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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
In optical communication system, fiber patch cables and optical transceivers are necessities to complete the pathway for optical signal, enabling data to transmit between devices. To ensure that the fiber system has sufficient power for correct operation, it is vitally … Continue reading
We have always emphasized that proper fiber cleaning of connector end-face is very important to ensure the performance of the whole fiber systems. In fact, optical transceiver module is no exception as the contamination of the optical port of a … Continue reading
Overview As the technology and market of fiber optic transceivers continue to mature, 3rd-party optical transceivers are now widely used in optical transmission solutions. In order to ensure compliance, 3rd-party optical transceivers need to be tested and verified before inserting … Continue reading
Do you know that there is a fiber tester inside your optical transceiver? This “fiber tester” we call it DOM, which is short for Digital Optical Monitoring. DOM is a feature which enables the monitoring of some interesting status values … Continue reading