Motorola Unveils Android Phones, LTE Appliances and More at MWC

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Motorola Unveils Android Phones, LTE Appliances and More at MWC

by Nathan Eddy

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Quench Smartphone with Motoblur

The touch-screen smartphone, which offers capabilities such as pinch and zoom and a touch pad, also features Motoblur, Motorolas Android-powered content delivery service, which organizes messages and synchronizes contacts. The handset also includes Adobe Flash Lite support. It will be available in the first quarter of 2010 in the United States, the company said, where it will be known as the Cliq XT and offered through T-Mobile USA.

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Horizon 2G-nx Baseband Unit

The Horizon 2G-nx BBU is Motorola's next-generation, 19-inch rack-mountable GSM BBU (base-band unit). Motorola is pitching the 2G BBU as both flexible and scalable, offering support for up to 48 carriers in a small form-factor for fast, straightforward one-person installation within any industry standard 19-inch enclosure.

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WBR 700 Series LTE eNodeB

Motorola boasts its 1U rack is one of the smallest and most energy efficient eNodeBs in the industry. The WBR 700 Series will support FDD as well as TD-LTE solutions in a wide variety of frequencies, from 700MHz to 2.6GHz, and operators will be able to deploy multiple LTE carriers at different frequencies.

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CTU8multi Series Radio

The Motorola CTU8multi series of radios provide high capacity GSM, Evolved-EDGE (E-EDGE) and LTE capabilities in 900 MHz and 1800MHz. The appliances are designed to support up to eight GSM carriers, or a combination of up to eight GSM and LTE carriers.

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Motorola USBw 200 and Docking Station

A week before MWC, Motorola released this docking station, or cradle, for its WiMax USBw 200 dongle. The docking station improves the indoor performance of the USBw 200, which was introduced in late 2009. When in the docking station the USBw 200 commands up to 3dB improvement in signal level vs. a standalone USBw200 device.

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WBR 700 Series LTE eNodeB

The appliance features the integration of Motorolas proprietary intelligent scheduler, the master controller of the radio access network that prioritizes voice and data traffic to further improve sector throughput and performance at the edge of a cell. The receiver design, zero-foot print architecture, compact and low-power consumption baseband contribute to an up to 30 percent lower total cost of ownership for operators compared to an average 2x2 eNodeB, Motorola claims.

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