Optical DWDM-Multiplexers
DEV 7658
Optical MultiplexMultiplex MPEG transport stream (MPEG-TS, MTS or TS) is a standard container format for transmission and storage of audio, video, and Program and System Information Protocol (PSIP) data. It is used in broadcast systems such as DVB, ATSC and IPTV.er Modules are employed to establish DWDM"Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) combines multiple wavelengths, up to 80,
(multiple signals) on a single fiber optic cable."
RF optical transmission systems on the 100GHz wavelength grid. The 8 channel DWDM"Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) combines multiple wavelengths, up to 80,
(multiple signals) on a single fiber optic cable."
multiplexer modules are equipped with an optical extension port and provide very low loss and a high adjacent channel isolation. The hot-swappable modules fit into indoor chassis of the RF over FiberRF over Fiber solutions convert analog RF signals into optical which are then transmitted over optical fibers and converted back to RF at various frequency bands.
Optribution series.
Features

  • Bidirectional De-/MultiplexerBidirectional RF switch that can select one of many ports to a single common port or a single port to one of many ports. s for 8 DWDM"Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) combines multiple wavelengths, up to 80, (multiple signals) on a single fiber optic cable." channels per module
  • Optical Extension Ports
  • Low optical Insertion Loss
  • High adjacent Channel Isolation
  • Optical Connector common Port Type SC/APCThe SC/APC Connector is an optical connector 8° angled originally developed by a NTT using a push-pull mechanism. , FC/APCThe FC/APC Connector is an optical connector 8° angled originally developed by a NTT using a screw connection. This connector is often used in military application. or E2000 HRLThe E2000 HRL Connector is an optical connector 8° angled originally developed by a Swiss company Diamond using a push-pull mechanism. A special feature of the connector is its self-opening protective cap, which minimizes the risk of contamination of the optical facet and eliminates the need for a separate protective cap.
Benefits

  • Deployable in indoor chassis of the RF over FiberRF over Fiber solutions convert analog RF signals into optical which are then transmitted over optical fibers and converted back to RF at various frequency bands. Optribution series
  • Concatenating several modules for RF over FiberRF over Fiber solutions convert analog RF signals into optical which are then transmitted over optical fibers and converted back to RF at various frequency bands. systems with up to 48 channels
  • Applicable in DWDM"Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) combines multiple wavelengths, up to 80, (multiple signals) on a single fiber optic cable." RF optical transmission systems
  • Allowing Bidirectional Signal transmission