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TS 25.105 (RAN4)
3G UTRA —
Time Division Duplex (TDD) mode –
Base Station Radio Transmission and Reception

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V12.2.1  2016/01  119 p.
V11.9.0  2016/01  119 p.
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V9.4.0  2012/09  118 p.
V8.9.0  2012/09  116 p.
V7.14.0  2010/03  110 p.
V6.8.0  2009/06  71 p.
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V4.12.0  2008/12  64 p.
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Rapporteur:  Mr. Kottkamp, Meik
See also:
TS 36.104 (E-UTRA)
TS 38.104 (NR)

This TS establishes the minimum RF characteristics of all three options of the TDD (Time Division Duplex) mode of UTRA. The three options are the 3.84 Mcps, 1.28 Mcps and 7.68 Mcps options respectively. The requirements are listed in different subsections only if the parameters deviate.
The requirements in this specification apply to Wide Area Base Stations, Local Area Base Stations and Home BS in co-ordinated network operation, unless otherwise stated. Wide Area Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Macro Cell and Micro Cell scenarios with BS to UE coupling losses equal to 70 dB and 53 dB. The Wide Area Base Station has the same requirements as the base station for General Purpose application in Release 99 for 3.84 Mcps option, and in Release 4 for both 3.84 Mcps and 1.28 Mcps option.
Local Area Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Pico Cell scenarios with a BS to UE coupling loss equals to 45 dB.
Home Base Stations are characterised by requirements derived from Femto Cell scenarios.

full Table of Contents for  TS 25.105  Word version:   15.0.0

 

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1  Scope [R3]Word-p. 9
2  References [R3]
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviations [R3]
4  General [R3]Word-p. 12
5  Frequency bands and channel arrangement [R3]
6  Transmitter characteristics [R3]Word-p. 16
6.1  General
6.2  Base station output powerUp
6.3  Frequency stability
6.4  Output power dynamicsWord-p. 18
6.5  Transmit ON/OFF power
6.6  Output RF spectrum emissionsWord-p. 21
6.7  Transmitter intermodulation
6.8  Transmit modulation
7  Receiver characteristics [R3]
8  Performance requirement [R3]
8.1  General
8.2  Demodulation in static propagation conditionsWord-p. 64
8.3  Demodulation of DCH in multipath fading conditionsWord-p. 66
8.3A  Demodulation of DCH in High speed train conditions [R9]Word-p. 72
8.4  Demodulation of E-DCH FRC in multipath fading conditions [R6]
8.5  Performance of ACK detection for HS-SICH [R7]Word-p. 77
A (Normative)  Measurement Channels [R3]Word-p. 79
A.1Void
A.2  Reference measurement channel
A.3  E-DCH Reference measurement channels [R6]
A.4  HS-SICH Reference measurement channels [R7]Word-p. 109
B (Normative)  Propagation conditions [R3]Word-p. 112
C  Change historyWord-p. 116

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