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C700 Fiber Optic Cabinet

C700 Fiber Optic Cabinet

The indoor C700-fiber optic cabinet is made of cold rolled steel or alloy for storage of fiber optics, jumpers and related control equipment. And its also the same as the network cabinet, it consists of a frame and a cover (door). It generally has a rectangular parallelepiped shape and is placed on the floor. It can provide suitable environmental and safety protection for fiber optic cables, shielding interference, ordering and neatly arranging optical fibers for future maintenance. This is the first level assembly after the system level. A cabinet that does not have a closed structure is called a rack.

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GPON 4081 Optical modem

GPON 4081 Optical modem

GPON-4081 Optical modem is the abbreviation of modulator and demodulator. Chinese called modem (known as the data machine in Hong Kong and Taiwan). According to the homophonic sound of Modem, it is called "cat" relatives. It is a device that converts a digital signal into an analog signal by modulation at the transmitting end and converts the analog signal into a digital signal by demodulating at the receiving end. The so-called modulation is to convert the digital signal into an analog signal transmitted on the telephone line; demodulation, that is, converting the analog signal into a digital signal. The so-called modem. The English language of the modem is MODEM, which is used as a "translator" for analog signals and digital signals.

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EPON 1080 Optical modem

EPON 1080 Optical modem

EPON-1080 Optical modem, as an optical network terminal product built by FTTH network, the product complies with IEE802.3ah and has high-quality EPON access capability. The EPON ONU optical network terminal has the characteristics of high reliability, good service quality assurance, manageability, scalability, and flexible networking, which can meet the requirements of high-speed broadband access. EPON (Ethernet Passive Optical Network), as its name suggests, is an Ethernet-based PON technology. It uses a point-to-multipoint architecture, passive optical fiber transmission, and provides multiple services over Ethernet. EPON technology is standardized by the IEEE802.3 EFM working group.

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GYTY53 digital fiber optic cable

GYTY53 digital fiber optic cable

GY: Outdoor (field) optical cable for communication T: Filled structure Y: Polyethylene 5: Wrinkled steel strip 3: Polyethylene sheath Fiber optic cable GYTY53, 2~144 fiber, central strength member (steel), jelly filled, fiber-containing loose tube and PP filler (if necessary) stranded, water blocking tape, PE inner sheath, longitudinally covered copolymer coated steel Belt, PE sheath. It has two different types: single-mode GYTY53 cable and multi-mode GYTY53 cable.

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Central Tubular Light Armored Fiber Optic Ribbon Cable GYDXTW

Central Tubular Light Armored Fiber Optic Ribbon Cable GYDXTW

The ribbon 12 fibers, are positioned in a loose tube made of a high modulus plastic. The tubes are filled with a water-resistant filling compound. The tube is wrapped with a layer of PSP longitudinally. Between the PSP and the loose tube water-blocking material is applied to keep the cable compact and watertight. Two parallel steel wires are placed at the two sides of the steel tape. The cable is completed with a polyethylene (PE) sheath.

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QSFP AOC 40G Active Optical Cable fiber cable optical transceiver module manufacturer

QSFP AOC 40G Active Optical Cable fiber cable optical transceiver module manufacturer

Description of this QSFP AOC 40G Active Optical Cable fiber cable optical transceiver module manufacturer 40G QSFP+ AOC Optical module 40G QSFP+ AOC Optical module, QSFP + Active Optical Cables (AOCs

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100G QSFP Dual LC LWDM 10KM Optical Communication QSFP Module

100G QSFP Dual LC LWDM 10KM Optical Communication QSFP Module

The 100G QSFp Optical Module integrates the receiver and transmitter paths on one module. At the transmitting end, the four channels of serial data are recovered, retimed, and passed to the four laser drivers. The laser driver controls a 4-distributed feedback laser (DFB) with center wavelengths of 1296 nm, 1300 nm, 1305 nm, and 1309 nm. The optical signal is multiplexed to a single mode fiber through an industry standard LC connector. On the receiving side, the four optical data stream channels are optically demultiplexed by an integrated optical demultiplexer. Each data stream is recovered by the PIN photodetector and transimpedance amplifier and retimed. The module features a hot-swappable electrical interface, low power consumption and MDIO management interface. Designed according to the QSFP Multi-Source Agreement (MSA), the product features a form factor, optical/electrical connection and digital diagnostic interface, and is compliant with the IEEE 802.3bm standard.

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Discounts LC connector 850 1310 1550nm optic Sfp dwdm  optic transceiver module

Discounts LC connector 850 1310 1550nm optic Sfp dwdm optic transceiver module

The SFP+ DWDM optical module adopts an LC optical port and is compatible with IEEE802.3ae and SFF-8472. It has low power consumption, small size, and high speed. The SFP+DWDM optical module is capable of combining a set of optical wavelengths for transmission using one fiber. SFP+DWDM is a wavelength division multiplexing technology that can couple different wavelengths of light into a single-core fiber for transmission. SFP+DWDM requires less spacing and requires additional wavelength control devices. The advantage of SFP+DWDM is that its protocol and transmission speed are irrelevant. The DWDM-based network can transmit data using IP protocol, ATM, SONET/SDH, and Ethernet protocols, and the processed data traffic is between 100Mb/s and 400Gb/s. In this way, a DWDM-based network can transmit different types of data traffic at different speeds on a single laser channel. Mainly used in data center interconnection, SONET/SDH, metropolitan area network, 4G LET wireless network, transmission network, high-speed point-to-point link, Fibre Channel and other environments.

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