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Using SFP modules from a microcontroller

I'm interested in having an embedded device send data optically. This is for test and measurement, where having conductive cables is problematic since it will perturb the measurement. The device is ...
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Fiber-optic transceiver ICs for applications other than fiber-optic Ethernet? [closed]

When we talk about fiber-optic transmission, we almost always talk about copper to fiber-optic Ethernet conversion using fiber-optic transceivers. But since fiber-optic communication is just ...
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Direct connection between two SFP+ cables [closed]

I have been reading a lot about modern fiber networking recently and I have a clarifying semi-hypothetical question: Imagine I have two 3-foot sections of Multi Mode Fiber, and four SFP+ 10G ...
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How to implement serial-to-fiber optic Ethernet with WIZnet W5500? [closed]

I'm using W5500 to implement a serial to Ethernet converter, but I need to transmit over fiber optic cables. I will have a TX cable and a RX cable. How can this be done since the output of W5500 is ...
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Implement send-only (one-way) Ethernet cable

I want to build a unidirectional comminucation. In transportation layer of this device, it needs a one-way media to send data from side A to side B. All commercial products use SFP. I tested some SFP ...
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Long Distance Wired Data Connection

I am working on a project where I am going to need long distance communication and I am unsure the best way to go about it. I am mainly trying to decide between fiber optic or Ethernet and decide some ...
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Differences and conversion between encoding techniques (NRZI, Manchester, MLT3)

I'm currently reading a lot about different encoding techniques for data transmission, in particular ethernet, fiber (and usb). 10Base Tx ethernet uses Manchester encoding for data transmission. But ...