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PPM Systems to present COTS RFoF solutions for open architectures at DSEI

Posted 26 August 2021 · Add Comment

PPM Systems is returning to the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) trade show in September to present its concept proven commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) RF over fibre equipment.

Above: Naval vessels at DSEI.
Courtesy PPM Systems


The company has been developing commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) RF over fibre equipment to take advantage of open architectures. Visitors to DSEI can see a commercially-developed proof of concept on display at PPM’s stand.

New to PPM, a selection of Trival Antene’s high-quality antennas and masts will be on display at DSEI. Their antennas complement the existing PPM Systems range by adding an increased capability in the lower bands, with the addition of a new range of tactical antennas and masts.

Other products showcased will include the Rodent 4 military RF over fibre system, which enables signals intelligence (SIGINT) antennas to be deployed at a long stand-off distance, allowing personnel to safely obtain radio spectrum intelligence from the intended target zone.

PPM will also showcase the latest bespoke filter and RF conditioning solutions, with individual filters to complete solution–system integration available.

Dan Bromley, Technical Director, said: “PPM Systems is pleased to return to exhibiting in person. We are looking forward to discussing the work we have done in developing RF over fibre solutions for defence open standards.”

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