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Synchronizing 5G networks

Our enhanced Oscilloquartz timing technology brings a new level of accuracy to synchronization networks. With a major new software upgrade and additional hardware, our OSA 5420, 5430 and 5440 enable mobile network operators to meet stringent 5G sync requirements while supporting all existing mobile technologies.

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Synchronizing 5G networks

  1. 1. Synchronizing 5G networks May 2020 Time accuracy within 100ns at the cell site
  2. 2. © 2020 ADVA. All rights reserved.22 Historically, SDH/SONET delivered frequency synchronization Ethernet reuses this technology with SyncE Central primary reference clocks (PRCs) provide precise synchronization signal Cesium atomic clock / GNSS receivers for frequency accuracy Distribution over SyncE-capable network elements Frequency synchronization is well established over mobile transport networks Frequency synchronization in 3G, 4G and LTE Ethernet with SyncE PRC Edge of mobile core
  3. 3. © 2020 ADVA. All rights reserved.33 Primary reference time clocks (PRTCs) deliver PTP-time based on satellite-synchronized oscillators PTP packets delivered over existing packet-based network Accuracy depends on network asymmetry and PDV Accuracy achieved at base station, subject to network delay characteristics Moderate phase and time-of-day synchronization from central timing source Introducing time synchronization in mobile RAN Edge of mobile core Ethernet with SyncE IEEE 1588 PTP PTP grandmaster PRTC
  4. 4. © 2020 ADVA. All rights reserved.44 Delivery of PTP over packet networks is improved by boundary/transparent clocks Transparent clock: compensates for delay of switches/routers Boundary clock: terminates PTP on slave port (before input queuing delays) and generates PTP on master ports (after output queuing delays) This architecture achieves sub- 1.1µs accuracy at base stations Adding PTP “awareness” to the packet network improves time delivery Improving accuracy of PTP delivery Boundary/transparent clock Edge of mobile core PTP grandmaster PRTC
  5. 5. © 2020 ADVA. All rights reserved.55 Synchronization requirements 2G/3G – frequency synchronization 3G TDD: 5µs time synchronization (large cells) LTE – multicast: several µs time synchronization LTE Advanced CoMP, TDD: 1.5µs time synchronization 5G – positioning: <100ns time sync (cluster) 5G – CA, IoT: several 100ns time sync (cluster) Fronthaul eCPRI: <100ns time sync (cluster) Accuracy needs to improve further
  6. 6. © 2020 ADVA. All rights reserved.66 ITU took action and tightened specifications of clocks and time clocks G.811.1: improving accuracy of PRC -> ePRC G.8272: improving PRTC with class B accuracy (with MB GNSS) G.8272.1: improving accuracy of PRTC by defining ePRTC using atomic cesium G.8273.2: improving BC with class C/D accuracy OSA54XX rel. 10.5.1. comes with BC class C,D and improved ePRTC capability Towards <100ns accuracy Edge of mobile core ePRTC OSA 542x OSA 5430/40 GM, combiner TC/BC class C/D OSA 3XXX Cs atomic clock
  7. 7. © 2020 ADVA. All rights reserved.77 ePRTC- Combining best GNSS technologies with most accurate atomic clocks ePRTC block diagram and evolution Single-band GNSS receiver (PRTC) OSA 3230B – dual cesium clocks (PRC) Enhanced PRTC combines PRC and PRTC with atomic clock Multi-band, multi-constellation GNSS receiver (PRTC-B) Dual cesium clocks (ePRC) ePRTC– uses ePRC and MB GNSS with higher accuracy + redundancy Clock combiner Clock combiner PTP SyncE ToD PPS 10MHz PTP SyncE ToD PPS 10MHz OSA 5430 OSA 5430
  8. 8. © 2020 ADVA. All rights reserved.88 Highly scalable PTP grandmaster supporting 2x 1024 clients @ max 128pps (1024 per CSM) Telecom grade fully redundancy hardware First PTP telecom grandmaster featuring 10G interface Highly scalable fan-out: • Up to 48x 10G ports • Up to 48x 1G ports • Up to 160 BITS ports • Up to 100 composite clock ports Simultaneously providing PTP and NTP as well as physical layer frequency synchronization Multi-band, multi-constellation GNSS input options including GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, and Galileo PTP input and SyncE input as backup to GNSS ePRTC and PRTC-B options BC type D OSA 5430/40 multi-technology core grandmaster OSA 5440 OSA 5430
  9. 9. © 2020 ADVA. All rights reserved.99 OSA 542x – the “Swiss Army Knife“ of synchronization PTP GM/BC type D / slave NTP server SSU Multiple I/F fan-out Sync probe G.8265.1 EnterpriseG.8275.2 G.8275.1 2G/3G/ 4G/5G FDD BS DOCSIS 3.1 MIFID ii 5G-NR/LTE TDD/LTE-A BS NTP61850-9-3/ C37.238 Smart grid
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