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Motorola MWR6300 Features & Specifications

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FAC T S H E E T
Motorola's MESH wireless networking technology
creates an instant, ad hoc broadband network with
other users, giving everyone high speed data access
with mission critical applications - anywhere, anytime.
Real-time information delivered over MESH's ad hoc
network or via existing infrastructure informs, alerts
and enables users to optimise their response.
The MESH Wireless Router (MWR) is a small,
low-cost, wireless device that is primarily
deployed to guarantee wireless coverage over
large geographic areas, campuses or in-building
applications. It enables non-line-of-sight
communications between client devices and
Intelligent Access Points (IAP), in a MESH
Enabled Architecture (MEA) mobile broadband
network. Wireless routers are typically used to
seed new network deployments to ensure
sufficient coverage while the client device
population is growing.
MESH wireless routers also provide:
• Range extension between the client
device and IAP's
• Fixed reference points for position
and location services
• Provide coverage in hotspot/in-building
applications
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Compact and low cost
Wireless Routers use the same transceiver
technology developed for Motorola's Wireless
Modem Cards (WMC6300). This results in a
compact, low-cost solution for range extension
and non-line-of-sight operation.
Easy to install and deploy
Wireless Routers are designed for simple and
adaptable mounting on existing infrastructure
such as utility company poles, advertising
billboards or on the sides or roofs of buildings.
Simple mounting hardware and a plug-in power
connection speeds deployment - no special
training or skills are required. When deployed,
Wireless Routers automatically power-up and
integrate into the network. No manual
provisioning or configuration is needed.
Supports end-to-end industry
standard IP
As one part of the MEA solution, MESH
Wireless Routers transparently support end-to-
end, industry standards-based Internet Protocol
(IP) applications and devices.
Over-the-air software updates
New features and services can be added to the
MWR6300 using software downloaded over-the-air.
Automatic network balancing
MESH Wireless Routers intelligently balance
traffic between client device demand and
network resources. Client devices are routed
around local congestion, while multi-hopping
technology enables capacity from distant access
points to be "moved" to exactly where it is
needed. Network resource utilisation is
continually optimised, reducing network and
operational expenses.
Enables non-line-of-sight networking
MESH Wireless Routers enable non-line-of-sight
communications between client devices and
IAP's, as well as between clients in peer-to-peer
networking mode. Wireless Routers act as
hopping points for any transmission, and work in
concert with IAP's to form a distributed network
infrastructure.

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  • Page 1 Over-the-air software updates network. Wireless routers are typically used to New features and services can be added to the seed new network deployments to ensure MWR6300 using software downloaded over-the-air. sufficient coverage while the client device population is growing. Automatic network balancing...
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    Controller, MiSC, QDMA, and Multi-Hopping are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc. MOTOROLA and the Stylised M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola Inc, 2005. MWR6300.DS-RE (0605)