DefinitionA transceiver module is a group of transceivers comprising both a transmitter and a receiver which are combined and share common circuitry or a single housing. When no circuitry is common between transmit and receive functions, the device is a transmitter-receiver. The term originated in the early 1920s. Similar devices include transponders, transmitters, and repeaters.ApplicationTransceivers module can handle analog or digital signals, and in some cases, both. In regions where digital coverage is spotty, a transceiver may be equipped for analog to ensure that there will be no loss of signal. The ability to receive both can drive up the cost of the transceiver, due to the need to bundle in additional circuitry. Used in Very low power UHF wireless data transmitters and receivers , 315 / 433 / 868 and 915 MHz ISM/SRD band systems and RKE – Two-way Remote Keyless EntryRF transceiver moduleAn RF transceiver module (radio frequency module) is a (usually) small el..
DefinitionA transceiver is a device comprising both a transmitter and a receiver which are combined and share common circuitry or a single housing. When no circuitry is common between transmit and receive functions, the device is a transmitter-receiver. The term originated in the early 1920s. Similar devices include transponders, transverters and repeaters. In radio terminology, a transceiver means a unit which contains both a receiver and a transmitter. From the beginning days of radio the receiver and transmitter were separate units and remained so until around 1920. Amateur radio or "ham" radio operators can build their own equipment and it is now easier to design and build a simple unit containing both of the functions: transmitting and receiving. Almost all modern amateur radio equipment is now a transceiver but there is an active market for pure radio receivers, mainly for shortwave listening (SWL) operators. An example of a transceiver would be a walkie-talkie or a CB radio.Appl..
The compact small form-factor pluggable (CSFP) is a version of SFP (small form-factor pluggable) with the same mechanical form factor allowing two independent bidirectional channels per port. It is used primarily to increase port density and decrease fiber usage per port. CSFP transceiver is a recent technology which began being used in networks in 2012.CSFP transceivers support network systems, especially those deploying single fiber bidirectional transceivers in high density applications.The CSFP transceivers are high performance, cost effective modules supporting 2.488Gbps and 20km transmission distance with SMF. The CSFP transceiver consists of three sections: a laser transmitter, a photodiode integrated with a trans-impedance preamplifier (TIA) and MCU control unit. All modules satisfy class I laser safety requirements.The CSFP transceiver defines a transceiver mechanical form-factor with latching mechanism and a host board, SFP-like, electrical edge connector and cage. The..
Definition:SFP Fiber Optical Transceivers are hot-swappable, compact media connectors that provide instant fiber connectivity for the networking gear. They are a cost effective way to connect a single network device to a wide variety of fiber cable distances and types. Common information:By eliminating the need to maintain surplus units/ devices of various fiber types for network repairs or upgrades Small Form Pluggable Optical Transceivers reduce network equipment inventories. SFP Fiber Optical Transceivers allow one product the flexibility to expand by speed (Fast Ethernet and 1, 10, or 40 Gigabit), and/or distance (220 m to 80 km).Network upgrades are also made easier because SFP Fiber Optical Transceivers are interchangeable fiber connectors that can adapt to any existing network. For example, by simply replacing the pluggable optical transceiver, a media converter that was originally used in a multimode network can be re-configured to operate over a CWDM network. S..