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Any device used to extend an Ethernet or network segment beyond its inherent distance limitation—which, for the majority of common variants of twisted pair Ethernet, is around 100 metres (328 feet)—is referred to as an Ethernet extender. These devices use a range of physical media and transmission technologies.
Ethernet extenders transmit data across LANs at distances considerably beyond the capabilities of conventional Ethernet, transparent to higher network-layer protocols.
In order to deliver broadband network speeds at distances that are greater than the range of normal network cable, Ethernet extenders can be built on a wide range of technologies and utilise a variety of cabling types. Ethernet extenders are a good substitute for fibre optic cable since they are inexpensive and require little maintenance.
The Global Ethernet extender market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The US-made CopperLink CL2300E light-industrial, wire-bonding Ethernet Extender was unveiled by Patton Electronics.
A network signal extension device with a distant unit and local unit is called the AN-LAN-EXT-HD-PIN Ethernet Extender. It is capable of transferring network traffic through 2-wire systems like Cat5, telephone lines, coaxial cables, etc. Maximum distance is 3,000 metres, and maximum bandwidth is 148 Mbps.
The USB 2.0 RG2304-LAN, a new USB over network extender, was introduced by Icron Technologies Corporation. The RG2304-LAN extends USB 2.0 over a LAN by utilising existing network infrastructure over Cat 5e and is optimised for video matrix switches, classroom setups, command and control or KVM network extension.
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