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Motorola Mesh Networks

Trust Motorola's mesh networks to enable all your mobile data, voice, video and critical application needs.




MESH Wide Area Network

AP 7181

The AP 7181 is an outdoor high

performance multi-radio 802.11n

mesh access point providing

superior network capacity and

data rates.


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Intelligent Access Point

IAP 7300

Contains two 802.11 (Wi-Fi)

radios and two of Motorola's

Mobility Enabled Access

(MEA) mobile broadband



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Intelligent Access point

IAP 6300

The IAP 6300 serves as a

transition point from the

wired world or can provide

the functions of an enhanced

wireless router.


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Intelligent Access Point

IAP 4300

The IAP 4300 acts as a bridge

between the wired world and

the wireless mesh network

and is also capable of being

a mesh wireless router (MWR).


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Vehicle Mounted Modem

VMM 4300

The VMM 4300 provides mobile

wireless connectivity for any

vehicle, train or bus while

traveling at highway speeds.


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Moto Mesh Single

Single Radio - Outdoor

Wi-Fi Local Mesh Access


35dBm EIRP


Part #: HK1603A


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Moto Mesh Duo

Dual Radio - Outdoor

Wi-Fi Local Mesh Access

802.11a + 802.11b/g

35dBm EIRP


Part #: HK1716A


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Point to Point Wireless Configuration (View Backhaul Packages below)

The Motorola Canopy Wireless Internet Platform can be configured to form a Point-to-Point wireless network connection that can be used in wireless backhaul, bridging and other data applications. The Point–to-Point configurations, which are shown in the part numbers below, can span distances up to 35 miles using the Reflector Kit. The Reflector Kit also can significantly reduce external interference issues due to the narrow beamwidth. Distances of greater than 35 miles can be achieved by daisy chaining the units, similar to a wireless repeater setup. The Point-to-Point wireless system operates at 5.7 GHz with a raw data rata rate of 10 Mbps and measurable data throughput rates of 7+ Mbps. Motorola also offers a 5.2 GHz Point-to-Point system which has a range of two miles without the reflector kits. The reflector kits used with the 5.7 GHz Point-to-Point solution cannot be used with the 5.2 GHz Point-to-Point solution due to FCC EiRP limits in the 5.2 GHz band.  For more information, please contact us at (516) 214-0321.





10Mbps, Motorola Canopy™ Backhaul,  900MHz, 2.4GHz, 5.7-5.8 GHz
Complete packages to setup wireless Point-To-Point link, and Point to Point Wireless backhaul.

Extend 802.11 wireless signal between buildings.

Main features:
2.4GHz or 5.7-5.8Ghz available.  20MHz channel bandwidth
10Mbps Maximum wireless data rate (7.5Mbps maximum data throughput)
DES encryption, (optional AES encryption), VLAN, PPPoE, VPN
TDD technology. Works as Ethernet Bridge or IP Router, NAT, DHCP, DMZ





Point to Multi-Point Wireless Configuration

The Motorola Canopy Point-to-Multipoint configuration is available in either the 802.11 wireless 2.4 Ghz or 802.11a WiFi 5.2 GHz or the 5.7 GHz frequency bands. Either the 5.7 GHz or the 5.2 GHz system provide a Line of Site (LOS) range of approximately two miles (5.2 GHz) or ten miles (2.4 Ghz and 5.7 GHz with reflector) between the AP Module and SM using their internal Canopy antennas. The 5.7 Point-to-Multipoint configurations can support a 5.7 SM with the reflector kit (27RD) The reflector kit increases the transmit and receive gain of the SM by approximately 17 dB, thereby increasing the range between the AP Module and the SM to approximately 10 miles LOS. The Point-to-Multipoint system enables the delivery of broadband access to multiple locations from a single AP Module, each covering approximately 60 Degrees of coverage. The typical system, as shown below, was developed to optimize its performance in high density and low-density environments in the presence of external interference sources. Therefore, a Canopy Point-to-Multipoint configuration can be deployed in both rural and metropolitan environments.  For more information, please contact us at (516) 214-0321.






The Motorola AP Cluster is a base station that can incorporate between one and six AP Modules and up to two Backhaul Modules (BH). Each module operates with a 60-degree directional antenna to provide coverage to one sector.

One of the unique capabilities of the Canopy system is its ability to synchronize the transmission timing of the AP Modules in all of the AP Clusters. The GPS receiver in the CMM is the key to delivering this system level synchronization. The synchronization of the AP transmission along with the specially designed Canopy Time Division Duplex (TDD) air interface ensures that all AP Modules transmit at the same time while all Subscriber Modules (SM) are in a listen mode. This synchronization also ensures that when the SMs are transmitting, all the AP Modules are listening. This synchronization, enabled by the Cluster Management Module (CMM), ensures that the Canopy system does not interfere with itself, since the AP Modules do not interfere with each other and the SMs do not interfere with each other. This unique characteristic delivers an ability to scale the network where Canopy AP Clusters can be added to the network to improve system coverage or capacity without increasing the system interference.







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