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DWDM Channel Checker

Part Number:
FOT-5205

Application:

Description

Deploying Remote PHY? Meet your new best friend.

Handheld channel checker for monitoring DWDM channels and measuring their power.
For cable operators, Remote PHY is the next major network architecture change. This new technology brings fiber much deeper into the network�and much closer to the end user. Remote PHY also triggers the evolution from analog optics to digital optics, featuring Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) for increased capacity.

The FOT-5205 meets the testing needs of Remote PHY deployments in terms of spectral range, power range and channel spacing. It is the ideal tool for successful network commissioning and effective troubleshooting.

Features:

  • Supports 50 GHz and 100 GHz DWDM spacings
  • Ideal for cable operators
  • Spectral range covering all Remote PHY wavelengths
  • Detects low power signals-perfect for measurements through monitor ports
  • Fast – less than 0.5 second measurement
  • Bar graph and table display
  • Pass/fail thresholds
  • Rugged design

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The next time you need, Linear Video or Multi-Screen, MPEG, DOCSIS or x-PHYTM, IP or RF resources to support the operation of Multi-Vendor, Multi-Technology products deployed in your HFC or FTTx network, MHz can help!

Choose from a customized package of remote “Fractional Engineering” hours you can use over an extended period of time; or our on-site Integration and Activation Services.

Both can offset your temporary work-load.

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