Optical module GLC-BX-D Compatible 20KM
GLC-BX-D Compatible 20KM 1.25G SFP BIDI Transceiver
GLC-BX-D compatible 1.25G SFP BIDI Single fiber 1490nm/1310nm 20KM Transceiver
|SFP||:Type||Optical Transceiver||:Product Name|
|TX:1490nm/ RX: 1310nm||:Wavelengt||1.25Gb/s||:Bandwidth|
|2years||Warranty||-20~70 C -40~85 C||:Operating temperature|
A fiber optic transceiver is a module that transmits and receives information through a fiber optic cable instead of a power wire. The medium used to transmit signals from one end to another is a light beam, often referred to as a laser beam. Conversely, an electric wire uses electric current as a medium to transmit signals.
Fiber optic communications have completely changed the landscape of the networking world. It has enabled high-speed networks and efficient and reliable data transmission. All fiber optic networks use optical transceivers, which are hot-swappable modules attached to communication equipment. A variety of optical receivers have been developed and are currently used in various networks around the world. This article provides insight into the different types of optical receivers, the applications that can use the optical receivers, and also explains how CBO-IT optical receivers can be used with communications equipment from several original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Gives.
In what applications can the optical transceiver be used?
Optical transceivers are used for a large number of networks and are usually protocol independent. Optical transmitters are physical layer devices and their purpose is only to send and receive data in the form of optical pulses. These light pulses are then converted into bits and presented to the communication equipment. The main applications of photoreceptors are:
- Fibre Channel
Ethernet is the most widely used network technology. Almost every data network uses Ethernet as its core technology. Another widely used technology is Fiber Channel, which is primarily used for storage networks. Fiber Channel uses custom optical transceivers to support the Fiber Channel protocol and speeds that differ from Ethernet standards. For example, Ethernet optical transmitters are available with bandwidths of 1 Gbps, 10 Gbps, 40 Gbps, and 100 Gbps, while Fiber Channel optical transmitters are available at 4 Gbps, 8 Gbps per second, 16 Gbps, 32 Gbps etc. are available.
InfiniBand optical transceivers are also used in certain networks that use the InfiniBand protocol. QSFP optical transceivers support InfiniBand. Other less commonly used receivers are SDH/SONET optical transmitters used in active optical networks. These enable faster communication over fiber optic cables in a large-scale network that can be spread over a large physical and geographical area. SDH/SONET also enables multi-protocol transmission.
Is the Eriont fiber optic module compatible with other brands on the market?
Optical modules of standards-based equipment with form factor, pin configurations and other electrical and optical parameters are exactly the same for each manufacturer. It is not necessary to use the equipment manufacturer’s optical module with the equipment, but any standard optical transmitter can be used. Eriont optical transmitters offer a wide range of choices and are fully standards-based, so it can be used with almost any standard-compliant equipment manufacturer. Leading vendors supported by Everiont optical modules include:
Made in Iran – compatible with various products in the market – 2 years warranty