Data Center Solutions Construction and operation of data center will break the distributed construction mode. High centralized management of dynamic use of physical resources and virtual resources ...
FTTx Solutions Along with the fast deployment of FTTX and its worldwide application. Sopto Technology offers an end-to-end infrastructure solution for central office (CO), optical distribution...
LTE Solutions In telecommunication, Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is a standard for high-speed wireless communication for mobile devices and data terminals, based on the GSM/EDGE and...
10G SFP Transceiver Series Sopto provides a series of 10G transceiver modules, including SFP+, XFP, BIDI SFP+, BIDI XFP, CWDM/DWDM SFP+; They are designed for using in 10G Ethernet, 10G Fiber Channel, SONET/SDH OC-192/STM-64, and OTN OTU2e links. Digital diagnostics functions. RoHS compliant.
XPON ONU Series ONU of user side provides interface for services like data, internet video, CATV and VOIP, wifi. By applying Ethernet, GEM protocol and so on, to implement transparent transmission of user data in PON system.
WDM Networking Solution WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) technology was developed to expand capacity of networks. WDM system uses a Multiplexer at the transmitter to combine several wavelengths together, each one carry different signal with bite-rate up to 10G and a demultiplexer at the receiver to split them apart.
SFP+ MPO Cable On Sale As a manufacturer of optical modules for data centers,sopto offers optical modules with different data rate to meet the different needs of our customers, and we also accept customized services. All optical transceivers are RoHS compliant and could be 100% compatible with branding equipment, such as Cisco, Extreme, Juniper, HP, H3C, Linksys etc
SFP Module On Sale As a manufacturer of optical modules for data centers,sopto offers optical modules with different data rate to meet the different needs of our customers, and we also accept customized services. All optical transceivers are RoHS compliant and could be 100% compatible with branding equipment, such as Cisco, Extreme, Juniper, HP, H3C, Linksys etcPart No.DescriptionPriceDetailsSPT-P131G-10D/20D1.25G 1310nm 10/20km DDM SFP$3.85/PCPDFSPT-PB351G-L20D1.25G 1310nm 20km DDM SFP $4.2/PCPDFSPT-PB531G-L20D1.
SFP Module Transceivers Sopto provides standardized transceivers Modules and customized transceivers Modules for data-rate of 1-100G network. Types of Dual fiber/ Single fiber and wavelengths of 850nm/ 1310nm/ 1490nm/ 1550nm/ CWDM 1270 - 1610nm/ DWDM wavelengths and transmitting distance from 30m up to 150km can be selected. Digital Diagnostic Function are also available. All optical transceivers Modules are RoHS compliant and could be 100% compatible with branding equipment, such as Cisco, Extreme, Juniper, HP etc.
Fiber Optic Cable Fiber Optic Cable, also known as an optical fiber cable, is an assembly similar to an electrical cable, but containing one or more optical fibers that are used to carry light. The optical fiber elements are typically individually coated with plastic layers and contained in a protective tube suitable for the environment where the cable will be deployed. Different types of cable are used for different applications, for example long distance telecommunication, or providing a high-speed data connect
Fiber Optic Patch Cords Fiber patch cords are used to connect one device to another for signal transmission. The fiber jumper is a connector that is installed at both ends for the device; only one end is equipped with a connector, which is a pigtail. Depending on the type of fiber, there are single mode jumpers and multimode jumpers. According to the structure of the connector, it can be divided into FC, SC, ST, LC, MTRJ, MPO, MU, E2000, DIN, and the like.
GPON ONU Dual WIFI For 2.4G & 5G Now 5g construction has set off a wave of enthusiasm, 5G networks have significant improvements in throughput, latency and number of conn ections, compared with 4G networks. 5G is the next phase of mobile technology and is widely believed faster, smarter and more efficient than 4G.
ONU 1GE Series GPON is the latest generations of access network technology. ITU-T G.984 is the standard protocol of GPON. EPON is the latest generations of access network technology. IEEE802.3ah is the standard protocol of EPON. PON networks provides the reliability and performance expected for business services and provides an attractive way to deliver residential services. GPON enables Fiber To The Home (FTTH) deployments economically resulting to accelerated growth worldwide
What is a DWDM used for?
Similar to CWDM’s mentioned in questions 3 and 4 DWDM’s are used to increase the amount of information or systems that can be transmitted over a single fiber. The DWDM’s will allow for many more channels using much tighter channel spacing. Typical DWDM’s will allow for but not limited to 32, 40 and 44 channels, while the 50GHz spacing will double that and allow for 64, 80 and 88 channels.
What is a DWDM?
DWDM stands for Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexer. DWDM’s allow you to multiplex or demultiplex more than one wavelength over one fiber similar to the CWDM mentioned in questions 3 and 4. The word “Dense” is referring to the very narrow channel spacing measured in Gigahertz (GHz) as opposed to nanometer (nm).
DWDM’s typically use channel spacing of 100GHz with a working channel passband of +/-12.5GHz from the wavelengths center. This allows you to add multiple wavelengths on to one fiber within the 1550nm band which are wavelengths between approximately 1525nm–1565nm (C band) and/or 1565nm–1625nm (L band) adhering to the DWDM ITU-T G.694.1 frequency grid.
DWDM’s will also use 200GHz spacing essentially skipping every other channel in the DWDM grid. They have also gone one step further using an Optical Interleaver to get down to 50GHz spacing doubling the channels capacity from 100GHz spacing.
What is a CWDM used for?
Fiber Optic CWDM’s are used to increase the amount of information or systems that can be transmitted over a single fiber. They are also used to create virtual fiber or fiber relief freeing up existing fibers to be used for other networks or systems.
For example a typical 4 channel CWDM point to point network will use a multiplexer to combine four different wavelengths onto one fiber and a demultiplexer at the opposite end to individually demultiplex or separate the wavelengths. This allows you to simultaneously transmit four different signals/systems over the same fiber. This would free up 3 other fibers on a four fiber network creating virtual fiber or fiber relief.
What is a CWDM?
CWDM stands for Course Wavelength Division Multiplexer. CWDM’s work similar to the WDM’s explained in questions 1 and 2. “Course” meaning the channel spacing is 20nm with a working channel passband of +/-6.5nm from the wavelengths
center. This is tighter channel spacing than typical Wide Band Optic (WBO) WDM’s, which allows for more channels within the ITU CWDM grid. CWDM’s allow you to multiplex or demultiplex multiple wavelengths over one fiber. This is done by using light wavelength filters.
The filters only allow specific wavelengths of light to pass through the filter to a single fiber port and the remainder of the wavelengths are then reflected back to another separate fiber port. When used in a series or concatenated together this allows you to add multiple wavelengths on to one fiber. From 1270nm to 1610nm there are 18 individual wavelengths/channels separated by 20nm spacing.
What does CE marking mean?
CE marking is a declaration by the manufacturer that the product meets all the appropriate provisions of the relevant legislation implementing certain European Directives. CE marking gives companies easier access into the European market to sell their products without adaptation or rechecking. The initials "CE" do not stand for any specific words but are a declaration by the manufacturer that his product meets the requirements of the applicable European Directive(s).
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