BreadCrumb LX5-2455D - (2) 2.4 and (4) 5.8 GHz

BreadCrumb LX5-2455D - (2) 2.4 and (4) 5.8 GHz

BreadCrumb® LX5

Portable Wireless Mesh Network Node

The Rajant BreadCrumb LX5 is a rugged, wireless device that forms a mesh network when used in conjunction with other BreadCrumb systems. The LX5 contains up to four transceivers and six external antenna ports. It provides Ethernet and Wi-Fi Access Point interfaces to enable data, voice, and video applications. This solution can operate in extreme environmental conditions and has several mounting options.

BreadCrumb LX5 Key Features

·         Rajant’s patented InstaMesh® networking software, enabling the network to quickly adapt to rapidly deployed and quickly- or constantly-moving network elements

·         Multiple transceiver configurations for high levels of network reliability, redundancy and diversity, and fewer problems due to interference, congestion, and equipment outages

·         Multiple radio frequencies – 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz as well as military, licensed, public service, and other proprietary radio frequencies

·         Multiple antenna-port configurations with 2x2 MIMO (multiple-input, multiple-output), substantially increasing the capacity of transceivers

·         Support for several strong cryptographic options used for data and MAC-address encryption and per-hop, per-packet authentication

·         Rugged and environmentally sealed enclosures High bandwidth for data, voice, and video applications

·         Scalability to hundreds of mobile, high-bandwidth nodes

·         Integrated Wi-Fi Access Point service for compatibility with millions of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) client devices such as laptops, tablets, smart phones, IP cameras, sensors, and other IP devices

·         Self-configuring operation for fast and easy deployments

·         Reliable and fast off-loading to Ethernet via multiple, simultaneous bridge-mode links through the Automatic Protocol Tunneling (APT) feature

·         Mesh Clustering to designate per-BreadCrumb sub-meshes that will only mesh with a user-specified series of nodes, useful applications include:

o        Enabling two BreadCrumbs to operate in a point-to-point (PTP) capacity on the same channel as other mesh nodes, eliminating the need to purchase a third-party PTP link for backhaul

o   Isolating one or more groups of BreadCrumbs to mesh with each other and not with other nodes outside the user-defined mesh cluster

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