Quintech® Electronics & Communications, Inc., will be showing their latest in the XTREME products at Booth #636, at Satellite 2018. This time it's the new XTREME 32 matrix switch that has an innovative asymmetric design to offer either a 16x16 or 8x24 port fan-out configuration in a 1 RU chassis.
Quintech’s XTREME 32 features extended frequency range, low noise figure and high flatness RF performance. Standard independent input and output variable gains allow the user to balance input signals and provide optimum signal performance to the receivers. The RF inputs can be configured with 13/18V and 22 kHz tone LNB power that can be added while deployed in the field. The high-density matrix includes hot swappable and redundant power supplies. The XTREME 32 is available as either fan-out (splitting) or fan-in (combining) for downlink and uplink applications.
Quintech Electronics manufactures RF signal management equipment, and produces RF matrix switches, routers, lab management and automation software, redundancy switches, relay switches, splitters, combiners, amplifiers, and DC powering products that are available for L-band, IF-band, broadband, and wireless frequencies that are used in satellite, broadcast, government/military, and wireless test and measurement markets.
Keith Blystone, Quintech Electronics’ Government Account Manager said that the XTREME 32 uses the same innovative technologies as the XTREME 256 and XTREME 80 product lines. These product lines have been quickly adopted by the government and teleport customers, and the XTREME 32 is built to successfully meet the same stringent requirements. He invited everyone to stop by the Quintech booth at the Satellite show for a review of their new matrix switches.