DEV Systemtechnik launches a new family of L-Band distribution and combining systems

DEV Systemtechnik launches a new family of L-Band distribution and combining systems

September 4, 2019

DEV Systemtechnik GmbH, a leading provider for optical and coaxial RF management and transmission systems, launched production of new active splitters, distribution and combining systems for the L-Band signal chain applicable in satellite ground stations and broadcasting head ends.

 

All systems feature active signal leveling and are available in single 1:8 (8:1), two 1:8 (8:1) or 1:16 (16:1) configurations in single rack unit chassis. Optional remote signal monitoring and management with the DEV web interface and via SNMP is supported as well as amplifier redundancy.

 

Physical input / output interfaces with 50 or 75 Ohms in SMA, BNC of F format assure a swift integration with any given network situation.

 

Meeting the enhanced requirements of todays and future ground station and teleport networks all systems support the extended L-Band frequency range from 800 MHz to 2.45 GHz.

 

Based on the feature sets and options DEV offers more than 280 possible system configurations the customer can choose from within this product family.

 

DEV part number:                                        standard            managed            redundant

active splitter / distribution amplifier               DEV 213x           DEV 214x           DEV 215x

active combiner                                            DEV 223x           DEV 224x           DEV 225x

 

DEV will present the new portfolio as well as optical systems and matrices at the IBC in Amsterdam

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