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Fiber optic transceiver is typically used to create high bandwidth between network switches. It contains both a transmitter and a receiver in the same component. These are arranged in parallel so that they can operate independently of each other. SFP Plus, XFP, X2 and XENPAK are all form factors of fiber optic transceivers providing up tp 10Gbps data rate. With fiber optic transceivers you can also create data transmission links capable of long range transmission.

100% 3Com compatible transceivers SFP, SFP+, XFP, X2, XENPAK,and SFP Cables,these compatible transceiver modules are different models such as BIDI, CWDM, DWDM, from 100Mbps to 10Gbps,and the 3com compatible transceivers are fully compliant with Ethernet.

Ingellen is offering its 3Com compatible 1000Base-LX SFP transceiver which is fully compatible with original 3Com fiber optic transceivers. It is suitable for fiber channel switches, metro/access networks, Gigabit Ethernet links and other optical links.

As a professional manufacturer of fiber optic communications products, Ingellen committed to providing a full range of 3Com transceiver module to you, such as 3Com SFP Transceivers,3Com XENPAK Transceivers,3Com XFP Transceivers,3com GBIC Transceivers and etc. All of our products are brand new and lifetime warranty as well as very competitive prices.

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