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TR 05.50 (GERAN1)
Background for RF Requirements

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(P) GSM Rel-99 v8.2.0    2000/04    285 p.
(P) GSM Rel-98 v7.4.0    2000/04    225 p.
(P) GSM Rel-97 v6.1.0    2000/02    154 p.
(P) GSM Rel-96 v5.1.1    1997/10    107 p.
(W-zip) GSM Phase-2 v4.2.0    1996/02    90 p.

Rapporteur:  ANDERSEN, Niels Peter Skov
Descendant(s):  TR 45.050    

This TR gives background information on how the RF requirements of GSM 400, GSM 900 and DCS 1800 systems have been derived.


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1 Scope    2 Information available    3 DCS 1800 system scenarios    4 GSM 900 small cell system scenarios    5 GSM 900 and DCS 1800 microcell system scenarios    6 Conversion factors    7 Repeaters    8 Error Patterns for Speech Coder Developments    9 Simulations of Performance    10 GSM 900 railway system scenarios    11 Simulation results for GPRS receiver performance    12 Pico BTS RF scenarios    13 CTS system scenarios    14 GSM 400 system scenarios    15 MXM system scenarios    16 LCS scenarios    17 8-PSK Scenarios    A DCS 1800 System scenarios    B GSM 900 Small Cell System scenarios    C Microcell System Scenarios    D Conversion factors    E Repeater Scenarios    F Error Patterns for Speech Coder Development    G Simulation of Performance    H GSM 900 Railway System Scenarios    J GSM 900 Railway System Scenarios    K Block Erasure Rate Performance for GPRS    L Proposal on how to report GPRS performance into GSM 05.05    M GPRS simulation results in TU 3 and TU 50 no FH    N C/Ic and Eb/No Radio Performance for the GPRS Coding Schemes    P Block Error Rate and USF Error Rate for GPRS    Q Block Error Rate and USF Error Rate for GPRS, 1800 MHz    R Pico BTS RF Scenarios    S CTS system scenarios    T GSM 400 system scenarios    U 850 MHz and 1900 MHz Mixed-Mode Scenarios    V LCS scenarios    VA Evaluation of Positioning Measurement Systems    W Update of GPRS background information    X 8-PSK Scenarios    Y Change control history   


1   Scope   PDF-p. 17
2   Information available
3   DCS 1800 system scenarios
4   GSM 900 small cell system scenarios   PDF-p. 18
5   GSM 900 and DCS 1800 microcell system scenarios
6   Conversion factors   PDF-p. 19
7   Repeaters   PDF-p. 20
8   Error Patterns for Speech Coder Developments
9   Simulations of Performance
10   GSM 900 railway system scenarios   PDF-p. 21
11   Simulation results for GPRS receiver performance      Up
12   Pico BTS RF scenarios
13   CTS system scenarios
14   GSM 400 system scenarios
15   MXM system scenarios   PDF-p. 22
16   LCS scenarios
17   8-PSK Scenarios
A   DCS 1800 System scenarios   PDF-p. 23
B   GSM 900 Small Cell System scenarios   PDF-p. 44
C   Microcell System Scenarios   PDF-p. 51
D   Conversion factors   PDF-p. 64
E   Repeater Scenarios   PDF-p. 68
F   Error Patterns for Speech Coder Development   PDF-p. 84      Up
G   Simulation of Performance   PDF-p. 88
H   GSM 900 Railway System Scenarios   PDF-p. 103      Up
J   GSM 900 Railway System Scenarios   PDF-p. 115
J.1   Introduction
J.2   Basic considerations
J.3   Discussion of the individual sections in 05.05   PDF-p. 116
K   Block Erasure Rate Performance for GPRS   PDF-p. 126
L   Proposal on how to report GPRS performance into GSM 05.05   PDF-p. 128
M   GPRS simulation results in TU 3 and TU 50 no FH   PDF-p. 134
N   C/Ic and Eb/No Radio Performance for the GPRS Coding Schemes   PDF-p. 139
P   Block Error Rate and USF Error Rate for GPRS   PDF-p. 144
Q   Block Error Rate and USF Error Rate for GPRS, 1800 MHz   PDF-p. 155      Up
R   Pico BTS RF Scenarios   PDF-p. 161
R.1   Introduction
R.2   Fixed parameters
R.3   Maximum BTS Output Power   PDF-p. 162
R.4   BTS Receiver Sensitivity   PDF-p. 163
R.5   BTS Power Control Range
R.6   BTS Spectrum due to modulation and wideband noise   PDF-p. 165      Up
R.7   Spurious Emissions
R.8   Radio Frequency Tolerance   PDF-p. 166
R.9   Blocking Characteristics
R.10   pico- BTS AM suppression characteristics   PDF-p. 167
R.11   intermodulation
R.12   Pico BTS TI1.5 performance requirements   PDF-p. 171
R.13   timing and synchronisation   PDF-p. 172
S   CTS system scenarios   PDF-p. 174
S.1   Introduction
S.2   Transmitter characteristics
S.3   Receiver characteristics   PDF-p. 186      Up
S.4   CTS-FP TI5 performance requirements   PDF-p. 193
S.5   Conclusion   PDF-p. 195
T   GSM 400 system scenarios   PDF-p. 196
T.0   Introduction
T.1   Frequency bands and channel arrangement
T.2   System Scenario Calculations for GSM 400 systems   PDF-p. 197
T.3   Worst Case Scenario Requirements   PDF-p. 200
T.4   Transmitter characteristics
T.5   Receiver characteristics
T.6   Receiver performance
U   850 MHz and 1900 MHz Mixed-Mode Scenarios   PDF-p. 211      Up
V   LCS scenarios   PDF-p. 218
V.1   Introduction
V.2   TOA Type A LMU in a Co-Located Deployment
V.3   Discussion of TOA LMU RF Specification   PDF-p. 220
V.4   Simulation results for TOA?LMU performance   PDF-p. 222      Up
V.5   Discussion of RIT measurement performance of TOA LMU   PDF-p. 231
V.6   Simulations Results for E-OTD LMUs and E-OTD Capable MSs      Up
V.7   BTS Frequency Source Stability, E-OTD reporting periods and E-OTD Location Accuracy   PDF-p. 239
VA   Evaluation of Positioning Measurement Systems   PDF-p. 241
W   Update of GPRS background information   PDF-p. 259
X   8-PSK Scenarios   PDF-p. 265
X.1   Assumptions
X.2   Closest Approach
X.3   Analysis of Specifications
X.4   C/I Limited Coordinated MS and BTS   PDF-p. 276
X.5   BTS Inter and Intra Modulation
Y   Change control history   PDF-p. 284

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