Category Archives: Fiber Optic Transceivers

Transceiver Module Temperature: How Much Do You Know?

Transceiver module temperature has an important effect on the function of communication system. If the temperature of transceiver module is over its given range, it will cause transmission delays, drastically reduced output and network partitions. This article will give a … Continue reading

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10GBASE-CX4 vs DAC Cable vs 10GBASE-SR: Which Is the Best Option for 10G Network in Short Reach?

10 Gigabit Ethernet, defined by the IEEE 802.3ae, was first ratified in 2002. With the increasing demand for faster data transmission and greater capacity over the network, 10GbE has been widely deployed. Nowadays, for short range, data center administrators have … Continue reading

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SFP Compatibility Guide and How to Use a Compatible SFP Module?

With the development of fiber optic technology, a large amount of compatible SFP transceiver modules have been employed in the data center. However, there are still some doubts and worries about the compatibility and interoperability of SFP transceiver modules now. Therefore, here … Continue reading

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SFP Port vs RJ45, Which is Good for Switch Cascading?

Gigabit switch that offering greater speeds and compatibility has gained in much momentum in the field of networking. And with the unceasing demand for more bandwidth, the network will grow to the point that we need to connect several gigabit switches … Continue reading

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Mini GBIC vs SFP: Is It the Same?

We’ve got very familiar with GBIC transceiver: short for gigabit interface converter, it is developed in 2000 as a hot swappable transceiver that commonly used in Gigabit Ethernet and Fiber Channel. But as the demand for higher bandwidth and transmission … Continue reading

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