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TRENDnet TPA-311 Mid-Band Coaxial Network Adapter Up to 256Mbps (PHY Rate) Up to 193Mbps (Throughput)

  • Compatible with most Triple Play deployment solutions
  • High Speed building-wide networking from any coaxial cable outlet
  • Compliant with ITU-TG.9954 and HPNA 3.1
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The Mid-Band Coaxial Network Adapter (TPA-311) uses existing coaxial cables to extend a high speed building-wide Triple Play network throughout the home or office.

The mid-frequency adapter is designed to support deployment for digital TV, high speed Internet and VoIP single-access subscription service offerings.

Compliant with ITU-T G.9954 and Home Phoneline Networking Alliance (HPNA) 3.1 standards. Robust Quality of Service technology delivers consistent voice and video bandwidth. Functions with complex phone line network topologies and compatible with Microsoft IPTV software. TRENDnet provides full support for client product testing and validation.


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Model

Brand
TRENDnet
Model
TPA-311

Details

Type
Cable Modem
Interface
2x RJ-45 Fast Ethernet LAN
Cable Interface
1x HomePNA Coax: F-Type Female coaxial connector
1x TV coaxial: F-Type Female coaxial connecter
Standards
HomePNA 3.1 over coaxial cable
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u
ITU-T G.9954
Max Transmission Rate
Up to 256Mbps (PHY Rate)
Up to 193Mbps (Throughput)

Features

Features
Flash Memory: 1024Kb

Max Attenuator: 60dB @ 64Mbps

Baseband: 12-44MHz

Point to Multipoint:
10 clients per band (CG3210 Environment)
8 client per band (Mix: CG3210, CG3110, CG3010)

Quality of Service: 802.1p priority queue, TOS, Tag VLAN pass through, Guaranteed QoS on HomePNA 3.1 parameterized QoS

Power Consumption: 4.5w (max)

Diagnostic LED: Power, HomePNA, Ethernet

Power Adapter: Output: 7.5V, 1A

Dimension: 118.47 x 82.13 x 30 mm (4.664 x 3.233 x 1.18 in)

Weight: 0.14kg (5 oz)

The Mid-Band Coaxial Network Adapter (TPA-311) uses existing coaxial cables to extend a high speed building-wide Triple Play network throughout the home or office.

The mid-frequency adapter is designed to support deployment for digital TV, high speed Internet and VoIP single-access subscription service offerings.

Compliant with ITU-T G.9954 and Home Phoneline Networking Alliance (HPNA) 3.1 standards. Robust Quality of Service technology delivers consistent voice and video bandwidth. Functions with complex phone line network topologies and compatible with Microsoft IPTV software. TRENDnet provides full support for client product testing and validation.

Package Contents

Package Contents
TPA-311
Multi-Language Quick Installation Guide
Power Adapter (7.5v, 1A)

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  • Robert K.
  • 6/10/2015 4:59:33 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks nicely with TiVo Mini

Pros: Small, light, and works to extend a 100 mbit network connection over my existing coax.

Syncing up between the two units was instantaneous, and the lights on the front clearly show when you have proper connections.

See 'other thoughts'.

Cons: None significant that I can see right now, system has only been deployed for a day.

Oh, yeah, there was absolutely NO documentation of ANY sort in the boxes (I bought a pair), but the hookup was very obvious. The Trendnet site does have a brief PDF if you need it.

Other Thoughts: I'm using this to extend a LAN connection from one part of my house to another over coax. There is nothing else on the coax (no cable, satellite, etc.). It just happened to be there from an old installation, and I was in no mood to pull CAT5E/6.

The coax is about 100 feet of at least 35 year old low grade RG-59 most of which has been outside for all that time, and somewhere in the middle there is a 35 year old low end splitter that's been outside in the weather all this time as well. Additionally, there are at least two coax barrels/couplers somewhere in line as well, so really the worst possible scenario for getting a decent signal.

Nonetheless, I hooked one of these to one end and one to the other, and my TiVo Mini, which is VERY fussy about a clean LAN connection because it's streaming full HD video from another TiVo, works perfectly. I was pleasantly surprised.

Note that I have NO idea how well this would work if there were other signals like cable or satellite on the coax as well.

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/7/2013 12:02:44 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs Works well with ATT Uverse

Pros: If you have a duplexer thar has "VDSL", "Combined", and "HPNA", this will work on the HPNA spot

Cons: A bit pricy. They have no competition. :(

Other Thoughts: Works well for me.

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  • Nathaniel K.
  • 7/20/2013 6:59:13 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsRespectable speed, long range

Pros: Long range, easy setup, respectable speed, minimal latency, excellent stability.

Cons: Price is a bit high, speed limited by the 10/100 ethernet ports, lack of documentation.

Other Thoughts: I got two of these to run a long outdoor network. I unboxed them, and finding no documentation, started googling around. Unfortunately, there simply is no documentation (apart from a sparse datasheet), but thankfully they work without too much trouble. They basically act as a bridge, anything that goes in one side comes out the other. The actual data rate is better than the 10/100 ports on the device, so each device has two ethernet ports. Basically, each ethernet port is connected to the coax line, and to the other port. The intended purpose is probably for two computers to connect to one device. However, in a pinch, you can even use it as a two port hub. I used these to run a network of about a kilometer. I used brand new RG-6 cable, with only a TPA-311 at each end. Even at that distance, the performance was still as good as or better than 100mbit ethernet, and there was no discernable latency.
I don't know how these perform when run on the same cable as various other signals, but they work great for long wired networks. In my case, the 1km run was entirely outdoors, so if you get direct burial RG-6, it'll be far easier than going with fiber. Also, if you're willing to plunk down the money, you could probably get even better range using good RG-11 cable. I don't think these will handle interconnecting busy networks very well, but for getting internet access through an industrial or agricultural complex where wireless is not an option, they work great.

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  • Justin R.
  • 5/13/2013 10:09:46 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks great with Uverse!

Pros: Works great, using it as a HomePNA adapter to get a connection on the other end of the house. Only two devices on the network, the AT&T Uverse Gateway, and this guy. Havent conducted a device-to-device speed test, but it for sure is able to max out my 12Mb/s internet connection, which is all I really need.

Was very easy to install, plugged everything in and it just worked. Doesnt get much easier than that.

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: Its nice that they give you two ethernet ports on the device. For me, that enough to not need a hub, which is awesome. Same thing with the coax-to-tv connection.

Works great with Uverse internet.

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  • Clint S.
  • 4/18/2013 8:48:30 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat HPNA Media Converter

Pros: Offers two ethernet ports. Works well with Mediaroom based IPTV such as AT&T Uverse. No setup required and runs the latest 1.9.4 Firmware.

Cons: None that I can find.

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  • Steven S.
  • 2/20/2013 9:43:30 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsWill Not Play Well with Digital Cable TV

Pros: When these adapters are placed between coax cable without any other sharing i.e. cable TV, the adapters run very well. I was getting the full 100 mbps signal over 200 feet away. These are mid-band adapters that run in the same frequency as digital cable and will not work when cable is installed with the adapters. If you isolate the coax lines and only run the adapters, you will get excellent service. When setup this way however, the coax does not distribute any cable tv or phone service.

Cons: The units interfere with shared digital cable TV on the same coax and reduce the connection to under 1 mbps. These are designed to share the coax with Satelight TV. They will not work well with digital cable.

Other Thoughts: I had to return these units and once again, newegg's customer service was superb. Thank you for continued support.

Manufacturer Response:

Valued customer,

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused you. Please e-mail us at sales@trendnet.com, reference "New Egg Product Review" in the subject line and someone will contact you in a timely manner to resolve your issue. We look forward to restoring your faith in TRENDnet products.

Regards,

TRENDnet Sales Support

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