01.19.2005 12:54 PM
Radiant Communications unveils DL-227 universal fiber transceiver


The DL-227 from Radiant Communications meets IEEE standard 802.3z/ab requirements and is backwards compatible with previously released Radiant products.

Radiant Communications has launched a universal fiber optic transceiver, the DL-227.

The DL-227 enables auto negotiation of various transmission speeds including 10-, 100- and 1000Mb/s.

The copper-to-fiber media converter transmits up to 1Gb/s. The transceiver’s fiber port operates in full duplex mode, so the transmission distance is only limited by the power of the optics.

It meets IEEE standard 802.3z/ab requirements and is backwards compatible with previously released Radiant products. In addition, it can automatically configure MDI crossover and detect and self-correct common wiring problems, including pair swaps, skew and polarity issues.

For more information, visit www.RCCfiber.com.

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