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AVPro Edge specializes in full bandwidth audio/video distribution, working alongside HDMI, HDBaseT and HDCP, we pride ourselves on developing uniquely engineered solutions for today’s integrator.

Model: AC-MXNET-1G-D-TAA

This is the TAA Compliant of the MXNet Decoder/Receiver device is where the signal arrives. Connect this to any HDMI display device, and it will decode and receive the incoming audio/video signal chan
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Where to Use USB Extension Cables
Posted on Monday, January 10, 2022
Where to Use USB Extension Cables

Jan. 10, 2022 - Over the last few years, developments in digital communication have been a significant focus; in turn, technology is advancing. Better picture and audio quality for these remote communication methods require larger data rates. Is your current cabling infrastructure ready for this?

Well, the good part is that USB can play nicely with any cable; you just might not be getting the best quality. So as a professional integrator, you need to be the expert that delivers quality solutions that are better than your competitor. That’s where Bullet Train USB Extension Cables come into play. 

Bullet Train has developed solutions built for today’s high data rates. We do this by using the USB 3.0 functionality of the latest USB Cameras and microphones on the market. Let’s look at a common scenario where a USB Extension cable can make all the difference. 

Situation 1: You are asked to install a USB Camera in a conference room for remote communications over Zoom/Teams. The conference room has a codec that controls the meeting happening in the space. To place the camera where you want, you have to extend the USB cable - the one the camera comes with is only 6 feet long. 

Solution: You source a standard USB extension cable 

Outcome: Your new camera can capture in HD or even 4K, but when it’s sending USB protocol data, it notices that the cable used can only handle USB 2.0 signaling. It compresses your camera’s signal, in turn delivering a sub-par image and not utilizing the camera’s full capabilities. Your client can use the room, but image quality is low, and communication is hampered. 

Situation 2: Same Situation; You are asked to install a USB Camera in a conference room for remote communications over Zoom/Teams. The conference room has a codec that controls the meeting happening in the space. To place the camera where you want, you have to extend the USB cable - the one the camera comes with is only 6 feet long. 

Solution: You source a Bullet Train USB 3.0 extension cable

Outcome: Your new camera can capture in HD or even 4K. You can send the full USB 3.0 signal with higher frame rates and higher resolutions with the fiber optic connection. Still, most importantly, you can communicate effectively with the party located on the other end. 

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