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1914.3 (RoE) eCPRI Transport

December 18, 2018

As operators move to 5G there will be a massive increase in network throughput requirements, requiring the new frame structures developed by the IEEE 1914.3 and eCPRI standards to be utilized carring traffic more efficiently. The transition also requires a new network architecture defined in the IEEE 1914.1 standard. These new networks will be required to adhere to strict timing, latency, routing, switching, and availability requirements. Testing during network I&M will be the key to assuring the end-user expected transport network reliability and uptime.

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