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  • Is QSFP56 backwards compatible?

    QSFP56 (Quad Small Form-Factor Pluggable Double Density) is designed to support higher data rates, specifically 200 Gigabit Ethernet (200GbE) and 400 Gigabit Ethernet (400GbE). While the physical form factor of the QSFP56 module is similar to its predecessors, such as QSFP28 (100GbE), it's important to note that the electrical and signaling specifications have evolved to accommodate the higher

  • What is the difference between LR4 and FR4?

    LR4 (Long Range 4) and FR4 (Fiber Range 4) refer to different types of optical transceivers used in high-speed data communication over fiber optic links. These modules are typically used for 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100GbE) applications and are designed for longer-distance transmissions. Here are the key differences between LR4 and FR4: LR4 (Long Range 4):Wavelengths: LR4 transceivers use four s

  • Does QSFP28 support 10G?

    No, QSFP28 (Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable 28) does not support 10G (10 gigabits per second). QSFP28 is mainly designed for 100G and 40G Ethernet applications. If you need 10G support, you would need to use a different type of transceiver, such as SFP+ (Small Form-factor Pluggable Plus) or 10G QSFP+.While the QSFP28 standard itself is not designed for 10G, there are other form factors and module

  • What is the difference between OM3 and OM4?

    OM3 and OM4 are both types of multi-mode fiber optic cables, but they have some differences in terms of their performance and capabilities.The primary difference between OM3 and OM4 is their maximum data transmission speeds and the maximum distance they can support. OM3 fiber optic cables have a maximum data transmission speed of 10 Gbps and can support distances up to 300 meters. On the other han

  • Are SFP ports faster?

    The speed of an SFP (Small Form-Factor Pluggable) port depends on the type of SFP module it accommodates. SFP ports are used in networking equipment, such as switches, routers, and network interface cards, to provide different data rates based on the type of SFP module installed. Here are some common SFP modules and their associated speeds:1G SFP: Supports a data rate of 1 Gigabit per second