety of our customers from eavesdroppers.
Digitizing. When making a call, the voice stream is analog. AirWay HandSets take that analog stream and digitize it.
Digitizing the signal does two things. First, it makes the signal clearer- thus better reception for the user. Second, a digitized stream is harder to intercept.
Scrambling. After the signal is digitized we scramble it as well. If someone tried to intercept the data stream all they would get is scrambled data. If they were listening to a scanner they
would only hear digital noise, much like a telephone modem.
Encoding. We also encode the data before sending it. If someone were to intercept the data stream en-route, many things would have to happen. Not only would they have to unscramble it, but
they would also need to know how we encoded the stream, and then decode it. AirWay's encoding scheme is proprietary, buried in the logic of a custom chip, and unreadable from the outside
Batch Transmitting. When we transmit the data stream, we do so in short batches, or packets. We send a small, packet transmission every 1.75 milliseconds. By transmitting in packets we cause
the data stream to break up. If someone were to grab the stream they would only get one small piece of the overall data puzzle - putting a puzzle together with only one piece is impossible. Even
if they did assemble multiple pieces, they would still have to decode and unscramble the data.
Reassembling. As the AirWay Controller collects the packets, it begins to reassemble them into a complete and correct data stream.
Decode. After reassembling the stream the Controller begins to decode the data stream.
Unscrambling. Then it will unscramble the decoded message before broadcasting the voice signal into your secure, hard-wired telephone line.