Originally designed for one-way wireless distribution of TV service, due to DOCSIS technology MMDS has became a high-speed, two-way data medium recently. DOCSIS offers a low-cost way to get a broadband connection to the Internet. It permits the addition of high-speed data transfer to an existing TV system network. To implement a return link at a base station one of channels 8 MHz wide should be chosen and CMTS (for example Cisco uBR 7200) signal should be supplied. At the customer premise for implementing two-way path it is used a transceiver (for example TranSystem 2 way transceiver). It allows simultaneous TV programming reception and high-speed Internet access. The figure shows the overall system diagram for MMDS Internet &Digital TV Network. Detailed network capacity and RF planning is necessary to determine the optimum solution for a specific customer requirement.

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Company Radiofar together with the DVLab were Exhibitors at the IBC 2012 in the Amsterdam. Photo- report of Exhibition IBC - 2012 you can see here >>


Successful testing on the ground the system of digital broadcasting  DVB-T TV  VIllage for cottage settlements.   Read more.. >>


Company Radiofar together with the DVLab were Exhibitors at Cabsat 2012, in the Dubai. Photo-report of exhibition Cabsat 2012 you can see here >>


Radiofar represents a new generation of transmitters and power amplifiers for the frequency range 2.1-2.7 GHz developed by the Doherty scheme



The Repeater MVDS. The company Radiofar produced repeaters for MVDS systems with frequency range: 10.7-11.5 GHz,   11.7-12.7 GHz,   12.75-13.25 GHz.  Read more... >>


New transmitter MVDS: 12.75-13.25 GHz. The company Radiofar produced the new transmitter for MVDS systems with output powers P1dB=2 W and P1dB=4 W and frequency range 12.75-13.25 GHz.    Look here >>