fiber connector

Basic Knowledge of Fiber Connector

Fiber Connectors are generally used where flexibility is needed at termination points when an optical signal is routed. One of the most prominent reasons is that repeated connections are made possible with Fiber Optic Connectors. Examples would include connections from receivers to equipment pigtails or normal termination, or when re-configuring systems. Repeated connections make it easy to meet changing customer requirements…

fiber optics

How to choose the basic 40G QSFP + optical components ?

40G LR4 QSFP+ Transceiver Conforming to the 802.3ba (40GBASE-LR4) standard, the 40G LR4 QSFP+ transceiver together with the LC connector can support an optical link length up to 10 kilometers over single mode fiber. 40G LR4 QSFP+ transceivers offer 4 independent transmit and receive channels. And to realize the function of transmitting the 4-channel signals over the single mode fiber, this…

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10G Modules —XENAKIS Module, X2 optical module,10G XFP optical module,10G SFP+ optical module

10 gigabit Ethernet is a telecommunication technology that offers data speeds up to 10 billion bits per second. 10 gigabit Ethernet (10-Gigabit Ethernet) is also known as 10GE, 10GbE or 10 GigE.10G SFP+ transceivers are multi-purpose optical modules for 10Gbit/s data. Module Types XENPAK – the original 10GbE pluggable optics.  Presents SC connectors X2 – the successor to the XENPAK.  Presents SC…

Optical add-drop multiplexer

How to Use OADM in WDM Network ?

OADM is a cost-effective and easy to use passive fiber optic component, which can provide easy to build and grow connectivity environment for WDM network. The optical add-drop multiplexer is one of the key devices to implement such optical signal processing. Use of OADM makes it possible to freely add or drop signals with arbitrary wavelengths over multiplexed optical signals…

wired and wireless network

SFlow vs NetFlow vs SNMP: What Are the Differences?

Effective network monitor and traffic management are vital for ensuring peak network performance. While SFlow, NetFlow and SNMP offer different means to monitor network traffic, a question arises from time to time: SFlow vs NetFlow vs SNMP, which is better? This article will provide some insights into the issue by addressing differences between SFlow vs NetFlow, SFlow vs SNMP and…

VPLS-Network

VPLS vs MPLS: What’s the Difference?

The Internet has undergone tremendous changes and broken the barriers from the impossibilities to the possibilities. To seamlessly and securely get access to the Internet or Web is what we’re seeking along the way. VPLS and MPLS are two competing technologies to direct network traffic, letting you have speedy data transfer and communication. What is a VPLS or MPLS network?…