Introducing Dante AVoIP

Dante is now Audio plus Video-over-IP! Patton introduces the first-ever DanteAV – Audio-and-Video-over-IP gateways that provide high performance, comprehensive management, deterministic LOW latency, and total interoperability. Independently route 8 Dante audio channels and multiple 4K60|4:4:4, HDCP encrypted video channels on an existing 1G network. One-to-one, one-to-many, or many-to-many, all on a single network clock. The FiberPlex […]

Read More

Increase Fiber Capacity with WDM Infrastructure Segmentation

Did you know you can converge, transport and drop all kinds of voice, video, audio and Ethernet traffic over ONE FIBER PAIR? The new Patton FiberPlex TD-OADM leverages wavelength multiplexing (WDM) so you can split out (drop/add) separate channels at multiple locations without sacrificing bandwidth. You can build up to 16 point-to-point data tunnels, carrying different kinds […]

Read More

FiberPlex Tech 16 Channel Active Wave Division Multiplexer

Fiberplex WDM-16, back

OVERVIEW The FiberPlex WDM16is an 16 Channel Active Wavelength Division Multiplexer. Simply put, it is a device which allows the user to combine up to 16 sources of data on a single fiber pair. Each channel can be linked via fiber with selected FiberPlex FOM, FOI or TD Series fiber modules, FiberPlex LightViper™ or with […]

Read More

Patton and FiberPlex Join Forces to Build Enterprise Communications Infrastructure Powerhouse

Patton Fiberplex cables-01

New solutions from the combined core technologies and product portfolios enhance value to Patton and FiberPlex customers, channels and ecosystem partners. GAITHERSBURG, MARYLAND: Patton Electronics-US manufacturer of UC, cloud, and IoT enabling solutions for carrier, enterprise and industrial networks-has executed a strategic transaction with FiberPlex Technologies-supplier of secure fiber-based digital communications to US Government and commercial […]

Read More

Newly updated FiberPlex Telecom Solutions

Fiberplex TD5601

FiberPlex Technologies mission is to continually innovate in fiber technology with audio, video and routing solutions, while simultaneously creating products which solve problems and extend the life of legacy copper systems. As such, there are now three newly updated products for extending standard telecom interfaces. These products include the S/T ISDN, T1 and E1 interfaces […]

Read More

Fiber in the Cockpit!

Fiberplex cockpit

FiberPlex – There’s a tactical reason why fighter pilots need good vision. He who sees first, strikes first. But anymore, that kind of vigilance takes more than good eyesight. Today’s next-generation avionics include thermal and infrared imaging, better radar systems and enhanced surveillance systems that require the transference of huge amounts of data in real-time. […]

Read More

FiberPlex WEN-6 Waveguide Extension Nut

Fiberplex WEN-6, WGF-6

FiberPlex WGF series of waveguide filters provide a way of bringing pre-terminated fiber optic cables into a shielded enclosure while maintaining the enclosure’s radio frequency isolation integrity. The diameter and length of the bore are precisely calculated to provide a measured attenuation at a specific cutoff frequency. This works extremely well, but occasionally the wall […]

Read More

Multiplexing Telemedicine

Fiberplex Telemedicine

FiberPlex For most rural medical facilities, telemedicine – video plus broadband data links to large medical facilities in cities – is a literal lifesaver. From rapidly moving large images such as X-rays and CT scans to video conferencing between patients and remote specialists, broadband connections help to bring the latest medical information and techniques to small […]

Read More

Happy 50th, Fiber Communications!

Fiberplex Walt Matzen & Bob Biard-img

FiberPlex Technologies We couldn’t let 2016 slip into history without recognizing a milestone anniversary. Fifty years ago, research engineer Sir Charles Kao published his findings on fiber optic communications in a paper read by his peers. Copper cabling was the transport medium of the day and what Sir Kao proposed was quite remarkable. His 1966 […]

Read More


Fiberplex water treatment plant

FiberPlex SCADA hacking is on the rise. We just learned of another attack on a water treatment plant in which hacktivists were able to change chemical levels through the SCADA system. Attacks targeting SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) systems rose 100 percent in 2014 compared to the previous year. These data control systems are […]

Read More