Locate wireless systems on your terms.
RF Optix eliminates the need for expensive, fragile, and lossy coaxial cable by converting RF signal into light. RFoF conversion allows for long indoor or outdoor remote antenna runs up to a kilometer in length with almost no amplitude loss. RF Optix is just as useful to engineers at large venues as it is to A/V system designers in theaters, churches, and schools who need to locate wireless equipment down a hall or across a building without budgeting for expensive plenum-rated coaxial cable.
Eliminate coax, silently.
RF Optix stands apart from traditional RFoF platforms because it's designed around the spec that matters most to wireless audio users: noise. By doing away with external amplifier stages and using singlemode, FC-APC 1310 nm compatible fiber, RF Optix eliminates coaxial cable while delivering unparralled audio fidelity.
Broadcast performance on any budget.
The RF Optix allows remote antenna runs up to a kilometer in length by converting RF into light. Single channel kits cost just a few hundred dollars, but perform just as well as traditional broadcasting RFoF units costing tens of thousands of dollars.
That's why New York based CP Communications, renowned for their custom fiber optic rigs used in America's largest and most important live events, chose to use a RF Optix unit straight off the shelf for one component of their coverage of the 2014 Boston Marathon.
Multiple configurations, unlimited possibilities.
The RF Optix system is offered in two standard configurations for live production, rental, and installed audio. The install package includes mountable flanges, while the live package comes in a hardshell carrying case. Both options include 10' BNC to SMA adapter cables for connecting antennas and wireless rack equipment. 9V screw-on power supplies are also provided. Available accessories include 100m singlemode plenum fiber cables and 100m indoor/outdoor reinforced fiber cables. Custom lengths and connectors are also available.
Use RF Optix for single channel or diversity reception.
The RF Optix system is offered as a single channel for connecting to one antenna, or in a dual channel package for diversity antenna systems.