CPRI fiber patch cable is the ideal design for outdoor fiber cable applications. Such product can meet the FTTA(fiber to the Antenna) program requirements for outdoor environment conditions. Especially in the 3G, 4G, Base station (BBU to RRU). CPRI fiber patch cable are rapidly becoming the standard connector interface.
Mobile network operators are required, now more than ever before, to modernize their network infrastructures in order to keep up with continuous high-bandwidth growth. To meet subscriber expectations, many mobile operators are switching from legacy “copper-to-the-antenna” to fiber-to-the-antenna (FTTA) infrastructures. Moreover, to add capacity and coverage for LTE services, they are deploying distributed antenna system (DAS) networks and small cells. DAS manufacturers are increasingly using the CPRI protocol as the go-to interface between base stations and DAS head-ends.
LC/LC FTTA outdoor fiber patch cord CPRI available in 2 core and 4 core combinations can carry control or message signals with minimum loss. FTTA outdoor fiber patch cord is designed for the quick and iterative distributing & retrieving under harsh environment. CPRI LC/LC FTTA cable is can armored with SUS flexible spring tube, portable, flexible, oil-resistant, rubbing-resistant, flame retardant, high tension load and wide operating temperature range. Its applications include quick deployment, military, mining, oil field, TV broadcasting, and communication emergency repair.Ideal for outside cabling application-Armored steel tape for rodent resistance-Pressure resistance-Fully water-blocked-Moisture blocking loose tubes-Fiber 2 core or 4 core
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The Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI) standard defines an interface between Radio Equipment Control (REC) and Radio Equipment (RE). Oftentimes, CPRI links are used to carry data between cell sites and base stations.The purpose of CPRI is to allow replacement of a copper or coax cable connection between a radio transceiver (used example for mobile-telephone communication and typically located in a tower) and a base station (typically located at the ground nearby), so the connection can be made to a remote and more convenient location.This connection (often referred to as the Fronthaul network) can be a fiber to an installation where multiple remote base stations may be served. This fiber supports multi mode communication and doesn’t support single mode communication. The fiber end is connected with the transceiver device called Small form-factor pluggable transceiver.
The companies working to define the specification include Ericsson AB, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, NEC Corporation, Alcatel Lucent and Nokia.