Power-Video transceiver with RJ45 jack
- Blazing-Fast Transceivers Swap Fiber For Copper In Short-Range Apps. Frenzel, Louis E. // Electronic Design;10/28/2004, Vol. 52 Issue 24, p28
The article presents information on new physical layer transceivers from Analogix Semiconductor Inc., which can be used to implement traditional standards-based links or proprietary links. The transceivers address the gnarly problems associated with trying to transmit high-speed binary data on a...
- New optical packaging required for 10-Gbit/sec transceiver components. Wiseman, Gary H.; Verdiell, Jean-Marc // Lightwave;Oct2002, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p45
Reports on developments related to optical packaging required for 10-Gbit per second transceiver components for the U.S. telecommunication industry as of October 2002. Convergence of industry standards at the 10-Gbit per second rate; Use of vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasres in...
- Never Enough? Kridel, Tim // Wireless Review;08/15/99, Vol. 16 Issue 16, p35
Focuses on the capacity problems among telecommunication companies in the United States. Switch statistics that are important to monitor; Shortage of Base Transceiver Station (BTS) transceivers; Solutions. INSET: Tripling Up in Canada.
- AT&T lowers power on transceivers. // America's Network;12/1/94, Vol. 98 Issue 23, p30
Emphasizes telecommunications equipment vendors' reduction of power requirements in network equipment.
- Single-chip 1.9 GHz transceiver. // R&D Magazine;Sep97, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p59
States that the 1.9 GHz single chip intermediate frequency (IF) transceiver also known as the LSI-M64820FP for portable phones was the first to be developed in Japan in 1997. Reference to the implementation of conventional transceivers; Indepth look at this single-chip IF transceiver.
- 10-Gbit/sec XFP modules reach for longer distances. Hardy, Stephen // Lightwave;May2003, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p1
Reports on the use of 10Gbit/sec XPF transceivers in several telecommunications devices. Combination of small size, low power and a serial 10Gbit/sec interface with line-card electronics; Use of laser technology among 300-pin transponders; Impact of the electronic dispersion compensation...
- XFP progress casts doubts on the future of other modules. Hardy, Stephen // Lightwave;Jun2003, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p1
Assesses the impact of advances in XFP transceiver technology on other telecommunication modules in the market. Plans of vendors regarding similar technologies; Opportunities for 10-Gbit/sec devices.
- PREMIERE. Chay, Fiona // Telecom Asia;Aug2001, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p40
Presents several telecommunication products available in the market. Development of fiberoptic transceivers from Agilent Technologies; Features of an upgraded media converter and repeater from RAD Data Communications; Capabilities of VoiceStation conference phone system from Polycom.
- Repeater Reliability. Bigrigg, Douglas // Mobile Radio Technology;Oct98, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p28
Highlights the advances in radio repeater technology. Efforts to boost communication efficiency and reliability; Reduction of adverse effects of noise and interference; Factors driving repeater innovations; Transmitter frequency stability; Reduction of noise and interference; Design of...