Category: "Optics 101"
Along with the insertion loss, reflection and scattering of signal also occur along fiber that contributes to a degradation of the signal. more »
Fiber optic cable is known for its very low attenuation (0.2dB/km) and wide bandwidth which allows for tremendous capacity enabled fiber links to span across oceans. more »
While almost all field-deployed active optical systems are equipped with management layer on top to monitor the data-in-transit, the actual fault location in the fiber or passive equipment in a passive optical network (PON) is conventionally… more »
No, I am not talking about musical bands here, but fiber optic transmission bands. more »
Transceivers are one of the key components required for network planning. A transceiver, as the name refers, is a combination of a transmitter and a receiver in a single package while they function independently for bidirectional communication. more »