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From Michael J. Hartmann, VP of Business Development Digital Marketing

Did you know that the OZC Micro-OTDR SFP/SFP+ fiber optic transceivers are the only components of their type which support both data transmission, and automatically detect, locate and report faults found at the physical layer of optical fiber networks? (This feature is protected under several US patents.) At the start-up of the optical fiber link,…

April 9, 2020April 9, 2020In Blog
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OZC Covid-19 Precautionary Measures

Here at Optical Zonu Corporation we recognize that the current Covid-19 situation is affecting every person and business in many ways. We recognize the seriousness of this illness and the importance of Social Distancing. As such, any of our staff that are in the at-risk populations will be working from home. We are following all…

March 19, 2020March 19, 2020In News
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Ron Stark Joins Optical Zonu Corporation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:Meir Bartur Phone: 818-780-9701 e-mail: meir@opticalzonu.com Optical Zonu Corporation Looks Forward to Rapid Growth Through new employee acquisition Los Angeles – December 17, 2019 – Optical Zonu Corporation is pleased to announce an addition to their senior management team.  Ron Stark has joined Optical Zonu as their Vice President of Sales and Marketing. …

December 17, 2019December 17, 2019In Blog
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Optical Zonu Corp tasked to Deliver Ultra Secure Solution to Confidential Government Agency

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Farzad Ghadooshahy Phone: 818-780-9701 e-mail: farzad@opticalzonu.com Optical Zonu Delivers spectrum monitoring Transport Antenna System for Sensitive Information Facilities Los Angeles – April, 2019 – When this Government Agency needed to combine secure Wi-Fi and Cellular over a Fiber DAS network that would include enhanced security through full spectrum monitoring transport, for…

July 19, 2019July 22, 2019In News
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Coax over Fiber

Radio Frequency signals are broadcast in free space and enable modern communication. In many cases the signals must be transported from a large source e.g. Transmitter to an antenna for broadcast. The connection is done via coax cables or waveguides for the higher frequencies. As the frequency goes higher and higher to accommodate the requirements…

July 15, 2019July 15, 2019In Blog
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Satellite Frequency Bands Transport Over Fiber Technology

Satellite technology is developing fast, and the applications for satellite technology are increasing all the time. Not only can satellites be used for radio communications, but they are also used for astronomy, weather forecasting, broadcasting, mapping and many more applications. With the variety of satellite frequency bands that can be used, designations have been developed…

July 10, 2019July 10, 2019In Blog
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RF Optics

The term RF Optics can be a confusing concept – hence we will try to clarify how, and when, it is actually being used within modern communication infrastructure. Both RF – which stands for Radio Frequency – and light are a form of radiation that differ only in the wavelength. RF cover bands from HF…

July 10, 2019July 16, 2019In Blog
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Analog RF over Fiber Application

Optical Zonu offers a wide range of analog RF over Fiber links for applications in cellular wireless, public safety, network sync, satellite earth stations and specialty military projects. Many of the most popular applications can be called antenna fiber solutions or antenna remoting applications. These include L Band over fiber links for satellite earth stations…

July 8, 2019July 8, 2019In Blog
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Analog RF over Fiber Application

Optical Zonu offers a wide range of analog RF over Fiber links for applications in cellular wireless, public safety, network sync, satellite earth stations and specialty military projects. Many of the most popular applications can be called antenna fiber solutions or antenna remoting applications. These include L Band over fiber links for satellite earth stations…

July 8, 2019July 8, 2019In News
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DAS the 4th Utility

DAS – the 4th Utility Traditionally Building owners already provide three basic utilities: Water (and sewer), Power (electricity & gas) and Wired Connectivity (telephone & CATV), and many go on to provide certain amenities (parking, workout facilities). The newest utility demand that developers are now becoming aware of is for in-building wireless coverage service to…

June 10, 2019June 11, 2019In Blog