News

  • GLB3500M-6

    August 2, 2022, Greatway Technology announced releasing GLB3500M-6 modular 6ch RF over one fiber transmitter and receiver.  GLB3500M-6 has 6ch CWDM wavelengths over one S M fiber to one or multi optical receivers, where each CWDM wavelength carries wideband 174MHz~2350MH...
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  • March 31, 2020, Greatway Technology announced upgrading GFH2009 RFoG Micronode to support Docsis 4.0 standard.

    According to CableLabs, DOCSIS 4.0 has 1800MHz bandwidth for 10Gbps downstream data and 6Gbps upstream data in addition to broadcasting CATV videos.  Working with key component suppliers, Greatway Technology's new RFoG Micronode can offer 1800MHz forward path CATV bandwi...
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  • News

    • May 11, 2021, Greatway Technology announced releasing GWT3500S 1550nm optical transmitter,  which has both 45~806MHz RF input for analog CATV or QAM and 950~2150MHz Satellite Input.  GWT3500S can delivery analog TV, QAM TV and satellite TV over any FTTH system.  Togeth...
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  • Events

    √ Greatway Technology attending Cabsat2023 in Dubai World Trade Centre during May 16~18, 2023.  Booth number S2-D30-1. √ Greatway Technology attending IBC2020 in Amsterdam, NL during September 11~15, 2020.  Booth number 3.B37d. (IBC2020 was announced to be cancelled due ...
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  • April 19, 2021, Greatway Technology announced releasing GWT3500S 1550nm optical transmitter

    April 19, 2021, Greatway Technology announced releasing GWT3500S 1550nm optical transmitter, which has one fiber output and two RF inputs: one for 45~806MHz 80ch analog CATV or DVB-C QAM or DVB-T and the other for 950~2150MHz Satellite Input.  GWT3500S can delivery analo...
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  • August 25, 2020, Greatway Technology announced that GLB3500M fiber link had been successfully used in the RF extender system for the bicycle race of the “tour de France”.

    Tour de France” is the world’s most prestigious and most difficult bicycle race. Staged for three weeks each July, usually in some 20 daylong stages, the Tour typically comprises professional teams of 9 riders each and covers some 3,600 km (2,235 miles), mainly in France...
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