Fiber Optic Collimators

Fiber optic collimator is an effective passive optical component used for laser beam collimating. and Fiber optic collimators come in many forms. There are more things to consider when it comes to purchasing collimators. LENS TYPE SIZE DOES MATTER SPHERICAL OR CHROMATIC ABERRATION SINGLEMODE OR MULTIMODE PAIRING, TARGETING, OR LASER PIGTAILING 0 DEGREE OR 8 DEGREE ALTERNATIVES Introduction to Fiber…

Introduction to ODC Connector

What is ODC Connector? ODC connectors are designed for the fiber to antenna (FTTA) applications. The ODC product range incorporates precision-machined rugged brass housings with two or four optical terminations in both single mode and multimode fibers. The environmentally sealed, fixed and free connectors are supported by a range of highly crush resistant, high tensile strength “tactical” style cables.ODC fiber…

OpenFlow Switch: What Is It and How Does it Work?

SDN (Software-Defined Networking) technology is generating huge interest in the networking industry due to its ability to add higher agility and scalability for networks. At the core of the SDN technology is the OpenFlow protocol, and SDN with OpenFlow switch promises flexibility and fast configuration of communication networks. So what exactly is OpenFlow and OpenFlow switch? How does OpenFlow switch…

Layer 3 Switch VS Router

When it comes to layer 3 switch and routers, many networking beginners may be confused about the two terms, because they all use IP packets, check the destination address and pass packets according to the routing rules. In terms of these aspects, they are the same. But in fact, they are different in many ways. Layer 3 switch vs router,…