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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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GBIC vs SFP: When It’s Best to Use GBIC and When to Use SFP

GBIC (gigabit interface converter) and SFP (small form-factor pluggable) are both standards for fiber optic transceivers. Basically SFP is smaller than GBIC in size. Both GBIC and SFP have a variety of interface types and each type operates over specific … Continue reading

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How Much Do You Know About SFP Transceiver?

What is really a SFP transceiver? SFP transceiver is a hot-pluggable fiber transceiver, of which the SFP stands for Small Form-factor Pluggable. The mechanical, electronic, and optical design and gratifaction derive from a Multi-source Agreement (MSA) within the fiber telecom … Continue reading

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