IoT Module & Data Card Drive First Responder Routers

Telit, an enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), reports that its LTE LE910C4-NF IoT module and LM960 data card were selected by Centrix IP to power a line of first responder communication routers from Agile Interoperable Solutions (AIS). AIS routers will operate in cellular band 14, which is the frequency licensed to the First Responder Network Authority to create a coast-to-coast US wireless broadband network for the public safety sector.

 

Centrix IP has marketed their current range of routers for nearly ten years in three different versions across North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific region. With the global capabilities of the Telit LM960 data card, the company is looking to provide the same router across multiple geographies.

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The AIS range will be available with vehicle mounting, as a portable unit, or as a ruggedized backpack for on-person support. Multiple vehicle or backpack units can be ‘meshed’ together to create a larger Wi-Fi coverage area for incident response units, for emergency use as a business continuity back-up, or to support an event.

 

The LM960 Gigabit Cat 18 data card is thought to be the world’s first global mini PCI express card capable of supporting 23 global LTE bands and providing a truly worldwide single SKU router solution.  For greater knowledge, check out Telit’s LE910Cx-NF series modules and the company’s LM960 data card. And while you are at it, pay a visit to AIS and Centrix IP.

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