Innovative Methods of Ethernet Distribution from Gefen Allow Existing In -Wall Cables to Carry Ethernet throughout the Home or Office

Most homes and buildings existing today have the same standard in-wall coaxial and power line cables to transmit signals throughout the structure. Two new Ethernet signal distribution systems from GefenTV allow the standardized cables to carry active

The GefenTV Ethernet over Coax Extender comes in a two -box solution: the sender unit is connected to a

live Ethernet signal coming from a cable -box or telephone jack, which is then connected to a coaxial port in
the wall. The receiver unit is placed in another room, connected to another coaxial port using the same cable
infrastructure. Once connected and powered, four active Ethernet ports are available on the receiver, offering
four ways to access the Internet without additional wiring. The system has been tested at distances up
to 250 meters, with transmission speeds reaching up to 200 megabits per second, making this one of
todayʼs fastest and most reliable methods of accessing the Internet from any room in the home or office.
The GefenTV Ethernet over Power Line Extender also uses a sender/receiver methodology to extend Internet
access to any room in the same building. Instead of using a coaxial port, users simply plug the sender unit
(connected to a live Ethernet signal coming from a cable box or telephone jack) into any standard power
outlet. The receiver unit is connected to a power jack in any room where Internet access is wanted. Four
active Ethernet connections are provided on the 4 -port receiver, giving immediate access to the Internet
using in -wall power line cable.
With built -in security codes and plug and play operation, the GefenTV Ethernet extenders perform better
than todayʼs wi -fi systems offering a desirable alternative of all -room Internet access at a cost -effective

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