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Using a frequency extender, high-fidelity analogue audio can be transmitted across standard POTS telephone lines without losing higher audio frequencies (treble). It is a phone hybrid concept that has been expanded.
Frequency shifting is used in the idea to get around the limited bandwidth of conventional telephone systems.
As the top bandpass limit in telephony is typically 3 kHz, the input signal is conveyed on one telephone line as-is, or in certain circumstances upshifted to offer more low-frequency response, then sent on a second line shifted down by that same amount.
As a result, a 5 kHz audio frequency is sent at 2 kHz. The second line is then mixed with the first by a receiver at the opposite end.
The Global Radio Frequency Line Extenders 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.
To enable next-generation functionality and cost-effective performance, STARLINE and Flex Max RF line extenders and amplifiers easily interface with existing HFC systems and apparatus.
The most frequently used RF amplifier solutions in the world—which offer unmatched performance and reliability—are included in the CommScope range.
ARRIS offers solutions that enable new services with little CAPEX, improve network efficiency, and boost subscriber satisfaction for cable operators aiming to assure maximum backwards compatibility and scalability and protect network investments.
Cable operators can boost forward capacity in their current 750 and 870 MHz systems while preserving current amplifier spacing by using the ARRIS BLE100 Line Extender.
The BLE100 can be added as a drop-in RF module to older STARLINE BLE75 and BLE87 amplifiers or purchased as a whole device for greenfield deployments.
Modular RF design and enclosure that can operate at 1.2 GHz make plant upgrades easier. Increased station tilt and optional GaN technology will boost amplifier reach. With high output GaAs technology, keep the existing amplifier spacing. Increase return path bandwidth with an integrated duplex filter.
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