Home Networking On Coax For Video And Multimedia (2005)

By Ladd Wardani

Home networking of multimedia, and particularly of video, is covered, including usage models, system requirements, installation and maintenance, security, and comparison of the various in-home mediums. Field characterization of the in-home coax plant is described, followed by home field testing data of the technology developed by Entropic and field tested by MoCA (TM).

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