Thor Fiber Optical Mini FTTH RF CATV CABLE TV Receiver with Dual Coax Output

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The Thor Fiber Mini FTTH optical receiver F-RF-RFMN-2 is specifically designed for FTTH networks. These ultra compact Fiber-To-The-Home optical receivers were designed and engineered to ensure compatibility for any type of FTTH network structure in mind. It has small compact housing, mini-internal circuit structure that still remains a high performance, low cost receiver that is economical for any project. It can be used for any application of HFC network fiber to the home (FTTH) because of it's form factor and output power. These units have a wide range for receiving optical power, high output level and low power consumption. They are the ideal pieces for any optical fiber network which can provide a highly reliable, digital video frequency and data bi-directional transmission for the HFC network. It could be use to send CATV RF point to point or point to multipoint.

This unit comes in a kit: part of the Thor Fiber MIni Transmitter / Receiver kit with F-RF-TX-MN-2Mw


  • Designed for FTTH (Fiber To The Home) Networks
  • Excellent linearity and flatness
  • Converts Optical siganl to electrical RF 45-1000Mhz
  • Analog NTSC/PAL, Digital QAM, ATSC, DVB-T ,
  • 20dBmV RF ouput power at Optical Input: -0 dBm
  • Dual Coaxial ouput for easy deplyment for multiple devices
  • Wide range of optical input power
  • Single-mode fiber
  • Ultra low noise technology
  • Smaller size and easy to install
  • Red-LED for power indication
  • Color-LED for optical power indication
  • Built-in filter

IMPORTANT NOTE*** (it is very important to interface our unit with SC/APC - Angle Polished Connector to avoid any light reflections.

If your fiber is terminated with the  SC, ST, FC /PC flat connector, you need to use an optical jumper from PC type to SC/APC for proper conversion. 

ATSC Antenna or RF Cable TV Coax extender over 12 Miles single mode fiber demonstration Thor Fiber
In this video, we have an ATSC Antenna being plugged into Thor Optical Mini CATV RF Transmitter 45-1000Mhz which then transmits the signal first through SC/APC jumper down a 20-kilometer fiber spool. On the other side of the spool is the Thor Fiber Mini FTTH optical receiver F-RF-RFMN-2. The receiver is then connected to a 1x8 optical RF Splitter that sends a signal to the two televisions displayed above. If you have any questions, please let us know by sending us an email, we are experts in RF modulators and RF over fiber products [email protected] or calling us at 1-800-521-8467 EXT #1. Thank you for watching our informational video! those are the links to the products displayed on the video: Thor Optical Mini CATV RF Transmitter 45-1000Mhz F-RF-TX-MN-2Mw Thor Fiber Optical Mini FTTH RF CATV CABLE TV Receiver with Dual Coax Output F-RF-RX-MN-2
HDMI Modulator and RF over fiber latency demonstration Thor Petit connected to Fiber optic TX and RX
This is a demonstration for showing you how to do HD video Encoding using QAM modulation and transporting it over 10Km of fiber This Specific setup is for applications where HDMI source " ROKU " device is connected to the HDMI RF modulator H-HDMI-RF-PETIT, the CATV RF channel number 2 created by the modulator then output through Coax is then connected to the CATV RF Fiber optic Transmitter, over single-mode fiber optic cable and over to the CATV RF optical receiver, the receiver converts the optical signal to electrical COAX RF signal again. The encoder modulators add a slight delay to the system, the fiber optic Tx and RX ads only 1ms delay.
Model Selection

F-RF-RFMN-2 Mini RF receiver with dula Coaxial output 


Technical Parameters

Light wavelength

1100 ~1600nm

Operating Wavelength

1550 nm ± 20nm ,built-in for filtering 1490 nm signal and remain 1550 nm signal to photo-diode

Optical input power range

 0dBm to ~-15dBm (digital) & 0dBm to ~-10dBm (analog)

Frequency range


Output level


Output range: 65-75dBμV (Optical Input: -6 dBm)

Output range: 70-80dBμV (Optical Input: -2 dBm))




5dB ± 2dB

Return loss


Noise figure








Power Consumption

≥ 0.6W

Test Conditions

60 CH (PAL-D), Pin -6dBm, 1 EDFA with noise figure 5dB, 25Km, Composite OMI 18.5%

Output impedance

75 Ω

Output port number


RF connector

F (female)


≥ 0.9 A/W @ 1550nm

Optical return loss

≥ 55 dB

LED indicator

Alarm LED:

Green on: receive power in range (about -6 to 0 dBm)

Red: low (<-8dBm) or lost signal

Power LED: Red = Power on

Power Adapter

Input Voltage: 90-250V AC@50-60Hz

Output Voltage uncertainty ≤ 3% without load

Output Voltage: Continous current ≥ 90% nominal current;

±5% nominal DC Voltage; Ripple Voltage (Vpp) ≤150mV

Voltage surge arrester equipments integrated.

Housing material

Stainless Metal with wall-mount Flange

Working environment 

Operating temperature -20 + 55 °C

Size (W)*(D)*(H)



IMPORTANT NOTE*** (it is very important to interface our unit with SC/APC - Angle Polished Connector to avoid any light reflections.

If your fiber is terminated with the  SC, ST, FC /PC flat connector, you need to use an optical jumper from PC type to SC/APC for proper conversion. 


Quick Installation guide
The Mini Transmitter and Mini Receiver set are plug and play devices if the RF input power to the TX and optical power Input to the RX are in the specified range.
 TX RF INPUT 15-25dBmV (75-85dBuV)  RX Optical INPUT should be +2 - 6dBm

1) Connect Power Supply to the Transmitter
2) Connect CATV RF Input to the F port connector - Please note, the RF Power should be     between 15-25dBmV (75-85dBuV)
3) Connect fiber optic cable to the Mini Transmitter Output - The Connector type MUST be     SC/APC, never use SC/PC (Blue flat connector)     NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE UNITS OPTICAL OUTPUT (you could burn your eye)
4 ) For short distance, point to point transmission, please plug 5db fiber optic attenuator,    included in the box. (if the transmitter is used with a fiber optic splitter, the attenuator is not     needed due to splitters insertion loss).     The fiber loss is about 0.35db/km in 1310nm wavelength there is also some slight loss in path panel     junctions typically 0.1 -0.5db per junction
5) The TX should show "ON" on the LCD, meaning it is transmitting and outputting an optical signal.


1) Connect POWER Supply to the Receiver, "No Light Input" or "Level too Low" the LED will be RED
2) Connect CATV RF cable to the F port connector - RF Output, the output will be about 22dBmV (82 dBuV)
3) Connect fiber optic cable to the Mini Receiver INPUT – The Connector type MUST be SC/APC, never use SC/PC    (Blue flat connector)             NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY TO THE FIBER JUMPER. (You will burn your eye)

4) The Optical level by the receiver should be about  +2 to -6dBm
5) The LED should turn from RED to GREEN
5a) The RED LED means no Link Light detector
5b) The red light might also mean saturation, LEVEL TOO HIGH, it is easy to determine when you plug in the optical jumper the unit will go from RED to GREEN to RED again, it means the optical level is higher than +2Dbm , the receiver will still work correctly if this level will be not higher than +5dbm, If higher then +5, please add 5db attenuator included with your purchase.  

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