U.K.’s ESN Approves Telit Module for Use in Public-Safety LTE Equipment
Tuesday, May 19, 2020 | Comments

The U.K. Emergency Service Network (ESN) reviewed the Telit LM960A18 PCI Express Mini Card (mPCIe) Gigabit LTE module for use by the network. The internet of things (IoT) module can be integrated into handheld devices and wireless routers for gigabit cellular communications.

The module’s form factor is compatible with a variety of first responder devices, such as gateways and network routers inside fire trucks, ambulances and other first responder vehicles., the company said. The LM960A18 supports multiple RF bands and band combinations to accommodate global deployments with 3G fallback. It also supports multiple satellite location technologies including GPS.

The module is capable of 1.2 Gigabits per second (Gbps) download and 150 Megabits per second (Mbps) upload speeds, thanks to the support of interband uplink carrier aggregation, which makes it ideal for bidirectional bandwidth-intensive public-safety applications, such as live streaming, high-definition video and first responder vehicular routers.

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