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Will Ethernet AV help unify home networks?

12/29/2008 10:00 PM EST
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re: Will Ethernet AV help unify home networks?
kciszewski   1/15/2009 3:09:30 AM
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A few years ago, the Gibson Guitar Company created Gibson Magic, a 100 BaseT point to point full duplex method for sending many channels of digital audio at up to 48 K sampling rates with control data. This method used up more than 80% of the available point to point ethernet bandwidth.

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