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When Power-over-Ethernet meets 802.11n: Not a pretty picture

4/22/2008 11:00 AM EDT
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re: When Power-over-Ethernet meets 802.11n: Not a pretty picture
Develish   4/23/2008 5:17:15 AM
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An intermediate solution is available for users right now. High power midspans and splitters are available. These offer up to 30 watts of output power, with IEEE802.3af signature protocols. Microsemi PD7001G, Phihong POE30U, and Panduit DPOE and the mispans. My company Infomart offers the PoweredEthernet PES40xx series active splitters that will work with these midspans to deliver a high power POE solution.

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re: When Power-over-Ethernet meets 802.11n: Not a pretty picture
Develish   4/23/2008 4:53:15 AM
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An intermediate solution is available for users right now. High power midspans and splitters are available. These offer up to 30 watts of output power, with IEEE802.3af signature protocols. Microsemi PD7001G, Phihong POE30U, and Panduit DPOE and the mispans. My company Infomart offers the PoweredEthernet PES40xx series active splitters that will work with these midspans to deliver a high power POE solution.

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