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  • How far can OM2 10G reach?

    OM2 (Optical Multimode 2) is a type of multimode optical fiber commonly used for short-distance communications within a data center or campus network. OM2 fiber is specified by the ISO/IEC and TIA/EIA standards to support Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gbps) and 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 Gbps) applications. The maximum reach of OM2 fiber for 10G applications depends on the specific transceivers used and the qu

  • What is the maximum speed of SFP port?

    The maximum speed of an SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable) port depends on the specific type of SFP module being used. SFP modules support various data rates, and the most common ones include: 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second):This is the standard data rate for many SFP modules, and it's widely used for Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet applications. SFP modules that operate at 1 Gbps are often

  • What is the width of QSFP?

    The term "width" can be interpreted in different ways when referring to a QSFP (Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable) module. In the context of QSFP, it usually refers to the physical dimensions of the module.The dimensions of a QSFP module are standardized, and the width is typically measured in millimeters. The QSFP module has a width of approximately 18.35 mm (0.722 inches). This measurem

  • What is the range of QSFP+?

    The range of QSFP+ (Quad Small Form-Factor Pluggable Plus) transceivers can vary depending on the type of optical fiber used and the specific implementation. In general, QSFP+ transceivers can support distances of up to 40 kilometers over single-mode fiber and up to 300 meters over multimode fiber. However, there are also extended reach and long reach QSFP+ modules that can support even greater di

  • What is the difference between OS1 and OS2?

    OS1 and OS2 are different types of optical fiber cables used for different purposes.OS1 (Optical fiber, Single-mode) is designed for long-distance transmission. It has a smaller core and is used for applications that require larger bandwidth and longer transmission distances, such as telecommunications and long-distance networking.OS2 (Optical fiber, Single-mode, 2nd generation) is also designed f