Motorola WAVE LEX L11 Cellular Two-Way Radio

Description and Features

Firstly, Motorola LEX L11 Cellular Radio is a mission-critical device tailored for public safety personnel. Also, the meticulously design integrates functions and features for easier use. For example, the PTT capability over the LMR network, through a connected Motorola Solutions TETRA or MOTOTRBO portable radio.

Moreover, the cellular radio offers loud, clear audio, user-friendly operation, and long-lasting battery life. Plus, the rugged and durable device is slim and streamlined, ensuring reliable performance in crucial moments.

Additionally, built to facilitate communications, the radios comes with a Push-To-Talk Button, Two Programmable Buttons as well as an Emergency Button. Although, the cellular radio provides wireless functions too. For instance, it comes with remote Control Radio’s Folders, Channels and Volume and remote Emergency button capability for Motorola Solutions TETRA and MOTOTRBO radios

Finally, please note that the radio comes without a SIM card, which is required to use at full capacity.

Technical Information

  • Talk group Rocker Switch
  • Noise and Echo Cancellation
  • Dual Front Facing Loud Speakers
  • Howling Suppression
  • Holster with Audio Tunnelling Technology
  • Real-Time Device Protection
  • Data-at-Rest (DAR) and Data-in-Transit (DIT) Security
  • Auditing and Logging
  • Supports Secure Device Management
  • MIL-STD-810G for Drop and Shock
  •  IP67 rated
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