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5G RAN Transport Connectivity

Date: 19 November 2018 13:30 - 19 November 2018 17:15

Join us 19 November 2018 as we explore the real world transport network requirements that will make 5G a reality.

The afternoon will feature discussions, debates and a Q&A exploring the terms used in transport connectivity, referencing industry standards and work of industry fora such as NGMN and Small Cells Forum, and discussing the real world transport network requirements that will be necessary to make 5G a reality.

Terms such as fronthaul, midhaul and backhaul are commonly interchanged to describe the connectivity between a 4G or 5G base station (eNB/gNB) and mobile core network; base station architectures are often described as D-RAN, C-RAN or vRAN; these terms mean different things to different people and are often used incorrectly or at least interpreted differently which is leading to lots of confusion within our industry. Add to this the need to understand transport requirements of CPRI, eCPRI, F1, E1, S1, N2 and N3 interfaces and the 5G RAN transport connectivity situation becomes even more complex!

Who should attend?

This event is designed for those interested or involved with 5G and future networks technology. Stakeholders, companies or individuals working on solutions in transport connectivity and smart cities should attend.

Why attend?

Speakers from operators and vendors will offer insight through a series of presentations and a panel session, allowing plenty of time for Q&A.

A little more info:

For more information about the event, visit Cambridge Wireless.

Bookings are now closed – please email [email protected] to be added to the waiting list.