BBus

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BBusBachelor of Business
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Increases capacity of previous generation BBUs by 260%, while consuming up to 50% less power
No compromise in performance - BBU supports up to 24 cells (fully loaded at 20MHz) in a compact d2U chassis
Backwards-compatible with Alcatel-Lucent's existing BBU chassis and current generation boards
Forwards-compatible with virtualized RAN architectures and BBU pooling
The participant will experience the fiber ring demo to deliver CPRI 3, 4, 5, 6 between BBU (Base Band Units) hotel and RRH (Remote Radio Heads) with very small latency.
It supports all other RAID modes, and additional high availability features include fully redundant data paths and redundant hot swappable drives, cooling, power supplies, and BBUs.
Additional high availability features include redundant I/O modules, cooling, power supplies, and BBUs.
The RFUs and BBUs can be connected by a customer-provided single-mode fiber cable at distances of up to 15 miles.
For example, in an urban environment, multiple BBUs can be deployed at a company maintenance facility and connected to a mobile switching center via a T1 line, while the RFUs are deployed miles away near major highways, train and bus stations and hospitals and connected to the BBUs via a single-mode fiber cable.
The CORTEX technology has set the standard for commercial BBUs, and we are enthused about combining this with our Telemetrix technology for use on Federal programs.
RFS new fiber jumpers are an ideal solution for last-mile fiber connections, such as between patch panels, distribution boxes, and BBUs.
Mindspeed T4000 SoC introduces an innovative approach to solving the challenge of designing cost and power effective LTE BBU solutions.