Crônicas sobre cabeamento
Fluke Networks has long provided educational content on anything and everything to do with testing network cabling systems—from standards and best practices, to application assurance and tricks of the trade.
Com a Internet das coisas (IoT) e o desenvolvimento da tecnologia de sensores, cada vez mais dispositivos se tornam habilitados por IP e se conectam à infraestrutura de cabeamento horizontal de cobre. A maioria desses dispositivos, como luzes de LED, câmeras de segurança, controles de automação de edifícios e pontos de acesso de Wi-Fi, inclui uma porta RJ45 integrada para a conexão com a rede.
It seems like just yesterday we were talking about spring cleaning, and now we’re moving into the dog days of summer. And it’s hot.
Thanks to all, the contractors, installers and network maintainers around the world who rely on our Versiv™ family of products – you helped us to reach a significant industry milestone: More than five million tests results have been uploaded to the Fluke Networks LinkWare™ Live cable certification cloud service. The rate keeps increasing – users are now uploading over 300.000 results each month.
Recently we have been getting questions about how to determine if an SFP is working. I’m going to use SFP generically here to represent a multitude of the various optical modules that are available. The Fluke Networks fiber testers can be used to measure the light that is being put out by and SFP.
By now you’ve probably heard of 8-fiber MPO plug and play solutions available on the market, which are ideal for Gigabit (40GBASE-SR4) and 100 Gigabit (100GBASE-SR4) applications that use 8 fibers with 4 transmitting and 4 receiving at either 10 or 25 Gb/s.
We’ve just posted Version 5,1 Build 4 of the Versiv software for the following products: