Yes, data that is wirelessly transmitted between transmitters and receivers is secured with AES-256 bit encryption. For this, an audio key must be saved on the transmitter and receiver. This is generated individually during the pairing process in the Unite Cockpit charger or the Unite Manager software, is then transmitted to the Unite devices and cannot be read. Network communication between the devices and the Unite Manager software is based upon SNMP version 3 including password protection. This guarantees the best possible protection against unauthorised listening.
Articles in this section
- What does UNITE’s talkback function offer me?
- How can I pair the transmitter and receiver?
- Unite how-to videos
- How do I put Unite into operation?
- How can I use Unite with multiple speakers?
- What audio interfaces does UNITE have?
- Can active talkback connections (from Unite RP-T) be deactivated using the master device?
- Can I switch off the talkback function using the Unite master device?
- Can I deactivate the talkback function on a Unite RP-T?
- How can a Unite AP4 be affixed?