A gigabit interface converter (GBIC) is a standard for transceivers, commonly used with Gigabit Ethernet and fibre channel
By offering a standard, hot swappable electrical interface, one gigabit port can support a wide range of physical media, from copper to long-wave single-mode optical fiber, at lengths of hundreds of kilometers.
A variation of the GBIC called the small form-factor pluggable transceiver (SFP), also known as mini-GBIC, has the same functionality but in a smaller form factor. Announced in 2001, it largely made the GBIC obsolete.
SX or Short Wave transceivers can transmit 1000Mbps of data up to 550 m over multi-mode duplex fiber. Standard wavelength for SX transceivers is 850 nm.
|Vendor Part Code||MGBSX1||COMMANDO Part Code||CMD-MGB-SX|
|Interface||LC duplex||Cable Type||MMF|
|TX Power||-9.5 ~ - 3dBm||Commercial Temperature Range||0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)|
|Max Data Rate||1000Mbps||Max Cable Distance||550m over OM2 MMF|
|Optical Components||VCSEL 850nm||DOM Support||Yes|
|Receiver Sensitivity||< -17dBm||HTS-Harmonized Code||8517706000|
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