The multipath interference (MPI) noise is one of the most important limiting factors on the performance of the mobile fronthaul network (MFN) based on the radio-over-fiber (RoF) technology. Recently, it has been proposed to suppress this MPI noise by using the Gaussian phase dither. However, it broadens the optical spectrum significantly and, as a result, increases its vulnerability to the chromatic dispersion. To overcome this problem, we propose to suppress the MPI noise by using the RF-chirp dither instead of the Gaussian dither. The results show that, due to the narrow optical spectrum achieved by the RF-chirp dither, we can increase the transmission distance of the RoF-based MFN operating in the 1.5-mu m region by three times.