Bonded MoCA 2.0 Network Adapter

5G Small Cell O-RU 


O-RAN Alliance has defined a reference distributed architecture to enable next generation RAN infrastructure, consisting of DU and RU. CIG has developed a series of hardware platform specially targeted for 5G small cell deployment for indoor 5G coverage and capacity enhancement. The platform is fully programmable based on general purpose ARM Processor and FPGA. A 3-tier architecture is adopted to carry out the gNB functionality, i.e. SC-60 O-DU, SC-70x O-RU and SC-640 O-Bridge. The number of each component can be flexibly configured to meet various application demands.

The O-RU carries out the transmission and reception of radio frequency signals. According to the functional split at the fronthaul interface, it also implements partial functions of the NR physical layer. SC-70x series are for indoor sub6G 5G NR deployment.

If you are a service provider and are interested in this product, please contact our Sales Team.


  • 3GPP and O-RAN compliant 5GNR low-phy with split option 7-2x
  • 100MHz processing bandwidth, with multiple sub6G band options
  • High performance 4T4R radio, using high efficiency none linear PA with DPD
  • eCPRI over 10GbE Ethernet
  • SyncE + IEEE 1588 v2 based timing
  • Multiple compression options
  • Fully programmable with FPGA and SDR radio transceivers
  • Ceiling and wall mounting, easy for installation and maintenance


Dimension (L x W x H)225mm x 225mm x 44mm
Fronthaul Interface1 X 10Gbps, RJ45 or SFP+ optional
Power Supply802.3bt PoE or hybrid fiber
Power Consumption40W (Typical)
MountingWall or ceiling


Radio access technology- 5G NR, sub6G support
- Up to 100MHz processing bandwidth
- 30KHz SCS, normal CP
- O-RAN Option 7-2x low layer split
- eCPRI over Ethernet with VLAN, supporting jumbo frames
- Programmable IQ Compression by block floating point
- 4T4R with integrated or external antennas
- 24 dBm transmit power per chain
- <6dBi antenna gain (omni-directional, hybrid polarization)
- -95 dBm RX sensitivity
TimingSyncE + IEEE 1588 v2, or IEEE 1588 v2 only
  • Was this Helpful ?
  • Yes    No
Share This

Broadband Inquiries

  • Hidden

Business Development