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TR 25.816 (RAN)
UMTS 900 MHz Work Item technical report

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(W-zip) V8.0.0    2009/09    105 p.
(W-zip) V7.0.0    2005/12    94 p.


Rapporteur:  Dr. Li, Yannick
See also:  –


This document is the technical report of the UMTS 900 MHz WI which was approved in TSG RAN meeting #26.

The purpose of this TR is to summarize the study of radio frequency (RF) requirements for UTRA-FDD operating in the 900 MHz Band defined as follows :
  • 880 – 915 MHz: Up-link (UE transmit, Node B receive)
  • 925 – 960 MHz: Down-link (Node B transmit, UE receive).


 

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1   Scope   Word-p. 7
2   References
3   Definitions, symbols and abbreviations   Word-p. 8
4   Study of the RF requirements   Word-p. 9
4.1   Reusability of existing UMTS 850 and UMTS 1800 MHz simulation results and RF requirements
4.2   Additional deployment scenarios and simulation results
4.2.1   Scenario_1: UMTS(macro)-GSM(macro) in Urban area with cell range of 500 m in uncoordinated operation   Word-p. 10
4.2.2   Scenario_2: UMTS(macro)-GSM(macro) in Rural area with cell range of 5000 m in uncoordinated operation
4.2.3   Scenario_3: UMTS(macro)-GSM(macro) in Rural area with cell range of 5000 m in coordinated operation
4.2.4   Scenario_4: UMTS(macro)-UMTS(macro) in Rural area with cell range of 5000 m in uncoordinated operation
4.2.5   Scenario_5: UMTS(macro)-GSM(micro) in Urban area in uncoordinated operation   Word-p. 41
4.2.6   Scenario_6: UMTS(macro)-GSM(pico) in Urban area in uncoordinated operation   Word-p. 53
4.2.7   Compatibility between GSM MCBTS and UMTS 900 systems   Word-p. 62
4.3   Channel Raster
4.4   Specific Node B requirements for UMTS900   Word-p. 70
4.5   UE Rx sensitivity and possible impact on network coverage & capacity   Word-p. 82
4.6   Specific UE requirements for UMTS900
5   Required changes to the Specifications   Word-p. 97
6   Conclusion   Word-p. 101
A   Intermodulation characteristics   Word-p. 102
B   Change history   Word-p. 105

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