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 Has Launched Its Latest Generation of 40GHz RFoF and ODL Solutions

RFOptic, a leading provider of RF over Fiber (RFoF) and Optical Delay Line (ODL) solutions, announced today that it has launched its latest generation of 40GHz ultra-wideband solutions. RFOptic has launched its next generation of 40GHz RF over Fiber compact modules with superior features for telecommunications and defense applications, satellite, point-to-point remote antennas and broadcast.…

RFOptic and SummitCSC Are Celebrating the 6th Anniversary of Their Cooperation

RFOptic, a leading provider of RF over Fiber (RFoF) and Optical Delay Line (ODL) solutions, announced today that it is celebrating the 6th anniversary of  its partnership with New Jersey-based Summit Communications Solutions, Corp. RFOptic Ltd and SummitCSC closed a distribution agreement over six years ago. Since then, SummitCSC has been selling, distributing and supporting…

ODL Systems for Aerospace & Defense Company

Tel Aviv, Israel May 3, 2016  – RFOptic Ltd. was selected by an American leading global aerospace, defense and information solutions company to supply cutting edge technology. RFOptic’s Optical Delay Line systems (ODL) are generally used for transposing signals to distances ranging from few meters to several tens of kilometers. The ODL system is an RF…