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01.21.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Radiant Communications unveils DL-227 universal fiber transceiver

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

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

Radiant’s copper-to-fiber media converter transmits data up to 1Gb/s. The DL-227 is small and plug-and-play ready for easy installation. The fiber port of Radiant’s newest transceiver operates in full duplex mode, so the transmission distance is only limited by the power of the optics.

The DL-227 transceiver 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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