Fiber Optic Splitter/Combiner technology provides the ability to propagate
two signals, transmit (TX) and receive (RX), over a single fiber strand
using the same wavelength. The Fiber Driver? Splitter/Combiner
modules, and Splitter/Combiner cables for GBICs and SFPs effectively
double the availability of fiber in a network. They are fully passive
devices that operate at a specific wavelength, and remain protocol
and network transparent.
A pair of fiber optic Splitter/Combiners add a power loss of only
up to 7 dB for SM fiber and 9 dB for MM fiber. Angled Polished Connectors
(APCs) are used at the link connections to eliminate cross-talk.
Out-of-Band Console & Power Management
Wave Division Multiplexing
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