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What's in the base station?

What's in the base station?


We all know that the wireless signals we use to make calls, send text messages, and surf the Internet are received and processed by the antenna of the communication base station.

So what is in the mysterious communication base station?

The equipment in the communication base station is divided into: wireless, transmission, power supply and other supporting equipment, and of course the antenna outside the base station


1. Wireless Devices


Wireless devices include 2G, 3G and 4G devices, which are mainly baseband and radio frequency units for wireless signal processing. The following pictures are 2G and TD (3G), TD-LTE (4G) devices respectively.


2. Transmission equipment


Transmission equipment includes microwave, PDH optical transceiver, SDH, PTN, OTN for core network, OLT for broadband, optical fiber transceiver for leased line, etc., ODF, ODB, etc. for optical cable end.


3. Power Supply


The power supply equipment has a power distribution panel connected to the mains, a high-frequency switching power supply (rectifier) ​​for AC-DC conversion, batteries, and lightning protection equipment.

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