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Video Security and Surveillance Network Design With Media Converters

Media converters are simple and flexible devices coming into various types, which work on the physical layer of the network to provide a simple way to convert one media type into another. The most commonly utilized functions of media converters are distance extension by transmitting one type of signal into single-mode fiber, or introducing fiber optic cabling in the existing copper-based network without making other change. It is an ideal solution to save more money and manpower or time to upgra...
Posted on   June 22, 2016 By FS.COM
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Fiber Media Converter: What Is It and How It Works?

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 together by using a special product named fiber media converter. A fiber media converter changes signals on a copper cable to signals that run on fiber, make one cable “look” like another cable without changing the nature of the network. Due to this function, network executives who need to upgrade their systems from copper t...
Posted on   June 29, 2013 By FS.COM
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Difference Between Media Converter and Network Switch

Media converter and network switch are both widely used in today’s high speed network applications. In some scenes, one can used to replace another one. Then, which one should I choose for my network? What is the difference between media converter and network switch? This post will cover the knowledge of media converter and network switch, and explain the difference between. What Is Media Converter? Media converter is a very simple networking device that used to convert electrical signal ut...
Posted on   April 23, 2013 By FS.COM