Assured Wireless Demonstrates Industry’s First High Power Portable User Equipment for LTE Band 14 Public Safety Wireless Networks

Battery-operated WiFi-to-Band 14 LTE device extends the reach and range of First Responders’ connected equipment

San Diego, CA (March 8, 2017) – Assured Wireless Corporation, the only provider of portable battery-operated long range high-power user equipment (“HPUE”) for the FirstNet Public Safety broadband wireless network, announces the successful demonstration of its prototype high-power WiFi-to-LTE portable hotspot device designed specifically to serve the needs of public safety organizations.

“We’re excited to demonstrate the many benefits that HPUE offers to public safety broadband wireless networks with enhanced range, data rate, and capacity in a portable device,” says Thomas Bilotta, CEO/CTO.

Existing standard-power broadband devices fall short in their ability to connect at long range or deeply inside large concrete buildings, but high power user equipment provided by Assured Wireless Corporation meets this requirement. Initial field trials in actual Band 14 networks in Texas and California show that operating range, uplink data rates and overall network capacity are considerably enhanced with this new technology.

Assured Wireless Corporation is offering demonstrations of the advanced capabilities of its portable HPUE technology to public safety organizations in the coverage areas of Band 14 LTE networks. Interested agencies are invited to contact the company to arrange a demonstration applicable to their specific applications and interests.

Assured Wireless Corporation is a San Diego-based leader in highly efficient RF and wireless networking technologies. Based on the roots of its founders as early members of key wireless companies such as Qualcomm Corporation, Assured Wireless provides innovative solutions to real-world problems in the digital wireless and networking industries serving specific industries including the public safety industry. Assured Wireless Corporation was admitted into San Diego’s prestigious tech startup incubator, EvoNexus, in Fall 2016.