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How does a transceiver work?

Network transceiver

The network transceiver is an essential component of a fiber optics system and is utilized to transform electric signals to visual signals and visual signals to electric signals. Network transceivers can be secured into or inserted into another machine in a data system that can transmit and get a signal. A transceiver in a computer network is a sequence transmitter/receiver in an individual package. The principal function of a transceiver in a computer network is to send, as well as receive, several signals. You can buy a network transceiver from HP, Dell, Lenovo, Intel, Tp link.

Types of Transceiver

There are four types of transceivers utilized in information systems:

1. RF transceivers are utilized in modems and wifi devices for analog and digital communication. They are also utilized in satellite connection systems.
2. Optical transceivers operate fiber optic transceiver systems to transform electric signals into optical signals. They are the quick means.
3. Ethernet transceivers are used to connect electric devices in network connections. They are also recognized as communications access links.

Working of a Transceiver

The transceiver can work in half duplex or full duplex mode:

Half duplex transceivers: It can do both functions transmit or receive but can not do both functions at the same time. This is because both the antenna and recipient are connected to the related antenna using an electric switch. This method is determined in ham receivers, walkie talkies, and different single frequencies.
Full duplex transceivers: The transmitter and receiver can serve in correspondence. Broadcast and receipt take place on various radio wavelengths. This method is seen in handheld and portable two way radios.

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