Rural Broadband - Rajant Corporation

KINETIC MESH® FOR WI-FI IN RURAL AREAS Broadband Solutions for Last Mile Connectivity

Wireless broadband has become a necessary part of everyone’s life. Transformative as water and electricity to the vibrancy of daily living, businesses, governments, schools, and households cannot function in a “digital desert” without the Internet. Connectivity is an essential public service, and Rajant delivers a cost-effective coverage solution to underserved and unserved areas.

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As telecom, cable, and other traditional internet service providers are beginning to spread out networks to remote rural areas, it often becomes cost prohibitive for those types of wireless providers to cover the “last mile” – the term given from the termination point of the fixed line to where all the homes and businesses are that require this essential resource. As a result, wireless Internet service providers (WISPs), local governments, and system integrators are turning to Rajant to extend broadband service areas, creating a high-capacity wireless mesh network like no other.



Connecting the Unconnected with Critical Broadband Reliability

Everyone wants and needs failover redundancy in the most far-reaching corners of any community. Whether it is lifesaving access to tele-remote medical assistance or remote learning, Rajant’s multi-frequency BreadCrumbs® provide a Layer-2 network that is proven resilient and reliable in some of the world’s most challenging environments.

Without infrastructure and high-tech support, a Rajant Kinetic Mesh® wireless network is up and running within minutes for customers in the military, mining, port, agriculture, and more. As a result, Rajant has designed a system to operate in extreme environments, so it is uniquely capable of overcoming the challenges related to rural deployments. Rajant technology can hold and maintain multiple connections simultaneously, given an array of radio options allowing for real-time data routing. Rajant BreadCrumb radio nodes work peer-to-peer to form robust and redundant links between assets. In turn, the network delivers fully mobile, rapidly scalable, high-capacity connectivity that is now required in rural towns.

All mesh networks are not created equal. Rajant BreadCrumbs create hundreds of potential paths to direct data-traffic. Each node has the intelligence of Rajant’s InstaMesh® networking software on board, which dynamically selects the fastest path or paths for delivery from these meshed connections. As a result, the effects of interference, even in harsh RF environments, can be mitigated. If faced with adverse network conditions, signal blockage, or a jammed frequency, InstaMesh will instantly route communications via the next-best available path(s) and/or frequency, ensuring no single point of failure. The ability to leverage multiple paths and frequencies also provides high capacity to guarantee the performance of bandwidth-intensive applications.

The Rajant BreadCrumb nodes that comprise a Rajant Kinetic Mesh network can be deployed virtually anywhere and on almost anything to extend or enhance essential coverage for voice, video, data, and autonomous applications. As society and lifestyles evolve, Rajant too moves with full mobility to expand and enhance what is possible in an age of technological connectedness.

Revitalize Downtown with Main Street Mesh

High-speed internet coverage brings renewed possibilities to communities attracting commerce, services, and amenities. “Smart City” enablement of IoT devices becomes possible with Rajant Kinect Mesh. Traffic lights, surveillance video, public Wi-Fi, and public safety equipment are easily affixed with low latency, high bandwidth BreadCrumbs. Whether mobile or stationary, any ready node becomes part of the wireless network for broadband connections wherever they need to go. Rajant is compatible with other existing infrastructure, and the radio nodes have integrated Wi-Fi access point service for compatibility with millions of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) client devices, like laptops, tablets, and smartphones.


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