Top RF over Fiber Link DEV 7233 & DEV 7333
The Top analog 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.
link provides variable Tx and Rx gain, slope compensation, and very high linearity paired with low and high input signal handling with optical budgets up to 20 dBdB is a logarithmic unit used to describe a ratio, here usually of power. (recommended). Equipped with continuous optical modulation index optimization it is ideally suited for extended L-BandL-Band stands for the frequency range 950...2150 MHz.
over Fiber signal transmission for very long distance including CWDM"Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) combines multiple wavelengths, up to 16,
(multiple signals) on a single fiber optic cable."
applications for remote plant connections and for applications requiring high input sensitivity. Via RF SensingRF Sensing measures the accumulated RF power over the entire bandwidth. This value is a quality indication to either just send an alarm to a M&C System or to perform a redundancy switching fully autonomously.
the transmit and the receive module provide continuous RF Signal Status Monitoring on both ends of the transmission chain. LNB PowerLNB Power is the voltage and current to be fed to a LNB to operate the LNB and potential Line Amplifiers.
ing including current monitoring is integrated in the transmit module. To obtain a quick overview about the system status LEDs at the modules enable a direct visual check and the RF Monitor Port enables straightforward and continuous signal monitoring. Integrated push buttons are available for local gain control and for LNB PowerLNB Power is the voltage and current to be fed to a LNB to operate the LNB and potential Line Amplifiers.
ing. Various electrical and optical connectors are offered to cover all customer requirements. The hot-swappable modules fit into all indoor and outdoor 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.
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The most commonly used 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.
system configurations are described by DEV's 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.
Solution Leaflets. Further chassis configurations are standardly available.
Top RF over Fiber Link DEV 7233 & DEV 7333
Features

  • Recommended 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. Links with optical Losses up to 20 dBdB is a logarithmic unit used to describe a ratio, here usually of power.
  • Adjustable Rx and Tx GainGain is defined as the ratio of the output power to the input power in dB. If a device provides gain the input signal will be amplified (gained) and thereof the output signal amplitude is typically higher than the one of the incoming signal.
  • Continuous Optical Modulation Index Optimization
  • RF SensingRF Sensing measures the accumulated RF power over the entire bandwidth. This value is a quality indication to either just send an alarm to a M&C System or to perform a redundancy switching fully autonomously. with Status LED
  • LNB PowerLNB Power is the voltage and current to be fed to a LNB to operate the LNB and potential Line Amplifiers. ing with Current Monitoring and Status LED
  • Push Buttons for GainGain is defined as the ratio of the output power to the input power in dB. If a device provides gain the input signal will be amplified (gained) and thereof the output signal amplitude is typically higher than the one of the incoming signal. Control and LNB PowerLNB Power is the voltage and current to be fed to a LNB to operate the LNB and potential Line Amplifiers.
  • RF Monitor Ports
  • 9 CWDM"Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) combines multiple wavelengths, up to 16, (multiple signals) on a single fiber optic cable." WavelengthWavelength is the distance between identical points in the adjacent cycles of a waveform signal propagated in space or along a wire. Can be calculated as Lambda λ = v / ƒ, were v is velocity and f is frequency. s
  • Optical Connector 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

  • Compared with Coax Cabling RF optical Transmission allows increased Signal Quality
  • No Frequency dependent Loss eliminates the Necessity for Slope Compensation
  • With integrated LNB PowerLNB Power is the voltage and current to be fed to a LNB to operate the LNB and potential Line Amplifiers. ing no Need for additional Equipment
  • Advanced local Operation by integrated Monitoring PortA Monitoring Port is an additional RF port providing the same or less signal level as e.g. at the appropriated in- or output. s, Push Buttons, and LEDs
  • Applicable for long Distances with continuous Optical Modulation Index Optimization
  • CWDM"Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) combines multiple wavelengths, up to 16, (multiple signals) on a single fiber optic cable." capability allows multiple signal transmission over a single fiber (dark fiber)
  • Receiver compatible with Optical LNBA Low-Noise Block down converter (LNB) is the receiving device mounted on satellite dishes used for satellite TV reception, which collects the micro waves from the dish. It receives the microwave signal from the satellite collected by the dish, amplifies it, down converts the block of frequencies to a lower block of intermediate frequencies typically L-Band. , Dual Fiber Output Ku-band PLL LNBA Low-Noise Block down converter (LNB) is the receiving device mounted on satellite dishes used for satellite TV reception, which collects the micro waves from the dish. It receives the microwave signal from the satellite collected by the dish, amplifies it, down converts the block of frequencies to a lower block of intermediate frequencies typically L-Band. , from Swedish Microwave