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Hello this is Britt from Optical Zonu today I’m going to give a brief overview of Optical Zonu’s new OZ1610 RF over Fiber module.  The OZ1610 is based upon the same form factor as the OZ1603 https://www.opticalzonu.com/rfofproducts/standalone/oz1603/  and OZ1606 https://www.opticalzonu.com/rfofproducts/standalone/oz1606-2/  which are 3 and 6 gigahertz modules, respectively.  The OZ1610 extends that RF performance out to 10 gigahertz and actually this is a broadband module which covers and transports from 30 megahertz out to 10 gigahertz.

So, this transports all the way up to X band and as low as UHF and VHF as well.  Similar to the products that this is based upon this can be configured as either a standalone optical transmitter or a standalone optical receiver with one RF connector and one optical connector this may also be configured as a transceiver with both an RF in and an rf out 50 ohm SMA. similar to other Optical Zonu transceiver modules.  Communication over fiber can be over two fibers where the bi-directional traffic each direction has a dedicated fiber Optical Zonu may also integrate a WDM within the modules whereby bi-directional traffic can be transported over a single fiber the OZ1610 incorporates a cooled 14-pin laser diode package.  The operating temperature range is from -40 to +65 degrees C so therefore over that operating temperature range the cooled laser diode will maintain constant optical power and a constant wavelength so therefore these modules can also be used in DWDM systems.  An additional benefit of the cooled laser diode is flat frequency response broadband from approximately 30 megahertz to 10 gigahertz with spur-free dynamic range in the range of 104 105 DP per hertz, two-thirds.  In the standard OZ1610 transmitter and receiver configuration the end-to-end RF gain is approximately 0 db for cases where additional gain is required or in cases where RF signals are low perhaps less than -15 dbm Optical Zonu can incorporate a +20 db LNA, low noise amplifier, into the front end of the fiber optic transmitter.  In addition to the RF and optical IO the OZ1610 modules also have a db 9 connector so through this connector the module is powered by 12 volts DC.  There are also analog monitor and open collector alarms for both the transmitter and receiver and there’s also an I squared C interface to pole modules within the transmitter receiver.  This has been an overview of the Optical Zonu OZ1610 modules for more information please contact Optical Zonu at www.opticalzonu.com thank you very much

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