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Poe

Edgar Allan. 1809--49, US short-story writer, poet, and critic. Most of his short stories, such as The Fall of the House of Usher (1839) and the Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque (1840), are about death, decay, and madness. The Murders in the Rue Morgue (1841) is regarded as the first modern detective story

POE

PoE

(Power Over Ethernet) Distributing power over an Ethernet network. PoE enables remote network devices such as ceiling-mounted access points and surveillance cameras to be installed far away from AC power sources. PoE also eliminates the bulky AC adapter for each device (see wall wart), and it is used for efficient LED lighting (see PoE lighting).

A PoE switch creates a PoE network, which supports both PoE and Ethernet devices. With injectors, PoE devices can be added to an existing Ethernet network (see illustrations below). Using at least Cat 5 cable, electricity is transmitted over unused wires in eight-wire cables and over signal wires in four-wire cables. See Ethernet, PoC and network camera.
          IEEE               MaximumType       Standard           DC Watts

 PoE        802.3af-2003       15.4

 High Power over Ethernet
 HPoE/PoE+  802.3at-2009       25.5

 Linear Technology PoE
 See  LTPoE++.                  90.0



PoE Injector
When AC power is not available in remote areas, a PoE access point or camera is easily added to a regular Ethernet network with an injector.


PoE Injector
When AC power is not available in remote areas, a PoE access point or camera is easily added to a regular Ethernet network with an injector.
References in classic literature ?
At the age of seventeen Poe entered the University of Virginia at Charlottesville.
Allan's death, which occurred in 1829, Poe, through the aid of Mr.
Poe's first genuine victory was won in 1833, when .he was the successful competitor for a prize of $100 offered by a Baltimore periodical for the best prose story.
Poe was connected at various times and in various capacities with the "Southern Literary Messenger" in Richmond, Va.; "Graham's Magazine" and the "Gentleman's Magazine" in Philadelphia.; the "Evening Mirror," the "Broadway journal," and "Godey's Lady's Book" in New York.
Poe's initial salary with the "Southern Literary Messenger," to which he contributed the first drafts of a number of his best-known tales, was $10 a week!
Those were discouraging times in American literature, but Poe never lost faith.
In the two and a half score years that have elapsed since Poe's death he has come fully into his own.