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Motorola is to market its range of wireless broadband solutions from across the Atlantic.

Three models of the point-to-point wireless system Canopy, running at 2.4GHz, 5.4GHz and 5.7GHz, were presented in London earlier in the week, reports ZDNet.

The telecoms company said that each device could handle up to 10Mb of traffic, with an estimated average of 7Mb.

Tony Kobrinetz, vice-president and general manager for Canopy wireless broadband, told technology news provider ZDNet: "The range is less good. The products coming to the UK can reach around two miles, which gives some 13 square miles of coverage.

"The Canadian and US versions have a range of 10 miles, which equates to a coverage area of over 300 square miles."

Meanwhile, Motorola has recently completed the acquisition of wireless LAN (WLAN) security provider AirDefense.

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