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Link USA Introduces Enhanced Cat-5 UTP Data Cable 

Link USA introduced the latest enhancements to its Euro cable ETN line of robust, yet flexible, Cat-5e cables specifically designed for the entertainment industry....

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Avocent Emerge WMS1000 
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In last month's Sound & Video Contractor I reviewed ViewSonic's Media Gateway WMG120 and Media Adapter WMA100. That combination sends video and audio...

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TV One Cat-5 VGA Extenders Send Signals Long Distance 


Cat-5 VGA Extenders From TV One Send Signals More Than 1,180 Feet 

Sending VGA signals over long distances via standard Cat-5 cable has been made fast, easy, and affordable thanks to Cat-5 VGA extenders just added to TV One's TV One-task product group. Comprising both a transmitter and receiver, the model 1T-VGA-CAT system is capable of encoding and decoding VGA signals with resolutions of up to 1280x1024 into a bitstream for remote viewing using a single Cat-5 cable. With the ability to travel distances of up to 590ft., a single transmitter/receiver combination can be used to provide an image to a single VGA monitor or projector. ...

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Tributaries' Silver series HDMI cables feature high-conductivity OFHC copper signal conductors, which are silver-plated to provide a low-loss path for the digital signal and protection against copper oxidation...

MuxLab Extends VGA over Cat-5 

MuxLab, designer and manufacturer of security video and AV connectivity solutions for copper twisted pair, announced its latest addition to its AV connectivity portfolio: the Active VGA Balun Kit (500035, 500036)....

Technology Showcase: Fiber-Optic Audio Snakes 
By Bruce Borgerson
Fiber-optic audio snakes appeared with great fanfare in the late 1980s, carrying with them high hopes for quickly supplanting passive copper snakes across the full spectrum of applications. Alas, to the consternation of the companies...

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