AuraGrid WiFi-over-cable extender

Evan Blass
E. Blass|01.08.06

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Evan Blass
January 8th, 2006
In this article: CES
AuraGrid WiFi-over-cable extender
We've been waiting for this product ever since WiFi signals began flowing through the Mansion several years ago. The AuraGrid is a two part system which pumps your Internet connection from the router through your home's existing coax cable infrastructure and terminates in an antenna that eliminates those pesky dead spots in your WLAN coverage. Simply unscrew your router's antenna, attach the port to a cable jack, and any other room with a cable jack can get all WiFied up. The only caveat here is that homes with satellite TV cannot use this system on the same coax wiring grid. Still, if you have cable or satellite with a separate cable infrastructure, this could be the best way yet to make your wireless connection useful beyond the 20 feet radius of your home office
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