​Fiber Transceiver Selection Compatibility

Update:20 Aug 2018
Summary:

Since the Fiber Converter is one of the regional networ […]

Since the Fiber Converter is one of the regional network connector devices, it must consider the compatibility with the surrounding environment, and the stability and reliability of its own products. On the contrary, the price is lower and the customer's Favor!

1. Does it support full-duplex and half-duplex?

Some chips on the market can only use full-duplex environment and cannot support half-duplex. If you connect to other brands of switches (SWITCH) or hub (HUB), and it uses half-duplex mode, it will definitely cause serious conflicts. And lost packets.

2. Have you tested the connection with other fiber optic transceivers?

There are more and more optical transceiver transceivers on the market. The compatibility of different brands of transceivers has not been tested beforehand, which will result in packet loss, long transmission time, and rapid and slow.

3. Is there a safety device to prevent packet loss?

In order to reduce the cost, some manufacturers often use the register data transmission mode when manufacturing the optical transceiver transceiver. The biggest disadvantage of this method is that the transmission is unstable and packet loss, and the best is to use the buffer circuit design. It is safe to avoid data loss.

4, temperature adaptability?

When the fiber optic transceiver itself is used, it will generate high heat. When the temperature is too high (cannot be greater than 85 ° C), does the fiber optic transceiver work normally? It is a factor that is very worth considering by customers!

5. Is there an IEEE802.3u standard?

If the optical transceiver meets the IEEE802.3 standard, the delay time is controlled at 46 bits. If it exceeds 46 bits, the distance transmitted by the optical transceiver will be shortened!

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