EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Samsung Networks 5G NR CDU50

EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Samsung Networks 5G NR CDU50

Latest DNA-I Teardown Report Fourth in Series on 5G NR Baseband Units

Design Architecture Provides Insights into Samsung’s Close Partnership with Marvell Technology

Half Moon Bay, CA July 13, 2022:  EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce a new report to its DesigN Analysis-Infrastructure (DNA-I) research series. The DNA-I series focuses on radio access network (RAN) equipment teardown reports. These reports provide invaluable insight into the design philosophies and architectures for the major radio equipment OEMs as well as a full bill of materials (BOM) for major semiconductor integrated circuit (IC) and passive component products and suppliers.

We have previously released DNA reports on 5G NR digital baseband units from Ericsson, Nokia Networks, and ZTE Corporation. The new report is on a Samsung Networks 5G NR digital baseband unit (BBU), the CDU50 (Cabinet-type Digital Uni). The CDU50 can be configured with up to three channel management cards (GCx), each of which supports a combination of up to 12 CPRI/eCPRI remote radio units (RRU) as well as three eCPRI massive MIMO units (MMU) in FR1 and FR2 frequency bands, depending on the number of cells, channel bandwidth, number of layers and throughput requirements. The CDU50 is the first true 5G NR digital baseband system from Samsung Networks, replacing the prior 4G LTE CDU30 product that only supported mixed-mode FDD/TDD-LTE.

The CDU50 design continues Samsung’s product philosophy for its digital baseband units to be a single 2U 19” rack-mounted indoor unit with upgradable hardware cards, either the main switch/transport card (GMx) or the channel management cards (GCx). It is also a standalone gNodeB that includes the distributed unit (DU) and centralized unit (CU) functions in a single box and can be deployed in existing mobile networks using a distributed radio access network topology (D-RAN).

“The 5G NR CDU50 gNodeB illustrates Samsung’s close partnership with Marvell Technology, Inc. and offers insights into the architecture for the switch transport L2/L3 functions as well as the L1 modem architecture within the digital unit and how future products supporting the separation of the distributed unit (DU) and centralized unit (CU) will be designed,” says Lum.

For more information on our detailed reports, consulting services, and design analysis services, contact Earl J. Lum directly at (650) 430-2221 or elum@ejlwireless.com. We invite you to subscribe to our Email Updates, or meet with us at upcoming wireless conferences and events. Discover why EJL Wireless Research is the preferred choice for wireless market intelligence.

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EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Ericsson 5G 39GHz mmWave AIR 5331

EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Ericsson 5G 39GHz mmWave AIR 5331

Latest DNA-I Teardown Report Second in Series on 5G mmWave AAUs

Leveraging of Ericsson’s mmWave ASICs continues with larger 8 Beam System

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Half Moon Bay, CA December 2, 2021:  EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce a new report to its DesigN Analysis-Infrastructure (DNA-I) research series. The DNA-I series focuses on radio access network (RAN) equipment teardown reports. These reports provide invaluable insight into the design philosophies and architectures for the major radio equipment OEMs as well as a full bill of materials (BOM) for major semiconductor integrated circuit (IC) and passive component products and suppliers.

The new report is on an Ericsson 5G NR mmWave active antenna unit (AAU) small cell, the AIR 5331, which supports the n260 (37-40 GHz) frequency band. The unit is targeted for the United States 5G NR small cell market, supporting up to 800MHz total bandwidth and up to 200MHz of channel bandwidth. Additionally, the AIR 5331 supports up to 100W per beam and 800W per system, targeting deployments on the top of the street light and signal light poles in urban and suburban markets.

Unlike the previous Ericsson mmWave Streetmacro 6701 system we analyzed, the AIR 5331 is not a complete small cell and requires a baseband unit (BBU) and optical fronthaul link and would typically be deployed to provide coverage for a single sector. Three AIR 5331 units would be a typical 3-sector small cell site configuration for a mobile operator.

“The AIR 5331 is meant for applications such as fixed wireless access (FWA) broadband as well as for mobility hot spot applications in supporting mobile handsets with 5G mmWave capabilities. EJL Wireless Research remains cautious on the uptake and penetration rate of mmWave 5G handsets due to the drain on battery life and limited coverage areas, offsetting the capability of multi-Gbps data rates,” says Lum.

For more information on our detailed reports, consulting services, and design analysis services, contact Earl J. Lum directly at (650) 430-2221 or elum@ejlwireless.com. We invite you to subscribe to our Email Updates, or meet with us at upcoming wireless conferences and events. Discover why EJL Wireless Research is the preferred choice for wireless market intelligence.

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EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Huawei 5G NR 8T8R Remote Radio Unit

EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Huawei 5G NR 8T8R Remote Radio Unit

DNA-I Teardown Report First in Series on 5G NR Non-Massive MIMO Radios

Design Architecture Provides Insights on Huawei’s Semiconductor Supply Chain Strategy

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Half Moon Bay, CA October 14, 2021:  EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce a new report to its DesigN Analysis-Infrastructure (DNA-I) research series. The DNA-I series focuses on radio access network (RAN) equipment teardown reports. These reports provide invaluable insight into the design philosophies and architectures for the major radio equipment OEMs as well as a complete bill of materials (BOM) for major semiconductor integrated circuit (IC) and passive component products and suppliers.

The new report is on a Huawei Technologies 5G NR remote radio unit (RRU), the RRU 5818, which is an 8T8R RRU capable of RF output power of 50W per channel for a total RF power output of 400W at the operating frequency of 3500MHz, making it one of the highest power single sector 5G NR RRUs available on the market.

“The RRU 5818 illustrates the massive shift in Huawei Technologies’ semiconductor supply chain strategy after the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security’s (“BIS”) export ban in May 2019. The subsequent tighter restrictions issued by the BIS through August 2020 have made it essentially impossible for Huawei Technologies to openly purchase a semiconductor device from any company in the world. Our analysis of both the semiconductor suppliers as well as the level of functional integration within the RRU shows how Huawei Technologies has modified its radio designs,” says Lum.

About EJL Wireless Research

EJL Wireless Research provides proprietary, accurate, and cutting-edge market analysis and consulting services on the wireless technology ecosystem.  The firm’s wireless infrastructure research focuses on vertical elements of the wireless ecosystem including telecommunication standards evolution, global and regional regulatory issues, spectrum availability, mobile operators, and mobile infrastructure equipment vendors.  In addition, the firm provides analysis across horizontal technology suppliers including RF semiconductor materials, RF semiconductor/components, and RF subsystems. Our goal is to provide our clients with critical market analysis and information.

EJL Wireless Research believes it has a corporate responsibility, both local and international, in giving back to the community. Please visit our website for more information about the charitable organizations it supports at: https://ejlwireless.com/corporate-and-social-responsibility/.

EJL Wireless Research is managed by Earl Lum. Mr. Lum has over 25 years of experience within the wireless industry including 8 years as an Equity Research Analyst on Wall Street. The company is headquartered in Half Moon Bay, CA. For more information about EJL Wireless Research, please visit the company’s website at www.ejlwireless.com.

For more information on our detailed reports, consulting services, and design analysis services, contact Earl J. Lum directly at (650) 430-2221 or elum@ejlwireless.com. We invite you to subscribe to our Email Updates, or meet with us at upcoming wireless conferences and events. Discover why EJL Wireless Research is the preferred choice for wireless market intelligence.

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EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Ericsson ERS 5G NR Digital Baseband Unit 6648

EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Ericsson ERS 5G NR Digital Baseband Unit 6648

Latest DNA-I Teardown Report Third in Series on 5G NR Digital Baseband Units

 

Design Architecture Provides Insights into Ericsson’s Next Generation Baseband ASICs

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Half Moon Bay, CA October 13, 2021:  EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce a new report to its DesigN Analysis-Infrastructure (DNA-I) research series. The DNA-I series focuses on radio access network (RAN) equipment teardown reports. These reports provide invaluable insight into the design philosophies and architectures for the major radio equipment OEMs as well as a full bill of materials (BOM) for major semiconductor integrated circuit (IC) and passive component products and suppliers.

We have previously released DNA reports on Nokia’s AirScale 5G NR BBU as well as ZTE’s V9200 5G NR BBU systems. The new report is on an Ericsson 5G NR digital baseband unit (BBU), the Ericsson Radio System (ERS) Baseband 6648, which supports a combination of up to 12 remote radio units (RRU) as well as massive MIMO active antenna units (AAU) in FR1 and FR2 frequency bands, depending on the bandwidth and throughput requirements. The ERS Baseband 6648 is the first true 5G NR BBU system from Ericsson, replacing the ERS Baseband 6620/6630 products that only supported mixed-mode GSM/W-CDMA/LTE and non-massive MIMO RRUs for 5G NR in FR1 frequency bands.

The ERS Baseband 6648 design continues Ericsson’s product philosophy for its digital baseband units to be a single 1U 19” rack-mounted unit with no upgradable hardware cards, unlike its competitors.

“The ERS 5G NR Baseband 6648 illustrates the evolution of Ericsson’s partnership with Intel Corporation and offers insights into the development of one of the largest L1 modem system-in-package (SiP) ASICs we have ever seen used in a BBU system. We have also gained valuable insight into the DC power semiconductor supplier ecosystem for Ericsson,” says Lum.

About EJL Wireless Research

EJL Wireless Research provides proprietary, accurate, and cutting-edge market analysis and consulting services on the wireless technology ecosystem.  The firm’s wireless infrastructure research focuses on vertical elements of the wireless ecosystem including telecommunication standards evolution, global and regional regulatory issues, spectrum availability, mobile operators, and mobile infrastructure equipment vendors.  In addition, the firm provides analysis across horizontal technology suppliers including RF semiconductor materials, RF semiconductor/components, and RF subsystems. Our goal is to provide our clients with critical market analysis and information.

EJL Wireless Research believes it has a corporate responsibility, both local and international, in giving back to the community. Please visit our website for more information about the charitable organizations it supports at: https://ejlwireless.com/corporate-and-social-responsibility/.

EJL Wireless Research is managed by Earl Lum. Mr. Lum has over 25 years of experience within the wireless industry including 8 years as an Equity Research Analyst on Wall Street. The company is headquartered in Half Moon Bay, CA. For more information about EJL Wireless Research, please visit the company’s website at www.ejlwireless.com.

For more information on our detailed reports, consulting services, and design analysis services, contact Earl J. Lum directly at (650) 430-2221 or elum@ejlwireless.com. We invite you to subscribe to our Email Updates, or meet with us at upcoming wireless conferences and events. Discover why EJL Wireless Research is the preferred choice for wireless market intelligence.

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EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Ericsson 5G 28GHz mmWave Small Cell

EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Ericsson 5G 28GHz mmWave Small Cell

Latest DNA-I Teardown Report First in Series on 5G mmWave AAUs

 

mmWave Antenna Array Design Architecture Provides Insights into Ericsson’s mmWave ASICs

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Half Moon Bay, CA August 4, 2021: EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce a new report to its DesigN Analysis-Infrastructure (DNA-I) research series. The DNA-I series focuses on radio access network (RAN) equipment teardown reports. These reports provide invaluable insight into the design philosophies and architectures for the major radio equipment OEMs as well as a full bill of materials (BOM) for major semiconductor integrated circuit (IC) and passive component products and suppliers.

The new report is on an Ericsson 5G NR mmWave active antenna unit (AAU) small cell, the Streetmacro 6701, which supports the n261 (28 GHz) frequency band. The unit is targeted for the United States 5G NR small cell market, supporting up to 800MHz total bandwidth and up to 100MHz of channel bandwidth. The Streetmacro 6701 is targeted for deployment onto street light poles but near the vertical midway point and not at the top of the light pole.

The Streetmacro 6701 is a complete single sector mmWave solution that contains not only the radio and antenna functions but also the L1 modem and L2/L3 switch/transport functions for the small cell site. Two of these systems installed on a light pole, back to back, would allow for signal coverage up and down a traditional street in a downtown area of a city.

“This mmWave small cell solution is not meant for applications such as fixed wireless access (FWA) broadband but more for mobility hot spot applications in supporting mobile handsets with 5G mmWave capabilities. EJL Wireless Research remains cautious on the uptake and penetration rate of mmWave 5G handsets due to the drain on battery life and limited coverage areas, offsetting the capability of multi-Gbps data rates. The mmWave ASICs used in the system offer insights into the total antenna array architecture for the entire Ericsson mmWave product portfolio,” says Lum.

About EJL Wireless Research

EJL Wireless Research provides proprietary, accurate and cutting-edge market analysis and consulting services on the wireless technology ecosystem.  The firm’s wireless infrastructure research focuses on vertical elements of the wireless ecosystem including telecommunication standards evolution, global and regional regulatory issues, spectrum availability, mobile operators, and mobile infrastructure equipment vendors.  In addition, the firm provides analysis across horizontal technology suppliers including RF semiconductor materials, RF semiconductor/components, and RF subsystems. Our goal is to provide our clients with critical market analysis and information.

EJL Wireless Research believes it has a corporate responsibility, both local and international, in giving back to the community. Please visit our website for more information about the charitable organizations it supports at: https://ejlwireless.com/corporate-and-social-responsibility/.

EJL Wireless Research is managed by Earl Lum. Mr. Lum has over 25 years of experience within the wireless industry including 8 years as an Equity Research Analyst on Wall Street. The company is headquartered in Half Moon Bay, CA. For more information about EJL Wireless Research, please visit the company’s website at www.ejlwireless.com.

For more information on our detailed reports, consulting services, and design analysis services, contact Earl J. Lum directly at (650) 430-2221 or elum@ejlwireless.com. We invite you to subscribe to our Email Updates, or meet with us at upcoming wireless conferences and events. Discover why EJL Wireless Research is the preferred choice for wireless market intelligence.

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EJL Wireless Research Reports Global Macrocell RRU/AAU Shipments Down 12% in 2020

EJL Wireless Research Reports Global Macrocell RRU/AAU Shipments Down 12% in 2020

China continues to dominate 5G NR AAUs with 74% share

 

5G NR Massive MIMO AAUs capture 38% share

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Half Moon Bay, CA May 3, 2021:  Shipments of macrocell remote radio units (RRU)/active antenna units (AAU) experienced a decline of 12% in 2020, according to the latest report from EJL Wireless Research titled “Global Macrocell RRU/AAU Market Analysis and Forecast, 2021-2025, 4th Edition.” “China and its mobile operators captured 74% of massive MIMO 5G NR AAU shipments and 39% of total RRU/AAU shipments in 2020,” says founder and President, Earl Lum. EJL Wireless Research is forecasting RRU/AAU unit shipment growth of 29% in 2021 and 14% in 2022 that is driven by 5G NR massive MIMO AAU C-Band deployments in the United States, 5G RRU deployments in China, as well as continued 5G NR RRU/AAU deployments in Europe. Additionally, dual band and triple band 4T4R RRUs will drive LTE upgrades globally.

“The massive MIMO AAU product segment is expected to decline significantly in 2021 due to a strategy shift by Chinese mobile operators. We expect this shift to be temporary and for massive MIMO AAU shipments to rebound in 2022. Additionally, we expect a shift from 64T to 32T products within the massive MIMO AAU product segment starting in 2022. Finally, we believe that the sunset of 3G networks will free up Band 1 2100MHz spectrum for 5G NR or dual mode LTE/5G NR 4T4R RRU upgrades throughout our forecast,” says Lum. ■

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EJL Wireless Research Reports Global Macrocell BBU Shipments Down 33% in 2020

EJL Wireless Research Reports Global Macrocell BBU Shipments Down 33% in 2020

China continues to dominate 5G NR BBUs with 70% share

5G NR Massive MIMO capable BBUs capture 43% share

Half Moon Bay, CA April 22, 2021: Shipments of macrocell digital baseband units (BBU) experienced a decline of 33% in 2020, according to the latest report from EJL Wireless Research titled “Global Macrocell Baseband Unit Market Analysis and Forecast, 2021-2025, 16th Edition.” “China and its mobile operators captured 70% of massive MIMO 5G NR BBU shipments and 35% of total BBU shipments in 2020,” says founder and President, Earl Lum. EJL Wireless Research is forecasting BBU unit shipment growth of 17% in 2021 and 24% in 2022 that is driven by 5G NR massive MIMO C-Band deployments in the United States as well as continued 5G NR deployments in Europe and China.

 

“Besides 5G NR stand alone (SA) BBU deployments, we anticipate 5G NR non-stand alone (NSA) BBU upgrades due to mobile operators’ desires to implement dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) technology to support dual mode LTE/5G NR in low and mid-band spectrum. In our opinion, this strategy is the lowest CAPEX intensive option to launch 5G services for mobile operators without procuring new spectrum. We also expect those mobile operators who plan to sunset their 3G networks will likely refarm their 2100MHz Band 1 spectrum for dual mode LTE/5G NR NSA or 5G NR SA services,” says Lum. ■

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EJL Wireless Research Analyzes ZTE 5G NR gNodeB

EJL Wireless Research Analyzes ZTE 5G NR gNodeB

Latest DNA-I Teardown Reports Continue Series on 5G NR RAN Equipment

ZTE 5G NR platform supports massive-MIMO 64T64R AAUs

Half Moon Bay, CA February 11, 2021:  EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce two new reports to its DesigN Analysis-Infrastructure (DNA-I) research series. The DNA-I series focuses on radio access network equipment teardown reports. These reports provide invaluable insight into the design philosophies and architectures for the major radio equipment OEMs as well as a full bill of materials (BOM) for major semiconductor integrated circuit (IC) and passive component products and suppliers.

The new reports are on the ZTE ZXRAN V9200 digital baseband unit supporting 4G and 5G NR. RRUs and AAUs and the ZTE 5G NR A9611 S35 64T64R AAU. The V9200 can also support multi-mode 2G/3G/4G RRUs but cannot reuse older generation B8200 cards. ZTE has kept the basic architecture of its prior generation multi-mode 2G/3G/4G ZXSDR B8200 BBU platform while upgrading to support 5G NR capabilities including massive-MIMO and 100MHz cells. The A9611 S35 massive-MIMO 64T64R AAU represents a mature design/architecture for volume deployments in China and globally, supporting 200W RF output power. The combination of the V9200 and A9611 S35 forms the standard 5G NR massive-MIMO gNodeB solution from ZTE Corporation.

“The V9200 architecture is based upon the industry standard 2U 19 inch rack mounted footprint and can support downlink (DL) throughput of 20Gbps and up to 30 100MHz cells. Up to five baseband processing cards can be supported in a single V9200 chassis and different cabinet solutions (VC9xxx) allow for up to eight V9200 BBUs to be co-sited together in a single cabinet,” says Lum. ■

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EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Verizon Wireless’ 5G Mobile Networks in Dallas, TX and Providence, RI

EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Verizon Wireless’ 5G Mobile Networks in Dallas, TX and Providence, RI

5G eMBB Networks are deployed but mobility coverage remains elusive

 

Strategy for site locations remains focused on FWA for Enterprise and Residential

Half Moon Bay, CA May 21, 2020:

EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce two new case studies for U.S. 5G enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) networks using microwave (MW)/millimeter wave (mmWave) frequencies.

The reports analyze the cities of Dallas, TX and Providence, RI to better understand how deployments are architected for eMBB vs. fixed wireless access (FWA) services. Verizon Wireless launched 5G eMBB services across 31 cities in 2019 and exceeded its target (but missed out on San Diego) and has promised a more aggressive deployment schedule for 2020. The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the importance of wireless services away from mobility towards residential broadband due to the shelter in place initiatives enacted to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. This shift may allow U.S. mobile operators to leverage their respective mmWave spectrum holdings, from the three FCC auctions held in 2019, to address the fixed broadband access issues across the U.S.

“The analysis of both cities and their network deployments continues to highlight ongoing issues to get 5G mmWave radios installed, connected, and on air. We believe that Verizon Wireless continues to face difficulties in gaining access to utility poles in cities and the two new reports highlight this issue,” says Lum.■

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EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Huawei Technologies 5G Massive MIMO 64T64R AAU

EJL Wireless Research Analyzes Huawei Technologies 5G Massive MIMO 64T64R AAU

Latest DNA-I Teardown Report First in Series on 5G Massive MIMO AAUs


AAU Design Architecture Provides Insights into High Volume Manufacturability

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Half Moon Bay, CA April 15, 2020: EJL Wireless Research is excited to announce a new report to its DesigN Analysis-Infrastructure (DNA-I) research series. The DNA-I series focuses on radio access network equipment teardown reports. These reports provide invaluable insight into the design philosophies and architectures for the major radio equipment OEMs as well as a full bill of materials (BOM) for major semiconductor integrated circuit (IC) and passive component products and suppliers.

The new report is on a Huawei Technologies 5G NR 64T64R massive MIMO active antenna unit (AAU), the AAU5613, which supports the n78 (3.5GHz) frequency band. The unit is targeted for the Chinese 5G NR market with a RF power output of 200 watts and employs Huawei Technologies unique Cellular Liquid Cooler thermal technology.

“Everything associated with the design and manufacturing of the AAU by Huawei supports the fact it is the number one supplier of AAU shipments worldwide. The RF filter and antenna array subsystems use advanced technologies well beyond those of its competitors for similar generation AAU products,” says Lum.

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EJL Wireless Research provides proprietary, accurate and cutting-edge market analysis and consulting services on the wireless technology ecosystem.  The firm’s wireless infrastructure research focuses on vertical elements of the wireless ecosystem including telecommunication standards evolution, global and regional regulatory issues, spectrum availability, mobile operators, and mobile infrastructure equipment vendors.  In addition, the firm provides analysis across horizontal technology suppliers including RF semiconductor materials, RF semiconductor/components, and RF subsystems. Our goal is to provide our clients with critical market analysis and information.

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EJL Wireless Research is managed by Earl Lum. Mr. Lum has over 25 years of experience within the wireless industry including 8 years as an Equity Research Analyst on Wall Street. The company is headquartered in Half Moon Bay, CA. For more information about EJL Wireless Research, please visit the company’s website at www.ejlwireless.com. ■

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