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TR 38.817-01RAN4
5G New Radio —
General aspects for
User Equipment Radio Frequency (RF)

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WI Acronym:  NR_newRAT-Core
Rapporteur:  Mr. Sano, YousukeDOCOMO Communications Lab.

The present document is a technical report for the work item on Work Item on New Radio (NR) Access Technology, covering the general aspects for RF, RRM and demodulation for NR.
While requirements are often generic and band agnostic, there may in many cases be separate requirements for different bands. In some cases, these are identified directly using the band number. They will also be references to different frequency ranges covering many bands, identified as requirements for sub-6 GHz bands (Frequency Range 1) and mmWave bands (Frequency Range 2). These ranges are for the purpose of the specification defined as follows:
  • FR1: 450 - 6000 MHz
  • FR2: 24250 - 52600 MHz.
The lowest frequency in FR1 is selected as the lowest frequency identified for IMT by the ITU-R [2]. FR2 is defined starting from the lowest frequency under study for IMT under WRC Agenda item 1.13, up to the highest frequency within the scope of the present work item. In the future when new operating bands may be added outside the frequency ranges of FR1 and FR2, those can be incorporated by extending FR1 or FR2, or by adding new ranges (FR3, etc.).

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1  ScopeWord-p. 8
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviations
4  General and common aspectsWord-p. 10
4.1  Operating bands
4.2  Channel bandwidthWord-p. 13
4.3  Channel arrangementWord-p. 19
4.4  Subcarrier spacingWord-p. 26
4.5  Spectrum utilization
4.6  Mixed numerology requirementsWord-p. 33
4.7  TRx test metrics
5  UE Transmitter characteristics (frequency range 1)Word-p. 37
5.1  General
5.2  Transmit power
5.3  Output power dynamicsWord-p. 48
5.4  Transmit signal qualityWord-p. 49
5.5  Output RF spectrum emissionsWord-p. 51
5.6  Transmit intermodulation
5.7  ON/OFF time maskWord-p. 56
5.8  Additional UE RF Tx requirements for SUL and LTE-NR co-existence
6  UE Receiver characteristics (frequency range 1)
7  UE Transmitter characteristics (frequency range 2)Word-p. 65
7.1  General
7.2  Transmit power
7.2A  Transmit power for CAWord-p. 77
7.3  Output power dynamicsWord-p. 78
7.4  Transmit signal qualityWord-p. 79
7.5  Output RF spectrum emissions
7.6  Transmit intermodulation
7.7  ON/OFF time mask
7.8  Beam correspondence
8  UE Receiver characteristics (frequency range 2)Up
9  UE Transmitter characteristics (NSA and interworking between frequency ranges 1 and 2)
10  UE Receiver characteristics (NSA and interworking between frequency ranges 1 and 2)Up
A  Environmental conditionsWord-p. 83
B  Coexistence studies for 55dBm CPE deployment in FR2Word-p. 84
C  Coexistence studies for 29 dBm UE power class for LTE Band 41 and NR Band n41Word-p. 91
D  Change historyWord-p. 97

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