Patented Internet Coax Bridge (ICB) WiFi Access Point (AP) with four 1-Gigabit ethernet ports. The WiP7500 is a bi-directional media converter that can be connected with coax cable to other wired ICB or ICB with WiFi AP and to your internet and cable TV provider.
The WiP7500 WiFi Access Point has the same functionality as the WiP7001 Internet Coax Bridge
but adds WiFi and four 1-Gigabit Ports.Typical Installation of WiP7500 Internet Coax Bridge (ICB) WiFi Access Point
The example below illustrates the distribution of WiFi signals and TV signals over coax cable using the WiP7500 connected to the CATV service coax cable and cable modem/router. The Ethernet+TV Coax port from the WiP7500 is then connected with coax to our Amplifier that effectively creates bi-directional "Internet Coax Bridges" to other WiP7500. The ethernet signal from the second WiP7500 is connected to a Smart TV and the "TV" RF signal. The WiP7500 WiFi Access Point delivers the WiFi signal to other rooms and has four 1-Gigabit ports to pass the ethernet signal to other ethernet devices. In the example below you can substitute the WiP7500 with the WiP7001 wired ICB for those areas that you do not need a WiFi Access Point.
This WiFi Access Point broadcasts a strong WiFi signal and can connect to other ethernet devices through the four ethernet ports. This ICB is compatible with Cable TV (CATV) and Over-the-Air (OTA) TV Broadcast channels for sending both the ethernet and TV signals over the coax cable that is already installed in your home or building.Typical Installation for CATV
The illustration below shows that you can mix the wired ICB (WiP7001) and WiFi ICB (WiP7500) together to distribute the ethernet, internet, WiFi and CATV channels over coax cable.
Typical IPTV Installation of WiP7001 and WiP7500 WiFi AP
The example below illustrates the installation of the WiP7001 and the WiP7500 WiFi Access Point (AP). In this example the ethernet signal from an Optical Network Terminal (ONT) is connected to the ethernet port of the first WiP7001p. The Ethernet+TV Coax port from the Wip7001 is then connected via coax to a wi3 Coax Splitter and it creates a bridge to other WiP7001 and WiP7500 WiFi Access Points. The ethernet signal from the second WiP7001 is connected to a Smart TV and the other to set-top boxes for the IPTV signals. The WiP7500 WiFi Access Point delivers the WiFi signal to other rooms and has four 1-Gigabit ports to pass the ethernet signal to other ethernet devices.
This ICB and WiFi Access Point can also be used to extend the internet from your source to other rooms in the house or building that are getting a weak WiFi signal.