The TropOS 7329 outdoor mesh router for safety and security and critical infrastructure applications is a full-feature wireless networking platform. Architected to provide maximum flexibility and configurability, the router delivers significant performance increases through support for the 802.11n standard, a next-generation high-sensitivity radio design, and the incorporation of patented new features into the industry-leading TropOS Mesh OS.
A high-capacity solution capable of simultaneous support for multiple network applications, the TropOS 7329 router is designed to meet the demanding needs of municipalities, utilities, and other critical infrastructure providers. The platform provides a reliable communications foundation for deploying safety and security, intelligent transportation, video surveillance, and utility smart grid systems. The TropOS 7329 router can either serve as a gateway interface for capacity injection into the network, or as a node to extend or reinforce network connectivity.
Designed for creating or expanding higher-capacity networks, the TropOS 7329 router is a dual-band unit with one 2.4 GHz and one 4.9 GHz radio. It supports meshing and client connectivity at both frequency bands. The platform provides superior performance and resiliency, and enables the network to be scaled to the highest-capacity configurations through deployment of additional TropOS routers.
In the United States, the 4.9 GHz spectrum is allocated for licensed use by safety and security agencies and certain critical infrastructure operators. See applicable FCC regulation for specific rules governing the use of this spectrum.