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All about the Ethernet

By: Courtney Hamby on August 28th, 2014

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All about the Ethernet

LAN  |  ethernet  |  ethernet bridge  |  outdoor ethernet  |  Panel Bridge

EthernetThere was a time when the Earth seemed to be a huge place where people could get to know each other, from different places, only if they visited them in person. However, with the tremendous advancement in technology things have changed drastically. The invention of computer was one break-through and then came the invention of the local-area networks, the Internet or the World Wide Web and then the Ethernet. Now we can almost see a different part of the world just by sitting in our rooms or connect with people all over the world. Furthermore, co-workers which live a huge distance apart can be in contact and complete their required project. Gamers thousands of miles apart can play tournaments with each other. Most devices around us are wireless and hence more comfortable to use. Few important devices used for the Ethernet service consists of Outdoor Ethernet Panel Bridge, wireless Ethernet Radio, etc.

Things you should know about the Ethernet:

  • Ethernet is the most widely used technology of computer networking for local area Networks.
  • There are a few companies, which provide various wireless Ethernet services. The products are designed such that secure and proper wireless connections can be enabled in locations, which are completely remote in an affordable manner. Furthermore, these products help us to solve various problems of installations of the wireless connections, do not compromise with the security of data and also the price is affordable.
  • The outdoor Ethernet panel bridge provides us with a very simple setup and absolute minimum amount of programming by the user is required. It is made a point that there is a match in the price and performance of these various products.
  • Most of the pairs of Ethernet bridges have around 12 - 13 dB, flat panel antennas and the setup is usually easy as the radio is mostly paired up but always out of the box. Furthermore, to improve the convenience the messy antenna cables are mostly absent. In order to install the Ethernet Bridge one has to run the cat5 cables of Ethernet, which are always included in the injectors of the power over Ethernet (PoE), and then aim the flat-panel antennas at each other. After carrying these steps you are absolutely good to go.
  • Powerful antennas have the capability to send the links of the Ethernet, huge distances apart.
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