All-Outdoor IP MW Transmission

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OmniBAS™ OSDR is an all-outdoor unit, part of OmniBAS™ microwave (MW) product family, addressing the operator need for cost-effective, all-outdoor Gigabit IP transmission solutions. It is available at 10.5, 15, 23, 26 and 28 GHz. This unit is based on the unique OSDR (Outdoor Software Defined Radio) platform, which offers state-of-the-art IP connectivity in Point-to-Point (PtP) and Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP) configurations. Depending on customer-selected software, the OSDR platform operates as an all-outdoor next-generation PtP radio, a PtMP terminal or a PtMP base station / hub, providing at the same time perfect synergy with the newest Intracom Telecom portfolio of products comprising the OmniBAS™, StreetNode™, WiBAS™ and uni|MS™ families.

OmniBAS™ OSDR, representing the PtP realization of OSDR platform, supports market-leading modulations up to 4096-QAM and employs advanced Ethernet and traffic processing functionality to demonstrate exceptional MW radio performance.

Being compatible with OmniBAS™ split-mount (IDU - ODU) links and also being manageable through the same powerful uni|MS™ system, OmniBAS™ OSDR offers unparalleled deployment flexibility for a wide variety of applications such as backhauling of heterogeneous networks (HetNets).

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Benefits

  • Market-leading modulation (4096-QAM) and radio throughput.
  • Unique software-defined platform (OSDR) for flexible last-mile MW topologies.
  • Future-proof all-outdoor Gigabit IP MW solution for advanced MW transmission requirements.
  • Ideal for last-mile backhaul and all-outdoor small cells.
  • Cost-efficient zero-footprint IP transmission for utilities, outside plants and rural communication networks.
  • Powerful end-to-end service & network management.

Being integral part of the OmniBAS™ MW portfolio, OmniBAS™ OSDR offers market-leading radio performance, excessive IP capacity and advanced traffic handling and control functionality.

Radio Features & Configurations

  • Hitless adaptive modulation (4-QAM to 4096-QAM)
  • Channels up to 56 MHz
  • Leading, full-duplex 555 Mbit/s radio throughput over a single 56 MHz channel.
  • Excessive full-duplex 880 Mbit/s line rate over a single 56 MHz channel.
  • Pre-Distortion (PD) for extended range support and high availability even at higher modulations.
  • LDPC and Reed Solomon FEC for robust operation.
  • Configurations:
    • 1+0
    • 2+0
    • 1+1

NMS

  • Managed by state-of-the-art element / network / service unified management suite (uni|MS™).
  • Embedded Web Node Manager.
  • G.826 statistics for radio paths.
  • RMON statistics for Gigabit Ethernet ports.
  • Historical Performance in the Element

Ethernet Features, QoS

  • Advanced traffic handling & QoS:
    • IEEE 802.1Q (Virtual LAN) & IEEE 802.1p (QoS)
    • IEEE 802.1ad (provider bridging, Q in Q)
    • Packet classification per VLAN / P-Bits / DSCP / MPLS exp / IPv6 QoS
    • Eight QoS queues with configurable queue size
    • Two-rate, three-color policer (2R3CP)
    • SP / WRR / WFQ scheduling
    • WRED congestion control
    • Egress traffic shaping per-port
    • L1/L2 header compression
    • Jumbo frames 9,600 bytes
    • Direct forwarding (E-Line) MAC learning disable per VLAN
    • Encryption AES 256 (FIPS-197)
    • MEF 9 & MEF 14 compliant for EPL and ELAN
    • IEEE 802.1w (RSTP)
    • Ethernet Ring Protection (ITU-T G.8032v2)
  • System synchronization:
    • Synchronous Ethernet (ITU-T G.8261 / G.8262. G.8264 (ESMC))
    • IEEE 1588v2 TC
  • Efficient Ethernet OAM , for end-to-end management.
    • IEEE 802.1ag (CFM), ITU-T Y.1731 (PM), IEEE 802.3ah (EFM)
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Typical OSDR Application: Last-mile mobile backhaul

OmniBAS™-OSDR implements a large variety of network topologies for meeting the transmission requirements of:

  • Last-mile mobile IP backhaul networks.
  • All-outdoor small-cell LTE deployments.
  • All-outdoor IP MW transmission networks for Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs).
  • Zero-footprint IP transmission for utilities, outside plants and rural communication networks.
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