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Better signal with fewer devices.

DEV's full Optribution range will be at CABSAT 2012

DEV Systemtechnik, German-based producer of high-performance products and systems for the optical and electrical transmission of Radio Frequency (RF) signals will feature its Optribution range at this year's CABSAT.

According to the company, the product line ensures the best possible optical transmission and distribution of RF signals. From dish to rack and back DEV claims to use fewer devices with optimised functionality at lower costs to transmit RF signals with improved signal quality and reliability.

Four different form factors within the Optribution product line are on offer to the user's signal transmission demands. The 1RU chassis with two universal slots transmits up to four signals. The 3RU chassis with up to 20 optical slots can handle up to 40 signals plus LNB supply. The 4RU chassis with now 16 optical slots is additionally able to distribute (1:8, 16, 32, 64, 128) or switch (4x8, 16, 32 and 4x64) incoming signals. The new Outdoor Chassis offers four slots to transmit a maximum of eight signals from the antenna or to enable a 4+1 redundancy.

DEV's new CFP (Core Function Products) family with RF switches, combiners and splitters give you the same RF performance as DEV's feature packed standard product line, aenabling operators to cut costs up to 70 per cent.

Along with DEV's and fibre-optic RF signal transmission systems,switches, combiners and splitters the European company also supplies distribution amplifiers, distributing matrices, routing products, and multiplexers.

Visit DEV at stand No S2.18.

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Publication:Broadcast Pro Middle East
Date:Feb 13, 2012
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