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Optics & Photonics -> Optical Transmission Equipment & Systems -> Fiber Optic Equipment & Systems -> Fiber Optic Transmission Systems -> Receivers


Receivers




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Video Extenders deliver full HD-1080p and 3D video content.

ATEN International Co., LTD    Sijhih City,Taipei 221  Taiwan
May 10, 2013 Rack-mountable and hot-pluggable, Models VE882 and VE892 combine transmitter and receiver for extending HDMI, RS-232, and IR signals using single fiber optic cable. Model VE882 supports distances up to 2,000 ft, while Model VE892 is suitable for up to 12 miles. Each product utilizes unique FPGA design, which offers clock regeneration that ensures high-resolution video performance. Through small form-factor pluggable modules, models simplify maintenance process.

Fiber Optic Transmitters/Receivers serve microwave applications.

Emcore Corp.    Alhambra, CA 91803
Dec 13, 2012 Optiva Satcom Band Microwave Fiber Optic Transmitters and Receivers offer band-specific C, X, Ku, or Ka transmitter and receiver modules compatible with EMCORE modular or flange-mount Optiva Platform configurations. Addition of Optiva Satcom Band RF Fiber Optic Transport System expands existing Optiva Platform that supports 50 MHz to 18, 22, or 40 GHz broadband microwave transport, reference oscillators, IRIG, IF, L-/S-band, plus audio, video, data, and Ethernet.

Fiber Receiver carries HDMI signals up to 1,000 ft.

Crestron Electronics, Inc.    Rockleigh, NJ 07647
Mar 10, 2011 Accepting all analog and uncompressed HD A/V signals, control, data, and Ethernet from single multimode fiber strand, DM-RMC-150-S DigitalMedia 8G(TM) Fiber Receiver and Room Controller outputs standard HDMI to display device. Unit includes RS232, IR, and Ethernet ports as well as relays, closure sensing, and USB ports for additional control options. Additionally, Model DM-RMC-150-S provides separate analog stereo audio output and can function as keyboard/mouse extender.

High-Performance Photoreceiver has rugged, compact package.

High-Performance Photoreceiver has rugged, compact package.

Highland Technology    San Francisco, CA 94103
Feb 08, 2011 Model PH200 Nanowatt Photoreceiver is free-space optical/electrical converter that provides near shot noise performance. Device features photon feedback architecture that delivers bandwidth of greater than 1 MHz, and which provides linearity, bandwidth, and dynamic range suitable for 10 nA to 100 µA photodiode signals.

Fiber Optic Short Link Transceiver offers optimal galvanic isolation.

Fiber Optic Short Link Transceiver offers optimal galvanic isolation.

Avago Technologies    San Jose, CA 95131
Aug 27, 2010 Occupying 13 x 33.56 mm footprint, 10 MBd HFBR-3810Z is suited for isolating frequency inverter and power converter applications in renewable energy installations. Fiber Optic (FO) short link technology pin-to-pin distance of 24.96 mm provides transient voltage suppression of 12 kV according IEC 60664-1. It also allows galvanic isolation on one PCB, promoting compact designs. DC coupled data link does not require data encoding or digitizing circuitry, and receiver has CMOS/TTL output.

Transmitter/Receiver Pair extends HDMI 1,000 ft over fiber.

Transmitter/Receiver Pair extends HDMI 1,000 ft over fiber.

Crestron Electronics, Inc.    Rockleigh, NJ 07647
Apr 15, 2010 Supporting HDMI 1.3a with deep color and 7.1 channel lossless audio, HD-TX3-F and HD-RX3-F transmitter/receiver pair extend uncompressed HDMI, analog audio, Ethernet, USB HID, and control signals up to 1,000 ft over single multimode fiber. Units manage EDID and HDCP, handle resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 and 1080p60, and are compatible with DVI and DisplayPort Multimode. Devices are housed in compact enclosures, which can mount to any flat surface or on one rail of equipment rack.

Fiber Optic Video Transmitters/Receivers facilitate convergence.

Fiber Optic Video Transmitters/Receivers facilitate convergence.

ComNet    Danbury, CT 06810
Feb 18, 2010 Designed to aid transition from point-to-point systems to Ethernet network systems, FVT/FVR10D1E Series operate as point-to-point video and data transmission system and Ethernet media converter. It provides 10-bit digitally encoded RS-250C short-haul quality video, serial data, and 10/100 Ethernet on one optical fiber for applications with requirements for high-quality video but where future expansion and upgrades will necessitate use of Ethernet.

Photoreceivers offer GPPO or coplanar waveguide RF outputs.

Discovery Semiconductors Inc.    Ewing, NJ 08628
Oct 16, 2009 Operating in 1,310 Nm wavelength band, Quad Photoreceiver Arrays are designed for 10 and 40 km transmission over single-mode fiber conforming to 100 Gigabit Ethernet standard (100GBASE-LR4 and 100GBASE-ER4). Arrays consist of 4 monolithically integrated InGaAs photodiodes on InP substrate and 4 transimpedance amplifiers (TIAs) to produce 4-channel electrical output signal, each channel running up to 28 Gbps. Power consumption is typically 200 mW per channel.

Transmitter/Receiver Pairs enable HDMI over fiber connections.

Transmitter/Receiver Pairs enable HDMI over fiber connections.

Crestron Electronics, Inc.    Rockleigh, NJ 07647
Aug 05, 2009 Allowing HDMI device to be added in analog room, HD-TX1-F and HD-RX1-F units extend uncompressed HDMI and IR/RS-232 control signals up to 1,000 ft over single multimode fiber connection. They can also connect 2 HDMI switchers in different parts of building so source or display device can be located remotely from central equipment. Pairs include universal IR repeaters with range of up to 192 kHz, bidirectional RS-232 extenders up to 115k Baud, and 12 Vdc power pack.

CCTV Video Transmitters/Receivers have self-healing feature.

CCTV Video Transmitters/Receivers have self-healing feature.

ComNet    Danbury, CT 06810
Jun 26, 2009 Digital fiber optic video transmitters and receivers with bi-directional data include FVTFVR1010SHR single channel with data series, FVT/FVR4014SHR with 4 video and data channels, and FVT/FVR8018SHR with 8 video and data channels. In event of broken fiber connection, video and data transmission is seamlessly re-routed when system is configured in ring topology. Bi-directional data transmission allows for camera PTZ function to be controlled from any monitoring location.

Optical Fiber Modules are based on 650 nm wavelengths.

Optical Fiber Modules are based on 650 nm wavelengths.

Avago Technologies    San Jose, CA 95131
Dec 08, 2008 Optical fiber transmitter and receiver modules, HFBR-15x5/25xx includes 4 models supporting SERCOS, Interbus and PROFibus standards. They are available with SMA and ST connector ports and are compatible with 1 mm POF/200µm HCS. Model HFBR-1505/AFZ/2505AFZ is designed for 10 MBd SERCOS, HFBR-1505CFA/2505CFZ supports 2 MBd Interbus-S, HFBR-1515BFZ/2515BFZ supports 10 MBd PROFIbus-S, and HFBR-1506AFZ/2506AFZ supports 16 MBd SERCOS. Models have operating temperature range from -40 to 85°C.

KVM Extension addresses bandwidth limitations.

Thinklogical    Milford, CT 06460
Sep 19, 2008 Harnessing single-mode fiber optic technology, VelocityKVM transmits and receives DVI video and peripheral signals up to 40 km. Advanced peripheral capability supports PS2, full duplex stereo audio, serial RS-232, USB 1.0 HID device ports, USB 1.1, and 2.0. Supporting multiple video sources, VelocityKVM provides error-free transmission, with no frame or bit dropping and complete immunity to interference.

Video Receivers operate over multimode optical fiber.

Video Receivers operate over multimode optical fiber.

ComNet    Danbury, CT 06810
Aug 11, 2008 Fiber optic Models FVR11 and FVR10 receive single baseband video channel as optical signal from up to 2.5 km, and convert signal back to baseband video for monitoring. Model FVR10 features manual gain adjustment, whereas Model FVR11 offers automatic gain control that adjusts changes in camera output that might degrade video quality.

Reference Receiver Module targets LAN/SAN testing.

Agilent Technologies, Inc.    Santa Clara, CA 95051
May 12, 2008 Facilitating design and validation testing, 86116C Option 025 provides reference receiver capabilities for 100-G Ethernet and 16X Fibre Channel signals. Module works with 1,310 nm and 1,550 nm single-mode transmitters, and characteristically has 45 GHz optical and 93 GHz electrical unfiltered bandwidth. Used in 86100C DCA-J oscilloscope mainframe, unit helps engineers investigate, design, and verify performance of transceivers that terminate optical fibers for LANs and SANs.

Transmitter/Receiver target high-definition video market.

Omron Electronics, LLC    Schaumburg, IL 60173
Jan 23, 2008 Supporting HDMI rev1.3 requirements, P1TX4C-SX51 Transmitter Optical Subassembly and P1RX4C-SX51 Receiver Optical Subassembly enable single link that carries bi-directional communication in parallel to high-speed data. HDMI rev1.3 specifications allow for Deep Color support, which utilizes up to 16 bits per pixel, as well as true lossless audio playback through Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD audio formats.

MPEG-4 Set-top Boxes serve as multimedia hubs.

Motorola, Inc.    Schaumburg, IL 60196 4041
Jan 14, 2008 Comprising various single- and double-tuner host set-top solutions, DCX series offers HD video and surround sound audio capabilities that enable reception of on-demand and interactive digital cable programming. Model DCX3400 includes DVR capabilities, and all models offer multimedia hub capabilities that enable stored content to be shared with other compatible devices. Along with MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 technologies, STBs incorporate 1 GHz tuners and DOCSIS® downstream channel bonding.

Transmit and Receive Pair optimize 10GBASE LRM performance.

Emcore Corp.    Alhambra, CA 91803
Apr 06, 2006 Designed to optimize performance of 10GBASE LRM modules, 1310 TOSA and linear ROSA 10Gbps transmit and receive pair exhibit typ OMA sensitivity of -17 dBm. LRM ROSA includes 10Gbps InP PIN photo-detector, transimpedance amplifier, and LC or SC optical barrel. ROSA has differential output and remains linear over input power range defined in LRM standard. Product is optimized to work with electronic dispersion compensation ICs to meet LRM module linear requirements.

Safety Elements enable flexible perimeter guarding.

Safety Elements enable flexible perimeter guarding.

Banner Engineering Corp.    Minneapolis, MN 55441
Aug 12, 2005 Non-contact fiber optic PICO-GUARD(TM) Points enable multiple emitter and receiver points to be arranged to create customized optical safety grid that meets Safety Category 4 requirements. Resistant to damage from moisture and debris, IP67-rated products operate with light and use no electricity. Safety elements with 12 mm polycarbonate threaded barrel have operating range of 1.5-6.4 m, whereas 30 mm stainless steel threaded barrel models operate over 8.5-28.7 m range.

Transmitters and Receivers work at distances to 1,000 ft.

Transmitters and Receivers work at distances to 1,000 ft.

Trust Automation    San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Aug 03, 2005 Providing fiber-optic transmission of command signals and encoder feedback, TA821 Copper Reduction modules convert electrical encoder, hall sensor, and limit signals to optical signal and back into electrical signals. Products, mounted with motor and on linear stage, are available in 1-, 2-, and 4-axis units that operate on 5 Vdc and feature power-on status indicating LED. Modules measure 3.50 x 3.03 x 0.75 in. and are suited for motion control applications.

Transmitter/Receiver offer contact closure relay option.

Transmitter/Receiver offer contact closure relay option.

International Fiber Systems, Inc.    Newtown, CT 06470
Nov 25, 2003 Transmitter and Receiver Modules VT1101M and VR1100-CC can incorporate contact closure relay for alarm-event notification. Addition of relay allows device such as dome tamper switch or alarm event input to be added and its signal transmitted back to monitoring location, eliminating need for additional wiring. Modules support distances up to 2.5 miles without repeaters. Operating temperature is -40 to 74°C.




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