DKT IP Link over Coax (IPLoC) push

DKT IP Link over Coax (IPLoC) push-on module
IPLoC Top level description
The IPLoC from DKT allows for retrofitting Ethernet connectivity over existing coaxial infrastructures.
This is by using MoCA technology. The method to utilize existing infrastructure is by simply inserting an
IPLoC device near the router and another IPLoC device near smart TVs. By using a simple self-installable
methodology, customers can themselves upgrade their existing in-house coaxial infrastructure.
The 47500 IPLoC D2-POM models without WiFi can be combined a number of 47501 IPLoC D2-POM-n with
WiFi, and and the amount of avalible WiFi accesspoints throughout the home can be expanded without
the need for new visible wirering.
Product specifications:
Common data for 47500 IPLoC-D2-POM and 47501 IPLoC-D2-POM-n
Standard:
IEEE802.3az , 802.1p , MoCA 2.0
Transmission PHY rate:
Up to 400 Mbps PHY rate
LAN port data rate
Typ: >156Mbps (50dB att.) >(TCP/IP)
Typ: >166Mbps (50dB att.) >(UDP)
Up to 70dB attenuation with stable link achievable
Frequency band:
CATV frequency: 5MHz~1002MHz Insertion loss : 3dB(Max.)
Return loss:
8dB(Min.)
MoCA D-Band: 1125~1675MHz(Total 11 channel)
Insertion loss: 3dB(Max.)
Return loss:
8dB(Min.)
Nodes:
Up to 16 devices, mesh network
Interface:
10/100/1000 Mbps:
Wall outlet Radio:
Wall outlet:
Output TV:
Button:
1pcs, Reset/Reset to Default
Temperature:
0~40°C(Working) / -5~65°C (Storage)
Communication distance:
100m (max.), cable between root node and outlet (RG-59)
OS:
Supports Windows OS , Linux OS, MAC OS
Power supply:
100~240VAC , 50/60Hz Input 5VDC +/-5% , 1A Output
Power saving mode:
ErP Level-V(lot 6)
Dimensions:
95x50x27 mm
Ethernet port(RJ-45) x 1
Male IEC (Plastic/non-functional)
Female IEC
Male IEC
Model specifik data for 47500 IPLoC D2-POM
3pcs, Power (power on: green)/ MoCA (green link)/ Ethernet
LEDs:
(link green, activity blinking)
Power consumption:
2.5W (max), 1.3W (typ)
Model specifik data for 47501 IPLoC D2-POM-n
4pcs, WiFi (green when ready, blinking if IP address are
LEDs:
unassigned)/Power (power on: green)/ MoCA (green link)/
Ethernet (link green, activity blinking)
Power consumption:
<7W (max), 4.2W (typ)
IEEE802.11B/G/N transmission up to 150MBPs
64/128/152 WEP
Wireless security
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK,WPA/WPA2
Operating frequency range 2412 MHz-2484MHz(channel 1 - channel 14)
Wireless protocol
Transmission power
Maximum concurent users
802.11n 17±1dBm, 802.11g 17±1dBm, 802.11b 19±1dBm
802.11b <-76dBm;802.11g <-65dBm
802.11n(20M) <-62dBm;802.11n(40M) <-55dBm
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Router modes
AP, Client, Bridge mode
Operating system
DKT Open WRT (flexible platform)
Receiver sensitivity
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DKT IP Link over Coax (IPLoC) push-on module
Push-On-IPLoC
The Push-On-IPLoC is the most universal component to enable IP services over existing coaxial
infrastructures.
The standard outlet across Europe has architecture with one dedicated TV and one Radio port. This is
based on IEC adapters separated by 30mm and sometimes supplemented with a dedicated DOCSIS data
port (commonly known as the Multimedia port). The Push-On-IPLoC enables the consumer to remove the
connectors from the wall outlet, insert the Push-On-IPLoC and inject IPTV, Internet and telephony (IP traffic
in general) services into the existing Cable-TV (DVB-C/T) distribution coaxial network.
Near router (far end to the TV set):
The PDS cable from an available RJ-45 port is simply connected to the RJ-45 port on an IPLoC device. The
IPLoC device is inserted into the TV outlet closest to the router. IP services are enabled throughout the
coaxial distribution network in the home.
Near the TV / Set-top-box / other IP clients (near end to the TV set):
Simply plug the Push-On-IPLoC into the TV’s wall outlet and connect the power. The device auto-negotiates
with the other IPLoC devices and establishes an optimized point-to-multipoint network.
Optional WLAN:
A WLAN enabled IPLoC device allows the wireless network in the home to be expanded with new wireless
network coverage areas. The philosophy is that multiple smaller WLAN cells will provide better home
coverage than a single large cell. The WLAN cells from the WLAN-enabled IPLoC devices will supplement the
WLAN cell from the primary wireless router. Connection to devices is established with minimum effort by
pressing the Wireless Protected setup button.
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