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Copper Gigabit Ethernet Bypass Switch & Network Tap.
Model No. DBPS-4005

Dualcomm copper GbE bypass switch (Model No. DBPS-4005) is designed to prevent link failure when being used with an IPS device. It is additionally provided with a dedicated monitor port for capturing the main traffic by an external monitoring device

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Dual-Mode Copper & Fiber Gigabit Regeneration Network Tap
Model No. ETAP-2306

Dualcomm Dual-Mode Gigabit Copper/Fiber Regeneration Network Tap (Model No. ETAP-2306) implements both a GbE copper regeneration tap and a GbE fiber regeneration tap in a single portable device, a first of its kind in the industry.

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1U Rack-Mount Two-Station GbE Copper-to-Copper/Fiber Regeneration Network Tap. Model No. mTAP-6215

A first of its kind in the industry, Dualcomm rack-mountable Network Tap (mTAP-6215) includes two GbE copper-to-copper/fiber Ethernet regeneration Tap modules. Each Tap module supports failsafe bypass and provides both a pair of non-aggregational monitor ports and two aggregational monitor ports, one of the aggregational monitor port is a SFP fiber port.

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10/100Base-T Ethernet-over-Coax Adapter Kit
Model No. DECA-100

10/100Base-T Ethernet-over-Coax (EoC) adapter Kit (Model No. DECA-100) is a first product of Dualcomm's EoC solution built on the company's patent pending inventions. DECA-100 Kit includes two EoC adapters which enables full-duplex transmission of 10Base-T or 100Base-TX Ethernet signals over a coaxial cable for up to 240 meters (800 feet).  

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WiFi-over-Coax Extender Kit
Model No. DWOC-5141

WiFi-over-Coax (WoC) Extender Kit (Model No. DWOC-5141) enables a Distributed Antena System (DAS) for transmitting WiFi RF signals over shared CATV coaxial cables inside a building such as large homes, hotels and apartment complexes. Transmission of WiFi RF signals over coax cables enjoys lower signal attenuations and avoids otherwise the multi-path interference and signal strength degradation by walls and other objects inside a building seen by WiFi over the air, and therfore provides much better WiFi signal coverage range and more robust connection speed with lower RF radiations to human bodies and the environment.   

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