Fiber to POTS Converter

A telephone optical transceiver is a device that converts traditional telephone signals into optical signals and transmits them over optical fiber.

According to the application field telephone optical transceiver can be divided into 4 categories: 1.
1. telephone optical transceivers for monitoring: used to transmit video signals (such as the output of ordinary cameras is the video signal), and can also assist in the transmission of audio, control data, switch signals and Ethernet signals, mainly used in highways, urban traffic, community security and the need to monitor various fields.
2. telephone optical transceivers for broadcasting: used to transmit RF signals, whose terminals are not point-to-point transmission, it does direct branching in the optical path, which can be used by a transmitter to multiple receivers, mainly used in the field of optical transmission for cable TV.
3. telephone optical transceiver for telecommunication: each basic channel of the transceiver is 2M, also commonly known as 2M transceiver, each 2M channel can transmit 30 way telephone or transmit 2M bandwidth network signal, it is only a fixed bandwidth channel, the use mainly depends on the supporting equipment connected with the optical transceiver, the protocol it supports is G.703 protocol, mainly used in the field of fixed bandwidth telecommunication optical communication.
4. telephone optical transceiver for power: substation based on the different applications in these fields, the telephone optical transceiver used by broadcasting and telecommunications is relatively fixed and less diverse.

With the development of domestic communication networks, the development momentum is strong, and the monitoring range of telephone optical transceiver applications is becoming more and more extensive. The most used aspect of telephone optical transceiver is the long-distance video and data transmission. In the monitoring field of highways, banks, electric power, telecommunications, etc. all require remote transmission of video signals, and the main solution is to use optical transceivers to convert video signals into digital signals for transmission through optical fiber. In addition, the optical transceiver has a wide range of applications in remote video conferencing, distance learning, telemedicine, communication and many other fields, and the future optical transceiver will develop in the direction of digitalization and networking.