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Aviat Networks More Than Doubles Capacity of Mission Critical Technology in Florida

Date: 2017-05-11
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IRU 600 Microwave Platform supports growth in HD Video, Security and Surveillance, and Other Applications

 

Aviat Networks, Inc., a leading expert in microwave networking solutions, has announced new capabilities which will more than double over-the-air capacity of the IRU 600 mission critical radio platform used by Public Safety Communications Networks, and police and fire and rescue networks across Florida and other parts of the country.

These enhancements include a new radio card - the RAC70 - which will enable twice as much data to be sent and received by IRU 600 microwave communications devices operating in specific segments of the radio band. 

Not only do these new capabilities increase today’s capacity, customers will also be future proofing their network as RAC70 is capable of working with future versions of Aviat radio units which will begin rolling out this calendar year. This will ultimately result in over 250% more capacity than current product.  This will enable quick transmission of HD video, imagery, and secure correspondence as demand grows, and in emergency situations, including hurriances and law enforcement incidents.

Currently deployed in all 50 states, in 50% of the leading U.S. Utilities, and in the world’s largest LTE networks, IRU 600 continues to be most trusted radio for service provider, state/local governments, utilities, and many others. Entities that depend on this radio across Florida include: the State Department of Transportation, the City of Ft. Lauderdale, the City of Miami Beach, and  counties including: Collier, Broward, Lee, Martin, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Saint Lucie Fire, Sarasota/Manatee, and Volusia.

For more information about Aviat Networks, visit www.aviatnetworks.com 

- Corporate News/9-1-1magazine.com (via Aviat Networks, 5/9/17)

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