With its leading hardware capabilities and software, Huawei’s 5G RAN portfolio for all scenarios aims to deliver the best network experiences, address the challenges faced by carriers regarding site deployment, spectrum acquisition, and user experience consistency, and help carriers accelerate large-scale 5G network rollout and improve network experience.
After 10 years of strong, dedicated research and development into fundamental technology, Huawei has launched the new-generation Massive MIMO series products, securing continuous leadership in engineering, performance, and energy conservation.
Huawei's innovative 5G algorithms ensure a leading network performance, deliver premium experiences of new services, and enable customers to achieve clear advantages.
Huawei's unique SuperBAND 2.0 solution ensures that subscribers can enjoy 5G data experience anytime and anywhere. Smart anchor enables 5G always-online. 100% VoLTE ensures continuous 5G voice experience in NSA and SA scenarios.
Huawei LTE capacity solutions continue to evolve and lead the industry, redefining future networks. The solutions include triple low-band 4T4R, smart 8T8R, and smart Massive MIMO. These solutions are 5G-ready, increasing network capacity by 10-fold and delivering the best ROI.
For 5G deployment challenges of operators, such as limited space and load-bearing of the antenna, insufficient energy capacity on the existing network, and complicated installation engineering, Huawei adopts the innovative antenna, energy, and installation parts to realize simplified antenna, simplified energy, and simplified deployment, minimizes site reconstruction, and enables 5G rapid deployment at optimal costs.
DIS Enables Simplified Indoor 5G Deployment and E2E Reduces TCO: All-in-One headend, all fiber architecture and intelligent energy saving E2E reduce indoor 5G deployment TCO;
All-Scenario DIS Solution Boost 5G Commercial Use: Huawei's series LampSite meet the requirements of different scenarios, accelerate the commercial use of 5G.
5G requires large-capacity backhauling. To address these needs, Huawei has applied 5G technology to rebuilt microwave and specifically designed backhaul solutions for dense urban, urban, suburban, and high-traffic nodes. These solutions offer a bandwidth of up to 50 Gbit/s and increase the transmission distance by over 50%.
Huawei launched its antenna business in 2004 and entered a decade of rapid development from 2011. Huawei antennas continue to innovate with the goal of " high integration", "simplified deployment", and "high performance", and have made many outstanding contributions to the antenna industry.
Huawei BladeAAU Pro solution enables AAUs to be deployed with passive antennas, using a self-developed metamaterial to isolate 5G signals from low-band 4G signals, enabling 5G signals to go through passive antennas.
Huawei has independently developed signal direct injection feeding technology or SDIF for short to connect the dipoles, phase shifters, and other components without any cables. Besides, we don't need to worry about cable loss which increases gains to ensure better coverage and heat dissipation.
Huawei has developed a new material to make radomes, Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene, or GFRPP for short. With a lower density than fiberglass, this material reduces the weight of the radome by 40%. The GFRPP radome is also reliable and recyclable which is much more environmentally friendly.
Huawei has developed an innovative Dipole Multi-layer Interleaved Design. It will eliminate interference among frequency bands and dipoles with high, Intermediate, and low frequency bands and dipoles reusing a 3-layer aperture, this allows significant downsizing of antennas.
With the development of networks, more ports are required for the antenna to support more bands and channels, which will make antennas larger and heavier. How to downsize antennas? Watch the Antenna Class issue 2- Dipole Reuse Technology to find out.
Introduce of types and configurations of Huawei mainstream Antenna platforms