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Smart Power Supply

Several PSU options from powering remotly via SMPTE cables to Lithium or Lead Batteries.

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Quick to Deploy

Go from unloading to working in just a matter of minutes.

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Remote Control

Yield full control of your fiber system remotely through Wisycom Manager.

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Customizable

Get a fiberbox tailor-made for your application thanks its several options.

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Remote Control

The recently released Wisycom Manager gives to the user full control and monitoring capability of any unit, whether it's in the local area with a direct ethernet connection as well as on the remote one using the fibre to run data together with RF. From the gain adjustment to the filter selection with Wisycom Manager you can control entirely your system directly from your computer.

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This is an example of remote diversity reception with a Fiberbox3 & MFLC‐TT-‐ in the remote site and MFL‐RR‐ on the local site. RF signal on the remote site is received by a pair of antennas (MFLC can provide +12V power when needed).

The signal is filtered using the internal wide‐band tunable filter (25 MHz over 400‐800 switching‐bandwidth or other selectable FiltersHP: 410/470/510 MHz + LP: 600/700/810 MHz) optimized with gain control and modulated using the lasers.

Thanks to CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing) technology all optical signals are combined in a single fiber. In this way, we can optimize the fiber but it also it makes very easy to have a system completely redundant.

Intercom IEM/IFB

Simply changing the mode of the MFL from "ANT" (antenna) to "IFB", the MFL commutes on an internal RF path designed to best modulate a reference IFB signals.

On the local site, an MTK952N-MS in master configuration generates an IFB signal (For local transmit) and a reference (0dBm) output that feeds the MFL optical transmitter input (in mode "IFB").

On the remote site, the reference signal is received and amplified through an MPA221 amplifier (RF power level from 10 mW to 2W ) or PAW (20dB amplifier). This way we can create a single‐frequency IFB area!

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Full Duplex RF over Fiber Example

This diagram shows a typical Wisycom Full Duplex RF over Fiber link including two channels of IFB transmit and 8 channels of Microphone receivers cascaded. The fiber link is composed of two MFL, one in the local area (e.g. Ob-Van) and the second on a remote site, connected to two LFA receiving antennas and two LBP transmitting active antennas. This configuration gives the user two up to 23dBm(Country Regulation Dependant) carriers on the remote side for IFB purposes and a pair of diversity antennas to receive the microphones.

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Example: 16 IEM carriers transmission over Fiber

 

To better show the unique versatility of Wisycom RF over fiber systems, consider sending 16 carriers over a remote area that can be miles away from your control room: with the combination of an MFL link and an MPA4 amplifier isn't just possible, but it's very easy too.

The MPA4 has been designed to be a plug and play unit, where the output power is controlled remotely by the Wiscom Manager thru a remote MFL.

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Fiberbox Configuration Example

Related Products - Fiber links

MFL

RF over Fiber system

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CONFIGURABLE The MFL allow a complete configuration thanks to its four separated slot that can included either a receving wideband module as well a transmitting one in any combination, sending signals with a single patch o multiple fibers to reach different locations.

REMOTE CONTROL Thanks to its data connection the MFL can be remotely monitored and controlled by the Wisycom Manager and it's capable of transferring data over the same fiber used for the RF.

ADJUSTABLE GAIN & FILTERS The MFL includes a manually adjustable Gain which allow to compensate signal losses and mantein an optimal workflow through out the entire show as well as as tunable RF filters selection to better isolate the portion of bandwith in use

PLUG & PLAY Thanks to its smart and versatile technology the MFL is easy to be integrated into pre-existing setup with any wireless system working in the 140MHz-960Mhz bandwidth. A perfect solutions for both outdoors and indoors installations.

MFLC

RF over Fiber system

PORTABLE & EASY TO INSTALL designed to fit into the Fiberbox, the MFLC is a compact MFL version with a customized front panel for an easy access and reduced weight in order to be very quick to deploy. Ideal for outdoor applications as big sports events or reality shows.

CONFIGURABLE The MFLC allow a complete optical configuration thanks to its four separated slots that can include either a receiving wideband module as well a transmitting one, in any combination, sending signals with a single patch o multiple fibers to reach different locations.

REMOTE CONTROL Thanks to its data connection the MFLC can be remotely monitored and controlled by the Wisycom Manager and it's capable of transferring data over the same fiber used for the RF.

ADJUSTABLE GAIN & FILTERS The MFLC includes an adjustable gain which allow to compensate signal losses and mantain an optimal workflow throughout the entire show as well as as tunable RF filters selection to better isolate the portion of bandwith in use

MPA4

Quadruple power amplifier

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Main Features

•   Wideband operation range/ model of 470-620 MHz/ 600-800MHz
•   Highly linear for reamplification of multiple carriers without intermod: OIP3 > 50dBm
•   Powered by 110/230 Vac
•   Optional redundant 12VDC power supply available

VERSATILITY The MPA4 RF Amplifier is designed to enhance your setup performances when a multiple carrier transmission is requiered. It perfectly fit into an MFL link, where it amplify the local signals and/or allow a remote retransmission of them.

WIDEBAND The MPA4 works from 470 to 800MHz, divided in two separate optional bandwith. The first goes from 470 to 620MHz and the second from 600 to 800MHz.

 

HIGH POWER TRANSMISSION with its four high power RF amplifiers the MPA4 guarantees 1 Watt output power per carrier if used with four indipendent signals and up to 110mW per carrier if used with 16 carriers combined.

 

HIGH LINEARITY With an OIP3 higher than 50dBm, the MPA4 ensure to the user an absolute smooth RF flow, which translates into a very reliable RF solution and a massively increased coverage

 

MPA221

High Linearity Dual Amplifier

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Main Features

•   Wideband operation range from 470MHz to 840MHz

•   Selectable power from 10mW up to 2Watts in several steps

•  Isofrequency Master/Slave configuration

•   Special compact design

HIGH POWER AMPLIFIER the MPA4 is a dual high power transmitter with 2 Watts power output per carrier. It has been especially designed to be the MTK952 IEM Transmitter companion, in a typical appplication the the MTK works as Master and the MPA221 as Slave using the isofrequency technology.

WIDEBAND the MPA4 covers the 470-840 bandwidth which makes this device very versitile and easy to fit into your setup.

REMOTE CONTROL thanks to its data connection the MPA4 can be asily controlled and monitored remotely by the Wisycom manager. When inserted into a Fiberbox it can run its own data voer the fiber and can be controlled from kilometers/miles away

PORTABLE & EASY TO INSTALL designed to fit into the Fiberbox, the MPA221 is a compact RF amlifier with a customized front panel for an easy access and reduced weight in order to be very quick to deploy. Ideal to enhance your IEM/IFB coverage in outdoor applications as big sports events or reality shows.

PAW 

Compact Transmission Amplifier

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PAW is a wideband antenna amplifier for RF over fiber or other applications requiring increased gain to transmit antennas.

Features:

•   Amplifies RF signal 20 dB (Max 250 mW EIRP)
•   Powered by 12V bias via coax from transmitter or MFL system
•   Rugged aluminum waterproof chassis
•   PAWN version features waterproof sealed N connector

Variations:

•   PAW-V working in 170-250 MHz
•   PAW-L working in 435-700 MHz
•   PAW-H working in 566-800 MHz

The LBP/LNP combines the accurate, rugged, wind-resistant design of the LBN2 directional antenna with an integrated PAW wideband antenna amplifier for RF over fiber or other applications requiring increased gain to transmit antennas.

Features:

•   Amplifies RF signal 20 dB (Max 250 mW EIRP)
•   LPDA design enhances transmission ~ 6dB gain
•   Powered by 12V bias via coax from transmitter or MFL system
•   Rugged aluminum waterproof chassis
•   LNP version features waterproof sealed N connector

Variations:

•   LxP -L working in 435-700 MHz
•   LxP -H working in 566-800 MHz
•   LxP -X working in up 960 MHz
•   LxP -W working in up 1300 MHz