Standard for Packet-based Fronthaul Transport Networks
IEEE P1914.1 Scope -This standard specifies:
1) Architecture for the transport of mobile fronthaul traffic (e.g., Ethernet-based), including user data traffic, and management and control ‚ plane traffic.
2) Requirements and definitions for the fronthaul networks, including data rates, timing and synchronization, and quality of service. ‚ The standard also analyzes functional partitioning schemes between Remote Radio Units (RRUs) and Base-Band Units (BBUs) that improve ‚ fronthaul link efficiency and interoperability on the transport level, and that facilitate the realization of cooperative radio functions, such as ‚ massive Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (massive MIMO) operational modes, Coordinated Multi-Point (CoMP) transmission and reception.
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IEEE 1914.1TM – Approved PAR
IEEE 1914.1TM – Link to the standard
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