|Date and Time
|Learn how RF Over Fiber is used to extend Audio and Video coverage in buildings, stadiums, and concert halls beyond the limits of coax
|Learn how one GPS drop can be extended into one or many other locations using 1:1 or 1:N GPS Over Fiber configurations
|ODL – Basics
|Learn how we calculate optical budget, RF budget, spool sizes and quantities in designing an Optical Delay Line. Learn why dispersion control, automatic gain control, and delay repeatability are important
|ODL – Design
|Learn the options in designing a standalone ODL.
Learn Pro’s and con’s of Standalone vs Integrated ODL
Demonstration of RFOptic Programmable RFoF Solutions:
RFOptic’s Programmable RF Over Fiber solutions introduced. The modules have embedded LNA (Low Noise Amplifier) and Attenuators. Through the GUI the user can turn on and off the LNA and modify the attenuation levels thus adjusting the system link gain (S21), Noise Figure (NF) or P1dB Compression point.
RFOptic Multi-link RF over Fiber Solutions:
RFOptic’s multi-link solution comprises of up to 4 links. The 1RU enclosure can hold up to 4 Tx or Rx modules. All modules can be programmed from the same USB connection.
Tx and Rx modules can be 2.5GHz, 3GHz, 6 GHz or GPS
In a typical deployment all 4 Rx modules are housed in the Rack mountable enclosure in the data center and Tx modules are housed by the antennas on IP-65 weatherized enclosures.
RFOptic's 18 GHz RFoF Bi-directional Link Setup:
This video shows how to connect to each other outdoor radial connectors that are on the tactical fiber and the IP-65 RFoF Box.
This is a bi-directional 18 GHz RFoF link where the antenna site Tx and Rx units are enclosed in an IP-65 outdoor box and the central site Tx and Rx modules are housed in a 1U Rack Mountable shelf. Both sides are connected using tactical fiber that has multiple starnds.