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TS 37.105RAN4
Active Antenna System (AAS) Base Station (BS)
Transmission and Reception

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WI Acronym:  AAS_BS_LTE_UTRA
Rapporteur:  Mr. Kybett, Richard

The present document establishes 2 sets of minimum requirements and minimum performance requirements; hybrid requirements set which specify requirements for a hybrid AAS BS with both a conducted and a radiated interface and OTA requirements set which specify requirements for an OTA AAS BS which has a radiated interface only.
The hybrid AAS BS requirements are specified for E-UTRA AAS Base Station (BS), the FDD mode of UTRA AAS Base Station (BS), the 1,28 Mcps TDD mode of UTRA AAS Base Station (BS) in single RAT and any MSR AAS Base Station (BS) implementation of these RATs.
The OTA AAS BS requirements are specified for E-UTRA AAS Base Station (BS), the FDD mode of UTRA AAS Base Station (BS), in single RAT and any MSR AAS Base Station (BS) implementation of these RATs.
The present document does not establish minimum RF characteristics or minimum performance requirements for Narrow-Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) in band, NB-IoT guard band, or standalone NB-IoT operation, for AAS BS in single RAT E-UTRA operation or in MSR operation using E-UTRA.

short Table of Contents for  TS 37.105  Word version:   16.2.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 12
2  ReferencesWord-p. 12
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 13
4  GeneralWord-p. 19
5  Applicability of RequirementsWord-p. 26
6  Conducted transmitter characteristicsWord-p. 32
6.1  GeneralWord-p. 32
6.2  Base station output powerWord-p. 33
6.3  Output power dynamicsWord-p. 38
6.4  Transmit ON/OFF powerWord-p. 41
6.5  Transmitted signal qualityWord-p. 42
6.6  Unwanted EmissionsWord-p. 45
6.7  Transmitter intermodulationWord-p. 82
7  Conducted receiver characteristicsWord-p. 88
7.1  GeneralWord-p. 88
7.2  Reference sensitivity levelWord-p. 89
7.3  Dynamic rangeWord-p. 90
7.4  Adjacent channel selectivity, general blocking, and narrowband blockingWord-p. 90
7.5  BlockingWord-p. 94
7.6  Receiver spurious emissionsWord-p. 104
7.7  Receiver intermodulationWord-p. 106
7.8  In-channel selectivityWord-p. 111
8  Performance requirementsWord-p. 112
9  Radiated transmitter characteristicsWord-p. 114
9.1  GeneralWord-p. 114
9.2  Radiated transmit powerWord-p. 114
9.3  OTA Base Station output power [R15]Word-p. 115
9.4  OTA Output power dynamics [R15]UpWord-p. 117
9.5  OTA Transmit ON/OFF power [R15]Word-p. 120
9.6  OTA Transmitted signal quality [R15]Word-p. 122
9.7  OTA Unwanted Emissions [R15]Word-p. 125
9.8  OTA Transmitter intermodulation [R15]Word-p. 189
10  Radiated receiver characteristicsWord-p. 193
10.1  GeneralUpWord-p. 193
10.2  OTA sensitivityWord-p. 194
10.3  OTA Reference sensitivity level [R15]Word-p. 195
10.4  OTA Dynamic range [R15]Word-p. 197
10.5  OTA Adjacent channel selectivity, general blocking, and narrowband blocking [R15]Word-p. 200
10.6  OTA Blocking [R15]Word-p. 207
10.7  OTA Receiver spurious emissions [R15]Word-p. 222
10.8  OTA Receiver intermodulation [R15]Word-p. 223
10.9  OTA In-channel selectivity [R15]Word-p. 233
11  Radiated performance requirements [R15]Word-p. 235
A (Normative)  Environmental requirements for the BS equipmentWord-p. 238
B  Calculation of EIRP based on fixed assumption of passive antenna gain [R15]Word-p. 238
C  Change historyWord-p. 240

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