Reliable long range WiFi communication between vehicles
The RT-XLAN is a high performance wireless LAN (WLAN) radio unit capable of providing a highly reliable 1 km vehicle-to-vehicle data communication link between multiple vehicles. Suitable for use with OxTS ADAS testing solutions.
1 km range line-of-sight
<10 ms RMS latency
Highly reliable link
Robust, weatherproof design
Suction cup for fast and secure mounting
Extended communication between RT-Range S systems
RT-Range S ADAS testing solutions including FCW, ACC & BSD
Sharing NTRIP differential corrections between multiple systems
Superior range communication
The RT-XLAN radio unit is an extremely powerful, long range WLAN solution for multiple vehicle data communication. Specifically designed for outdoor use, they have a robust, weatherproof design that can operate within a wide temperature range. They also feature a low-loss integrated N-type RF connector replacing the need for radio-to-antenna cable connection. The RT-XLAN is capable of reliably improving the data communication throughout the range and also extending the communication distance between vehicles to up to 1 km line of sight.
The powerful suction cup included ensures that the RT-XLAN can be mounted quickly and securely onto almost all types of vehicles without the need for magnets. This means aluminium, fibre-glass and glass roofs are not a problem for the RT-XLAN. The radio only needs to be strapped down if working at high speeds.
Easy connection to RT-Range S ADAS systems
Although the RT-XLAN is designed for direct connection to the RT-Range S system, it is equally suitable for upgrading standard RT-Range systems by using a converter cable. Using the RT-XLAN will significantly extend the range and integrity of the data measurements throughout your ADAS test. The radios are RoHS compliant, FCC approved and licence free for most countries.
What is the RT-Range S and RT-Range?
The RT-Range S and RT-Range is a system that can measure the range from one vehicle to other vehicles in real-time and output its measurements on the CAN bus. It is used for the development and validation of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).