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Motorola Launches 5.4 GHz System for Brazil

July 6, 2005
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Brazil’s wireless broadband market is being addressed with the launch by Motorola of a new version of its Canopy portfolio, authorized for sale by Anatel, the National Telecommunications Agency, in the 5.4 GHz band. In point-to-multipoint networks, Canopy’s Advantage 5.4 GHz solution offers aggregate data transmission rates up to 14 Mbps with a range of 1.6 km and 7 Mbps with coverage of up to 3.2 km.

The portfolio also offers products for the country’s 5.8 GHz band that have been designed from a feature and price perspective. With the provision of both the 5.4 and 5.8 GHz products, companies will be able to offer high data speeds, and increased performance and quality of service to their customers.

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