The RTN 380AX is a full-outdoor microwave transmission device operating at 71–76 or 81–86 GHz frequency bands (E-band). The RTN 380AX is applicable to mobile communications networks or dedicated networks. It features large capacity, low inter-site interference, and rich spectrum resources. It provides large-capacity microwave backhaul or aggregation links and can be used as a supplement to metro optical networks.
The RTN 380AX is available in two types. One type of RTN 380AX supports only the P&E power supply mode. The other type of RTN 380AX supports two power supply modes: DC and P&E.
.Large capacity: provides microwave backhaul or aggregation links with 10 GE air-interface capacity. When XPIC is configured, link capacity per carrier can be increased to 20 Gbps, providing large-capacity microwave links for aggregation sites..10GE ports: provides 10GE SFP optical ports or DSFP port and supports 10GE to site. .Large channel bandwidth: provides 62.5 MHz, 125 MHz, 250 MHz, 500 MHz, 750 MHz, 1000 MHz, 1500 MHz and 2000 MHz channel bandwidth. .High modulation mode: provides a modulation scheme of up to 512QAM. .Super Dual Band: works as a slave device to bond with the RTN 900 to provide the Super Dual Band solution, or works as a master device to bond with the RTN 310/320 to provide the Full-Outdoor Super Dual Band solution. Either of the solutions can provide high-bandwidth, long-distance, and highly-available backhaul links. .AMAC: supports adaptive modulation and adaptive channel bandwidth (AMAC) to ensure the transmission of high-priority services.