MPS-1300 Multimode, Simplex Optical Jumper Cables and Pigtails utilize TLC's Gigabit Cable which is made with Corning InfiniCor high performance fiber. They are offered with two different brands of connectors; our Corning line is built using Corning connectors while our Value line uses quality non-Corning connectors at a substantial discount.
Every assembly exceeds Telcordia stand... (read more)
The MP-4235TRX is a compact fiber optic transceiver operating in the 1310/1550 WDM wavelength band. The MP-4235TRX is configurable with your choice of data protocol formats. The options include either RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485 digital interfaces. The MP-4325TRX is specified as a pair of complimentary wavelength pass band devices that function in an end to end link for communications over... (read more)
The MP-2300TX is designed to provide electrical-to-optical (E/O) conversion of broadband RF signals over a frequency range of 1.0 MHz to 2250 MHz. The transmitter utilizes a low noise, high dynamic range Fabry-Perot (FP) laser with intergrated temperature stability control. The transmitter operates over link distances up to 20 km. For distances up to 80 km, refer to the MP-2320TX transmi... (read more)
The MPS-2150 Multimode In-line Optical Attenuator is a "fixed value" attenuator that is integrated into a standard fiber optic jumper cable. MPS-2150 Multimode In-line Optical Attenuators utilize Corning fiber and are offered in two different connector brands; Our Corning line is built using Corning connectors and our Value line uses quality connectors at a substantial discount. They are... (read more)
The MPS-2000 Single Stage Optical Isolator is a singlemode, polarization-independent isolator that can be connected or spliced into an optical transmission line. Offered in a Premium or Value grade. By allowing light to pass in only one direction, MPS-2000 Single Stage Optical Isolators are used to prevent back reflections along a transmission path in optical networks and componen... (read more)
Microwave Photonic Systems, Inc. (MPS) of West Chester, PA is pleased to announce the release of their newest line of Wideband, Low Noise, RF Photonic Fixed Delay Lines.
The MPS RF and Microwave Photonic Delay Line product family includes the MP-5000-DL and the MP-6000-DL. This product family supports fixed delays over frequencyranges from 100 MHz up to 20 GHz. The MP-5000-DL and... (read more)
MPS can provide high density Military ruggedized cable assemblies for shipboard, mobile, airborne and field deployed conditions as well as commercial applications for manufacturing facilities and the mining and drilling industries. For Military applications, MPS uses QPL’d hardware and fiber cable qualified to DOD MIL-PRF-85045 and US Army CECOM A3159879 standards. (read more)
The Microwave Photonic Systems, Optical Photonic Delay Line (OPDL) supports fixed or user defined (switchable) delays over frequency ranges from 100 MHz up to 32 GHz. The product line can be configured in small form factors, 1RU, or 3RU units depending on customer selected options. (read more)
In-Building Distributed Antenna System for Land Mobile Radio Enhancement Coverage necessitates a hybrid fiber coaxial solution. The IDAS-340 utilizes proprietary and field proven RF Fiber Optic technology to transmit and receive the desired spectrum of 378-430 MHz (UHF Lower) and 450-512 MHz (UHF Upper) trunked radio frequencies. (read more)
The MPS-1400 Optical Drop Cable / Optical Node Stub is a connectorized assembly that is used to connect a fiber feeder splice point to an optical receiver node or Optical Network Unit (ONU). This eliminates the need to field terminate optical connectors or splice pigtails at the node enclosure. (read more)
The MPS-2700/8 is a Passive Optical Network (PON) Singlemode Wavelength Division Multiplexer (WDM) that provides a cost effective solution, for increasing fiber optic network signal capacity by enabling the simultaneous transmission of OLT and RF Overlay traffic over a common fiber. (read more)
The OFW-1217L Inter Facility Link is an analog fiber optic modem designed to simultaneously transport up to four separate X-Band SATCOM uplink and downlink signals between an earth station facility and a remotely located antenna site via a multi strand optical cable. (read more)