Search Results

Digital Fiber DAS

Benefits:
* Channelized solution
* Far End communication preservation
* Wide dynamic range
* Greater fiber distances
* Gain adjustment per filter
* No degradation of the BTS uplink sensitivity
* Built in spectrum analyzer
* AGC per channel and per time slot
* Phase control and Simulcast capability
* Built in redundancy
* No fiber-environment noise transported to RF
* Remote control capability
* Reduced inventory items
* NFPA compliant
* OTA Ready

read more

High Power Coaxial Splitters • 136-2700 MHz

Product features
* Splitters designed in a coaxial configuration
* Two, three and four output ports models available
* N and DIN 7/16 type connectors as standard, other types available upon request
* Power handling capability up to 500W (CW)

read more

RF Directional Couplers • 380-2700 MHz

Product features
* Passive devices designed to provide unequal power distribution to the output ports
* Low VSWR value in all ports
* Low incidental insertion loss
* Standard coupling values are 6dB, 10dB, 15dB, 20dB and 30dB, other power ratios available upon request
* Direct input power up to 200W

read more

RF Loads / Terminations • 1-1000 MHz

Fiplex LD Series of RF Loads / Terminations are passive devices designed in a coaxial configuration. Nominal impedance is 50 ohms, with 1.10:1 max VSWR over the 1-1000MHz range…

read more

VHF and UHF Receiver Multicouplers

Product features
* A single stage low noise preamplifier ensures flat gain through all the band
* High compression point
* Low I.M. generation
* Standard models outputs are 4, 8, 16 and 24. Other outputs number and input preselector bandwidth are available upon request
* 220/110 VAC power supply, optional power supplies available upon request
* Optional SNMP remote control and monitoring

read more

Broadband Low Power Splitters / Combiners • 50-960MHz

Fiplex DRS Series of low power splitters / combiners are broadband passive devices designed in a Wilkinson configuration. These broadband devices provide balanced power distribution in the 50 to 960 MHz range…

read more