ETL has designed new functionality and increased benefits to a series of its already advanced products
Among the new technologies on display will be an indoor unit from the StingRay RF over fibre range, which is designed to provide compact RF to optical signal conversion, over short and long distances across satellite teleport sites.
ETL’s display at Convergence India will also include some of its flagship RF switch matrix / routers including the 64×64 Vortex matrix and the new Victor matrix model – which now includes software enabled expansion and an extended frequency range of up to 2450MHz, making it ideal for Ka-band applications – as well as new Dextra splitter models, featuring options with DC and 10MHz pass.
Additionally, ETL will also show the Alto amplifier range – which offers multiple performance options to offset signal loss – as well as a range of space saving RF and microwave components.
“With the ever-increasing demand for Satellite Direct-To-Home (DTH) services, India is becoming a major player in the Satellite industry. It is a very important region for us and that is why we have a dedicated sales representative, Stafford Lobo, to support our customers and prospects,” said Andrew Bond, Sales Director. “Our customers always get the right solution for their particular RF need, with 46% of our largest orders in 2016 specifically engineered to meet customer requirements.”
Visitors to Convergence India can find ETL Systems at Stand E43 in Hall 12A at the Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.
For further information about ETL Systems please see http://www.etlsystems.com/.