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How to install and remove a SFP+ Transceiver

The installation of a SFP+ transceiver is quite simple. However it is highly advisable to read the installation manual in order to familiarize with the module and follow the various tips regarding the installation of the module. SFP+ transceivers come with different characteristics and they can use four different latching mechanisms:

Does using BlueOptics Transceivers void my switch warranty?

The price of fiber optic Transceivers such as, SFP, SFP+, XFP, QSFP, and CFP keeps on going up over the time. But the price of the Transceivers is higher than it should thru upcharges, when obtained from Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) such as Juniper, HP or Cisco. Over all there are some benefits to implementing a single vendor network. However savings, from acquiring aftermarket...

10GBase-LRM

What is a 10GBASE-LRM transceiver and why do I need it?

In the world of optical networks there are a lot of optical transceivers existing. They are a crucial part of the network as they are the ones in charge of the signal conversion and transmitting. There are some different form factors for 10 Gigabit transmissions, like SFP+, XFP, X2 and XENPAK - among them the LRM variant represents a special type of transceiver.

American Wire Gauge

The American Wire Gauge and its Effects on Direct Attach Cable Connections

When designing and maintaining an Optical Fiber Network it’s crucial to know the various features and properties of the optical network equipment. When selecting the appropriate equipment for a particular project it’s important to consider all possible options. For example selecting the correct cables for the optical networks is not the same process for copper cables and optical cables.