ERN Reversed Optical Node
The Electroline Reversed optical Node (ERN) is a ruggedized compact design to meet the growing need for delivering fiber deeper into operator’s networks – this cost effective network solution maximizing effectiveness of existing headend equipment, and readily available for HFC architecture – converting CATV RF signals to optics, and optics from subscriber CPE to RF, for a variety of service expansion efforts.
ERN, in combination with standard micro-nodes such as ED212, allows the use of RFoG Technology to serve customers that could not be reached with traditional Coaxial cables. The ERN is designed to extend the reach of a coaxial distribution feeder to connect additional subscribers. Instead of a costly coaxial extension the subscriber(s) can be reached with a fiber drop of up to 10 KMs.
• 50 -1218 MHz Bandwidth
• 1550nm DFB Transmitter
• Built in 1550/1310 or 1610 WDM
• 1310nm or 1610nm receiver
• 5dBm or 7dBm output
• Plug in Diplexer filter, PAD and EQ
• RF AGC for OMI stability
• LED indicator for Transmit and Receive signals
• Test point for easy set-up