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coax

[′kō‚aks]
(electromagnetism)

coax

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MaxLinear is also a leader in Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) products and has developed MoCA 2.5 technology that provides a solution for MSOs who need even greater networking throughput and capacity.
The POE over Coax Extender Kit designed by the innovators at AAS Technology helps to extend the transmission of signal by a distance of up-to 900 feet within an industrial surveillance setting.
To learn more about their Ethernet over Coax Kit or speak with one of their qualified specialists, please visit their website at www.aas.com.tw.
Powered by Entropic's MoCA silicon, Echo, uses current in-home coax wiring as a network backbone to remove Wi-Fi dead zones and deliver more consistent bandwidth for Ultra High-Definition (HD) media, low latency online and cloud gaming, over-the-top (OTT) / Internet content and mobile entertainment anywhere in the home.
The SDI Camera Video + Power + Data RS-485 Transmission over Coax Kit is the requisite product for applications in which video signals must be sent over long distances via a cable.
The zNID integrates two CopperGate HomePNA 3.1 chipsets, which makes it the only available intelligent FTTH gateway capable of providing full speed operation over both coax cables and phone wires simultaneously, the companies said.
Once scientists have an embryo, they can coax it into an adult plant.
The new 1/2” corrugated coax jumpers from Pasternack are perfect for runs when, low PIM, low VSWR, low insertion loss, and/or RF Isolation are critical.
Motorola's MR-DVR solution operates over the existing home coax wiring using Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA ) technology, creating an IP network throughout the home that enables seamless and intuitive time-shifting and place-shifting of video content.
The company said the new device, also called the FiOS-G1 100, supports dual-band 2.4 GHz/5 GHz 802.11ac with beamforming, and bakes in the 2.0 edition of the Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) platform, which backs in-home wireline throughputs of 400 Mbps in basic mode and up to 800 Mbps in the improved, turbo mode.
Conec has developed a BNC coax connector product line.
The latest offer from Axis allows organizations to keep the coax in large-scale installations without the hassle of re-cabling.