The first use of ODF patch panel in the telecommunications industry continues to be used today. If you see the line people making a call and then plugging into another jack, you will understand what we're talking about.
What is ODF patch panel? This is a device that helps you connect many different components such as computers, telephones, stage and studio equipment. Traditional panels, also known as patch bays, usually have two sides, front and rear. Ports and jacks on both sides with wires inserted into them. In most cases, you will see longer cables plugged in the back, shorter cables in the front.
ODF patch panel is devices that help to connect individual components such as phones, computers or studios and stage equipment. A typical patch panel, also known as a patch panel, has front and rear sides flanked by two sides. Jacks and ports on both sides, into which cables are plugged. Usually the front cable is shorter and the back cable is longer. This allows the technician to disconnect one set of cables while keeping the other set of cables intact.
Although patch panels are used for the first time in telecommunications, they are now widely used elsewhere, for example in connecting computers in a network connecting multiple computers that are interconnected by patch panels and serve as static switchboards and LAN connection to external internet connection.
One of the most popular ODF patch panel types is wall-mounted. It saves space, you do not have to hunt around to change the cable. In large devices, these devices are usually located in the switchhouse to connect personal desktops, fax machines, and more. On the other hand, smaller office and home networks can use a simple power board design with multiple devices plugged into the jacks on the panel. A desktop can send messages through the panel and control another desktop. So it can send a file, let the fax machine dial and send the file.