Transceiver Application Introduction: First, Multimode fiber transceiver, Multimode fiber, Fiber transceiver is an Ethernet signal and optical signals interchange of Ethernet transmission medium conversion equipment, the optical fiber for transmitting data on the network is divided into multimode fiber and single-mode fiber, and the fiber core diameter of multimode fiber is 50~62.5μm, the outer diameter of cladding is 125μm, and the fiber core diameter of the corresponding Single-mode fiber is 8.3μm, outer diameter 125μm. Transceiver Applications But these technical data for us is not very intuitive, in fact, to distinguish between multimode fiber and single-mode fiber, see the color can be.
Network applications, because multimode fiber can not carry out long-distance transmission, generally can only be used in the building and the interconnection between buildings, but because multimode fiber and the corresponding fiber transceiver is relatively inexpensive, so still in a certain range has been used. For example, Transceiver Applications the office building of Xiangzi's unit uses multimode fiber, in addition, many schools to build internal campus network is also used multimode fiber. Second, Single-mode Fiber transceiver Series with the progress of technology, Single-mode fiber began to enter the long-distance network operation (from several kilometers to more than 100 kilometers), and the momentum of development is very rapid, not a few years, Transceiver Applications from the high-end applications into the ordinary people's homes, from the works of Xiangzi, now some key customers in the home network is the direct use of the fiber transceiver (so-called FTTH mode, fiber to the household), The use of optical fiber transceiver networks has become a very common form of value-added services. The various types of fiber transceivers described below are based on single-mode optical fibers.
(a) dual-fiber single network mouth so-called dual-fiber single fiber transceiver, is the use of two optical fiber (one), a group of optical transceiver to achieve the signal to light signals, optical signals to the conversion of electrical signals, remember should be 2000 years or so, Xiangzi began to contact the fiber transceiver, Transceiver Applications at the time this equipment is a high-end equipment, a pair of optical fiber transceiver to thousands of yuan, but can achieve long-distance transmission is very magical, and compared to cable transmission (modem dialing, DDN) has strong anti-interference ability, Good signal quality characteristics, so in the opening of the business especially by the user's welcome, at that time to hear the user for optical fiber networking affirmation, we as engineers and technicians in the mind is also flattered.
A fiber-optic transceiver, an Ethernet transmission media conversion unit that swaps short distance twisted-pair electrical signals and long-distance optical signals, is also known as a photoelectric converter in many places. Products are generally used in Ethernet cable can not be covered, it is necessary to use optical fiber to extend the actual network environment of transmission distance, Transceiver Applications and it is usually positioned in the access layer of broadband metropolitan Area Network, and it also plays an important role in helping to connect the last kilometre of fiber line to the metropolitan area Network and the more outer networks.
The transceiver is used in the actual network environment where the Ethernet cable is unable to cover, the fiber must be used to extend the transmission distance, and it also plays a great role in helping to connect the last kilometre of fiber line to the metropolitan area Network and the more outer networks. With a fiber-optic transceiver, it also provides a low-cost solution for users who need to upgrade their systems from copper to fiber and for lack of money, manpower, or time. The function of the optical transceiver is to convert the electrical signals we send into light signals, send them out, and, at the same time, convert the received light signals into electrical signals and enter our receiving terminals.