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Is the 10km optical transceiver and the 40 km optical transceiver interoperable?

I want to know that Is the 10km optical transceiver and the 40 km optical transceiver interoperable?



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Yes but it’s in the condition of below:
1.The types of fiber optic transceivers must consistent. Such as SFP to SFP, OLT to ONU. Besides, the wavelengths must matched.
2.the transmission wavelength of module A must be within the range of receiving wavelength of module B, and the transmission wavelength of module B must be within the range of receiving wavelength of module A.
3.Transmission distance. There are power attenuation, dispersion, etc.for fiber optic transceiver after transmission, 10km optical module is not affected the receiver performance after transmission of 10km. General optical module manufacturers will design a margin in transmission distance,12 ~ 15km should be without problems.
4.If transmission distance is longer than 15km, connection is almost impossible.
5.If the transmitted light power is out of the receiving sensitivity of docking module after transmission,it can not work.
For any more questions about fiber optic transceivers, you are recommended to below website for help.
https://www.cozlink.com/fiber-optic-transceivers-c322-323

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