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TS 22.261 (SA1)
Service Requirements for
Next Generation New Services and Markets

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Rapporteur:  Dr. Li, Alice

The need to support different kinds of UEs (e.g., for the Internet of Things (IoT)), services, and technologies is driving the technology revolution to a high-performance and highly efficient 3GPP system. The drivers include IoT, Virtual Reality (VR), industrial control, ubiquitous on-demand coverage, as well as the opportunity to meet customized market needs. These drivers require enhancements to the devices, services, and technologies well established by 3GPP. The key objective with the 5G system is to be able to support new deployment scenarios to address diverse market segments.
This document compiles requirements that define a 5G system.
The 5G system is characterised, for example, by:
  • Support for multiple access technologies
  • Scalable and customizable network
  • Advanced Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) (e.g., availability, latency, reliability, user experienced data rates, area traffic capacity)
  • Flexibility and programmability (e.g., network slicing, diverse mobility management, Network Function Virtualization)
  • Resource efficiency (both user plane and control plane)
  • Seamless mobility in densely populated and heterogeneous environment
  • Support for real time and non-real time multimedia services and applications with advanced Quality of Experience (QoE).

full Table of Contents for  TS 22.261  Word version:   17.0.1

 

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1  Scope Word-p. 8
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 9
4  OverviewWord-p. 12
5  High-level requirementsWord-p. 13
6  Basic capabilities
6.1  Network slicing
6.2  Diverse mobility managementWord-p. 16
6.3  Multiple access technologies
6.4  Resource efficiency
6.5  Efficient user planeUp
6.6  Efficient content deliveryWord-p. 21
6.7  Priority, QoS, and policy control
6.8  Dynamic policy control
6.9  Connectivity models [R16]Word-p. 24
6.10  Network capability exposureWord-p. 26
6.11  Context aware networkWord-p. 27
6.12  Self backhaul [R16]
6.13  Flexible broadcast/multicast service [R16]Word-p. 29
6.14  Subscription aspectsUp
6.15  Energy efficiency
6.16  Markets requiring minimal service levelsWord-p. 31
6.17  Extreme long range coverage in low density areas
6.18  Multi-network connectivity and service delivery across operators [R16]Word-p. 32
6.19  3GPP access network selection
6.20  eV2X aspects
6.21  NG-RAN Sharing
6.22  Unified access control [R16]Word-p. 34
6.23  QoS Monitoring [R16]Word-p. 36
6.24  Ethernet transport services [R16]Word-p. 38
6.25  Non-public networks [R16]
6.26  5G LAN-type service [R16]
6.27  Positioning services [R16]Up
6.29  Messaging aspects [R16]Word-p. 43
6.30  Steering of roaming [R17]
6.31  Minimization of Service Interruption [R17]
7  Performance requirements
8  SecurityWord-p. 58
9  Charging aspectsUp
A  Latency needs to support example use cases from vertical industriesWord-p. 63
B  Positioning accuracy needs to support example use cases from vertical industriesWord-p. 64
C  Relation of communication service availability and reliabilityWord-p. 65
D  Critical-communication use casesWord-p. 68
E  Higher-accuracy positioning use casesWord-p. 76
F  QoS Monitoring [R16]
G  Asset Tracking use cases [R17]
H  Change historyWord-p. 79

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