ATX Networks
HFC Optical Access Network

Q-Series TX & RX

ATX has developed its Q-Series expertise in RF amplifiers into a line of cost-effective rack mounted optical products to meet customer needs for fiber transport in smaller scale, low wavelength per fiber applications.

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QFRN

The 2RU QFRN 870 MHz and 1 GHz fiber optic receivers are designed for headend and hub applications. They provide GaAs power-doubled RF output technology. The 2-way model offers maximum RF output due to the lower insertion loss of the plug-in interstage pad and EQ design. It also comes with an integral optical power meter and reverse sweep insertion test point.

QFQR

The 1RU QFQR holds 2 or 4 independent return path optical receivers, which utilize high performance photodiodes and hybrid amplification. An optical power indicator along with an RF test port on the front panel can be used to quickly monitor each receiver’s operating status.

QFOT

ATX offers 1310 optical transmitters with optical power outputs from 4 mW (6 dBm) to 22 mW (14 dBm). These transmitters are designed for broadband optical transport or distribution from 54-870 MHz or 1000 MHz. This 1RU chassis offers local and optional remote monitoring capability along with a reliable electronics display for setting parameters and viewing current operating levels.

ATX also stocks 1550nm optical transmitters with optical power outputs of 6 mW (9 dBm) or 10 mW (11 dBm). These transmitters are designed for broadband optical transport or distribution from 54-870 MHz, with optional upgrade to 1GHz. This 1RU chassis offers local and remote monitoring capability along with a reliable electronics display for setting parameters and viewing current operating levels.

QFCT

The QFC is a 1310nm optical transmitter with optical power outputs from 4 mW (6 dBm) to 22 mW (14 dBm) and a frequency response from 54-1000 MHz. This 1RU transmitter features a cooled and isolated DFB laser with status monitoring provided on a front panel LCD display.

QFOT1L

Also available is the QFOT1L, a 1310nm optical transmitter with optical power outputs from 4 mW (6 dBm) to 22 mW (14 dBm). These cost-effective transmitters are designed for broadband optical transport or distribution from 54-1000 MHz. This 1RU transmitter offers optimal performance featuring a cooled and isolated DFB laser with manual gain control.

QFRTX

The 2RU QFRTX optical transmitter is available in both 1310nm and 1550nm DFB 200 MHz versions. These transmitters allow the optical transmission of analog and digital video signals. It also features 3 dBm optical output, optional RF gain block and pad and EQ sockets for RF input.

A new generation at work.

The I-HUB platform is ideal for minimizing fiber for Node+0, hub eliminations, node segmentations and RFoG, or reclaiming existing fibers for additional broadband subscriber narrowcast services and revenue generating business services. Learn more about this product.>