Remote Terminal Network

RTN Web Portal is developed for configuring and testing RTN network components. User can access device supported features (e.g. XPIC, PLA…) from web portal, can configure these features and add new boards

Microwave links can traverse complex terrains and large microwave communication networks can be built and configured within a short period of time. In addition, microwave communication can recover quickly after natural disasters, hence the control software plays a vital role for efficiency. RTN Webserver offers easy to use, user friendly UI to configuration for RTN device and to test connections, links, hardware.

Full-indoor: the baseband, IF and RF units of full-indoor microwave equipment are installed indoors and connect to antenna through elliptical and flexible waveguides.

Split: IDU (with the baseband and IF units) is installed indoors or in an outdoor cabinet; the ODU (With the RF unit) and antenna are installed outdoors. The IDU and ODU are connected using an IF cable. Split microwave equipment is easy to install and provides high system gain.

As for full-outdoor microwave equipment, the baseband, IF, and RF units are installed outdoors.

RTN Webserver can be divided into three section which are Client/UI, Web Server and QX Engine.

Client / UI : The end user will perform any operations over this UI.

Web Server: Web Server contains our both frontend and backend codes,This is the first station while users are requesting/submitting any data from/to device.
QX Engine: QX Engine is responsible for interpreting QX commands which can be come from various Network elements (NEs) (E.g. Web Server, WeTest, Navigator etc).

Wireless

Setup and control sofware for the cross-polarization interference cancellation (XPIC) technology that is used together with the co-channel dual-polarization (CCDP) technology. Application of the two technologies doubles the transmission capacity with channel conditions unchanged. Furthermore microwave link configuration module is used for configuring links where user can set various parameters such as bandwidth and modulation mode. Last but not least, Physical Link Aggregation allows all ethernet transmission paths in multiple Integrated IP microwave links connected to the same equipment to be aggregated as a PLA group. Such feature improve efficiency for the similar cost.