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MOTOROLA DISPLAYS TWO NEW MODEMS AT 1993 COMDEX SHOW; DATA TRANSMISSION PRODUCT LINE EXPANSION CONTINUES

 LIBERTYVILLE, Ill., Nov. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Motorola's Cellular Subscriber Group announced the addition of two new data over cellular modem products designed and manufactured jointly with Motorola UDS. The CELLect(TM) 14.4 PCMCIA data/fax modem and CELLect(TM) 14.4 pocket-sized data/fax modem employ Motorola UDS' Enhanced Cellular Control (EC2). Enhanced Cellular Control improves the reliability of cellular data transmission without the need of a special modem on the land end of the connection.
 The demand and interest in transmitting data over cellular by consumers is growing by leaps and bounds. As the number of business professionals conducting their day-to-day work on the road increases, the necessity for reliable communications devices intensifies. Motorola's new data/fax modem products offer the flexibility and dependability to help users maintain a competitive edge.
 The CELLect 14.4 PCMCIA modem, a convenient credit card sized modem, allows consumers to transfer data using a wide range of manufacturers' palmtop and laptop computers and personal intelligent communicators. The CELLect 14.4 pocket data/fax modem also gives users numerous benefits for data devices without PCMCIA slots, offering standard serial port compatibility in a small, external accessory package. Both new modems connect directly via a lightweight cable with Motorola's data- capable family of MicroTAC(TM) personal telephones to provide optimized circuit switched wireless data exchange over U.S. cellular networks. These products permit users to send and receive wireless electronic mail and faxes, access applications and information services, and update and query databases.
 These new modem products are the latest additions to the MC2 (Motorola Cellular Connectivity) family of cellular data communications products offered by Motorola. Earlier this year, Motorola introduced the CTM 2400(TM) Cellular Telephone Modem, a 3-watt cellular transceiver integrated with a cellular modem, which, with EC2 Enhanced Cellular Control, allows users optimized cellular data transmissions without having to exchange or upgrade the host end equipment. The collaboration of these two Motorola groups unites the industry's leading manufacturers of cellular telephones and modems, providing customers with a family of leading-edge technology products.
 Motorola is one of the world's leading providers of wireless communications and electronic equipment systems, components and services for worldwide markets. Products include cellular telephones and systems, two-way radios, pagers, personal communication systems, semiconductors, defense and aerospace electronics, automotive and industrial electronics, computers, data communications and information processing and handling equipment. Sales in 1992 were $13.3 billion.
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 /NOTE TO EDITORS: For further press information, please contact: Motorola's Cellular Subscriber Group, 600 North U.S. Highway No. 45, Room AN460, Libertyville, Ill. 60048. Phone: 708-523-2841. Fax: 708-523-8770. For all other inquiries, please contact Motorola's Cellular Information Center at 1-800-331-6456./
 /CONTACT: David A. Pinsky of Motorola, 708-523-2841/
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