EasternOptX

Moorestown, NJ 08057

COMPANY OVERVIEW

About EasternOptX

Eastern OptX began designing and developing fiber optic delay lines for the RF and Microwave communities in 1998. The inherent low loss of fiber optic cable made it possible to initially offer Delay Lines for Radar Target Simulation.

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710 East Main Street
Moorestown, NJ 08057
https://www.eastern-optx.com/
877.870.6789

More Info on EasternOptX

Eastern OptX  began designing and developing fiber optic delay lines for the RF and Microwave communities in 1998. The inherent low loss of fiber optic cable made it possible to initially offer Delay Lines for Radar Target Simulation. Our Microwave Delay Line Technology has since found applications in EW, ECM,ECCM, Altimeter Calibration, Radio Range Emulation, and even some Multi-path Fading applications. Products range from a single delay of RF signals up to 3 GHz, through 8 discreet GPIB and Ethernet programmable delays for signals above 40 GHz. We have delivered systems with time delays in excess of 1000 us (>80 radar miles).   

Eastern OptX has enjoyed an exemplary record of operational performance in the field with virtually no down time. With more than 140,000 operational hours in a variety of environmental conditions the systems have proved to be robust and reliable, with some systems in continuous service for more than 4 years.

Our systems are designed by a team of skilled engineers with decades of experience working in the aerospace and defense industries. Expertise in RF and Microwave, Optical, Mechanical, Electrical, and Software Engineering are employed to produce these rugged systems. Using the latest CAD and Simulation Software, Eastern OptX can produce optimized designs to quickly meet our customers’ requirements. Custom software is incorporated in many systems which may be tailored for each application.

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