3GPP TS 25.104 V9.6.

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Technical Specification

3rd Generation Partnership Project; Technical Specification Group Radio Access Network; Base Station (BS) radio transmission and reception (FDD) (Release 9)

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Contents
Contents....................................................................................................................................................3 Foreword...................................................................................................................................................7 1 Scope......................................................................................................................................................8 2 References..............................................................................................................................................8 3 Definitions and abbreviations.................................................................................................................8
3.1 Definitions..............................................................................................................................................................8 3.2 Abbreviations.........................................................................................................................................................9

4 General.................................................................................................................................................10
4.1 Relationship between Minimum Requirements and Test Requirements.............................................................10 4.2 Base station classes..............................................................................................................................................10 4.3 Regional requirements.........................................................................................................................................11 4.4 Environmental requirements for the BS equipment.............................................................................................13 4.5 Applicability of requirements..............................................................................................................................13

5 Frequency bands and channel arrangement..........................................................................................14
5.1 General.................................................................................................................................................................14 5.2 Frequency bands...................................................................................................................................................14 5.3 Tx-Rx frequency separation.................................................................................................................................15 5.4 Channel arrangement...........................................................................................................................................15 5.4.1 Channel spacing................................................................................................................................................15 5.4.2 Channel raster....................................................................................................................................................15 5.4.3 Channel number................................................................................................................................................16

6 Transmitter characteristics...................................................................................................................17
6.1 General.................................................................................................................................................................17 6.2 Base station output power....................................................................................................................................18 6.2.1 Base station maximum output power................................................................................................................18 6.2.1.1 Minimum requirement...................................................................................................................................18 6.3 Frequency error....................................................................................................................................................19 6.3.1 Minimum requirement......................................................................................................................................19 6.4 Output power dynamics.......................................................................................................................................19 6.4.1 Inner loop power control in the downlink.........................................................................................................19 6.4.1.1 Power control steps........................................................................................................................................19 6.4.1.1.1 Minimum requirement................................................................................................................................19 6.4.2 Power control dynamic range............................................................................................................................20 6.4.2.1 Minimum requirements..................................................................................................................................20 6.4.3 Total power dynamic range...............................................................................................................................20 6.4.3.1 Minimum requirement...................................................................................................................................20 6.4.4 Primary CPICH power......................................................................................................................................20 6.4.4.1 Minimum requirement...................................................................................................................................20 6.4.5 IPDL time mask................................................................................................................................................20 6.4.5.1 Minimum Requirement..................................................................................................................................20 6.4.6 Home base station output power for adjacent channel protection....................................................................21 6.4.6.1 Minimum requirement..................................................................................................................................22 6.5 (void) 22 6.6 Output RF spectrum emissions............................................................................................................................22 6.6.1 Occupied bandwidth..........................................................................................................................................22 6.6.1.1 Minimum requirement...................................................................................................................................22 6.6.2 Out of band emission........................................................................................................................................22 6.6.2.1 Spectrum emission mask................................................................................................................................22 6.6.2.2 Adjacent Channel Leakage power Ratio (ACLR).........................................................................................26 6.6.2.2.1 Minimum requirement................................................................................................................................26 6.6.3 Spurious emissions............................................................................................................................................26 6.6.3.1 Mandatory Requirements...............................................................................................................................26

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..................................................................5 Relative Code Domain Error for 64QAM modulation...1.........................40 6...........1....1 Minimum requirement........6........................3.....................................6..............................56 7.............................................36 6......................8........................37 6............7..................................................................................................3 Co-existence with other systems in the same geographical area.......8.............................Release 9 4 3GPP TS 25.........................................................................................36 6.........................................................................5.....................60 8......................................37 6......6 Intermodulation characteristics............2..........................3 Peak code Domain error..3...............1 Minimum requirement...........................5 Blocking characteristics...................................................................................................................43 7..................8........................................................6.6.............4 Time alignment error..................40 7....................................................44 7...............56 7...........39 6....6.................................. DCS 1800......................8...................6.......40 6.....................8............3...............................................................1 Operation in the same geographic area.3.................5 Co-existence with PHS.........................................6..................27 6...1 Minimum Requirement................57 7.7 Transmit intermodulation....................................................................................42 7.......2 Reference sensitivity level.................................................7....7...................... GSM850..................................................................................55 7.3............................................7...........36 6.................4...................6..........1 Minimum Requirement.............................................................40 7....................2.......................7 Spurious emissions.......................6............................................1 Minimum requirement....1 Minimum Requirement..Co-location with GSM900............................................................3.1 General......41 7...........................39 6...................8......................4 Co-existence with co-located and co-sited base stations....2...................................................................................................................40 7 Receiver characteristics.............1 Demodulation of DCH..............................1 General.......................60 3GPP .................................................6.................................................................4.....................3........................................................................................................................................3...........................................3 Demodulation of DCH in multipath fading conditions............................................3............................................................................................................................................................................1 Minimum requirement..................6................................................37 6......................................................................39 6.........5................3......................................................................................................3 Dynamic range.....................31 6.......................................................................................................1 Minimum requirement.......27 6...........................................................60 8.....2..6...................................................36 6....................................3....4 Adjacent Channel Selectivity (ACS)...........1 Minimum requirement................................35 6.....6...........................................................2...........8.............................................................................................42 7....................6.............................28 6..............................................................................................1 Minimum requirement......1 Minimum requirement...........38 6..................................................................1 Minimum Requirements.............................8 Protection of Public Safety Operations........39 6..8.........................................................................1 Minimum Requirement..............3.6.............................1 Minimum Requirements.............................1 Minimum requirement.............................................1 Spurious emissions (Category A)...................6...................................................................3..1.....1...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6............36 6................................5.............................59 8......3........................................3..........................40 6......................................................1 Minimum requirement.......................Co-location with UTRA-TDD....................................................................................................................................................................................6.................................................................................................................42 7..........................5............................................................................3.......................... UTRA FDD and/or EUTRA FDD..............................................................................................................1 Minimum Requirements..................................53 7.......................................................1 Minimum Requirement.............8...........................3........9...1 Transmit pulse shape filter...............................................2..........1..............................................38 6...................2.................................9 Co-existence with Home BS operating in other bands.................................................................3...........2 Minimum Requirement .........................41 7..........1 Minimum Requirements..37 6.....................................................27 6..............39 6....................5..........................................6......1 Minimum Requirement.......6..............................................3.......................3...................................2 Error Vector Magnitude...........................................7.......................................33 6..........2 Spurious emissions (Category B)...................................2 Minimum requirement .................................................................................. PCS1900................36 6............30 6.............................2 Protection of the BS receiver of own or different BS....................................................6 Co-existence with services in adjacent frequency bands.....59 8.......2.................6.3.....................................3..................................2 Co-located base stations.........................................1.1 Minimum requirement.................4...............3.............1 Minimum Requirement........................................................104 V9...........8.............................6......................................................................................................39 6..60 8.41 7............................................3.....................................................3...............................................................................34 6................................................8 Transmit modulation.................................................................58 8 Performance requirement...................................................................3.........3 Minimum Requirement ............7 Co-existence with UTRA-TDD.......7..........................................................................41 7.....36 6....1 Minimum requirement..................................42 7....................................2 Demodulation in static propagation conditions..............................................................1............................6..........2 Maximum Frequency Deviation for Receiver Performance.0 (2010-12) 6.........38 6....................................................6.......28 6........................................6...................................26 6.......Co-location with UTRA-TDD......4......................................6....................................................................

.................12 Performance of signaling detection for E-DPCCH in multipath fading condition................5.....2 Minimum requirement...........................1 Minimum requirement...........7..........1 Minimum requirement....................4 Multipath fading Case 4..............................................65 8....................................................................................2.......................2 ACK mis-detection....................68 8.................................................7...................................63 8................67 8.............3 Minimum requirements for high speed train conditions..................2 Multipath fading Case 2........................................................Release 9 5 3GPP TS 25.....................................................................................62 8.....2 Minimum requirements for Multipath Fading Case 3....1 Multipath fading Case 1.....................................65 8..................1 Minimum requirement.........................3....................................10............................1 Minimum requirement................................................2..............................................................62 8..61 8.............................65 8...8 (void) 67 8......62 8.......1 General.............................................................68 8.............................5A............2 Demodulation of RACH message..........................60 8..................5A...........................................................6....................................3........................3..2...............5 Demodulation of DCH in birth/death propagation conditions....................................................................................4.....................10...63 8.................................................1 Minimum requirements for Static Propagation Condition...............................7........................................................................................................................................................5A Demodulation of DCH in high speed train conditions...................................................................63 8.............................3.........64 8...............................................................................67 8.........7...63 8.......................................................61 8.........3........104 V9.........................2.....7 Performance requirement for RACH...3 Multipath fading Case 3......................................................................10 Performance of ACK/NACK detection for HS-DPCCH.........9 (void) 67 8..........................................................................................................................1.....................11 Demodulation of E-DPDCH in multipath fading condition ..............................................3..............................................4 Demodulation of DCH in moving propagation conditions.........................................................64 8...................................................................................................7.....................................................................3......61 8................................................................................................1 ACK false alarm.......3................................................................................................66 8.........................................................62 8.0 (2010-12) 8.......................................1 Performance requirement for RACH preamble detection...........1 Minimum requirement..................................................64 8......................3.69 3GPP ..............................6 (void) 64 8...............................................63 8.............................1 Minimum requirement.....................4.................................60 8................................................................................

..............................................86 B..............87 B...........................85 B..................................................0 (2010-12) Annex A (normative): Measurement channels................................................................71 A...........78 A...................6...........................................2 Multi-path fading propagation conditions.....Release 9 6 3GPP TS 25........................................82 A........................................................................................104 V9.............................................................................................................................................................90 Annex D (normative): Regional requirement for protection of DTT...............................................................................1 Static propagation condition......................15 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 6 (FRC6)................................92 3GPP .......................................................................................................................................................16 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 7 (FRC7)........13 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 4 (FRC4).......................................................................................80 A..............85 B...............85 B..........72 A..........82 A.................7 Reference measurement channels for UL RACH.............75 A............17 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 8 (FRC8).............................................................................85 B...9 Summary of E-DPDCH Fixed reference channels.4 UL reference measurement channel for 144 kbps.......73 A.....................................................................12 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 3 (FRC3)....3 Moving propagation conditions.......89 Annex C (normative): Characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal......................................................................2 kbps.............................71 A.....................4A High speed train conditions..............................75 A...............................................................................................................2 UL reference measurement channel for 12..................................................4 Birth-Death propagation conditions..................................................................76 A.......................74 A.........8 Reference measurement channel for HS-DPCCH.................................5 Multipath fading propagation conditions for E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH......................6 (void)........................................................................11 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 2 (FRC2).................................................................81 A........................................................79 A...........................91 Annex E (informative): Change History...........................................................................................................................................14 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 5 (FRC5)......................................................10 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 1 (FRC1)...............................................................5 UL reference measurement channel for 384 kbps........3 UL reference measurement channel for 64 kbps.....1 Summary of UL reference measurement channels.....76 A..77 A...............83 Annex B (normative): Propagation conditions...............................................................................77 A.............

updates. technical enhancements. corrections.y. Should the TSG modify the contents of this TS. i.104 V9. etc. 3 Indicates TSG approved document under change control. z the third digit is incremented when editorial only changes have been incorporated in the specification. y the second digit is incremented for all changes of substance.Release 9 7 3GPP TS 25. 3GPP .e.6. it will be re-released by the TSG with an identifying change of release date and an increase in version number as follows: Version 3. 2 presented to TSG for approval.z where: x the first digit: 1 presented to TSG for information.0 (2010-12) Foreword This Technical Specification has been produced by the 3GPP. The contents of the present document are subject to continuing work within the TSG and may change following formal TSG approval.

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1 Scope
This document establishes the Base Station minimum RF characteristics of the FDD mode of UTRA.

2 References
The following documents contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of the present document. • References are either specific (identified by date of publication, edition number, version number, etc.) or non-specific. • For a specific reference, subsequent revisions do not apply. • For a non-specific reference, the latest version applies. In the case of a reference to a 3GPP document (including a GSM document), a non-specific reference implicitly refers to the latest version of that document in the same Release as the present document. [1] [2] [3] ITU-R Recommendation SM.329, " Unwanted emissions in the spurious domain ". (void) ETSI ETR 273-1-2: "Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Improvement of radiated methods of measurement (using test sites) and evaluation of the corresponding measurement uncertainties; Part 1: Uncertainties in the measurement of mobile radio equipment characteristics; Sub-part 2: Examples and annexes". 3GPP TR 25.942 "RF System Scenarios". 3GPP TS 45.004: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); Modulation". 3GPP TS 25.213: "Spreading and modulation (FDD)". ITU-R recommendation SM.328: "Spectra and bandwidth of emissions". 3GPP TS 36.104: “Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (E-UTRA); Base Station (BS) radio transmission and reception”. ECC/DEC/(09)03 “Harmonised conditions for MFCN in the band 790-862 MHz”, 30 Oct. 2009 3GPP TS 37.104: “E-UTRA, UTRA and GSM/EDGE; Multi-Standard Radio (MSR) Base Station (BS) radio transmission and reception”.

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3 Definitions and abbreviations
3.1 Definitions
For the purposes of the present document, the following definitions apply: Output power: The mean power of one carrier of the base station, delivered to a load with resistance equal to the nominal load impedance of the transmitter. Rated output power: Rated output power of the base station is the mean power level per carrier that the manufacturer has declared to be available at the antenna connector. Maximum output Power: The mean power level per carrier of the base station measured at the antenna connector in a specified reference condition.

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Mean power: When applied to a W-CDMA modulated signal this is the power (transmitted or received) in a bandwidth of at least (1+ α ) times the chip rate of the radio access mode. The period of measurement shall be at least one timeslot unless otherwise stated. Power control dynamic range: The difference between the maximum and the minimum transmit output power of a code channel for a specified reference condition. RRC filtered mean power: The mean power as measured through a root raised cosine filter with roll-off factor α and a bandwidth equal to the chip rate of the radio access mode. NOTE 1: The RRC filtered mean power of a perfectly modulated W-CDMA signal is 0.246 dB lower than the mean power of the same signal. Code domain power: That part of the mean power which correlates with a particular (OVSF) code channel. The sum of all powers in the code domain equals the mean power in a bandwidth of (1+ α ) times the chip rate of the radio access mode. Total power dynamic range: The difference between the maximum and the minimum total transmit output power for a specified reference condition. NOTE 2: The roll-off factor α is defined in section 6.8.1.

3.2 Abbreviations
For the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply: 16QAM ACIR ACLR ACS BS BER BLER CW DB-DC-HSDPA DC-HSDPA DC-HSUPA DL DTT FDD GSM HSDPA HSUPA MIMO Pout PRAT PHS PPM RAT QPSK RSSI SIR TDD TPC UARFCN UE UL WCDMA 16 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation Adjacent Channel Interference Ratio Adjacent Channel Leakage power Ratio Adjacent Channel Selectivity Base Station Bit Error Ratio Block Error Ratio Continuous Wave (unmodulated signal) Dual Band Dual Cell HSDPA Dual Cell HSDPA Dual Cell HSUPA Down Link (forward link) Digital Terrestrial Television Frequency Division Duplexing Global System for Mobile Communications High Speed Downlink Packet Access High Speed Uplink Packet Access Multiple Input Multiple Output Output Power Rated Output Power Personal Handyphone System Parts Per Million Radio Access Technology Quadrature Phase Shift Keying Received Signal Strength Indicator Signal to Interference ratio Time Division Duplexing Transmit Power Control UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number User Equipment Up Link (reverse link) Wideband Code Division Multiple Access

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4 General
4.1 Relationship between Minimum Requirements and Test Requirements
The Minimum Requirements given in this specification make no allowance for measurement uncertainty. The test specification 25.141 section 4 defines Test Tolerances. These Test Tolerances are individually calculated for each test. The Test Tolerances are used to relax the Minimum Requirements in this specification to create Test Requirements. The measurement results returned by the Test System are compared - without any modification - against the Test Requirements as defined by the shared risk principle. The Shared Risk principle is defined in ETR 273 Part 1 sub-part 2 section 6.5.

4.2 Base station classes
The requirements in this specification apply to Wide Area Base Stations, Medium Range Base Stations, Local Area Base Stations and Home Base Stations unless otherwise stated. Wide Area Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Macro Cell scenarios with a BS to UE minimum coupling loss equals to 70 dB. The Wide Area Base Station class has the same requirements as the base station for General Purpose application in Release 99, 4 and 5. Medium Range Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Micro Cell scenarios with a BS to UE minimum coupling loss equals to 53 dB. Local Area Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Pico Cell scenarios with a BS to UE minimum coupling loss equals to 45 dB. Home Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Femto Cell scenarios.

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DCS1800. The requirement is applied according to what frequency bands in Clause 5.1 Requirement Frequency bands Tx-Rx Frequency Separation Channel arrangement Base station maximum output power Spectrum emission mask Adjacent Channel Leakage power Ratio Spurious emissions (Category A) Spurious emissions (Category B) Co-existence with other systems in the same geographical area Co-existence with co-located and co-sited base stations 12 3GPP TS 25. GSM850 and/or UTRA BS (operating in different frequency bands) are co-located.3.2 that are supported by the BS.4 6.1 6. 3GPP . These requirements may be applied for the protection of other BS receivers when GSM900.6.5. This requirement shall be applied to BS operating in Bands XIII and XIV to ensure that appropriate interference protection is provided to 700 MHz public safety operations.6.329 [1].3. These requirements may apply in geographic areas in which both UTRA FDD and GSM900.6 Co-existence with PHS Co-. are applied. GSM850 and/or FDD BS operating in another frequency band are co-located with a UTRA FDD BS. This requirement may be applied for the protection of UTRA-TDD BS receivers when UTRA-TDD BS and UTRA FDD BS are co-located. These requirements shall be met in cases where Category A limits for spurious emissions.Release 9 Clause number 5.6. This requirement may be applied for the protection of PHS in geographic areas in which both PHS and UTRA FDD are deployed. This requirement may be applied for the protection of UTRA FDD BS receivers when UTRA FDD BS and UTRA TDD BS are co-located. The requirement is applied according to what frequency bands in Clause 5. PCS1900. In certain regions.4. PCS1900.6.3.2 6.6.1 6.2 7. PCS1900 and/or UTRA Blocking characteristics Colocation with UTRA TDD 7.2.6. GSM850 and/or UTRA FDD operating in another frequency band are deployed. This requirement may be applied for the protection in bands adjacent to the downlink bands as defined in clause 5.5 6.6.104 V9.2 6.7 shall be applied. These requirements shall be met in cases where Category B limits for spurious emissions.2. The mask specified may be mandatory in certain regions. DCS 1800. In Japan.2.3.3 5.7.3 Some bands may be applied regionally.6. DCS1800.2 in geographic areas in which both an adjacent band service and UTRA FDD are deployed.3.6. This requirement may be applied to geographic areas in which both UTRA-TDD and UTRA-FDD are deployed.3. PCS1900.5. This requirement may be applied for the protection of UTRA-FDD BS receivers when UTRA-FDD BS and UTRA-TDD BS are co-located. the requirement depicted in the note of Table 6. as defined in ITU-R Recommendation SM.5 7. In other regions this mask may not be applied.3.1 6.6. as defined in ITU-R Recommendation SM.1.3.6. This requirement may be applied for the protection of UTRA FDD BS receivers when UTRA FDD BS and GSM 900. are applied.0 (2010-12) Comments 6. The requirement is applied according to what frequency bands in Clause 5.existence with services in adjacent frequency bands 6.2 7.2 that are supported by the BS.2.2 5.1.4 6.8 Co-existence with UTRA TDD Operation in the same geographic area Co-existence with UTRA TDD Co-located base stations Protection of public safety operations Adjacent Channel Selectivity Colocation with UTRA-TDD Blocking characteristic Blocking characteristics Colocation with GSM900. the minimum requirement for normal conditions may apply also for some conditions outside the range of conditions defined as normal.7.6.2 that are supported by the BS.3 6.329 [1]. DCS1800.1 6.3.

6.8 may be applied to geographic areas in which both UTRA-TDD and UTRA-FDD are deployed.2 that are supported by the BS.7.0 (2010-12) The requirement is applied according to what frequency bands in Clause 5.104 V9.5.3) 6.2. Only requirements for Wide Area (General Purpose).7.6.1 7.6.2: Alternative RF minimum requirements for a BS additionally conforming to TS 37.1 7.2 3GPP .2.1 7.2 (except for 6. 7.3 and 6.6.104 [10] 6.2 6.2 6.4) 6.5.6.3 (except for 6.5.2.6. The requirement is applied according to what frequency bands in Clause 5.7 7.7.7.7.6.6.6 7.5.1 Alternative clause in TS 37.: This regional requirement should be reviewed to check its necessity every TSG RAN meeting.6.5.1 7.5.2 7.1 Intermodulation characteristics Spurious emissions Additional spurious emissions requirement Base station classes* 13 3GPP TS 25.5. The requirement in Table 7. conformance to some of the RF requirements in the present document can be demonstrated through the corresponding requirements in TS 37.2.2. 4. For guidance on the use of test conditions to be used in order to show compliance refer to TS 25.2.2 7.1 6.1 7.3.1 (except for 6.104 [10] is optional.4.1 6.4 Environmental requirements for the BS equipment The BS equipment shall fulfil all the requirements in the full range of environmental conditions for the relevant environmental class from the relevant IEC specifications listed below 60 721-3-3 60 721-3-4 "Stationary use at weather protected locations" "Stationary use at non weather protected locations" Normally it should be sufficient for all tests to be conducted using normal test conditions except where otherwise stated. Medium Range and Local Area Base Stations are applicable in Japan. 4.3 7.6.1 7.104 [10] RF requirement Base station output power Unwanted emissions Spectrum emission mask Transmitter spurious emissions Transmitter intermodulation Narrowband blocking Blocking Out-of-band blocking Co-location with other base stations Receiver spurious emissions Intermodulation Narrowband intermodulation Clause in the present document 6. Table 4.104 [10].8) 6.6.7.1 7.1.6. For a BS additionally conforming to TS 37.1 7.4.1 7.2 that are supported by the BS.Release 9 7.1 7. Note *: Base station classes. the requirements in the present document are applicable and additional conformance to TS 37.141.2.5 Applicability of requirements For BS that is UTRA (single-RAT) capable only.1.104 [10] as listed in Table 4.1 7.

9 .768 MHz Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved 875 -890 MHz 791 .1462. NOTE 1: Other chip rates may be considered in future releases.716 MHz 777 .0: Frequency bands Operating Band I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII XVIII XIX XX XXI UL Frequencies UE transmit.9 .9 MHz b) Deployment in other frequency bands is not precluded c) DB-DC-HSDPA is designed to operate in the following configurations: Table 5.9 MHz DL frequencies UE receive.9 MHz 729 .915 MHz 1749.960 MHz 1844.1510. 5.9 MHz 1710-1770 MHz 1427.821 MHz 1495.9 MHz 2110-2170 MHz 1475.2570 MHz 880 .104 V9.9 .0aA: DB-DC-HSDPA configurations DB-DC-HSDPA Configuration 1 2 3 UL Band I or VIII II or IV I or V DL Bands I and VIII II and IV I and V 3GPP .1784.756 MHz 758 .1879.6.1980 MHz 1850 -1910 MHz 1710-1785 MHz 1710-1755 MHz 824 .9 .1447.Release 9 14 3GPP TS 25.787 MHz 788 .862 MHz 1447.84 Mcps.849MHz 830-840 MHz 2500 .798 MHz Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved 830 – 845 MHz 832 .0 (2010-12) 5 Frequency bands and channel arrangement 5.9 .1495.9 MHz 699 .9 .1 General The information presented in this section is based on a chip rate of 3. Node B receive 1920 . Node B transmit 2110 -2170 MHz 1930 -1990 MHz 1805-1880 MHz 2110-2155 MHz 869-894MHz 875-885 MHz 2620 .2690 MHz 925 .2 Frequency bands a) UTRA/FDD is designed to operate in the following paired bands: Table 5.746 MHz 746 .

which means that the centre frequencies for these channels are shifted 100 kHz relative to the general raster. d) When configured to operate in DC-HSDPA with a single UL frequency. f) For bands XII. In addition a number of additional centre frequencies are specified according to table 5.0A shall be applied to the primary UL frequency and DL frequency of the serving HS-DSCH cell. the requirements in TS 25. XIII and XIV.0A: Tx-Rx frequency separation Operating Band I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XIX XX XXI TX-RX frequency separation 190 MHz 80 MHz 95 MHz 400 MHz 45 MHz 45 MHz 120 MHz 45 MHz 95 MHz 400 MHz 48 MHz 30 MHz 31 MHz 30 MHz 45 MHz 41 MHz 48 MHz b) UTRA/FDD can support both fixed and variable transmit to receive frequency separation.4. 3GPP . For bands XII.0A shall be the minimum spacing between the UL and either of the DL carriers.104 are applicable only for a single uplink carrier frequency. which means that the centre frequency must be an integer multiple of 200 kHz. the TX-RX frequency separation in Table 5.4 Channel arrangement 5.1A. 5. e) When configured to operate on dual cells in both the DL and UL.0 (2010-12) 5.6. the TX-RX frequency separation in Table 5. but this can be adjusted to optimise performance in a particular deployment scenario.3 Tx-Rx frequency separation a) UTRA/FDD is designed to operate with the following TX-RX frequency separation: Table 5. 5. c) The use of other transmit to receive frequency separations in existing or other frequency bands shall not be precluded.2 Channel raster The channel raster is 200 kHz for all bands. the TX-RX frequency separation in Table 5.Release 9 15 3GPP TS 25.104 V9. XIII and XIV. and to the secondary UL frequency and the frequency of the secondary serving HS-DSCH cell respectively.1 Channel spacing The nominal channel spacing is 5 MHz.4.0A shall be applied for the serving HS-DSCH cell. however dual cell uplink operation may be considered in future releases.

6 12 790.6 1450 1712.4 2167.6 -23 834.1A. Node B receive UARFCN Carrier frequency (FUL) formula offset range [MHz] FUL_Offset [MHz] FUL_low FUL_high 0 1922.4 1445.4 784.6 2175 2622. FDL_low and FDL_high are defined in Table 5.6 735 877.4 1460.4. Table 5. the UARFCN values are defined as follows: Uplink: Downlink: NU = 5 * (FUL .4 846.4 837.4 887. Node B transmit UARFCN Carrier frequency (FDL) formula offset range [MHz] FDL_Offset [MHz] FDL_low FDL_high 0 2112. FUL_low.4 859.1 for the general UARFCN.4 957.4 1907. For each operating Band. FUL_Offset.6 340 927.6 0 1847.4 795.4 1977.4 765. For the additional UARFCN.6 0 1932.4 1782.4 818..FDL_Offset).104 V9. FUL_Offset.4 753.6 1326 1498.6 733 1430.4 743.4 1877.6 0 871.4 -22 701.4 2152.4 2567.4 1767.4 842.3 Channel number The carrier frequency is designated by the UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (UARFCN).6 770 832.1: UARFCN definition (general) UPLINK (UL) UE transmit.6 1525 1712.4 1987.4 1508.6 1358 1450.4 2687.4 912.4 DOWNLINK (DL) UE receive.6 0 832.6 1575 1807.6 0 826.4 1493.4 Band I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XIX XX XXI 3GPP .6 0 1752.6 -109 793.4 1752.6 736 1478.4 1782. FDL_Offset.Release 9 16 3GPP TS 25. FUL_high.4 882.FUL_Offset).6 -55 748.6 21 779.6 1805 2112.6 2100 2502.4 -37 731.4 1877.6 0 877.6 0 1852.4 891. for the carrier frequency range FDL_low ≤ FDL ≤ FDL_high For each operating Band.6 -63 760.4 713.6.0 (2010-12) 5. FDL_Offset and the specific FUL and FDL are defined in Table 5.4 2167.4 1135 1712.6 340 882. for the carrier frequency range FUL_low ≤ FUL ≤ FUL_high ND = 5 * (FDL .4 1490 2112.

707. 2552.0 (2010-12) Table 5. 1732.5.5. 837.5 - Band I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X - 1075. 2147.1A: UARFCN definition (additional channels) UPLINK (UL) UE transmit.5.5.1 - 6 Transmitter characteristics 6. 2677.Release 9 17 3GPP TS 25. 1747.5. DB-DC-HSDPA or MIMO transmission.5. 1902.5.1 XI XII XIII XIV XIX XX XXI -39.5 760.5 790.5.5. 1982.5 670. 831.1 - -54. 2642.5. If any external apparatus such as a TX amplifier.5. Node B transmit UARFCN Carrier frequency [MHz] formula offset (FDL) FDL_Offset [MHz] 1850. 2137.5.5. 2562. 1717.5. 2512. 842.5.5. 753. 1987. 2537.5.5 2112.5.5 1735.5 2030.9 720.5.5. 2147. 2547.5. 2152.5.1 826.5.1 2112.5.5. 1872. 2637. A BS supporting DC-HSDPA transmits two cells simultaneously on adjacent carrier frequencies. Node B receive UARFCN Carrier frequency [MHz] formula offset (FUL) FUL_Offset [MHz] 1850.5.5.5.5 2105. 1757.5.5.5. 2517. 1937. 1942. 1977. 1727.1 2. the requirements apply for each transmitter antenna connector.5 1380.5.5. 1952.6. 2127.5. 1762.5. 887. 1857. 742.5. 877. 1887. 737.1 2502. 2657.5.5. 736. 795. 2672.5. requirements apply at the far end antenna connector (port B). 2127. 1962. 882. 882.5. 2167. 2522. 3GPP . 2122.5. 2527.1 1712. 827.5. 2117.5 701.5. 1877. 2507.5.5.5 748. 1897. 713.5.5. 1767.5. 2117. 2132. 2647.5 1742.5.5 670.5.5.5. 2532.5. 842. 1717.5 779.5.104 V9.5. 837.5.5.5. 1722.5.5. 2132. 706.5 731.5. 2682. 2652. 2122. 1867. 1737.5.5.5.5. 1862.5. 2627.5.5.5. 1957.5.5.5.5 877. the requirements in clause 6 are expressed for a single transmitter antenna connector. 872. 1752.5. 712.5.9 -64.5.1 755.5. 1882.5 670. In case of transmit diversity. 2662. 2157.5. 1947.5 670. 1907. 876.5. 2687.5.1 2622. a filter or the combination of such devices is used.5. 1742.5.5.1 877.5 832.9 -72. 2567. 784. 2162.5.5. 2632.5. 1967. 743.5.9 11. 2152. 832.5. 1972.1 General Unless otherwise stated.5.5. 2542.5.5.5.5. A BS supporting DC-HSDPA and DB-DC-HSDPA transmits two cells simultaneously. 765. 1732.5. 882.5.5. 887. 1892.5.5.1 1932.5 DOWNLINK (DL) UE receive. 2142. 2557. 1727.5.5 1712.5.5. 2667.5.1 871.5.5.1 1852.5. 1722.5. 1752. 1737.1 1430.5. 1747. 2137.5. 2142.5.5. Unless otherwise stated.5. the transmitter characteristics are specified at the BS antenna connector (test port A) with a full complement of transceivers for the configuration in normal operating conditions. 837.1 832.5.5.

2.1. of the base station is the mean power level per carrier measured at the antenna connector in specified reference condition. the Base station maximum output power shall remain within +2.104 V9.0A. of the base station is the mean power level per carrier that the manufacturer has declared to be available at the antenna connector.g. The rated output power. PRAT.1: Transmitter test ports Test port B 6. In extreme conditions. Rated output power.6.1 Minimum requirement In normal conditions. Pmax. Table 6. and 5. Pout. of the BS shall be as specified in Table 6. In certain regions.Release 9 18 3GPP TS 25. 6.2. 3GPP . 4.0A: Base Station rated output power BS class Wide Area BS Medium Range BS Local Area BS Home BS PRAT . TX filter (if any) Towards antenna connector ⇒ (if any) Test port A Figure 6. the Base station maximum output power shall remain within +2 dB and -2dB of the manufacturer's rated output power. PRAT.2 Base station output power Output power. of the base station is the mean power of one carrier delivered to a load with resistance equal to the nominal load impedance of the transmitter.0 (2010-12) BS cabinet External PA External device e.5 dB of the manufacturer's rated output power.5 dB and -2. 6. the minimum requirement for normal conditions may apply also for some conditions outside the range of conditions defined as normal.1 Base station maximum output power Maximum output power.(note) < +38 dBm < + 24 dBm < + 20 dBm (without transmit diversity or MIMO) < + 17 dBm (with transmit diversity or MIMO) NOTE: There is no upper limit required for the rated output power of the Wide Area Base Station like for the base station for General Purpose application in Release 99.

5 dB +0.0 (2010-12) 6. b) The tolerance of the combined output power change due to inner loop power control shall be within the range shown in Table 6.0 dB -3.5 dB +1.0 dB +3.4.1 Minimum requirement The modulated carrier frequency of the BS shall be accurate to within the accuracy range given in Table 6. Table 6.Release 9 19 3GPP TS 25.1.3 Frequency error Frequency error is the measure of the difference between the actual BS transmit frequency and the assigned frequency.25 dB -0.1: Transmitter power control step tolerance Power control commands in the down link Up (TPC command "1") Down (TPC command "0") 2 dB step size Lower Upper +1.25 dB -0.5.75 dB -2. 6.1.2. The transmitter uses a quality-based power control on the downlink.5 dB -1.1. Table 6. The same source shall be used for RF frequency and data clock generation.1 Power control steps The power control step is the required step change in the code domain power of a code channel in response to the corresponding power control command.5 dB step size Lower Upper Lower Upper Lower Upper +0.25 ppm 6.4. 2.05 ppm ±0.5.5 dB -0.1 Inner loop power control in the downlink Inner loop power control in the downlink is the ability of the BS transmitter to adjust the transmitter output power of a code channel in accordance with the corresponding TPC symbols received in the uplink. 1.1.75 dB +2.75 dB -0. The combined output power change is the required total change in the DL transmitted power of a code channel in response to multiple consecutive power control commands corresponding to that code channel.25 dB +0.5 dB step size 1 dB step size 0.1 ppm ±0.0 dB optional a) The tolerance of the power control step due to inner loop power control shall be within the range shown in Table 6.4.0 dB -1. 6.75 dB 3GPP .6.4 Output power dynamics Power control is used to limit the interference level.1 Minimum requirement The BS transmitter shall have the capability of setting the inner loop code domain power with a step sizes of 1dB mandatory and 0.0 dB Transmitter power control step tolerance 1.104 V9.1 ppm ±0. 6. 6.3.0: Frequency error minimum requirement BS class Wide Area BS Medium Range BS Local Area BS Home BS Accuracy ±0.25 dB +0.0 observed over a period of one timeslot.

3.28 dB or less Down link (DL) power control dynamic range: Maximum code domain power: Minimum code domain power: 6. CPICH power accuracy is defined as the maximum deviation between the Primary CPICH code domain power indicated on the BCH and the Primary CPICH code domain power measured at the TX antenna interface.5 IPDL time mask To support IPDL location method.4. the Node B shall interrupt all transmitted signals in the downlink (i.1 Minimum requirement Primary CPICH code domain power shall be within ± 2. The IPDL time mask specifies the limits of the BS output power during these idle periods. 6.6. 6.4.5 dB step size Lower Upper Lower Upper Lower Upper Lower Upper +16 dB +24 dB +12 dB +18 dB +8 dB +12 dB +4 dB +6 dB -16 dB -24 dB -12 dB -18 dB -8 dB -12 dB -4 dB -6 dB 6.4 Primary CPICH power Primary CPICH power is the code domain power of the Common Pilot Channel.4.4.3 Total power dynamic range The total power dynamic range is the difference between the maximum and the minimum output power for a specified reference condition. NOTE: The upper limit of the dynamic range is the BS maximum output power. 6.4.3 dB or greater BS maximum output power . 6.4.1 Minimum Requirement The mean power measured over a period starting 27 chips after the beginning of the IPDL period and ending 27 chips before the expiration of the IPDL period shall be equal to or less than 3GPP .1 Minimum requirements BS maximum output power .4. The lower limit of the dynamic range is the lowest minimum power from the BS when no traffic channels are activated.1 Minimum requirement The downlink (DL) total power dynamic range shall be 18 dB or greater.4.1dB of the Primary CPICH code domain power indicated on the BCH.2: Transmitter aggregated power control step range Power control commands in the down link Up (TPC command "1") Down (TPC command "0") Transmitter aggregated power control step change after 10 consecutive equal commands (up or down) 2 dB step size 1. The requirement in this section shall apply to BS supporting IPDL.104 V9.2 Power control dynamic range The power control dynamic range is the difference between the maximum and the minimum code domain power of a code channel for a specified reference condition.Release 9 20 3GPP TS 25.Primary CPICH power is indicated on the BCH.4.0 (2010-12) Table 6.5 dB step size 1 dB step size 0. 6.e. 6.2.5. common and dedicated channels).8. Transmit modulation quality shall be maintained within the whole dynamic range as specified in subclause 6.

the most stringent requirement shall apply for Pout.Release 9 21 3GPP TS 25.0 (2010-12) BS maximum output power . For Home BS(s) without measurement capability.3 under the following input conditions: CPICH Êc. including signals and interference but excluding the own Home BS signal. CPICH Êc shall be the sum in [W] of the code powers of the Primary CPICH transmitted from each antenna. In case the Home BS’s operating channel and both adjacent channels are licensed to the same operator. measured in dBm. min(20 dBm.35 dB see also Figure 6. If Tx diversity is applied on the Primary CPICH. 6. Table 6. min(17 dBm. BS maximum output power 35 dB 27 chips 27 chips IP_Length Figure 6.4. The requirements in this clause are applicable for AWGN radio propagation conditions. CPICH Êc + 100 dB)) Output power. a reference antenna with a gain of 0 dBi is assumed for converting these power levels into field strength requirements. is the code power of the Primary CPICH on one of the adjacent channels present at the Home BS antenna connector for the CPICH received on the adjacent channels. These requirements are only applicable to Home BS.104 V9. Pout (with transmit diversity or MIMO) ≤ 7dBm ≤ max(5 dBm. is the total received power density. The output power.3: Home BS output power for adjacent operator channel protection Input Conditions Ioh > CPICH Êc + 43 dB And CPICH Êc ≥ -105dBm Ioh ≤ CPICH Êc + 43 dB and CPICH Êc ≥ -105dBm Output power. the requirements apply to each antenna connector separately.1A.3. measured in dBm. The input conditions defined for the requirements in this section are specified at the antenna connector of the Home BS. Ioh. Pout. present at the Home BS antenna connector on the Home BS operating channel. Pout (without transmit diversity or MIMO) ≤ 10 dBm ≤ max(8 dBm. For Home BS receivers with diversity.1A: IPDL Time Mask The requirement applies to all output powers within the total power dynamic range as specified in subclause 6.6 Home base station output power for adjacent channel protection The Home BS shall be capable of adjusting the transmitter output power to minimize the interference level on the adjacent channels licensed to other operators in the same geographical area while optimize the Home BS coverage. of the Home BS shall be as specified in Table 6.6. - In case that both adjacent channels are licensed to other operators.The requirements are otherwise unchanged.4. CPICH Êc + 97 dB)) 3GPP . with the other one(s) terminated or disabled . the requirements of this clause do not apply.

1.84 Mcps. in the frequency range from ∆ f = 2. Pout. Note 2: For CPICH Êc < -105dBm.2.2.3 to 6.3 plus 2 dB.328 [7].104 V9.6.6. Emissions shall not exceed the maximum level specified in tables 6.2. For regions where this clause applies.6 Output RF spectrum emissions 6.3 plus 2. with an allowance of 2 dB for measurement errors. 3GPP . 6. whichever is the greater. the requirement in section 6. Pout. the output power.1 Minimum requirement The occupied channel bandwidth shall be less than 5 MHz based on a chip rate of 3. 6.6 below may be mandatory in certain regions.1 Spectrum emission mask The mask defined in Tables 6. an ACIR of 33 dB. 6.5 MHz to ∆ fmax from the carrier frequency. where: ∆ f is the separation between the carrier frequency and the nominal -3dB point of the measuring filter closest to the carrier frequency.2 Out of band emission Out of band emissions are unwanted emissions immediately outside the channel bandwidth resulting from the modulation process and non-linearity in the transmitter but excluding spurious emissions.6.0 (2010-12) NOTE 1: The Home BS transmitter output power specified in Table 6.6 for the appropriate BS maximum output power.5%. 6.6.1 Occupied bandwidth The occupied bandwidth is the width of a frequency band such that. an adjacent channel UE CPICH Ec/Io target of -18 dB and the same CPICH Êc value at the adjacent channel UE as for the Home BS.6. In extreme operating conditions.4. an target outage zone of 47dB around the Home BS for an UE on the adjacent channel. This out of band emission requirement is specified both in terms of a spectrum emission mask and adjacent channel power ratio for the transmitter. See also ITU-R Recommendation SM. below the lower and above the upper frequency limits.Release 9 22 3GPP TS 25. The value of β /2 shall be taken as 0.3 to 6. In other regions this mask may not be applied. F_offset is the separation between the carrier frequency and the centre of the measuring filter. the mean powers emitted are each equal to a specified percentage β /2 of the total mean transmitted power.5 (void) 6. the requirement shall be met by a base station transmitting on a single RF carrier configured in accordance with the manufacturer's specification.5 dB.1 Minimum requirement In normal operating conditions. of the Home BS shall be equal to or less than the value specified in Table 6.6.1 applies. ∆ fmax is equal to f_offsetmax minus half of the bandwidth of the measuring filter. the output power. f_offsetmax is either 12.3 assumes a Home BS reference antenna gain of 0 dBi. 6. of the Home BS shall be equal to or less than the value specified in Table 6.5 MHz or the offset to the UMTS Tx band edge as defined in section 5.

515MHz ≤ f_offset < 2.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 2.515MHz 3.6.5 MHz (Note 1) 3.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 2. ∆ f 2.2: Spectrum emission mask Table 6.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 7.715MHz 2.Release 9 23 3GPP TS 25.715 dB  MHz  -26 dBm -13 dBm 30 kHz 1 MHz Table 6. f_offset 2.5 2.5 ∆fmax -15 Power density in 30kHz [ dBm] 0 Power density in 1 MHz [ dBm] -20 P = 43 dBm P = 43 dBm P = 39 dBm P = 39 dBm -5 -25 -10 -30 -15 -35 P = 31 dBm P = 31 dBm -20 -40 -25 Illustrative diagram of spectrum emission mask Figure 6.515MHz ≤ f_offset < 2.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f ≤ ∆ fmax Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency.7 3. BS maximum output power P ≥ 43 dBm Frequency offset of measurement filter -3dB point.7 MHz 2.715 dB MHz   -26 dBm -13 dBm P .715MHz 2.0 (2010-12) Frequency separation ∆f from the carrier [MHz] 2.515MHz ≤ f_offset < 4.0MHz ≤ f_offset < f_offsetmax Minimum requirement Measurement bandwidth (Note 2) 30 kHz 30 kHz -14 dBm  f _ offset  − 14dBm − 15 ⋅  − 2.0MHz ≤ f_offset < f_offsetmax Minimum requirement Measurement bandwidth (Note 2) 30 kHz 30 kHz -14 dBm  f _ offset  − 14dBm − 15 ⋅  − 2. BS maximum output power 39 ≤ P < 43 dBm Frequency offset of measurement filter -3dB point.5 7.0MHz 4.0MHz 8.3: Spectrum emission mask values.0MHz 4.515MHz 3.7 MHz 2.56 dB 30 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 3GPP .0MHz ≤ f_offset < 8.7 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 3.5 MHz 7.7 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 3.715MHz ≤ f_offset < 3.715MHz ≤ f_offset < 3.515MHz ≤ f_offset < 4. f_offset 2.5 MHz (Note 1) 3.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f ≤ ∆ fmax Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency.4: Spectrum emission mask values.104 V9. ∆ f 2.

515MHz ≤ f_offset < 4.6.53 dB  f _ offset  P − 53dB − 15 ⋅  − 2. XIII and XIV. the applicable additional requirements in Tables 6.515MHz 3.715MHz ≤ f_offset < 3. Table 6.515MHz 4.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f ≤ ∆ fmax Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency.55MHz ≤ f_offset < f_offsetmax Additional requirement -15 dBm -13 dBm Measurement bandwidth (Note 2) 30 kHz 100 kHz 3GPP . BS maximum output power 31 ≤ P < 39 dBm Frequency offset of measurement filter -3dB point.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 2.0MHz 4.0MHz ≤ f_offset < 8.5 MHz (Note 1) 3.0MHz 4.0MHz ≤ f_offset < f_offsetmax Additional requirement -15 dBm -13 dBm Measurement bandwidth (Note 2) 30 kHz 1 MHz Table 6.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 7.6.5 MHz 3. IV. BS maximum output power P < 31 dBm Frequency offset of measurement filter -3dB point.0 (2010-12) Table 6.0MHz 8. X.∆ f 2.515MHz ≤ f_offset < 2.52 dB P .5: Spectrum emission mask values.6C apply in addition to the minimum requirements in Tables 6.6B: Additional spectrum emission limits for Band V Frequency offset of measurement filter -3dB point.515MHz ≤ f_offset < 3.715MHz 2.715MHz ≤ f_offset < 3.515MHz ≤ f_offset < 3.5 MHz 7. XII.0MHz ≤ f_offset < f_offsetmax Minimum requirement Measurement bandwidth (Note 2) 30 kHz 30 kHz P .5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 2.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f ≤ ∆ fmax Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency.56 dB 30 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Table 6.6A.7 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 3.515MHz 3.0MHz ≤ f_offset < 8.715MHz 2.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f ≤ ∆ fmax Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency.0MHz ≤ f_offset < f_offsetmax Minimum requirement -22 dBm Measurement bandwidth (Note 2) 30 kHz 30 kHz  f _ offset  − 22dBm − 15 ⋅  − 2.515MHz 3.6: Spectrum emission mask values.5 MHz 7.5 MHz (Note 1) 3.6B or 6. f_offset 2.5 MHz 3.515MHz ≤ f_offset < 4. f_offset 2.7 MHz 2. V.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 3. ∆ f 2.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 3.6A: Additional spectrum emission limits for Bands II.3 to 6. ∆ f 2. 6. X Frequency offset of measurement filter -3dB point.65 dB P .104 V9.Release 9 24 3GPP TS 25.7 MHz 2. ∆ f 2.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 7. IV.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f ≤ ∆ fmax Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency.7 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 3.0MHz 8. f_offset 2.715 dB  MHz  -34 dBm -21 dBm -25 dBm 30 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz For operation in band II. f_offset 2.715 dB  MHz  P .515MHz ≤ f_offset < 2.

6. BS maximum output power P < 6 dBm Frequency offset of measurement filter -3dB point.6D or 6. NOTE 2 As a general rule.6D: Additional spectrum emission limit for Home BS.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f ≤ ∆ fmax Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency.6E: Additional spectrum emission limit for Home BS. 3GPP . 6.N NOTE: The regional requirement is defined in terms of EIRP (effective isotropic radiated power).N declared by the manufacturer.3. However.4. the resolution bandwidth of the measuring equipment should be equal to the measurement bandwidth. f_offset 13MHz ≤ f_offset < f_offsetmax Additional requirement P .104 V9.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f < 2. f_offset 13MHz ≤ f_offset < f_offsetmax Additional requirement -50 dBm Measurement bandwidth (Note 2) 1 MHz In certain regions the following requirement may apply for protection of DTT. Ffilter Ffilter = 8*N + 306 (MHz).6 NOTE 1: This frequency range ensures that the range of values of f_offset is continuous.56 dBm Measurement bandwidth (Note 2) 1 MHz Table 6. shall not exceed the maximum emission level PEM.6 MHz ≤ ∆ f ≤ ∆ fmax Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency. Compliance with the regional requirement can be determined using the method outlined in Annex D. BS maximum output power 6 ≤ P ≤ 20 dBm Frequency offset of measurement filter -3dB point. When the resolution bandwidth is smaller than the measurement bandwidth. sensitivity and efficiency.3 to 6. to improve measurement accuracy.6.6 MHz 2. ∆ f 12. the level of emissions in the band 470-790 MHz. f_offset 2. the applicable additional requirements in Tables 6. For UTRA BS operating in Band XX.6F: Declared emissions levels for protection of DTT Filter centre frequency. XIII.0 (2010-12) Table 6.6C: Additional spectrum emission limits for Bands XII. the resolution bandwidth can be smaller than the measurement bandwidth. The requirement defined above provides the characteristics of the basestation needed to verify compliance with the regional requirement. XIV Frequency offset of measurement filter -3dB point.6F. ∆ f 2. Table 6.615MHz 2.5 & 6. which is dependent on both the BS emissions at the antenna connector and the deployment (including antenna gain and feeder loss).515MHz ≤ f_offset < 2. the result should be integrated over the measurement bandwidth in order to obtain the equivalent noise bandwidth of the measurement bandwidth. 21 ≤ N ≤ 60 Measurement bandwidth 8 MHz Declared emission level [dBm] PEM. Table 6. Notes for Tables 6. measured in an 8MHz filter bandwidth on centre frequencies Ffilter according to Table 6.6E apply in addition to the minimum requirements in Tables 6.5 MHz ≤ ∆ f ≤ ∆ fmax Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency.Release 9 25 3GPP TS 25.65MHz ≤ f_offset < f_offsetmax Additional requirement -13 dBm -13 dBm Measurement bandwidth (Note 2) 30 kHz 100 kHz For Home BS. 6. ∆ f 12.

Unless otherwise stated. are applied.3.84 MHz (for Band I. The requirements shall apply whatever the type of transmitter considered (single carrier or multi-carrier). 6.3. whichever is the higher.3.8) apply at frequencies within the specified frequency ranges.2 shall apply. intermodulation products and frequency conversion products.0dBm/3. 6.1 Mandatory Requirements The requirements of either subclause 6. the adjacent channel power (the RRC filtered mean power centered on an adjacent channel frequency) shall be less than or equal to -8.6.1.6.1 Minimum requirement The ACLR shall be higher than the value specified in Table 6.7.0 dBm/3.329 [1]. This is measured at the base station RF output port.1 Spurious emissions (Category A) The following requirements shall be met in cases where Category A limits for spurious emissions. IX.84MHz (for Band VI and XIX) or as specified by the ACLR limit.6.Release 9 26 3GPP TS 25.5 and 6. It applies for all transmission modes foreseen by the manufacturer's specification.6.3.2. Table 6.2 Adjacent Channel Leakage power Ratio (ACLR) Adjacent Channel Leakage power Ratio (ACLR) is the ratio of the RRC filtered mean power centered on the assigned channel frequency to the RRC filtered mean power centered on an adjacent channel frequency. as defined in ITU-R Recommendation SM.7: BS ACLR BS adjacent channel offset below the first or ACLR limit above the last carrier frequency used 5 MHz 45 dB 10 MHz 50 dB Note 1: In certain regions.1 or subclause 6.5MHz below the first carrier frequency used or more than 12.84MHz or as specified by the ACLR limit. parasitic emission.2. XI and XXI) or + 2.1.2 dBm/3. 3GPP . 6.3.6. which are more than 12.6.6. The requirements shall apply whatever the type of transmitter considered (single carrier or multiple-carrier). all requirements are measured as mean power (RMS). This note is not applicable for Home BS.104 V9.5MHz above the last carrier frequency used.6. the adjacent channel power (the RRC filtered mean power centered on an adjacent channel frequency) shall be less than or equal to -44.6.3. but exclude out of band emissions. It applies for all transmission modes foreseen by the manufacturer's specification.2.3 Spurious emissions Spurious emissions are emissions which are caused by unwanted transmitter effects such as harmonics emission. whichever is the higher.6. 6. Note 2: For Home BS.1. The requirements (except 6.0 (2010-12) 6.

as defined in ITU-R Recommendation SM. Category A Band Maximum level Measurement Bandwidth 1 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz Note Note 1 Note 1 Note 1 Note 2 9kHz .9A: BS Mandatory spurious emissions limits.329 [1].1 NOTE 2: Upper frequency as in ITU-R SM.12. XIII.8: BS Mandatory spurious emissions limits.1GHz 1GHz . s2. s4.3.1 NOTE 2: Limit based on ITU-R Recommendation SM. Fhigh: The highest downlink frequency of the operating band as defined in Table 5.329 [1].329 [1].75 GHz NOTE 1: Bandwidth as in ITU-R Recommendation SM.1.10 MHz ↔ Fhigh + 10 MHz -36 dBm 100 kHz Note 1 Fhigh + 10 MHz ↔ 1 GHz -30 dBm 1 MHz Note 3 1GHz ↔ 12.1 NOTE 2: Limit based on ITU-R Recommendation SM. VIII.329 [1].1.10 MHz -15 dBm 1 MHz Note 2 Flow .2 Spurious emissions (Category B) The following requirements shall be met in cases where Category B limits for spurious emissions. s2.3 and Annex 7 NOTE 3: Bandwidth as in ITU-R Recommendation SM.0. Upper frequency as in ITU-R SM.6.30MHz -13 dBm 30MHz . s4.1 Minimum Requirement The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed: Table 6. 6. s4. s2.9: BS Mandatory spurious emissions limits.329 [1].5 table 1 Key: Flow: The lowest downlink frequency of the operating band as defined in Table 5. XII.0 (2010-12) 6.75GHz NOTE 1: Bandwidth as in ITU-R Recommendation SM.0. II.0. XX (Category B) Maximum Measurement Note Level Bandwidth -36 dBm 1 kHz Note 1 9 kHz ↔ 150 kHz -36 dBm 10 kHz Note 1 150 kHz ↔ 30 MHz -36 dBm 100 kHz Note 1 30 MHz ↔ Flow . operating band I.3. are applied.1.1 Minimum Requirement The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed: Table 6.1.5 table 1 Key: Flow: The lowest downlink frequency of the operating band as defined in Table 5. VII. Upper frequency as in ITU-R SM. IV. s4. Band Table 6. s4.329 [1].6.329 [1].10 MHz -16 dBm 100 kHz Note 2 Flow .6.6.2.150kHz 150kHz .329 [1].3.329 [1]. operating band V.329 [1].Release 9 27 3GPP TS 25. X (Category B) Maximum Measurement Note Level Bandwidth -36 dBm 1 kHz Note 1 9 kHz ↔ 150 kHz -36 dBm 10 kHz Note 1 150 kHz ↔ 30 MHz -36 dBm 100 kHz Note 1 30 MHz ↔ 1 GHz -30 dBm 1 MHz Note 1 1 GHz ↔ Flow .0.329 [1]. Fhigh: The highest downlink frequency of the operating band as defined in Table 5.3 and Annex 7 NOTE 3: Bandwidth as in ITU-R Recommendation SM.1. s4.104 V9.10 MHz ↔ Fhigh + 10 MHz -30 dBm 1 MHz Note 3 Fhigh + 10 MHz ↔ 12.75 GHz NOTE 1: Bandwidth as in ITU-R SM. XIV. s4.5 table 1 6.1. Band 3GPP . III.

862 MHz 1447.9B: (void) Table 6.1447.6. 6.10: Wide Area BS Spurious emissions limits for protection of the BS receiver Operating Band I II III IV V VI.9E: (void) Table 6.787 MHz 788 .9D: (void) Table 6.9G: (void) 6.6.3.9 .716 MHz 777 .9 .9F: (void) Table 6.9 MHz 699 .9C: (void) Table 6.1462.1980MHz 1850-1910 MHz 1710-1785 MHz 1710-1755 MHz 824-849 MHz 815-850 MHz 2500-2570 MHz 880-915 MHz 1749. This is measured at the transmit antenna port for any type of BS which has common or separate Tx/Rx antenna ports. XIX VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XX XXI Band 1920 .3.9 MHz 1710-1770 MHz 1427.798 MHz 832 .9 MHz Maximum Level -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Note 3GPP .104 V9.6.Release 9 28 3GPP TS 25.9-1784.0 (2010-12) Table 6.1 Minimum Requirement The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed: Table 6.2 Protection of the BS receiver of own or different BS This requirement shall be applied in order to prevent the receivers of the BSs being desensitised by emissions from a BS transmitter.2.

XIX VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XX XXI Band 1920 .1462.9 MHz 699 .9 .9 MHz Maximum Level -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Note 3GPP .104 V9.1447.798 MHz 832 .10A: Medium Range BS Spurious emissions limits for protection of the BS receiver Operating Band I II III IV V VI.6.862 MHz 1447.716 MHz 777 .0 (2010-12) Table 6.9 .9-1784.1447.9 MHz 1710-1770 MHz 1427.787 MHz 788 .862 MHz 1447.716 MHz 777 .10B: Local Area BS Spurious emissions limits for protection of the BS receiver Operating Band I II III IV V VI.9 .9-1784.Release 9 29 3GPP TS 25. XIX VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XX XXI Band 1920 .9 MHz Maximum Level -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Note Table 6.9 .798 MHz 832 .9 MHz 699 .9 MHz 1710-1770 MHz 1427.1462.1980MHz 1850-1910 MHz 1710-1785 MHz 1710-1755 MHz 824-849 MHz 815-850 MHz 2500-2570 MHz 880-915 MHz 1749.787 MHz 788 .1980MHz 1850-1910 MHz 1710-1785 MHz 1710-1755 MHz 824-849 MHz 815-850 MHz 2500-2570 MHz 880-915 MHz 1749.

0 (2010-12) Table 6.9 MHz 699 . DCS1800.6. PCS1900.10C: Home BS Spurious emissions limits for protection of the BS receiver Operating Band I II III IV V VI.9 .798 MHz 832 .1447.862 MHz 1447. The requirements may apply in geographic areas in which both a UTRA FDD BS and a system operating in another frequency band than the FDD operating band are deployed. GSM850.9 MHz Maximum Level -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Note 6.787 MHz 788 .9-1784.3 Co-existence with other systems in the same geographical area These requirements may be applied for the protection of UE.716 MHz 777 . XIX VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XX XXI Band 1920 . E-UTRA FDD and/or UTRA FDD. MS and/or BS operating in other frequency bands in the same geographical area. 3GPP .1980MHz 1850-1910 MHz 1710-1785 MHz 1710-1755 MHz 824-849 MHz 815-850 MHz 2500-2570 MHz 880-915 MHz 1749.6.9 .104 V9.Release 9 30 3GPP TS 25. The system operating in the other frequency band may be GSM900.9 MHz 1710-1770 MHz 1427.1462.3.

3.0 (2010-12) 6.6. Table 6.11 for a BS where requirements for coexistence with the system listed in the first column apply.1 Minimum Requirements The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed the limits of Table 6.Release 9 31 3GPP TS 25.104 V9.3.11: BS Spurious emissions limits for UTRA FDD BS in geographic coverage area of systems operating in other frequency bands 3GPP .6.

This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band III This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band III. this requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD operating in band VIII. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band II This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band II.6.6.2.1755 MHz 869 . since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.6.3.1785 MHz -47 dBm -61 dBm -47 dBm -61 dBm -57 dBm -61 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz PCS1900 1930 . since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.3. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.3.2.3.894 MHz 824 .9 MHz This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD operating in band VIII For the frequency range 880-915 MHz. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band VI or XIX This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band VI or XIX. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band VIII.2. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.960 MHz 876 .2690 MHz 2500 .6.6.2. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band VIII.1880 MHz 1710 .6. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band V This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band V.2170 MHz 1920 . since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.2. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band VII.3.6.1879. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band IX 3GPP .1990 MHz 1850 .2570 MHz 925 .2.1910 MHz 1805 .1980 MHz 1930 .6.915 MHz 1844.3. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.9 .1990 MHz 1850 .6. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.6.Release 9 System type operating in the same geographical area GSM900 Band for coexistence requirement 921 . This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band I.915 MHz Maximu m Level 32 Measurement Bandwidth 3GPP TS 25. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band I.3.3. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band IV or band X This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band IV or band X.3. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD operating in band III This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD operating in band III.2.1910 MHz GSM850 or CDMA850 869 .894 MHz 824 .6. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in frequency band II This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in frequency band II.2.2. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.6.3.960 MHz 880 .1880 MHz 1710 . 18 or 19 UTRA FDD Band VII or E-UTRA Band 7 UTRA FDD Band VIII or E-UTRA Band 8 UTRA FDD Band IX or 2110 . E-UTRA Band 6.850 MHz 2620 . This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in frequency band V This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in frequency band V.849 MHz 860 .6.2.2.1785 MHz 2110 .3.895 MHz 815 .3.104 V9. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.0 (2010-12) Note -57 dBm -61 dBm 100 kHz 100 kHz DCS1800 1805 .2155 MHz 1710 .849 MHz UTRA FDD Band I or E-UTRA Band 1 UTRA FDD Band II or E-UTRA Band 2 UTRA FDD Band III or E-UTRA Band 3 UTRA FDD Band IV or E-UTRA Band 4 UTRA FDD Band V or E-UTRA Band 5 UTRA FDD Band VI or XIX. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band VII.2.

since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.1770 MHz -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm 33 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 3GPP TS 25.6.104 V9. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.3.6. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XX This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XX.821 MHz 832 . the coupling loss should be increased by the value as stated in TR 25.2.9 MHz 1447.746 MHz 699 .6.1784. DCS1800. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.6. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XIV This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XIV.3.6.3.2. UTRA FDD Band XI or XXI or E-UTRA Band 11 or 21 1475. 3GPP .2. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XII This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XII.2.2.1447. while the rest is covered in sub-clause 6. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band IV or band X. E-UTRA FDD and/or UTRA FDD BS are co-located with a UTRA FDD BS. If BSs of different classes are co-sited.0 (2010-12) This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band IX.3.3.9 . PCS1900.3.3.1462. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6. For UTRA FDD BS operating in Band IV.3. it applies for 1755 MHz to 1770 MHz.2.3.3 in Table 10.6.746 MHz 704 .942 [4] chapter 10.2.6. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band X.1 and Table 10.3.862 MHz 6. GSM850.2.768 MHz 788 . since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.716 MHz UTRA FDD Band XX or E-UTRA Band 20 791 .1510.2.2.4 Co-existence with co-located and co-sited base stations These requirements may be applied for the protection of other BS receivers when GSM900.9 .6.3. The requirements in this chapter assume a 30 dB coupling loss between transmitter and receiver. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XI or XXI. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.9 MHz 2110 .9 .9 MHz -52 dBm -49 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm -52 dBm -49 dBm 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz UTRA FDD Band XII or E-UTRA Band 12 UTRA FDD Band XIII or E-UTRA Band 13 UTRA FDD Band XIV or E-UTRA Band 14 E-UTRA Band 17 729 .798 MHz 734 . This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XI.9 .6.787 MHz 758 .6. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XII This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XII. This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XXI.716 MHz 746 .9 MHz 1427. since it is already covered by the requirement in sub-clause 6.6.6.2170 MHz 1710 . This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XIII This requirement does not apply to UTRA FDD BS operating in band XIII.Release 9 E-UTRA Band 9 UTRA FDD Band X or E-UTRA Band 10 1749.756 MHz 777 .2.

862 MHz 1447.0 (2010-12) 6.849 MHz 1920 .1755 MHz 824 .915 MHz 1749. Table 6.1447.9 .12 for a Wide Area (WA) BS where requirements for co-location with a BS type listed in the first column apply.104 V9.1785 MHz 1710 .12: BS Spurious emissions limits for Wide Area BS co-located with another BS Type of co-located BS Macro GSM900 Macro DCS1800 Macro PCS1900 Macro GSM850 or CDMA850 WA UTRA FDD Band I or E-UTRA Band 1 WA UTRA FDD Band II or E-UTRA Band 2 WA UTRA FDD Band III or E-UTRA Band 3 WA UTRA FDD Band IV or E-UTRA Band 4 WA UTRA FDD Band V or E-UTRA Band 5 WA UTRA FDD Band VI or XIX.1770 MHz 1427.1910 MHz 1710 .2570 MHz 880 .716 MHz 777 .6.1785 MHz 1850 .1784.6. or E-UTRA Band 6.9 MHz 699 .3.849 MHz 815 .1910 MHz 824 .1462.9 MHz Maximum Level -98 dBm -98 dBm -98 dBm -98 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 KHz 100 KHz 100 KHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 KHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 KHz 100 KHz 100 kHz Note 3GPP .1 Minimum Requirements The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed the limits of Table 6.4.9 MHz 1710 .716 MHz 832 .9 .9 .787 MHz 788 . 18 or 19 WA UTRA FDD Band VII or E-UTRA Band 7 WA UTRA FDD Band VIII or E-UTRA Band 8 WA UTRA FDD Band IX or E-UTRA Band 9 WA UTRA FDD Band X or E-UTRA Band 10 WA UTRA FDD Band XI or E-UTRA Band 11 WA UTRA FDD Band XII or E-UTRA Band 12 WA UTRA FDD Band XIII or E-UTRA Band 13 WA UTRA FDD Band XIV or E-UTRA Band 14 E-UTRA Band 17 WA UTRA FDD Band XX or E-UTRA Band 20 WA UTRA FDD Band XXI or E-UTRA Band 21 Band for co-location requirement 876-915 MHz 1710 .Release 9 34 3GPP TS 25.1980 MHz 1850 .850 MHz 2500 .798 MHz 704 .

2570 MHz 880 .716 MHz 777 .9 MHz Maximum Level -70 dBm -80 dBm -80 dBm -70 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm -82 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 KHz 100 KHz 100 KHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 KHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Note 6.9 . This requirement is also applicable at specified frequencies falling between 12. 3GPP .9 MHz 699 .850 MHz 2500 .862 MHz 1447.787 MHz 788 .13 for a Medium Range (MR) BS where requirements for co-location with a BS type listed in the first column apply.1785 MHz 1850 .3.1785 MHz 1850 . Table 6.1755 MHz 824 .9 .1785 MHz 1710 .5MHz above the last carrier frequency used.9 MHz 699 .5MHz below the first carrier frequency used and 12.1462.Release 9 35 3GPP TS 25.14: BS Spurious emissions limits for Local Area BS co-located with another BS Type of co-located BS Pico GSM900 Pico DCS1800 Pico PCS1900 Pico GSM850 LA UTRA FDD Band I LA UTRA FDD Band II LA UTRA FDD Band III LA UTRA FDD Band IV LA UTRA FDD Band V LA UTRA FDD Band VI or XIX LA UTRA FDD Band VII LA UTRA FDD Band VIII LA UTRA FDD Band IX LA UTRA FDD Band X LA UTRA FDD Band XI LA UTRA FDD Band XII LA UTRA FDD Band XIII LA UTRA FDD Band XIV LA UTRA FDD Band XX LA UTRA FDD Band XXI Band for co-location requirement 876-915 MHz 1710 .915 MHz 1749.1784.9 .1770 MHz 1427.9 MHz 1710 .9 .1462.14 for a Local Area (LA) BS where requirements for co-location with a BS type listed in the first column apply.787 MHz 788 .850 MHz 2500 .2570 MHz 880 .9 MHz 1710 .5 Co-existence with PHS This requirement may be applied for the protection of PHS in geographic areas in which both PHS and UTRA FDD are deployed.9 MHz Maximum Level -91 dBm -96 dBm -96 dBm -91 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm -86 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 KHz 100 KHz 100 KHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 KHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Note The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed the limits of Table 6.104 V9.9 .1910 MHz 1710 .1910 MHz 824 .6.915 MHz 1749.798 MHz 832 .1447.1910 MHz 1710 .716 MHz 777 .862 MHz 1447.1785 MHz 1710 .0 (2010-12) The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed the limits of Table 6.849 MHz 1920 .1784.1980 MHz 1850 .1447.1770 MHz 1427.849 MHz 1920 .1755 MHz 824 .13: BS Spurious emissions limits for Medium Range BS co-located with another BS Type of co-located BS Micro GSM900 Micro DCS1800 Micro PCS1900 Micro GSM850 MR UTRA FDD Band I MR UTRA FDD Band II MR UTRA FDD Band III MR UTRA FDD Band IV MR UTRA FDD Band V MR UTRA FDD Band VI or XIX MR UTRA FDD Band VII MR UTRA FDD Band VIII MR UTRA FDD Band IX MR UTRA FDD Band X MR UTRA FDD Band XI MR UTRA FDD Band XII MR UTRA FDD Band XIII MR UTRA FDD Band XIV MR UTRA FDD Band XX MR UTRA FDD Band XXI Band for co-location requirement 876-915 MHz 1710 .798 MHz 832 .1980 MHz 1850 .849 MHz 815 .6.9 . Table 6.1910 MHz 824 .849 MHz 815 .

0 (2010-12) 6.6.7.4 ⋅ -30 + 3.Release 9 36 3GPP TS 25.7.6.7 6. 6.3.15: BS Spurious emissions limits for BS in geographic coverage area of PHS Band 1884.6 MHz Maximum Level -41 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 300 kHz Note 6.2.6.1920MHz Maximum Level -52 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Note Applicable in China 6.4 ⋅ (f .1920 MHz 2010 .1 Minimum Requirement The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed: Table 6.5 .1919.4 ⋅ -30 + 3.2 Co-located base stations This requirement may be applied for the protection of UTRA-TDD BS receivers when UTRA-TDD BS and UTRA FDD BS are co-located.7.16: BS spurious emissions limits for protection of adjacent band services Operating Band I VII Band 2100-2105 MHz 2175-2180 MHz 2610-2615 MHz 2695-2700 MHz Maximum Level -30 + 3.4 ⋅ -30 + 3.6.f) dBm Measurement Bandwidth 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Note NOTE: This requirement for the frequency range 2610-2615 MHz may be applied to geographic areas in which both UTRA-TDD and UTRA-FDD are deployed.3.1 Minimum requirement The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed: Table 6.3.3. 6.17: BS Spurious emissions limits for BS in geographic coverage area of UTRA-TDD Band 1900 . 3GPP .3. 6.6.2400 MHz 1880 .2025 MHz 2570 .6.5.3.6.1 Co-existence with UTRA-TDD Operation in the same geographic area This requirement may be applied to geographic areas in which both UTRA-TDD and UTRA-FDD are deployed.6 Co-existence with services in adjacent frequency bands This requirement may be applied for the protection in bands adjacent to bands I or VII as defined in clause 5.1. in geographic areas in which both an adjacent band service and UTRA FDD are deployed.1 Minimum Requirement The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed: Table 6.f) dBm (f .3.2100 MHz) dBm (2180 MHz .2610 MHz 2300 .6.6.2610 MHz) dBm (2700 MHz .104 V9.

6. the coupling loss must be increased by the difference between the corresponding values from the table above.2610 MHz 2300 .3.2.6. If BSs of different classes are co-sited.25 kHz Note 6.2025 MHz 2570 .2025 MHz 2010 .9 Co-existence with Home BS operating in other bands These requirements may be applied for the protection of Home BS receivers operating in other bands. 6. 3GPP .0 (2010-12) 6.25 kHz 6.19: BS spurious emissions limits Operating Band XIII XIII XIV XIV Band 763 .25 kHz 6.5 MHz above the last carrier frequency used.805 MHz Maximum Level -46 dBm -46 dBm -46 dBm -46 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 6.3.775 MHz 793 .Release 9 37 3GPP TS 25.25 kHz 6.805 MHz 769 .2400 MHz 2300 .6.6.1920 MHz 2010 . These requirements are only applicable to Home BS.2610 MHz 2570 .1920 MHz 1900 .5 MHz below the first carrier frequency used and 12.6.1 Minimum Requirement The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed: Table 6.8 Protection of Public Safety Operations This requirement shall be applied to BS operating in Bands XIII and XIV to ensure that appropriate interference protection is provided to 700 MHz public safety operations.104 V9.1920 MHz 1880 .6.2400 MHz 1880 .18: BS Spurious emissions limits for BS co-located with UTRA-TDD BS class Wide Area BS Local Area BS Wide Area BS Local Area BS Wide Area BS Local Area BS Wide Area BS Local Area BS Wide Area BS Local Area BS Band 1900 .1 Minimum Requirement The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed: Table 6.8.3.775 MHz 799 .7.1920 MHz Maximum Level -86 dBm -72 dBm -86 dBm -72 dBm -86 dBm -72 dBm -86 dBm -72 dBm -86 dBm -72 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Note Applicable in China Applicable in China These values assume a 30 dB coupling loss between transmitter and receiver. This requirement is also applicable at specified frequencies falling between 12.3.

787 MHz 788 .2570 MHz 880 .798 MHz 832 .3.6.1755 MHz 824 . Table 6.9 .6.1770 MHz 1427.1 Minimum Requirements The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed the limits of Table 6.6.3in the presence of a WCDMA modulated interference signal with a mean power level 30 dB lower than the mean power of the wanted signal.1784.7.21.20 for a Home BS where requirements for co-existence with a Home BS type listed in the first column apply.1462.849 MHz 815 .1785 MHz 1710 .2 are excluded from the requirement. XXI in certain regions.716 MHz 777 .850 MHz 2500 .1 Minimum requirement The transmit intermodulation level shall not exceed the out of band emission or the spurious emission requirements of clauses 6. 3GPP . The transmit intermodulation level is the power of the intermodulation products when a WCDMA modulated interference signal is injected into the antenna connector at a mean power level of 30 dB lower than that of the mean power of the wanted signal.21: Interfering signal frequency offset from the subject signal carrier frequency Parameter Interfering signal frequency offset from the subjet signal carrier frequency Value -5 MHz -10 MHz -15 MHz +5 MHz +10 MHz +15 MHz NOTE 1: Interference frequencies that are outside of the allocated frequency band for UTRA-FDD downlink specified in subclause 5.915 MHz 1749. 6. VI. XIX.9 .6. unless the interfering signal positions fall within the frequency range of adjacent downlink operating bands in the same geographical area. The interfering signal frequency offset from the subject signal carrier frequency shall be as in Table 6.104 V9. Table 6.1910 MHz 1710 .862 MHz 1447.1980 MHz 1850 .1447.9 MHz 1710 . IX.0 (2010-12) 6.9. NOTE 2: NOTE 1 is not applied in Band I.20: Home BS Spurious emissions limits for co-existence with Home BS operating in other bands Type of Home BS UTRA FDD Band I UTRA FDD Band II UTRA FDD Band III UTRA FDD Band IV UTRA FDD Band V UTRA FDD Band VI or XIX UTRA FDD Band VII UTRA FDD Band VIII UTRA FDD Band IX UTRA FDD Band X UTRA FDD Band XI UTRA FDD Band XII UTRA FDD Band XIII UTRA FDD Band XIV UTRA FDD Band XX UTRA FDD Band XXI Band for co-existence requirement 1920 .7 Transmit intermodulation The transmit intermodulation performance is a measure of the capability of the transmitter to inhibit the generation of signals in its non linear elements caused by presence of the wanted signal and an interfering signal reaching the transmitter via the antenna. XI.Release 9 38 3GPP TS 25.9 MHz 699 .9 .9 MHz Maximum Level -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm -71 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 KHz 100 KHz 100 KHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 KHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Note 6.2 and 6.

The measurement interval is one timeslot as defined by the C-PICH (when present) otherwise the measurement interval is one timeslot starting with the beginning of the SCH. Frequency Error. The Peak Code Domain Error is defined as the maximum value for the Code Domain Error for all codes. The requirement is valid over the total power dynamic range as specified in subclause 6. The Code Domain Error for every code in the domain is defined as the ratio of the mean power of the projection onto that code.8.8. rather than the nominal code powers used to generate the test signal. Both waveforms are then further modified by selecting the frequency.5 % when the base station is transmitting a composite signal using only QPSK modulation. The theoretical modulated waveform is created by modulating a carrier at the assigned carrier frequency using the same data as was used to generate the measured waveform.22 in the frequency domain.8.8. The chip modulation rate for the theoretical waveform shall be exactly 3. to the mean power of the composite reference waveform.1 Transmit pulse shape filter The transmit pulse-shaping filter is a root-raised cosine (RRC) with roll-off α =0. absolute phase.0 (2010-12) 6. The measurement interval is one timeslot as defined by the C-PICH (when present) otherwise the measurement interval is one timeslot starting with the beginning of the SCH. Both waveforms pass through a matched Root Raised Cosine filter with bandwidth 3. The Error Vector Magnitude shall not be worse than 12. The EVM result is defined as the square root of the ratio of the mean error vector power to the mean reference power expressed as a %.2. The impulse response of the chip impulse filter RC0(t) is  t   t  t sin π  T (1 − α )  + 4α T cos π T (1 + α )     C C C     RC 0 ( t ) = 2  t   1 −  4α t    π    TC   TC    Where the roll-off factor α = 0. 3GPP .22 and the chip duration: 1 ≈ Tc = 0. 6. absolute amplitude and chip clock timing so as to minimise the error vector.6.84 Mcps.Release 9 39 3GPP TS 25.8 Transmit modulation Transmit modulation is specified in three parts.3.5 % when the base station is transmitting a composite signal that includes 16QAM modulation.8.84 MHz and roll-off α =0.1 Minimum requirement The Error Vector Magnitude shall not be worse than 17.2) onto the code domain at a specified spreading factor. This difference is called the error vector.26042 s chiprate µ 6. This ratio is expressed in dB.1 Minimum requirement The peak code domain error shall not exceed -33 dB at spreading factor 256.2 Error Vector Magnitude The Error Vector Magnitude is a measure of the difference between the reference waveform and the measured waveform.8. 6.3.22.104 V9.3 Peak code Domain error The Peak Code Domain Error is computed by projecting the error vector (as defined in 6. The code powers of the theoretical waveform shall be the same as the measured waveform. 6. 6.4. Error Vector Magnitude and Peak Code Domain Error. These specifications are made with reference to a theoretical modulated waveform.

5 Relative Code Domain Error for 64QAM modulation The Relative Code Domain Error is computed by projecting the error vector (as defined in 6. In relation to each other.8. For ACS. For a specific set of signals/transmitter configuration/transmission type.104 V9.4 Time alignment error This requirement applies to frame timing in Tx diversity. For transmission of multiple cells. Unless otherwise stated. with or without MIMO or TX diversity.8. 7 Receiver characteristics 7. 6. Only the active code channels in the composite reference waveform are considered for this requirement. in each cell.1 General The requirements in clause 7 are expressed for a single receiver antenna connector. The Relative Code Domain Error for every active code is defined as the ratio of the mean power of the error projection onto that code. This ratio is expressed in dB. 3GPP . to the mean power of the active code in the composite reference waveform. DC-HSDPA and DB-DC-HSDPA and their combinations. For receivers with antenna diversity. the requirements apply for each receiver antenna connector. a filter or the combination of such devices is used.Release 9 40 3GPP TS 25.8. the negative offsets of the interfering signal apply relative to the assigned channel frequency of the lowest carrier frequency used and positive offsets of the interfering signal apply relative to the assigned channel frequency of the highest carrier frequency used. The requirement for Relative Code Domain Error is only applicable for 64QAM modulated codes.6. MIMO transmission. Time Alignment Error (TAE) is defined as the largest timing difference between any two signals. For transmission of multiple cells. requirements apply at the far end antenna connector (port B). in the same frequency band. TAE shall not exceed ½ Tc. the receiver characteristics are specified at the BS antenna connector (test port A) with a full complement of transceivers for the configuration in normal operating conditions.4.5. 6. TAE shall not exceed ¼ Tc. blocking and intermodulation characteristics. with or without MIMO or TX diversity. The measurement interval is one frame.1 Minimum Requirements For MIMO or TX diversity transmissions.0 (2010-12) 6. If any external apparatus such as a RX amplifier. A BS supporting DC-HSUPA receives two cells simultaneously on adjacent carrier frequencies.2) onto the code domain at a specified spreading factor.1 Minimum requirement The average Relative Code Domain Error for 64QAM modulated codes shall not exceed -21 dB at spreading factor 16. in different frequency bands.8. 6. the RF signals present at the BS transmitter antenna port(s) experience certain timing differences. TAE shall not exceed 5 Tc. Frames of the WCDMA signals present at the BS transmitter antenna port(s) are not perfectly aligned in time.8.

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7.2 Reference sensitivity level
The reference sensitivity level is the minimum mean power received at the antenna connector at which the Bit Error Ratio (BER) shall not exceed the specific value indicated in section 7.2.1.

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Minimum requirement

Using the reference measurement channel specification in Annex A, the reference sensitivity level and performance of the BS shall be as specified in Table 7.1. Table 7.1: BS reference sensitivity levels
BS Class Wide Area BS Medium Range BS Local Area / Home BS Reference measurement channel data rate 12.2 kbps 12.2 kbps 12.2 kbps BS reference sensitivity level (dBm) -121 -111 -107 BER BER shall not exceed 0.001 BER shall not exceed 0.001 BER shall not exceed 0.001

7.2.2 Maximum Frequency Deviation for Receiver Performance
The need for such a requirement is for further study.

7.3 Dynamic range
Receiver dynamic range is the receiver ability to handle a rise of interference in the reception frequency channel. The receiver shall fulfil a specified BER requirement for a specified sensitivity degradation of the wanted signal in the presence of an interfering AWGN signal in the same reception frequency channel.

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The BER shall not exceed 0.001 for the parameters specified in Table 7.2. Table 7.2: Dynamic range
Parameter Level Wide Area BS 12.2 -91 -73 Level Medium Range BS 12.2 -81 -63 Level Local Area / Home BS 12.2 -77 -59 Level Home BS1 12.2 -57 -39 Unit

Reference measurement channel data rate Wanted signal mean power Interfering AWGN signal

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Note 1: For Home BS, this additional requirement ensures the performance is met over a large dynamic range.

7.4 Adjacent Channel Selectivity (ACS)
Adjacent channel selectivity (ACS) is a measure of the receiver ability to receive a wanted signal at is assigned channel frequency in the presence of an adjacent channel signal at a given frequency offset from the center frequency of the assigned channel. ACS is the ratio of the receiver filter attenuation on the assigned channel frequency to the receiver filter attenuation on the adjacent channel(s). The interference signal is offset from the wanted signal by the frequency offset Fuw. The interference signal shall be a W-CDMA signal as specified in Annex C.

7.4.1 Minimum requirement
The BER shall not exceed 0.001 for the parameters specified in Table 7.3. Table 7.3: Adjacent channel selectivity
Parameter Level Wide Area BS Data rate Wanted signal mean power Interfering signal mean power Fuw offset (Modulated) 12.2 -115 -52 Level Medium Range BS 12.2 -105 -42 Level Local Area / Home BS 12.2 -101 -38 Level Home BS1 Unit

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7.4.2 Minimum requirement - Co-location with UTRA-TDD
The current state-of-the-art technology does not allow a single generic solution for co-location with UTRA-TDD on adjacent frequencies for 30dB BS-BS minimum coupling loss. Further information and analysis for this scenario can be found in TR 25.942 [4].

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The blocking characteristics are measure of the receiver ability to receive a wanted signal at its assigned channel frequency in the presence of an unwanted interferer on frequencies other than those of the adjacent channels. The blocking performance requirement applies as specified in the tables 7.4 to 7.5B below, using a 1 MHz step size. NOTE: The minimum requirements for Home BS when co-located with DECT and WiFi/WLAN are FFS.

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1710 MHz 1785 .1690 MHz 1790 MHz .2000 MHz 1 MHz -1900 MHz 2000 MHz .679 MHz 729 MHz – 12750 MHz 777 .12750 MHz 824-849 MHz 804-824 MHz 849-869 MHz 1 MHz .9 MHz 1729.2500 MHz 2570 .9 .915 MHz 860 .1790 MHz 1 MHz .1749.1830 MHz 1930 MHz .880 MHz 915 .12750 MHz 1710 .0 (2010-12) Minimum Offset of Interfering Signal ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz Type of Interfering Signal WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII 3GPP .9 MHz 1 MHz .1930 MHz 1 MHz .1850 MHz 1910 .12750 MHz 1427.810 MHz 860 MHz .9 MHz 1467.1910 MHz 1830 .12750 MHz 810 .1785 MHz 1690 .9 .12750 MHz 1749.699 MHz 716 .9 .1710 MHz 1770 .1755 MHz 1690 .1805 MHz 1 MHz .1920 MHz 1980 .1447.1407.6.9 .1729.104 V9.9 MHz .1770 MHz 1690 .1710 MHz 1755 .804 MHz 869 MHz .12750 MHz 699 .1775 MHz 1 MHz .2570 MHz 2480 .9 MHz 1447.9 MHz .925 MHz 1 MHz -860 MHz 925 MHz .12750 MHz 880 .2590 MHz 1 MHz -2480 MHz 2590 MHz .12750 MHz 1850 .12750 MHz 2500 .9 MHz 1407.12750 MHz 1710 .1980 MHz 1900 .716 MHz 679 .12750 MHz 1710 .729 MHz 1 MHz .1467.1690 MHz 1775 MHz .9 MHz 1 MHz .9 .9 MHz 1784.9 .1427.Release 9 Operating Band I Center Frequency of Interfering Signal 1920 .787 MHz Interfering Signal mean power -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -15 dBm -40 dBm 45 Wanted Signal mean power -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm 3GPP TS 25.1784.1690 MHz 1805 MHz .830 MHz 840 .1804.9 MHz 1804.860 MHz 1 MHz .

768 MHz -15 dBm -115 dBm  818 MHz .9 MHz -40 dBm -115 dBm ±10 MHz 1427.Release 9 46 3GPP TS 25.845 MHz -40 dBm -115 dBm ±10 MHz 810 .1482.9 MHz 1 MHz .862 MHz -40 dBm -115 dBm ±10 MHz 821 .104 V9.9 .777 MHz -40 dBm -115 dBm ±10 MHz 787 .12750 MHz XX 832 .9 MHz .882 MHz 1 MHz – 821 MHz -15 dBm -115 dBm  882 MHz .12750 MHz XIX 830 .9 .1427.757 MHz -15 dBm -115 dBm  807 MHz .798 MHz -40 dBm -115 dBm ±10 MHz 768 .0 (2010-12) WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier 757 .12750 MHz NOTE *: The characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal are specified in Annex C.807 MHz 1 .6.1462.9 MHz -40 dBm -115 dBm ±10 MHz 1462.1447.9 MHz -15 dBm -115 dBm  1482.788 MHz -40 dBm -115 dBm ±10 MHz 798 .12750 MHz XIV 788 .818 MHz 1 .832 MHz -40 dBm -115 dBm ±10 MHz 862 . 3GPP .9 .830 MHz -40 dBm -115 dBm ±10 MHz 845 – 865 MHz 1 MHz .12750 MHz XXI 1447.810 MHz -15 dBm -115 dBm  865 MHz .

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1690 MHz 1775 MHz .6.9 .9 .678 MHz 728 MHz – 12750 MHz 777 .1427.1770 MHz 1690 .12750 MHz 1850 .9 MHz 1784.2500 MHz 2570 .12750 MHz 2500 .Release 9 Operating Band I Center Frequency of Interfering Signal 1920 .699 MHz 716 .830 MHz 840 .1980 MHz 1900 .2590 MHz 1 MHz -2480 MHz 2590 MHz .9 MHz 1467.12750 MHz 1427.804 MHz 869 MHz .1710 MHz 1770 .9 MHz .1467.9 .9 .9 MHz 1447.1804.787 MHz Interfering Signal mean power -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35dBm -35 dBm -15 dBm -35 dBm 48 Wanted Signal mean power -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm 3GPP TS 25.1775 MHz 1 MHz .2000 MHz 1 MHz -1900 MHz 2000 MHz .1749.12750 MHz 1710 .1830 MHz 1930 MHz .1920 MHz 1980 .1690 MHz 1805 MHz .1710 MHz 1755 .12750 MHz 1710 .1930 MHz 1 MHz .716 MHz 679 .12750 MHz 1749.9 MHz 1 MHz .1690 MHz 1790 MHz .12750 MHz 810 .12750 MHz 1710 .1755 MHz 1690 .1790 MHz 1 MHz .1785 MHz 1690 .12750 MHz 824-849 MHz 804-824 MHz 849-869 MHz 1 MHz .9 MHz 1729.1710 MHz 1785 .880 MHz 915 .915 MHz 860 .1407.9 MHz 1407.729 MHz 1 MHz .9 MHz 1 MHz .1784.9 MHz .0 (2010-12) Minimum Offset of Interfering Signal ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz Type of Interfering Signal WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII 3GPP .9 .1850 MHz 1910 .9 .104 V9.1805 MHz 1 MHz .1729.9 MHz 1804.12750 MHz 699 .2570 MHz 2480 .810 MHz 860 MHz .925 MHz 1 MHz -860 MHz 925 MHz .1910 MHz 1830 .860 MHz 1 MHz .12750 MHz 880 .1447.

9 MHz .104 V9.1482.810 MHz -15 dBm -105 dBm  865 MHz .9 MHz 1 MHz .9 .757 MHz -15 dBm -105 dBm  807 MHz .12750 MHz XIX 830 .830 MHz -35 dBm -105 dBm ±10 MHz 845 – 865 MHz 1 MHz .9 MHz -35 dBm -105 dBm ±10 MHz 1462.9 .9 . 3GPP .768 MHz -15 dBm -105 dBm  818 MHz .807 MHz 1 .862 MHz -35 dBm -105 dBm ±10 MHz 821 .788 MHz -35 dBm -105 dBm ±10 MHz 798 .1462.12750 MHz XIV 788 .6.845 MHz -35 dBm -105 dBm ±10 MHz 810 .882 MHz 1 MHz – 821 MHz -15 dBm -105 dBm  882 MHz .798 MHz -35 dBm -105 dBm ±10 MHz 768 .9 MHz -15 dBm -105 dBm  1482.12750 MHz XX 832 .1447.12750 MHz NOTE *: The characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal are specified in Annex C.1427.9 MHz -35 dBm -105 dBm ±10 MHz 1427.Release 9 49 3GPP TS 25.777 MHz -35 dBm -105 dBm ±10 MHz 787 .12750 MHz XXI 1447.818 MHz 1 .832 MHz -35 dBm -105 dBm ±10 MHz 862 .0 (2010-12) WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier 757 .

Release 9 50 3GPP TS 25.104 V9.4B: Blocking performance requirement for Local Area / Home BS 3GPP .0 (2010-12) Table 7.6.

1467.1775 MHz 1 MHz .9 MHz 1 MHz .12750 MHz 1710 .1920 MHz 1980 .9 .1784.12750 MHz 880 .804 MHz 869 MHz .679 MHz 729 MHz – 12750 MHz 777 .9 MHz 1467.12750 MHz 810 .9 MHz 1407.860 MHz 1 MHz .2570 MHz 2480 .729 MHz 1 MHz .1690 MHz 1775 MHz .9 .1980 MHz 1900 .1447.12750 MHz 1850 .9 .12750 MHz 699 .9 .9 MHz 1804.9 MHz .1710 MHz 1785 .12750 MHz 824-849 MHz 804-824 MHz 849-869 MHz 1 MHz .716 MHz 679 .830 MHz 840 .1690 MHz 1790 MHz .915 MHz 860 .1770 MHz 1690 .1407.1710 MHz 1755 .9 MHz 1784.12750 MHz 1749.1930 MHz 1 MHz .12750 MHz 1710 .9 MHz 1447.12750 MHz 1710 .1427.2000 MHz 1 MHz -1900 MHz 2000 MHz .9 MHz 1 MHz .1790 MHz 1 MHz .1690 MHz 1805 MHz .810 MHz 860 MHz .1755 MHz 1690 .1850 MHz 1910 .880 MHz 915 .1749.1729.787 MHz Interfering Signal mean power -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -15 dBm -30 dBm 51 Wanted Signal mean power -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm 3GPP TS 25.9 .104 V9.2500 MHz 2570 .0 (2010-12) Minimum Offset of Interfering Signal ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz ±10 MHz  ±10 MHz Type of Interfering Signal WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII 3GPP .1830 MHz 1930 MHz .1804.9 .1785 MHz 1690 .925 MHz 1 MHz -860 MHz 925 MHz .1910 MHz 1830 .1710 MHz 1770 .12750 MHz 2500 .9 MHz .699 MHz 716 .6.1805 MHz 1 MHz .9 MHz 1729.12750 MHz 1427.Release 9 Operating Band I Center Frequency of Interfering Signal 1920 .2590 MHz 1 MHz -2480 MHz 2590 MHz .

9 MHz .768 MHz -15 dBm -101 dBm  818 MHz .1755 MHz .8 MHz ±2.862 MHz -30 dBm -101 dBm ±10 MHz 821 .9 MHz -30 dBm -101 dBm ±10 MHz 1427.915 MHz .9 MHz 1 MHz .7 MHz ±2.787 MHz .47 dBm -115 dBm X 1710 .42 dBm -105 dBm V 824 .7 MHz ±2.716 MHz .757 MHz -15 dBm -101 dBm  807 MHz .7 MHz Type of Interfering Signal GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* Table 7.42 dBm -105 dBm XII 699 .42 dBm -105 dBm III 1710 .47 dBm -115 dBm XII 699 .12750 MHz XIV 788 .7 MHz ±2.0 (2010-12) WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier WCDMA signal * WCDMA signal * CW carrier 757 .004 [5].47 dBm -115 dBm VIII 880 .1910 MHz .7 MHz ±2.810 MHz -15 dBm -101 dBm  865 MHz .7 MHz ±2.716 MHz .7 MHz ±2.915 MHz .1770 MHz .1785 MHz .788 MHz -30 dBm -101 dBm ±10 MHz 798 . Operating Band Center Frequency of Interfering Signal Minimum Offset of Interfering Signal ±2.47 dBm -115 dBm V 824 .12750 MHz XIX 830 .830 MHz -30 dBm -101 dBm ±10 MHz 845 – 865 MHz 1 MHz .42 dBm -105 dBm VIII 880 .42 dBm -105 dBm IV 1710 .47 dBm -115 dBm IV 1710 .47 dBm -115 dBm III 1710 . Table 7.42 dBm -105 dBm X 1710 .777 MHz -30 dBm -101 dBm ±10 MHz 787 .7 MHz Type of Interfering Signal GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* 3GPP .7 MHz ±2.7 MHz ±2.8 MHz ±2.1462.004 [5].1447.47 dBm -115 dBm XIII 777 .1785 MHz .Release 9 52 3GPP TS 25.5A: Blocking performance requirement (narrowband) for Medium Range BS Interfering Wanted Signal Signal mean power mean power II 1850 .7 MHz ±2.7 MHz ±2.1482.42 dBm -105 dBm XIV 788 .7 MHz ±2.1770 MHz .104 V9.6.8 MHz ±2.5: Blocking performance requirement (narrowband) for Wide Area BS Interfering Wanted Signal Signal mean power mean power II 1850 .12750 MHz XX 832 .42 dBm -105 dBm NOTE *: GMSK modulation as defined in TS 45.9 .787 MHz .845 MHz -30 dBm -101 dBm ±10 MHz 810 .9 MHz -15 dBm -101 dBm  1482.42 dBm -105 dBm XIII 777 .818 MHz 1 .12750 MHz XXI 1447.849 MHz .47 dBm -115 dBm XIV 788 .882 MHz 1 MHz – 821 MHz -15 dBm -101 dBm  882 MHz .807 MHz 1 .1755 MHz .9 MHz -30 dBm -101 dBm ±10 MHz 1462.798 MHz .798 MHz -30 dBm -101 dBm ±10 MHz 768 .9 .12750 MHz NOTE *: The characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal are specified in Annex C.849 MHz .9 .1427.1910 MHz . Operating Band Center Frequency of Interfering Signal Minimum Offset of Interfering Signal ±2.47 dBm -115 dBm NOTE *: GMSK modulation as defined in TS 45.7 MHz ±2.798 MHz .8 MHz ±2.832 MHz -30 dBm -101 dBm ±10 MHz 862 .

849 MHz . If BSs of different classes are co-sited.37 dBm -101 dBm XIV 788 .37 dBm -101 dBm III 1710 . 3GPP .6.37 dBm -101 dBm XIII 777 . UTRA FDD and/or E-UTRA FDD This additional blocking requirement may be applied for the protection of FDD BS receivers when GSM900.7 MHz ±2. PCS1900.37 dBm -101 dBm V 824 . For a Wide Area (WA) FDD BS.004 [5].1755 MHz .7 MHz ±2.37 dBm -101 dBm NOTE *: GMSK modulation as defined in TS 45.8 MHz ±2.1910 MHz . the coupling loss should be increased by the value as stated in TR 25.716 MHz .942 [4] chapter 10. GSM850.Release 9 53 3GPP TS 25.787 MHz .104 V9.1785 MHz .7 MHz ±2.5C.37 dBm -101 dBm X 1710 .915 MHz . DCS1800.3 in Table 10. DCS 1800.37 dBm -101 dBm XII 699 .1 and Table 10. UTRA FDD BS and/or E-UTRA FDD are co-located with a UTRA FDD BS.37 dBm -101 dBm IV 1710 .7 MHz ±2.7 MHz ±2.1770 MHz .37 dBm -101 dBm VIII 880 . PCS1900. The requirements in this chapter assume a 30 dB coupling loss between transmitter and receiver.5B: Blocking performance requirement (narrowband) for Local Area / Home BS Interfering Wanted Signal Signal mean power mean power II 1850 . GSM850.Co-location with GSM900.8 MHz ±2.2.7 MHz ±2. the static reference performance as specified in clause 7.798 MHz .0 (2010-12) Table 7.2.5.1 shall be met with a wanted and an interfering signal coupled to BS antenna input using the parameters in Table 7. Operating Band Center Frequency of Interfering Signal Minimum Offset of Interfering Signal ±2.7 MHz Type of Interfering Signal GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* GMSK modulated* 7.2 Minimum Requirement .

2.746 MHz 746 .2170 MHz 1930 .960 MHz 1805 .746 MHz 860 – 875 MHz 875 . 3GPP .9 MHz Interfering Signal mean power +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm +16 dBm Wanted Signal mean power -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm -115 dBm Type of Interfering Signal CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier For a Medium Range (MR) FDD BS.821 MHz 1495. the static reference performance as specified in clause 7.9 – 1495.894 MHz 2110 .2690 MHz 925 .894 MHz 875 .1880 MHz 2110 .960 MHz 1844.1 shall be met with a wanted and an interfering signal coupled to BS antenna input using the parameters in Table 7.1990 MHz 1805 .6.9 MHz 729 .1879.9 .2155 MHz 869 .9 – 1510.2170 MHz 1475.890 MHz 791 .1880 MHz 1930 .885 MHz 2620 .756 MHz 758 .1990 MHz 869 .9 MHz 2110 .5C: Blocking performance requirement for Wide Area BS when co-located with BS in other bands. Co-located BS type Macro GSM900 Macro DCS1800 Macro PCS1900 Macro GSM850 or CDMA850 WA UTRA-FDD Band I or E-UTRA Band 1 WA UTRA-FDD Band II or E-UTRA Band 2 WA UTRA-FDD Band III or E-UTRA Band 3 WA UTRA-FDD Band IV or E-UTRA Band 4 WA UTRA-FDD Band V or E-UTRA Band 5 WA UTRA-FDD Band VI or E-UTRA Band 6 WA UTRA-FDD Band VII or E-UTRA Band 7 WA UTRA-FDD Band VIII or E-UTRA Band 8 WA UTRA-FDD Band IX or E-UTRA Band 9 WA UTRA-FDD Band X or E-UTRA Band 10 WA UTRA-FDD Band XI or E-UTRA Band 11 WA UTRA-FDD Band XII or E-UTRA Band 12 WA UTRA-FDD Band XIII or E-UTRA Band 13 WA UTRA-FDD Band XIV or E-UTRA Band 14 E-UTRA Band 17 E-UTRA Band 18 WA UTRA-FDD Band XIX or E-UTRA Band 19 WA UTRA-FDD Band XX or E-UTRA Band 20 WA UTRA-FDD Band XXI or E-UTRA Band 21 Center Frequency of Interfering Signal 921 .104 V9.0 (2010-12) Table 7.768 MHz 734 .5D.Release 9 54 3GPP TS 25.

9 MHz Interfering Signal mean power -3 dBm +5 dBm +5 dBm -3 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm +8 dBm Wanted Signal mean power -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm -105 dBm Type of Interfering Signal CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier For a Local Area (LA) FDD BS.9 .9 .2155 MHz 869 .9 .894 MHz 2110 . 3GPP .756 MHz 758 .1990 MHz 1805 .746 MHz 746 .9 MHz 2110 .1495.960 MHz 1844.3 Minimum Requirement .1880 MHz 2110 .9 MHz 2110 .9 MHz 729 .768 MHz 875 . the static reference performance as specified in clause 7.1510.1990 MHz 1805 .6.0 (2010-12) Table 7.821 MHz 1495.1495.1990 MHz 869 .894 MHz 2110 .1880 MHz 1930 .1 shall be met with a wanted and an interfering signal coupled to BS antenna input using the parameters in Table 7.Co-location with UTRA-TDD An additional blocking requirement may be applied for the protection of FDD BS receivers when UTRA TDD is colocated with a UTRA FDD BS.2170 MHz 1475.2690 MHz 925 . Co-located BS type Micro GSM900 Micro DCS1800 Micro PCS1900 Micro GSM850 MR UTRA-FDD Band I MR UTRA-FDD Band II MR UTRA-FDD Band III MR UTRA-FDD Band IV MR UTRA-FDD Band V MR UTRA-FDD Band VI MR UTRA-FDD Band VII MR UTRA-FDD Band VIII MR UTRA-FDD Band IX MR UTRA-FDD Band X MR UTRA-FDD Band XI MR UTRA-FDD Band XII MR UTRA-FDD Band XIII MR UTRA-FDD Band XIV MR UTRA-FDD Band XIX MR UTRA-FDD Band XX MR UTRA-FDD Band XXI Center Frequency of Interfering Signal 921 .5D: Blocking performance requirement for Medium Range BS when co-located with BS in other bands.885 MHz 2620 .1510.2155 MHz 869 .5E.894 MHz 875 .2.894 MHz 875 .2170 MHz 1930 .9 MHz Interfering Signal mean power -7 dBm -4 dBm -4 dBm -7dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm -6 dBm Wanted Signal mean power -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm -101 dBm Type of Interfering Signal CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier CW carrier 7.2690 MHz 925 .Release 9 55 3GPP TS 25. Co-located BS type Pico GSM900 Pico DCS1800 Pico PCS1900 Pico GSM850 LA UTRA-FDD Band I LA UTRA-FDD Band II LA UTRA-FDD Band III LA UTRA-FDD Band IV LA UTRA-FDD Band V LA UTRA-FDD Band VI LA UTRA-FDD Band VII LA UTRA-FDD Band VIII LA UTRA-FDD Band IX LA UTRA-FDD Band X LA UTRA-FDD Band XI LA UTRA-FDD Band XII LA UTRA-FDD Band XIII LA UTRA-FDD Band XIV LA UTRA-FDD Band XIX LA UTRA-FDD Band XX LA UTRA-FDD Band XXI Center Frequency of Interfering Signal 921 .9 .104 V9.960 MHz 1805 .1880 MHz 2110 .2170 MHz 1475.885 MHz 2620 .960 MHz 1844.768 MHz 875 .821 MHz 1495.1879.890 MHz 791 . Table 7.9 MHz 729 .1879.5E: Blocking performance requirement for Local Area BS when co-located with BS in other bands.1990 MHz 869 .890 MHz 791 .960 MHz 1805 .9 .1880 MHz 1930 .5.746 MHz 746 .9 .756 MHz 758 .2170 MHz 1930 .

1 Minimum requirement The static reference performance as specified in clause 7.2620 MHz Interfering Signal mean power +16 dBm Wanted Signal mean power -115 dBm Type of Interfering Signal CW carrier For a Local Area (LA) FDD BS. Table 7.Release 9 56 3GPP TS 25.2.48 dBm ±20 MHz WCDMA signal * Note*: The characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal are specified in Annex C.2620 MHz Interfering Signal mean power -4 dBm Wanted Signal mean power -101 dBm Type of Interfering Signal CW carrier 7.6 Intermodulation characteristics Third and higher order mixing of the two interfering RF signals can produce an interfering signal in the band of the desired channel.0 (2010-12) The requirements in this chapter assume a 30 dB coupling loss between transmitter and receiver.1 should be met with a wanted and an interfering signal coupled to BS antenna input using the parameters in Table 7.5F: Blocking performance requirement for Wide Area BS when co-located with UTRA TDD BS in other bands. Table 7.6. the coupling loss should be increased by the value as stated in TR 25. Operating band 3GPP .6. the static reference performance as specified in clause 7.5G: Blocking performance requirement for Local Area BS when co-located with UTRA TDD BS in other bands. the static reference performance as specified in clause 7.6: Intermodulation performance requirement (Wide Area BS) Interfering Signal mean Offset Type of Interfering Signal power All bands .2. Co-located BS type Local Area TDD Center Frequency of Interfering Signal 2585 . there are certain site-engineering solutions that can be used in these cases.2. The current state-of-the-art technology does not allow a single generic solution for co-location with UTRA-TDD on adjacent frequencies for 30dB BS-BS minimum coupling loss. These techniques are addressed in TR 25.104 V9.1 and Table 10.942 [4] chapter 10.1 should be met with a wanted and an interfering signal coupled to BS antenna input using the parameters in Table 7.5F. Co-located BS type Wide Area TDD Center Frequency of Interfering Signal 2585 . Intermodulation response rejection is a measure of the capability of the receiver to receive a wanted signal on its assigned channel frequency in the presence of two or more interfering signals which have a specific frequency relationship to the wanted signal. However.3 in Table 10. If BSs of different classes are co sited. 7.48 dBm ±10 MHz CW signal .5G. For a Wide Area (WA) FDD BS.1 shall be met for a Wide Area BS when the following signals are coupled to BS antenna input: A wanted signal at the assigned channel frequency with a mean power of -115 dBm.942 [4]. Table 7. Two interfering signals with the following parameters.2.

104 V9. IV.9 MHz Type of Interfering Signal CW signal GMSK modulated* 7. VIII. X.6E: Narrowband intermodulation performance requirement (Local Area / Home BS) Interfering Signal mean power II. Operating band Offset ±3. V.5 MHz ±5.44 dBm ±10 MHz CW signal .47 dBm XII. VIII.004 Operating band Offset ±3. XIII.6. Table 7. III. XIII.1 shall be met for a Medium Range BS when the following signals are coupled to BS antenna input: A wanted signal at the assigned channel frequency with a mean power of -105 dBm.9 MHz Type of Interfering Signal CW signal GMSK modulated* The static reference performance as specified in clause 7. .2. XIV -37 dBm Note *: GMSK as defined in TS45.004. Operating band Table 7. Operating band Table 7. 3GPP . Operating band Offset ±3. -37 dBm XII.6A: Narrowband intermodulation performance requirement (Wide Area BS) Interfering Signal mean power II.47 dBm Note *: GMSK as defined in TS45.1 shall be met for a Local Area /Home BS when the following signals are coupled to BS antenna input: A wanted signal at the assigned channel frequency with a mean power of -101 dBm.9 MHz Type of Interfering Signal CW signal GMSK modulated* The static reference performance as specified in clause 7. XIV . V. IV.43 dBm Note*: GMSK as defined in TS45.0 (2010-12) Table 7.004. VIII.43 dBm XII. IV. The requirements apply to all BS with separate RX and TX antenna port.6D: Intermodulation performance requirement (Local Area / Home BS) Interfering Signal mean Offset Type of Interfering Signal power All bands -38 dBm ±10 MHz CW signal -38 dBm ±20 MHz WCDMA signal * Note*: The characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal are specified in Annex C. XIV . Table 7. Two interfering signals with the following parameters. V.7 Spurious emissions The spurious emissions power is the power of emissions generated or amplified in a receiver that appear at the BS receiver antenna connector. X. Two interfering signals with the following parameters. III.6B: Intermodulation performance requirement (Medium Range BS) Interfering Signal mean Offset Type of Interfering Signal power All bands . XIII. The test shall be performed when both TX and RX are on with the TX port terminated.5 MHz ±5. X. III.44 dBm ±20 MHz WCDMA signal * Note*: The characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal are specified in Annex C.Release 9 57 3GPP TS 25.2. .6C: Narrowband intermodulation performance requirement (Medium Range BS) Interfering Signal mean power II.5 MHz ±5.

8: Additional spurious emission requirements for the TDD bands Operating Band I Protected Band 1900 .862 MHz 1447.12.1755 MHz 824 .2570 MHz 880 .798 MHz 832 . 7.5 MHz below the first carrier frequency and 12. the co-existence requirements for co-located base stations specified in subclause 6.5 MHz above the last carrier frequency used by the BS.75 GHz -47 dBm 1 MHz Table 7.2400 MHz Maximum level -78 dBm -52 dBm -84 dBm -84 dBm -52 dBm -84 dBm -84 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 3.7.8.84 MHz 3.3.84 MHz 3.5 MHz above the last carrier frequency used by the BS.84 MHz 3.9 .84 MHz 3.9 MHz 699 . 1 GHz .850 MHz 2500 .84 MHz 3.84 MHz 1MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Note Not applicable in Japan Applicable in Japan Applicable in China VI.6.1770 MHz 1427. XXI VII In addition to the requirements in tables 7. IX.1910 MHz 1710 .8 may be applied to geographic areas in which both UTRA-TDD and UTRAFDD are deployed.1920 MHz 2010 .1462.1784.84 MHz 3.84 MHz 3.1785 MHz 1710 .9 . XIX.84 MHz 3.6.1447. 3GPP .7A and 7.7. XIX VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XX XXI Band 1920 .716 MHz 777 .7.849 MHz 815 .2025 MHz 2570 .6.9 MHz 1710 .84 MHz 3.1 Minimum requirement The power of any spurious emission shall not exceed: Table 7.7A: Additional spurious emission requirements Operating Band I II III IV V VI.84 MHz 3.84 MHz Note In addition.1 GHz Maximum level -57 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 100 kHz Note With the exception of frequencies between 12.2400 MHz 2010 . XI.9 .Release 9 58 3GPP TS 25. With the exception of frequencies between 12.915 MHz 1749.5 MHz below the first carrier frequency and 12.2025 MHz 1880 . the requirement in Table 7.6.0 (2010-12) For all BS with common RX and TX antenna port the transmitter spurious emission as specified in section 6.84 MHz 3.2 may also be applied.1920 MHz 2300 .7: General spurious emission minimum requirement Band 30MHz .84 MHz 3.9 MHz Maximum level -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm -78 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 3.2620 MHz 2300 .2025 MHz 2010 .3 is valid.4 and 6.3.84 MHz 3. Table 7.1980 MHz 1850 .104 V9.84 MHz 3.84 MHz 3. 7.787 MHz 788 .

10-2. only the BS performance requirements without Rx diversity apply. 10-2. For BS without receiver antenna diversity. DPCCH.10-2 BLER<10-2 BLER< 10-1.10-2 BLER< 10-1.Release 9 59 3GPP TS 25.10-2 BLER< 10-1. The Eb/N0 used in this section is defined as: Eb / N o = Where: E c Lchip ⋅ N o Linf E c is the received total energy of DPDCH.2 kbps 64 kbps DCH BLER<10-2 BLER< 10-1. performance requirements apply for a single cell only.10-2 BLER< 10-1. 10-2 BLER< 10-1. N o is the total one-sided noise power spectral density due to all noise sources Lchip is the number of chips per frame Linf is the number of information bits in DTCH excluding CRC bits per frame Table 8. The requirements only apply to those measurement channels that are supported by the base station. Unless stated otherwise.1: Summary of Base Station performance targets Physical channel Measurement channel Static Multi-path Case 1 Multi-path Case 2* Multi-path Case 3* Moving * Birth / Death* Performance metric 12. For FRC8 in Annex 9 and Annex 17 the Non E-DPCCH boosting and E-DPCCH boosting requirement only apply for the option supported by the base station. Performance requirements for a BS supporting DC-HSUPA are defined in terms of single carrier requirements.10-2 BLER<10-2 BLER< 10-1. 10-2.6. the required Eb/N0 shall be applied separately at each antenna port.10-3 BLER< BLER< BLER< BLER< 144 kbps - - 384 kbps * Not applicable for Home BS - - 3GPP .0 (2010-12) 8 Performance requirement 8.10-3 BLER< 10-1.10-3 BLER< 10-1. the required Eb/N0 shall be applied at the BS Rx antenna port. For BS with dual receiver antenna diversity.10-2 BLER<10-2 BLER< 10-1.10-2 BLER< 10-1. The performance requirements for the high speed train conditions which scenarios defined in Annex B. HS-DPCCH.104 V9.4A are optional. only the BS performance requirements with Rx diversity apply. E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH per PN chip per antenna from all paths.1 General Performance requirements for the BS are specified for the measurement channels defined in Annex A and the propagation conditions in Annex B.10-2 BLER< 10-1.

8 dB 15 dB 11.4 dB 5.2 dB 9.8 dB 4 dB 4 dB 4.Release 9 60 3GPP TS 25.2 Demodulation in static propagation conditions 8.9 dB 6.1 dB 11. 8.3 dB 4.2.5 dB 1. 8.9 dB 1. The BLER is calculated for each of the measurement channels supported by the base station.2.3: Performance requirements in multipath Case 1 channel Measurement channel Received Eb/N0 For BS with Rx diversity n.3.6 dB 15.0 dB Received Eb/N0 For BS without Rx diversity n.3.6.1. 11.1 Minimum requirement The BLER shall not exceed the limit for the Eb/N0 specified in Table 8.1 Demodulation of DCH The performance requirement of DCH in static propagation conditions is determined by the maximum Block Error Ratio (BLER) allowed when the receiver input signal is at a specified Eb/N0 limit.8 dB Received Eb/N0 For BS without Rx diversity n.1. Table 8. 8.0 (2010-12) 8. Table 8.9 dB 0.1 dB Required BLER 12.a.3 Demodulation of DCH in multipath fading conditions 8.2 kbps 64 kbps 144 kbps 384 kbps < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 8.2: Performance requirements in AWGN channel Measurement channel Received Eb/N0 For BS with Rx diversity n.2 kbps 64 kbps 144 kbps 384 kbps < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 3GPP .2 dB 5.a.1 dB 1.1 Minimum requirement The BLER shall not exceed the limit for the Eb/N0 specified in Table 8.4 dB 8.8 dB 0.104 V9.1 Multipath fading Case 1 The performance requirement of DCH in multipath fading Case 1 is determined by the maximum Block Error Ratio (BLER) allowed when the receiver input signal is at a specified Eb/N0 limit.8 dB 3.3. The BLER is calculated for each of the measurement channels supported by the base station.7 dB 4.5 dB Required BLER 12.2.8 dB 8. 19.a. 5.a.2 dB 15.9 dB 10.7 dB 0.

The BLER is calculated for each of the measurement channels supported by the base station.3 dB 8.a.2 dB 11. This requirement shall not be applied to Home BS.6.3.0 dB 4. This requirement shall not be applied to Home BS. 9.2. 15 dB 9.104 V9.1 dB Received Eb/N0 For BS without Rx Diversity n.4: Performance requirements in multipath Case 2 channel Measurement channel Received Eb/N0 For BS with Rx Diversity n.7 dB 12. The BLER is calculated for each of the measurement channels supported by the base station.2 Multipath fading Case 2 The performance requirement of DCH in multipath fading Case 2 is determined by the maximum Block Error Ratio (BLER) allowed when the receiver input signal is at a specified Eb/N0 limit. 8.1 dB 6.3 Multipath fading Case 3 The performance requirement of DCH in multipath fading Case 3 is determined by the maximum Block Error Ratio (BLER) allowed when the receiver input signal is at a specified Eb/N0 limit.3 dB 6. 3GPP .5 dB 8.1 Minimum requirement The BLER shall not exceed the limit for the Eb/N0 specified in Table 8.7 dB 5.4 dB 3.0 (2010-12) 8.6 dB 4.4.2 kbps 64 kbps 144 kbps 384 kbps < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 8. Table 8.a.3.Release 9 61 3GPP TS 25.1 dB Required BLER 12.3.2 dB 12.

a. 10.0 (2010-12) 8.4 dB 6.0 dB 3.4 Demodulation of DCH in moving propagation conditions The performance requirement of DCH in moving propagation conditions is determined by the maximum Block Error Ratio (BLER) allowed when the receiver input signal is at a specified Eb/N0 limit.5.2 dB 11. The BLER is calculated for each of the measurement channels supported by the base station.1 dB 2. Table 8.4 Multipath fading Case 4 The performance requirement of DCH in multipath fading Case 4 in case of a Wide Area BS is determined by the maximum Block Error Ratio (BLER) allowed when the receiver input signal is at a specified Eb/N0 limit.a. Table 8.8 dB 3.1 Minimum requirement The BLER shall not exceed the limit for the Eb/N0 specified in Table 8.a.9 dB Required BLER 12.0 dB 6.2 dB 7.5: Performance requirements in multipath Case 3 channel Measurement channel Received Eb/N0 For BS with Rx Diversity n.2 dB 3.5 dB 10.4 dB 3. 13.3.6 dB 7.3.8 dB 4.2 kbps 64 kbps 144 kbps 384 kbps < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-3 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-3 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-3 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-3 8.a.2 dB 8.8 dB 11.1 dB 10.6.2 dB 10.5A.7 dB 7.7 dB 10. 3GPP .6 dB 4.2 dB 6.7 dB 10.4.Release 9 62 3GPP TS 25.5 dB 6 dB 6.8 dB 14.104 V9.8 dB 6.3.2 dB 6.7 dB 11.1 dB 5.5 dB 9 dB 9.1 dB 7.2 kbps 64 kbps 144 kbps 384 kbps < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-3 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-3 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-3 < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-3 8.5A: Performance requirements in multipath Case 4 channel Measurement channel Received Eb/N0 For BS with Rx Diversity n. The BLER is calculated for each of the measurement channels supported by the base station.2 dB 9.7 dB 8.2 dB 6.2 dB 3.5 dB 7.3.1 Minimum requirement The BLER shall not exceed the limit for the Eb/N0 specified in Table 8.6 dB 3.7 dB 7.8 dB 7. 8. 7.9 dB Required BLER 12.2 dB Received Eb/N0 For BS without Rx Diversity n.2 dB Received Eb/N0 For BS without Rx Diversity n. 10.6 dB 6.

7 dB 4.a. 7.7 dB 2. Table 8. The BLER is calculated for the measurement channel supported by the base station.6. 8.5 dB Required BLER 12. 3GPP .4 dB 7.6: Performance requirements in moving channel Measurement channel Received Eb/N0 For BS with Rx Diversity n.2 kbps 64 kbps < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 8.1 Minimum requirement The BLER shall not exceed the limit for the Eb/N0 specified in Table 8.2 kbps 64 kbps < 10-1 < 10-2 < 10-1 < 10-2 8.a.7 dB 5.2 dB Received Eb/N0 For BS without Rx Diversity n.1 General The performance requirement of DCH in high speed train conditions is determined by the maximum BLER allowed when the receiver input signal is at a specified Eb/N0 limit.a.a.5 dB Required BLER 12.Release 9 63 3GPP TS 25.104 V9.5A. 8.7. 5.3 dB 5.5A Demodulation of DCH in high speed train conditions 8.1 Minimum requirement The BLER shall not exceed the limit for the Eb/N0 specified in Table 8.5. 8.1 dB 2.4.8 dB 7.6. 10. The BLER is calculated for each of the measurement channels supported by the base station. This requirement shall not be applied to Home BS.5 Demodulation of DCH in birth/death propagation conditions The performance requirement of DCH in birth/death propagation conditions is determined by the maximum Block Error Ratio (BLER) allowed when the receiver input signal is at a specified Eb/N0 limit. Table 8.1 dB 4. This requirement shall not be applied to Home BS.2 dB Received Eb/N0 For BS without Rx Diversity n.0 (2010-12) This requirement shall not be applied to Home BS.7: Performance requirements in birth/death channel Measurement channel Received Eb/N0 For BS with Rx Diversity n.

shall be 10-3 or less.5A.2.5 dB n. and high speed train conditions. 8.4 dB Ec/N0 for required Pd ≥ 0. The propagation conditions are defined in annexes B.99 -15.2.9. Requirements for these are in sections 8.4 dB BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity 3GPP .7.1 and 8. Requirements are defined for three propagation conditions: static. The performance measure Required Ec/N0 at probability of detection. and B.10: Requirements of Ec/N0 of Pd in case 3 fading Ec/N0 for required Pd ≥ 0.5 dB -9.999 -20.1 dB -16. 8. 8. fading case 3.8 dB 10.2 kbps 12. and high speed train conditions. Pd of 0. respectively.4 dB -6.9: Requirements for Ec/N0 of Pd in static propagation condition Ec/N0 for required Pd ≥ 0.7A.999.6 dB 8. Table 8.0 (2010-12) 8. when the preamble was sent is in table 8.2 kbps Received Eb/N0 For BS with Rx Diversity Received Eb/N0 For BS without Rx Diversity 9.7.999 -13.7.7 Performance requirement for RACH Performance requirement for RACH consists of two parts: preamble detection and message demodulation.99 -20.5 dB -17.2 kbps 12.104 V9.1 dB Required BLER < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 6. and 8. Pfa (=false detection of the preamble) when the preamble was not sent.6 (void) 8.6. B.Release 9 64 3GPP TS 25.99 and 0.10.6 dB Ec/N0 for required Pd ≥ 0.10A shall not be applied to Home BS. The requirement for preamble detection.a.7A: Performance requirements in high speed train conditions Scenario 1 2 3 Measurement channel 12.4A.a.2 Minimum requirement The BLER shall not exceed the limit for the Eb/N0 specified in Table 8. n. case 3 fading. Table 8.10 and Table 8.10A for static.8 dB BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity Table 8.1.1 Performance requirement for RACH preamble detection Probability of false alarm. Only 1 signature is used and it is known by the receiver. The requirements in Table 8.

12: Required Eb/N0 for case 3 fading Transport Block size TB and TTI in frames 168 bits.7.8 dB BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity 8.Release 9 65 3GPP TS 25. TTI = 20 ms Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-1 7.6.1 dB 360 bits.3 dB 12.a. -15.8 dB n.5 dB 12. -14.1 dB Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-2 8.2.9 dB 6.12 and Table 8.10A: Requirements of Ec/N0 of Pd in high speed train conditions Scenario 1 2 3 BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity Ec/N0 for required Pd ≥ 0. TTI = 20 ms Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-1 3.0 (2010-12) Table 8.4 dB 360 bits. The requirements in Table 8.8 dB n.a. -15.1 dB 7.9 dB Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-2 4.3 dB Ec/N0 for required Pd ≥ 0. TTI = 20 ms Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-1 7. Both measurement channels have TTI=20 ms.999 -17.2.2 dB Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-2 5.0 dB Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-2 8.8 dB 7.2 Minimum requirements for Multipath Fading Case 3 Table 8.1 dB BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity 3GPP .1 dB 8. 8.2 Demodulation of RACH message The performance measure is required Eb/N0 for block error rate (BLER) of 10-1 and 10-2.99 -18. Payloads are 168 and 360 bits.2 dB n.1 Minimum requirements for Static Propagation Condition Table 8.9 dB -14.12A shall not be applied to Home BS.0 dB 8.4 dB 11. TTI = 20 ms Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-1 4.a.104 V9.7.11: Required Eb/N0 for static propagation Transport Block size TB and TTI in frames 168 bits. Channel coding is rate ½ convolutional coding.6 dB n.1 dB -15.7.3 dB 11.a. -15.

2 dB Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-2 6.2 dB 9. 8.a.4 dB n.a.1 dB 8.0 (2010-12) 8. 7.a. 8.2 dB n.3 Minimum requirements for high speed train conditions Table 8.1 dB n.7 dB n. TTI = 20 ms Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-1 5. 7.6 dB n. 9. 9.12A: Required Eb/N0 for high speed train conditions Transport Block size TB and TTI in frames Scenario 1 BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity BS with Rx Diversity BS without Rx Diversity 168 bits.3 dB n.4 dB Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-2 6.a.4 dB n. TTI = 20 ms Eb/N0 for required BLER < 10-1 5.a.6 dB 360 bits.3 dB 2 3 3GPP .3 dB n.4 dB 9.Release 9 66 3GPP TS 25.6.7.a. 8.a.104 V9.3 dB 8. 8.2.a.

The propagation conditions are defined in Annex B. respectively.9 dB -13.0 (2010-12) 8. multi-path fading case 1.1 ACK false alarm The probability of ACK false alarm.10. 8.8 (void) Table 8.10 Performance of ACK/NACK detection for HS-DPCCH Performance requirements of HS-DPCCH signaling detection consist of two parts.1 and 8.15: (void) 8.6. The reference measurement channel for HS-DPCCH is defined in Annex A.13: (void) Table 8.16: Performance requirements for ACK false alarm Propagation condition Static Case 1 Case 2* Case 3* * Not applicable for Home BS Received Ec/N0 (Test condition) For BS with Rx Diversity -19. Performance requirements are specified for the reference measurement channel of HS-DPCCH and four propagation conditions: static. Requirements for these are 8. ACK false alarm and ACK misdetection. P(DTX->ACK) (= false ACK detection when DTX is transmitted) shall not exceed the required error ratio for the Ec/N0 specified in Table 8.2.104 V9.1 dB -16.8 dB Required error ratio < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 3GPP .10.14: (void) 8.16. case2 and case3.1 and B.9 (void) Table 8.2.0 dB -17.8.Release 9 67 3GPP TS 25.10. Table 8.

Release 9 68 3GPP TS 25. the minimum requirements are specified in Table 8. E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH E-DPCCH # code words Physical channels to be turned on 3GPP .0 (2010-12) 8.18. Table 8. For a BS supporting DC-HSUPA the requirements for FRC1.1 dB Required error ratio < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 8.6 dB -12.11 Demodulation of E-DPDCH in multipath fading condition The performance requirement of the E-DPDCH in multi path fading condition is determined by the minimum throughput.19. DPCCH. FRC3 and FRC8 shall apply on each cell.18: Test parameters for testing E-DPDCH Parameter RSN HARQ combining Maximum number of HARQ transmission Power control DPCCH slot format Unit Test {0.3 dB -10.6.2 ACK mis-detection The probability of ACK mis-detection. FRC2. Table 8. no optimization based on prior knowledge of valid code words.10. 3} IR 4 OFF FRC8 or BS supporting 1 DC-HSUPA otherwise 0 1024. R.104 V9.7 dB -13.17: Performance requirements for ACK mis-detection Propagation condition Static Case 1 Case 2* Case 3* * Not applicable for Home BS Received Ec/N0 For BS with Rx Diversity -17. P(ACK->NACK or DTX) (= mis-detected when ACK is transmitted) shall not exceed the required error ratio for the Ec/N0 specified in Table 8. 1.17. 2. For the test parameters specified in Table 8.

5 -1.9 4.4 NA NA NA 13. DPCCH.6 5.4 2.0 NA -2.0 -8.2 -1. For the test parameters specified in Table 8.8 -4.5 -2.104 V9.1 -10.1 -5.9 NA 10.9 -4.1 -17.9 1. for R ≥ 30% and R ≥ 70% of maximum information bit rate FRC8 Non E-DPCCH boosting NA 16.7 -5.6 -4.3 -1.4 -7.6.0 -1.6 -2.7 -10.1 -8.6 -2. Table 8.5 4.7 -6.2 -5.6 NA NA NA NA * Not applicable for Home BS 8.5 -7.3 5.22.3 NA -2.4 9.0 -10.Release 9 69 3GPP TS 25.20.1 -0.9 -6.8 3.2 NA -0.5 9. no optimization based on prior knowledge of valid code words.6 -10.6 -10.1 NA NA NA 12.1 NA NA NA 13.2 -1.4 -8.19 Minimum Requirement for E-DPDCH Fixed Reference Channel Propagation conditions FRC1 FRC2 FRC3 FRC4 FRC5 FRC6 FRC7 Reference value.7 1.9 -6.4 5.7 0.7 -14.3 -2.4 5. EC/N0 (dB).3 1.12 Performance of signaling detection for E-DPCCH in multipath fading condition The performance requirement of the E-DPCCH in multi path fading condition is determined by the false alarm rate and the missed detection rate.0 -2.8 -14.1 0.1 -2.4 -18.6 NA -0.3 -13.1 -4.20: Test parameters for testing E-DPCCH Parameter Power control E-DPCCH # code words Physical channels to be turned on for missed detection test Physical channels to be turned on for false alarm test Unit Test Off 1024.0 -13.0 -2.5 NA -1.7 0.2 -15.2 NA 16.0 (2010-12) Table 8.3 -13.4 4.6 -4.0 2.1 -1.2 NA 10.3 -10.3 -10.1 -17.2 3.1 2.5 3.3 -4.1 -0.3 NA NA NA NA E-DPCCH Boosting Pedestrian A without RX diversity Pedestrian A with RX diversity Pedestrian B without RX diversity* Pedestrian B with RX diversity* Vehicular 30 without RX diversity* Vehicular 30 with RX diversity* Vehicular 120 without RX diversity* Vehicular 120 with RX diversity* 30% 70% 30% 70% 30% 70% 30% 70% 30% 70% 30% 70% 30% 70% 30% 70% -2.6 1.7 0.0 -13.9 0.4 NA NA NA 13. E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH DPCCH 3GPP .8 7.1 -18.7 -1.0 0.5 -7. the minimum requirements are specified in Table 8.4 -5.2 -7.7 -7.2 6.3 -1.1 -4.9 -8.9 8.2 1.6 -13.1 3.4 3.1 5.9 1.6 -5.1 -3.2 1.1 NA -3.21 and 8.0 -2.7 -5.1 3.0 8.

3 dB -15.6.0 dB -12.104 V9.6 dB -11.5 dB -4.8 dB -16.22: Performance requirements for E-DPCCH missed detection Received Ec/N0 Propagation conditions Pedestrian A without RX diversity Pedestrian A with RX diversity Pedestrian B without RX diversity* Pedestrian B with RX diversity* Vehicular 30 without RX diversity* Vehicular 30 with RX diversity* Vehicular 120 without RX diversity* Vehicular 120 with RX diversity* * Not applicable for Home BS FRC1 13.7 dB -13.7 dB 1.Release 9 70 3GPP TS 25.1 dB -5.21: Performance requirements for E-DPCCH false alarm Received Ec/N0 Propagation conditions Pedestrian A without RX diversity Pedestrian A with RX diversity Pedestrian B without RX diversity* Pedestrian B with RX diversity* Vehicular 30 without RX diversity* Vehicular 30 with RX diversity* Vehicular 120 without RX diversity* Vehicular 120 with RX diversity* * Not applicable for Home BS FRC1 -1.1 dB -15.1 dB FRC4 -5.4 dB -12.7 dB -18.2 dB -13.3 dB -9.2 dB 1.6 dB -18.1 dB Required missed detection probability < 2*10-3 < 2*10-3 < 2*10-3 < 2*10-3 < 2*10-3 < 2*10-3 < 2*10-3 < 2*10-3 3GPP .3 dB 1.3 dB -19.5 dB -4.6 dB Required detection probability < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 < 10-2 Table 8.2 dB -17.9 dB -10.4 dB -2.7 dB FRC4 7.0 (2010-12) Table 8.8 dB -8.0 dB 3.1 dB -4.6 dB -16.8 dB -2.8 dB -17.2 dB -3.

1 Summary of UL reference measurement channels Table A.104 V9.46 0.4 960/15 4 -18/-17 40 1 Unit kbps kbps % ms bit/slot bit/slot bit/slot dB The parameters for the UL reference measurement channels are specified in Table A.2/2.69 0.5333 -9.6 respectively.6.1: Reference measurement channels for UL DCH Parameter DPDCH Information bit rate Physical channel Spreading factor Repetition rate Interleaving Number of DPDCHs DPCCH Dedicated pilot Power control TFCI Spreading factor Power ratio of DPCCH/DPDCH Amplitude ratio of DPCCH/DPDCH DCH for DTCH / DCH for DCCH 12.4 240/15 16 19/19 40 1 6 2 2 256 -2. Note that for all cases.54 0.3333 -9.1 and the channel coding is detailed in figure A.54 0.0 (2010-12) Annex A (normative): Measurement channels A.Release 9 71 3GPP TS 25.4 480/15 8 8/9 40 1 384/2.7333 -5. 3GPP .3333 144/2.2 through A.4 60/15 64 22/22 20 1 64/2. one DPCCH shall be attached to DPDCH(s).

2: Channel coding for the UL reference measurement channel (12. 80 Header 16 padding LAC header.2 kbps) Table A.Release 9 72 3GPP TS 25.2: UL reference measurement channel (12.6.2 60 Off On 22 Unit kbps kbps % 3GPP .2 kbps are specified in Table A.2 and the channel coding is detailed in Figure A.padding discard CRC detection 10 0 11 2 CRC12 2 60 84 0 84 0 # 42 1 0 # 4 1 90 4 90 # 42 2 0 # 4 2 90 110 490 Tail8 Tail bit discard Viterbi decoding R= 1/3 1st interleaving Radio Fram e segm entation Tail8 30 6 30 6 90 9 90 90 0 11 11 110 11 0 0 0 # 4 1 90 110 # 4 2 90 4 90 60 0 110 490 6 00 110 2nd interleaving 60 0 slot segm entation 60 0 1 1 2 5 40 4 4 0 0 1 1 2 5 1 1 2 5 4 404 0 0 1 1 2 5 1 2 4 40 0 60kbps DPDCH 15 1 2 4 40 4 0 0 15 1 2 Radio fram FN= 3 e 4N+ 1 5 40 1 5 1 2 Radio fram FN= e 4N Radio fram FN= 1 e 4N+ Radio fram FN= 2 e 4N+ Figure A.0 (2010-12) A.2. Uplink DTCH Inform ation data CRC detection Tail bit discard Viterbi decoding R= 1/3 1st interleaving Radio Fram e segm entation Rate m atching DCCH Layer 3 2 44 2 44 CRC16 Max.2 UL reference measurement channel for 12.2 kbps) Parameter Information bit rate DPCH Power control TFCI Repetition Level 12.104 V9.2 kbps The parameters for the UL reference measurement channel for 12.

3: UL reference measurement channel (64kbps) Parameter Information bit rate DPCH Power control TFCI Repetition Level 64 240 Off On 19 Unit kbps kbps % 3GPP .3 UL reference measurement channel for 64 kbps The parameters for the UL reference measurement channel for 64 kbps are specified in Table A. 80 Header 16 padding 2 0 56 25 60 257 6 CRC16 Term ination 12 LAC header.3 and the channel coding is detailed in Figure A.Release 9 73 3GPP TS 25.padding discard CRC detection Tail bit discard Viterbi decoding R= 1/3 1st interleving 1 00 11 2 CRC12 Tail8 Turbo Code R= 1/3 1st interleaving Radio Fram e segm entation Rate m atching 77 0 4 7 0 74 # 1 1 935 # 2 93 1 2 # 1935 2 # 2 93 2 2 2 293 2400 1 1 2 5 • ••• 15 1 2 •••• 1 1 2 5 # 1935 3 # 2 93 3 2 30 6 36 0 90 90 90 90 # 1935 4 # 2 4 293 1 07 1 07 107 1 07 1 07 2 93 2 2400 1 1 2 5 15 160 15 107 2 93 2 2nd interleaving 107 1 07 22 93 240 0 240 0 1 2 160 160 • • • • 1 2 •••• slot segm entation •• •• 1 1 2 5 •••• 1 1 2 5 •• • • • ••• 240 kbps DPDCH Radio fram FN= e 4N Radio fram FN= 1 e 4N+ Radio fram FN= 2 e 4N+ Radio fram FN= 3 e 4N+ Figure A.6.0 (2010-12) A.104 V9. Uplink DTCH Inform ation data CRC detection DCCH Layer 3 Max.3.3: Channel coding for the UL reference measurement channel (64 kbps) Table A.

0 (2010-12) A.6.padding discard CRC detection Tail bit discard Term ination2x12 Viterbi decoding R= 1/3 1st interleaving Max.4 UL reference measurement channel for 144 kbps The parameters for the UL reference measurement channel for 144 kbps are specified in Table A. Uplink DTCH Inform ation data CRC detection DCCH Layer 3 LAC header.Release 9 74 3GPP TS 25.104 V9.4: UL reference measurement channel (144kbps) Parameter Information bit rate DPCH Power control TFCI Repetition Level 144 480 Off On 8 Unit Kbps Kbps % 3GPP .4: Channel coding for the UL reference measurement channel (144 kbps) Table A.4. 80 Header 16 padding 28 0 8 28 80 CRC16 28 80 28 80 CRC16 10 0 11 2 36 0 Tail8 CRC12 5 2 79 Turbo Code R= 1/3 1 0 74 0 1 0 74 0 # 43 0 1 5 # 470 1 2 # 43 2 50 # 470 2 2 98 470 2 48 00 1 1 2 5 •••• 15 1 2 •••• 1 1 2 5 1 1 2 5 # 435 3 0 # 4702 3 1st interleaving Radio Fram e segm entation Rate m atching 36 0 # 9 2 90 # 90# 9 1 0# 3 4 0 # 98# 98# 98# 98 1 2 3 4 # 43 0 4 5 # 470 4 2 4702 2nd interleaving 98 470 2 48 0 0 98 470 2 48 00 98 480 0 1 2 3 0 32 • • • • 2 0 1 2 •••• slot segm entation 1 1 2 5 •• •• •••• 1 1 2 5 •• • • • ••• 15 32 0 15 480 kbps DPDCH Radio fram FN= e 4N Radio fram FN= 1 e 4N+ Radio fram FN= 2 e 4N+ Radio fram FN= 3 e 4N+ Figure A.4 and the channel coding is detailed in Figure A.

5 UL reference measurement channel for 384 kbps The parameters for the UL reference measurement channel for 384 kbps are specified in Table A.6 (void) Figure A.5: UL reference measurement channel (384kbps) Parameter Information bit rate DPCH Power control TFCI Puncturing Level 384 960 Off On 18 Unit Kbps Kbps % A. Uplink DTCH Inform ation data CRC detection DCCH Layer 3 84 33 0 840 33 4 88 0 40 38 0 84 4 83 0 1 360 84 4 5 3 30 0 1 2 54 4 Term ination4 x12 Max.5 and the channel coding is detailed in Figure A.5: Channel coding for the UL reference measurement channel (384 kbps) Table A.104 V9.5.Release 9 75 3GPP TS 25. 80 Header 16 padding LAC header.padding discard CRC detection Tail bit discard Viterbi decoding R= 1/3 1st interleaving CRC16 10 0 11 2 Tail8 CRC12 30 6 Turbo Code R= 1/3 4 6320 4 320 6 # 1 58 1 1 0 # 952 1 5 # 150 2 18 # 9 5 2 52 75 9 5 52 96 00 1 1 2 5 •••• 15 1 2 •••• 1 1 2 5 1 1 2 5 # 1 58 3 1 0 # 9 3 525 1st interleaving Radio Fram e segm entation Rate m atching 360 # 9 2 9 3 9 4 90 1 0# 0# 0# # 75# 75# 75# 75 1 2 3 4 # 1 8 4 15 0 # 9 4 525 9 525 2nd interleaving 75 952 5 96 00 75 9 5 52 96 00 75 9600 1 2 640 640 • • • • 1 2 •••• slot segm entation 1 1 2 5 •• •• •••• 1 1 2 5 •• • • • ••• 15 640 15 960kbps DPDCH Radio fram FN= e 4N Radio fram FN= 1 e 4N+ Radio fram FN= 2 e 4N+ Radio fram FN= 3 e 4N+ Figure A.6: (void) 3GPP .0 (2010-12) A.6.

8.104 V9.2 60 22 2.69 0.6.6: (void) A.7: Reference measurement channels for UL RACH Parameter RACH CRC Channel Coding TTI TB size Rate Matching Number of diversity antennas Preamble detection window size Ratio of preamble power and total message power Power ratio of RACH Control/Data TB = 168 Power ratio of Control/Data TB = 360 16 Rate ½ conv.7333 OFF 1 0 0 Unit kbps kbps % kbps kbps % ms bits/slot bits/slot bits/slot dB The parameters for the UL HS-DPCCH reference measurement channel are specified in Table A.2.69 -3.0 (2010-12) Table A.2kbps reference measurement channel specified in Annex A.Release 9 76 3GPP TS 25.52 Unit bits ms bits The parameters for the UL RACH reference measurement channels are specified in Table A.7 Reference measurement channels for UL RACH Table A.7.8 Reference measurement channel for HS-DPCCH Table A. dB symbol DPDCH/DPCCH are same as 12. chips dB dB dB A.4 15 22 64 20 1 6 2 2 256 -2.8: Reference measurement channel for HS-DPCCH Parameter Information bit rate DTCH Physical channel Repetition rate Information bit rate DPDCH DCCH Physical channel Repetition rate Spreading factor Interleaving Number of DPDCHs Dedicated pilot Power control DPCCH TFCI Spreading factor Power ratio of DPCCH/DPDCH Amplitude ratio of DPCCH/DPDCH Closed loop power control HS-DPCCH repetition HS-DPCCH power offset to DPCCH HS-DPCCH timing offset to DPCCH 12. 360 Repetition 2 256 0 -2. coding 20 168. 3GPP .

Bit Rate TTI Number of HARQ Processes Information Bit Payload (NINF) Binary Channel Bits per TTI (NBIN) (3840 / SF x TTI sum for all channels) Coding Rate (NINF/ NBIN) Physical Channel Codes E-DPDCH testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio Unit kbps ms Processes Bits Bits SF for each physical channel dB dB dB dB Value 1353.104 V9.05 Non-diversity: 6.705 0.10 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 1 (FRC1) Table A.288 0.0 507.94 Non-diversity: 12.0 A.94 Non-diversity: 12.9 Fixed Ref Channel FRC1 FRC2 FRC3 FRC4 FRC5 FRC6 FRC7 FRC8 TTI [ms] 2 2 2 10 10 10 10 2 NINF 2706 5412 8100 5076 9780 19278 690 16218 SF1 SF2 SF3 SF4 4 2 2 4 4 2 16 2 4 2 2 0 4 2 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 4 NBIN 3840 7680 11520 9600 19200 38400 2400 23040 Coding rate 0.10 3GPP .0 (2010-12) A.705 0.705 {4.Release 9 77 3GPP TS 25.0 2 8 2706 3840 0.00 E-DPCCH missed detection testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio dB dB dB dB Information Bit Payload CRC Addition Code Block Segmentation Turbo Encoding (R=1/3) RV Selection Physical Channel Segmentation NINF = 2706 NINF = 2706 2706+24 = 2730 3 x (NINF+24) = 8190 3840 1920 1920 12 24 Figure A.8 69.4} Diversity: 8.10 Parameter Maximum.0 2706.0 8109.02 E-DPDCH /DPCCH power ratio is calculated for a single E-DPDCH.94 Non-diversity: 0.6 978.704 Max inf bit rate [kbps] 1353.9 Summary of E-DPDCH Fixed reference channels Table A.04 Diversity: -1.509 0. Inf.0 4050.529 0.6. Diversity: 8.502 0.703 0.04 Diversity: 2.0 1927.

2} Diversity: 9. Inf. Bit Rate TTI Number of HARQ Processes Information Bit Payload (NINF) Binary Channel Bits per TTI (NBIN) (3840 / SF x TTI sum for all channels) Coding Rate (NINF/ NBIN) Physical Channel Codes E-DPDCH testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio Unit kbps ms Processes Bits Bits SF for each physical channel dB dB dB dB Value 2706.705 {2.6. Information Bit Payload CRC Addition Code Block Segmentation Turbo Encoding (R=1/3) RV Selection Physical Channel Segmentation NINF = 5412 NINF = 5412 (5412+24)/2 = 2718 3 x (NINF+24)/2 = 8154 12 7680 3840 3840 24 (5412+24)/2 = 2718 3 x (NINF+24)/2 = 8154 12 Figure A.00 Diversity: 4.11 3GPP .0 (2010-12) A.92 Non-diversity: 13.0 2 8 5412 7680 0.11 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 2 (FRC2) Table A.02 E-DPDCH /DPCCH power ratio is calculated for a single E-DPDCH.08 Non-diversity: 6.104 V9.11 Parameter Maximum.Release 9 78 3GPP TS 25.

6.0 Non-diversity: 2.12 Parameter Maximum.4.0 2 8 8100 11520 0.94 Diversity: 0.02 Non-diversity: 8.05 E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio is calculated for a single E-DPDCH with SF 4.12 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 3 (FRC3) Table A. Bit Rate TTI Number of HARQ Processes Information Bit Payload (NINF) Binary Channel Bits per TTI (NBIN) (3840 / SF x TTI sum for all channels) Coding Rate (NINF/ NBIN) Physical Channel Codes E-DPDCH testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio Unit kbps ms Processes Bits Bits SF for each physical channel dB dB dB dB Value 4050.2.0 (2010-12) A.703 {2.4} Diversity: 6.Release 9 79 3GPP TS 25. Inf. The power of an E-DPDCH with SF2 is twice that of an EDPDCH with SF4. Information Bit Payload CRC Addition Code Block Segmentation Turbo Encoding (R=1/3) RV Selection Physical Channel Segmentation NINF = 8100 NINF = 8100 (8100+24)/2 = 4062 3 x (NINF+24)/2 = 12186 12 11520 3840 3840 1920 1920 24 (8100+24)/2 = 4062 3 x (NINF+24)/2 = 12186 12 Figure A.12 3GPP .104 V9.

94 Non-diversity: 0.46 Information Bit Payload CRC Addition Code Block Segmentation Turbo Encoding (R=1/3) RV Selection Physical Channel Segmentation NINF = 5076 NINF = 5076 5076+24 = 5100 3 x (NINF+24) = 15300 9600 9600 12 24 Figure A.Release 9 80 3GPP TS 25.13 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 4 (FRC4) Table A.104 V9.0 (2010-12) A.529 {4} Diversity: 8.04 Diversity: -7.6.94 Non-diversity: 12.6 10 4 5076 9600 0.94 Non-diversity: 12. Inf. Bit Rate TTI Number of HARQ Processes Information Bit Payload (NINF) Binary Channel Bits per TTI (NBIN) (3840 / SF x TTI sum for all channels) Coding Rate (NINF/ NBIN) Physical Channel Codes E-DPDCH testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH missed detection testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio Unit kbps ms Processes Bits Bits SF for each physical channel dB dB dB dB dB dB dB dB Value 507.13 Parameter Maximum.0 Diversity: 8.96 Non-diversity: -5.04 Diversity: -1.13 3GPP .

14 3GPP .0 E-DPDCH /DPCCH power ratio is calculated for a single E-DPDCH.94 Non-diversity: 0.94 Non-diversity: 12.14 Parameter Maximum.14 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 5 (FRC5) Table A.0 (2010-12) A. Bit Rate TTI Number of HARQ Processes Information Bit Payload (NINF) Binary Channel Bits per TTI (NBIN) (3840 / SF x TTI sum for all channels) Coding Rate (NINF/ NBIN) Physical Channel Codes E-DPDCH testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio Unit kbps ms Processes Bits Bits SF for each physical channel dB dB dB dB Value 978.104 V9. Inf.4} Diversity: 8.04 Diversity: -1.Release 9 81 3GPP TS 25. Information Bit Payload CRC Addition Code Block Segmentation Turbo Encoding (R=1/3) RV Selection Physical Channel Segmentation NINF = 9780 NINF = 9780 (9780+24)/2 = 4902 3 x (NINF+24)/2 = 14706 12 19200 9600 9600 24 (9780+24)/2 = 4902 3 x (NINF+24)/2 = 14706 12 Figure A.0 10 4 9780 19200 0.509 {4.6.

Bit Rate TTI Number of HARQ Processes Information Bit Payload (NINF) Binary Channel Bits per TTI (NBIN) (3840 / SF x TTI sum for all channels) Coding Rate (NINF/ NBIN) Physical Channel Codes E-DPDCH testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio Unit kbps ms Processes Bits Bits SF for each physical channel dB dB dB dB Value 69.02 Non-diversity: 8. Inf.08 3GPP .00 Diversity: -5. Inf.94 E-DPDCH /DPCCH power ratio is calculated for a single E-DPDCH.0 Non-diversity: 4.92 Non-diversity: 13. Bit Rate TTI Number of HARQ Processes Information Bit Payload (NINF) Binary Channel Bits per TTI (NBIN) (3840 / SF x TTI sum for all channels) Coding Rate (NINF/ NBIN) Physical Channel Codes E-DPDCH testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio Unit kbps ms Processes Bits Bits SF for each physical channel dB dB dB dB Value 1927.502 {2.0 10 4 690 2400 0.0 (2010-12) A.8 10 4 19278 38400 0. Information Bit Payload CRC Addition Code Block Segmentation Turbo Encoding (R=1/3) RV Selection Physical Channel Segmentation 19200 (19278+24)/4 = 4826 3 x 4826=14478 12 NINF = 19278 NINF = 19278 (19278+24)/4 = 4826 3 x 4826=14478 12 24 (19278+24)/4 = 4826 (19278+24)/4 = 4826 3 x 4826=14478 12 3 x 4826=14478 12 38400 19200 Figure A.16 Parameter Maximum.6.Release 9 82 3GPP TS 25.2} Diversity: 9.104 V9.94 Diversity: 0.15 Parameter Maximum.288 {16} Diversity: 6.16 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 7 (FRC7) Table A.46 Non-diversity: -1.15 A.15 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 6 (FRC6) Table A.

09 Non-diversity: 6. Value ΔT2TP E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio 3GPP .704 {2.104 V9.16 A.03 Non-diversity: 14.0 2 8 16218 23040 0.99 Non-diversity: 22.4.Release 9 Information Bit Payload CRC Addition Code Block Segmentation Turbo Encoding (R=1/3) RV Selection Physical Channel Segmentation 83 3GPP TS 25.00 Diversity: 16.2.17 E-DPDCH Fixed reference channel 8 (FRC8) Table A. The power of an E-DPDCH with SF2 is twice that of an EDPDCH with SF4.98 Diversity: -9.46 E-DPCCH Boosting Diversity: 12 Non-diversity: 15 Diversity: 19.09 E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio is calculated for a single E-DPDCH with SF 4.4} Non E-DPCCH boosting Diversity: 4.54 Non-diversity: -5. Bit Rate TTI Number of HARQ Processes Information Bit Payload (NINF) Binary Channel Bits per TTI (NBIN) (3840 / SF x TTI sum for all channels) Coding Rate (NINF/ NBIN) Physical Channel Codes E-DPDCH testing: E-DPDCH/DPCCH power ratio E-DPCCH/DPCCH power ratio Unit kbps ms Processes Bits Bits SF for each physical channel dB dB dB dB dB dB dB dB dB dB 16QAM 8109.0 (2010-12) NINF = 690 NINF = 690 690+24 = 714 3 x (NINF+24) = 2142 2400 2400 12 24 Figure A. Inf.17 Parameter Modulation Maximum.6.

6.104 V9.0 (2010-12) Information Bit Payload CRC Addition Code Block Segmentation Turbo Encoding (R=1/3) RV Selection Physical Channel Segmentation 7680 (16218+24)/4 = 4061 3 x 4061=12183 12 NINF = 16218 NINF = 16218 (16218+24)/4 = 4061 3 x 4061=12183 12 (16218+24)/4 = 4061 3 x 4061=12183 12 (16218+24)/4 = 4061 3 x 4061=12183 12 23040 7680 3840 3840 Figure A.Release 9 84 3GPP TS 25.17 3GPP .

III. The moving propagation condition has two tap.1 km/h Speed for Band XII. XXI 166 km/h Speed for Band XII. VIII. IV. II. II. XX 7 km/h Speed for Band VII 2. XIX.0 (2010-12) Annex B (normative): Propagation conditions B. XIII. fd. All taps have classical Doppler spectrum. B. IV. III.3 km/h Speed for Band XI. XX 280 km/h Speed for Band VII 92 km/h Speed for Band XI. The time difference between the two paths is according Equation (B. VI. III. III. The parameters for the equation are shown in Table B. XIX. XIV 8 km/h Relative Average Delay [ns] Power [dB] 0 0 976 -10 Case 2 Speed for Band I. IX. The taps have equal strengths and equal phases. IX.6.1 km/h Speed for Band XII. and one moving. II. XXI 4. B.Release 9 85 3GPP TS 25. X 120 km/h Speed for Band V. XIV 8 km/h Relative Average Delay [ns] Power [dB] 0 0 976 0 20000 0 Case 3 Speed for Band I. VIII. XIV 320 km/h Relative Average Delay [ns] Power [dB] 0 0 260 -3 521 -6 781 -9 Case 4 Speed for Band I.1). VI. IV. Path0. XIII. XIV 668 km/h Relative Average Delay [ns] Power [dB] 0 0 260 -3 521 -6 781 -9 NOTE 1: Speed above 250km/h is applicable to demodulation performance requirements only.104 V9. X 250 km/h Speed for Band V. VI.3 Moving propagation conditions The dynamic propagation conditions for the test of the base band performance are non-fading channel models with two taps. XXI 4. IX. XIX.1 shows propagation conditions that are used for the performance measurements in multi-path fading environment. defined as: (CLASS) for f ∈ -fd. one static. Path1.1 Static propagation condition The propagation for the static performance measurement is an Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) environment.5 Table B. X 3 km/h Speed for Band V.1: Propagation Conditions for Multi-path Fading Environments Case 1 Speed for Band I. XIII. IV. Table B. XIII. 3GPP . X 3 km/h Speed for Band V. XIX. XXI 345 km/h (Note 1) Speed for Band XII.2 Multi-path fading propagation conditions S ( f ) ∝ 1 /(1 − ( f / f D ) 2 ) 0. XX 7 km/h Speed for Band VII 2. No fading or multi-paths exist for this propagation model. IX.3 km/h Speed for Band XI. XX 583 km/h (Note 1) Speed for Band VII 192 km/h Speed for Band XI. VIII. VIII. II.2. VI.

1) Table B.Release 9 86 3GPP TS 25. The birth-death propagation conditions has two taps.1. 3GPP .104 V9. For BS with receiver diversity. -3.6. 3. The magnitudes and the phases of the tap coefficients of Path 1 and Path 2 shall remain unaltered. 4. -3.2: Parameters for moving propagation Parameter A B ∆ω Value 5µ s 1µ s 40⋅ 10-3 s-1 B. 0 . 3. Two paths. 5] µ s but excludes the point Path2. P 1 P2 P1 P1 P2 P2 P1 P2 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 Figure B. 5] µ s but excludes the point Path1. Path2 vanishes and reappears immediately at a new location randomly selected from the group [-5. 4. 3. and the path switching times shall be synchronized on the two receiver antenna connectors. Path1 and Path2 are randomly selected from the group [-5. 2. 4. -1. The positions the paths appear are randomly selected with an equal probability rate and are shown in Figure B.1: The moving propagation conditions ∆τ = B + A (1 + sin( ∆ω ⋅ t ) ) 2 (B. The sequence in 2) and 3) is repeated.1. After an additional 191 ms. 5] µ s. -4. 2.4 Birth-Death propagation conditions The dynamic propagation conditions for the test of the baseband performance is a non-fading propagation channel with two taps.1. Path1 and Path2 which alternate between 'birth' and 'death'. 4. -2.2.0 (2010-12) P0 P1 ∆ τ t0 t1 Figure B. 2. -1. The paths have equal magnitudes and equal phases. -2. -4. 0 . 2. but the AWGN signals applied to the two receiver antenna connectors shall be uncorrelated. -4. Path1 vanishes and reappears immediately at a new location randomly selected from the group [-5. The magnitudes and the phases of the tap coefficients of Path 1 and Path 2 shall remain unaltered. After 191 ms. 3. the same path positions shall be applied to both receiver antenna connectors. -1.2: Birth death propagation sequence 1. -3. -2. 0 .

and Dmin is BS-Railway track distance. For scenario 1 and 3.0 (2010-12) B.Release 9 87 3GPP TS 25.3-B. v For scenario 2. the Doppler shift variation is the same between anttenas.4A High speed train conditions High speed train conditions are as follows: Scenario 1: Open space Scenario 2: Tunnel with leaky cable Scenario 3: Tunnel for multi-antennas The high speed train conditions for the test of the baseband performance are 2 non fading propagation channels (scenario 1 and 3) and 1 fading propagation channel (scenario 2) with one tap.104 V9.3) cosθ ( t ) = Dmin + ( − 1.5) where D s 2 is the initial distance of the train from BS. t is time in seconds. 0 ≤ t ≤ Ds v (B.2 and B. Doppler shift and cosine angle is given by equation B. The cosine of angle θ(t ) is given by cosθ ( t ) = Ds 2 − vt Dmin 2 + ( Ds 2 − vt ) 2 . Doppler shift is given by: f s ( t ) = f d cos θ ( t ) (B.3 and B.5Ds + vt ) 2 − 1. Rician fading is considered where Rician factor.5Ds + vt 2 .4 are applied for all frequency bands. For BS with Rx diversity defined in scenario 1. Ds v < t ≤ 2 Ds v (B. is the velocity of the train in m/s. K is defined as the ratio between the dominant signal power and the variant of the other weaker signals. where the required input parameters listed in table B.2) where f s ( t ) is the Doppler shift and f d is the maximum Doppler frequency.4) cos θ(t ) = cos θ(t mod ( 2 Ds v ) ) .6. both in meters.2A and the resulting Doppler shift shown in Figure B. 3GPP . t > 2 Ds v (B.5 respectively.

6. f d and Doppler shift trajectories presented on 1500 1000 Doppler Shift (Hz) hift (Hz) 500 Figure B.2A including figures B.0 (2010-12) Table B.2A: Parameters for high speed train conditions Parameter Scenario 1 1000 m 50 m 350 km/h 1340 Hz Value Scenario 2 Infinity 10 dB 300 km/h 1150 Hz Scenario 3 300 m 2m 300 km/h 1150 Hz Ds Dmin v fd K NOTE1: Parameters for HST conditions in table B.4: Doppler shift trajectory for scenario 3 -1000 3GPP .3: Doppler shift trajectory for scenario 1 1500 0 1000 -500 500 Figure B.4 were derived for Band1.3 and B.Release 9 88 3GPP TS 25.104 V9.

VIII. IX. VIII.0 190 -19. XIX.5 Multipath fading propagation conditions for E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH Table B.2 800 -4.104 V9. X IX.8 1200 -8.3: Propagation Conditions for Multipath Fading Environments for E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH Performance Requirements ITU Pedestrian A ITU Pedestrian B ITU vehicular A ITU vehicular A Speed 3km/h Speed 3km/h Speed 30km/h Speed 120km/h (PA3) (PB3) (VA30) (VA120) Speed for Band I. II.0 710 -9. XXI Speed for Band XI.0 NOTE 1: Speed above 120km/h is applicable to demodulation performance requirements only.1 km/h 4. Speed for Band I.0 2300 -7.0 1090 -10.9 2510 -20. III.1 km/h 41 km/h 166 km/h (Note 1) Speed for Band XII. XXI Speed for Band XI. X IX. Table B. X 3 km/h 3 km/h 30 km/h 120 km/h Speed for Band V. For DC-HSUPA requirements. Speed for Band I. XX XIX. XXI 4. VI. XIII. VIII. VI. XX XIX.0 3700 -23.7 200 -0.9 710 -9. the fading of the signals for each cell shall be independent. XIII. II. IV.0 410 -22. Speed for Band V. VI. VI.6. II. XIII.Release 9 89 3GPP TS 25. III.3 km/h 23 km/h 92 km/h Speed for Band XI. VIII. Speed for Band I. XIV Speed for Band XII. X IX. IV. 3GPP .0 (2010-12) B.0 1730 -15.0 310 -1. II.0 1090 -10. III.3 km/h 2. XX 7 km/h 7 km/h 71 km/h 282 km/h (Note 1) Speed for Band VII Speed for Band VII Speed for Band VII Speed for Band VII 2. IV. III.8 1730 -15. Speed for Band XII. XIII. Speed for Band V. XIV XIV 80 km/h XIV 8 km/h 8 km/h 320 km/h Relative Relative Relative Relative Relative Relative Relative Relative Delay Mean Power Delay Mean Power Delay Mean Power Delay Mean Power [ns] [dB] [ns] [dB] [ns] [dB] [ns] [dB] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 110 -9. IV. XX XIX. Speed for Band XII. XXI Speed for Band XI.9 310 -1.3 shows propagation conditions that are used for E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH performance measurements in multipath fading environment. Speed for Band V.0 2510 -20.

1. Table C.: Characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal Channelization Relative Power Code DPDCH 240 kbps 16 4 0 dB DPCCH 15 kbps 256 0 -5.6.213 [6]. Channel Bit Rate Spreading Factor 3GPP . The data content for each channelization code shall be uncorrelated with each other and to the wanted signal and spread and modulated according to clause 4 of TS25.0 (2010-12) Annex C (normative): Characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal The W-CDMA interference signal shall be a DPCH containing the DPCCH and one DPDCH.Release 9 90 3GPP TS 25. Further characteristics of DPDCH and DPCCH are specified in table C.1.104 V9.46 dB NOTE: The DPDCH and DPCCH settings are chosen to simulate a signal with realistic Peak to Average Ratio.

The decision defines a requirement for “Out-of-block BEM baseline requirements for ‘mobile/fixed communications network’ (MFCN) base stations within the spectrum allocated to the broadcasting (DTT) service”. 21 ≤ N ≤ 60 N*8 + 306 MHz.1.e. B. 22 dBm frequencies where broadcasting is not protected NOTE: PEIRP_10MHz (dBm) is defined by the expression PEIRP_10MHz = P10MHz + Gant + 10*log10(Nant ) 3GPP .g. together with the deployment characteristics.104 V9. 21 ≤ N ≤ 60 N*8 + 306 MHz. compliance with the regulatory requirements in Europe referenced above can be assessed based on the manufacturer’s declaration of PEM.N + Gant + 10*log(Nant ). Table D-1: EIRP limits for protection of broadcasting (DTT) service Case Measurement filter centre frequency N*8 + 306 MHz. i.6. where Gant is the antenna gain and Nant is the number of antennas. 21 ≤ N ≤ 60 N*8 + 306 MHz. PEIRP_10MHz (Note) PEIRP_10MHz ≥ 59 dBm 36 ≤ PEIRP_10MHz < 59 dBm PEIRP_10MHz < 36 dBm Maximum Level PEIRP. 21 ≤ N ≤ 60 N*8 + 306 MHz.6. 21 ≤ N ≤ 60 Condition on BS maximum aggregate EIRP / 10 MHz.N = PEM. area related to DTT coverage) and different cases can be applied to different channels in the same geographic area.2.0 (2010-12) Annex D (normative): Regional requirement for protection of DTT The European Communications Committee (ECC) has adopted the “ECC Decision on harmonised conditions for Mobile/Fixed Communications Networks operating in the band 790-862 MHz” [9] applicable for BS operating in band XX. These cases can be applied on a per-channel and/or per-region basis. For each channel (N) the EIRP level is calculated using: PEIRP. where three different cases A. for the same channel different cases can be applied in different geographic areas (e.N. The parameters Gant and Nant are deployment specific parameters related to the deployment of the BS. Maximum output Power in 10 MHz (P10MHz) is also declared by the manufacturer.A. 21 ≤ N ≤ 60 N*8 + 306 MHz. For band XX. The regulatory requirement in [9] limits the EIRP level to the Maximum level in Table D-1 for the protection case(s) defined in the regulation.Release 9 91 3GPP TS 25. 21 ≤ N ≤ 60 N*8 + 306 MHz.N specified in subclause 6.MAX 0 dBm PEIRP_10MHz – 59 dBm -23 dBm Measurement Bandwidth 8 MHz 8 MHz 8 MHz 8 MHz 8 MHz 8 MHz 8 MHz A: for DTT frequencies where broadcasting is protected B: for DTT 10 dBm PEIRP_10MHz ≥ 59 dBm frequencies where broadcasting is PEIRP_10MHz – 49 dBm 36 ≤ PEIRP_10MHz < 59 dBm subject to an intermediate level PEIRP_10MHz < 36 dBm -13 dBm of protection C: for DTT N. and C for protecting broadcasting DTT are defined.

3.1 8.0 8.4.0 RANimpDCHSDPA 8.0 7.0 9.0.0.1.1 8.0 HNB-RF 8.6.0 9.0 8.7.0 RInImp8UMTS700 8.7.104 (Technically endorsed at RAN 4 52bis in R4093625) Testing in case of Rx diversity.2.0 RInImp9UMTS1880TDD 8.0 RInImp8UMTS700 8.1.104 V9.1 8.0 HNB-RF 8.1 HNB-RF 42 42 42 42 43 43 43 43 44 44 44 45 RP-080927 315 RP-080945 318 RP-080945 321 RP-080948 316 RP-080192 322 RP-090192 323 RP-090195 324 RP-090197 325 RP-090553 328 RP-090605 326 RP-090559 327 RP-090827 338 1 1 1 A B F B F F F F F F B A 8.2.0 9.5.4.4.4.0 8.1.5.5.0 9.0 TEI6 8.6.2.0 HNB-RF 8. rel-8) HNB adjacent channel protection requirements Regional requirement on Home Node B applicability 25.0 TEI8 8.0 9.1 8.0 HNB-RF 8.0 8.1 8.6.1.0 RInImp8UMTS1500 8.2.3.0 RInImp9UMTS1880TDD 8.1.1 8.0 RANimpDCHSDPA 8.5.0 Rlnlmp9UMTSLTE800 9.0 (2010-12) Annex E (informative): Change History TSG Doc CR 37 37 RP-070658 0296 38 38 39 39 40 40 41 41 R Title Rel-8 version created based on v7.0.6.0 9.5.104.1.7.0 9.0 9.2.0 HNB-RF 8.4.2.8.0 HNB-RF 8.0 9.3.0 MIMO-RF 8.0.0 8.1 8. XIII and XIV) in TS 25.0 8. Tx diversity and MIMO (Technically endorsed at RAN 4 52bis in R4-093982) Introduction of BS requirements for DB-DC-HSDPA (Technically Endorsed in R4-52.6.5.1.Release 9 92 3GPP TS 25.0 8.4.0 Introduction of UMTS1500 requirements (Rel-8) Base station MIMO correction Spurious emission limits for coexistance with CDMA850 Correction to RX spurious emissions Introduction of UMTS700 requirements (Band XII.6.3.4.0.5.0 TEI7 8.0 8.1.8.5.0 8.104 Correction on emission requirements for protection of public safety operations Correction to SEM references Transmitter characteristics of 3G Home NodeB Receiver characteristics of 3G Home NodeB Editorial correction to Change History Table (previous two entries) [2008-10] Clarification of eNB HST propagation conditions (25.0 HNB-RF 8.0 8.0 8.1.0 8.2.0 TEI7 8. R4-093332) Cat Curr B A A A B F F F F RP-070936 0299 1 RP-070937 0301 RP-080120 0307 RP-080124 0302 1 RP-080326 0309 2 RP-080326 0308 RP-080633 312 RP-080633 313 1 1 New Work Item 8.2.6.4. R4-092697) Introduction of the BS requirements for DC-HSUPA (Technically Endorsed in R4-52.1 8.104 Modification due to DC-HSDPA Change bandwidth reference for ACLR limit for Home BS Clarification on 3G Home NodeB Transmit Power Conformance Testing for Adjacent Channel Protection 25.0 TEI7 RP-46 RP-091286 RP-46 RP-091276 RP-46 RP-091289 RP-46 RP-091288 339 341 342 343 B A B B 9.0.0 UMTSLTE1500 TEI8 RANimpMultiBand_DC_H SDPA RANimpDC_HSUPA 3GPP .104 CR Tx-Rx frequency separation for DCHSDPA Co-existence requirement for the band 1880MHz Correction of local area base station coexistence spurious emission requirements Correction on Home BS Output Power Requirements for Adjacent Channel Protection Introduction of Extended UMTS800 requirements 1 Correction of DPCCH slot format for FRC8 Introduction of Extended UMTS1500 requirements for TS25.

Release 9 93 3GPP TS 25.1.0 9.0 9.0 TEI8 TEI8 TEI9 LTE-RF RANimpDC_MIMO TEI9 Time alignment error definition correction for DC-HSDPA A Clarification of time alignment error requirements Introduction of Band XX in 25.0 4C_HSDPA-Core 9.4.0 9.3.0 9.5.2.3.5.0 9.1.0 9.3.2.4.3.2.0 9.104 9.0 (2010-12) RP-46 RP-091277 RP-46 RP-091277 RP-46 RP-091296 RP-46 RP-091268 RP-46 RP-091290 RP-46 RP-091296 RP-47 RP-100272 RP-47 RP-100263 RP-47 RP-100264 345 347 348 350 351 356 360 361 359 1 1 1 1 1 Corrections on blocking performance requirement for Medium range BS for Band XII to Band XIV Corrections on additional spectrum emission limits for Bands XII.104 Corrections for Extended UMTS1500 requirements Tx-Rx frequency separation for DC-HSUPA Clarification of applicability of requirements for multicarrier BS Correction of blocking performance requirement when co-located with BS in other bands (Band 20) 9.3.4.2.0 F B F B F F F C A A 9.0 TEI9 RInImp99.0 9.2.2.1. XIII.2.2.3.104 V9.0 RInImp9-RFmulti 9.0 9.0 TEI9 9.4.3.0 9.0 TEI8 1 3GPP .0 9.0 UMTSLTE800EU 9.1.0 DC_HSUPA 9.0 9.5.0 UMTSLTE1500 RANimp9.2.1.6.4.0 9.0 RInImp9UMTSLTE800EU RP-47 RP-100267 365 RP-48 RP-100625 371 RP-48 RP-100626 366 RP-48 RP-100631 370 RP-49 RP-100921 374 RP-49 RP-100918 RP-50 RP-101334 373 385 1 1 Co-existence with services in adjacent frequency bands Revision of Time Alignment Error requirement Corrections on Home BS spurious emission limits for coexistence with Home BS operating in other bands Band XII channel arrangement correction on 25.0 9.0 9.0 HNB-RF 9. XIV Correction to the transmitter intermodulation Protection of E-UTRA for UTRA BS Definition and minimum requirement for time alignment error for DC-HSDPA-MIMO A A F A B 9.0 9.0 9.2.0 9.0 9.0 9.1.6.

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