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October 20, 2009
MELBOURNE -- PBN, a leading supplier of end-to-end optical broadband solutions, is pleased to announce that the company will showcase the new LTE153-8000 at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2009.
The LTE153-8000 externally modulated laser transmitter for 1550nm wavelengths forms part of PBN’s Light Link® Series 2 suite of products and is ideal as a low cost entry solution. The unit has been designed to deliver optimum performance on long haul applications or passive optical networks with regular 1310nm fibre.
The transmitter provides a chirp free mode of operation with a very narrow optical line width. This allows the use of 1550nm wavelength for the transmission of broadband CATV DOCSIS, while maintaining exceptional CNR, CSO and CTB performance throughout the network.
The LTE153-8000 is packaged in a self-contained 19” sub rack housing of 1RU with dual optical outputs. The transmitter employs dual power supplies to provide reliable performance.
A key feature of the LTE153-8000 is the integrated SNMP management capability. In addition, the LTE153-8000, like other PBN products and solutions, is fully supported by the Light Link® Series 3 NMS3 suite of software products for managing and controlling advanced optical broadband networks.
For more information, please contact Mr. Sam Tagliavore, Sales Manager for PBN Americas, by phone 703-579-6777 or email [email protected]. For interested attendees of the exhibition visit www.pbn.com.au and register for a free ticket to come along to PBN’s booth 8053 to find out a whole lot more about the exciting new LTE153-8000. Visitors can also learn about and look forward to viewing many other innovative products and systems solutions.
Pacific Broadband Networks (PBN)
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