White Paper: Fiber Optic Transceivers in Basestation Applications

March 1, 2010
Base station transceivers with greater bandwidth are in demand. Fiber optic links give cost effective, high bandwidth new capacity with more flexibility than copper links. Fiber links make system modifications and future upgrades simpler than would be ...

Base station transceivers with greater bandwidth are in demand. Fiber optic links give cost effective, high bandwidth new capacity with more flexibility than copper links. Fiber links make system modifications and future upgrades simpler than would be possible with traditional copper links. In addition, fiber features inherent data security and superior reliability in hostile environments.

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