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Toronto, Canada – GAO Tek Inc. (www.GAOTek.com) has rolled out an optical repeater module designed for WCDMA networks. The RF module is used to monitor and control optical output power, LD bias current, received optical power, input and output RF signal power of Master, received FSK signal power and RF Gain control through the MCU. It is also used for RoHS compliant products.
The optical module for the repeater includes a linear analog PD with high sensitivity and a high power DFB laser, a low noise, linear RF amplifier, as well as built-in Bi-Di components and FSK monitor. 9.6 and 19.2kbit/s data rates are provided for selection. In the slave, a laser with a wavelength of 1.5µm is selected as transmitter and an analog PD as optical signal receiver.
For more information about this RF optical module for repeater, please visit www.GAOTek.com or contact Sales@GAOTek.com.
About GAO Tek Inc.
GAO Tek Inc. is a leading provider of test and measurement equipment, embedded development tools, telecommunication testers, electronic measurement instruments, video surveillance, alarm and other electronic products that serve the needs of electronic professionals internationally.
For more information please visit http://www.GAOTek.com.
For any media queries:
Director of Marketing,
416-292-0038 ext 228
marketing@GAOTek.com
GAO Tek Inc. is a member of GAO Group, which also includes
• GAO RFID Inc. – http://www.GAORFID.com
• GAO Research Inc. – http://www.GAOResearch.com
• GAO RFID Asset Tracking – http://www.GAORFIDAssetTracking.com
• GAO Embedded – http://www.GAOEmbedded.com
• GAO Instruments – http://www.GAOInstruments.com
• GAO Comm – http://www.GAOComm.com
• GAO Fiber Optics – http://www.GAOFiberOptics.com

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