SFP Module

Optical Module Working Principle

SFP transceiver all-in-one transceiver because of its miniaturization, easy hot plug and play, support for SFF8472 standard, analog reading convenience (IIC reading), and high detection accuracy (+/-2dBm or less) and gradually become the mainstream of the use of the following SFP optical module as an example, to introduce its internal composition and the related principle […]

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LAN Switch

How Exactly Is LAN Switch Different From SAN Switch?

LAN and SAN stand for Local Area Network and Storage Area Network, respectively, and both are the primary storage networking systems in widespread use today. A LAN is a collection of computers and peripherals that share a wired or wireless communications link to servers located in different geographic areas. A SAN in a network, on

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Fusion Splicing

Detailed Explanation Of Fiber Optic Fusion Splicing

Fiber optic fusion splicing is mainly divided into four steps: stripping, cutting, fusion and protection. Stripping: refers to the fiber optic cable in the fiber optic core stripped out, which includes the outermost plastic layer, the middle of the steel wire, the inner layer of plastic and fiber optic surface color paint layer. Cutting: refers

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QSFP-DD and OSFP

Why Are 800G Optical Modules Important For AI?

In today’s fast-paced world, the need for high-speed data transfer has reached unprecedented levels.The emergence of AI applications and big models has made arithmetic a key infrastructure for the AI industry. As the need for faster communication continues to grow, high-speed optical modules have become an important component of AI servers. 1.Evolution of 800G Optical

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install fiber cable

What are the Main Installation Methods for Optical Cables?

Due to different construction conditions and requirements, optical cables may be laid in different ways in various scenarios. Common installation methods include direct burial, overhead, pipeline, underwater, and indoor installations. 1. Direct Burial Installation Direct burial, also known as direct burial installation, refers to laying optical cables directly underground in the soil. Typically, in regular

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lpo

What is Linear Drive?

What is Linear Drive? In the past two years, the concept of linear drive has gained tremendous attention and popularity. Whether it is Arista’s conference reports or the subsequent feedback and launch of related products by major semiconductor manufacturers, linear drive pluggable optics (referred to as LPO below) is steadily landing in the market. Challenges

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5G NR 1 1

Mastering 5G NR: A Comprehensive Guide to Node Types, Cell Groups and Cell Types

5G RAN can be deployed using both NSA and SA architectures. Non-Standalone (NSA) deployment involves the use of Dual Connectivity (DC). The initial 5G NSA deployment is referred to as EN-DC (EUTRA-NR Dual Connectivity), where the master node is the eNB, and the secondary node is the en-gNB (ENDC gNB). At the same time, when

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Non-uniform Fiber Splitting

The Application Scenarios of Non-Uniform Optical Splitting in ODN

Due to the low insertion loss of the cascading ports of non-uniform optical splitters, they are suitable for chain-type networking in ODN links. This article will discuss the specific scenarios where non-uniform optical splitting is applicable, as well as the networking solutions for these specific scenarios. 1. Analysis of Scenarios for Non-Uniform Optical Splitting Adaptation

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