ETL Systems Showcasing its Satellite Connectivity Solutions at Satellite 2019

ETL Systems Showcasing its Satellite Connectivity Solutions at Satellite 2019

ETL Systems, a designer and manufacturer of RF signal distribution equipment for satellite communications, is showcasing its range of RF equipment at Satellite 2019, in Washington DC.

Products on display at ETL Systems booth include the new StingRay DWDM Fibre solution, which enables high-quality signal distribution between a satellite antenna and a remote control room. With the challenge of rain attenuation, there is a growing need to send RF signals over fibre across large distances without losing signal. ETL’s DWDM solution ensures multiple signals can be transmitted and received over distances of up to 100s of kilometers through a single fibre cable.

ETL is also demonstrating the recently launched 4th generation Enigma Switch Matrix for routing L-band signals. The Enigma Matrix range provides signal distribution for up to 32 input and output feeds for downlinking and uplinking signal management. The latest models offer better linearity, improved noise figure, frequency response and isolation. For easy implementation, the matrices can be expanded or used to expand existing systems by adding additional matrix modules and system splitters or combiners.

Additionally, ETL Systems is showcasing its range of waveguide components at the Satellite 2019 event. ETL’s waveguide components deliver low signal loss and high-power handling, ensuring robust and reliable transmission via uplinks and downlinks. The high precision components are available as flex, twist, bend, adaptors, couplers, pressure windows and straights, resulting in the successful guiding of waves around potential obstacles.

Atlantic Microwave, the company which was recently acquired by ETL Systems is also at the show. The recent acquisition allows both ETL Systems and Atlantic Microwave to offer an extended range of RF equipment and components to customers.

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