Ideal for single runs of fiber and power cable. Each RRH is directly connected to the BBU / PSU by one fiber and one power cable.
1 fibre trunk with up to 48 fibers. Separate fiber jumpers to the RRHs to ensure full flexibility.
Provide a single cable option for both fiber and DC power. Separate fiber and DC power jumpers to the RRHs to ensure full flexibility.
With its coaxial design, these DC types of power trunks provide the highest possible flexibility. A power cable can be connected directly to a RRH or to power jumpers utilizing Power InLine connectors. Rosenberger offers AC and DC Power Solutions
Patch Cords provide a flexible interconnection between ODF and the BBU.
Industry-best PIM levels: -117 dBm / 160 dBc @ 2 x 20 W (typ. -120 dBm / -163 dBc @ 2 x 20 W). Full traceability via web access or QR code scanning
Rosenberger offers reliable and customizable RRH connectivity solutions
With the increasing number of RRHs on sites, co-sharing and new frequency bands considerations should be given to the best choice of connectivity solution.
Existing Sites: With numerous RRHs, base station antennas, TMAs and a forest of cables installed sites are becoming crowded, even over crowded and deployment of additional equipment can be a challenge. Fiber and power cable consolidation is therefore becoming more and more the obvious way forward.
Green Field Sites: With the experience already gained today with regard to existing sites installed the chance to consolidate is present from day one.
Consolidation and optimization of fibers at sites could mean trunk multifiber and multipower solutions either boxless or with a box, with or without jumpers, with outdoor connectors or just with standard LC connectors as well as extension of existing discrete fiber optic lines.