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  • Switching and Routing Fiber Optic WDM AV Signals

    A matrix switcher for WDM signals is larger and more complex than that used for a TDM signal as shown in Figure 1…

  • WDM System Development History

    Wave Division Multiplexing (WDM) enables multiple data streams of varying wavelengths (“colors”) to become combined right into a single fiber, significantly enhancing the overall capacity from the fiber.

  • Difference between Multiplexing & Multiple Accessing

    Multiplexing and multiple accessing are similar concepts that provide solutions for complex electronic communication…

  • The Difference between SDH & DWDM

    what is the difference between SDN and DWDM? See here for the quick answer.

  • PDH History & Function & Function & Potential

    PDH, or Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy, is a conventional technology used to transport large quantities of data over digital transport media, such as fiber-optic and microwave radio systems…

  • Outlook of the WDM Networks

    In a WDM network the commonly used frequency grid is either 50 or 100 GHz, which will have a major effect on which from the above-described approaches can be applied…

  • What is Digital TV Frequency?

    The difference between analog TV frequency and digital TV frequency is that the digital signals are compressed into “multiplexes”…

  • What is Concept of Multiplexing in Telephone System?

    Multiplexing is a form of data transmission in which one communication channel carries several transmissions at the same time…

  • Why is Multiplexing Needed in Data Communication Systems?

    The range of frequencies is limited, but the number of devices using the system fluctuates. One way to separate the different data streams is each one have its’ own frequency…

  • How Does Fiber Optic Modem Work?

    Fiber optic modems receive incoming optical signals over fiber optic cables and convert them back to their original electronic form for full duplex transmission…

  • What are Available Types of Fiber Optic Modems?

    Fiber optic modems are the ideal when working with large amounts of data. Fiber optics allows data to be transferred quickly and efficiently. There are common types of fiber optic modem introduction. Click here to see if interested.

  • What is Fiber Optic Modem Used for?

    Fiber optic modems are often used in data communication systems to bridge long distances at high data rates…

  • How do I Choose a Best Fiber Modem?

    Choosing the best fiber-optic modem depends on a few factors, including availability, usability and cost. A modem connects an electronic device such as a computer to a network or the Internet…

  • How to Install a Fiber Optic Modem?

    High-speed Internet has become somewhat of a necessity these days. For the Internet aficionado the ability to utilize the web at lightning fast speeds is of utmost importance.

  • How to Activate Cable Modems?

    Activation is the process of associating a specific modem with a valid cable Internet account to enable it to access the network. Two common activation methods are the self-install kit and manual activation…

  • CWDM Technical Overview

    CWDM is definitely an optical technology for transmitting as much as 16 channels, each in a separate wavelength or color, within the same fiber strand…

  • DWDM Technical Overview

    DWDM is core technology in an optical transport network. The concepts of DWDM are similar to those for CWDM. However, DWDM spaces the wavelengths more tightly, yielding up to 160 channels…

  • How to Replace a Multiplexer

    How to replace a multiplexer when it doesn’t work? Click here for 5 steps answer.

  • What Is a SDH Overhead?

    In SDH, overhead is the data that is transferred across the interface between a telecommunications system, such as a server and a client or user on a network…

  • How to Reset a High-Speed Internet Modem with a Wireless Router?

    When service is interrupted, you must reset the modem and the wireless router to re-establish the connection. Following is the step…

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