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There are many types of fiber optic transceivers used in fiber optic transmission. Though they have the similar principle and easy to use, we will inevitably encounter some problems when using them. Here are some common questions we might have … Continue reading
1000BASE-LX/LH SFP, one of the commonly used fiber optic transceivers, is now widely used in optical transmission systems. With the development of 40/100G Ethernet, even 400G Ethernet, this kind of transceiver module is nothing new to the module users. However, … Continue reading
For the users who have the experience of using 1000Base-LX/LH SFP, they may be familiar with the mode conditioning patch cable (MCP cable). What’s mode conditioning patch cable? Why it is required for 1000Base-LX/LH applications? This post will give you … Continue reading
Fiber optic patch cord is used to link different equipment components in a network, typically switch to switch connections, where fast efficient communication is needed. It may be terminated having a a few different connectors depending of the equipment requirements. … Continue reading