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High-capacity ethernet backhaul radio systems for advanced mobile data networks [Application Notes]

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1 Author(s)
Boch, E. ; DragonWave, Inc., ON, Canada

Ethernet represents a cost-effective, high-performance metropolitan backhaul solution for next-generation mobile data networks. Wireless point-to-point realization of Ethernet network structures, such as constrained meshes and rings, represents a powerful, rapidly deployable solution for network operators. Pseudowire technology can be deployed when synchronous TDM backhaul circuits are needed at a base-station site to connect legacy (voice) backhaul demands while allowing the network to migrate toward an all-IP, Ethernet-based implementation.

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Microwave Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 5 )