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Some confusion in the comments - this is USB in every room. It sounds like you may want a Pi in every room The System I show works like this: [USB 3.0] [USB 3.0] [USB3.0] | | / Ethernet - Ethernet - Ethernet - [USB 3.0] | | [USB 3.0] [USB 3.0] USB 3.0 in 6 places If you only want USB 2.0, the adapters are only $8 If ...


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To get reliable USB over more than about 15 feet you'll have to use active extenders. I see a 31 foot active USB extension cable online for $15 right now. Good luck pulling the fat end through your walls, though. And it's only USB 2.0. What are you going to do when all your old in-wall USB cables are obsolete and none of your new devices want to work with ...


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I'm not sure how much the separation needs to be. One thing I found says 24" unless things are shielded. If one or the other is shielded by metal conduit then you could use 12". If both are shielded 6". It was all alphabet soup. I could not find a official standard. Data cables, coax, and low voltage in general should not run parallel to mains power. ...



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