Telit Adds Two New IoT Modules to AT&T's FirstNet Lineup

Telit Adds Two New IoT Modules to AT&T's FirstNet Lineup Image Credit: Telit

Telit has added added its first embedded LTE Band 14 IoT modules in LTE Categories 1 and 4 to FirstNet device Ecosystem.

FirstNet is AT&T's communications network dedicated to public safety. With the two new modules - LE910C1-NF and LE910C4-NF, Telit now has a total of four LTE modules in the FirstNet device ecosystem.

The Telit LE910C1-NF provides FirstNet solution integrators with 10 Mbps download and 5 Mbps upload LTE Category 1 speeds, ideal for trackers, navigation solutions and video capture devices. The Telit LE910C4-NF provides LTE Category 4 speeds, 150 Mbps download and 50 Mbps upload, for mobile broadband routers, gateways and streaming video applications. Plus, the robust LGA mounting results in ultra-rugged end-user devices.

The modules offer optional support for multi-constellation GNSS satellite positioning and navigation, capable of Band 14 data communications concurrent with GNSS operation. Both modules provide first responders with Band 14 connectivity in addition to other AT&T LTE bands.

The two modules are part of Telit’s flagship xE910 module family, enabling OEMs to create new first responder solutions based on their existing xE910 designs. OEMs also can leverage the convenience of the modules’ LGA form factors, which enable automated assembly for mass production.

Manish Watwani, Chief Marketing and Product Officer, Telit
With the LE910C1-NF and LE910C4-NF, solution providers, OEMs and system integrators for the emergency responder market in the U.S. can bring FirstNet users a broad range of products and devices leveraging four, industry-leading Telit modules and data cards to help them accomplish their missions.

Bob Sloan, COO, FirstNet at AT&T
FirstNet devices and modules go through extensive review, so first responders can be confident that they meet our highest standards for reliability, security and performance. Telit is already a trusted provider of public-safety-focused solutions, and the LE910C1-NF and LE910C4-NF modules expand on their commitment to first responders and those who support them.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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