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J-Type Medallion 6000 Series 1550 nm Fiber Optic Transmitter

This J-Type Medallion 6000 series is a family of state-of-the-art high-performance 1550 nm externally modulated CATV fiber optic transmitters optimized for varying network applications. Packaged in convenient 1RU housing, this line of optical transmitters couples high optical output powers, up to 10.0 dBm, with low optical line width resulting in unmatched performance. The optical modulator, combined with proprietary pre-distortion circuitry, provides superior CTB and CSO performance with SBS suppression levels of greater than 17 dBm for SAT-IF applications.

Advanced features such as built in field adjustable SBS control allow these transmitters to be quickly optimized in the field for any link or application without the need to procure specifically tuned transmitters.

The J-Type series are designed as a high performance solution for applications where the simultaneous transport of CATV and SAT-IF FM signals is required. The SAT-IF signals can be applied anywhere in the 950 to 2800 MHz band.

J-Type transmitters are specially designed and optimized to support optical fiber links of up to 150 km for the Japanese market place and other markets with similar requirements.

MODEL FREQUENCY DESCRIPTION
J-Type 6000 Series CATV Frequency 45 MHz – 1003 MHz 1550 nm Externally Modulated CATV Transmitter
J-Type 6000 Series SAT-IF Frequency 950 MHz – 2800 MHz 1550 nm Externally Modulated CATV Transmitter

Features

  • Single or dual optical outputs
  • QAM Loading to 1003 MHz
  • Dual power supplies, redundant & hot swappable
  • Front panel RF test point
  • Vacuum fluorescent status display
  • OMI/RF gain adjustment
  • AGC select: CW, video, manual (No AGC)
  • Industry-leading field adjustable SBS suppression

APPLICATIONS

  • High-performance supertrunking links
  • High power distribution networks
  • Redundant ring architectures
  • FTTx networks
  • RFOG applications
  • SAT-IF Transport
  • DWDM node splitting