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LEDR

How do YOU plan to replace your GE LEDR radios?

We have just launched our LEDR replacement program. For long-haul point-to-point 900 MHz licensed radio systems, the Aprisa XE is the new leader. With configurations to match your existing installation you can upgrade performance with a straightforward change out. Perfect for utility, oil and gas, and public safety applications, the Aprisa XE incorporates additional performance benefits to provide a unique and powerful combination for your demanding communications applications:

  • Capacity: increasing the throughput of your regular narrow band channel, with up to 952 kbit/s in a 200 kHz channel
  • Performance: improve link availability and reliability, even in harsh conditions, with links of up to 190 kms without compromising QoS
  • Ease of management: with every element of the radio managed through an easy to use web-based management tool, in addition to the advanced SNMP interface

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NOTES
All information is correct as of May 2013 and is subject to change. All third party product names and trademarks are acknowledged as property of their respective owners. GE and LEDR are trademarks and/or service marks owned by the General Electric Company. Specification taken from datasheet dated 090202-v04.