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IPcoax 1410 Data Sheet
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IPcoax 1410
IPcoax CEB 422
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IP Video

Using ITU-T G.9954 for Connecting IP-based Devices
The use of IP-based devices such as IP Video Cameras is growing exponentially. A very cost effective method to network these devices is to use the existing coax or twisted pair cabling that was used for analog video cameras and other legacy devices. This G.9954 protocol provides 100Mbps transport now and 200Mbps in the near future.

Open Standards Based
The IPcoax CEB422 Coax Ethernet Bridge supports the ITU-T G.9954 standard for Ethernet over Coax.

IPcoax CEB422 IP Video Deployment over Existing Coax
The existing Analog Video Cameras are disconnected from the existing coax cables. The Client CEB422 is connected to existing Coax and the IP Video Camera is plugged into the CEB422 Ethernet Port. Both units are powered from the 12VDC that powered the analog camera. The CEB422s are direct connected to an IPcoax 1410.

 

 

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IP Video using a Hardened Gigabit Ethernet Ring
ReadyLinks provides a solution for IP Ethernet aggregation - the IPcoax 1410. The IPcoax 1410 is a 4 port coax Ethernet switch. Each port supports a 100Mbps data stream. This is the ideal bandwidth for IP Video camera transport. The 4 coax ports are aggregated onto Gigabit Ethernet optical ports that can be configured in Point to Point, Chained and Ring configurations.

All ReadyLinks Gigabit Ethernet based products can be connected together to form extremely cost effective networks.

 


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