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Wireless Device Enabler • for MOTOMESH
The WDE1100 enables MOTOMESH™ users to
wirelessly access broadband applications with the
first combined 2.4GHz / 4.9GHz Mini-PCI Wi-Fi card.
By installing the Wireless Device Enabler (WDE), standards-based Wi-Fi network access via licensed
4.9GHz or unlicensed 2.4GHz frequencies can be added to devices with an internal Mini-PCI card
slot. With burst data rates of up to 54 Mbps and the ability to instantly form ad hoc, peer-to-peer,
single-hop broadband networks with or without pre-deployed network infrastructure, Motorola gives
you the flexibility required for Mission Critical situations. Designed specifically for rugged environments,
and capable of being internally installed, the WDE1100 provides reliable connectivity in even the
harshest conditions.
Motorola’s wireless networking technology
enables users to access critical broadband
applications seamlessly – virtually any time
and anywhere. Whether utilizing pre-deployed
infrastructure or an instant, ad hoc, broadband
network formed with other users, Motorola’s
wireless networking technology delivers realtime data to detect, prevent, and respond.
Broadband Designed for Public Safety
The WDE1100 operates in the 4.9GHz band
that is licensed exclusively for public safety use.
This band is free from civilian interference and
usage, maximizing the bandwidth and accessibility available to first responders. For connectivity
when the public safety network is not available,
the Wireless Device Enabler can operate in the
2.4GHz band via 802.11b/g. The ability to operate
in this unlicensed band enables network and
peer-to-peer access when outside the range of
the 4.9GHz system. The WDE1100 offers an
unmatched combination of throughput, mobility
and connectivity that first responders need.
Robust Data Rates for Mobile Broadband
The WDE1100 delivers up to 54 Mbps burst data
rates on both the uplink and downlink for voice,
video, and data. High bandwidth applications,
such as web browsing, live streaming video,
telemetry, and database access are available to
users in the field at full broadband speed. Designed
to be installed inside a device (laptop or other),
the WDE1100 resides inside the device fully
enclosed and is less prone to damage from the
environment and less prone to be lost or stolen.
Create Peer-to-Peer Networks Anywhere
Client devices with Wireless Device Enabler
cards can form their own ad hoc network. A
high speed, broadband network can be formed
between authorized devices – even in places
where there is no network infrastructure. Users
can effortlessly establish fast, peer-to-peer
communication links.
Designed for Citywide Access,
Not Coffee Shops
The WDE1100 is not your typical wireless
networking card. It enables Wi-Fi network
connectivity with common 802.11b/g 2.4GHz
networks and 4.9GHz public safety networks.
This one card, dual network approach is specifically targeted for public safety users in the field.
Additionally, the antenna configuration, external
diversity antenna connectivity, and higher than
average power output, offer enhanced range.
Imagine monitoring a high risk building incident
via streaming video on a laptop – while on the
other side of town.
End-to-End Industry Standard IP Support
The MOTOMESH platform along with the
WDE1100 supports end-to-end, standards based
Internet Protocol (IP). Any IP-based application or
IP-capable device will work seamlessly within a
MOTOMESH network.
Output Power
2.4 GHZ - 802.11b/g
18 dBm / 63mW
4.9 GHz - 802.11a
20 dBm / 100mW
RF Modulation
Operating Frequency (GHz)
Maximum Burst Data Rate
54 Mbps
54 Mbps
Spectrum Used
22 MHz
External Antenna Connector
Host Interface
5 MHz, 10 MHz, or 20 MHz
(User Selectable)
UFL (one each for 2.4GHz and 4.9GHz use)
Designed for installation inside
your wireless device
802.11a Operating in the
Licensed 4.9GHz Band, for use
with Motorola’s MOTOMESH
Multi-Radio Broadband Network
802.11b/g Operating in the
Unlicensed 2.4GHz Band, for use
with COTS Wi-Fi Access Point
and MOTOMESH Networks.
Diversity Antenna Connectivity
for External Antennas Creates a
Wide Coverage Area
Advanced Encryption Standard
(AES) Support
Layer 2 Multicast Support
Differentiated Services using IP
Quality of Service (QoS) Support
Designed for use in Rugged Environments, including temperatures
as low as -30°C
Client Software
Motorola Client Utility
Supported Operating Systems
Windows 2000 (SP4), Windows XP (SP2) and
Windows XP Tablet (SP2)
Network Architecture
Ad hoc peer-to-peer or infrastructure modes
(available to both frequencies)
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Supports FIPS-140-2 encryption (Motorola Multi-Net Mobility)
Encryption Support
Open, PEAP, TLS, TTLS (802.1X Infrastructure/Client)
2.4 GHZ _ 802.11b/g
4.9 GHz _ 802.11a
1W (@ 63mW)
2.3W (@ 100mW)
Idle / Power Save Mode
2.35” x 1.76” x 0.19”
0.475 oz (14.2 gr)
LED Indicators
59.8mm x 44.6mm x 4.9mm
Temperature Range
-30 to 60°C
FCC CFR47 Part 90 Certified at 4.9GHz and
Part 15,247 Certified at 2.4GHz
Motorola, Inc. • 1301 E. Algonquin Road • Schaumburg, Illinois 60196 U.S.A. • 1-800-367-2346
MOTOMESH and Multi-Net Mobility are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc. MOTOROLA and the
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of Microsoft Corporation; and Windows XP is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. All other product or service names are
the property of their registered owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2006
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