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OneSourceTelecom (Vendor) (OP)
18 Oct 11 20:26
Looking to Connect 2 Locations 600' apart. The owner does not want any coax in the underground pipe. Im pulling in 6 Strands of Fiber across and was thinking of using CATV/Fiber converters to acomplish TV signal????
Another guy suggested pulling sheilded CAT5e across and using converters on them????

Any input is good input!!
Thanks!
Helpful Member!  MasterRacker (MIS)
19 Oct 11 10:57
We send a video signal to our local cable provider over fiber via one of these: http://www.emcore.com/fiber_optics/catv_fttx/catv_fttx_products?pid=91  I assume they have a matching receiver on their end.  

There are other possibly suitable products here: http://www.emcore.com/fiber_optics/catv_fttx


 

Jeff
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cwc3 (Vendor)
19 Oct 11 18:24
You should be able to source some media
converters that convert fiber to coax http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pK5p7gBY9M

 

www.thetelephonemanonline.com

cwc3 (Vendor)
19 Oct 11 18:26
very nice link Racker!!

www.thetelephonemanonline.com

mforrence (Vendor)
21 Oct 11 8:14
This is an everyday thing in the cable world.  As indicated earlier, you need a pair of media adapters.  You also generally need singlemode fiber.  
Mike
 

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