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IPcoax 1410 FTTH for Multiple Dwelling Units

- IP Triple Play over Existing Coax
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4 HPNA ports, max 64 HPNA clients (16 per port)
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RF CATV can be combined with HPNA
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Gigabit Ethernet Rings for Reliable Video Transport
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Remote management of all Coax and Ethernet endpoints

The IPcoax 1410 Coax Ethernet Switch enables IP-based Video, Data and VoIP applications over existing coax cabling. The 1410 is an ideal solution for Fiber to the Home deployments in Multiple Dwelling Units.


Flexible Method for Delivering IP-based Services over Existing Coax
Delivery of FTTH IP-based Triple Play services to Mid-rise apartments, Garden-style apartments, Condos, and Townhomes is a key demographic for service providers. These properties present a difficult deployment environment. It is often desirable to use the existing coax infrastructure to deliver FTTH services.

IPcoax 1410 - The Ideal Solution for FTTH MDU Deployments
Easy service delivery to units using existing coax cable means no rewiring:
Fast, secure and reliable Plug and Play solution reduces installation time
Dynamic bandwidth allocation optimizes throughput based on activity
Quality of Service and VLAN termination and tagging
Extends fiber optic data speed onto existing coax wiring

Open Standards Based and Compatible with Existing RF Video
The IPcoax 1410 supports Gigabit Ethernet for optical delivery to the MDU and the HPNA 3 standard for Ethernet over coax. Existing RF CATV and HPNA share the same coax cable to be split/combined in the unit.

IPcoax 1410 IP Video Deployment Example
Each IPcoax 1410 supports 4 units with 100Mbps IP Ethernet bandwidth dedicated to each unit. The 1410s can be connected to the main Ethernet Switch in either an EdgeRing or point-to-point configuration. IPcoax 422 HPNA clients are used in each Unit to convert the coax to RJ-45 Ethernet connections.

 

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