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6  Performance requirementsWord‑p. 11

6.1  Introduction

This section presents tables of performance requirements, where each line of the tables is considered as individual requirements.

6.2  General performance requirements

6.2.1  Video and audio production applications

Profile # of active UEs UE Speed Service Area E2E latency (Note 1) Transfer interval (Note 1) Packet error rate (Note 2, Note 3) Data rate UL Data rate DL
Music Festival20010 km/h500 m x 500 m750 μs250 μs10-6500 kbit/s
10010 km/h500 m x 500 m750 μs250 μs10-61 Mbit/s
Musical3050 km/h50 m x 50 m750 μs250 μs10-6500 kbit/s
2050 km/h50 m x 50 m750 μs250 μs10-61 Mbit/s
1050 m x 50 m750 μs250 μs10-6500 kbit/s
Semi-professional105 km/h5 m x 5 m750 μs250 μs10-6100 kbit/s
105 km/h5 m x 5 m750 μs250 μs10-6200 kbit/s
25 m x 5 m750 μs250 μs10-6100 kbit/s
AV production205 km/h30 m x 30 m750 μs250 μs10-61.5 Mbit/s
105 km/h30 m x 30 m750 μs250 μs10-63 Mbit/s
Audio Studio3010 m x 10 m750 μs250 μs10-65 Mbit/s
105 km/h10 m x 10 m750 μs250 μs10-61 Mbit/s
NOTE 1:
Transfer interval refers to periodicity of the packet transfers. It has to be constant during the whole operation. The value given in the table is a typical one, however other transfer intervals are possible as long as the end-to-end latency is ≤ (1ms - Transfer interval).
NOTE 2:
Packet error rate is related to a packet size of (transfer interval × data rate). Packets that do not conform with the end-to-end latency are also accounted as error.
NOTE 3:
The given requirement for a packet error rate assumes a uniform error distribution. The requirement for packet error rate is stricter if packet errors occur in bursts.
 
Profile # of active UEs UE Speed Service Area E2E latency (Note 1) Transfer interval (Note 1) Packet error rate (Note 2, Note 3) Data rate UL Data rate DL
Ad hoc205 km/h300 m x 300 m4 ms1 ms10-5200 kbit/s
8stationary300 m x 300 m4 ms1 ms10-5200 kbit/s
Campus1,0005 km/h2 km x 2 km4 ms1 ms10-5200 kbit/s
Conference105 km/h100 m x 100 m4 ms1 ms10-51.5 Mbit/s
4stationary100 m x 100 m4 ms1 ms10-51.5 Mbit/s
Lecture room45 km/h10 m x 10 m4 ms1 ms10-550 kbit/s
2stationary10 m x 10 m4 ms1 ms10-550 kbit/s
NOTE 1:
Transfer interval refers to periodicity of the packet transfers. It has to be constant during the whole operation. The value given in the table is a typical one, however other transfer intervals are possible as long as the end-to-end latency is ≤ (5 ms - Transfer interval).
NOTE 2:
Packet error rate is related to a packet size of (Transfer interval × data rate). Packets that do not conform with the end-to-end latency are also accounted as error.
NOTE 3:
The given requirement for a packet error rate assumes a uniform error distribution. The requirement for packet error rate is stricter if packet errors occur in bursts.
 
Profile # of active UEs UE Speed Service Area E2E latency Packet error rate (Note 1) Data rate UL Data rate DL
Uncompressed UHD video10 km/h1 km²400 ms10-10 UL
10-7 DL
12 Gbit/s20 Mbit/s
Uncompressed HD video10 km/h1 km²400 ms10-9 UL
10-7 DL
3.2 Gbit/s20 Mbit/s
Mezzanine compression UHD video50 km/h1,000 m²1 s10-9 UL
10-7 DL
3 Gbit/s20 Mbit/s
Mezzanine compression HD video50 km/h1,000 m²1 s10-9 UL
10-7 DL
1 Gbit/s20 Mbit/s
Tier one events UHD50 km/h1,000 m²1 s10-9 UL
10-7 DL
500 Mbit/s20 Mbit/s
Tier one events HD50 km/h1,000 m²1 s10-8 UL
10-7 DL
200 Mbit/s20 Mbit/s
Tier two events UHD57 km/h1,000 m²1 s10-8 UL
10-7 DL
100 Mbit/s20 Mbit/s
Tier two events HD57 km/h1,000 m²1 s10-8 UL
10-7 DL
80 Mbit/s20 Mbit/s
Tier three events UHD
(Note 2)
5200 km/h1,000 m²1 s10-7 UL
10-7 DL
20 Mbit/s10 Mbit/s
Tier three events HD
(Note 2)
5200 km/h1,000 m²1 s10-7 UL
10-7 DL
10 Mbit/s10 Mbit/s
Remote OB57 km/h1,000 m²6 ms10-8 UL
10-7 DL
200 Mbit/s20 Mbit/s
NOTE 1:
Packets that do not conform with the end-to-end latency are also accounted as error. The packet error rate requirement is calculated considering 1500 B packets, and 1 packet error per hour is 10-5/(3*x) , where x is the data rate in Mbps.
NOTE 2:
Could use either professional equipment or mobile phone equipped with dedicated newsgathering app
 
Profile # of active UEs UE Speed Service Area E2E latency Packet error rate (Note 1) Data rate UL Data rate DL
NPN ground to air UHD up Link10500 km/h700 km² x 6,000 m
(Note 2)
40 ms10-8 UL 10-7 DL100 Mbit/s20 Mbit/s
NPN ground to air HD up link10500 km/h700 km² x 6,000 m
(Note 2)
40 ms10-8 UL
10-7 DL
80 Mbit/s20 Mbit/s
NPN air to ground UHD down Link2500 km/h700 km² x 6,000 m
(Note 2)
40 ms10-7 UL
10-8 DL
20 Mbit/s100 Mbit/s
NPN air to ground HD down link2500 km/h700 km² x 6,000 m
(Note 2)
40 ms10-7 UL
10-8 DL
20 Mbit/s80 Mbit/s
NPN radio Camera UHD10200 km/h1 km²3 ms10-8 UL
10-7 DL
100 Mbit/s20 Mbit/s
NPN radio camera HD10200 km/h1 km²3 ms10-8 UL
10-7 DL
80 Mbit/s20 Mbit/s
NOTE 1:
Packets that do not conform with the end-to-end latency are also accounted as error. The packet error rate requirement is calculated considering 1500 B packets, and 1 packet error per hour is 10-5/(3*x), where x is the data rate in Mbps.
NOTE 2:
6,000 m = height but in a cone formation (i.e. ground coverage with a circle of diameter 30 KM)
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6.2.2  Medical applicationsWord‑p. 14

Profile Characteristic parameter Influence quantity
Communi­cation service availa­bility: target value in % Communi­cation service reliabi­lity: Mean Time Between Failure End-to-end latency: maximum Bit rate Direction Message Size [byte] Survival time UE speed (km/h) # of active UEs connection Service Area
UHD medical video over NPNs>99.999 99> 1 day< 1 ms< 50 Gbit/sUL; DL~1,500 - ~9,000 (note 1)~8 msstationary1100 m²
Ultrasound images over NPNs> 99.999 9> 1 year< 10ms500 Mbit/s - 4 Gbit/s (note 2)UL; DL~1,50020-100 ms (note 2)stationary1100 m²
UHD video for telesurgery over PLMNs> 99.999 9> 1 year< 20 ms< 6 Gbit/sUL; DL~1,500 - ~9,000 (note 1)~16 msstationary< 2 per 1,000 km²< 400 km (note 3)
UHD video for medical examination over PLMNs> 99.99> 1 month< 20 ms< 4 Gbit/sUL; DL~1500 -9000~16 msstationary< 20 per 100 km²< 50 km (note 3)
Ultrasound images over PLMNs> 99.999>> 1 month (< 1 year)< 20 ms< 200 Mbit/sUL; DL~1500~16 msstationary< 20 per 100 km²< 50 km (note 3)
CT/MR real time scan over PLMNs> 99.999>> 1 month (< 1 year)< 100ms< 670 Mbit/sUL, DL~1,500< 100 ms< 150< 20 per 100 km²< 50 km (note 3)
NOTE 1:
MTU size of 1,500 bytes is not generally suitable to gigabits connections as it induces many interruptions and loads on CPUs. On the other hand, Ethernet jumbo frames of up to 9,000 bytes require all equipment on the forwarding path to support that size in order to avoid fragmentation.
NOTE 2:
lower values considered for 2D ultrasounds images and higher values for 3D ultrasound images
NOTE 3:
Maximum straight-line distance between UEs.
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6.3  Multicast performance requirementsWord‑p. 15

6.3.1  Audio and video production applications

Profile # of active UEs # of UL streams # of DL streams UE Speed Service Area E2E latency (Note 1) Transfer interval (Note 1) Packet error rate (Note 2, Note 3) Data rate UL Data rate DL
Integrated audience services50,00030 multicast streams5 km/h1.5 km x 1.5 km7 ms
DL
3 ms10-4200 kbit/s
Intercom system1000240 (Note 4)30 multicast streams5 km/h1.5 km x 1.5 km7 ms
DL
7 ms
UL
3 ms10-4100 kbit/s100 kbit/s
NOTE 1:
Transfer interval refers to periodicity of the packet transfers. It has to be constant during the whole operation. The value given in the table is a typical one, however other transfer intervals are possible as long as the end-to-end latency is ≤ (10 ms - Transfer interval).
NOTE 2:
Packet error rate is related to a packet size of (Transfer interval × data rate). Packets that do not conform with the end-to-end latency are also accounted as error.
NOTE 3:
The given requirement for a packet error rate assumes a uniform error distribution. The requirement for packet error rate is stricter if packet errors occur in bursts.
NOTE 4:
The UL stream originating from a UE may be the source of a DL multicast stream.
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6.3.2  Medical applicationsWord‑p. 16

Requirement Characteristic parameter Influence quantity
Communi­cation service availa­bility: target value in % Communi­cation service reliabi­lity: Mean Time Between Failure End-to-end latency: maximum Bit rate Direction Message Size [byte] Survival time UE speed (km/h) # of UEs connection Service Area
UHD medical video over NPNs> 99.999 99> 1 day< 1 ms< [50 Gbits/s]DL~1,500 - ~9,000 (note 1)~8 msstationary< 10100 m²
UHD medical video over PLMNs> 99.999 9> 1 day< 250 ms< [2 Gbit/s]DL~1,500 - ~9,000 (note 1)~16 msstationary< 10400 km
NOTE 1:
MTU size of 1500 bytes is not generally suitable to gigabits connections as it induces many interruptions and loads on CPUs. On the other hand, Ethernet jumbo frames of up to 9000 bytes require all equipment on the forwarding path to support that size in order to avoid fragmentation.
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