Wireless Backhaul

Along with the maturity of 4G development, 5G has gradually presented its enormous prospect and will bring infinite possibilities to people’s work and life. Changes in the field of smart city, unmanned driving, telemedicine, IoT and others are just around the corner, and the industry is highly concerned about how soon 5G can be commercialized. Unlike the 4G era, 3GPP has defined the three typical scenarios of 5G, namely eMBB (enhanced mobile broadband), URLLC (ultra-high reliability, low latency communication) and mMTC (massive machine type of communication). These new applications will bring great challenges to the transmission network in the aspects of bandwidth, delay, time synchronization and several other features as well as indicators.