1310nm transmitter by Aurora. With SC/APC fiber connector with red dust cover. It includes a laser P/N: 10031307. We do not have exact full pdf specification for this model, but 1st and 2nd pdf links below would provide some info. "08" in model number means 8dB link loss is allowed (8dB optical budget, output power would be 7.5 - 9dBm).
We can remove laser from the transmitter module by desoldering machine with low-melting point solder, at extra $40 for the desoldering, testing, and packing work).
The Aurora AT3300 series 1 GHz 1310nm Transmitters provide increased bandwidth capacity for the expanding service demands of HDTV, VoIP, VOD and high speed DOCSIS. These transmitters are ideal for broadcast and narrowcast applications for optical transport and are offered in four series of models: (1) AT33xxG-N-1 transmitters (''standard'' performance models with a single RF input), (2) AT33xxG-N-2 transmitters (''standard'' performance models with dual RF inputs), (3) AT33xxG-A-2 transmitters (''standard'' performance models with dual RF inputs and AGC circuitry), and (4) AT33xxG-E-1 transmitters (''enhanced'' performance models with a single RF input).
The AT3300 series transmitters with ''standard'' performance are available, as noted above, with either a single 46 to 1002 MHz RF input or a dual RF input version for combining separate broadcast and narrowcast inputs within the transmitter, while the dual input version is designed to provide 50 dB isolation between the narrowcast and broadcast inputs to protect against NC crosstalk on adjacent transmitters via the RF drive network. An AGC option, available for the dual input version, compensates for variations in the RF input level to the transmitter to maintain constant transmitter output RF drive level to the laser.
All AT3300 series transmitters with ''standard'' performance are offered in different models with link losses ranging from 3 to 12 dB, while transmitters with ''enhanced'' performance are offered in different models with link losses ranging from 3 to 15 dB.
High density packaging enables network operators to install up to 14 transmitters per 3RU chassis, all of which can be monitored remotely or locally from the power supply module. Additionally, the compact single-width module design can be plugged in either the front or rear of the CH3000 3RU chassis to optimize equipment installation and operating conditions.
The compact design minimizes rack space requirements in headends or hubs and enhances deployment of traditional HFC, passive HFC and fiber to the home (FTTH) networks.
• Link loss budgets available from +3 to +12 dB (+3 to +15 dB for ''enhanced performance'' models)
• 46–1002 MHz RF bandwidth
• Enables very high rack density (14 transmitters per 3RU chassis)
• Occupies only one full-depth slot
• +15 dBmV/channel RF input drive level
• Optional second port for narrowcast input (with or without AGC) on ''standard performance'' models
• Superior flatness, ±0.5 dB
• Front access –20 dB input test point
• Front panel laser On/Off interlock switch
• True dynamic Plug and Play
• Open standard TCP/IP SNMP support
• Local and remote status monitoring features
• Local and remote RF level control and alarm level settings