InnoTrans to supply Chromadigm transmitters to major U.S. cable operator

InnoTrans Communications says it has received a multiyear contract to supply its Chromadigm 1550-nm ITU-T compliant forward optical transmitters to one of the five largest U.S. cable operators. The company declined to further identify the cable MSO customer.

InnoTrans Communications says it has received a multiyear contract to supply its Chromadigm 1550-nm ITU-T compliant forward optical transmitters to one of the five largest U.S. cable operators. The company declined to further identify the cable MSO customer.

The Chromadigm C-Band transmitters are designed to enable cable operators to deploy the systems initially for node splitting and fiber reclamation, then evolve towards fiber deep or RF over glass (RFoG) architectures without interrupting services. They support up to 16 wavelengths.

“The Chromadigm full-band forward-path DWDM solution is being widely adopted by the MSO community in both the U.S. and Canada,” asserts Mani Ramachandran, InnoTrans CEO. “The solution provides operators the ability to do full eight-way node segmentation in both forward and reverse directions on one fiber, for distances up to 65 km using InnoTrans’ optical hub solutions. In addition, the patented Chromadigm solution is chirp free, which provides immunity to fiber dispersion and filter ripple, and includes clipping mitigation for pristine QAM signal delivery.”

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