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CH3000-RECEIVERS | CH3000 Optical Receivers

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  • Asia
  • Australia/New Zealand
  • EMEA
  • Latin America
  • North America

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Features and Benefits
ARRIS CH3000 forward and return path Optical Receivers are an integral part of the ARRIS CH3000 platform.

AR3002 Analog Forward Receivers:
  • AR3002E, Single 46-1218 MHz
  • High RF output allows passive RF splitting
  • Optical input, Analog
  • Up to 14 receivers per 3RU CH3000 chassis

AR3044 Analog Return Receivers (Quad Density):
  • AR3044H, Quad 5-204 MHz, AR3044L, Quad 5-300 MHz
  • High RF output allows passive RF splitting
  • Optical input, Analog
  • Up to 56 receivers per 3RU CH3000 chassis

DR3600N Digital Return Receiver (Next Generation Quad Density):
  • DR3600N, 5-100/5-204 MHz, Quad 1-fer/2-fer Operates in two RF bandwidth ranges: 5‐100 MHz or 5-204 MHz (firmware selectable)
  • High packaging density, four receivers per single width, full‐depth module slot. Up to 56 receivers per 3RU CH3000 chassis.
  • Single channel link mode or dual channel "2‐fer" link modes, selectable via software user interface
  • High RF output: up to 35 dBmV per 6.4 MHz carrier in 100 MHz mode; up to 32 dBmV in 204 MHz mode
  • 30+ dB of system RF gain from transmitter input to receiver output
  • Superior noise performance
  • Front access ‐20 dB RF test point, selectable for each input
  • Hot plug‐in/out
  • Local and remote status monitoring
  • With BP3400C Quad Back Plate: 16 RF outputs, 4 slots wide supports 4 Quad DRs, 8 sockets for SFP-style dual RXs, deploy as needed, 1 socket for SFP TX/RX optional for management traffic

DR3450N Digital Return Receiver (Quad Density):
  • DR3450N-50, 5-50/5-100 MHz, Quad 1-fer/2-fer, DR3450N-75, 5-65/5-100 MHz, Quad 1-fer/2-fer
  • Operates in three RF bandwidth ranges: 5‐50 MHz, 5‐65 MHz, or 5‐100 MHz (firmware selectable)
  • High packaging density, four receivers per single width, full‐depth module slot. Up to 56 receivers per 3RU CH3000 chassis.
  • Single channel link mode or dual channel "2‐fer" link modes, selectable via software user interface
  • High RF output: up to 38 dBmV per 6.4 MHz carrier in 50 MHz mode, up to 35 dBmV in 100 MHz mode
  • Concatenated or point-to-point applications
  • 30+ dB of system RF gain from transmitter input to receiver output
  • Superior noise performance
  • Front access ‐20 dB RF test point, selectable for each input
  • Hot plug‐in/out
  • Local and remote status monitoring
  • With BP3400C Quad Back Plate: 16 RF outputs, 4 slots wide supports 4 Quad DRs, 8 sockets for SFP-style dual RXs, deploy as needed, 1 socket for SFP TX/RX optional for management traffic

OR3144 RFoG Quad Diplexer and Low Noise Return Receiver:
  • OR3144H, 5-85 MHz
  • Quad RFOG Diplexer/Return Receiver in ½ slot module for CH3000: Integrates AR and combining functionality, 4 parallel broadcast signals downstream with 4 reverse signals fed to one RF output
  • Interfaces – Four 1550 nm BC inputs: Four Network bi‐directional Network ports - BC & Analog return, Four optical return paths combined to 1 RF output. Supports 1610, 1590, or 1310 nm optical return. Migrate from legacy (non‐standard compliant 1590 wavelength) CPEs to 1610
  • Superior low noise performance: < 2 pA/γHz, Internal RF combining of 4 receivers without the associated noise degradation of alternative approaches provides up to 6 dB improvement
  • Low power consumption: 2W
  • High Density: up to 96 receivers in 3RU

Product Classification

Regional Availability Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
Product Type Optical receiver

Product Classification

Regional Availability Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
Product Type Optical receiver