Yamasaki Single Fiber Bi-Directional Gigabit SFP Transceivers allow data
transfer in either direction through a single optical fiber by employing
separate wavelengths travelling in either direction; this can greatly
enhance the performance of single mode fiber optic networks.

Yamasaki Single Fiber Bi-Directional Gigabit SFP Transceivers allow data
transfer in either direction through a single optical fiber by employing
separate wavelengths travelling in either direction; this can greatly
enhance the performance of single mode fiber optic networks.

Yamasaki Single Fiber Bi-Directional Gigabit SFP Transceivers allow data
transfer in either direction through a single optical fiber by employing
separate wavelengths travelling in either direction; this can greatly
enhance the performance of single mode fiber optic networks.

Yamasaki Single Fiber Bi-Directional Gigabit SFP Transceivers allow data
transfer in either direction through a single optical fiber by employing
separate wavelengths travelling in either direction; this can greatly
enhance the performance of single mode fiber optic networks.

Yamasaki Single Fiber Bi-Directional Gigabit SFP Transceivers allow data
transfer in either direction through a single optical fiber by employing
separate wavelengths travelling in either direction; this can greatly
enhance the performance of single mode fiber optic networks.

Yamasaki Single Fiber Bi-Directional Gigabit SFP Transceivers allow data
transfer in either direction through a single optical fiber by employing
separate wavelengths travelling in either direction; this can greatly
enhance the performance of single mode fiber optic networks.

Yamasaki Single Fiber Bi-Directional Gigabit SFP Transceivers allow data
transfer in either direction through a single optical fiber by employing
separate wavelengths travelling in either direction; this can greatly
enhance the performance of single mode fiber optic networks.

Yamasaki Single Fiber Bi-Directional Gigabit SFP Transceivers allow data
transfer in either direction through a single optical fiber by employing
separate wavelengths travelling in either direction; this can greatly
enhance the performance of single mode fiber optic networks.