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Topic Title: Fiber Network Card Parameter Explanation
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Created On: 09 July 2012 08:59 AM
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 09 July 2012 08:59 AM
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Second-generation Gigabit fiber network card (green card) is really a new generation of fiber network card optimized as well as enhanced based on the actual first generation of fiber network card (red card).
The actual enhanced areas of second-generation Gigabit fiber network card tend to be the following: general design realignment, help the serdes information wiring rules, substitute the actual original photoelectric controller, as well as boost the efficient power management controller. It's overall performance, balance as well as dependability tend to be much better compared to the first generation fiber network card.
The actual fiber network card may be the well-liked title associated with the fiber-optic Ethernet adapter, it's English name is Fiber Ethernet Adapter. It's a good Ethernet adapter (NIC) having a fiber optic cable like a tranny moderate. Fiber NIC card, together with RJ45 (electrical) offers numerous specs, such as PCI, PCI-X, PCI-E; Fast, Gigabit, 10 Gigabit; SC, ST, LC a number of specs, could be flexibly put on various events. And also substitute the initial cable, in order that the transmission distance is actually as much as 2KM-110KM range, based on the policy of national triple play "Light of Copper" development trend, the fiber network card will be much more traditionally used as well as well-liked.
Fiber network card are normally applied in telecommunication industry. Normally, fiber network card work with E1 to RS232, SFP transceivers, Patch cords,fiber to ethernet media converter and other related products.

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