Dual LTE/WiFi router for automotive applications

August 28, 2019 //By Julien Happich
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Eltec Elektronik has expanded its family of wireless LTE routers with the CyBox RT 2-A, a stable and reliable dual LTE/WiFi system for automotive solutions.

The new system combines a wireless router, access point and integrated switch in a compact and robust IP40 housing. It requires no active cooling and is highly resistant to shock and vibration. This allows unlimited Internet surfing and data exchange with the control center for mobile applications in buses, trams and trucks. In addition to the 1 GbE interface, additional interfaces enable the connection of vehicle-internal bus systems (CAN, IBIS, OBD-2, RS232 and RS485).
The new router enables efficient fleet management and optimum capacity utilization by transmitting and controlling passenger numbers. With the integrated WIFI access point (up to 2 x 802.11 ac with 1300 Mbit/s and 3x3 MIMO each) and the two LTE interfaces (Cat 6/2 x 300 Mbit/s download and 2 x 50 bit/s upload) the CyBox RT 2-A can also be used as a head station for mobile WiFi compatible devices in a bus or tram. There, it provides communication with the Internet or access to local data such as timetable information, videos, etc.

The integrated configurable firewall with client isolation prevents the respective users from accessing other clients in the network. The CyBox RT 2-A supports WiFi and GSM/UMTS/LTE modems and has two LTE modules. Two SIM slots per LTE module enable convenient operation with several mobile phone operators for optimum network coverage.
Several Ethernet devices can be connected using the integrated 5 x 1 Gigabit Ethernet switch (via RJ45). The CyBox RT 2-A also has a USB interface and optionally an internal SSD for storing local data. The geographical position can be tracked by means of an integrated GPS/GLONASS receiver.
Eltec Elektronik AG - www.eltec.de


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