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TR 36.877RAN4
LTE Device to Device (D2D) Proximity Services (ProSe) –
UE Radio Transmission and Reception

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WI Acronym:  LTE_D2D_Prox-Perf
Rapporteur:  Dr. Gulati, Kapil

Proximity-based applications and services represent an emerging social-technological trend. The introduction of a Proximity Services (ProSe) capability in LTE allows the 3GPP industry to serve this developing market, and, at the same time, serve the urgent needs of several Public Safety communities that are jointly committed to LTE (see SP120456 (MoU between TETRA & Critical Communications Association (TCCA) & the National Public Safety Telecommunications Council), and S1-121247 (TCCA)).
Additionally, the study on LTE Device to Device Proximity Services (FS_LTE_D2D_Prox, TR 36.843) has shown that with the current status of work, adding D2D discovery and broadcast communication techniques is considered compatible to the LTE standard. Meanwhile, normative work on proximity services has been *completed* in SA2 (TS 23.303) and a corresponding WID for stage-3 work (C1-140748) is also being submitted for approval.
ProSe specification is important to enable economy of scale advantages, i.e. the resulting system can be used for both Public Safety and non-Public-Safety services, as much as possible.
The purpose of the present document is to study the radio requirements LTE Device to Device Proximity Services as part of the Rel-12 work item. The normative requirements resulting from the present document will be addressed in the applicable release 12 Technical Specifications (TS).

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1  ScopeWord-p. 6
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 7
4  Background
5  Deployment and co-existence studiesWord-p. 9
6  D2D transmitter characteristics
7  D2D receiver characteristics
8  Other specification impacts (if applicable)
9  Performance requirements
A  Change historyWord-p. 38

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