Introduction to Backhaul 5G
The main function of the backhaul 5G is to provide connectivity between the antenna and the core network, which directly connects the tower. Compared to 4G, the advantages of 5G are 1) increased capacity and data rates; 2) reduced operating costs; 3) higher security measured in performance, energy efficiency and latency transmission quality; 4) cross-device support with cloud computing support systems; 5) more open system design enables faster development of new hardware and software. The ability to transmit data backhaul on 5G networks is key for the deployment of new technologies such as large scale IoT applications in remote areas or rural areas. Existing 4G backhaul networks are designed for high capacity users such as individuals or small groups of people, with some exceptions. It is expected that 5G networks will support a significant volume of individual mobile devices, which are geographically scattered and need higher volume data transfer than existing LTE networks can provide. 5G is the next generation of mobile data. It will deliver faster speeds and additional capacity, enabling new types of applications and services. We work with leading operators to design and deploy 5G networks that meet their specific needs, in order to create optimized end-to-end solutions for our customers. Our portfolio ranges from comprehensive core network infrastructure, radio access network (RAN) equipment, software defined networking (SDN), small cells, fiber broadband connectivity, managed services and more. Backhaul 5G is a wireless broadband solution. Backhaul 5G may support ultra-low latency and can provide high data rates for the mobile access. It is a way of connecting a place that needs high speed, such as a stadium or concert hall to the Internet. Backhaul 5G is designed for fiber optic cable or fiber to the distribution point (FTTdp) use cases. Backhaul 5G is a low-cost, highly reliable network solution that delivers high performance and quality of service (QoS), while providing network capacity in overloaded areas. By delivering backhaul 5G throughout your network, you can better serve your customers and gain more revenue out of every square foot of space in your cellular tower sites. The backhaul 5G can be described as the transport layer between the core network and the access network. The backhaul 5G has three subparts: macro base station, small cell/access point/pico base station, and micro node/femtocell. The backhaul 5G is designed to support a high volume of communication that covers metropolitan area networks, citywide networks, enterprise local area networks (LANs), campus networks and more. 5G backhaul is a key part of 5G networks and services as it provides high-bandwidth connectivity between the 5G basestations and the core network. A key feature of this market is to support data rates which are many times higher than legacy LTE networks. The main challenge for 5G backhaul is to increase the capacity while maintaining spectral efficiency, while also reducing deployment costs and reducing the latency in mobile communication. 5G wireless backhaul is one of the key technologies for 5G deployment. It is a critical component connecting macro base stations and micro cells, which are the backbone of any mobile operator networks. The backhaul network can be used to provide stable connectivity between base stations and servers in fixed-line networks so that they can support enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) services.