crosshaul

crosshaul

[′krȯs‚hȯl]
(mechanical engineering)
A device for loading objects onto vehicles, consisting of a chain that is hooked on opposite sides of a vehicle, looped under the object, and connected to a power source and that rolls the object onto the vehicle.
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5g-dives bespoke design is built around two main pillars, namely (1) end-to-end 5g connectivity including 5g new radio, crosshaul transport and 5g core, and (2) distributed edge and fog computing integrating intelligence located closely to the user.
Addressing the variety of 5G backhaul, crosshaul, and fronthaul applications also requires very low latency, a trait not traditionally associated with PON technologies.