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TS 38.141-1 (RAN4)
5G New Radio —
Base Station Conformance Testing
Part 1: Conducted Conformance Testing

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Rapporteur:  Dr. Chen, Xiang (Steven)
See also:
TS 36.141   for E-UTRA

The present document specifies the Radio Frequency (RF) test methods and conformance requirements for NR Base Station (BS) Type 1‑C and Type 1‑H. These have been derived from, and are consistent with the conducted requirements for BS Type 1‑C and BS Type 1‑H in NR BS specification defined in TS 38.104.
A BS type 1‑C only has conducted requirements so it requires compliance to this specification only.
A BS type 1‑H has both conducted and radiated requirements so it requires compliance to the applicable requirements of this specification and TS 38.141-2.
BS type 1‑O and BS type 2‑O have only radiated requirements so they require compliance to TS 38.141-2 only.

short Table of Contents for  TS 38.141-1  Word version:   16.1.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 13
2  ReferencesWord-p. 13
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 15
4  General conducted test conditions and declarationsWord-p. 20
4.1  Measurement uncertainties and test requirementsWord-p. 20
4.2  Conducted requirement reference pointsWord-p. 25
4.3  Base station classesWord-p. 27
4.4  Regional requirementsWord-p. 27
4.5  BS configurationsWord-p. 28
4.6  Manufacturer declarationsWord-p. 32
4.7  Test configurationsWord-p. 35
4.8  Applicability of requirementsWord-p. 39
4.9  RF channels and test modelsWord-p. 42
4.10  Requirements for contiguous and non-contiguous spectrumWord-p. 50
4.11  Requirements for BS capable of multi-band operationWord-p. 51
4.12  Format and interpretation of testsWord-p. 52
5  Operating bands and channel arrangementWord-p. 53
6  Conducted transmitter characteristicsWord-p. 54
6.1  GeneralWord-p. 54
6.2  Base station output powerWord-p. 54
6.3  Output power dynamicsWord-p. 56
6.4  Transmit ON/OFF powerWord-p. 58
6.5  Transmitted signal qualityWord-p. 61
6.6  Unwanted emissionsWord-p. 66
6.7  Transmitter intermodulationWord-p. 99
7  Conducted receiver characteristicsWord-p. 104
7.1  GeneralWord-p. 104
7.2  Reference sensitivity levelUpWord-p. 104
7.3  Dynamic rangeWord-p. 107
7.4  In-band selectivity and blockingWord-p. 111
7.5  Out-of-band blockingWord-p. 117
7.6  Receiver spurious emissionsWord-p. 120
7.7  Receiver intermodulationWord-p. 122
7.8  In-channel selectivityWord-p. 127
8  Conducted performance characteristicsWord-p. 131
8.1  GeneralWord-p. 131
8.2  Performance requirements for PUSCHUpWord-p. 133
8.3  Performance requirements for PUCCHWord-p. 147
8.4  Performance requirements for PRACHWord-p. 165
A (Normative)  Reference measurement channelsWord-p. 169
B (Normative)  Environmental requirements for the BS equipmentWord-p. 175
C  Test tolerances and derivation of test requirementsWord-p. 177
D  Measurement system set-upWord-p. 180
E (Normative)  Characteristics of interfering signalsWord-p. 196
F (Normative)  Void
G (Normative)  Propagation conditionsWord-p. 198
H (Normative)  In-channel TX testsWord-p. 207
I  Change historyWord-p. 215

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