Extended Coverage for First Responders: Learn from Industry Leaders How AirgainConnect® is Proof that High Power Broadband Works and What it Means to You
Now Available On Demand
FirstNet®, Built with AT&T, introduced its MegaRange™ capabilities in January, which made high power user equipment (HPUE) available for public safety use on its network. AirgainConnect AC-HPUE™ is the first and only integrated HPUE antenna-modem available for use on FirstNet, and is capable of increasing power up to 10x when compared to conventional solutions. This performance enhancement provides 2x range increase, 4x coverage area increase, and enables first responders to improve their operational efficiency.
The uplink signal is the weakest link in the LTE connection, which can be problematic in fringe coverage areas, rural/remote areas, tunnels, or inside buildings such as underground parking garages. When the uplink is disconnected, the user gets no service in the downlink. If communications infrastructure becomes interrupted during emergency situations like a fire or power outage, the AirgainConnect antenna-modem provides increased LTE resilience to compensate for a failed base station.
AirgainConnect has been put to the test in urban, suburban, and rural areas, and the results speak for themselves. This webinar will share drive test results to prove that AirgainConnect’s performance extends range beyond normal limits and increases data speeds for public safety applications.
In the webinar, you will:
- Hear first-hand how industry leaders have tested AirgainConnect as they share their groundbreaking results
- Learn how AirgainConnect maximizes coverage, enhances building penetration, and provides higher data rates for optimal throughput
- Understand the importance of an uplink signal for end-user devices, such as vehicle routers, tablets, smartphones, and IoT connectivity
CEO and Principal Analyst
Andrew Seybold, Inc.
Senior Principal Analyst, Public Safety and Critical Communications
SVP of Global Product and Marketing
Donny Jackson – Moderator
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