Designed based on the specifications of a particular band for optimal upload and download speed
More direct beamwidth for precise targeting of signals, less interference, and extended wireless range
Based on optimal tilt adjustment to achieve high signal gain and better signal sensitivity
Can be installed against a wall or on a pole so it’s well-suited to any type of home
Can be powered through the PoE WAN port of a PoE router eliminating the need for several cables
Strong enough to withstand dust, jets of water, voltage spikes from lightning, and 200kph winds
Subjected to a series of OpenVAS vulnerability tests to mitigate the most serious threats to the system
Serial port-, Telnet-, and Secure Shell-disabled to protect against hacking and other unauthorized activities
Allows for remote CPE tune up, there's no need to visit subscribers for software upgrades and diagnostics
User-friendly app with diagnostic tools so users can check and identify issues through their mobile device
Bluestream JoLTE J42 promotes great user experience with its web and mobile CPE status monitoring app. This app is easy to understand and features diagnostic tools for quick check-ups anytime, anywhere.
That's why with this app, subscribers and installers would be able to know the status of their LTE connectivity in an instant.
With Bluestream JoLTE J42, the telecom service provider is also given the convenience, efficiency, and savings that come with remote management capability through its TR-069 device management.
This allows automatic management and maintenance of every device including software upgrade without visiting each subscriber, saving on time and travel expenses.
Bluestream JoLTE J42 boasts of its durable enclosure design and weatherproof construction. It has IP 66 rating which means it’s protected against dusts and jets of water. It’s tough enough to handle voltage spikes from lightning and withstand 200kph winds, making it well-suited for outdoor deployment.
Bluestream JoLTE J42 also underwent network vulnerability tests using OpenVAS to identify and solve any security weakness in the system. We also disabled serial port, telnet, and Secure Shell (SSH) to prevent any unauthorized reconfiguration and theft of login credentials.
With its flexible mounting options, the telecom service provider can easily offer it to anyone regardless of their type of home, while subscribers can choose to install the device fast and easy where they find most convenient –whether against a wall or on a pole.
Moreover, since Bluestream JoLTE J42 can be powered through the PoE WAN port of a PoE router, there's no need for extra electrical wiring and to require a power outlet. This makes installation less time-consuming, more labor-efficient, and costs less.