Orlando, FL (April 5, 2021) — Professional Wireless Systems has launched its new Omega-16 multizone receiver antenna distribution system. Similar to the Omega-8, it provides a reportedly more efficient architecture and smaller footprint than its DB Series predecessor.
The system has four sets of diversity antenna inputs (eight total) and 16 sets of diversity outputs (32 total). Available in both UHF and VHF, the RF bandpass filtering for the UHF unit is at 470-616 MHz, while the VHF unit is set at 169-217 MHz.
It also offers adjustable attenuation from 0 to -40 dB and selectable bias for each antenna input. Dual redundant power supplies are provided to help ensure reliability. The system includes DC bias power selectable per antenna input along with antenna/cable short protection and indication.
The back panel of the Professional Wireless Omega-16 provides 16 sets of diversity outputs and four sets of diversity antenna inputs.
Professional Wireless Systems • www.professionalwireless.com