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It is my guess that there is only a minority of customers who have an ideal antenna location and who do get away with only a short length of precious lowest loss coax cable.I think the majority of customers are depending on compromising,most favourable antenna-site versa reasonable length of downline.USB might be popular and simple but cannot be first choice, but USB, or USB with extenders and their variations are not at all failsafe.I consider Ethernet connection more reliable than USB, especially when one has the box close to the antennaand long downlead to PC-System. Very annoying when returning to an otherwise unattended system, only to find that USB has dropped hours before.Aurora EurotechPlease do not omit an Ethernet connectionKlaus
... and give us a choice of TCP or UDP (the Xport can)Thanks
However, I fully understand that Ethernet is important and this is why we are developing a Ethernet to USB adapter which will allow customers to easily upgrade their receivers.