Transceiver Modules
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A transceiver module is a device that comprises of a transmitter and receiver which combine under a common circuitry

  1. 1. Transceiver Modules A transceiver module is a device that comprises of a transmitter and receiver which combine under a common circuitry. This combination of the two into one device result in a unit that is self contained and can transmit as well as receive. A transceiver plugs into a module socket and is a hot-swappable input output device. The unit connects the electric circuit with the copper network also known as the optical network. There are some devices available that have more than one transceiver module slots like network interface cards and routers. The transceiver module is then usually inserted into one of the slots which can be GBIC, SFP or XFP according to the appropriate slot for the particular module. The optical network fiber is then plugged into a connector located on the transceiver module. The different types of transceiver modules come about as a result of the different types of fiber, wire, the different wavelengths within a given fiber and the different communication distances. The different types of transceiver modules also come in various form factors in fiber optics or metal wiring designed and they all support different data speeds and rates. The most common of the form factors in which transceivers come in are: GBIC short for Gigabit Interface Converter, SFP which stands for Small Form-Factor Pluggable, SFP+, QSFP+ meaning Quad Small Form-Factor Pluggable Plus, CFP short for C Form-Factor Pluggable and XENPAK, XAUI, XFP and X2. These all have different Gigabit Ethernet which refers to the technology used in the transmission process of Ethernet frames at a rate of a single gigabit in one second. Transceiver modules are also used in radio technology for CB radios and walkie-talkies. Originally, the transmitter and receiver were separate units of the radio until 1920 when they were merged into one. This resulted in ham radio operators building their equipment. Today almost all amateur or ham radio equipment is a transceiver. However, Shortwave Listening Operators are on the look out for pure radio transceivers which have almost been phased out. Modems, mobile telephones and wired telephones as well as other radiotelephones also use transceiver modules for the purpose of communication. The entire unit is usually a transceiver. For a cordless telephone, the handset uses a radio and audio transceiver while the base station uses a radio transceiver. If a speakerphone is included in the cordless phone then the base will become an audio transceiver just like the handset. As transceivers are interchangeable and can be used with the different optical technologies that are present in your home network, they make a good investment. This is because they help to increase flexibility in case an expansion of the network is needed and also as they lower the initial costs of creating the network. UTsource.net provides transceiver modules that have the fastest Gigabit Ethernet, high compatibility with different optical fibers and long term warranty as well as fast
  2. 2. and convenient delivery. UTsource.net has been in the electronic business for over ten years dealing in top of the class products and delivering customer satisfaction with every product.

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