The MegaRange high-power user equipment offering is designed to support connectivity for emergency response personnel who require connectivity over the Band-14 spectrum from locations that are hard to reach, AT&T said Tuesday.
Z-Axis for FirstNet functions as a vertical location mapping tool and offers indoor spatial awareness to help a first responder locate others inside a building.
The company also released its cell-on-wheels platform that connects to the public safety network via satellite and does not require commercial power to function.
Another FirstNet product offering is a push-to-talk technology the company developed to help smartphone users communicate over land mobile radio or LTE systems.
AT&T helped built the new wireless emergency communications network under a $6.5 billion public-private partnership deal announced in March 2017.