Optical-link module

Sept. 1, 1995

Optical-link module

The MGLM-1062 gigabit-link module combines a duplex optical transceiver with a Fibre Channel chipset and accepts 8B/10B encoded data through an 80-pin connector. It serially transfers data at 1062.5 Mbits/sec over multimode fiber at distances to 500 meters. The module is interoperable and compatible with IBM`s gigabit-link module products.

Methode Electronics Inc.

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