[Cerowrt-devel] USB3 or HDMI ethernet? - Are wires dead?
Luis E. Garcia
luis at bitamins.net
Mon Apr 18 12:14:32 EDT 2016
I agree with Michael - wired Ethernet is very stable compared with
In crowed places where everyone has a WiFi router - the WiFi will
experience random drops.
There is the inconvenient of cabling the place up - but the stability is
very much worth it - but I've using PowerLine adapters to ease my way
through for a couple of years now and they've always proven more reliable
than WiFi - but they do tend to have a bandwidth cap.
Let´s agree to disagree.
On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 9:08 AM, Michael Richardson <mcr at sandelman.ca>
> Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> > But it asks a question - if basic wifi-only + compute has fallen so
> > low, is ethernet dead? Every TV I've seen has both ethernet and
> wifi, I
> > have no idea what percentage of real users are setting up ethernet vs
> > wifi on them. (anyone?)
> Ethernet is not dead for the reasons that wifi is bloated.
> I know when my neighbours are watching their wifi "FIBE TV", because my
> tends to die. (I think they do 802.11g without backoff to 802.11b)
> *My* "TV" (Wii, OUYA) are on wires for this reason.
> I consider jamming their AP... I suspect that apartment dwellers will begin
> to learn to use the wire.
> > What I sort of hope for is that your TV could become part of the
> > routing infrastructure in the house - *wired* - so you could attach
> > more devices to it that wouldn't need their own connections...
> I agree, it would be nice: the TV is big enough to put a pretty decent
> antenna inside, and it's in the place where the people and devices are.
> I personally didn't understand why TiVo didn't buy Skype ten years ago.
> had simultaneous MP4 encode and decode and network; all it needed was a USB
> camera on top of the TV, and it's a video phone.
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