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  • Migrate to 25G Network With 10/25G Dual Rate Transceiver

    2021-07-15

    The explosive growth of implementing 10G-25G upgrading path drives the birth of 10/25G dual rate fiber optics to make a simpler method to cater to the migration trend in today’s Ethernet network. 10/25G Dual Rate Transceiver - Solution to 10G-25G Upgrading Path Dual rate transceivers, some also called multi rate tr...

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  • 100G/200G Coherent Optics Solution for Metro & Core Network

    2021-07-15

    The larger bandwidth, longer transmission distance and higher receiving sensitivity will always be the final goals of researchers in the field of optical communication. With the explosive growth of information generated by the application of communication technologies such as video conference and the spread of the Intern...

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  • Fibre Optic Splitter Cables

    2021-05-14

    What is a fibre optic splitter cable? A fibre optic splitter cable enables a source signal (input data or Tx signal) to be split so that the data from the source can be sent to two or more separate outputs (output data and secondary output etc or Rx1, Rx2, RX3… RxN). The complete data set is received at all outputs. T...

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  • MTP Splitter (TAP) Cables for Network Monitoring

    2021-05-14

    Fibre Network Monitoring (TAP) Designed as a solution for network monitoring, a fibre TAP (Traffic Analysis Point) is a device that sits inside your cabling infrastructure and provides you with visibility into your network connection. TAP modules mirror network traffic into a monitoring port while the signal to the network...

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  • How Much Do You Know About Power Cord Types?

    2021-03-31

    Network engineers that work around the world are well aware of the many different plugs and sockets in use in data centers. But the first-time experience in a foreign data center might be hard if you don’t know which power cord is used there. There is more than one standard being used in the world. A different country may use ...

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  • What is a Tunable DWDM Transceiver and how does it work?

    2021-03-19

    Tunable DWDM transceivers allow users to tune their wavelengths based on actual network demand. This results in the reduction in the number of spare transceivers that used for avoiding DWDM network breakdown, and offers flexibility to adapt to the growing network. On the market, tunable modules mainly include 10G SFP+, XFP...

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  • 400ZR: Use Cases and the Path to 800G

    2021-03-19

    There has been much talk about 400ZR standards and applications to revolutionize Data Center Interconnects. As is often the case, the revolution has evolved to be more interesting than just a single use case. Historically ZR has designated the 80 km reach requirement, and has typically been the last 5% of the access/metr...

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  • What Is 400ZR?

    2021-03-16

    400ZR, or 400G ZR, is a standard that will enable the transmission of multiple 400GE payloads over Data Center Interconnect (DCI) links up to 80 km using dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) and higher-order modulation. It aims to ensure an affordable and long-term implementation based on single-carrier 400G using...

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  • What Are the Differences Between SFP, SFP+, SFP28, QSFP+ and QSFP28 ?

    2021-03-12

    SFP, SFP+, SFP28, QSFP+ and QSFP28 are different optical transceiver types. And all of them are hot-pluggable network interface modules used for connecting a network switch and other networking devices (such as a server or media converter) for data transmission. Then, SFP vs SFP+, SFP28 vs SFP+, QSFP vs QSFP28, what are the di...

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  • Do You Know QSFP56?

    2021-01-04

    Over the past years, there have emerged various optical module form factor types with the growth of new technology and high-speed interconnects, among which QSFP56, as a member of the QSFP family, is a solution for 200G applications. What‘s the difference between QSFP56 with other QSFP family form factors? Is QSFP56 the same a...

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  • 400G OSFP Optic Transceiver Module

    2020-12-29

    OSFP stands for Octal Small Form-factor Pluggable, which consists of 8 electrical lanes, running at 50Gb/s each, for a total of the bandwidth of 400Gb/s. This post will give an introduction of 400G OSFP transceiver types, the fiber connections, and some QAs about OSFP. 400G OSFP Transceiver Types Below lists so...

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  • MWDM: 5G Fronthaul WDM Solution

    2020-12-01

    The large-scale construction of 5G new infrastructure also places higher demands on the bearer network. The 5G bearer network mainly includes 5G fronthaul networks and 5G backhaul networks. Wavelength division multiplexing(WDM) technology is the preferred solution for 5G fronthaul networks. According to the differen...

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  • 100G Single Lambda

    2020-10-22

    What Is 100G Single Lambda? 100G single lambda is an optical specification using PAM4 (four-level pulse amplitude modulation) signaling to transmit 100G data stream over one single laser/wavelength. It is first standardized by the 100G Lambda MSA (Multisource Agreement), which is an industry consortium with a common...

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  • A Comprehensive Guide to MTP® Connector

    2020-10-21

    MTP® connector is a component widely applied in high-density network applications such as most data centers, broadcast communications, and industrial control applications, and MTP® cabling has been welcomed by a large number of network installers for 40G/100G/400G high speed network systems since it came to the scene. How much...

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  • Mux ports on the CWDM/DWDM Mux Demux

    2020-09-30

    The basic function of the CWDM and DWDM Mux Demux is combining data rates of different wavelengths over the same fiber cable to increase the network capacity. Thus, channel ports supporting different wavelengths and Line ports used to connect the WDM Mux Demux are the must-have ports for these devices. Channel Po...

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