MODULO HFC Optical Downstream Transmitter | DEV 3501

The MODULO Optical Downstream Transmitter DEV 3501 is an active module within the MODULO HFC product portfolio to be used in a MODULO Frame. It meets the needs of the upcoming necessities in HFC Headends as it provides high linearity, electronically adjustable gain. The Optical Downstream Transmitter supports 1310 nm and is available with 7, 10, and 13 dBm optical output power. All active MODULO modules fully support DOCSIS3.1 regarding Frequency Range, Noise Immunity & Radiated Disturbance.

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Description

The MODULO Optical Downstream Transmitter DEV 3501 is an active module within the MODULO HFC product portfolio to be used in a MODULO Frame. It meets the needs of the upcoming necessities in HFC Headends as it provides high linearity, electronically adjustable gain. The Optical Downstream Transmitter supports 1310 nm and is available with 7, 10, and 13 dBm optical output power. All active MODULO modules fully support DOCSIS3.1 regarding Frequency Range, Noise Immunity & Radiated Disturbance.

  • Space saving installation; up to 18 modules in 5 RU
  • Future proof as it fully supports DOCSIS3.1
  • Broadcast and Narrowcast signals can be combined and transmitted over Glass with only one module
  • Monitor Port (20 dB tap built with a directional coupler) allows easy access to analyze the signal quality

Additional information

Connectors

F, E2000/HRL, SC/APC, FC/APC

Available Features

Variable Gain

Frequency Range

CATV-Band (UHF/VHF), Optical

Optical Wavelength

1310 nm

Indoor/Outdoor Usage

Indoor

Features

  • Module 2.5 RU; 2 Slots
  • Two RF Input Ports (Combiner) at the Rear
  • RF Monitor Port at the Front
  • Optical Output Connector at the Front (SC/APC, optional FC/APC or E2000/HRL)
  • 7, 10, or 13 dBm optical Output Power
  • Adjustable MGC and AGC for an optimized OMI
  • Noise Immunity & Radiated Disturbance in accordance to EN 50083-2

Available Options

  • Optical Connector Options

Downloads

Datasheet | DEV 3501