Keith Andrews partnered with William Hang, Harold Roberts, Kalen Kimm and Nelvid Vidal to create IEEE 802.11 over coaxial cable extender system. This wireless extender provided a mechanism to distribute IEEE 802.11 RF signals over standard coaxial cables that are already installed in most homes.
In 2005, AuraOne Systems released the wireless extender systems under the name AuraGrid. AuraGrid extended wireless networks through a home's existing coaxial cable infrastructure. AuraGrid Antennas could be placed on cable outlets throughout the home to extend the wireless signal and get around dead spots. AuraGrid was distributed through reseller partners including ASI, Smarthome, Amazon and Fry's Electronics.