Up to full 4 x 4 downstream and upstream segmentation capability
Support for 42/54 MHz , 55/70 MHz , 65/85 MHz , and 85/105 MHz bandwidth splits
1 GHz technology
Optional digital upstream transceiver with Small Form Pluggable (SFP)s to support 18 CWDM and 49 DWDM wavelengths for service group aggregation
Node specific optical passive design for optical multi wavelength support
Supports 1310/1550nm DFB, CWDM, DWDM, and CORWave™ multi wavelength technologies
Optional 1310 nm and 1550 nm DFB and 18 CWDM analog upstream transmitters
Generate New Revenue Through Increased Capacity
Cable operators need optimal performance in their network architectures to support expanded service offerings such as HDTV, Video on Demand (VOD), VoIP and high speed data / internet. The ARRIS Opti Max OM4100 1 GHz, 4 output segmentable node uses industry leading technology and design to facilitate full 4 x 4 segmentation in a modular, pay as you grow platform for optical to RF (RF to optical in the upstream) signal conversion.
Full 4 x 4 segmentation capability in the downstream and upstream path provides the ability to reduce service group sizes by up to 75% for increased capacity and more targeted services, without having to run new trunk ber or install additional nodes. The optional premium high gain receiver with on board automatic gain control (AGC), coupled with GaN technology, operates at a lower optical input level, allowing nodes to be placed deeper into the network for expanded footprint.
Protect Network Investment With Modular Expansion
The OM4100 modular design provides a high level of scalability, which enables operators to deploy minimal congurations today and expand as subscriber demands increase. Expansion options include migration from a 1×4 node to full downstream and upstream 2×2 and 4×4 segmentation. Scalability is achieved simply by adding in additional upstream transmitters and downstream receivers along with simple plug-in segmentation modules.
The OM4100 supports Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM), Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) and CORWave™ multi-wavelength technologies to efciently use existing ber architecture and avoid the cost and time of installing additional ber in the plant.