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TR 38.803RAN4
Study on New Radio Access Technology –
RF and co-Existence Aspects

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V14.2.0 (Wzip)  2017/09  205 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Umeda, Hiromasa

Work has started in ITU and 3GPP to develop requirements and specifications for new radio (NR) systems, as in the Recommendation ITU-R M.2083 "Framework and overall objectives of the future development of IMT for 2020 and beyond", as well as 3GPP SA1 study item New Services and Markets Technology Enablers (SMARTER) and SA2 study item Architecture for NR System. 3GPP has to identify and develop the technology components needed for successfully standardizing the NR system timely satisfying both the urgent market needs, and the more long-term requirements set forth by the ITU-R IMT-2020 process.
The present document covers the RF and co-existence aspects of the study item "New Radio Access Technology".

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1  ScopeWord-p. 9
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 11
4  Background
5  Co-existence study
5.1  Co-existence simulation scenario
5.2  Co-existence simulation assumptionWord-p. 14
5.3  Co-existence simulation methodologyWord-p. 28
5.4  Co-existence simulation results
5.5  Summary of co-existence studyWord-p. 76
6  RF feasibilityWord-p. 81
6.1  Common issues for UE and BS
6.1.1  General
6.1.2  NR spectrum utilization
6.1.3  Channel bandwidth/Transmission bandwidth configurationWord-p. 83
6.1.4  Channel spacing
6.1.5  Channel raster
6.1.6  Frequency channel number
6.1.7  TDD timing budgetWord-p. 85
6.1.8  NR in-band requirements
6.1.9  Common issues for mmWaveWord-p. 88
6.1.10  Example 1: 30 GHz SSB phase noise model
6.1.11  Example 2: mmWave SSB phase noise modelWord-p. 98
6.2  UE requirementsWord-p. 100
6.2.1  General
6.2.2  UE Transmitter characteristicUp
6.2.3  UE Receiver characteristic
6.3  BS requirements
7  Relation with the existing specificationsWord-p. 139
8  Regulatory aspectWord-p. 140
9  Radio resource managementWord-p. 148
10  Testability
11  WP 5D for WRC-19 agenda item 1.13
12  ConclusionsWord-p. 172
A  PA modelsWord-p. 173
B  Usage of bands of interest for NR in EuropeWord-p. 188
C  Array antenna theoryWord-p. 195
D  prerequisites for assessment UE beamforming performanceWord-p. 197
E  UE coordinate systemWord-p. 200
F  LS response on IMT parameters to ITU-R WP5DWord-p. 201
G  Change historyWord-p. 205

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