1-fiber bidirectional transceivers
The conversion to an optics-based access system is expected to progress rapidly as the demand for high-speed, broadband access increases with the rapid expansion of the Internet. While access equipment used in conventional SDH/SONET and Ethernet systems employ two optical fibers, there is an increasing number of systems that transmit and receive signals over a single optical fiber with the view to raising the usage efficiency of optical fiber, decreasing the number of optical fibers to be accommodated by a communications office, and eliminating the complexity of identifying and connecting two optical fibers.
Small sized products ideal for mass production
Two product forms: MSA-compliant SFP and Compact SFP.
An extensive set of data rates, transmission distances, and optical-connector shape, monitoring characteristics are ready.
And furthermore the highly integrated CSFP(Compact Small-Factor Pluggable transceiver) will enable network system vendors to increase port density and data throughput, while reducing network equipment cost.
P to P Transceivers
|1.25Gb/s, 2.5Gb/s||SFP||OD-BP05xxxL||1.31/1.49um||10km/20km/>20km||CPRI/1G Ethernet/OC-48|
- (*) Maximum reach as defined by IEEE Standards. Longer reach possible depending upon link implementation.
Compact SFP Transceivers Low Power Version
- (*) 1.2W for >20km type