Alloptic expands RFoG portfolio

MAY 19, 2008 -- Alloptic claims its return path receiver provides several distinct advantages, including temperature hardening for outdoor installations and a 4-dB noise performance improvement over competitive products.

MAY 19, 2008 -- Alloptic (search for Alloptic), provider of RF over glass (search for RFoG) systems for CATV network operators worldwide, today announced that it is expanding its RFoG portfolio with the introduction of Return Path Receivers and Return Path Transmitters.

"Since the first installation of our RFoG solution in 2006, we have received strong market acceptance," reports Shane Eleniak, vice president of marketing and business development at Alloptic. "Today, we have over 26 network operators actively deploying Alloptic's RFoG technology."

"With the introduction of our new Return Path Receivers and Return Path Transmitters, Alloptic will further its position as the market leader in RFoG solutions," Eleniak continues. "Our Return Path Receiver provides several distinct advantages, including temperature hardening for outdoor installations and a 4-dB noise performance improvement over competitive products. This performance improvement gives the operator a combination of choices--more subscribers per fiber, longer reach for customers farther away, and an optical network ready for DOCSIS3.0 with channel bonding," he notes.

Eleniak says Alloptic's Return Path Transmitters are also temperature-hardened, with models for industry-standard 1310-nm or multiple-wavelength WDM operation.

These products can be seen in operation with the rest of Alloptic's RFoG products from May 18 � 20, 2008, at The Cable Show '08 in New Orleans.


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