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TS 25.104 (RAN4)
3G UTRA —
Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) mode –
Base Station Radio Transmission and Reception

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Skold, Johan
See also:
TS 36.104 (E-UTRA)
TS 38.104 (NR)

This TS establishes the Base Station minimum RF characteristics of the FDD (Frequency Division Duplex) mode of UTRA.
The requirements in this specification apply to Wide Area Base Stations, Medium Range Base Stations, Local Area Base Stations and Home Base Stations unless otherwise stated.
Wide Area Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Macro Cell scenarios with a BS to UE minimum coupling loss equal to 70 dB. The Wide Area Base Station class has the same requirements as the base station for General Purpose application in Release 99, 4 and 5.
Medium Range Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Micro Cell scenarios with a BS to UE minimum coupling loss equal to 53 dB.
Local Area Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Pico Cell scenarios with a BS to UE minimum coupling loss equal to 45 dB.
Home Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Femto Cell scenarios.

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1  Scope [R3]Word-p. 8
2  References [R3]
3  Definitions and abbreviations [R3]
4  General [R3]Word-p. 12
5  Frequency bands and channel arrangement [R3]
6  Transmitter characteristics [R3]Word-p. 21
6.1  General
6.2  Base station output powerWord-p. 22
6.3  Frequency errorWord-p. 23
6.4  Output power dynamics
6.5Void
6.6  Output RF spectrum emissions
6.7  Transmitter intermodulationWord-p. 56
6.8  Transmit modulationWord-p. 57
7  Receiver characteristics [R3]
8  Performance requirement [R3]Word-p. 80
8.1  General
8.2  Demodulation in static propagation conditionsWord-p. 81
8.3  Demodulation of DCH in multipath fading conditions
8.4  Demodulation of DCH in moving propagation conditions
8.5  Demodulation of DCH in birth/death propagation conditions
8.5A  Demodulation of DCH in high speed train conditions [R7]
8.6Void
8.7  Performance requirement for RACH [R4]
8.8Void
8.9Void
8.10  Performance of ACK/NACK detection for HS-DPCCH [R6]Up
8.10A  Performance of ACK/NACK detection for 4C-HSDPA HS-DPCCH [R10]
8.10B  Performance of ACK/NACK detection for 8C-HSDPA HS-DPCCH [R11]Word-p. 89
8.11  Demodulation of E-DPDCH in multipath fading condition [R6]
8.11A  Demodulation of E-DPDCH and S-E-DPDCH in multipath fading condition for UL MIMO [R11]Word-p. 90
8.12  Performance of signaling detection for E-DPCCH in multipath fading condition [R6]Word-p. 91
A (Normative)  Measurement channels [R3]Word-p. 92
B (Normative)  Propagation conditions [R3]Word-p. 109
C (Normative)  Characteristics of the W-CDMA interference signal [R5]Word-p. 114
D (Normative)  Regional requirement for protection of DTT [R9]Word-p. 115
E  Change HistoryWord-p. 116

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