2017-06-27

Things You Should Know Before Transceiver Selection

Date Submission: May 18, 2016 By Orenda

Fiber optic transceiver is an indispensable component for fiber optical transmission. With the popularization of Ethernet networks, there is an increasing demand for transceiver modules in the market. However, when it comes to transceiver selection, you may be confused about whether you have chos...

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Commonly Used SFP Transceivers

Date Submission: May 10, 2016 By Orenda

In fiber optic networking, an optical transceiver is a device which can both transmit or receive light and electrical signals. Generally, it has two ports. One is the transmitting port used for converting electrical signal into light signal and the other is the receiving port used for changing li...

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Ways to Classify Fiber Optic Transceivers

Date Submission: April 27, 2016 By Orenda

You may find different types of fiber optic transceivers on the market, but how to classify these transceivers into specific categories? In this article, several factors which can influence the classification of optic transceivers will be introduced for an overall understanding of transceiver mod...

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How to Choose a Right XFP Transceiver Module?

Date Submission: April 22, 2016 By

Optical transceiver module plays an important role in optical communication network. Why is it called transceiver? A transceiver has both transmitter and receiver which are combined to form a unit and use the same channels. So word “transceiver” takes “trans” from “t...

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To Choose Single Strand Fiber Solution or not?

Date Submission: April 14, 2016 By

In traditional fiber optic system, two strands of fiber are required to realize full duplex communications. One is for transmitting and the other is for receiving. As the development of fiber optic technology, single strand fiber transmission appears to change that situation. It can increase fibe...

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Introduction to SMF & MMF 40G QSFP+ Transceiver

Date Submission: April 8, 2016 By

Due to the needs for high bandwidth, many companies prepare to upgrade data center from 10G to 40G. But to realize the migration, there are some factors to be considered. First, the potential for a reconfiguration of the physical layer of the network based on the reduced reach of the OM3/OM4 multimo...

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Dell N4032F Compatible Modules and Cables

Date Submission: April 1, 2016 By

With the expansion of Cloud, Big Data and Internet of Things, data centers are upgrading to support higher data rate. 10G and 40G switches are moving to Layer 2 and Layer 3 in telecommunication network gradually. As switches in data center can directly affect network solutions in factors lik...

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X2 Transceiver Module

Date Submission: March 26, 2016 By

Definition X2 Transceiver is a kind of 10 Gbit/s fiber optic transceiver. Its development was based on former XENPAK standards. The X2 10 Gbit/s transceiver’s inner function is almost similar with XENPAK that also can use one transceiver to fulfill all 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) optica...

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Market Trends for Optical Interconnection Hardware in 2016

Date Submission: March 10, 2016 By

According to a report named “Optical Network Hardware Tracker” provided by IHS, a research company, the year of 2015 is a year of harvest to many vendors in optical communication industry. Driven by the whole industry, optical interconnection hardware market increased in 2015, althoug...

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In 2016, the 100G Transceivers Will Be More Affordable

Date Submission: February 25, 2016 By

According to the IHS Inc., the global optical network equipment market totaled $12.5 billion in 2015, growing 3 percent from the prior year. And meanwhile, many research companies begin to forecast the market of 2016 and further. For instance, Technavio’s analysts forecast the global fiber ...

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