Two common forms of Ethernet transmission that transmit data at 10 or 100 Mb/s, respectively.
An encoding method used in gigabit Ethernet, ASI video interconnections, and other applications, in which each 8-bit binary word is replaced by 10 bits such that a minimum number of data transitions per symbol is enforced.
Attenuation of optical signals due to conversion of optical energy into heat energy.
A FTTH technology different from PON, in which an Ethernet switch is used in the field to switch data to each home, with a dedicated fiber cable running from the switch to each home.
Components that handle signals and require power; examples are line amplifiers and ...