CATV 4 mW RF Optical Transmitter 45-750/862/1003 MHz
The QuestTel's 1310nm - 4mW direct modulated optical transmitter is the most important equipment to construct the CATV HFC network. It mainly used for the long distance optical fiber transmission of TV image signal, digital television signal, telephone voice signal and data (or compressed data) signal's. It converts any incoming RF signal within this band to optical RF and transports all channels and programs over one fiber. This product does use the high-performance DFB laser as the optical source with Automatic Gain Control. The RF drive part adopts RF power digital automatic processing technology and advanced RF pre-distortion circuit, and built-in microcomputer automatic monitoring system, to ensure the excellent performance indicators.
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- Adopt high-performance coaxial/butterfly DFB laser, narrow spectral lines, good
linearity and high output power.
- Supports broadband range 45-750/862/1003 MHz
- The RF drive part adopts the RF power digital automatic processing technology.
Automatic processing the drive level power according to the RF input signal level
and the number of channels (15-84 channels), make the CSO, CTB and C/N index
always at the optimal value to ensure the overall performance.
- Advanced multi-frequency RF pre-distortion technology, combined with the GaAs
device, effectively improve the CATV system most important CTB and CSO
index, C/N index also gets the maximum upgrade.
- Adopt advanced 32 bit processor; coordinate with perfect automatic monitoring
system circuit. It can timely and accurately monitor working status of the laser to
ensure a stable optical output power and effectively extend the working life of the
- Built-in blue screen 160×32 dot matrix LCD monitor on the front panel,
accurately showing all working status parameters.
- Automatic Gain Control (AGC) manages RF level with no adjustment needed
- 19″1U standard rack mount, equipped standard IEEE802.3 10Base-T Ethernet
interface and RS232 interface, can expediently realize network management
- Outputs Industry standard RFoG (RF over Glass)
- Fully support specification GB/T 20030-2005 HFC Network device management system
|RF Optical Transmitter
|Optical output power
|Equivalent Noise Intensity
|< -160 dB/Hz
|>20 dB XP
|< 1 MHz FWHM
|Optical modulation mode
|Direct optical intensity modulation
|Optical connector type
|RF Power Level
|11-29 dBmV AGC Managed
|<± 0.75 45 - 862 MHz
|≥ 51 dB @ 10km fiber
|≥ 65 dB
|≥ 60 dB
|483 (L)×380 (W) ×44 (H) mm
|Power supply voltage
|AC 110V-250V (50Hz)
|0°C ~ 45°C
|-20°C ~ +65°C
|Max 95% no condensation
How RF over Fiber Links Work
Converting RF signals into light, then transporting the optical signal over fiber optic cable, is a complex process which requires a high degree of technical expertise. Incoming RF signals from the antenna or signal source are fed into QuestTel's RF over Fiber Transmitter Module via the 75 Ohm RF connector. The Module contains RF signal conditioning and provides complex impedance matching between 75 Ohm input impedance and the Laser, Laser Control, APC, Monitoring and Alarm electronics. The Transmitter Module utilizes an Intensity Modulation scheme to convert RF signals into light. This modulated light is then transported through an optical fiber to the QuestTel's RF over Fiber Optical Receiver Module. The Receiver Module converts the modulated light back into an RF signal. The recovered RF signal is again complex impedance matched and amplified before it becomes available at the output of the Receiver Module.
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