HDV 10G XFP LR 10km XFP transceiver comply with XFP MSA, and can support diverse applications for SDH/Sonet equipment including FEC (9.95Gb/s to 10.7Gb/s),as well as Ethernet LAN(10.325Gb/s) and WAN(9.95Gb/s) applications. The high performance cooled 1550nm cooled EML transmitter and high sensitivity PIN receiver provide superior performance for SONET /SDH and Ethernet applications at up to 10km links. Digital diagnostics functions are available via a 2-wire serial interface, as specified in the XFP MSA. HDV XFP-10G-LR transceiver is 100% compatible with Cisco, HP, Juniper, Foundry, Extreme, Netgear, D-Link, Dell, Brocade.
Optical splitter is used to split the fiber optic light into several parts at a certain ratio. Fiber optic splitters are important passive components used in FTTX networks. But two kinds of fiber optic splitters/couplers are popular used, one is the traditional fused type optical splitter (FBT coupler), which features competitive prices; the other is PLC splitter, which is compact size and suit for density applications. Both of them have its advantages to suit for different requirement.
Fiber optic splitters can be terminated with different kinds of connectors, the main package could be box type or stainless tube type, one is usually used with 2mm or 3mm outer diameter cable, the other is usually used with 0.9mm outer diameter cables.
In Fiber to the Home (FTTH) networks, Gigabit Ethernet PON splitters play an important role by allowing a single PON network interface to be shared among many subscribers. There are two basic technologies for building passive network optical splitters: Fused Biconical Taper (FBT) and Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC). Fused Biconical Taper is the older technology and generally introduces more loss than the newer PLC splitters, though both PLC and FBT splitters are used in PON networks. Splitters are installed in each optical network between the PON Optical Line Termination (OLT) and the Optical Network Unit(ONU) that the OLT serves. Networks implementing BPON, GPON, EPON, 10G EPON, and 10G GPON technologies all use these simple optical splitters. In place of an optical splitter, a WDM PON network will use an Arrayed WaveGuide (AWG).