RF over Fiber
GNSS systems typically consist of an active rooftop antenna, a GNSS receiver and a length of coaxial cable to connect them. A challenge arises, however, when the distance between the rooftop antenna and the receiver (usually in the basement) is greater than 100 meters. RF over Fiber links provide a simple, cost-effective and reliable RF connection between the RF source and RF receivers in those instances where coaxial cable is impractical and expensive to install. RF over Fiber is an excellent alternative to coaxial cable for distances from 100m to over 10 km.