xG Technology videos illustrate the technology and benefits of private mobile broadband wireless networks:
- xG Technology xMax Mobile Broadband: Always-On
- xG Technology xMax Mobile Broadband: Always-Connected
- xG Technology xMax Mobile Broadband: Always-Secure
- Cognitive Radio Solution for Public Safety
- Cognitive Radio Solution for Rural Telecom
- xG Technology Demonstration at IWCE 2014
xG Technology xMax Mobile Broadband: Always-On
xMax was engineered from the ground up to deliver anytime-anywhere communications that perform in the most demanding environments.This video discusses its always-on capabilities.
xG Technology xMax Mobile Broadband: Always-Connected
xMax delivers advanced interoperability, allowing teams to connect using any commercially available Wi-Fi enabled device. It also interconnects seamlessly with LTE, GSM, CDMA, P25 and legacy systems.always-on capabilities.
xG Technology xMax Mobile Broadband: Always-Secure
xMax delivers a private high-speed voice and data network solution that enables secure access to designated users. Its patented interference mitigation technology allow the system to overcome congested and contested airwaves and make it highly resistant to attempts to jam or hack it its communications.
xMax Mobile Broadband Solution for Public Safety
The xMax Mobile Broadband Solution delivers numerous benefits for first responders and other public safety personnel. xMax can vastly expand the deployment of robust wireless communications in hard-hit disaster areas.
xMax Mobile Broadband Solution for Rural Telecom
The Mobile Broadband Solution delivers benefits for providers in the rural telecom sector. Using free unlicensed spectrum, xMax allows rural operators to maximize their broadband revenues, while providing an economical and reliable last mile voice and broadband solution for hard-to-reach customers and enterprises.
xG Technology Demonstration at IWCE 2014
xG Technology was featured in a newsletter sent out by Urgent Communications from the 2014 IWCE (International Wireless Communications Expo) show in Las Vegas. Donny Jackson, Urgent Communications editor, filmed a demonstration of the xMax system conducted onsite. The xG team configured a complete rapid deployment communications system in a Hummer H1, including integrated satellite backhaul and a fully functional xMax communications network. During the event, xG conducted demos showing high-speed mobile communications supporting PTT, voice, video, web and data delivered to off-the-shelf smartphones, laptops and tablets.