BreadCrumb ME4-2450R - (2) 2.4 and (2) 5.8 GHz

BreadCrumb ME4-2450R - (2) 2.4 and (2) 5.8 GHz

BreadCrumb® ME4

Portable Wireless Mesh Network Node

The Rajant BreadCrumb ME4 is a rugged, wireless device that

forms a mesh network when used in conjunction with other BreadCrumb systems. This portable, wireless mesh network node contains two transceivers and up to four external antenna ports. It provides Ethernet and Wi-Fi Access Point interfaces to enable data, voice, and video applications. The ME4 is reliable in extreme environmental conditions and has several mounting options. 

BreadCrumb ME4 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

Radio frequencies – 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, 4.9 GHz, 5 GHz and others

Two antenna-port configurations with 2x2 MIMO (multiple-input, multiple-output), substantially increasing the capacity of a transceiver

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

Lightweight and portable

Rugged and environmentally sealed enclosure

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 bridgemode links through the Automatic Protocol Tunnelling (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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