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The use of fiber optics
in telecommunications and wide area networking has been common for many years,
but more recently fiber optics have become increasingly prevalent in industrial
data communications systems as well. High data rate capabilities, noise
rejection and electrical isolation are just a few of the important
characteristics that make fiber optic technology ideal for use in industrial
and commercial systems.
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Over the last decade, wireless networks have undergone a
substantial transition due to the rise of smartphone use and more recently the
growing number of smart devices in an increasingly connected society. This
migration has been underpinned by significant advances in handset and radio
access network (RAN) technology, and enabled by major developments in mobile
Now these same networks need to transition again to enable
significantly better transport performance, supporting the evolution to Long
Term Evolution Advanced (LTE-A) functionality and eventually 5G. At the same
time, they must provide investment protection and avoid unnecessary “rip and
replace” of network hardware.
Cable TV operators and MSOs (multiple system operators)
need to transport vast quantities of data from cable modems at remote CMTS
(cable modem termination systems) access sites to core router at head end,
central office sites. The CMTS allows operators to provide high-quality data
services to cable subscribers. The core router sites are normally composed of
Ethernet equipment for data handling and CATV headend equipment for content
handling. The CMTS sites handle the content delivery to the various end
locations. As data rates, applications and the sheer quantity of data continue
to grow, there’s a parallel increased need to quickly and efficiently transport
this data over a reliable transmission
For most corporate data centers, the key concern is
managing connections within the data center itself, since that’s where most of
the traffic stays. For this environment, it’s possible to connect 100G traffic
together in a relatively simple way, using standard transceiver and cable
assemblies, within the equipment rack or spanning opposite sides of the data
center floor. This is sufficient for most scenarios, when there is no need to
worry about transferring data between data centers or between towns or cities.