Things You Need to Know about XFP Transceivers

Date Submission: October 29, 2015 By Admin

As technology continues to improve, the size of transceiver modules has become smaller and smaller. In addition to the size, the rate of optical transceiver also becomes faster and faster, such as 1.25 G, 2.5 G, 4 G, 10G, 40G and 100G, etc. However, when came up to 10G, people found that the enca...

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FAQs of Using Compatible SFP modules

Date Submission: October 22, 2015 By Kern

The small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver was jointly developed by many of the world's leading network vendors, and it is now widely used in optical network systems. The SFP module was designed under the Multi-Source Agreement (MSA) which meant that the specification for the interface and...

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Metamorphosis of Transceivers (part I)

Date Submission: October 14, 2015 By Fiberstore

Before starting to talk about the transceivers, we talk about some experiences in our daily life. Nowadays, mobile phones fast become necessary fixtures in our everyday lives and the market of mobile phone hardware and software also booms along with them. When you get a new mobile phone, the firs...

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Introduction to PON Transceivers

Date Submission: September 27, 2015 By Oli

As the leading technology being used in FTTx (FTTH) deployments, Ethernet Passive Optical Networks (GEPON or EPON) are now widely used in deployment. The related technologies keep developing and meanwhile the market of PON components keep growing. PON transceiver is an essential part of PON s...

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Why Plug-and-Play Transceivers Are So Popular

Date Submission: September 21, 2015 By Kelly

Plug-and-play is a technology that allows the operating system to detect and configure internal and external peripherals as well as most adapters. It has the ability to find and configure hardware components without having to reset DIP (dual in-line package) switches and jumpers. Plug-and-play tr...

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SFP+ Direct Attach Cable

Date Submission: September 18, 2015 By Kelly Zeng

Nowadays, there is an increasing demand for cables which can provide a lower-power means for operation on short fiber optic links or short copper connections such as the SFP+ direct attach cable that will be described in this article. What Is SFP+ Direct Attach Cable SFP+ direct attach cab...

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XENPAK Transceiver Overview

Date Submission: September 15, 2015 By Kelly

On March 12, 2001, the module multi-source agreement (MSA) association announced that the XENPAK specification is available for first public review. XENPAK is the first MSA for 10 Gigabit Ethernet. The XENPAK MSA defines a fiber optic or wired transceiver module which conforms to the 10 Gigabit E...

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Juniper SFP Transceiver vs Third-Party Compatible SFP Transceiver

Date Submission: September 11, 2015 By Kelly

When setting up your network, the right choice of devices is very fundamental because these devices, such as SFP transceivers, have great effect on the performance of your system. In order to cut down the costs on the expensive SFP transceiver modules, many companies are seeking for a compatible ...

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Compatible 1000Base SFP Transceivers

Date Submission: September 9, 2015 By Kelly

With an increasing demand for higher rate of network transmission in various applications, such as data warehouse, video conference, and three-dimensional image animation, Gigabit Ethernet technology has developed rapidly in the past decades. In computer networking, Gigabit Ethernet (1 GigE), nam...

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XFP Transceiver Overview

Date Submission: September 4, 2015 By Kelly

On January 16th, 2003, the 10 Gigabit Small Form-factor Pluggable (XFP) Module Group, a module multi-source agreement (MSA) association, announced that the XFP specification is available for final public review. Since then, MSA form factors for 10 Gbit/s optical transceivers have evolved along tw...

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