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  • Keysight Patch Taps – Integrated Fiber Optical Taps

    For use in patch panels and fiber distribution frames.
    Single mode fiber speeds of 1G, 10G, 25G, 40G, 50G and 100G.
    Bend-insensitive fibers.
    Lower latency that traditional fiber taps.
    No exterior housing.
    Multimode fiber speeds of 1G, 10G and 25G.
    50/50 and 70/30 split ratios supported.

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  • Keysight Flex Tap Passive Fiber Optical Taps

    50/50, 60/40, 70/30, 80/20 and 90/10 split ratios supported.
    Fully modular product — anywhere between 1 and 36 taps in a 1U 19 inch rack.
    “Mix and Match” different speeds and fiber types in one chassis.
    Prepopulated chassis with either 8, 16 or 24 modules available at a discount.
    Support speeds from 1G to 400G.
    LC, MTP and BiDi deployments supported.

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  • Keysight Copper Taps

    Passes all network traffic – not reliant on SPAN ports. Speed, link and activity. Link Fault Detect prevents undetected network link failures. DIP switches for configuring, duplexing, auto-negotiation and speed settings.Models of copper taps:

    • TP-CU3-ST, 10/100/1000 Copper Tap
    • TP-CU3-ZD, 10/100/1000 Copper Tap
    • TP-CU3-ZD-DC, 10/100/1000 Copper Tap
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  • Keysight Tap Aggregators

    • Fail to wire — relays/optical switches allow traffic to flow even in power outage/device failure.
    • Cost Effective — avoid cost expense of managing SPAN ports.
    • Copper tap aggregators — simple ‘plug and play’ set up.
    • Fiber tap aggregator — Web GUI for easy set up plus CLI if required for maximum flexibility.
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  • Keysight Regeneration Taps

    • Secure — no way for the device to be compromised or brought down by external threats.
    • Cost effective — far lower cost than network packet brokers.
    • Copper and Fiber (1G and 10G) options available.
    • Does not modify traffic — tools see real copies of the packets from the network.
    • “Plug and Play” — does not require costly device management and configuration time.
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