RTN 320 - Huawei

Huawei

RTN 320: Full-Outdoor Solution

RTN 320 is new-generation full-outdoor radio transmission equipment, which supports two microwave links and operates at 6 GHz to 42 GHz. RTN 320 provides a solution for access in the last mile, which significantly reduces operational expenditure (OPEX) and capital expenditure (CAPEX) of mobile backhaul networks. It also provides a microwave channel solution for transparent transmission on the IP RAN.

Ultra-broadband, High Spectral Efficiency, Max 2 Gbit/s per Carrier  

  • 112 MHz channel spacing, 4096QAM modulation, and up to 2 Gbit/s throughput per carrier, meeting different backhaul requirements. 
  • Adaptive modulation (AM), which increases link capacity while assuring high availability of high-priority services 
  • Ethernet Frame Header compression, further enhancing spectral efficiency and packet service throughput over the air interface 
  • Easy Deployment, Easy OAM

  • Full outdoor architecture, allowing zero footprint installation 
  • USB flash drive for commissioning and quick configuration, enabling plug and play on site, thereby lowering engineering costs and improving deployment efficiency 
  • Wi-Fi maintenance port, allowing for contact-free maintenance, lowering maintenance costs 
  • Comprehensive Ethernet Capability 

  • Supporting E-Line or E-LAN services 
  • Supporting 8-level QoS, empowering service-aware networks and guaranteeing the transmission quality of high-priority services 
  • Supporting the link aggregation group (LAG) feature 
  • Supporting ETH OAM, enabling SDH-like maintenance on IP networks and improving maintenance efficiency of microwave networks 
  • Supporting Synchronous Ethernet and IEEE 1588v2, meeting the synchronization requirements of wireless and IP networks 
  • Easy Full Outdoor Reconstruction, Smooth Evolution  

  • In full outdoor microwave reconstruction projects, RTN 320 can share antennas, couplers, and XMC ODUs with RTN 900, which can effectively protect operators' initial investment. 
  • Customers can first deploy 1+0 and later upgrade to 2+0, XPIC, and MIMO dual-channel application. This improves bandwidth and spectral efficiencies, helping save initial investment and reduce TCO.