OZ600 – First Page DataSheet

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  • 30 MHz to 3 GHz RF Bandwidth
    • -40°C to +75°C Operating
    Temperature Range (1310 nm)
    • Rugged Dust-Tight Housing
    • 1310 nm, 1550 nm, CWDM
    • High SFDR
    • Automatic Optical Power Control
    • Local LED and Monitor/Alarm
    • Uncooled DFB Lasers
    • Wide DC Power Input Range,
    +9V to +30V
    • Lasers Conform to Class 1 Emission
    Level Per CDRH and IEC-825 (EN
    60825) Standards


  • • Integrated +20 dB Transmitter LNA
    • Extended Low Frequency, 10 kHz
    • Integrated WDM
    • Manual Gain Adjust, 30 dB Range
    • +5 VDC or +12 VDC Bias-T
    • Multimode Fiber Capability
    • Low Phase Noise Reference Clock


  • L-band Satcom
    • Cellular Backhaul
    • MMDS
    • Antenna Remoting
    • GPS Distribution
    • Antenna Site Diversity
    • In-Building DAS
    • Optical Delay Lines


The OZ600 is a broadband RF over Fiber standalone flange mount module which may be configured as a transmitter, a receiver, or a transceiver (transmitter + receiver). Fiber links may be configured for unidirectional or bidirectional RF traffic. The OZ600 has a wide dynamic range and supports RF transport in situations where transport distance or flexibility of cabling may prohibit the use of coaxial cable. Packaged in a rugged dust-tight cast metal housing, the OZ600 provides high Spurious Free Dynamic Range (SFDR) transport for RF signals in the frequency range 30 MHz to 3 GHz. Optional extended bandwidth of 10 kHz (for lower rolloff) is also available. Manual Gain Control is available to adjust end-to-end RF link gain and to optimize the receiver output RF level. The OZ600 features a linear optically isolated DFB laser diode operating at 1310 nm or 1550 nm and/or a high performance InGaAs photodiode. CWDM wavelengths are also available. Standard transport is over 9/125 μm Single Mode Fiber, however Multimode fiber transport is also an option (contact Optical Zonu for details). The
standard RF interface is 50 Ohm SMA and the standard optical interface is SC/APC (FC/APC is also available). Average Automatic Power Control (AAPC) provides closed loop control of the transmitter optical output power over the full operating temperature range. Alarm and monitoring functions are available through a DB9 connector. LEDs provide status of laser bias current (transmitter) and received optical power (receiver). The OZ600 module is powered from +12 VDC.

See patent number US 10,257,739 B1.