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TR 36.802RAN4
E-UTRA — Narrowband Internet of Things –
Technical Report for BS and UE Radio Transmission and Reception

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WI Acronym:  NB_IOT-Core
Rapporteur:  Mr. Liu, Liehai

The objective is to specify a radio access for cellular internet of things, based to a great extent on a non-backward-compatible variant of E-UTRA, that addresses improved indoor coverage, support for massive number of low throughput devices, low delay sensitivity, ultra low device cost, low device power consumption and (optimised) network architecture.
NB-IOT should support 3 different modes of operation:
  1. 'Stand-alone operation' utilizing for example the spectrum currently being used by GERAN systems as a replacement of one or more GSM carriers, as well as scattered spectrum for potential IoT deployment.
  2. 'Guard band operation' utilizing the unused resource blocks within a LTE carrier's guard-band.
  3. 'In-band operation' utilizing resource blocks within a normal LTE carrier.

full Table of Contents for  TR 36.802  Word version:   13.0.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 6
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviations
4  Background
5  Frequency bands and channel arrangementWord-p. 9
6  System scenarios
6.1  Coexistence simulation cases
6.2  Coexistence simulation assumptionsWord-p. 13
6.3  Coexistence simulation methodologyWord-p. 15
6.4  Coexistence simulation resultsWord-p. 18
7  Study of BS requirements
8  Study of UE requirements
9  Other requirements
10  Test specification
A  Change historyWord-p. 58

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