Anritsu contributes to IEEE 1914.3TM release for 5G fronthaul

December 12, 2018 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Anritsu contributes to IEEE 1914.3TM release for 5G fronthaul
As a voting member of the IEEE 1914™ working group, Anritsu Corporation is part of the small and dedicated team developing and releasing standards for the switch to 5G networks. Following its first April 2016 meeting, the IEEE 1914™ working group established, developed, and published the IEEE 1914.3 standard in October 2018

IEEE 1914.3 defines the encapsulation and mapping of radio protocols for transport over Ethernet frames using Radio over Ethernet (RoE), forming a key part of 5G fronthaul networks. It supports mapping, digitized radio data, CPRI™, I/Q data and control channel frames across a routed Ethernet network. Using Ethernet as the transport layer with IEEE 1914.3 frames improves fronthaul networks with higher link capacity and high transfer efficiency while maintaining required network latency guarantees.

Anritsu representatives are part of a small group of individuals affiliated with market-leading companies contributing to the IEEE 1914.3 release, including AT&T, China Mobile, Comcores, CommScope, FiberHome, Intel, Microchip Technology, MT and SM Optics.

The Network Master Pro (MT1000A) from Anritsu released in May 2018 with support for IEEE 1914.3 and eCPRI™ maintains its market lead as a field portable instrument for the transport market. With 10G, 25G and 100G Ethernet capabilities including PTP (IEEE 1588™), the MT1000A is the ideal tool for supporting the 4G to 5G switch.

Vous êtes certain ?

Si vous désactivez les cookies, vous ne pouvez plus naviguer sur le site.

Vous allez être rediriger vers Google.