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How to Select the Suitable Copper Patch Panel?

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In the data center, copper patch panel is an ideal method to create a flexible, reliable and tidy cabling system. Today, various styles of copper patch panels can be found in the m

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Go Wireless With Fiber Optic System

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People now cannot live without advance wireless technologies, mobile phone is the typical example. The using of mobile phone improves our life a lot. However, without strong enough

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Understanding J-Hooks in Cable Support Systems

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Cable support systems including cable tray, raceway and J-hooks (i.e. J-hook fastens) support cables from the telecommunications room to a work area. Among them, J-hooks are a flex

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Centralized Splitting vs Distributed Splitting in PON Based FTTH Networks

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Passive optical network (PON) based FTTH access network is a point-to-multipoint, fiber to the premises network architecture in which passive optical splitters are used to enable a

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Introduction to Active WDM System

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At present, as most companies are planning for disaster recovery scenarios more than ever, many data centers have multiple geographic locations for minimizing disruptions when unex

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Interconnection Option for Cisco Catalyst 6800 Series Switches

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The proliferation of Internet, e-commerce, multimedia applications, and telecommuting inevitably leads to the explosion in data traffic. Data communication networks around the worl

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How to Get a Wired Home Network With Ethernet Cable?

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When moving to a new house, most people would likely to choose Wi-Fi to get the network as laying cable in the house is too complicated and makes room messy. But the wired network

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Things You Should Know About Ethernet System

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With Ethernet systems providing flexible ways of transmitting voice, data and multimedia over integrated networks, Ethernet patch cords are becoming a familiar part of the network.

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Guideline for Fixed Fiber Attenuator

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As a beginner in fiber optic network, I used to think that the optical power should be as strong as possible. Even sometimes we use optical amplifiers to improve the optical signal

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Data Center Pre-terminated Copper Trunk Cable Solution

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Fiber optic cables, with their benefits of longer transmission distance and less EMI, have been highly recommended to use as the next generation media of data transmission. However

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