Motorola's Networks business is launching new applications for cellular network providers and a solution for mobile broadband Internet access. Bluetooth modules for cars and stylish designer mobiles are setting mobile phone trends. In addition, Motorola Networks will be presenting its solutions at the WiMAX Forum Pavilion in Hall 13, Stand D35.
Multi-modal biometry solutions
Motorola offers a package for biometry identity management, security in the personalisation of registrations and passports, proof of identity at border checks, mobile AFIS (Automatic Fingerprint Identification Systems) and access controls. Motorola's multi-modal biometry solutions, which combine fingerprints with 2D and 3D face recognition and enable a seamless transmission of the results via TETRA, GSM and GPRS, are demonstrated at the stand.
As a founding member of the WiMAX Forum, Motorola plays a leading role in the development of this new radio standard. With a data transfer rate of up to 108 Mbit/s and a wide range, the standard for regional radio networks surpasses the current WLAN technology. With a so-called "quality of service", WiMAX is supposed to be more suitable for speech transmission than standard broadband networks.
Mobile in the car
Bluetooth car kits for frequent drivers automatically connect to mobiles in the car. The speaker-independent voice control makes operating mobiles while driving easy - hands remain on the steering wheel. MP3 files stored in the mobile can be listened to via audio streaming on the car stereo system. If a call comes in, the music is interrupted and continued when the caller hangs up.
With the new ultra-flat designer mobile, SLVR, L6 and L2, Motorola is expanding its concept of "Iconic Design" to the candybar segment. Even the cult clamshell, the RAZR V3, comes in two colourful new models - "pretty in pink" and "cool in blue". Its successor, the V3i, stands out due to its high sound quality, a high-contrast interior display and improved photo quality. At a 7.4g and with a 33 x 41mm size, the H5 Miniblue is one of the smallest headsets worldwide. It records speech directly in the auditory canal, thus reducing interfering outside noises. Together with Vodafone, Motorola is presenting a transmission standard (Digital Video Broadcasting for Handhelds) with which multimedia services and, in particular, television can be received by mobile phone.
Europe's first licence-free digital radio sets
The first licence-free digital radio sets by Motorola, DTR2430 and DTR2450, offer similar functions to mobiles but with digital audio quality. From text messaging to call divert and call lists to calls with one or more subscribers. The new products are particularly suitable for use in the education sector, trade, the processing industry and property management.
Motorola is presenting these products at CeBIT in Hall 26, Stand E40.