LTE field fiber technicians, wash your hands before connecting BBUs and RRHs!

Procedures to Eliminate Common Fiber Connection Failures in LTE Base Stations

Base stations have undergone quite the evolution as wireless networks advanced from 3G to 4G. To accommodate the fast speeds and high bandwidth associated with LTE networks, Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI) technology is now commonplace, used to connect a Baseband Unit (BBU) and one or more Remote Radio Heads (RRH) sitting atop the tower. As part of this progression, fiber optic cable, which has extremely low transmitted signal loss to accommodate LTE networks, is prevalent in base station design … Keep reading the original blog post here

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