Ocean Matrix HDMI Coax Extender Transmits Over Existing Coax Infrastructure
Ocean Matrix has launched an HDMI Coax Extender, dubbed the OMX-HDMI-COAX, which is different than most of them out there as it converts HDMI signals to HD digital TV signals using DVB-T CATV transmission mode on existing coaxial infrastructures. Unlike traditional analog CATV signal, this extender uses 64 QAM mode to convert the signal and transmits via coaxial cables for long distances. One-to-multiple or a multiple-to-multiple matrices can easily be created on the same coaxial cable using a CATV splitter.
The Ocean Matrix HDMI COAX Extender already shipping and you can get details here.
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