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Media converters • Media converters • Seamlessly integrate 10, 100, and 1000 BASE-T, ThinNet, Thicknet and fibre optic cabling. • Inexpensively connect half- or full-duplex 100BASE-TX and 100BASE-FX! • Switch between different wiring systems w...
Selecting a video converter. • Selecting a video converter • Resolution and refresh rate • Many modern flat screen monitors will only display a small range of refresh rates and resolutions, and most will not display any refresh rates below 60H...
Interface-powered converters. • Interface-powered converters • Plug directly into RS-232 devices • Interface-powered converters plug directly into RS-232 devices, eliminating the need for external power supplies. These converters draw their po...
Media Converter Selector • Choosing the right media converter to • connect two dissimilar media types • Media converters are networking devices that enable you to interconnect networks or network devices with different speeds, operation types,...
HDCPHDCPHDCP (High Bandwidth Digital Protection) is an encryption system for digital video, which was developed in 2003 by Intel. It applies to all content on Blu-ray Discs and HD DVDs, and allows the best possible resolution for display...
...digital-to-analogue converters, which help to maintain the integrity of sound signals from high-end electronic devices. • Two types of connectors • The two types of connectors associated with digital optical transmission are TOSLINK®, a Toshiba®...
...application of the MicroConverter G.703 connecting a bridge or router without a native G.703 interface to a • 2-Mbps G.703 network. • Installing G.703 technology has traditionally been an expensive outlay. The interface cards for branded routers ten...
...video signals or EDID/HDCP control signals not to be transmitted properly. Make sure that you use quality, high-speed HDMI® cables—they don’t even have to be expensive ones—or try an HDMI extender. • HDCP is unsupported. Does the display support H...
...found on most types of network equipment, including NICs, switches, routers, and media converters. Because these devices are totally backwards compatible with other Ethernet devices, all you need to do to reap energy savings is to swap out devices.
...addresses. Media converters, which provide only simple interface and electrical conversion, are usually Layer 1 (Physical Layer) devices. • Generally, the higher the network layer a device operates on, the more sophisticated (and expensive!) ...
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