Motorola Solutions to Commercially Deploy Radio-Based Broadband Service With FCC

Jeff Brody

Motorola Solutions will enter its radio-based broadband service into initial commercial deployment with the Federal Communications Commission.

The company said Thursday its MOTOTRBO Nitro service is designed to deliver customized private networks for broadband and audio data.

Motorola hosts MOTOTRBO Nitro’s network in a cloud environment to deliver scalable citizens’ broadband radio service for operations.

MOTOTRBO Nitro users may access the CBRS network via the SLN 1000 push-to-talk radio’s WiFi hot spot function.

FCC plans to issue MOTOTRBO Nitro’s public approval this month.

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