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Indoor High Output Optical Nodes

Part Number:
LBVM900

Application:

Description

The LBVM920 85/102 high output optical node is designed for various applications from HFC to advanced fiber deep FTTH architecture networks. The LBVM920 node features a 1218 MHz bandwidth, high RF output level up to 50 dBmV at 1218 MHz, 85/102 MHz split, Automatic Gain Control (AGC), and a wide selection of return lasers including CWDM wavelengths as an option to overcome fiber limitations in a network for two-way services. All of these features and flexibility are packaged in a compact, diecast aluminum housing.

Features:

  • 85/102 MHz split
  • AGC -8 to 0 dBm
  • 1218 MHz forward bandwidth
  • High RF output 50 dBmV at 1218 MHz
  • Optional WDM technology available for bi-directional services on a single fiber
  • Compact, diecast aluminum housing
  • Superior heat dissipation
  • Low power consumption
  • I/O optical level test points
  • -20 dB directional coupler test points for forward & reverse RF
  • Optional diplex filters 42/54
  • Optional return 1310, 1550 & CWDM wavelengths

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