Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Using existing coax wiring to deliver both television and Internet content to connected TVs

I bet you need at least two hands to count the number of devices you have connected to your home’s Wi-Fi network: desktop and laptop computers, connected TVs and media players, smartphones, tablets and video game consoles, all competing for bandwidth. Scattering Wi-Fi signal repeaters around the house cannot adequately solve the problems of buffering video and dead zones. However, the solution may already exist, hidden behind the walls. The same coaxial cables you use to receive cable or satellite television service can also deliver high speed Internet to your Internet-connected devices, while saving you and your television service provider money.
Read more: http://blog.ce.org/index.php/2012/02/21/home-coax-networking-improves-performance-reduces-costs-for-consumers-and-content-providers/#ixzz1n3bmfsXQ

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