What is an Optical Delay Line – ODL?

An Optical Delay Line (ODL) is an electric-optic-electric instrument. It performs fixed time delay(s), between a few nanoseconds up to several hundred microseconds, for RF signals from 10MHz up to 40GHz and more. There are low-frequency ODL versions ranging from 10MHz to 6GHz. The high-frequency ODLs versions are up to 8GHz, 15GHz, 18GHz, 20GHz, and…

RFOptic’s Satcom Applications Made an Impact at Satellite 2019

RFOptic’s NA distributor Summit Communications Solutions represented RFOptic at Satellite 2019, presenting our RF over Fiber & Optical Delay Line solutions to interested parties from the enterprise, finance, media, military & government, telecommunications, and transportation sectors. If you want to learn how RFOptic’s RF Over Fiber optical links are used for satellite communication signals (Satcom), click here

RFOptic’s Predictions for 2019

5G will be taking off with the 3.5 GHz band playing a key role During the last months of 2018, the US regulators are considering a key set of rules associated with priority access license to spectrum in the in the 3.5 GHz band spectrum. In October, the FCC announced that it will b e…