What is the range of a fibre optic repeater?

Answer Each optic device is different. A 1000BaseZX transceiver has a range of 100KM, so you'd be looking at 56 repeaters each with 2 1000BaseZX at least, or 112 SFPs.You are talking about a possibly mult... Read More »

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