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SFP-10G-BXD-I minimum distance

DanilaPopov2175
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Is there any minimum distance required when using cisco's SFP-10G-BXD-I ?

I'm going to use it up to 100 meters.

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balaji.bandi
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These are long-range optics and a bit expensive compared to 10G-SR, but if you have and like to be used as per your requirement. use the right fibres for connecting.

 

here is reference cisco SFP's

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/interfaces-modules/transceiver-modules/data_sheet_c78-455693.html

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Tom Randstrom
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Based on the Transmit and Receive specifications (from data sheet - below):

Tx Max = 0.5dBm

Rx Max = 0.5dBm

Any fiber length (= loss) between the transmit side and the receive side will guarantee the optical power at the receiver input will never be greater than the receiver's max input (Rx Max).  So a short distance link will work using the SFP-10G-BXD-I to SFP-10G-BXU-I (need to be used in pairs). 

 

                                                                                               Tx     Tx      Rx      Rx

                                                                                               Max  Min     Max  Min

Cisco SFP-10G-BXD-I

10G-SFP Bidirectional for 10km

0.5

-8.2

0.5

-14.4

1320 to 1340 (Tx)

1260 to 1280 (Rx)

Cisco SFP-10G-BXU-I

10G-SFP Bidirectional for 10km

0.5

-8.2

0.5

-14.4

1260 to 1280 (Tx)

1320 to 1340 (Rx)

 

 

 

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