Industry's First Gigabit LTE Module for FirstNet Applications

Telit has introduced the first PCI Express Mini Card (mPCIe) for the FirstNet ecosystem. The LM960 joins the FirstNet lineup as the latest milestone in Telit's commitment to providing the first responder community with solutions and support for potentially lifesaving applications.

Telit's LM960 is the first fully industrial-grade, Cat 18 mPCIe module, in a form factor that is compatible with a wide variety of first responder devices, such as gateways and network routers inside fire trucks, ambulances and other first responder vehicles. The LM960 remains the only module in the industry with 4x4 MIMO antennas, non-contiguous uplink carrier aggregation and 256 QAM high-order downlink modulation. It supports multiple satellite location technologies, including GPS. In addition to Band 14, the LM960 operates all other cellular bands used by FirstNet to provide first responders with maximum connection reliability anywhere in the country.

The LM960 has LTE Advanced Pro Category 18 technology, capable of 1.2 Gbps download and 150 Mbps upload speeds ideal for bandwidth-intensive public safety applications, such as live streaming, high-definition video and first responder vehicular routers.

The LM960 is a sibling product of, and compatible with, the LM940. This enables OEMs to create new first responder solutions based on their LM940 designs. For more information about the LM940 and other Telit broadband solutions, click here.

The LM960 is a component module which requires an end-user device to utilize it. All future end-user (OEM) devices will and must go through FirstNet approval prior to being allowed onto FirstNet. For more information, click here.

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