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Broadcast & Cable

Since 1995, DEV Systemtechnik is developing RF solutions and products for the broadcast and cable industry worldwide. All our products are designed for operation in multiple frequency bands and impedances to meet the needs of broadcasters and teleports.

The full portfolio for RF over Fiber and coax is used to control RF signal reception and transmission requirements in the broadcast and cable industry worldwide.

RF over Fiber

DEV offers the broadest portfolio for RF optical transmission. The DEV architecture OPTRIBUTION® for RF over Fiber Signal Transmission integrates electrical and optical functions in one device

Matrix Switches

Stronger, smaller and smarter Matrix Switch solutions is what you can expect from DEV. Our matrices allow to switch a number of input signals flexibly to none, one, or multiple output ports. The range comprises Matrices from 1 RU to 12 RU in various configurations.

Redundancy Switches

Maximum system availability and reliability is a MUST for products to be applied in cable and sitcom applications. Our range of Redundancy Switches consists of a series of dedicated 1+1 and m*n+1 protection equipment as well as universal switching solutions.

Bidirectional Switches

Bidirectional Switches are De-/Multiplexer with up to 64 in- or outputs and in addition a common port where one path at a time can be switched. Multiple chassis configurations and a variety of switching functionalities are available.

Splitters & Combiners

RF Distribution Amplifiers, Splitters or Dividers are used to distribute and amplify your RF signal, compensate signal loss and care for redundancy to ensure “no single point of failure”. DEV´s active DEV Combiners are capable to combine up to 32 signals without loss. A passive device combines a signal into 2 or more equal signals without amplification.

Managed Power Supplies

DEV´s Managed Power Supplies are developed to feed e.g. external devices and to deliver power performance which exceed the usual Power Supply Feed e.g. in Cable Network Infrastructures.