Motorola LXN 500 LTE broadband network infrastructure
The Motorola LXN 500 LTE ultraportable broadband network infrastructure is a small, light, full-power broadband network.
This LTE network system enables first responders to establish high-speed public safety LTE coverage within minutes.
It is an easy-to-carry, miniaturised, full-power site that fits in a briefcase, backpack or vehicle so public safety organisations can bring the broadband network with them or install it at a fixed location.
The network is built on a platform that combines an eNodeB (eNB) and evolved packet core (EPC). It creates an on-demand LTE bubble with a reach of up to 1 km, which scales up to 100 subscribers. With an activation duration of approximately five minutes, first responders will instantly get the secure LTE coverage and capacity they need.
It is Wi-Fi equipped and a complete standalone LTE network that can host software applications such as mapping, messaging and video streaming to pinpoint in-field resources in cases of emergency and enable seamless collaboration. Its compact, IP54-rated design is made for harsh environments and can withstand heat, cold, rain and other conditions faced by first responders. Roof-mounted external antennas with multiple-in-multiple-out (MIMO) configuration provide extended range and performance. Moreover, built-in GPS enhances personnel safety and route optimisation.
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