The 6M Fiber Optical Cable for the Pimax 8KX is a new cable designed to be thinner, lighter and more flexible than the original cable. It is cable of transferring faster data speeds and uses only 1 usb port and 1 displayport cable. In this video I give my review of this new cable.
You can find it here:
NOTE: This cable is only compatible with the Pimax 8KX and 5K Super
We live in a small village that supposedly is already served by optical fiber. Doing a check online to the building on the left and on the right says that both of them have 10Gbps fiber available, doing a check to our building says we only have copper. My question is, does the building management needs to request the building to be connected to the fiber network? I find it weird that both buildings on the sides have fiber available and we don’t.
Hello, I'm looking for Youtube channels that interested in optical fiber communication systems.
please list all channels that having lectures or playlist about this field.
Thanks in advance.
I have been debating on buying a home or not, but one thing is for certain. That I would only really be interested in having an optical fiber internet connection. (and perhaps a heat pump if these summers keep getting worse. ) Unfortunately it doesn't appear that Funda supports searching by that particular feature. haha
Is there any maps, or sites to search that would show where there are home with this?
I have a question about the optical fiber network in Switzerland. I have an optical fiber connection and my current ISP is Net+ (it's in Valais). Since I have a physical connection, can I switch to Salt or Swisscom? In other words, even though the physical connection was (I assume) laid down and installed by Net+, are they obliged to share that connection with competitors, or does each provider own their fiber lines exclusively? Will I have to wait for Salt and Swisscom and Sunrise to run three more separate cables to my house to get a competitive choice? That seems nuts!
I have a strange issue.
The speed I get is around 25 Mb/s, which is even slower than HDD read speed.
I switch to 3m DAC cable and the speed goes up to like 4 Gb/s. I switch back to obtical and it's super slow again.
What could the issue be? Do optical transceivers degrade over time? (I bought them used, and they could have been used 24-7 for 10 years straight.)
Could it be the cable? I have most of it bundled in 1 ft diameter coil, and have always been careful not to bend the fiber anywhere too much.
What troubleshooting steps should I take next?
I've checked their OF deals and they seem pretty good, I just want your review of how good are their service and is it stable unlike their ADSL plans?
I have 500Mbps Google fiber. At least twice a week, I get a red light on my GFLT100 and if I unplug it the power and ethernet and plug it back in a minute later, it will go blue and start working again after about 5-10 minutes.
It is warm to the touch around the ethernet and power ports when this happens. This happens at all times of the day, even late at night when nothing is being downloaded.
I work in IT and to me it seems like it is overheating and disconnecting. Originally we had 100Mbps but then we upgraded to 500Mbps and I'm not sure if the GFLT is keeping up.
I want to get a new Fiber Jack, is there any difference in the specs between the GFLT100, GFLT110 and GFLT300?
I can't find much online except for this page
Hello everyone So I have been using this broadband for 5years alliance broadband and the cable guy is now saying I need to pay 2500₹ for optical fiber and router needed for that network , but my current connection is working fine it is a cat45 line static IP network , it says 50mbps and provides ping in csgo is usually 50 ms now they say I need to pay for the cable on my own my only other option is Airtel plans cost the same speed may be a bit low , but I get Airtel calling free. 2828 (including gst ) 3 months and after that I would choose 500₹/plan and Jio fiber is not yet available My question is Do I have to legally or really pay for optical fiber secondly is Airtel so bad and has bad t&cs also anyone who had been in similar situation any help is appreciated
My neighbour had optical fiber internet since 2013, I'm getting it tomorrow. I'm still deciding between 100/10 or 500/100, depends on the final monthly price.
Currently I'm on 10/1 and Archer C7 and only wireless except for TV.
I'm willing to spend some money now for things to work like they should.
I've got 11 cat 5e cables for 2 floors going in a closet but these are mostly duplicated so I'm looking at 6-7 active, but I've got some more in mind that I didn't plan before like 2-3 cameras and up to 2 access points (1 per floor) and these will go with PoE.
My friend has great experience with Ubiquiti UAP AC wifi for a company workplace of around 45 people, but I need just for 4 people with each floor of 80m2.
I would also like to get a NAS eventually.
I have slight experience with networking, but I have never bought anything except a router or AP so far.
Does anyone have any advice for me? Where should I start? Also I'm from Europe - regarding what I can buy.
Hello Everyone. If you don't already know, Composite Fiber Optical Cables are cables with both Fiber optical strands and copper conductors within them. This allows you to power equipment and exchange data up to 2000 feet away from the device, as opposed to the 100 meter limit of regular Ethernet cables. Also, normal Fiber Optical Cables don't have the ability to power devices at all, whereas with either PoE or these you can. So my questions are:
Have any of you people ever used Composite Fiber Optical cables? If so, what are your experiences with them? If not, are there any application where you think they would be useful in?