Backhaul technologies comparison.

Backhaul technologies comparison.

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Unlike 4G LTE and its predecessor technologies, 5G evolution comprises of many other advanced use cases apart from conventional mobile broadband. With the introduction of 5G technology, networks will incrementally evolve to higher throughput and low latency. To assist such high capacity datarate, reliability and low latency, microwave back haul is...

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... for high datarate, performance and throughput for traffic in network operator side have made this transformation and those demands begin to grow exponentially. Figure 2 depicts that Backhaul media distribution worldwide except few countries evolved from copper to fiber or microwave [1] radios. In 2022, we can still see that more than 65% of the networks would be connected by microwave technology. ...

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