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Form Factor
           
   Your choices are...         
   Board       The media converter is a computer board or card. 
   Module       The media converter is a module: desktop, slide-in (into a chassis), rack mounted, wall mounted, etc. 
   IC Chip       The converter is a computer chip. 
   Other       Other, not listed, form factors. 
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Network
   Primary Network       
   Your choices are...         
   10Base-T       A baseband 10 Mbps Ethernet over unshielded twisted-pair cables (category 3 or better). 
   10Base-2       A baseband 10 Mbps Ethernet over thin coaxial cable. 
   10Base-5       A baseband 10 Mbps Ethernet over thick coaxial cable. 
   10Base-FL       A baseband 10 Mbps Ethernet over two strands of fiber (one to transmit data and one to receive data). 
   100Base-T       General term for 100 Mbps Ethernet over twisted-pair cable. 
   100Base-TX       A baseband 100 Mbps Ethernet over two pairs of Category 5 unshielded twisted-pair cables or shielded twisted-pair. Also known as Copper Data Distribution Interface (CDDI). 
   100Base-FX       A baseband 100Mbps Ethernet fiber optic cable. Also known as Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI). 
   1000Base-CX       Baseband Gigabit Ethernet over four pairs of Category 5 cables or better. 
   1000Base-LX       Baseband Gigabit Ethernet using long wavelength laser devices over single mode fiber. 
   1000Base-SX       Baseband Gigabit Ethernet using short wavelength laser devices over multimode fiber. 
   1000Base-T       Baseband Gigabit Ethernet over Category 5 unshielded twisted-pair cables. 
   10/100Base-TX       A dual Ethernet that can be operated as a 10 Mbps or as 100 Mbps. 
   Single Mode Fiber       An optical fiber with a narrow core that allows light to travel along in only one path. 
   Multimode Fiber       Optical fiber with a relatively wide core (50 to 62.5 microns) that allows light to travel in multiple rays to follow different path through the core. 
   RS232/422/485       Serial port of type RS232, RS422, or RS485. 
   Token Ring UTP       A type of network in which all the computers are arranged (schematically) in a circle. A token (small message), which is a special bit pattern, travels around the circle. To send a message, a computer catches the token, attaches a message to it, and then lets it continue to travel around the network. 
   OC-3 Single Mode       Optical Carrier (OC) is used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks conforming to Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) standard. OC-3 has a standard speed of 155.52 Mbps. 
   OC-3 Multimode       Optical Carrier (OC) is used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks conforming to Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) standard. OC-3 has a standard speed of 155.52 Mbps. 
   OC-12 Single Mode       Optical Carrier (OC) is used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks conforming to Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) standard. OC-12 has a standard speed of 622.08 Mbps. 
   OC-12 Multimode       Optical Carrier (OC) is used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks conforming to Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) standard. OC-12 has a standard speed of 622.08 Mbps. 
   ATM Single Mode       Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a network technology based on transferring data in cells or packets of a fixed size. 
   ATM Multimode       Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a network technology based on transferring data in cells or packets of a fixed size. 
   Other       Other, not listed, networks. 
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   Secondary Network       
   Your choices are...         
   10Base-T       A baseband 10 Mbps Ethernet over unshielded twisted-pair cables (category 3 or better). 
   10Base-2       A baseband 10 Mbps Ethernet over thin coaxial cable. 
   10Base-5       A baseband 10 Mbps Ethernet over thick coaxial cable. 
   10Base-FL       A baseband 10 Mbps Ethernet over two strands of fiber (one to transmit data and one to receive data). 
   100Base-T       General term for 100 Mbps Ethernet over twisted-pair cable. 
   100Base-TX       A baseband 100 Mbps Ethernet over two pairs of Category 5 unshielded twisted-pair cables or shielded twisted-pair. 
   100Base-FX       A baseband 100 Mbps Ethernet fiber optic cable. 
   1000Base-CX       Baseband Gigabit Ethernet over four pairs of Category 5 cables or better. 
   1000Base-LX       Baseband Gigabit Ethernet using long wavelength laser devices over single mode fiber. 
   1000Base-SX       Baseband Gigabit Ethernet using short wavelength laser devices over multimode fiber. 
   1000Base-T       Baseband Gigabit Ethernet over Category 5 unshielded twisted-pair cables. 
   10/100Base-TX       A dual Ethernet that can be operated at 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps. 
   Single Mode Fiber       An optical fiber with a narrow core that allows light to travel along in only one path. 
   Multimode Fiber       Optical fiber with a relatively wide core (50 to 62.5 microns) that allows light to travel in multiple rays to follow different path thought the core. 
   RS232/422/485       Serial port of type RS232, RS422, or RS485. 
   Token Ring UTP       A type of network in which all the computers are arranged (schematically) in a circle. A token (small message), which is a special bit pattern, travels around the circle. To send a message, a computer catches the token, attaches a message to it, and then lets it continue to travel around the network. 
   OC-3 Single Mode       Optical Carrier (OC) is used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks conforming to Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) standard. OC-3 has a standard speed of 155.52 Mbps. 
   OC-3 Multimode       Optical Carrier (OC) is used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks conforming to Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) standard. OC-3 has a standard speed of 155.52 Mbps. 
   OC-12 Single Mode       Optical Carrier (OC) is used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks conforming to Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) standard. OC-12 has a standard speed of 622.08 Mbps. 
   OC-12 Multimode       Optical Carrier (OC) is used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks conforming to Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) standard. OC-12 has a standard speed of 622.08 Mbps. 
   ATM Single Mode       Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a network technology based on transferring data in cells or packets of a fixed size. 
   ATM Multimode       Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a network technology based on transferring data in cells or packets of a fixed size. 
   Other       Other, not listed, networks. 
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Ports / Cables
   Primary Port Connectors       
   Your choices are...         
   AUI       AUI is the IEEE 802.3 standard name for the cable connecting an Ethernet transceiver (MAU) to a networked device. An AUI cable is equipped with a 15-pin connector that mates with a 15-pin connector on the networked device. 
   MIC       Medium Interface Connector (MCI) is a duplex fiber optic connector used with Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) networks. 
   RJ-45       RJ-45 connectors look a bit like a standard phone connector but are twice as wide (with eight wires). RJ-45s are used for hooking up computers to local area networks (LANs) or for phones with many lines. 
   BNC       The BNC is essentially a miniature version of the C connector that is a Bayonet version of the N connector. BNC connectors are available in both 50 and 75 ohm versions; both versions will mate together. The 50 ohm designs operate up to a frequency of 4 GHz. BNC connectors are used in many applications, some of which are flexible networks, instrumentation, and computer peripheral interconnections. 
   DB-9       Similar in appearance to a CAPITOL D, D-Subminiature connectors are generally referred to by the number of pins or sockets they have. For example DB-9, DB-25, etc. The design of these connectors varies little between manufacturers, except for the color of the shell. 
   SC Single Mode       A fiber optic connector having a 2.5mm ferrule, push-pull latching mechanism, and the ability to be snapped together to form duplex and multifiber connectors. SC connectors are the preferred fiber optic cable for premises cabling, and are recommended by the TIA/EIA-568-A Standard for structured cabling. Used with Ethernet 100Base-FX and 1000Base-LX/SX fiber optic media systems. 
   SC Multimode       A fiber optic connector having a 2.5mm ferrule, push-pull latching mechanism, and the ability to be snapped together to form duplex and multifiber connectors. SC connectors are the preferred fiber optic cable for premises cabling, and are recommended by the TIA/EIA-568-A Standard for structured cabling. Used with Ethernet 100Base-FX and 1000Base-LX/SX fiber optic media systems. 
   ST Single Mode       Designation for the "straight tip" connector developed by AT&T. This fiber optic connector features a nonrotating 2.5mm ferrule design and bayonet connector-to-adapter mating. Used with Ethernet 10Base-FL and FIORL links. 
   ST Multimode       Designation for the "straight tip" connector developed by AT&T. This fiber optic connector features a physically contacting nonrotating 2.5mm ferrule design and bayonet connector-to-adapter mating. Used with Ethernet 10Base-FL and FIORL links. 
   MTRJ Single Mode       The MTRJ is a small factor interconnects based upon the compact "RJ" style design. This duplex connector is well suited for high-density applications. 
   MTRJ Multimode       The MTRJ is a small factor interconnects based upon the compact "RJ" style design. This duplex connector is well suited for high-density applications. 
   Other       Other, not listed, interfaces. 
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   Secondary Port Connectors       
   Your choices are...         
   AUI       The IEEE 802.3 standard name for the cable connecting an Ethernet transceiver (MAU) to a networked device. An AUI cable is equipped with a 15-pin connector that mates with a 15-pin connector on the networked device. 
   MIC       Medium Interface Connector. Duplex fiber optic connector used with Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) networks. 
   RJ-45       RJ-45 connectors look a bit like a standard phone connector but are twice as wide (with eight wires). RJ-45s are used for hooking up computers to local area networks (LANs) or for phones with lots of lines. 
   BNC       The BNC is essentially a miniature version of the C connector, which is a Bayonet version of the N connector. BNC connectors are available in both 50 and 75 ohm versions; both versions will mate together. The 50 ohm designs operate up to a frequency of 4 GHz. BNC connectors are used in many applications, some of which are flexible networks, instrumentation and computer peripheral interconnections. 
   DB-9       Similar in appearance to a CAPITOL D, D-Subminiature connectors are generally referred to by the number of pins or sockets they have. For example DB-9, DB-25, etc. The design of these connectors varies little between manufacturers, except for the color of the shell. 
   SC Single Mode       A fiber optic connector having a 2.5mm ferrule, push-pull latching mechanism, and the ability to be snapped together to form duplex and multifiber connectors. SC connectors are the preferred fiber optic cable for premises cabling, and are recommended by the TIA/EIA-568-A Standard for structured cabling. Used with Ethernet 100Base-FX and 1000Base-LX/SX fiber optic media systems. 
   SC Multimode       A fiber optic connector having a 2.5mm ferrule, push-pull latching mechanism, and the ability to be snapped together to form duplex and multifiber connectors. SC connectors are the preferred fiber optic cable for premises cabling, and are recommended by the TIA/EIA-568-A Standard for structured cabling. Used with Ethernet 100Base-FX and 1000Base-LX/SX fiber optic media systems. 
   ST Single Mode       Designation for the "straight tip" connector developed by AT&T. This fiber optic connector features a contacting non-rotating 2.5mm ferrule design and bayonet connector-to-adapter mating. Used with Ethernet 10Base-FL and FIORL links. 
   ST Multimode       Designation for the "straight tip" connector developed by AT&T. This fiber optic connector features a physically contacting non-rotating 2.5mm ferrule design and bayonet connector-to-adapter mating. Used with Ethernet 10Base-FL and FIORL links. 
   MTRJ Single Mode       The MTRJ is a small factor interconnects based upon the compact "RJ" style design. This duplex connector is well suited for high-density applications. 
   MTRJ Multimode       The MTRJ is a small factor interconnects based upon the compact "RJ" style design. This duplex connector is well suited for high-density applications. 
   Other       Other, not listed, interfaces. 
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   Primary Port Maximum Cable Distance       The maximum length of the cable that can be connected to the primary port of the converter. 
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   Secondary Port Maximum Cable Distance       The maximum length of the cable that can be connected to the secondary port of the converter. 
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Features
   Stackable?       The network equipment is stackable. 
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   Rack Mountable?       The network equipment is rack mountable. 
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   Full Duplex?       The converter can be connected to full duplex devices. A full duplex device can transmit and receive at the same time. 
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   LED Indicator?       The converter has LEDs to indicate certain operating conditions, such as power, network problems, packets sent and received, etc. 
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