• What is Anchoring Clamp Pole Bracket

    What is Anchoring Clamp Pole Bracket? How to install the pole bracket?
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  • What is the Suspension Clamp

    What is the Suspension Clamp
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  • What is Fiber Optic Anchor Tension Clamp

    What is Fiber Optic Anchor Tension Clamp
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  • How to use GPON repeater in FTTH+CATV network

    We carry in the optical fiber both Internet (FTTH) and also TV cable (CATV), how to install the GPON repeater? Can it support 1310, 1550 and 1490 nm wavelength? The GPON repeater can only deal with the PON service (1310 and 1490nm optical signal). Can not receive and amplify CATV optical signal (1550nm). In such application include in CATV 1550nm, two pcs FWDM need to work with PON repeater. The 1550nm CATV optical signal will be separated by FWDM before the GPON repeater, then combine it with 1310/1490nm by FWDM after the GPON repeater.
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  • What is cable tension clamps?

    Tension clamps should be used to provide support and ensure that the fiber or device stays in place and is properly attached. It is as if the fiber tends to be stronger when it shrinks, but quickly breaks apart when bent hard for work efficiency and time saving when laying cables, tension clamps are used to make the laying process more convenient increase. When laying fiber optic cables above ground or underground, strain gauges should be used to complete the cable assembly. To ensure a clean and correct installation, there should be tension clamps at all points in the process to hold the cables together and in place. The main parameters of a tension clamp are the diameter of the cable to be clamped and the maximum tension.  What are the types of cable tension clamps? How to choose cable tension clamps?
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  • Can Different Brands of OLT ONU be Compatible and Interoperable?

    With the rapid development of IT, there have been more and more companies geared towards this field, most popular of such companies are Huawei and ZTE to mention but a few. Not forgetting that there are lots of other IT companies with excellent products, such as Shanghai Baudcom. Is Baudcom’s ONU/ OLT compatible with Huawei and ZTE? In this article, we will look at how compatible is different brands of OLT/ ONU can achieve compatibility and interoperability. To understand whether there can be compatible with different OLT and ONU, we first need to know what OLT and ONU are. What is OLT? The full name of OLT is Optical Line Terminal. OLT is the office equipment of telecommunications, which is used to connect optical fiber trunk lines. It acts as a switch or router in the traditional communication network, and is a device at the entrance of external network and the entrance of internal network. At the local end, the most important executive functions are traffic scheduling, buffer control, providing user-oriented passive optical network interface and bandwidth allocation. What is ONU? ONU is the Optical Network Unit. ONU has two functions: selectively receiving the broadcast sent by OLT, and responding to OLT if it needs to receive the data. Collect and cache the Ethernet data that the user needs to send, and send the cached data to the OLT according to the assigned sending window. The relationship between them is the relationship between the principal and the subordinate. In data transportation, it first goes through OLT and then to ONU(see figure 1). OLT is the management end, ONU is the terminal. An OLT can connect multiple ONUs. Benefits of choosing different brands The network equipment of many schools, enterprise buildings, etc. is hardly a single brand product, so the compatibility and interoperability between the equipment is very important. In fact, choosing…
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  • what is difference between SFU and HGU ONU?

    what is difference between SFU and HGU ONU? Simply say, the SFU ONU only has bridge function, no router function. SFU ONU need to work with router. HGU has the router function.
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  • An Introduction to Fiber Adapter | fiber coupler | fiber flange

    Fiber optic adapter is one of the most widely used basic components in optical fiber communication, The fiber adapter has a built-in alignment sleeve that can precisely position the fiber optics connector and ensure the accuracy of connection to achieve high-performance connection between fiber jumpers.
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  • What is Fiber optic cable patch?

    What is fiber optic patch cable? How to choose the fiber patch cord? The artical is very helpful.
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  • What is WiFi 6?

    WiFi 6 (802.11ax) is the latest standard in WiFi technology, which is an improvement on the previous generation WiFi 5 (802.11ac) standard. It is mainly built to improve the user’s surfing experience by increasing network speed. It improves transmission efficiency and reducing network congestion in environments with a large number of devices. Like the previously released WIFI technical standards, WiFi 6 is also compatible with previous standards. And any terminal device that can connect to WiFi can access the WiFi6 network. Advantages of WiFi 6 1. Transmission Rate The maximum transmission rate of WiFi5 is 3.5 Gbps, while the maximum rate of WiFi6 can reach 9.6 Gbps. WiFi 5 only involves the 5 Ghz frequency band, while WiFi 6 covers both 2.4 Ghz and 5 Ghz frequency bands. 2. Security If a WiFi 6 device needs to be certified by the WiFi Alliance, it must use the WPA 3 security protocol, which is more secure. When we are using a public network, it improves the security of data transmission by personalizing data encryption. If the password is entered incorrectly multiple times, it will be considered an attack. So it will block WiFi authentication to prevent the emergence of brute force attacks. In a variety of ways, active protection and passive defense are combined to protect our use of public networks. The security of the WPA3 security protocol is further improved, which can better prevent brute force cracking and brute force cracking. 3. Target Wake Time (TWT) WiFi 6 introduces Target Wake Time (TWT) technology, which allows active planning of communication time between the device and the wireless router, reducing the use of wireless network antennas and signal search time, which can reduce power consumption to a certain extent and improve device battery life. 4. OFDMA(Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access) In the…
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  • Comparison of Huawei GPON OLT MA5608T and MA5800X2

    Both the Huawei MA5608T and Huawei MA5800X2 are Huawei GPON OLTs with two service slots, but the Huawei MA5608T is part of the Huawei MA5600T series, the world’s first OLT, whereas the Huawei MA5800X2 is part of the Huawei MA5800 series, Huawei’s next-generation OLT. You may have heard that the Huawei MA5800X2 performs better than the Huawei MA5608T, implying that it is more expensive, but do you know how the Huawei MA5800X2 outperforms the Huawei MA5608T? What are the similarities and differences between the Huawei MA5608T and the Huawei MA5800X2? How do I select the best configuration? Which one will best meet your needs while saving your network capital? In this article, we will talk about these two Huawei GPON OLTs. Huawei MA5600T OLT GPON Series The Huawei SmartAX MA5600T is the world’s first OLT to combine aggregation switch and edge router functionality. For business customers, it can provide high density GE/10GE interfaces for cascading remote access equipment, triple play service, ATM/Ethernet/TDM leased line services, and high precision clock, as well as high density Ethernet P2P, GPON, 10GPON optical access. The Huawei MA5600T simplifies network architecture, improves network reliability, and reduces TCO. The Huawei MA5600T series product comes in three different frame types. MA5680T has 16 service slots, MA5683T has 6 service slots, and Huawei MA5608T has 2 service slots. MA5680T, MA5683T, and MA5608T all have the same service card and software. Huawei MA5800 OLT GPON Series Huawei MA5800 OLT is the first smart aggregation OLT in the industry to feature a distributed architecture. It’s billed as the NG-next-generation PON’s OLT. The product is intended to assist carriers in the development of networks with higher bandwidths, faster speeds, and smarter connectivity in order to provide a better service experience. Huawei MA5800 OLT supports FTTH, FTTB, FTTC, FTTC, and distributed converged cable access platform (D-CCAP) networks by providing GPON, 10G GPON, 10GE, and P2P GE access. As a result, it can be used…
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  • How to Distinguish Huawei GPUF and Huawei GPHF?

    Huawei MA5800 series GPON service boards Huawei GPHF and Huawei GPUF perform different functions but have extremely similar appearance export for the board name label on the handle bar. Because GPUF has lower performance and a lower price than GPHF, in order to make more money, some suppliers change the GPUF label and configuration information to GPHF, and then nominally deliver GPHF to customers, which is actually a function of GPUF. Huawei GPUF and Huawei GPHF currently have two versions: H901GPUF, H902GPUF; H901GPHF, H902GPHF. The H901GPUF and H901GPHF have the same appearance (same location of chips, radiator and circuit element), as do the H902GPUF and H902GPHF. Here we take H901GPUF and H901GPHF as an example. Huawei Original H901GPUF Huawei Original H901GPHF As you can see in the image above, Huawei GPHF and Huawei GPUF are identical. Only the labels on the front panel and handle of the original Huawei H901GPUF tablet display GPHF, while the labels on the front panel and handle show GPUF. To deceive the customer, the dishonest supplier changed the two labels as well as the configuration information on the Huawei MA5800. How to distinguish Huawei GPHF and Huawei GPUF? “√“support, “×” not support Specification H901GPHF H901GPUF Application scenario FTTC/B/D, D-CCAP, FTTH, FTTO/FTTM FTTC/B/D, D-CCAP, FTTH, FTTO/FTTM Port Qty 16 16 Forwarding capability 40 Gbit/s 40 Gbit/s Port rate upstream:1.244 Gbit/s upstream:2.488 Gbit/s upstream:1.244 Gbit/s downstream:2.488 Gbit/s Max split ratio 1:128 1:128 Maximum number of MAC addresses 131072 32768 9K Jumbo  frames √ × Routes/ARP 196608 196608 1588v2 √ √ NTP √ √ HQoS √ × Y.1731 PM √ √ PON ISSU √ × D-CCAP √ × According to the comparison list, Huawei GPHF and Huawei GPUF differ in terms of MAX MAC address, 9K Jumbo frames, HQoS, PON ISSU, and D-CCAP. Most of these differences can only…
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  • What are Fiber Optic Termination Boxes?

    What are Fiber Optic Termination Boxes?
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  • Why Do We Need Optical Fiber Extenders?

    An optical fiber extender is a signal extension device. When long distance direct connection cable does not match the transmission requirements, an optical fibre extender is used. This ensures that long-distance signals are transmitted with minimum attenuation. So what exactly is a fiber optic extender? What are some of the most common types of fiber optic extenders? Let’s have a look at this article together. Why Do We Need Optical Fiber Extenders? The optical fiber extender, as the name implies, is an extender that replaces traditional cable transmission medium.with optical fiber as the transmission medium. Fiber optic extenders are signal extension devices. People use it when the long distance direct connection cable cannot match the transmission requirements. It is to ensure long-distance signal transmission with minimum attenuation. There is a sending end and a receiving end in a fiber optic extender. The sending end converts the input signal into an optical signal, and the receiving end is responsible for converting the optical signal into the original signal, so it is generally used in pairs. Comparatively, the optical fiber extenders have a longer transmission distance, a relatively stable signal which is not easily distorted, and anti-interference than the traditional network cable extender In order to achieve the best quality of the signal, there are generally knobs for independent adjustment of gain or other parameters at the end of the independently powered device. Between the sending and receiving ends there can be a coaxial cable, twisted pair (network cable), or even optical fiber, etc., depending on the application of the device. Types of Optical Fiber Extenders and How to Use? Ethernet Fiber Extender (Fiber Media Converter) An Ethernet extender, is also known as media converter. It is used to obtain copper-to-fiber or fiber-to-fiber connections in metropolitan area network access and enterprise customer data transmission services….
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  • Difference between Armored Fiber Patch Cables and Fiber Patch Cords

    Some specially designed fiber patch cords appear to meet a variety of application requirements. Like armored fiber patch cables, they are moistureproof, fireproof, and have rat bite prevention. Knowing our alternatives can save us a significant amount of time and money. This article will tell us what is armored fiber patch cables and its difference between normal fiber patch cords. After read the article, you will know how to choose fiber patch cables.
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  • How to Choose an OTDR?

    To ensure the reliability and accessibility of fiber networks, network professionals need a more accurate, simpler and faster way to assess the integrity of the infrastructure. Therefore, choosing the right fiber testing tools is critical, not only to help professionals work efficiently and improve network reliability, but also help improve the reliability and value of the entire network. In this article, we will talk about how to choose a fiber optic OTDR. What is OTDR? OTDR stands for Optical Time Domain Reflectometer. It is a device for testing optical fibers. The device operates by sending a series of light pulses into the fiber and recovering light that has been dispersed or reflected back along the fiber point from the same end. It can be used to measure loss, optical distance and optical return loss on a fiber optic link. What an OTDR measures? Loss of splices ORL of link Reflectance of the connectors Total fiber attenuation Why You Need an OTDR? Fiber testing is an important operation for ensuring that the network is optimized to provide reliable and resilient services without fail. Here are two reasons why an OTDR is required. Service providers and network operators want to protect their investments in fiber networks. To authenticate their work, installers must use Optical Time Domain Reflectometer to perform bi-directional testing and provide proper cable documentation. Of course, you can use OTDRs to troubleshoot issues like break locations caused by dig-ups. Premises fiber networks have low loss budgets and little margin for error. As a result, installers must assess the overall loss budget with a light source and a power meter, which is a difficult task. While OTDR can quickly identify the sources of excess loss and confirm that splices and connections are within acceptable limits, it also saves time. Furthermore, it…
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  • How to Log in Huawei ONT?

    Huawei is a famous manufacturer of network equipment, including switches, routers, and other items. Many people have difficulties logging in Huawei ONTs. We will talk about  how to log in Huawei ONU in this article. Let’s take Huawei ONT HG8145V5 as example. Huawei ONT Log in Steps There are usually two ways to log in Huawei ONT : wireless log in and wired log in. 1. Wireless Log In of Huawei HG8145V5 Step 1: Search for the WiFi around you, and enter password of the WiFi to connect the Huawei ONT HG8145V5 via WiFi. Step 2: Open a browser and type 192.168.100.1 to enter user interface. (Huawei default ip address may differ in some types of Huawei ONT, 192.168.1.1) Step 3: Log in to the ONT, the user name and password can be found underneath the ONT. 2. Wired Log In of Huawei HG8145V5 Step 1: Use a network cable to connect to your PC and ONT. Step 2: Set the PC’s IP address to the same subnet as the Huawei ONT’s web site. For example, if the Huawei ONT’s web address is 192.168.100.1 (for the Huawei ONT’s web address, see the product nameplate), the PC’s IP address is 192.168.100.100. Step 3: Log in to the web configuration page. Open a web browser and enter the web address in the address bar (printed on the nameplate of the Huawei ONT), then press enter. Type in your user name and password for login (printed on the nameplate of the Huawei ONT), and log in. Baudcom offers all types of Huawei ONU and Huawei OLT, and our huawei onu price is competitive. For more information, please feel free to contact us.
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  • Why Choosing Baudcom 4/8 Ports POE Dual Band XPON ONU?

    ONU converts fiber-based optical impulses to electrical signals. Individual subscribers receive these electrical impulses. Between ONU and the end user’s premises, there is usually a distance or other access network. ONU can also send, collect, and groom various sorts of data from customers and deliver it upstream to the OLT. Grooming is the process of optimizing and reorganizing a data stream to make it more efficient to provide. The OLT supports bandwidth allotment, which enables the smooth delivery of data float to the OLT, which is typically delivered in bursts from the consumer. ONUs can be connected using twisted-pair copper wire, coaxial cable, optical fiber, or wifi, among other technologies and cable types. 4/8 Ports POE Dual Band XPON ONU Why choosing this ONU? PoE Function There are so many different types of ONU, why choosing this ONU? One of the most significant features is that this is an PoE ONU, it is to say the BD-ONT-118EW-ac series ONU are ICT with PoE function, currently mainly “-PSE” power supply products. With PoE function, you can use CCTV IP camera connecting with this onu. Dual Band WiFi Another important feature is that this PoE ONU is a dual band wifi onu. Many people would wonder that is dual band wifi better than single band, or are dual band routers better? It is better to have more choices. With this dual band ONU, you can use both 2.4G and 5G wifi, and it also supports 802.11ac, built-in AP, and WiFiac to improve effective coverage. What’s more, this dual band ONU supports multiple SSIDs or unified SSID , convenient for users to differentiate configuration. This PoE ONU also supports ONU intercommunication to make the setup of a PON-based local area network easier. The product is ideal for college networks, hotels, and huge public…
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  • Single Mode vs Multimode Patch Cord

    Almost every network uses fiber patch cords. They are suitable for most network backbones because of their ability to transfer enormous amounts of data at rapid rates. Everything from data centers to laptops to cities and countries is connected by them. Patch cords made of fiber have become an important feature of enterprise data networks and telephony. This article will explain the differences between single mode and multimode patch cords in the hopes of assisting you in selecting the best fiber patch cord for your needs. What is fiber optic patch cord? Fiber optic patch cord, also known as fiber optic patch cable or fiber optic jumper, are one of the most significant components for connecting networks. They are meant to join or cross-connect fiber optic networks inside a structured cabling system. The fiber optic patch cord’s connectors on both ends make it simple to connect to optical switches, cable television, or other telecommunications equipment. There are a lot of fiber jumpers on the market right now. Fiber patch cord can be split into single mode fiber patch cord and multimode fiber patch cord based on different transmission media, and there are certain distinctions between them. What is single mode fiber optic patch cord? A fiber patch cord is a fiber optic cable capable of transporting only one optical signal. Single mode fiber optic patch cords are meant to enable broadband Internet connectivity and are used for high speed data transmission. Fiber optic cables with single mode fiber optic connectors on both ends make up the structure. Large scale connections, such as college campuses and cable television networks, are frequently used. What is multimode fiber optic patch cord? A multimode fiber patch cord is a fiber optic cable tthat can carry several optical signals and is used when various signals must be delivered over the…
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  • What is Data Center?

    A data center is a facility where a centralized organization shares IT operations and equipment, as well as a physical location where data is recorded and calculated. Businesses and other organizations use these facilities to store, disseminate, process and organize large amounts of data. Data centers are able to communicate between multiple sites on-premises and in the cloud. Key components of a data center design include switches, routers, SFP modules, cabling system, boxes and ODFs, storage systems, servers, firewalls, and application delivery controllers. Therefore, the security and reliability of the data center and its information is a top priority for any organization. Why data centers are important? Most businesses need to store data, and they store data on servers, which are like specialized computers connected to the business’s local network, usually to the Internet. However, as businesses and their needs grow, more servers and space are required. So at this time, a data center is needed to store the data in a secure facility. The Role of the Data Center A data center is an integral part of an enterprise, designed to support business applications and provide: data storage, management, backup and recovery; large e-commerce transactions; big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence services. Virtually every company and government entity sets up and maintains its own data center, or has access to someone else’s data center. Renting servers at co-location facilities, using data center services run by other parties, and using public cloud-based services from other organizations are also options. Types of Data Centers Enterprise data centers Managed services data centers Colocation data centers Cloud data centers The Standards for Data Center Tier 1- It is the most basic type of data center and needs to include a UPS. Tier 2 – System, power and cooling redundancy is required. Tier 3 – Provides…
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Lomoveishiy – Finland

I needed those to connect my PC on the third floor to have internet access in that room, and ISP installed their modem on the first floor only. After dropping fiber patch cables, plugged in all cables into these media converters at both sides, and link came up instantly. Was much easier than I thought!

Raymond – USA

Great experience – units worked straight out of the box – just needed plug in cables and we were done. I also like the possibility to enable jumbo frames, while we do not have a need for this feature at the current moment it’s great to have this option.

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