The VMM6300 turns any vehicle into a mobile office, offering secure and reliable wireless connectivity to a 2.4GHz MEA network.
The Vehicle Mounted Modem (VMM) supports up to 6 Mbps burst data rates while moving at speeds in excess of 150 mph. A standard RJ-45 Ethernet port gives Mobile Data Terminals (MDT), IP video cameras, and other IP-ready devices access to the 2.4GHz MEA mobile broadband network. Remote database inquiries, on-scene report submission, multi-megabyte file transfers and remote monitoring of dashboard video will help make field personnel more efficient.
Motorola's mesh networking technology enables users to wirelessly access critical broadband applications seamlessly - any time and anywhere. Whether utilizing predeployed infrastructure, or an instant, ad hoc, broadband network formed with other users, Motorola's mesh networking technology delivers real-time data to detect, prevent, respond.
Unlike other mobile broadband technologies that provide limited uplink speeds, the VMM supports up to 6 Mbps burst rates for uploads and downloads. Photographs and live video from vehicles in the field can be remotely monitored by other users or remote operations centers.
MEA networks support end-to-end, standards-based Internet Protocol (IP). IP-based applications or IP capable devices work seamlessly in the MEA network, including FIPS-140-2 compliant VPNs. The VMM supports three IP addresses, allowing a network of in-vehicle devices to be addressed and managed wirelessly.
Vehicles can instantly form peer-to-peer networks with other mesh-enabled devices. A high-speed, broadband network will automatically form between users, even in places where no MEA network infrastructure exists.
Designed for heavy duty use in commercial and public vehicles, this rugged and compact device is made to withstand heat, shock and vibration. The VMM operates on 12 VDC nominal (9 to 16 VDC), and can be mounted in any orientation for maximum placement flexibility.
The Vehicle Mounted Modem offers position location capabilities without relying on costly Global Positioning Systems (GPS). Depending on network configuration, location determination can be quicker and more accurate than consumer GPS, and is available in places GPS is limited, such as parking garages and urban canyons. Motorola provides location data in a standard GPS format, allowing applications that operate with GPS data to interact seamlessly with the VMM6300.
Every MEA product is a managed element within the network. New features and services can be added via over-the-air software uploads. End-to-end IP support also enables IT managers to download and update client software wirelessly, greatly simplifying software maintenance procedures.
|Up to 25 dBm
|Operating Frequency (GHz)
|2.4 - 2.4835 (2nd ISM Band)
|MaximUm Burst Data Rate
|Omnidirectional, 7 dBi (magnetic mount antenna for vehicles)
|Network Management Software
|MeshManager via SNMP
|10/100 Mbps Ethernet, RJ-45 connector
|Configurable Network Devices
|3 assignable IP addresses – hub needed to connect more than one device
|Virtual Private Network (VPN)
|Support for FIPS-140-2 compliant encryption (Padcom, RadiolP and NetMotion)
|802.1X (Infrastructure/Client and Client/Client)
|5.0 to 15 VDC
|12 VDC power cable with in-line fuse • 4.57 m
|10 W maximum
|20.3 cm x 13.9 cm x 5.1 cm
|IP54 industrial PC enclosure
|-35 to 55 °C
|0 to 100%, non-condensing
|FCC Part 15, RSS-210
|IEC 60950, EN 60950, EN 60215, CSA C22.2 No. 60950-00010
|ETSI EN 301 489-1, ETSI EN 301 489-17
|mil: 810F, Method 514.5 Procedure 1, Category 24
tia: TIA/EIA-603, Paragraph 3.3.4
|Omnidirectional, 0 dBi and 3 dBi