Fiber optic transceiver is a device used to transmit optical signals in fiber optic communication. It consists of a light emitter (light emitting diode or laser) and a light receiver (light detector), used to convert electrical signals into optical signals and reverse convert them.
Fiber optic transceivers serve as a bridge between optical and electrical signals in fiber optic communication systems, achieving high-speed and stable data transmission. It can be used in local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), data center interconnections, wireless communication base stations, sensor networks, and other high-speed data transmission scenarios.
Optical transmitter: When an electronic signal is received, the light source (such as a laser or LED) in the optical transmitter is activated, generating an optical signal corresponding to the electrical signal. These optical signals are transmitted through optical fibers, and their frequency and modulation method determine the data rate and protocol type of transmission.
Optical receiver: The optical receiver is responsible for converting optical signals back into electrical signals. It usually uses photodetectors (such as photodiodes or photoconductive diodes), and when the light signal enters the detector, the light energy is converted into an electrical signal. The receiver demodulates the optical signal and converts it into the original electronic signal.
●Optical transmitter (Tx): responsible for converting electrical signals into optical signals and transmitting data through optical fibers.
●Optical Receiver (Rx): Receives optical signals at the other end of the fiber and converts them back into electrical signals for processing by the receiving device.
●Optical connector: used to connect fiber optic transceivers with optical fibers, ensuring efficient transmission of optical signals.
●Control circuit: used to monitor the status of the optical transmitter and receiver, and make necessary electrical signal adjustments and controls.
Fiber optic transceivers vary depending on their transmission rate, wavelength, interface type, and other parameters. Common interface types include SFP, SFP+, QSFP, QSFP+, CFP, etc. Each interface type has a specific application scenario and scope of application. Fiber optic transceivers are widely used in modern communication fields, providing key technical support for high-speed, long-distance, and low loss fiber optic transmission.
Post time: Sep-21-2023