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#1 OFFLINE   ajiuO

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 12:03 PM

This is kind of a weird question. I have a DECA.. The bigger part that hooks up to my router so that it send my network connection to my hr24 & h25 via coax...

I know theat there is the smaller DECA part that can convert it back from coax to eithernet for older directv recivers... My question

Could I use that for a non directv item... Like a computer for example ?

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 12:11 PM

This is kind of a weird question. I have a DECA.. The bigger part that hooks up to my router so that it send my network connection to my hr24 & h25 via coax...

I know theat there is the smaller DECA part that can convert it back from coax to eithernet for older directv recivers... My question

Could I use that for a non directv item... Like a computer for example ?

A DECA "dongle" doesn't care what it's connecting.
You would need a power supply.
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