Posted: February 7, 2013

Jonas Hansryd from Ericsson Research discusses how microwave backhaul can handle the demands for increased capacity.

Microwave links are the freeways of the modern mobile-broadband network. Over the past 10 years spectral efficiency has increased from about 1 bps/Hz to 35 bps/Hz demonstrating up to 1 Gbps in a single 28 MHz channel. This has made it possible for operators to roll out next-generation radio-access networks using available-frequency bands, without the need to invest in fiber infrastructure.

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