Rajant and LDV Partner to Deliver Integrated Wireless Meshed Networks in Special Service Vehicles

MALVERN, Pa. & BURLINGTON, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Rajant Corporation and LDV Corporation today announced a joint effort that combines instant, portable wireless network capabilities with mobile command and other specialty vehicles to ensure the continuity of communications in and around mobile hubs. LDV will now offer Rajants BreadCrumb® technology both in new vehicles as well as in the form of technology upgrades for existing customers.

Rajants BreadCrumbs provide first responders and military personnel with voice and data communications across an ad-hoc self-healing network using link layer routing that can communicate with IP based client devices, such as laptops, PDAs, video cameras, satellite terminals, networked radios and sensor devices. Through use of easily deployable repeaters, or BreadCrumbs, rapid setup and reliable connectivity of the network can be achieved. BreadCrumbs are small, portable, mobile, self-configuring, battery powered, self-meshing, self-healing wireless meshing bridges and access points, based on 802.11b wireless LAN technology, that allows stand-alone networks to quickly organize in places where there is no standing infrastructure and require no network administration (one button on).

New and existing LDV vehicle customers will benefit from Rajants cutting edge wireless technology as part of their communications network, said David Krause, President, LDV.

Indeed, what makes the partnership so beneficial is that the BreadCrumb network will mesh with and extend the existing LDV vehicle network out, with virtually no limit to distance depending on the number of BreadCrumb units used. Personnel will be able to utilize palm pilots, cameras, laptops and VoIP phones all connected back to the LDV vehicle.

BreadCrumb Technology will allow for the extension of the communication suite within the LDV command vehicles into the hot zone, said Bob Schena, Chairman, Rajant Corporation.

LDV will feature Rajant BreadCrumb technology with sales agents, in their parts catalogues, and in technology upgrade packages.