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Motorola’s New Suite of Multi-Wavelength Transmitters

Today at the SCTE show, Motorola will introduce a new suite of multi-wavelength transmitters- the GX2-GS1000, GX2-EA1000, and the GX2-DM2000. These products allow operators to further minimize segmentation costs by conserving fiber while providing best in class performance at every price point, for all digital and analog systems. The solutions maximize existing network capacity while also driving advancements for tomorrow’s bandwidth needs.

The GX2-GS1000 transmitters can accommodate up to 16 wavelengths on a single fiber with over 100 kilometers of reach per stream with full QAM loading from 52 to 1003 MHz.  It can handle up to 79 analog channels, full QAM loading and narrowcast QAM loading. The GX2-EA1000 high performance transmitter handles up to 79 Analog channels plus QAM loading as point to point transmitter as well as multi-wavelength transmitter.

The sister product- GX2-DM2000 has enhanced features to allow this product line to scale for the needs of the cable operators.  It manages narrowcast overlay payload with an added capability to broadcast full QAM loading from 52 – 1003 MHz and operates up to 30 analog channels plus QAM loading.

The GX2-DM2000 will be available next month and the others earlier next year. Visit us @ SCTE Booth# 1268

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