XFP is a major standard protocol for 10G pluggable optical modules. Typical wavelengths of 850 nm, 1310 nm, 1550 nm, also support CWDM, DWDM wavelength division multiplexing of the wavelength, mainly used in 10G SDH optical transmission network, 10G fiber channel, 10G Ethernet and other fields.
XFP has a similar SFF-8472 digital diagnostic capabilities, and more powerful, XFP can support more management tools to achieve the function of the module.
XFP's multi-source protocol (MSA) directly uses the XFI interface specification to define the circuit interface, fully meet the SDH optical transmission network OC-192 / STM-64 9953.28 Mbit / s rate requirements.
The XFP rate is 10G and is a standardized package for serial optical transceivers. XFP It fully complies with the following standards: 10G Fiber Channel, 10G Ethernet, SONET / OC-192 and SDH / STM-64.
XFP optical modules are mainly used for data transmission and fiber transmission network transmission
The XFP module is a hot-swappable, serial-serial optical transceiver with a small board area that can support SONET OC-192, 10 Gbps Ethernet, 10 Gbps Fiber Channel, and G.709 links The
XFP is a standardized package for serial 10G optical transceivers. XFP It is independent of the protocol and is fully compliant with the following standards: 10G Ethernet, 10G Fiber Channel, SONET / OC-192 and SDH / STM-64.
The XFP optical transceiver module is used for fiber-optic connections in data communications and telecommunications networks and has the advantage of having smaller pins than other 10G optical transponders (such as XENPAK, X2). XFP The motherboard's electrical interface is a standardized 10G serial interface called XFI.