Motorola Curve


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    Product Specifications:

  • Band: 900 MHz ISM Band (no FCC license required)
  • Channels: 10
  • Weight: 5.11 oz
  • Dimensions: 4.55 x 1.87x 0.95
  • Outdoor range*: Reliable communications for 1-2 miles
  • Indoor range*: 300,000 sq.ft / 20 floors
  • Battery lifetime: 11.5 hours


  • Motorola Curve Radio
  • Belt Holster
  • Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Quick Reference Guide
  • Drop-in Tray Charger with Power Adapter
  • Product Safety and RF Exposure Booklet

    Additional Specifications:

  • Military-grade specifications
  • Antimicrobial coating
  • Wi-Fi features require a Motorola Curve Portal subscription

Motorola Curve Product Information

If you’re looking for the perfect hands-free radio for your retail store, hospitality, or restaurant business, then the Motorola Curve (DLR1110) is the perfect advanced solution that you’ve been waiting for. 

This device acts as a stand-alone radio-to-radio communications tool, but can also be used with your Wi-Fi system for enhanced functionality

The end result is a user-friendly device that enables your team to communicate clearly over distance in chaotic and unpredictable environments. If you’re looking to get in touch with the stock room of your retail store in the middle of the day on a Saturday during the holidays, you want reliability built into the device that you’re using. 

Similarly, if you’re trying to convey an important message to your kitchen staff during the dinner rush at a popular restaurant, like arranging a curbside pickup, the efficiency of your establishment (and your Yelp ratings) rely on your radio’s ability to communicate clearly. 

The Motorola DLR1110 features an ergonomic design that makes keeping in touch with your team a breeze. It also allows you 300,000 square feet of range, which should cover even the largest big-box retail operations with no issues whatsoever. 

The Wi-Fi connectivity of this device makes advanced features like voice assistance a regular part of your workday. Using this feature, you’ll be able to issue verbal commands like “call Tracy” or “call the kitchen” and be connected instantly. You can also use your voice commands to log in and out of the device, a convenient experience that embraces the best that modern communication technology has to offer. 

With the voice assistant also comes the voice assistant portal, which is a web-based app that lets you add associates to your location. 

There’s also a voicemail feature that comes in handy when you want to let someone know something but don’t need an immediate live conversation and response. Once the Curve receives a voice message, the user can then play it back whenever they choose. This voicemail feature also comes in handy with task management, as it can be played and replayed when completing certain tasks. 

The Curve / DLR1110 uses Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum technology, which is free of licensing fees and matches up nicely with Motorola’s DTR and DLR series devices. That means if you’re already using any of these radios, they can communicate with the Curve right out of the box using the default factory settings. 

It’s a tough device that can withstand the rigors of a bustling business environment. It meets military specifications, with a polycarbonate housing that protects against all sorts of damage. It was tested using the military-standard MIL Specs 810 to ensure maximum durability. This radio is also IP5X-sealed to protect against dust and humidity

The Motorola Curve digital walkie talkie operates on a digital 900 MHz ISM band, which does not require an FCC license fee.

It runs on a lithium-ion battery with an 11.5-hour lifespan. (It should be noted that if you’re using the Wi-Fi services, the battery life drops slightly to 10 hours, which is still more than enough for even the longest workday shift.)

How does the Motorola Curve excel?

Impressive Range

The Motorola Curve features an extended talk range of up to 300,000 square feet. When indoors, that equals an equivalent of about 20 floors. This makes the device ideal for larger retail establishments, warehouses, and restaurants. It would also be effective in a hotel or resort setting.

Voice Assistant over Wi-Fi

The Curve has the ability to connect to your business Wi-Fi signal and use the Cloud to enable voice command processing. These commands are delivered over a Wi-Fi data network to enable processing without taking away from the slim simplicity of the business radio’s design. 


Using the Curve, you can send voice messages to the handset of your choosing. The recipient can then play or replay these messages at their earliest convenience. This is a great way to deliver messages that don’t require a live response, or a way to send a request to a member of your team while they’re busy with another task, enabling communication without disruption.

Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum

You can count on reliable and private communications between members of your team thanks to the Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum technology that powers the Motorola Curve. This technology allows you to choose between 10,000 unique 4-digit radio profile IDs so that your communications will remain protected. This is the same technology that powers the Motorola DLR and DTR series, making these radios compatible with the Curve. 

Sturdy and Sanitary

The Motorola Curve is both sturdy and sanitary, with military-grade hardware packed in a strong shell. The device also has an IP5X rating for low-pressure water and dust resistance. That allows it to perform well even in extreme conditions. It has also been tested to meet military durability specifications. 

Is the Motorola Curve Right for Your Business?

The Motorola Curve was designed with businesses in mind. Specifically, it was created to cater to the world of retail. You’ll be able to communicate with your entire team thanks to the range and Wi-Fi-enabled efficiency of this radio. 

This includes both sales staff out on the floor as well as warehouse or stock room staff and management. 

The Curve is also ideal for hospitality businesses of all kinds. This includes small to medium-sized hotels as well as casinos and large hotels. With a 20-floor range, even some of the largest hotels in major tourist hot spots will be served well by the power of the Motorola Curve. This reliable device can connect you with housekeeping staff, concierge workers, front desk employees, management, valet parking, maintenance, and more, all with the push of a button. 

Restaurants of all sizes will also get a lot of use from this digital two-way radio, including pubs and nightclubs. Its Wi-Fi-enabled features and voice messaging are the perfect fit for busy and bustling restaurant operations. 

What Does TechWholesale Include When You Buy a Motorola DLR1110?

When you purchase the Motorola DLR1110 from TechWholesale, you’re getting a number of items aside from just the radio itself. 

Obviously, the first item you’ll notice in the box is the Motorola Curve Radio handset. The device also comes with a belt holster for ease and convenience and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a lifespan of 10-11 hours per charge. 

You’ll also receive a drop-in tray charger with a power adapter so that you can keep your battery full and your device functioning throughout even the longest workday. 

For informational purposes, you’re also going to receive a quick reference guide and the product safety and RF exposure booklet.

If you have any questions about this or any of the radios available here at Tech Wholesale, contact our customer service department.

What is the Curve Portal?

The Curve Portal is a user management system and license that lets you add both users and devices to your network. It requires an active subscription. It was developed to act as a personnel management services tool. Access to the portal is granted when a user buys the Voice Assistant subscription. Users can then log in via a desktop or mobile device to manage their subscription whenever needed. 

Is Voice Assistant included with the Motorola Curve?

The voice assistance capabilities of this device are separately priced as part of a subscription that does not come included with the Motorola Curve. You will have to sign up for a subscription to use this feature. The subscription is seat-based, wherein a set number of licenses are shared over time through many devices. 

The Curve acts as a traditional stand-alone radio with typical radio-to-radio communication. However, with a “sear license” of just $5 per month, you’re able to get additional functionality, including the voice assistant. 

Does Curve have the same features as other Motorola Solutions business radios?

Curve includes several legacy features that are available on previous Motorola Solutions business radio models. These include the call all available function, private replies, mute, and page all. The Curve also brings a number of new features into the world of business radios, including Wi-Fi-enabled voice assistance and custom voice commands.

What is the range or coverage area of the Motorola Curve?

With the Motorola Curve you can expect coverage ranging around 2 miles and 30 floors.

How many channels does the Motorola Curve offer?

The Motorola Curve has 10 channels. How many channels do you need?

**If the radios you are ordering need to communicate with existing radios - please request ‘programming required’ and add the required programming information OR call our support hotline at 800.215.5160 for a walkthrough on how to gather programming information.

Is the Curve compatible with other Motorola radios I may already have?

That entirely depends on the frequencies your current two way radios are operating on. This model of walkie talkie runs on digital and is communication compatible with other digital walkie talkies - like the Motorola DLR1060 or DTR700.

To confirm if your radios are compatible, email us or send us a chat in the bottom right corner of your screen.

Does it come with a warranty, and what does the warranty cover?

These two way radios come with a 2 year replacement warranty. This warranty will cover any defective or malfunctioning walkie talkie. Contact us with any warranty questions!

Where can I request a quote for Motorola Curve?

If you are purchasing radios in bulk - definitely contact us for a quote for special bulk pricing!

What is the battery life of the Motorola Curve, and are there options for extended battery life?

The battery life for the Motorola Curve is 11-12 hours.

For extended battery life, check out the following accessories:

If you have multiple walkie talkies, we highly recommend a 'base station' for your walkie talkies like a multi-unit charger.

Is the Motorola Curve suitable for indoor and outdoor use?

The Motorola Curve operates on Digital frequencies - meaning it would be ideal for indoor and or outdoor use. 

Is the Motorola Curve waterproof or water resistant?

The Motorola Curve is water resistant. If there is moisture in the air, it is no issue. If the walkie talkie is submerged then turn it off and let it dry.

How durable is the Motorola Curve? Is it built to withstand tough environments or weather conditions?

The Motorola Curve meets MIL-SPEC 810 & IP55 Specifications. Simply meaning these are durable and would be recommended for light-to-medium duty use. Walkie talkie recommendations for specific industries

Please view the question above for water resistance levels.

Are there any additional accessories available for this Curve, such as headsets or carrying cases?

There are many accessories for the Curve walkie talkie. View all Curve accessories.

Does the Motorola Curve require an FCC license for use?

The Curve does not require an FCC license.

Find more information from the official FCC website.

Can I use the Motorola Curve in my specific industry? 

You can shop walkies talkies for your industry here. Or take our questionnaire to find the perfect two way radio based on your requirements.

The Motorola Curve is recommended for industries like or similar to: retail stores, restaurants, hospitals, hotels, warehouses.

What is the size of the Motorola Curve?

This walkie talkie is generally small/medium sized. The dimensions for the Motorola Curve are 4.55 x 1.87x 0.95.

What is the difference between analog and digital walkie talkies?

Learn the difference between digital and analog radios.

Is there customer support available if I encounter any issues with the product?

Here at Tech Wholesale, we pride ourselves on providing the best service and support for our customers. Email us at or call….

To place an order or request a quote, call us at: 888.925.5982

For product technical information and support, please call: 800.215.5160

Manufacturer Help Desks: 

  • Kenwood - 888-801-0200
  • Motorola Family Radios - 800-353-2729
  • Motorola Business Radios - 800-448-6686
  • Motorola Hotline - 1-800-215-5160

Are there any discounts or promotions currently available for the Motorola Curve?

We always have a discount program available! Please contact us at for current discounts and promotions.

Where can I find official Motorola product information about this model?

View information about the Motorola Curve from the official Motorola website.


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