Multidyne Gets Into RF Fiber Transport Space
MultiDyne Video & Fiber Optic Systems is entering the RF Fiber transport space with the introduction of its new MultiDyne SatLink SL-2150 Satellite Fiber Optic Link. With the new SatLink SL-2150, satellite dishes can connect with distant control rooms, network operation centers or broadcast head ends.
“MultiDyne is excited to introduce the new SatLink SL-2150 links, offering a compact and economical solution for RF fiber transport,” says Frank Jachetta, Managing Director, MultiDyne. “The introduction of the SatLink SL-2150 signifies entry into the RF fiber transport market for MultiDyne and brings us to the point of providing each and every signal type of transport over fiber for pro-AV and broadcast.”
The SatLink SL-2150 not only offers an alternative to coaxial cabling in teleport earth stations, but it has been designed to provide very low carrier-to-noise ratio and linear performance, resulting in a cost-effective and technically superior installation for the satellite signal user.
MultiDyne products have traditionally been engineered to give industry-leading performance when compared with any other fiber optic links, the company’s SatLink SL-2150 links have ultra wide dynamic range so that auto gain control is not required to cope with changing signal intensity caused by meteorological conditions.
The SatLink SL-2150 offers a range of options to address a variety of installations, such as 75W 5oW impedance with either BNC or F connectors. The standard link utilizes a high performance DFB laser, but for less demanding short haul applications, a lower cost FP laser option is available. The stand-alone unit that may also be rack mounted on the 1RU MultiDyne RMT triple rack mount panel. It is available with ST, LC or FC optical connectors and includes a 5 VDC power supply.