In RF systems, C Band Distributed Amplifier are employed to increase a signal’s power level.
Reactive components are used in the design of traditional RF amplifiers to fit the characteristic impedance of a circuit to the specified operating frequency range for a certain system.
The performance parameters of reactively matched amplifiers can be optimized for a variety of system requirements. They can accommodate bandwidths as wide as around 10:1 when combined with methods like balancing, employing 90-degree hybrids, and negative feedback.
The Global C Band Distributed Amplifier market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Optilab Raman Amplifier Rackmount Units are made for C Band Distributed Amplifier. The RA-C5-15-R device supports up to 50 DWDM channels due to its over 15 dB On/Off gain flattening amplification from 1525nm to 1565nm.
Two high-power pump lasers and one polarization beam combiner are set up in each of the two pump channels (PBC). The wavelengths of the pumps are 1431 and 1455 nm.
For improved stability and dependability, the device has laser current control circuitry based on a microcontroller.
The RA-C4-15-R is the perfect amplifier for fiber sensor systems and large channel count DWDM 40G/100G transmission.
It has a LabVIEW (TM) remote user interface and LCD touch screen for simple operation. Features:1525 nm – 1565 nm.On/Off Gain of over 15 dB.
Gain flatness of less than 1.5 dB.Outstanding Stability.50 DWDM channels or more.USB Interface, LCD Touch Screen.Use In:Systems for Long and Ultra-Long Distances.
Prolonged Repeated Links.Links with Low Latency.DWDM Multichannel Networks.Transmission at 40/100 Gbps.
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