With the rapid development of communication technology, LAN(Local Area Network) has been gradually formed in more and more companies, schools and other places with many computers gathering together for a mutual networking source. However, as increasing demands for network bandwidth, the traditional LAN can not afford heavier cabling load to support a higher bandwidth. So, passive optical LAN has been coming into being for improving the management of LAN and network performance. Advantages of passive optical LANCompared with the traditional LAN, passive optical LAN is based on optical fiber rather than copper wire, which has a lighter weight, smaller size and higher security in data transmission. Therefore, it makes the cabling environment in passive optical LAN easier and more convenient to manage, in addition, a higher bandwidth and better performance are ensured. Especially for installers or maintainers, passive optical LAN offers no worry to them for the power consumptio..
Cabling system mostly uses the multimode fibers due to the small number of cables in the trunk line connecting the floors of the building, but in the horizontal direction, there is not a suitable medium that not only can provide sufficient bandwidth, but also is easy to install, low cost, strong anti-interference and so on. The new full-fiber optical network with plastic optical fiber (POF) as the transmission medium, has all the above advantages. The diameter of the plastic fiber is generally 0.3 to 3 mm which is suitable for connection, and light coupling efficiency is higher relatively, and also the plastic optical fiber features lots of benefits like it’s soft, anti-bending, vibration resistance, anti-radiation, low-cost, easy construction. Instead of the traditional quartz fiber and copper cable, the plastic fiber is very suitable for the local area networks with many connection points.There are two kinds of products needed for structuring large-scale LAN with the plastic optical ..
Nowadays, most of the network transmission rate we are using is 10Mbps, then why now we should plan 10Gbps transmission rate of the local area network (LAN) environment? The reasons have two sides, one is the theoretical reason, and the other is the practical reason.Due to the rapid expansion of Internet access requirements for web-based applications and integrated multimedia applications (audio/data/video), the demand for broadband networks has been greatly facilitated. The rapid development of microelectronics and fiber-optic networking technology are continually improving the bandwidth capacity of the network. The requirements of people on the network speed are increasing, from 10Mbps to 100Mbps to 1000Mbps, and this requirement will soon allow us to enter 10000Mbps or 10Gbps network.In theory, we live in a stressful, fast-paced era, so we tend to overlook productivity planning. As a good business manager, we must maintain the balance of tactics and strategic planning, in which tact..
The application of fiber media converter in LAN/MAN
Posted on Jul 10, 2017 by cozlink.com
Fiber media converters play an important role in local area networks (MANs) and metropolitan area networks (MANs) that have multiple protocols and transport media. The role of fiber media converters is to connect fiber-optic cabling and active power integrating into existing copper cabling systems without additional cost. The function of the fiber media converter is to achieve photoelectric conversion, which is conducive to network service providers at a faster speed, lower cost of network services will be delivered to the end user.Local area network (LAN) / metropolitan area network (MAN) in the fiber media convertersInitially, fiber media converters had and had only one function: to convert fiber media into copper wire access. Now, with the development of technology, fiber media converters have a variety of categories, and the function is no longer so simple, for example, now on the market common fiber media converters have fiber to RJ45 Transceiver, SFP Ethernet transceiver, OEO tra..