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Is G.652 Single Mode Fiber Your Right Choice?

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As we all know, multimode fiber is usually divided into OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4. Then how about single mode fiber (SMF)? In fact, the types of single mode fiber seem much more comple

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What Limits the Optical Transmission Distance

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Fiber optic network is gradually replacing copper network, because of its various advantages, like high speed, high density and high bandwidth, etc. Among which is that fiber optic

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How Does Fiberstore Guarantee the High Compatibility of Its Transceivers?

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Nowadays, more and more users tend to use the third-party compatible transceivers to save costs. When choosing the compatible transceiver modules, the most primary concern of them

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How to Reduce Various Types of Losses in Optical Fiber?

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Fiber optic cable, which is lighter, smaller and more flexible than copper, can transmit signals with faster speed over longer distance. However, many factors can influence the per

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Basics of OTDR (Optical Time-Domain Reflectometer)

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Reliable and accessible fiber links are the very foundation of a sound optical network. So in order to assess the integrity of the infrastructure, we need accurate and faster metho

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Why Not Choose a PoE Switch?

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The Power over Ethernet (PoE) lets Ethernet cables supply the power for network devices, at the same time as transmitting data in the normal way. Typical PoE users are businesses a

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Basic of Optical Distribution Frame (ODF)

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Driven by requirements for high-speed data rate, the deployment of fiber optic has been growing. As the growth of installed fiber optic, the management of optical transmission netw

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Single Strand Fiber Solution – Is It Right for You?

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It has been a long time that fiber optic system has required two strands of fiber to accomplish full duplex communications—one is for transmitting and the other is for receiving. B

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Fiber Patch Cable Management

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Deploying more fiber optic cable is just the first step to meet the high-bandwidth requirements, strong management over the fiber optic cable is a basic requirement for a successfu

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Standards and Recommendation for Fiber Optic Systems

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As the saying goes, nothing can be accomplished without norms or standards. Fiber optic systems should also need standards and recommendation to govern optical cable characteristic

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Causes of Mechanical Splice Termination Failures

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FTTH (fiber to the home) has become increasingly popular in optical communication industry. Fiber optic termination, as one of the topics which have never been out of fashion in th

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Brief Introduction to Server Power Cords

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Server is like a large computer group which is used to manage network resources. It requires power supply to support working. Server power cords are the basic assemblies to achiev

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