Motorola's Point-to-Multipoint 49400 series of access points (AP) and wireless subscriber modules (SM) provides government agencies and municipalities operating in the 4.9 GHz licensed band with a powerful, cost-effective solution for leased line replacement or enabling wireless video surveillance. By relying on orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) technology, these broadband radios deliver exceptional near-line-of-sight (nLOS) coverage in locations where obstructions have previously limited wireless broadband access. For government agencies and municipalities, this means maximized communications, extended coverage, and the ability to provide backhaul or support bandwidth-intensive applications like video surveillance in areas previously hard and costly to reach. The standard PMP 49400 Access Point configuration uses an integrated 90-degree antenna. In addition, the 400 series is also available as a connectorized solution, allowing operators of overlay, expanded or greenfield networks to choose the antennas they prefer.