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Things You Should Know about Gigabit Ethernet

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Gigabit Ethernet is a new version of Ethernet with transferring rates of 1 Gigabit per second. It is widely used in local area networks (LANs) with 10 and 100Mbps cards. The first Gigabit Ethernet standard (802.3z) was ratified by the … Continue reading

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The key physical parameters of fiber optic link

After the installation of fiber optic cabling system, it is needed to test the link transmission characteristics, including several most important test projects like link attenuation characteristics, connector insertion loss, return loss, etc. Following is a brief introduction of the … Continue reading

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Ethernet Over Copper Maybe Necessary for Your High Speed Network Architecture

For a long time, copper network that constructed of a massive and revolutionary network copper wires has being in the dominant position in the network architecture enabling us to talk with each other through these newfangled telephones. Under the fact that people’s desire … Continue reading

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Custom OEM Fiber Optic Network Solutions from FiberStore

Located in China “Silicon Valley”, Shenzhen, FiberStore is one of industry’s fastest growing fiber optic network equipment manufacturers with good reputations over the Internet. We are specialized in providing high quality, cost-effective OEM fiber optic products especially fiber optic transceivers to our … Continue reading

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Protocol Converters Overview

Protocol converter, referred to as protocol translator, is a mechanism that switches the protocol of one machine to match the protocol of another, with each protocol based on many factors. Protocols are software installed on the routers, which convert the … Continue reading

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