The difference between single-mode fiber

- Jul 06, 2016-

Fold difference between SFP and SFP +

1, SFP, and SFP + sizes look the same;

2, SFP protocol specification IEEE802.3, SFF-8472;

Difference between folding SFP+ and XFP

1, XFP and SFP + optical fiber module are 10G, and 10G modules with other types of coverage;

2, SFP+ a smaller size than the XFP appearance;

3, because of its smaller size SFP+ signal modulation capabilities, serial/deserializer, MAC, clock and data recovery (CDR), as well as electronic

Dispersion compensation (EDC) function from the module to the motherboard on the card;

4, XFP compliance agreement: XFP MSA agreements;

5, SFP+ to comply with the Protocol: IEEE 802.3AE, SFF-8431, SFF-8432;

6, SFP+ is a more mainstream design.

7, SFP+ Protocol: IEEE 802.3AE, SFF-8431, SFF-8432.

Advantage folding SFP + optical modules

1, SFP+ is better than X2 and XFP package more compact overall dimensions (same size and SFP);

2, and XFP,X2,XENPAK of the same type can be connected directly;

3, cost is lower than XFP,X2,XENPAK.

SFP jumper categories: LC, SC, FC, TC.

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