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What is a Fiber Optic Transceiver?

A fiber optic transceiver is a component that sends and receives data in fiber networks. Transceivers are essential devices in bringing internet to homes and businesses. But, how is this possible?

A transceiver consists of a PCB with a transmitter and a receiver.

These parts convert data signals from a switch into optical signals, which are sent over the fiber as data signals. Transceivers are used by any company that needs to maintain a network. Surprisingly, this includes companies of any size from local IT shops to data centers, telecoms, and governments.

But, one thing to keep in mind is that transceiver costs can add up quickly for small businesses. One way to lower costs is to go for third party transceivers over first party OEM transceivers. They’re exactly the same in terms of functionality but the third-party ones are almost always more affordable. On Linxit.com, we offer a variety of third party transceivers with a lifetime warranty, 24/7 customer support, and a near perfect reliability rating. If you’re looking for parts for your network, make sure to check out Linxit first.