Motorola Solutions (NYSE:MSI) continues to support the rollout of FirstNet with the FirstNet Readyâ¢ LEX L11 handheld device, the company said.
The company´s public safety LTE device is designed for use on FirstNet — the nationwide public safety LTE communications platform dedicated to America´s first responders — or similar global public safety networks.
FirstNet is being built by AT&T in public-private partnership with the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority). Motorola Solutions is a core member of the AT&T team selected by the FirstNet Authority to deliver FirstNet. Motorola Solutions is working with AT&T to provide first responders with the next generation of software capabilities, including voice, data, image and message sharing across a secure network to enable them to quickly access and coordinate action based on vital information.
As a FirstNet Ready LTE device, the LEX L11 allows first responders access to secure apps for increased situational awareness. The LEX L11 is designed for use with the FirstNet Certified AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk (EPTT) application. In addition, the LTE device can be paired to APXTM two-way radios for interoperability between ASTROÂ® 25 land-mobile radio (LMR) networks and FirstNet. The device´s unprecedented noise canceling capabilities allows users to operate in high-noise environments typical for public safety, while also enabling situational awareness back to dispatch centers.
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