The Rajant BreadCrumb LX5 is a rugged, wireless device that forms a mesh network when used in conjunction with other BreadCrumb systems. Our premier BreadCrumb solution, the LX5 contains up to four transceivers and six external antenna ports, and is recommended for building and expanding your core mesh infrastructure.
Rajant Spec Sheets
The Rajant BreadCrumb LX4 supports up to four high-power radios in a single unit for maximum resiliency and flexibility, and has a faster processor than the Rajant BreadCrumb LX3.
The Rajant BreadCrumb ME4 is a rugged, wireless device that forms a mesh network when used in conjunction with other BreadCrumb systems. This portable, wireless mesh network node contains two transceivers and up to four external antenna ports, and is an ideal alternative for adding wireless infrastructure and mobile nodes into your existing network.
The Rajant BreadCrumb JR2 is a wireless device that forms a mesh network when used in conjunction with other BreadCrumb systems. This single-transceiver, single-antenna system is frequently used in private wireless networks for on-body and on-vehicle mobile communications and remote connectivity.
With Rajant’s BC|Commander management software, administrators can monitor the status of their BreadCrumb wireless network, configure BreadCrumbs and graphically view the network topology.
BCAPI is a low-level Application Programming Interface (API) for managing the configuration and reading the state of any Rajant BreadCrumb device running firmware version 10.0 or higher.
Rajant Remote Advanced Diagnostic System (RRADS) is an advanced network administration, monitoring and diagnostic system that automates many of the functions typically performed by remote network support personnel.
The Rajant VHDC-series consists of passive Power over Ethernet (PoE) compatible DC/DC converters designed for high reliability military and industrial applications.
The 902–928 MHz omnidirectional Kinetic Mesh Antenna consists of a half-wave dipole encapsulated in a heavy duty fiberglass radome with a thick walled mounting base for reliable long term use.
The 2.4–2.5 GHz omnidirectional base station antenna consists of a linear array, encapsulated in a heavy duty fiberglass radome with a thick walled mounting base for reliable long term use.