The optical transceiver is an Ethernet transmission medium conversion unit that exchanges short-distance twisted pair electrical signals and long-distance optical signals. In many places, it is also called a Fiber Converter. Products are generally used in actual network environments where Ethernet cables cannot be covered and must use optical fibers to extend the transmission distance, and are usually located in access layer applications of broadband metropolitan area networks; for example, high-definition video image transmission for monitoring security engineering; It also played a huge role in connecting the last mile of the fiber to the metro and the outer network.
Fiber optic transceivers are typically used in real-world network environments where Ethernet cables are not covered and must use fiber to extend the transmission distance. They also play a huge role in helping to connect the last mile of the fiber to the metro and beyond. The role. With fiber optic transceivers, there is also a need to upgrade systems from copper to fiber, providing an inexpensive solution for users who lack capital, manpower or time. The function of the optical transceiver is to convert the electrical signal we want to transmit into an optical signal and send it out. At the same time, the received optical signal can be converted into an electrical signal and input to our receiving end.