The Intelligent Access Point (IAP) provides the wireless gateway between a MOTOMESHTM Quattro network and the wired world. If greater network capacity is required, additional IAPs can be easily deployed.
The IAP7300 contains two standards-compliant, 802.11 (WiFi) radios and two of Motorola’s widely acclaimed Mobility Enabled Access (MEA) mobile broadband radios. One set of WiFi and MEA radios operate in the unlicensed, 2.4 GHz band and the other set operate in the licensed, 4.9 GHz public safety band.
Licensed 4.9 GHz and Unlicensed 2.4 GHz The IAP7300 contains two standards compliant, 802.11 (WiFi) radios and two of Motorola's widely acclaimed Mobility Enabled Access (MEA) mobile broadband radios. One set of WiFi and MEA radios operate in the unlicensed, 2.4 GHz band and the other set operate in the licensed, 4.9 GHz public safety band. Public safety, public works and public access can all be given separate and dedicated wireless broadband access due to MOTOMESH's multi-radio, multifrequency architecture. The IAP's dual, independent backhaul connections deliver public safety users added security by providing physical network separation from public and other, unrelated backhaul networks.
Stationary and Mobile Wireless Broadband When configured with its full complement of four radios, each IAP delivers maximum, continuous, symmetrical data rates ranging from 900 Kbps for mobile, 4.9 GHz MEA users to 20 Mbps for stationary, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi users. Motorola's exclusive, MEA radio technology supports seamless, mobile, broadband connectivity in both the licensed 4.9 GHz and unlicensed 2.4 GHz bands, even at speeds in excess of 150 mph.
Intelligent Access Points Also Provide:
Local network management of Wireless Routers and Client Devices
Fixed reference point for position location services
Up to 70 mph (110 kmh), 200+ mph (320 kmh)
Quality of service
802.11e, weighted fair queuing and IP precedence bits (ToS) supported via DSCP (MEA: 802.11p)
2.4, 4.9 GHz
802.11b/g: 54 Mbps (burst data rate)
MEA: 6 Mbps (burst data rate)