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  • Differences Between Switch Optical Ports and Electrical Ports

    Switches come in three types: those with only electrical ports, those with only optical ports, and those with a mix of both electrical and optical ports. There are two main port types: optical and electrical. The following information outlines the differences between switch optical ports and electrical ports, compiled by Walsun.Optical ports on switches typically require the insertion of optical m

  • Difference Between Simplex, Duplex, and Half-Duplex

    Concepts Simplex: Data transmission supports data transfer in only one direction.Duplex: Between two communication devices, bidirectional data transfer is allowed. Typically, there are two duplex modes: half-duplex and full-duplex.Full-Duplex A full-duplex system permits simultaneous bidirectional data transmission between two devices. Common telephones and mobile phones are examples of full-duple

  • Gigabit Ethernet Module: SFP to RJ45 Solution

    During network deployment, it is common to encounter situations where one end of the network device has a Gigabit optical port while the other end has a Gigabit electrical port. The optical port accommodates optical modules that connect to fiber optics, while the electrical port accommodates Ethernet cables, making direct connection impossible. Regular 10 Gigabit optical modules cannot fulfill thi

  • 400Gb/s QSFP-DD SR8 100m Optical Module Overview

    QDD-400G-SR8 Transceiver is a parallel 400Gb/s quad small form-factor pluggable double density (QSFP-DD) optical module. It enhances port density and saves overall system costs. The QSFP-DD full-duplex optical module provides 8 independent transmit and receive channels, each capable of operating at speeds of 53.125Gb/s aggregating to 400Gb/s data rate over 100 meters OM3 multimode fiber.Figure:400

  • How to Choose Between Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet Modules

    I. What are Gigabit Ethernet Modules? Their Use Cases.Gigabit Ethernet modules are optical-to-electrical modules designed for Gigabit Ethernet, with RJ45 interfaces. By using SFP Ethernet modules to convert SFP optical ports into RJ45 Ethernet ports, they meet the demands for Gigabit SFP connection solutions in Ethernet, carrier, and enterprise networks.Figure:1.25GSFPGigabit Ethernet modules have