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Guideline for Copper Cabling Installation

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Copper cabling has been in use since electricity was invented and its quality has continued to improve. Network managers pick copper cabling for various reasons. For instance, copp

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How to Build Enterprise Wireless Network over PoE?

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In enterprise, the requirement of WiFi connection is very essential to accommodate today’s business trend – connecting mobile devices to business or corporate networks including An

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Ethernet Patch Cables VS. Cross-Over Cables

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Ethernet network cables such as Cat5e cables, Cat6 cables, and Cat6a cables are some of the most popular forms of cables that are used to connect devices on local area networks suc

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Transceivers and Cables Supported for Brocade ICX 7750 Switch

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For today’s enterprise campus and data center networks, the network core and aggregation layers are upgrading from 10 GbE to 40 GbE. Many applications including High-Definition (HD

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Solid or Stranded Conductor Cable, Which to Choose?

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The development of global economy has brought the world closer and closer. And this connection owes to Ethernet cables–one of the most important connectivity devices. Ethernet cabl

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Understand Ports On CWDM and DWDM MUX/DEMUX

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It is quite common to use CWDM or DWDM to increase the existing fiber optic network without adding any fibers. Using WDM MUX/DEMUX is necessary to build a CWDM or DWDM network. Now

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Optimize Network Capacity with Ribbon Optical Cable

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Since the transmission protocols progress to higher and higher data rates, local area network (LAN) campus, building backbones and data centers are expected to employ cables with g

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How to Build a Home Network?

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You may want to connect your desktops, laptops, printers and other machines at your home to the internet and achieve the information sharing. Perhaps you just want to connect your

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Plug Boot Options for Ethernet Patch Cables

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The connectors terminated with Ethernet patch cables are commonly known as RJ-45 connectors. When purchasing Ethernet patch cables, you might be wondering that not all Ethernet pat

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Network Interconnection for Arista 7500R Series Switch

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There is a tendency nowadays that large-scale data centers and networks demand for a mix of 10Gb, 40Gb and 100Gb Ethernet interface speeds, with the purpose of utilizing a wider ra

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Is Splice Better Than Connector for FTTH Drop Cable Installations?

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When designing FTTH network, engineers have to choose the right interconnection solutions for FTTH drop cable. Both splice and connector are widely used for FTTH deployment. To sel

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Tight-Buffered Fiber Distribution Cables for Indoor and Outdoor Use

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Optical fibers with fiber counts ranging from 2 to 144 counts or more are usually coated together inside a single strand of fiber optic cable for better protection and cabling. Mul

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