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Requirements of 5G Network for Optical Patch Cord

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5G network connects people and things through intelligent networks and applications, which strives to provide the best performance among all factors while connecting more devices. The progress of the armored fiber patch cable will promote and stimulate a new wave of computing and technological innovation, which will change the way we live and work. Before 5G becomes a reality, the fiber patch cord must be in place to support the influx of billions of devices and trillions of terabytes of data into the network. Cellular functions are relatively simple at first, but as each generation of functions, applications, and services expand, the fiber patch cable that supports them becomes more and more complex. In order to achieve all the functions provided by 5G, a more intensive and richer multimode fiber patch cord is needed to provide key performance indicators: lower latency, longer battery life, higher data rates, ultra-high reliability, and more connected devices.

 

93-2 single mode fiber patch cable

 

What Are the Differences in 5G?

 

5G has realized the vision of a truly connected society, whose influence has spread to almost all industries.

5G smart buildings/cities/communities will provide more efficient services to citizens, strengthen cooperation between different economic sectors, and encourage innovative business models in the private and public sectors.

In the field of health care, 5G will greatly improve the effectiveness of preventive care and robotic surgery.

Self-driving cars by 5G make traffic safer and improve traffic congestion.

 

In 3G and 4G deployment, the small cell began to increase coverage and introduced the word "encryption". Unlike previous generations, 5G will use different frequencies to implement new services. Globally, frequencies below 6 GHz will be used as the basis for city-wide mobile connectivity, while the higher part of the spectrum (millimeter-wave frequencies of 24 GHz and above) will be used for high bandwidth coverage. This new high band spectrum has a greater range coverage limitation, so densification has a new significance.

 

As the current 4G and future 5G networks show, a typical 4G macrocell can theoretically cover 10 square miles. The 5G plan has as many as 60 small batteries and covers only one square mile, but the actual deployment will be different.

 

 

What Are the Features of 5G?

 

Fiber optic patch cords are the preferred medium of the existing wireless backhaul network, and the wireless backhaul ultimately needs to be connected to the optical fiber backhaul. Fiber jumper is known as the first choice for frontier transportation and a dense grid connecting 5G small batteries. Due to the advantages of high speed, low attenuation, anti-electromagnetic interference, and small size, the bandwidth potential is almost unlimited, which is one of the reasons for choosing duplex fiber.

 

Taking our 60 cells per square mile as an example, some studies have shown that the fiber optic jumper depends heavily on real-time data, making lower latency and higher bandwidth more important than ever before.

 

Today, many operators are using the common radio interface protocol to support a variety of cellular services (2G, 3G, and 4G / LTE). Traditionally, each sector and frequency band receive a pair of dedicated multimode patch cords. Besides, operators can drop 24 or 36 single-mode fiber patch cables at a cell site and make sure that they have room for capacity growth at that location.


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