Qualcomm SDX55 5G CPE/Router is a high-end wireless CPE/Router using Qualcomm SDX55 5G NR chip solution, supporting 5G NR/4G/wired access.
Equipped with 3 full gigabit network ports, support full HD video speedsmooth playback. It can be applied to homeenterprise and vertical application industries.
Built-in 5G NR full-band antenna, circular layout without obstruction, to ensure 360-degree full coverage without dead angles and efficient network access services.
High-end wireless CPE/Router using Qualcomm SDX55 5G NR chip solution, supporting 5G NR/4G/wired access. Equipped with 3 full gigabit network ports, it supports ultra-fast and smooth playback of full-HD video.
It can be applied to home, enterprise and vertical application industries. Built-in 5G NR full-band antenna, circular layout without obstruction, to ensure 360-degree full coverage without dead angles and efficient network access services.
5G CPE-Qualcomm SDX55 5G CPE/Router product appearance
|hardware solution||IPQ4019+QCA8075+Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 module+QCA9984+IoT module (BLE/ZigBee/Z-Wave optional)|
|Ethernet port||1*10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 WAN, support PoE
2*10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 LAN
|LED indicator||5G NR, SYS|
|SIM card||1.8V/3V 2FF USIM|
|Power supply||12V DC, 48V PoE (802.3af/802.3at)|
|3GPP standard||Compliant with 3GPP Release 15 standard|
5G CPE – Qualcomm SDX55 5G CPE/Router
|IoT extension||Support BLE extension, support ZigBee extension|
|wireless band||2.4GHz, 5.2GHz, 5.8GHz|
|MIMO||2.4G: 2×2, 5.2G: 2×2, 5.8G: 4×4|
|Wi-Fi speed||Maximum rate 3000Mbps|
|WiFi transmission power||2.4G: 20dBm|
|Acceptance sensitivity (2.4G)||11b||1Mbps||≦-91dBm|
|Acceptance sensitivity (5.8G)||11g||6Mbps||≦-86dBm|
|Relative humidity||5%～95%/RH (non-condensing)|
|system status||Network connection status display, VPN connection status display, wireless network status display,
Online user list display, traffic statistics display
|Quickly configure the network||support|
|WAN||Supports wired broadband and mobile cellular networks|
|Manual DNS settings||support|
|MAC address cloning||support|
|domain name login||support|
|wireless broadcast||enabled by default|
|wireless name||According to customer customization|
|Encryption||OPEN, WPA2, WPA2/WPA mixed|
|wireless mode||IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac|
5G CPE – Qualcomm SDX55 5G CPE/Router
|wireless channel||automatic channel, manual channel|
|transmit power||Wall-through mode, balanced mode, energy-saving mode|
|user speed limit||support|
|Wireless MAC filtering||support|
|Ping disabled on the WAN side||support|
|Anti rub net||support|
|IP and MAC Binding||support|
|WEB password management||support|
Qualcomm 5G platform SDX55 supports 5G independent networking (SA) and non-independent networking (NSA) two network architectures, and is compatible with LTE and WCDMA standards, with faster transmission speed, better carrying capacity, and lower network latency, which can be widely used in gateways, industrial monitoring, telemedicine, drones, virtual reality and immersive experience (VR and AR), smart energy, Internet of Vehicles, industrial Internet, smart education, HD video, smart city, home entertainment and other fields.
When SDX55 is applied to industrial routers or CPEs, the following connection scheme is basically adopted: the customer Linux device connects to SDX55 through USB or PCIE, uses AT or QMI for dialing, obtains public IP on Linux for Internet access, and the data stream from Linux can only be transmitted to the modem side through USB or PCIE, and further transmitted to the network side to complete data interaction.
The existing scheme and data flow diagram are as follows:
(1) The data of the terminal device is sent to the LAN side port of the customer equipment through the network cable or WiFi;
(2) After receiving the data, the LAN-side port will process and forward the data through the CPU and forward it to the WAN-side port, that is, USB0/pcie_mhi0;
(3) USB0/pcie_mhi0 forwards data to the modem via USB/PCIE;
(4) Modem sends data to the Internet
However, usually CPE manufacturers consider higher rates and better performance, will distinguish between the control path and the data path, such as the control path uses USB, and the data path goes PCIE, which requires an additional PCIE PHY chip between the main control and the modem, such as RTL8111H, RTL8125, AQC107, etc.
The overall block diagram and data flow scheme are as follows:
(1) The modem is connected to the main control of the host device through USB for command control (it can also be used as the WAN-port of the host for data transmission);
(2) Add a PHY chip that supports the PCIE protocol as a PCIE network card, such as RTL8111, r8125 and other low-cost 2.5G phy chips, connect the phy with the modem through PCIe, and use the PCIE protocol for data transmission;
(3) phy and host master control are connected through MDIO, as the WAN port of host, which is used for data transmission with modem;
(4) The LAN port of the main control is connected to the RJ45 interface to form a wired network port for terminal equipment to access the Internet;
(5) The LAN port of the main control is connected to the WiFi module to form a wireless network port, which can also be used for the terminal to access the Internet.