Ellmax Electronics Ltd is a designer, manufacturer, and distributor of fibre-optics and telecommunications equipment. A comprehensive range of fibre-optics test equipment manufactured by Tempo is supplied by Ellmax Electronics Ltd. This range includes power meters, LED and laser sources, return loss test sets, high resolution OTDRS, variable attenuators, laser fault finders, and bare fibre adaptors.
Ellmax Electronics Ltd supplies the TIMS telecommunications training system which is designed for university level telecommunications and signal processing courses. This system, which is manufactured by Emona Instruments Pty Ltd., covers the vast majority of analogue and digital modulation and coding techniques, from the basic schemes to advanced concepts such as Convolutional Coding and Decoding, Trellis Coded Modulation and Demodulation, CDMA Encoding and Decoding, Frequency Hop Spread Spectrum, and DSP.
Products designed and manufactured by Ellmax Electronics Ltd are primarily in the area of fibre optics training for the educational and training markets worldwide, and include:
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