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Algiz 7 ®   Handheld Ruggedized Computers user programmable hotkey buttons that control up to 6 functions. On-screen QWERTY soft keyboard. Battery. Hot-swappable Dual Li-Polymer Battery Pack. Standard battery: 2x2600 mAh (38.5 Wh). Extended battery: 2x5200 mAh (77 Wh. Connections. 2 x USB 2.0 port. (one fully waterproof, even when the latch...
Alcatel-Lucent 9228 Base Station Macro   Lucent Technologies, Inc. Network Equipment provides exceptional carrier density to help you realize OpEx savings quickly. Optimized for high carrier density, smooth growth in one frame. Indoor footprint conserves hardware and floor space requirements. Reduced configuration complexity. Software-only carrier add at certain carrier counts...
Alcatel-Lucent 9360 Small Cell   Lucent Technologies, Inc. Network Equipment management. Application enabled - ready for the creation of new value-added innovative services. Bundles UTRAN (RNC and Node B) nodes into one unit. Easily integrates into an existing 3G network. Backhaul connection from the Small Cell is IP over DSL. The use of IP for inter-node links brings economies...
WR21-U82A-DE1-TH   Zones, Inc. Network Equipment The Digi TransPort WR family of upgradeable cellular routers offers an all-in-one mobile communications solution with secure high-speed wireless connectivity to remote sites and devices for primary or backup wireless broadband network connectivity. These multi-function cellular routers feature...
WR21-B12B-DE1-SH   Zones, Inc. Network Equipment The Digi TransPort WR family of upgradeable cellular routers offers an all-in-one mobile communications solution with secure high-speed wireless connectivity to remote sites and devices for primary or backup wireless broadband network connectivity. These multi-function cellular routers feature...
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