Full-IP MW Transmission

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OmniBAS™ OSDR is the all-outdoor unit of OmniBAS™ microwave (MW) product family, addressing the operator need for cost-effective, all-outdoor Gigabit IP transmission solutions. 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.
  • Environmentally-friendly.

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.
  • NETCONF/Yang, ONF TR-532

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
    • Multilayer header and payload compression
    • Jumbo frames 9,600 bytes
    • Encryption AES 256 (FIPS-197)
    • MEF 9 & MEF 14 compliant for EPL, EVPL and ELAN
    • IEEE 802.1w (RSTP), IEEE 802.1s (MSTP)
    • Ethernet Ring Protection (ITU-T G.8032v2)
    • H-QoS (CE 2.0)
    • BNM (G.8013/Y.1731) - Bandwidth Notification Message
  • System synchronization:
    • Synchronous Ethernet (ITU-T G.8261 / G.8262. G.8264 (ESMC))
    • IEEE 1588v2
  • 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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