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Distribute wireless signals over standard coaxial cables December 18, 2006

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  • Distribute 802.11b/g wireless signals over standard coaxial cables
  • No more wireless dead spots or interference
  • All antennas include pass-through outlets, so no TV connections will be lost

  • Does your wireless network limit you to certain areas in your home? Get rid of wireless dead spots using your existing cable lines with the AuraGrid Home Kit, which distributes 802.11b and 802.11g signals over standard coaxial cables. Setup takes just minutes, and once connected, you’ll enjoy faster file transfers and eliminated interference. An IEEE 802.11b/g wireless access point or router with detachable antenna and SMA connector are required and sold separately (RPTNC-toSMA adapter now available here.

    The AuraGrid Home Kit’s 4-way duplexer/splitter screws easily into your cable line where it enters the home. The same wiring that sends cable TV to the rooms in your home will distribute wireless RF signals, as well. Use one of the included extension units to connect your router to the AuraGrid, and wire the additional extensions into the cable entry point of the rooms to be connected. Each comes with an antenna: Rooms that are equipped with an AuraGrid antenna will enjoy maximum wireless signal strength as well as data throughput without interrupting cable TV/Internet services.

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