SPINNER plays a major role in most large DTV rollouts worldwide and is accustomed to meeting the challenges of large-scale and nationwide deployments, often supplying hundreds of systems to the same operator at very short notice. The company has the ability to flexibly and continuously produce more than 1000 complex multichannel combining and switching systems a year. SPINNER’s recent successes include supplying the mask filters for the world’s first functioning commercial ATSC 3.0 network, which went on air in December 2016. Since ATSC 3.0 is OFDM-based, SPINNER – one of the world’s leading suppliers of OFDM-based broadcasting RF systems – was the obvious choice.
The SPINNER type 1.14L is a robust, easy-to-use rotary joint for single-mode and multimode fibers. Its main advantage over conventional rotary joints is an L-shaped (90°) fiber exit on the stator, which makes it highly space-saving. This globally unique design is ideal for use in camera systems, e.g. in drones, in conjunction with small, compact slip rings.
Many small to large In-Building projects can be very quickly and easily implemented with a SPINNER multiband combining system. These prefabricated standard systems are available in different versions with a variety of input and output combinations. All that’s left to be done is connect them between base stations and antennas. These SPINNER systems let you save on installation while minimizing technical risks and subsequent costs.
As the number of wind turbines in use grows, two things are becoming more and more important to their manufacturers and owners: highly efficient power generation and very cost-effective operation, also at greater outputs. On the one hand, it is essential to ensure highly reliable high-speed data transfer between the rotor blades and the control electronics in the nacelle so the system can responsible nimbly to changing environmental conditions. On the other, operators insist on capturing very detailed data for monitoring and controlling the overall installation. SPINNER offers two reliable solutions for data transmission in rotating systems: contactless capacitive and fiber-optic joints.