EoVDSL: A cost-effective solution for transmitting Ethernet data over existing copper wiring for ITS and traffic applications
There is a very large and evolving market for Ethernet transmission over existing low-speed copper circuits in the ITS / transportation market, particularly from an aftermarket standpoint. As the traffic and transportation market witnesses the wholesale transition from legacy serial data, frequency shift keying (FSK), and baseband analog video equipment, to later generation Ethernet-based hardware, the previously installed communications infrastructure may not be capable of supporting the unique transmission requirements associated with Ethernet.
Many users who are considering upgrading their current systems to Ethernet, find the existing installed copper communications media previously used for FSK circuits may not be compatible with this data protocol. Although the use and technical benefits of optical fiber for Ethernet transmission are well known and accepted, the cost of installing a new fiber plant to support an Ethernet-based network may be prohibitive from a budget standpoint.
- Distance / bandwidth limitation
- IP camera utilising coaxial cable
- Latest VDSL signal processing system
- Supports both twisted copper and coaxial cable
- Types of EoVDSL networks supported
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