IBC Preview: ETL Systems

Launch of multi-plexing system
Andrew Bond, Marketing Director, ETL Systems
Andrew Bond, Marketing Director, ETL Systems

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Andrew Bond, Sales and Marketing Director, says ETL Systems will be “focusing on the launch of our new StringRay RF Over Fibre DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) solution at IBC.” We have been developing products to help assist the broadcast industry by delivering robust and reliable equipment that can provide high performance and quality in all environments. We will also be demonstrating the existing StingRay RF Over Fibre CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing) solution, which combines eight optical signals on a single fibre by using different wavelengths. Other products on display its Hurricane Matrix, which enables high-quality distribution between a satellite antenna and a remote control room. Multiple signals can be transmitted and received over distances of up to 100s of kilometres through a single fibre cable. The StingRay RF Over Fibre DWDM System is able to maintain a much finer optical spectrum, enabling it to distribute up to 40 channels through a single fibre cable.

“The show gives ETL Systems the opportunity to demonstrate our innovations to new and existing customers, as well as get a glimpse of what the industry is doing. We always look forward to IBC, as having the whole industry in one city truly encapsulates where the industry is headed. The Middle East is an important region to us and one that we are working in to deliver good quality and reliable satellite equipment to,” Bond commented.

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