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A: Do I really need to be concerned about bend radius? B: Yes, bend radius is a real issue. The question “A” asked is a common question in fiber optic cable installation. And thanks “B” to show us the right … Continue reading
Today is Monday. And a new week began again. I am glad to be here and share some information about fiber optic transceivers. Recently, an old topic about compatible transceiver modules has been brought forward again in my community. Many … Continue reading
Overview LAN (Local Area Network) is a common computer network of nowadays. It spans a relatively small area, such as home, colleges and universities, computer laboratory, office building or group of buildings etc. LAN is a combined group of computers, … Continue reading
Network Cabling is important for smooth running of business in big organizations where you can find innumerable computers nowadays. Structured cabling is the first step toward all business networks because it provides impeccable connectivity between computers, servers, and lots of … Continue reading
Optical fiber is a flexible and transparent fiber made of glass or plastic that transmits light between the two ends of the fiber. Generally used in fiber optic communications, which permit transmissions over longer distances and at higher bandwidths, optical … Continue reading