3GPP TS 05.05 Radio transmission and reception

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3rd Generation Partnership Project; Technical Specification Group GSM/EDGE Radio Access Network; Radio transmission and reception (Release 1999)
Release 1999 3 GPP TS0505V8.20.0(2005-11) Contents Foreword B和 References 12 Abbreviations 2 Frequency bands and channel arrangement 788 Reference configuration 4 Transmitter characteristics Output power 10 4.1.1 Mobile station 4.1.2 Base station.… 4.1.2 Additional requirements for PCS 1 900 and MXM 1900 Base stations 4.1.2.2 Additional requirements for GSm 850 and MXM 850 Base stations 4.2 Output RF spectrum.…,… 4.2.1 Spectrum due to the modulation and wide band noise 4.2.2 Spectrum due to switching tr 4.3 Spurious emissions……… 20 4.3.1 Principle of the specification.... 1 4.3.2 Base Transceiver station 4.3.2. G 21 4.3.2.1 Additional requirements for co-existence with 3 G 4.3.3 Mobile station 23 4.3.3 Mobile Station GSM 400 GSM 900 and DCS 1 800 4.3.3.2 Mobile station gsm 850 and PCs1900 24 4.4 Radio frequency tolerance.. 4.5 Output level dynamic operation 24 4.5.1 Base transceiver station 24 4.5.2 Mobile station 4.6 Modulation accuracy.…… 4.6.l GMSK modulation 4.6.2 8-PSK modulation 2222 4.6.2 RMS EVM 4.6.2.2 Origin offset Suppression 26 4.6.2.3 Pcak evm ++“ 4.6.2.4 95 th percentile 4.7 Intermodulation attenuation 27 4.7.1 Base transceiver station 4.7.2 Intra bts intermodulation attenuation 4.7.2.1 GSM 400 GSM 900. DCS 1800 4.7.2.2 MXM850 and mXm1900.… 4.7.2.3 GSM850 and Pcs1900.… 4.7.3 Void 4.7.4 Mobile PBx (gsm 900 only) Receiver characteristics……… 28 Blocking characteristics 28 AM suppression characteristics…… Intermodulation characteristics 5.4 Spurious cmissions 32 6 Transmitter/receiver performance........... 6.1 Nominal Error Rates ( Ner) 32 6.1.1 GMSK modulation 6.1.2 8-PSK modulation 6.2 Reference sensitivity level.....,…… 6.3 Reference interference level .37 3GPP Release 1999 3 GPP TS0505V8.20.0(2005-11) 6.4 Erroneous frame indication performance 6.5 Random access and paging performance at high input levels 6.6 Frequency hopping performance under interference conditions 6.7 Incremental Redundancy Performance for EGPRS MS 39 Annex A (informative): Spectrum characteristics( Annex l3( normative): Transmitted power level versus time..,.,,…,…,…….…,.70 Annex C(normative): Propagation conditions.. 73 C I Simple wideband propagation model C.2 Doppler spectrum types…… 73 C3 Propagation models 73 C.3.1 Typical case for rural area(RAx): (6 tap setting) 74 C.3.2 Typical case for hilly terrain(IITx): (12 tap setting) C.3.3 Typical case for urban area(TUx):(12 tap setting) C.3.4 Profile for equalization test(eQx): (6 tap setting) C.3.5 Typical case for very small cells(Tlx): (2 tap setting) Annex D(normative 76 D 1 General 76 D 2 Environmental requirements for the mss 76 D 2.1 Temperature(GSM 400, GSM 900 and DCs 1 800 .76 D 2.1.1 Environmental Conditions(PCs 1 900 and GSM 850) D.2.2 D 2.3 Vibration(GSM 400, GSM 900 and DCs 1 800) D.2.3.1 Vibration(PCS1900 and GSm850)……… D 3 Environmental requirements for the Bss equipment D.3. 1 Environmental requirements for the bss equipment.. Annex e( normative): Repeater characteristics(GSM400,GSM900 and DCs1800)….………… EI Introduction ∴79 E 2 Spurious emissions 79 E3 Intermodulation products …80 E 4 Out of band gain 1“面面面面 80 E5 Frequency error and modulation accuracy .80 E.5.1 Frequency error .80 E.5.2 Modulation accuracy at GMSK modulation 81 E.5.3 Modulation accuracy at 8-PSK modulation 81 Annex F(normative): Antenna Feeder Loss Compensator Characteristics(GSM 400, GSM900 and Dcs1800).…… 82 F1 Introduction F2 Transmitting path F.2. Maximum output powcr…… .82 F.2.2 83 F 2.3 Burst transmission characteristics 83 F 2.4 Phase error .“面 84 F.2.5 Frequency error 84 F.2.6 roup delay 84 F 2.7 Spurious emissions 84 F 2.8 VSWR 85 F 2.9 Stability 85 3GPP elease 3 GPP TS0505V8.20.0(2005-11) F 3 Receiving path ...... F.3.1 Gain 8: F.3.2 Noise figure.. 85 F.3.3 group delay 85 F.3. 4 Intermodulation performance 85 F.3.5 VSWR 85 F.3.6 Stability 85 F 4 Guidelines(informative) 86 AnnexG(normative): Calculation of Annex h( normative): Requirements on Location Measurement Unit…….….….……,89 . I TOA LMU Requirements.......89 89 H 1.2 LMU characteristics 89 H.1.2.1 Blocking characteristics………………… 89 H.1.2.2 AM suppression characteristics.. 89 H.123 Intermodulation characteristics .90 H.1.2.4 parlous emissions……… .90 H 1, 3 Time-of-Arrival measurement performance 90 H.1.3.1 Sensitivity performance 90 H.1.3.2 Interference Performance 91 H.1.3.3 Multipath performance H.1. 4 Radio Interface Timing measurement Performance H.2 E-OTD LMU Requirements…… H 2.1 LMU Characteristics H.2.1.1 Blocking characteristics. H 2.1.2 AM suppression characteristics... 93 H.2.1.3 Intermodulation characteristics H 2.2 Sensitivity and Interference Performance 93 H.2.2.1 Sensitivity performance H.2.2.2 Interference Performance 94 H.2.2.3 Multipath Performance 95 Annex I( normative):E- OTD Mobile Station Requirements…..……..96 L 1 Introduction .2 Sensitivity and Interference Performance 1. 2. 1 Sensitivity Performance L 2.2 Interference Performance L.2.3 Multipath performance 97 Annex L(informative): Change history... 3GPP elease 3 GPP TS0505V8.20.0(2005-11) Foreword This Technical Specification has been produced by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) The contents of the present document are subject to continuing work within the TSG and may change following formal TSG approval. Should the TSG modify the contents of the present document, it will be re-released by the TSG with an identifying change of release date and an increase in version number as follows Version x.y.z There x the first digit 1 presented to TSG for information 2 presented to TSG for approval 3 or greater indicates TSG approved document under change control y the sccond digit is incremented for all changes of substance, i.c. technical enhancements, corrections updates etc z the third digit is incremented when editorial only changes have been incorporated in the document 3GPP Release 1999 3 GPP TS0505V8.20.0(2005-11) Scope The present document defines the requirements for the transceiver of the pan-European digital cellular telecommunications systemS GSM Requirements are defined for two categories of parameters those that are required to provide compatibility between the radio channels, connected either to separate or with existing systems in the same or adjacent frequency band. So includes parameters providing compatibility those that define the transmission quality of the system This en defines rF characteristics for the Mobile Station(MS)and Base Station System(BSS). The BSS will contain Base Transceiver Stations(BTS), which can be normal BTS, micro-BTS or pico-BTS The precise measurement methods are specified in 3GPP TS 11.10 and 3GPP TS 11.21 Unless otherwise stated, the requirements defined in this en apply to the full range of environmental conditions specified for the equipment(see annex D) In the present document some relaxation's are introduced for GSM 400 MSs, GSM 900 MSs and GSM 850 MSs which pertain to power class 4 or 5(see subclause 4. 1. 1). In the present document these Mobile Stations are referred to as small Ms MSS may operate on more than one of the frequency bands specified in clause 2. These MSs, defined in 3GPP TS 02.06, are referred to as"Multi band MSs"in this eN Multi band MSs shall meet all requirements for each of the bands supported. The relaxation on GSM 400 MSS, GSM 900 MSs and GsM 850 MSs for a"small Ms"are also valid for a multi band ms if it complies with the definition of a small Ms The RF characteristics of repeaters are defined in annex E of this EN. Annexes D and e are the only clauses of this eN applicable to repeaters. Annex e does not apply to the ms or bss This document also includes specification information for mixed mode operation at 850 MHz and 1900 MHz( MXM 850 and MXM 1900). 850 MHz and 1900 MHz mixed-mode is defined as a network that deploys both 30 kHz RF carriers and 200 kHz rF carriers in geographic regions where the Federal Communications Commission(FCC) regulations are applied or adopted The requirements for a Ms in a mixed-mode system, MXM 850 and MXM 1900, correspond to the requirements for GSM 850 MS and PCS 1900 MS respectively 1 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 3GPP TRO1.04: " Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); Abbreviations and acronym 3GPP TS 02.06: Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); Types of mobile (MS 3GPP TS 03. 64: Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service(GPRS); GPRS Radio Interface Stage 2 3GPP Release 1999 3 GPP TS0505V820.0(2005-11) 3GPP TS 03.71: Digital cellular telecommunication system( Phase 2+): Location Services; Functional description - Stage 2' 3GPP TS 05.01: Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); Physical layer on the radio path general description 3GPP TS 05.04: "Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); Modulation 3GPP TS 05.08: Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); Radio subsystem link 3GPP TS 05.10: Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); Radio subsystem synchronization" 3GPP TS 11.10: Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); Mobile Station(Ms) conformity specification 3GPP TS 11.11: Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); Specification of the Subscriber identity Module-Mobile equipment (sIM-me interface ITU-T Recommendation 0. 153: Basic parameters for the measurement of error performance at bit rates below the primary rate ETSI EN 300019-1-3: Equipment Engincering(EE); Environmental conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications cquipment; Part 1-3: Classification of environmental conditions Stationary use at weather protected locations [12 ETSI EN 300019-1-4: Equipment Enginccring(EE); Environmental conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications equipment; Part 1-4: Classification of environmental conditions Stationary use at non-weather protected locations 3GPP TS 04.14: Digital ccllular telecommunications system(Phasc 2+): Individual cquipment type requirements and interworking; Spccial conformance testing functions [14] FCC Title 47 CFR Part 24: Personal Communication Services", Subpart e"Broad band services L15 3GPP TS 03.52: Digital cellular telecommunications system(Phase 2+); GSM Cordless Telephony System(CTS); Lower layers of the CTs radio interface; Stage 2 16 ITU-T Recommendation O 151(1992): Error performance measuring equipment operating at the primary rate and above [17] TIAVEIA-136-C:"TDMA Third Generation Wireless 1.2 Abbreviations Abbreviations used in the present document are listed in 3GPP TR O1.04 Frequency bands and channel arrangement i) GSM 4.50 Band for GSM 450, the system is required to operate in the following band 450.4 MHz to 457.6 MHz: mobile transmit base receive 460.4 MHz to 467.6 Mhz base transmit. mobile receive 11)GSM 480 Band for GSM 480, the system is required to operate in the following band 478. 8 MHZ to 486 MHZ: mobile transmit. base receive 3GPP elease 3 GPP TS0505V8.20.0(2005-11) 488. 8 MHz to 496 Mhz base transmit mobile receive )GSM 850 Band for GSM 850. the system is required to operate in the following band 824 MHZ to 849 MHz mobile transmit base receive 869 MHZ to 894 MHz: base transmit mobile receive iv) Standard or primary gsm 900 Band, P-GSM for Standard GsM 900 band, the system is required to operate in the following frequency band 890 MIlZ to 915 MIlz: mobile transmit, base receive 935 MIlz to 960 MIlz: base transmit. mobile receive v) Extended GSM 900 Band, E-GSM(includes Standard gsM 900 band for Extended GSM 900 band, the system is required to operate in the following frequency band 880 MHz to 915 MHz: mobile transmit base receive 025 MHz to 960 MHz: base transmit mobile receive vi) Railways GSM900 Band, R-GSM(includes Standard and Extended GSM 900 Band) for Railways GSM 900 band, the system is required to operate in the following frequency band 876 MHz to 915 MHz: mobile transmit base receive 921 MHZ to 960 MHz base transmit mobile receive vilDCs 1 800 Band for DCs 1 800, the system is required to operate in the following band 710 MHz to 1 785 MHz: mobile transmit base receive 1 805 Miz to i 880 Mllz base transmit mobile recei vill) PCs 1 900 Band for PCS 1 900, the system is required to operate in the following band 1 850 MHz to 1 910 MHz: mobile transmit, base receive 1 930 MHz to 1 990 Mhz base transmit mobile receive NOTE 1: The term GSM 400 is used for any GSM system, which operates in any 400 MHz band NOTE 2: The term GSM 850 is used for any GSM system which operates in any 850 MHZ band NOTE 3: The term GSM 900 is used for any GSM system, which operates in any 900 MHz band nOTE 4: The Bts may cover a complete band, or the bts capabilities may be restricted to a subset only depending on the operator needs Operators may implement networks that operate on a combination of the frequency bands above to support multi band mobile terminals The carrier spacing is 200 kHz The carrier frequency is designated by the absolute radio frequency channel number(ARFCN). If we call FI(n the frequency value of the carrier ARFCN n in the lower band, and Fu(n)the corresponding frequency valuc in the upper band. we have 3GPP Release 1999 3 GPP TS0505V820.0(2005-11) P-GSM900 F(m)=890+02n 1<n≤124 u(n)=Fn)+45 E-GSM 900 F(m)=890+0.27n 0≤ns124Fu)=Fn)+45 F(n)=890+02*(n-1024) 975≤n≤1023 IR-GSM 900 F(m)=890+02n 0≤n≤124 Fu(n)=Fl(n)+45 F(n)=890+02n-1024) 955<n≤1023 DCS 1800 F)=17102+0.2(n-512) 512≤n≤885 Fu(n)=Fl(n)+95 PCS 1 900 F(n)=18502+2(n-512) 512≤n≤810Fumn)=FI(n)+80 GSM 450 Fm)=4506+020259) 259≤n<293 Fu(n)=Fl(n)+ 10 GSM 480 I(n)=479+0.2*(n-30 306≤n≤340 Fu(n)=F)+10 GSM 850 F(n)=824.2+0.2*(n-128) 128<n≤251 Fu(n)=Fl(n)+45 Frequencies are in MHz A multi-band Ms shall interpret ArFCN numbers 5 12 to 810 as cither DCs 1800 or PCs 1900 frequencies according to the parameter BAND INDICAtOR when received in other than the dcs 1 800 or PCs 1900 bands. If received in the DCS 1800 or PCS 1900 bands, those ARFCN numbers shall be interpreted as frequencics in the same band. The BAND INDICATOR is broadcast on BCCH, PBCCH and SACCH. The most recently received valuc shall be applicd by the mobile station. If the parameter is not broadcast, the default value is DCs 1800 frequencics 3 Reference configuration The reference configuration for the radio subsystem is described in 3GPP TS 05.01 The micro-BTS is different from a normal BTs in two ways. Firstly, the range requirements are much reduced whilst the close proximity requirements are more stringent. Secondly, the micro-BTS is required to be small and cheap to allow external street deployment in large numbers Because of these diffcrences the micro-btS necds a different sct of Rf paramcters to be specified. Where the rf parameters arc not diffcrent for the micro - BTS the normal bts paramcters shall apply The pico-BTS is an extension of the micro-BTS concept to the indoor environments. The very low delay spread, low speed, and small cell sizes give rise to a need for a different set of rF parameters to be specified 4 Transmitter characteristics Throughout this clause unless otherwise stated requirements are given in terms of power levels at the antenna connector of the equipment For equipment with integral antenna only, a reference antenna with 0 dBi gain shall be assumed For gmsK modulation, the term output power refers to the measure of the power when averaged over the useful part of the burst(see annex B) For 8-PSK modulation, the term output power refers to a measure that, with sufficient accuracy, is equivalent to the long term average of the power when taken over the useful part of the burst for random data The term peak hold refers to a measurement where the maximum is taken over a sufficient time that the level would not significantly increase if the holding time were longer 4.1 Output power 4.1.1 Mobile station The MS maximum output power and lowest power control level shall be, according to its class, as defined in the following tables(see also 3GPP TS 02.06) 3GPP

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