This 6 chapter research report covering mobile backhaul network discusses the technologies used in mobile backhaul network, equipment involved, and connectivity products needed to support these solutions.
Wireless networking of all types — cellular, LAN, WAN, WiFi, and satellite — is undergoing a period of transition. While it took more than five years for cellular sites to be upgraded from 2G to 3G, it appears that the conversion from 3G to 4G or LTE will be much shorter. In 2011, Verizon claimed that the changeover would happen before the end of 2012. That was a bit optimistic given the current economic conditions, but Verizon, and its largest rival AT&T, have made great strides in installing 4G-LTE. There are many more factors driving this upgrade than there were in play when 3G was being deployed. Smartphones were just coming onto the scene, and the tablet computer had not yet been invented. Now these devices are everywhere and their users want to be connected all the time, which has put a tremendous burden on aging 3G networks.
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Since the release of the SmartPhone and the tablet, mobile networks have seen an ever-increasing need for better data handling. Thus, we have seen the progression from 2G to 3G and now to 4G-LTE. While all of these new front-end technologies are great, they have pushed the bottleneck into the backhaul network. So now mobile users can connect to the wireless tower quickly, but the data gets stuck in the queue at the base-station, where there may be a Gigabit Ethernet connection handling 100’s (in some cases perhaps 1,000’s) of data requests.
Carriers are addressing the need to enhance mobile backhaul networks in several ways, depending on where they are in the world and how many subscribers they cover. Solutions range from pico-cell microwave transmission to Carrier Ethernet-over-fiber.
Overall revenue for connectivity products sold into the mobile backhaul market is set to reach nearly $1 billion in 2017, as shown in chart below. This report discusses the varying technologies being used in mobile backhaul networks, the equipment involved, and the connectivity products needed to support these solutions.
Heterogeneous Backhaul Network
New Backhaul Technologies to Support LTE and 4G
Equipment and Connectivity for Mobile Backhaul
Carrier Mobile Network
Microwave Radio for Mobile Backhaul
Multi-service Platform for Mobile Backhaul
Carrier Ethernet Service Switch
Mobile Backhaul Connectivity Supply and Market Opportunities
Total Revenue for Mobile Backhaul Market 2013 to 2017
Total Revenue by Application 2013 to 2017
Total Fiber and Copper 2013 to 2017
Total Copper Revenue by Category 2013 to 2017
Total Revenue RF Connectors and Cables 2013 to 2017
Chapter 1 – Introduction
The Mobile Backhaul Network Market Defined
Wireless Network Migration
How Consumer Behavior Drives the Mobile Network
Scope and Objectives
Mobile Backhaul Connectors and Cable Assemblies Covered
Methodology and Information Sources
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