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Preparation for Qualified FTTH Network Installation. During the equipment installation of FTTH network, contamination is the greatest problem which should be noticed in the optical networks.
Along the link distance, a single particle mated into the core of a fiber can cause optical insertion loss, return loss (ORL), and equipment damage. So visual inspection is required to determine if fiber optic connectors are clean before mating them. This tutorial will tell about inspection and cleaning issues for FTTH network deployment before equipment installation. Fiber Connector Inspection The inner-most zones of connectors are more likely to be contaminated that outer zones. Use the microscope to inspect connector endface.If it’s not clean, use cleaning tools to clean the optics.Make sure there is no contamination on the endface and connect fiber interfaces.
Optical Fiber Interface Inspection Optical fiber interface inspection includes two situations. Cleaning Methods There are dry and damp cleaning methods. Typical Acceptance Values Conclusion. FS.COM Introduced LC Uniboot Fiber Patch Cables. June 20th, Shenzhen, FS.COM News – FS.COM recently introduced LC uniboot fiber patch cables to achieve more effective cable management in high-density network environment.
As today's networking environment becomes increasing dependent on high-speed and high-density solutions, effective cable management is a real issue. And the key concern is how to manage more cables in a smaller amount of space. FS.COM introduced LC uniboot fiber patch cables to meet this requirement. The LC uniboot fiber patch cables reduce cable management space by 68% compared to standard patch cords, and they have a more compact design when compared to traditional duplex zipcord assemblies. These assemblies contain two LC connectors encased in a common housing with one boot, terminated on a single, round, two-fiber cable. FS.COM LC uniboot fiber patch cables are available in 9/125 single-mode types and 10G OM3 and 10G OM4 multimode types with PVC jacket or LSZH jacket. Optics and Cables for Arista 7280E Network Design - Blog of FS.COM. Today’s cloud data applications, such as Big Data, are distributed applications running on server clusters with many-to-many communication patterns.
The performance of distributed Big Data applications depends critically on the packet buffer size of the data center switches in the network fabric. There are two types of switch chips commonly used in data center switches. One uses on-chip shared SRAM (Static Random Access Memory) buffers, while the other uses external DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) buffer. This article will introduce the large buffer switches—Arista 7280E series switches. Arista 7280E Series Switches Overview. Connection Guide for Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series Switches - Blog Of FS.COMBlog Of FS.COM. Cisco Catalyst 3750 series switches impressed many network engineers in the past days when 10G back-bone at full steam.
They are ideal switches for access layer in many midsize enterprises. Even now, when 40/100G are becoming the back-bone of transmission network, many companies still use Cisco Catalyst 3750 series switches at layer 3. This series can offer forwarding rates from 32G to 128G (Catalyst 3750-E switch series). This post will offer detailed information about Cisco Catalyst 3750 series switches and the connection solutions. What Distance Can 100G QSFP28 Transceiver Support? The rapid growing bandwidth keeps driving the need for 100G transceivers to build data centers, enterprise, long-haul networks.
Just as 1G, 10G optical modules, 100G QSFP28 transceivers also have single-mode and multimode categories to support short and long distance network links. So what kind of 100G QSFP28 transceivers are included? What distance can each 100G QSFP28 support? 100G QSFP28–Supported Distance Below 1km. Does Multimode SFP Work Over Single-mode Fiber Cable? When you prepare to connect some SFPs with fiber patch cords, you may find SFPs are multimode modules while your fiber cables are single-mode.
Try to connect those optics to fiber cable, but no green light and the link fails. So multimode SFPs can’t work over single-mode fiber cables. To avoid the wasting of time and money, you should better know well about single-mode and multimode SFPs and fiber patch cords. Single-mode and Multimode SFP SFP, small form factor pluggable transceiver, can support the data rate up to 1Gbps. For single-mode SFPs, there are “LX” for 1310 nm and “EX” “EZX” for 1550 nm. Wavelength: 1310 nmInterface: LC duplexMax Cable Distance: 15 kmMax Data Rate: 1000MbpsCable Type: SMF. QSFP+ Universal Transceiver—QSFP-40G-UNIV Tutorial.
There are many challenges faced during data center or network upgrade.
How to simplify network management and decrease the cost without affecting the transmission quality is always the hot topic. A lot of data centers and networks upgrading from 10G to 40G are also facing such challenges. Cost and deployment time are being increased because of the different cabling structures of 10G network and 40G network. In addition, upgrading to 10G to 40G network is also limited in transmission distance over multimode fibers. Check out All CWDM Transceiver Modules. Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) is one of WDM technologies.
It uses up to 20 different wavelengths for data transmission over a single fiber. CWDM applies coarse wavelength grid and it allows low-cost, uncooled lasers, which makes CWDM systems less expensive and consuming less power. There are many optical equipment applying CWDM technology. This article will introduce CWDM optical transceivers.
CWDM Transceivers. Difference Between Cisco GLC-SX-MM and Cisco GLC-SX-MMD. Cisco 1000BASE SFPs keep a huge market share in the optic area.
Cisco SFPs offer users optical solutions for long distance and short distance transmission. For short distance, there are 1000BASE SX SFP, such as Cisco GLC-SX-MM and Cisco GLC-SX-MMD. Though these two modules have great similarity, they are actually different. Then what’s the difference? Interconnection Solution for Juniper QFX5100 Series Switches - Blog of FS.COM. The data center is continuously undergoing a fundamental shift to support higher speed interfaces at the access layer.
Typically, the shift is happening from 1GbE interfaces to 10GbE in the access layer. However, to support high-density 10GbE interfaces, the core and aggregation layers need to support even high-speed interfaces such as 40GbE. The juniper QFX5100 was specifically designed to solve the high port density in data centers. In this article, we will briefly introduce the Juniper QFX5100 series and offer some interconnection options for you.
Juniper QFX5100 Product Overview The Juniper QFX5100 line of access and aggregation switches delivers low latency, flexible deployment options, making it the industry’s nimblest family of switches. As a typical high density solution, each 10GbE interface of this series is tri-speed and supports 100 Mbps, 1 GbE, or 10 GbE. How to Select the Suitable Copper Patch Panel? - Blog of FS.COM. In the data center, copper patch panel is an ideal method to create a flexible, reliable and tidy cabling system. Today, various types copper patch panels can be found in the market, such as shielded or unshielded, flat or angled, etc. So how to select the most suitable one for your applications?
This article will guide you to make the right decision. What Is Copper Patch Panel? Optimize Data Center Cabling with FS.COM HD LC Uniboot Push-Pull Patch Cables. Oct. 24th, Shenzhen, FS.COM News – FS.COM HD LC uniboot push-pull patch cables with integrated push-pull tab and unique QuickFlip polarity reversal design are the ideal solution for high-density patching environments, which allow users to easily manage more cables in a tight space. As today’s networking environment becomes increasingly dependent on high-speed and high-density solutions, effective cable management also becomes more intractable than before. How to manage more cables in a smaller amount of space?
Maybe you will think of the LC uniboot patch cables. FS.COM LC uniboot patch cable utilises a special “round duplex” cable that allows duplex transmission within a single 3.0mm cable, which reduces cable management space by up to 70% comparing to standard LC patch cables. Besides, it has a unique QuickFlip polarity reversal design allows the fiber polarity to be easily reversed without the use of any tools, allowing this cable to facilitate improved airflow within a data center. Introduction to Active WDM System - Blog of FS.COM. At present, as most companies are planning for disaster recovery scenarios more than ever, many data centers have multiple geographic locations for minimizing disruptions when unexpected events occur.
But how to connect these locations? Usually, the dark fibers are used to accomplish the connection. With the growing quantity of data being transferred, it is becoming increasingly popular to maximize the throughput of that dark fiber using WDM (wavelength division multiplexing). There are passive and active WDM systems. This article mainly focuses on active WDM system. Features of Passive and Active Solutions. STP vs. UTP, Which One Is Better? - Fiber Optic Equipment Solutions. When you prepare to buy Ethernet cables, you have to choose between STP (shielded twisted pair) and UTP (unshielded twisted pair) cables. That’s really difficult to decide if you don’t have enough knowledge of these two kinds of cables. Do you want to know more? Read this article and you will find the answer. Why Are There STP and UTP Cables? FS.COM Expands User-Friendly FMU Series CWDM Mux/DeMux Products.
Oct. 10th, Shenzhen, FS.COM News – FS.COM recently has introduced a new series of self-developed CWDM Mux/DeMux modules named FMU series, which show new design, new texture, and more user-friendly characteristics. With lower power consumption, and good flexibility, CWDM (Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing) technology makes full use of the low loss bandwidth of optical fiber to achieve ultra high bit rate transmission. CWDM units are flexible plug-and-play network solutions that allow network operators to cost effectively implement point-to-point or ring-based WDM optical networks. FS.COM has taken great effort on the Mux/DeMux unit R&D and launched a new series of CWDM Mux/DeMux modules. Compared with the traditional versions, the new FMU series CWDM Mux/DeMux modules show completely new characteristics and are more user-friendly. Besides the CWDM Mux/DeMux listed above, FS.COM also provides other types of CWDM/DWDM Mux/DeMux.
Which Ethernet Cable Should You Choose? - Fiber Optic Equipment Solutions. Ethernet cable is one of the media transmitting signals to a home or business network place. Although the world is going wireless today, Ethernet cable is still used in many situations due to its advantages of fast speed, high reliability and security. But when you decide to buy the Ethernet cables, you will get confused about which category to choose. Advice on Patch Cable Selection for Optical Transceiver - Fiber Optic Equipment Solutions. Fiber optic network connection can’t be achieved without fiber optic transceivers and fiber patch cables.
Fiber optic transceivers vary from transmission media, interface, transmission distance, data rate, and brand, for example, SFP for 1000Mbps, SFP+ for 10G, QSFP+ for 40G, CFP and QSFP28 for 100G. It’s not difficult to identify these transceivers. Rack Mount Fiber Enclosure Designs and Applications - Blog of FS.COM. Rack mount fiber enclosure shall be designed to house, organize and manage fiber terminations, connections, and patching in all applications, which provides the highest fiber densities and port counts in the industry contributing to better rack space utilization and minimizing floor space. How to Make Your Own Ethernet Cables? - Fiber Optic Equipment Solutions. Better to Choose Underfloor Cabling? How to Build That? - Blog of FS.COM. In today’s data center, when do the cable installation, one should consider not only the equipment operational efficiency, network performance, but also the ability to the future cable growth.
To meet the good cable management, cables can be installed overhead or underfloor. Cabling Connectivity Options for 40G BiDi Transceiver. How to Build Optimal Data Center Infrastructure and Achieve Efficiency? - Blog of FS.COM. An essential task of the data center administrator is the planning of the IT infrastructure which depends on the actual and future requirements. SFP+ Fiber Module or 10GBASE-T SFP+ for 10GbE Network? - Fiber Optic Equipment Solutions. The dramatic growth in data center requires the higher-performance servers, storage and interconnects.
Fiber Cable Installation for Modular System and Pre-terminated System - Blog of FS.COM. Once you designed fiber optic network infrastructure, you are gonna purchase optical equipment. SFP+ Direct Attach Copper Twinax Cable Deployment Considerations - Blog of FS.COM. As 10G SFP+ direct attach copper twinax cables (DACs) and transceivers become common for top of rack (ToR) applications in the data centre, where small access switches or port extenders connect directly to servers, SFP+ DACs were developed specifically as a cost-effective alternative to optical modules for these short-reach, high-speed interconnects.
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