Combiners and Decombiners by IRT Electronics

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IRT offers a wide range of Combiners, Muxes and Decombiners and Demuxes which includes:
  • 4 x ASI to ASI Combiners / Decombiners
  • 4 x ASI to STM1 or OC3 Combiners / Decombiners
  • 4 X STM1 to STM4 or OC12 Combiners / Decombiners
  • 4 X ASI / SDI / 270 Mb/s to Fibre Optic Combiners / Decombiners
  • 4 X ASI to G703 Combiners / Decombiners
IRT Eletronics' products are Eurocard modules built for IRT's range of Eurocad frames and can be used with IRT's analogue or digital Eurocads. SNMP is implemented in IRT's products providing the ability to remotely monitor and control the network.
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10/06/10 - The IRT DDT-4620 and DDR-4620 transmit and receive modules are designed principally for use as a serial data fibre optic transmission link.
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24/05/10 - The MMM-4682 and MMX-4682 from IRT Electronics are part of a family of data transcoders for converting between the commonly used MPEG2 Transport Stream formats for video distribution in the broadcast industry.
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12/02/10 - The DDA-4320 path protection and distribution amplifiers cover a wide range of distribution and monitoring functions for ASI, SDI or STM-1 signals.
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20/10/09 - IRT Electronics was chosen to in supplying STM1 combiners and associated transmission equipment to Foxtel Australia for the delivery of 30 additional channels.
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14/10/09 - The OFP-4010, available from IRT Electronics, is a magnetic latching 4 port changeover optical switcher using a high performance optical relay and optical level detectors.
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26 Hotham Parade
Artarmon
NSW 2064
Tel: 02 9439 3744
Fax: 02 9439 7439

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