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    AirEngine 5760-11DH Optical Radio Unit

    ORU in Zero-Roaming Distributed Wi-Fi Solution


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AirEngine 5760-11DH Optical Radio Unit

Huawei AirEngine 5760-11DH is an Optical Radio Unit (ORU) in Zero-Roaming Distributed Wi-Fi Solution and receives radio signals from a Distributed Access Point (DAP). Typically, ORUs are mounted on the ceilings of corridors in a hospital ward area and expand wireless signals to rooms through AUs, delivering wireless access services to hospital tablets, mobile ward-round, and IoT terminals.
Zero-Roaming Distributed Wi-Fi Solution consists of the DAP, ORUs, and Antenna Units (AUs). ORUs must work with a DAP (AirEngine 9700D-S) and AUs, but cannot work independently.

Long-Distance Coverage

Wide Coverage

Each DAP can connect to a maximum of eight ORUs through ultra-long hybrid cables, and each ORU can connect to a maximum of eight Wi-Fi AUs and one IoT antenna (433 MHz). In this manner, signals from one DAP can cover up to 64 rooms, delivering on-demand 500 m coverage across floors.

High-Density Wi-Fi

Zero Roaming

The intranet and extranet wireless signals broadcast by 64 AUs connected to the same DAP operate on the same frequency band and channel. This ensures that the solution achieves zero roaming, zero handover, zero packet loss, and service continuity within the coverage area of the AUs.

Transmission Optimization

Tri-Network Isolation and Converged Deployment

IoT base stations and extranet APs feed signals into the DAP, which then transmits the signals to ORUs and AUs through hybrid cables. This achieves converged deployment and physical isolation of the intranet, extranet, and IoT network, ensuring security and reliability.


Parameters AirEngine 5760-11DH
Dimensions (H x W x D) 35 mm x 220 mm x 220 mm
Power Input PoE via a hybrid cable (receiving power from a DAP)
DC: 42.5 V to 57 V (through a Phoenix connector)
Maximum Power Consumption 21 W
1 x Hybrid port
9 x SMA RF ports (8 x Wi-Fi + 1 x 433 MHz IoT)