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Ethernet extender for upgrading existing xDSL-infrastructure analog cabling

May 13, 2024  By  SP&T Staff

Antaira Technologies has released its IVC-4011-T-V2 Industrial Ethernet Extender for upgrading existing xDSL-infrastructure analog cabling up to 3937 feet (1.2 kilometers). Used in pairs, this device delivers 200/100Mbps asymmetric backbone bandwidth. The IVC-4011-T-V2 makes it possible to link two LANs located nearly a mile apart over a long distance point-to-point LAN connection, according to the company. The IVC-4011-T-V2 applies an advanced switching architecture offering four RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet ports, along with the flexibility of an asymmetric or symmetric Ethernet-over-VDSL connection. Depending on network requirements, either an RJ11 or BNC port can be used to leverage the VDSL2 (Very High-Bit-Rate Digital Subscriber Line 2) G.993.2 connection. Ruggedly engineered for indoor and outdoor installations, the IVC-4011-T-V2 is housed in an IP30-rated metal enclosure and can handle temperatures of -40° to 75°C.

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