Nevion Products

VS252-3G multi-rate SDI/ASI optical fiber transport

Order no: 80303

The VS252-3G is a full featured digital video transport processor and optical fiber converter supporting signal rates from 10 Mbps through 3 Gbps. The card is configurable as electrical
to optical (E-O), O-E and O-O repeater, wavelength shifter, changeover switch or automatic protection switch, with built in SDI signal integrity check and optional test pattern generator.

The VS252-3G is ideal for telco environments where both large losses and poor dispersion characteristics associated with legacy fiber plant are overcome with carrier class long-reach optics and unique jitter management techniques ensuring the highest signal integrity possible. With support for 3G video, signal integrity (EDH/CRC) monitoring and test pattern generation, the VS252 supports all optical video transport applications over 1310nm, 1550nm, CWDM and DWDM (LSB dithering) wavelengths.


  • Professional broadcast contribution
  • Metropolitan fiber networks
  • Live sports and event contribution

Key Features

  • Universal digital video transport supporting 10Mbps to 3Gbps signals with jitter management and non-jitter management modes
  • Jitter management at 2.970Gbps and 2.967Gbps 3G-SDI, 1.485Gbps and 1.4835Gbps HD-SDI/HD-SDTI and 270Mbps SD-SDI/SD-SDTI/DVB-ASI
  • Full CRC and EDH checks for 3G-SDI, HD-SDI and SD-SDI signals
  • Built-in SD-SDI, HD-SDI and 3G-SDI test signal generator for remote network testing
  • Rate locks for 270Mbps and 1485Mbps, that prevent higher rate video signals from being passed in tariffed applications



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