Broadband data transmission with up to 2.5 Gbps over existing coaxial cables
Very often, many network providers have already replaced coxial or DSL lines with optical fibers. Nevertheless, the more difficult topic mostly remains how to reach participants on the last few meters. Also optical connections directly to the customer are not always possible.
With MoCA Access 2.5, up to 2.5 Gbit/s per RF channel can be made available to the end customer. This is much more than DSL and DOCSIS-based technologies are able to transmit due to the limited physical properties of twisted-pair cables and the limitations of DOCSIS.
IN:XTND System Overview
Gigabit-speed fiber capacity can be provided in the home using cost-effective, non-invasive, multi-channel MoCA Access 2.5 technology. With the IN:XTND products INCOAX offers the necessary hardware.
Using a combiner, the Internet RF signal is fed into the existing TV coaxial cable by the control devices and is then available to the customer as a data signal after a junction box and access device (corresponds to a modem).