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LR Family radios use advanced proofing technologies. They have low consumption, high transmission capacity and unique and unprecedented configuration, environment and safety analysis. They offer fixed and automatic adaptive modulation, XPIC operation and Radio Link Aggregation (RLA)

Unique Features

LR Family


2,2 GHz / 4,0 GHz / 4,7 GHz

6,0 GHz - 11 GHz / 13 - 15 GHz / 18 - 23 GHz

Ideal for Operators, Utilities, ISPs and others who need to avoid Open Frequency solutions in order to guarantee the quality of the connection to their final customers. Of NLOS operation, they significantly reduce investments in repeaters or towers of great proportions.


An internal GPS chip enables the radio to register its physical position at the time of its first activation; from time to time the associated application checks the registered original position against the one verified at the time and, if there is a divergence, causes the unit to shut down. It also allows the unit to be tracked.


Near Field Communication (NFC) technology has been implemented to facilitate the initial setup process of radios as well as to simplify the exchange of defective units (field cloning).


The built-in Spectrum Analyzer allows instant verification of the radio frequency band (interfering signals), facilitating commissioning and possible modification of the operating channel.


Every wireless network project requires a coverage analysis in computer systems and sometimes in the field. There are several solutions that recognize a WiMAX system (that is, a point-to-multipoint network), in which we can obtain network viability results in terms of topography and user regions.

Experience in this Frequency shows that, with the exception of large centers, the occupation of this Frequency is small. In the Licensed Frequencies, the use of tools is related to transporting the greatest amount of information in a region with the acquired band, always remembering that the Frequency band is limited and should be harnessed to the maximum.

Always the topography will be associated to the 3 types of users of a network: 

Non Line of Sight


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