GBIC vs Media Converter Comparison and Application

In the field of optical communications, many devices have similar functions, such as GBIC vs media converter. They can be considered as the equipment for photoelectric conversion. But do you know their corresponding operating principles? How can the optical transceiver be used in conjunction with the media converter? In this article we are going to […]

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Managed Media Converter and Unmanaged Media Converter Basics

As is known to all, fiber media converter is a simple networking device which can connect two dissimilar media types such as twisted pair cable with fiber optic cable. And it can support many different data communication protocols including Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, etc. According to the network to points, media converters can be […]

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Applications of Ethernet to Fiber Media Converter

The copper-based Ethernet network has limited data transmission distance of 100 meters when using unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable. Besides, this network link is very likely to be influenced by EMI (Electromagnetic Interference) which can cause the network corruption. So how to solve these two troubles? Now this tutorial will introduce Ethernet to fiber media […]

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Media Converter Basics

While fiber optic technology has been developed and deployed in telecommunications for many years, network complexity still exists within the Local Area Network (LAN), accompanied by users’ increasing demands for higher network speeds and greater bandwidth. Media converters can just provide solutions for those problems by utilizing fiber when it is needed and integrating new […]

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