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E [N] Estimation of Measurement UncertaintyE.1 Mismatch uncertainty between measurement receiver and the probe antennaE.2 FFSE.3 Insertion loss of the probe antenna cableE.4 Insertion loss of the probe antenna attenuator (if used)E.5 Insertion loss of the RF relays (if used)E.6 Influence of the antenna cableE.7 Absolute gain of the probe antennaE.8 Measurement Receiver: uncertainty of absolute levelE.9 Measurement distanceE.10 Quality of quiet zoneE.11 Tx-power drift of DUTE.12 Uncertainty related to the use of phantomE.13 Coarse sampling gridE.14 Random uncertaintyE.15 Uncertainty of network analyzerE.16 Uncertainty of the gain/efficiency of the calibration antennaE.17 Base station simulator: uncertainty of the absolute levelE.18 BER measurement: output level step resolutionE.19 Statistical uncertainty of the BER measurementE.20 BER normalization uncertaintyE.21 DUT sensitivity driftE.22 Cable loss measurement uncertaintyE.23 Signal generator: uncertainty of the absolute output levelE.24 Signal generator: output level stabilityE.25 Insertion loss: Calibration antenna feed cableE.26 Insertion loss: Calibration antenna attenuator (if used)E.27 Examples of uncertainty budget calculations for TRP(Informative)E.28 Examples of uncertainty budget calculations for TRS(Informative)E.29 Examples of uncertainty budget calculations for TRP, reverberation chamber method (Informative)E.30 Examples of uncertainty budget calculations for TRS, reverberation chamber method (Informative)
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E (Normative)  Estimation of Measurement UncertaintyPDF-p. 111Up
E.1  Mismatch uncertainty between measurement receiver and the probe antennaPDF-p. 117
E.2  FFS
E.3  Insertion loss of the probe antenna cable
E.4  Insertion loss of the probe antenna attenuator (if used)PDF-p. 118
E.5  Insertion loss of the RF relays (if used)
E.6  Influence of the antenna cable
E.7  Absolute gain of the probe antenna
E.8  Measurement Receiver: uncertainty of absolute levelUp
E.9  Measurement distance
E.10  Quality of quiet zone
E.11  Tx-power drift of DUTPDF-p. 120
E.12  Uncertainty related to the use of phantom
E.13  Coarse sampling grid
E.14  Random uncertaintyPDF-p. 122
E.15  Uncertainty of network analyzer
E.16  Uncertainty of the gain/efficiency of the calibration antenna
E.17  Base station simulator: uncertainty of the absolute levelPDF-p. 123
E.18  BER measurement: output level step resolution
E.19  Statistical uncertainty of the BER measurement
E.20  BER normalization uncertainty
E.21  DUT sensitivity drift
E.22  Cable loss measurement uncertainty
E.23  Signal generator: uncertainty of the absolute output levelPDF-p. 125
E.24  Signal generator: output level stability
E.25  Insertion loss: Calibration antenna feed cable
E.26  Insertion loss: Calibration antenna attenuator (if used)
E.27  Examples of uncertainty budget calculations for TRP(Informative)
E.28  Examples of uncertainty budget calculations for TRS(Informative)PDF-p. 131
E.29  Examples of uncertainty budget calculations for TRP, reverberation chamber method (Informative)PDF-p. 136
E.30  Examples of uncertainty budget calculations for TRS, reverberation chamber method (Informative)PDF-p. 140

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