Understanding the Modular Patch Panel

Cable management is a significant part of a network which is designed well. Managing cables have contributed to maintaining the essential function of data centers and protect devices from airflow blockages caused by unorganized and disordered cables. Therefore, users usually solve cabling problems with fiber patch panel, splicing fiber enclosure, server rack and other cable management methods. Among them, fiber…

Fiber Optic Splitter Termination Box for FTTH Applications

Fiber optic splitter termination box provides a cost-effective solution for FTTH applications. Nowadays some manufacturers provide this type of box with pre-installed fiber splitters, adapters, splice trays or pre-terminated pigtail assemblies, which help to reduce installation time and cost and satisfy different requirements of customers. Today, this post mainly focuses on the basics of splitter termination box. Fiber Optic Splitter Termination…

What Fiber Optic Attenuator Do You Use? LC Attenuator or SC?

Fiber optic attenuator is an essential passive component in the optical communication system. With the advancement of DWDM technology, as well as the potential to flexibly upgrade the reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexer (ROADM), the demand for optical attenuator is sure to soar, especially for optical variable attenuator. Types of Fiber Optic Attenuators Optical attenuator takes a number of different forms….

Unicast vs Multicast vs Broadcast: What Are the Differences?

Unicast, multicast, and broadcast are the three simple methods used to transmit packets over a network. However, do you really have a good understanding of these networking terms? Here focus on unicast vs multicast vs broadcast to tell you their differences. What Is Unicast? Unicast is defined as the connection that only between a server and a client, which means it’s…

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How to Choose PLC Splitters

PLC splitter is a simple passive component which plays an important role during the applications of technologies like GPON, EPON, and BPON. It allows a strand of fiber optic signal being equivalently split into several strands of an optical signal, which can support a single network interface to be shared by many subscribers. During the selection of a PLC splitter, split…

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Why Fiber Optics is Ideal for Cloud Computing

Fiber optic technology is still underutilized, even though it represents the cutting edge in connectivity. Seeking Alpha, a technology market news source, reported that only 11% of Internet connections use fiber optics. Cloud computing is one area of opportunity for fiber optic connectivity. Because the cloud offers infrastructure services over the Internet, the level of performance provided depends on the…