At MWC 18 presented new solutions 5G for the global market
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Huawei has introduced a new range of solutions for 5G end-to-end (E2E) developed according to 3GPP standards for the core network, transport network, radio base stations and terminals. These are solutions that could speed up the development of this technology all over the world.
The first technologies 5G will be implemented in buildings and densely populated urban areas.The new series full range of solutions 5G Huawei supports millimetre-wave, C-band, and all frequency bands under 3 GHz. These products cover all types of sites including towers, pole sites and small cells.
The C-band 64T64R and 32T32R Massive MIMO AAUs will guarantee users a great network experience wherever they are. The Active Antennas (AAUs) have a bandwidth of 200 MHz and 3D beamforming for coverage of buildings and offer a coverage network uniform, satisfying the variety of demands in each scenario. The cover can be flexibly adapted to optimize the user experience based on its distance from the hotspot by increasing the capacity of the network of 20 or 30 times. These products can support a bandwidth of 1 GHz. The EIRP (Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power) of the antenna reaches up to 65 dBm, and the most efficient in the industry.
New products and 5G Massive MIMO that support the C-band and millimetre-wave can be installed directly on the lampposts and fill any holes in the coverage of the network by enhancing the capacity of the hotspot. The solution 5G LampSite is back-compatible with the standard 4G. Excellent solution for large and small cities.
In addition, the new technologies introduced by Huawei that will support, respectively, the network infrastructure is distributed, centralized. BBU5900 is the solution with the highest degree of integration currently available on the market, seen that supports all access technologies, radio (2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G) and all the frequency bands, and offers a capacity of backhaul of 50 Gbps to allow for the development of future services 5G. The solution CBU5900 supports the centralized deployment of a large number of units to the base band in support of an architecture of C-RAN. The use of CBU5900 helps to simplify the operations related to the network infrastructure is located in remote areas and to reduce the demand of local air-conditioning for the equipment of the network, and finally it contributes to quick synchronization via satellite throughout the network.
Based on the architecture of the all-cloud, the solution of the core network 5G Huawei uses the architecture microservice-centric (MCA) to simultaneously support 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G, and allow a gradual evolution from the solution non-standalone (NSA) standalone (SA). At the same time, unlike a traditional network architecture, the network core 5G all-cloud Huawei uses a distributed architecture based on the separation between user plane and control plane (CUPS) to help operators to implement management reporting in the central Data Center and deploy in a flexible way the management of the data of the user according to the service scenarios. For example, for the services eMBB such as augmented reality (AR)/virtual reality (VR) and IPTV HD-WTTx, the management can be placed at the edge of the network to minimize the traffic on the backbone network, to obtain an ultra-low latency and avoid congestion.
It is therefore very important steps for the development of the technology 5G on a global scale.
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