The WMC6300 enables 2.4GHz MEA users to wirelessly access broadband applications and create mobile ad hoc networks.
By simply inserting the Wireless Modem Card (WMC), 6 Mbps burst data rates for streaming audio and video, fast and accurate position location, and other data services can be added to devices with a PCMCIA card slot. Motorola's MEA technology enables the WMC6300 to act as a wireless router/ repeater in a 2.4GHz MEA mobile broadband network, increasing network robustness and coverage at no additional cost. Users can instantly form Multi-Hopping, ad hoc, peer-to-peer, broadband networks with or without predeployed network infrastructure.
Motorola's mesh networking technology enables users to wirelessly access critical broadband applications seamlessly - virtually 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.
Clients get up to 6 Mbps burst rate for voice, video and data. High-bandwidth applications, such as web browsing, imaging, telemetry and high-quality streaming audio and video are just a few of the many new mobile services Motorola enables.
The Wireless Modem Card 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 WMC6300.
The Wireless Modem Card adds real-time voice and video services to a wide range of devices.
Every MEA device can be managed remotely using MeshManager software. End-to-end IP support enables IT managers to download and update client software - or add new features and services - wirelessly, greatly simplifying software maintenance procedures.
Client devices with MEA Wireless Modem Cards can form their own peer-to-peer network - any time, and anywhere. A high-speed broadband network will automatically form between authorized devices, even in places where there is no network infrastructure. Companies, families, and communities-of-interest can establish private and effortless group communications.
A MEA network supports end-to-end, standards-based Internet Protocol (IP), so any IP based application or IP capable device works seamlessly within the network. No modifications or special gateways are needed.
|Nominal 23 dBm
|Operating Frequency (GHz)
|2.4 - 2.4835 (2nd ISM Band)
|Maximum Burst Data Rate
|Remotely locatable omnidirectional, 2 dBi
|CardBus (PCMCIA Type II form factor)
|MeshTray and MeshView
|Supported Operating Systems
|Windows 2000, Windows XP and PocketPC 2002
|Network Management Software
|MeshManager Element Management System via SNMP v.3
|Virtual Private Network (VPN)
|Supports FIPS-140-2 encryption (Motorola Multi-Net Mobility)
|802.1X (Infrastructure/Client and Client/Client)
|Power Consumption (Transmit)
|Power Consumption (Receive)
|8.6 cm x 5.4 cm x 0.5 cm
|Standard PCMCIA Type II form factor
|Transmit and receive
|-35 to 55 °C
|0 to 90%, non-condensing
|General Certifications 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
|Magnetic mount antenna for vehicles, and PDA antenna options are available