Create Coaxial Bridges for Internet and TV

Distribute your Wired or Wireless Internet using inexpensive Coaxial Cable.
Our wi3 (wired, wireless and wideband) products allow you to distribute high-speed internet and TV signals using coaxial cable.

Utilize coaxial cable to send multiple media signals instead of using unshielded twisted pair (UTP) Category 5/6 cables. You can easily create internet coax bridges and distribute your internet signal all over! You can even use the coaxial cable that your cable guy installed as the backbone to make point-to-point or point-to-multi-point connections.

You can instantly create bridges to extend your Internet and Ethernet over the same coaxial cable that already carries TV signals with the patented wi3 Internet Coax Bridges (ICB).

Our ICB are cost-efficient media converters that incorporate Multimedia Over Coax Alliance (MoCA) technology that has been adopted by all the major cable TV providers and by DirecTV. Our MoCA ICB allow you to use coaxial cables typically used for TV RF signals as the backbone for extending high speed internet and WiFi signals throughout your home, motel, hotel, multi-unit apartment or business. The media converters can co-exist with signals that may be present on the coax cable, such as the free Over-the-Air (OTA) TV signals and the "Pay TV" signals from Cable TV (CATV) or DirecTV.

There is no need to install Cat 6 cable to extend the internet or WiFi signals - just use your existing coax cable with the wi3 Internet Coax Bridges and extend ethernet, TV, internet and WiFi, when you connect a WiFi Access Point or to the wi3 ICB with WiFi.

You will save a lot of time and money since there is no need to re-wire your house or business with ethernet Cat 6 cables to deliver internet; simply connect our Wired or Wireless Bridges to your existing coaxial cable and pass both the internet and TV signals over the Coax.

See our products below that enable you to send internet and TV over a single Coax cable. For more information send email to sales@svideo.com