Optoelectronics & Fiber Optics

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The Tower Series cable uses a Low Loss Polyethylene Foam with very low dielectric losses resulting in low attenuation of RF power. Used as antenna feeders, cabling of antenna arrays, radio equipment interconnections, jumper assemblies or indoor applications, the Tower Series cable provide a good solution for many wireless applications.

MegaPhase's industry-leading VNA port extension test cables have been optimized to reduce the time associated with test equipment calibrations where compensation for loss, mismatches, and feed-throughs are critical to the test outcome. These mechanically stable test cables can be used repeatedly, and can be bent with little effect on the insertion loss, phase, or VSWR.

This Wide Band 12 GHz RF/Fiber Optic Receiver has a 1.0 MHz to 12 GHz bandwidth and has an operating wavelength of 800 nm to 1650 nm.
Transmit and receive the full spectrum of satellite telephone uplink and downlink traffic over single mode fiber optic cable.
This RF analog fiber optic transceiver is ideal for the long-haul transmission of RF signals over singlemode fiber optic cable in the 100 MHz to 2500 MHz frequency range.

The Semi-Rigid series cables range from .034 - .250 in diameter. All of the Semi-Rigid Cable used are MIL-17C qualified, with tin plated copper outer conductor. The SR series cables are typically custom built assemblies and formed to your specifications. These assemblies are capable of frequencies up to 50 GHz with precision connectors.

The Fischer FiberOptic Series is designed to perform perfectly in harsh and extreme environments. With the best quality and stability needed for optical links combined with simple mating and field cleaning, these connectors are ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications.

Highly mobile shelters deployed in harsh environments rely on the high connectivity, security, and other benefits that an RF-over-Fiber system has to offer. HUBER+SUHNER provides fiber optic cables that allow for shelters to be positioned far away from the antennas, yet still ensure that antenna links and the shelter are secure. These fiber optic cables are also able to reduce the cable footprint of the application, making the solution lighter in weight, higher in mobility, and dramatically speed up and simplify installation and maintenance.