About Ulrich Kohn

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As Director of Technical Marketing, Ulrich Kohn translates market requirements into highly competitive solutions based on ADVA Optical Networking products. With global experience in communication systems for Fixed & Mobile as well as enterprises and governments, Ulrich is familiar with the challenges and pain points of today’s networks and is able to show how the latest technology provides answers and an economic, future-proof path forward.

Communications networks have always been critical to energy companies, but the emergence of distributed power generation and active sensors has made them even more important. It’s now essential that the communication network delivers secure and resilient connectivity, synchronization, and central control. It’s the underlying convergence layer enabling secure, real-time access for people and processes to any information at any time ...

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Posted by Ulrich Kohn on March 27, 2020
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We’ve seen tremendous progress in DSL and microwave technology for high-bandwidth transmission. Both domains achieved high speeds by leveraging very advanced modulation technologies and by utilizing more spectrum and higher frequencies. Today, Gbit/s transmission over copper cable is possible by using a broad 200MHz spectrum in combination with vectoring and a very advanced modulation scheme. Similarly, microwave radio systems utilizing 2.5GHz spectral width in the E-band can even achieve 10Gbit/s bandwidth, albeit at a significantly higher price point ...

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For enterprises, network operators and governmental organizations, information technologies play a crucial role in business and operational processes. But an increasing number of these applications require very precise synchronization, as shown with the following examples: For enterprises, network operators and governmental organizations, information technologies play a crucial role in business and operational processes. But an increasing number of these applications require very precise synchronization, as shown with the following examples ...
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