Re: [WISPA] SercoNet

2006-07-23 Thread Peter R.

http://www.serconet.net/nh10wap11b.htm
The unit can transmit data up to 300 feet in open-air and can 
communicate with up to 30 different wireless clients that are using 
IEEE-802.11b.



One article here: http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/news/article.php/3568206

The technology overall is wireless-agnostic; the company envisions it 
extending signals throughout a home for everything from Wi-Fi to WiMax 
to EV-DO (though the initial use will probably be limited to Wi-Fi). It 
also won't impact use of the phone or ADSL broadband using the same 
lines. It is only limited by the length of the phone lines in the house, 
which can usually go a maximum of 550 feet before losing quality for voice.


SercoNet: Cracking Home 
Networking With Eye on Future

by Telecommunications® Magazine
Wed, March 1. 2006  


http://www.telecommagazine.com/Americas/article.asp?HH_ID=AR_1791

SercoNet could crash and burn before its WirePlus home networking 
product even reaches the marketplace. That’s just a fact of life in a 
crowded market.


A Tampa Bay technology house, SercoNet believes its WirePlus system’s 
ability to separate the wireless antenna from the base access unit then 
use the home telephone wiring as an in-house conduit gives it standout 
qualities.


The SercoNet wireline portion of the task ends when a user inserts a 
second transceiving unit into a telephone jack to retrieve the data and 
send it to another detached antenna to form a Wi-Fi transmission cloud 
for any nearby receiving devices.





Paul Hendry wrote:


Would be interesting to see how long a cable run you could run these over.

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Mixed Signals
Wireless networks get a boost from phone lines.
Entrepreneur magazine - June 2006

For example, SercoNet is developing a technology that sends Wi-Fi 
signals over your existing phone lines without affecting their use for 
voice or DSL internet access.


http://www.entrepreneur.com/mag/article/0,1539,327728,00.html


Regards,

Peter
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RE: [WISPA] SercoNet

2006-07-22 Thread Paul Hendry
Would be interesting to see how long a cable run you could run these over.

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Subject: [WISPA] SercoNet

Mixed Signals
Wireless networks get a boost from phone lines.
Entrepreneur magazine - June 2006

For example, SercoNet is developing a technology that sends Wi-Fi 
signals over your existing phone lines without affecting their use for 
voice or DSL internet access.

http://www.entrepreneur.com/mag/article/0,1539,327728,00.html


Regards,

Peter
RAD-INFO, Inc. - NSP Strategist
We Help ISPs Connect  Communicate
813.963.5884
http://4isps.com/newsletter.htm

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