1 GHZ AMPLIFIERS INCLUDING MINI-BRIDGERS, LINE EXTENDERS, AND TRUNK AMPLIFIERS. 1 GHZ MOTOROLA AND CISCO/SA DROP IN AMPLIFIERS
1 GHz ACI SDA amplifiers including trunk, bridgers and line extenders. 1 GHz drop-in RF module upgrades for GI/Moto, SA/Cisco and Arris/C-Cor.
MOTO MB & BLE
1G Upgrade Modules
CISCO 1G Upgrade Modules
Drop-in 1G replacement RF modules for
SA Sys II, III, GainMaker® Amplifiers
The ACI ASEM CISCO 1G RF upgrade modules are now offered with the Gallium Nitride (GaN) hybrid technology that allows for 3 dB higher output levels while maintaining the same specifications as the previous stations with the old (GaAs) hybrids. With this increase in the output level capabilities the cable operators are now able to ensure that even the long amplifier spacings will work. The 1002 MHz module can be dropped into 750 or 860 MHz spacing and it comes with the ACI DSIM module for increased signal stability.
LEA1 1002 MHz
One or Two Output Line Extender Amplifiers
The LEA1 has a compact size, easy installation and is a cost-effective line extender amplifier. This amplifier provides high quality RF distribution for HFC (hybrid fiber coaxial) network. The AC power source provides operating power to the amplifier’s active components via coaxial cable. All amplifiers support two-way operation at various standard frequency splits available.
Distribution Amplifiers 1002 MHz
The ACI ASEM C-Cor®/Arris® 1G RF upgrade modules are now offered with the Gallium Nitride (GaN) hybrid technology that allows for 3 dB higher output levels while maintaining close to the same specifications as the previous stations with the Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) hybrids. With this increase in the output level capabilities the cable operators are now able to extend the fiber deeper in their networks at a lower cost by reducing the number of active that are needed. The GaN hybrid technology is also extremely beneficial for use in the traditional HFC networks with the increase in station performance at the standard output levels over the GaAS hybrid stations.