What does Transceiver do?

A transceiver is a device responsible for transmitting power from one point to another, changing its state, when there is no shared circuitry between the transmit and receive functions. The term emerged in the early 1920s.

The IEEE standard defines an optical transceiver as a signal converter that has a transmitter and a receiver; A piece of equipment that switches signals from optical to electrical, maintaining the data transmission protocol so that equipment on the other end can understand the received signal and repair it if it contains an error.

The transceiver has 2 ends, one end for connecting fiber optic cable and the other for connecting an electrical device.

Transceiver Types


Bulk internet and telephone transmission etc. For carrier networks, Ethernet transceivers are optical fibers that follow Ethernet protocols to connect hardware devices within a network by transmitting and receiving messages, especially in LAN environments.

SDI Video

To send a live CCTV, SDI Video transceiver are high-performance, cost-effective duplex video modules for single-mode fiber transmission applications.

5G Technology

It is used for communication between end equipment and 5G antennas with lower long-range data capacity.