The OPPO Mobile Telecommunications from China’s Guangdong has announced a new NR/LTE terminal “OPPO 5G CPE Omni“. It is a stationary wireless LAN router called the customer premises equipment (CPE) that supports the NR method of the 5th generation mobile communication system (5G).
This is the first 5G CPE for Guangdong OPPO Mobile Telecommunications. The CPU is equipped with Arm Cortex-A53 and the operating frequency is 2.2GHz. The communication modem is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System. There are two color variations, Classic White and Mystic Blue.
As the most advanced 5G CPE device in the industry, the OPPO 5G CPE Omni not only supports millimeter wave and sub-6 GHz dual network frequency bands, but also offers users an amazing 5G connection experience powered by the firm’s proprietary O-Motion 360° 5G antenna solution.
In terms of connectivity, OPPO 5G CPE Omni supports the most advanced Wi-Fi 6 protocols and can connect up to 1,024 devices simultaneously thanks to the integration of the Qualcomm IPQ8074A Wi-Fi chip. In the 5GHz channel, it supports up to 80MHz 8×8 MIMO. In the Dual Band Dual Concurrent (DBDC) mode, the theoretical peak transmission rate between Omni and other devices can reach up to 6Gbps. Omni also supports Mesh Network, Bluetooth low energy protocol (BLE 4.1) and ZigBee 3.0, enabling the expansion into multiple business scenarios in the future.
Omni is also the world’s first 5G CPE to support the MPTCP (MultiPath TCP) protocol. When the 5G cellular network and wired network are working concurrently and one of them fails, the MPTCP protocol algorithm will transfer the device from the failed network to the other function, ensuring seamless network switching and avoidance of data transmission interruption due to intermittent network failures. In addition, due to the use of the MPTCP protocol algorithm, Omni also supports dual frequency Wi-Fi rate overlapping of 2.4GHz and 5GHz channels, providing a higher and more stable Wi-Fi experience for devices.