ABDC 2.4-6 Transmitter-receiver Ethernet converter

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It converts Ethernet signals of the range of 2,4...2,4897 GHz (IEEE 802.11b) into signals of the Ethernet range of 5,15...5,25GHz, 5,25...5,35GHz and 5,75...5,85GHz or into signals of a 5,9...6,4GHz range (see fig.1). While making an order a lower frequency and an upper frequency of the range can be defined, for example 5.9...5,9897 GHz. Operating distance is from 200m to 12km while using an antenna with a 0,6m diameter and a 16mW output power.
P.S. The range of 5,9...6,4 GHz is allotted for a digital data transmission RRL. Ethernet radio modems are not let to operate on these frequencies, hence application of ABDC converters enables solving the problem of radio modem absence in the specified frequency range.

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An antenna TA-Ethernet is intended for operation with a transmitter-receiver Ethernet converter.
Gain 30dB, 34dB, 36dB (when d of the dish is 0,6m, 0,9m, 1,2m), polarization kind - circular

Product specifications
Up-converter Input signal 2400-2485 MHz
Input power 1-50 mW
Output signal from frequency range to order 5.15-5.25 GHz
5.25-5.35 GHz
5.75-5.85 GHz
5.9-6.4 GHz
Maximum output power 200 mW
Average output power of dual tone signal when third degree frequency combinations -50dBc 16 mW
Maximum gain in transmission path 25 dB
AGC availability supporting output signal level 16-200 mW (to order)
Down-converter Input signal from frequency range to order 5.15-5.25 GHz
5.25-5.35 GHz
5.75-5.85 GHz
5.9-6.4 GHz
Noise ratio 3 dB
Gain 15 dB
Common features Switchover Time 0.5-0.7 µs
Switching threshold 0.5 mW
Voltage supply/Consumption current 12V / 0.8A
Supply voltage to amplifier is applied over drop cable (using power adapter)
Hermetic molded case

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Fig. 1 - Structure scheme of transmitter-receiver Ethernet converter of 2,4 - 6GHz