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Fiber Media Converter: What Is It and How It Works?

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If you have a network that uses the older type of copper cables and another network that utilizes faster and more reliable fiber optic cables, it is possible to connect them togeth

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Quick View of Ethernet Cables Cat5, Cat5e And Cat6

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Ethernet cables are widely used in wired networks. Usually these cables connect devices in local area networks like Ethernet switches, routers and PCs. If you’re researching the di

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Introduction to Fiber Optic Splice Closure

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In order to meet the stringent protection requirements of fiber optic splices, fiber optic splice closures, also called fiber splicing closures, are usually used to provide space f

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OM3 vs OM4 Multimode Fiber: Which Should I Choose?

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Multimode fiber (MMF) offers users the opportunity to extend link distances, increase network reliability, and lower costs by centralizing electronics. OM3 multimode fiber has been

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How To Repair the Accidentally Cut Fiber Optic Cable?

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Fiber optic cable can be accidentally damaged, cut or smashed. According to the Electronic Technicians Association, one of the main cause of optical fiber failure is “backhoe fade”

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How Many Fiber Connector Types Do You Know?

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Fiber connectors, also called fiber optic cable connectors, are often used to link optical fibers where a connect or disconnect capability is needed. Fiber optic cable connectors c

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WDM PON And TWDM PON Technology

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After the 10Gigabit PON(Passive Optical Network), WDM(Wavelength-division multiplexing) technology entered into traditional TDM PON fields. In April 2012, standard organization FSA

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How To Test Ethernet Cable With Network Cable Tester

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Whether installing new cable or troubleshooting existing cable, cable testing plays an important role in the process. But do you know the process of using cable tester to test Ethe

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MTP/MPO Cable Assembly – the Game Changer of Data Center Cabling

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Data centers are striding forward to support increasingly faster speeds and higher density throughout the network. With 40G and 100G emerging as the irreversible trend scales data

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How Does Optical Splitter Work In GEPON Network

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With the growing demand of broadband, passive optical network (PON) is the most promising NGN (Next Generation Networking) technology to meet the demand currently. GEPON (Gigabit E

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Common Passive Fiber Optical Splitters

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Fiber optic splitter, also named fiber optic coupler or beam splitter, is a device that can distribute the optical signal (or power) from one fiber among two or more fibers. Fiber

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