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May 17th, 2017

On the CommunicAsia2017 Show Floor... ETL Systems Debuting Their Hurricane and More...

ETL Systems will showcase their latest RF technology at CommunicAsia2017 at Stand 1V3-03 — the event which occurs from May 23-25 at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.

ETL’s presence at the show highlights ETL’s commitment to the APAC region and follows recent, major orders placed by operators in the region. Among these operators is Malaysia-based, regional communications satellite operator MEASAT Satellite Systems Sdn. Bhd. (“MEASAT”). That firm ordered Scorpion passive splitters/combiners as well as Victor Switch Matrix / Routers for carrier monitoring from ETL Systems. MEASAT uses these products to provide highly reliable value added services and to enhance operational efficiency in monitoring services across multiple antenna platforms.

ETL Systems' Hurricane.

The event will also mark the debut of its newest RF switch matrix — the configurable 64 x 64 Hurricane Matrix — to the Asian market. The customizable Hurricane RF matrix is designed to change and adapt with the ever-changing requirements of the latest satellite teleports. Input and output modules can be configured with features to suit specific RF needs for each satellite feed, including fixed gain, variable gain, LNB powering and fibre inputs. The Hurricane flexible and future-proof and also features no loss of service, power consumption reductions, improved RF performance, and a simple and intuitive user interaction.

Visitors to the ETL stand will also be able to see the company’s proven RF over Fiber solutions, with over 1,500 fiber links installed at SATCOM sites around the world. ETL’s StingRay RF Over Fiber enables high quality conversion of RF signals over fibre for short and long distance transmissions. The range now includes modules to convert a range of frequencies including L-band, broadband, IF, 10MHz and GPS.

ETL’s 128 x 128 Vulcan Matrix, the 16 x 16 Victor Matrix, the Alto Amplifier and the highly resilient Dextra Splitter will also be on display.