Tag Ethernet

Guide to Creating Whole-Home Wi-Fi Solutions

Do traditional routers or mesh kits create the best whole-home Wi-Fi? Here are the pros and cons of both for residential network installations.

Don’t Miss ADI at ISC West 2018

If you are going to be at the 2018 ISC West show in Las Vegas, you won’t want to miss everything there is to see at the ADI booth #12031. Our newly redesigned booth will feature some of the latest… Continue Reading →

Don’t Miss ADI at ISC West 2017

Featuring a Newly Redesigned Show Booth and the Return of ADI’s AV Technology Pavilion If you are going to be at the 2017 ISC West show in Las Vegas you won’t want to miss everything there is to see at… Continue Reading →

Be Your Customers’ IT Consultant

It would be safe to say that, smaller companies having fifty or less employees don’t typically have on-site IT personnel to manage their network usage and devices. At the same time employees have broken out of their cubicles using mobile… Continue Reading →

Selecting the Best Cable for Your Next Installation

  One of the great benefits of using IP-enabled security devices is their compatibility with various types of cables such as Cat5e/6 UTP, copper coax, and fiber optic links.  This provides security installers with a range of options when it… Continue Reading →

Selection and Use of Fiber Optic IP Media Converters

  Fiber Optic media converters provide an inexpensive method to extend LAN IP connectivity using existing fiber optic links. With a pair of EtherWAN ET-EL100T media converters and functional fiber optic links, the extension of a LAN can be accomplished… Continue Reading →

The Future of Ethernet

The Ethernet Alliance is a US-based nonprofit organization that works to set the standards for Ethernet communications over networks. This past March they released their 2015 Ethernet Roundup which detailed the future types of Ethernet that are being developed. Ethernet… Continue Reading →

PoE Network Switch Power Calculations and Usage

In most green field installations where new Cat5e/6 UTP cable will be installed to connect remote IP cameras and devices it only makes sense to use the PoE powering option that most major vendors are building into their medium to… Continue Reading →