Having the right tool for the job is important. Are you sure you’re using the right broadband device for the specialized job you have in public safety? Here are the questions you need to be asking when choosing the right broadband device for the mission you face.
Yes. Help is only a push of a button away thanks to the dedicated emergency button, push to talk button, channel rocker switch, and two programmable utility buttons built into the device. Users can navigate the device effectively while keeping their eyes up and without taking their focus off of the task at hand.
No. Consumer devices offer no tactical features or buttons that would provide users with immediate access to help and resources. This results in the user being distracted and spending extended periods of time with their eyes down in order to navigate the device.
The LEX L11’s noise cancellation system uses three microphones to pick up 360 degrees of audio. It then uses advanced mission critical algorithms to monitor the sound and eliminate unwanted background noise and suppress ‘howling’ feedback when other users are nearby. Also, with 98 dBphon at 30 cm speakers combined with unique acoustic enhancing carrying solutions, hearing the LEX L11 is never a problem.
The noise cancellation on consumer devices is not mission critical and the speakers can be difficult to hear when surrounded by noise and feedback may occur when multiple devices are transmitting in close proximity.
Nothing, the LEX L11 is MIL-STD-810G rated which means it can withstand 4 foot drops onto concrete with no additional case protection needed.
Without a specialized protective case, most consumer devices do not meet a MIL-STD-810 rating. If you drop it, there is a high chance for damage.
Yes. The power of the LEX L11 can be extended with the ability to remotely control the radio and even route audio through the radio essentially turning your broadband device into a LTE enabled radio accessory.
No. The bluetooth within consumer devices is not compatible with controlling an APX Mission Critical Radio.
The LEX L11 has a standard battery capacity of about 10 hours, can charge from 0% to 90% in just one hour and with an easily swappable battery pack your device can keep going through the entire mission. There is even a high capacity battery option with a 20 hour lifespan. The LEX L11 also uses IMPRES battery technology to ensure each battery maintains its peak capacity regardless of number of charge cycles.
Most consumer devices offer a battery life of about 8-10 hours depending on battery age because the battery capacity in these devices slowly decreases with each charge cycle. Also, only a select number of devices available have swappable batteries and few, if any, offer high capacity battery options.
Yes. The LEX L11 utilizes a Secure Mobile Platform contained in the device that takes a defense-in-depth approach to security, combining multiple layers of advanced defensive walls that stop adversaries from accessing your mission-critical voice and data communications.
Outside of passcodes and lockscreens, most consumer devices offer minimal intrinsic protection against cyber attacks on individual devices.
Run any app available on the Google Play store with the LEX L11 and for added security and productivity create application whitelistings to control what apps can be downloaded and to avoid potentially harmful apps which can steal personal and work information.
Users have full reign over the Google Play store with no limitations or control as to what apps can be downloaded leaving individuals and agencies vulnerable to a host of potentially malicious applications.
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