# Content for  TS 38.104  Word version:  18.3.0

## 5.4  Channel arrangementp. 47

### 5.4.1  Channel spacingp. 47

#### 5.4.1.1  Channel spacing for adjacent NR carriersp. 47

The spacing between carriers will depend on the deployment scenario, the size of the frequency block available and the BS channel bandwidths. The nominal channel spacing between two adjacent NR carriers is defined as following:
• For NR FR1 operating bands with 100 kHz channel raster,
• Nominal Channel spacing = (BWChannel(1) + BWChannel(2))/2
• For NR FR1 operating bands with 15 kHz channel raster,
• Nominal Channel spacing = (BWChannel(1) + BWChannel(2))/2 + {-5 kHz, 0 kHz, 5 kHz} for ΔFRaster equals to 15 kHz
• Nominal Channel spacing = (BWChannel(1) + BWChannel(2))/2 + {-10 kHz, 0 kHz, 10 kHz} for ΔFRaster equals to 30 kHz
• For NR FR2 operating bands with 60 kHz channel raster,
• Nominal Channel spacing = (BWChannel(1) + BWChannel(2))/2 + {-20 kHz, 0 kHz, 20 kHz} for ΔFRaster equals to 60 kHz
• Nominal Channel spacing = (BWChannel(1) + BWChannel(2))/2 + {-40 kHz, 0 kHz, 40 kHz} for ΔFRaster equals to 120 kHz
• For operating band n263
• Nominal Channel spacing = ceil((BWChannel(1) + BWChannel(2))/100.8)*50.4 MHz,
where BWChannel(1) and BWChannel(2) are the BS channel bandwidths of the two respective NR carriers. The channel spacing can be adjusted depending on the channel raster to optimize performance in a particular deployment scenario.

#### 5.4.1.2  Channel spacing for CAp. 47

For intra-band contiguously aggregated carriers, the channel spacing between adjacent component carriers shall be multiple of least common multiple of channel raster and sub-carrier spacing.
The nominal channel spacing between two adjacent aggregated NR carriers is defined as follows:
For NR operating bands with 100 kHz channel raster:
For NR operating bands with 15 kHz channel raster:
with
n = μ0
For NR operating bands with 60kHz channel raster:
with
n = μ0 - 2
For operating band n263
Nominal Channel spacing = ceil((BWChannel(1) + BWChannel(2))/100.8)*50.4 MHz,
where BWChannel(1) and BWChannel(2) are the BS channel bandwidths of the two respective NR component carriers according to Table 5.3.2-1, Table 5.3.2-2 and Table 5.3.2-3 with values in MHz, μ_0 the largest μ value among the subcarrier spacing configurations supported in the operating band for both of the channel bandwidths according to Table 5.3.5-1 and Table 5.3.5-2 and GBChannel(i) the minimum guard band for channel bandwidth i according to Table 5.3.3-1, Table 5.3.3-2 and Table 5.3.3-2a for the said μ value, with μ as defined in TS 38.211. In case there is no common μ value for both of the channel bandwidths, μ0=1 is selected for NR operating bands with 15 kHz channel raster and GBChannel(i) is the minimum guard band for channel bandwidth i according to Table 5.3.3-1 for μ=1 with μ as defined in TS 38.211.
The channel spacing for intra-band contiguous carrier aggregation can be adjusted to any multiple of least common multiple of channel raster and sub-carrier spacing less than the nominal channel spacing to optimize performance in a particular deployment scenario.
For intra-band non-contiguous carrier aggregation, the channel spacing between two NR component carriers in different sub-blocks shall be larger than the nominal channel spacing defined in this clause.

### 5.4.2  Channel rasterp. 48

#### 5.4.2.1  NR-ARFCN and channel rasterp. 48

The global frequency raster defines a set of RF reference frequencies FREF. The RF reference frequency is used in signalling to identify the position of RF channels, SS blocks and other elements. The global frequency raster is defined for all frequencies from 0 to 100 GHz. The granularity of the global frequency raster is ΔFGlobal.
RF reference frequencies are designated by an NR Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (NR-ARFCN) in the range [0…3279165] on the global frequency raster. The relation between the NR-ARFCN and the RF reference frequency FREF in MHz is given by the following equation, where FREF-Offs and NRef-Offs are given in Table 5.4.2.1-1 and NREF is the NR-ARFCN.
FREF = FREF-Offs + ΔFGlobal (NREF – NREF-Offs)
Range of frequencies (MHz) ΔFGlobal (kHz) FREF-Offs (MHz) NREF-Offs Range of NREF
0 – 30005000 – 599999
3000 – 24250153000600000600000 – 2016666
24250 – 1000006024250.0820166672016667 – 3279165
The channel raster defines a subset of RF reference frequencies that can be used to identify the RF channel position in the uplink and downlink. The RF reference frequency for an RF channel maps to a resource element on the carrier. For each operating band, a subset of frequencies from the global frequency raster are applicable for that band and forms a channel raster with a granularity ΔFRaster, which may be equal to or larger than ΔFGlobal.
For SUL bands except n95, n97, n98 and for the uplink of all FDD bands defined in Table 5.2-1, for TDD bands n34, n38, n39, n48, n90, and n40,
FREF,shift = FREF + Δshift, where Δshift = 0 kHz or 7.5 kHz
where Δshift is signalled by the network in higher layer parameter frequencyShift7p5khz as defined in TS 38.331.
For bands n34, n38, n39, n48 and n40, FREF,shift is only applicable to uplink transmissions using a 15 kHz SCS.
The mapping between the channel raster and corresponding resource element is given in clause 5.4.2.2. The applicable entries for each operating band are defined in clause 5.4.2.3.

#### 5.4.2.1A  NB-IoT carrier frequency numbering |R16|p. 49

The NB-IoT carrier frequency numbering (EARFCN) is defined in clause 5.7 of TS 36.104.

#### 5.4.2.2  Channel raster to resource element mappingp. 49

The mapping between the RF reference frequency on the channel raster and the corresponding resource element is given in Table 5.4.2.2-1 and can be used to identify the RF channel position. The mapping depends on the total number of RBs that are allocated in the channel and applies to both UL and DL. The mapping must apply to at least one numerology supported by the BS.
NRB mod2 = 0 NRB mod2 = 1
Resource element index k06
Physical resource block number nPRB
k, nPRB and NRB are as defined in TS 38.211.

#### 5.4.2.3  Channel raster entries for each operating bandp. 49

The RF channel positions on the channel raster in each NR operating band are given through the applicable NR-ARFCN in Table 5.4.2.3-1 for FR1 and Table 5.4.2.3-2 for FR2, using the channel raster to resource element mapping in clause 5.4.2.2.
• For NR operating bands with 100 kHz channel raster, ΔFRaster = 20 × ΔFGlobal. In this case, every 20th NR-ARFCN within the operating band are applicable for the channel raster within the operating band and the step size for the channel raster in Table 5.4.2.3-1 is given as <20>.
• For NR operating bands with 15 kHz channel raster below 3 GHz, ΔFRaster = I × ΔFGlobal, where I ϵ {3,6}. In this case, every Ith NR-ARFCN within the operating band are applicable for the channel raster within the operating band and the step size for the channel raster in Table 5.4.2.3-1 is given as <I>.
• For NR operating bands with 15 kHz and 60 kHz channel raster above 3 GHz, ΔFRaster = I ×ΔFGlobal, where I ϵ {1, 2}. In this case, every Ith NR-ARFCN within the operating band are applicable for the channel raster within the operating band and the step size for the channel raster in Table 5.4.2.3-1 and Table 5.4.2.3-2 is given as <I>.
• For frequency bands with two ΔFRaster in FR1, the higher ΔFRaster applies to channels using only the SCS that is equal to or larger than the higher ΔFRaster and SSB SCS is equal to the higher ΔFRaster.
• For frequency bands with two ΔFRaster in FR2, the higher ΔFRaster applies to channels using only the SCS that is equal to the higher ΔFRaster and the SSB SCS that is equal to or larger than the higher ΔFRaster.
NR operating band ΔFRaster (kHz) Uplink
range of NREF
(First – <Step size> – Last)
range of NREF
(First – <Step size> – Last)
n1100384000 – <20> – 396000422000 – <20> – 434000
n2100370000 – <20> – 382000386000 – <20> – 398000
n3100342000 – <20> – 357000361000 – <20> – 376000
n5100164800 – <20> – 169800173800 – <20> – 178800
n7100500000 – <20> – 514000524000 – <20> – 538000
n8100176000 – <20> – 183000185000 – <20> – 192000
n12100139800 – <20> – 143200145800 – <20> – 149200
n13100155400 – <20> – 157400149200 – <20> – 151200
n14100157600 – <20> -159600151600 – <20> – 153600
n18100163000 – <20> – 166000172000 – <20> – 175000
n20100166400 – <20> – 172400158200 – <20> – 164200
n25100370000 – <20> – 383000386000 – <20> – 399000
n24100325300 – <20> – 332100305000 – <20> – 311800
n26100162800 – <20> – 169800171800 – <20> – 178800
n28100140600 – <20> – 149600151600 – <20> – 160600
14460841556084
n29100N/A143400 – <20> – 145600
n30100461000 – <20> – 463000470000 – <20> – 472000
n34100402000 – <20> – 405000402000 – <20> – 405000
n38100514000 – <20> – 524000514000 – <20> – 524000
n39100376000 – <20> – 384000376000 – <20> – 384000
n40100460000 – <20> – 480000460000 – <20> – 480000
n4115499200 – <3> – 537999499200 – <3> – 537999
30499200 – <6> – 537996499200 – <6> – 537996
n46115743334 – <1> – 795000743334 – <1> – 795000
n4815636667 – <1> – 646666636667 – <1> – 646666
30636668 – <2> – 646666636668 – <2> – 646666
n50100286400 – <20> – 303400286400 – <20> – 303400
n51100285400 – <20> – 286400285400 – <20> – 286400
n53100496700 – <20> – 499000496700 – <20> – 499000
n54100334000 – <20> – 335000334000 – <20> – 335000
n65100384000 – <20> – 402000422000 – <20> – 440000
n66100342000 – <20> – 356000422000 – <20> – 440000
n67100N/A147600 – <20> – 151600
n70100339000 – <20> – 342000399000 – <20> – 404000
n71100132600 – <20> – 139600123400 – <20> – 130400
n74100285400 – <20> – 294000295000 – <20> – 303600
n75100N/A286400 – <20> – 303400
n76100N/A285400 – <20> – 286400
n7715620000 – <1> – 680000620000 – <1> – 680000
30620000 – <2> – 680000620000 – <2> – 680000
n7815620000 – <1> – 653333620000 – <1> – 653333
30620000 – <2> – 653332620000 – <2> – 653332
n7915693334 – <1> – 733333693334 – <1> – 733333
30693334 – <2> – 733332693334 – <2> – 733332
n80100342000 – <20> – 357000N/A
n81100176000 – <20> – 183000N/A
n82100166400 – <20> – 172400N/A
n83100140600 – <20> -149600N/A
n84100384000 – <20> – 396000N/A
n85100139600 – <20> – 143200145600 – <20> – 149200
n86100342000 – <20> – 356000N/A
n89100164800 – <20> – 169800N/A
n9015499200 – <3> – 537999499200 – <3> – 537999
30499200 – <6> – 537996499200 – <6> – 537996
100499200 – <20> – 538000499200 – <20> – 538000
n91100166400 – <20> – 172400285400 – <20> – 286400
n92100166400 – <20> – 172400286400 – <20> – 303400
n93100176000 – <20> – 183000285400 – <20> – 286400
n94100176000 – <20> – 183000286400 – <20> – 303400
n95100402000 – <20> – 405000N/A
n96215795000 – <1> – 875000795000 – <1> – 875000
n97100460000 – <20> – 480000N/A
n98100376000 – <20> – 384000N/A
n99100325300 -- <20> – 332100N/A
n100100174880 – <20> – 176000183880 – <20> – 185000
n101100380000 – <20> – 382000380000 – <20> – 382000
n102315796334 – <1> – 828333796334 – <1> – 828333
n10415828334 – <1> – 875000828334 – <1> – 875000
30828334 – <2> – 875000828334 – <2> – 875000
n105100132600 – <20> – 140600122400 – <20> – 130400
NOTE 1:
Applicable NR-ARFCN for band n46
for 10 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {782000, 788668}
for 20 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {744000, 745332, 746668, 748000, 749332, 750668, 752000, 753332, 754668, 756000, 765332, 766668, 768000, 769332, 770668, 772000, 773332, 774668, 776000, 777332, 778668, 780000, 781332, 783000, 784332, 785668, 787000, 788332, 789668, 791000, 792332, 793668};
for 40 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {744668, 746000, 748668, 751332, 754000, 755332, 766000, 767332, 770000, 772668, 775332, 778000, 780668, 783668, 786332, 787668, 790332, 793000};
for 60 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {745332, 746668, 748000, 752000, 753332, 754668, 766668, 768000, 769332, 773332, 774668, 778668, 780000, 784332, 785668, 791000, 792332};
for 80 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {746000, 747332, 752668, 754000, 767332, 768668, 774000, 779332, 785000, 791668}
for 100 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {746668, 753332, 768000, 791000}
NOTE 2:
Applicable NR-ARFCN for band n96
for 20 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {797000, 798332, 799668, 801000, 802332, 803668, 805000, 806332, 807668, 809000, 810332, 811668, 813000, 814332, 815668, 817000, 818332, 819668, 821000, 822332, 823668, 825000, 826332, 827668, 829000, 830332, 831668, 833000, 834332, 835668, 837000, 838332, 839668, 841000, 842332, 843668, 845000, 846332, 847668, 849000, 850332, 851668, 853000, 854332, 855668, 857000, 858332, 859668, 861000, 862332, 863668, 865000, 866332, 867668, 869000, 870332, 871668, 873000, 874332}
for 40 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {797668, 800332, 803000, 805668, 808332, 811000, 813668, 816332, 819000, 821668, 824332, 827000, 829668, 832332, 835000, 837668, 840332, 843000, 845668, 848332, 851000, 853668, 856332, 859000, 861668, 864332, 867000, 869668, 872332}
for 60 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {798332, 799668, 803668, 805000, 809000, 810332, 814332, 815668, 819668, 821000, 825000, 826332, 830332, 831668, 835668, 837000, 841000, 842332, 846332, 847668, 851668, 853000, 857000, 858332, 862332, 863668, 867668, 869000, 873000}
for 80 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {799000, 804332, 809668, 815000, 820332, 825668, 831000, 836332, 841668, 847000, 852332, 857668, 863000, 868332}
for 100 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {799668, 803668, 810332, 814332, 821000, 825000, 831668, 835668, 842332, 846332, 853000, 857000, 863668, 867668, 869000, 870332, 871668}
NOTE 3:
Applicable NR-ARFCN for band n102
for 20 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {795668, 797000, 798332, 799668, 801000, 802332, 803668, 805000, 806332, 807668, 809000, 810332, 811668, 813000, 814332, 815668, 817000, 818332, 819668, 821000, 822332, 823668, 825000, 826332, 827668}
for 40 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {797668, 800332, 803000, 805668, 808332, 811000, 813668, 816332, 819000, 821668, 824332, 827000}
for 60 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {798332, 799668, 803668, 805000, 809000, 810332, 814332, 815668, 819668, 821000, 825000, 826332}
for 80 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {799000, 804332, 809668, 815000, 820332, 825668}
for 100 MHz channel bandwidth, NREF = {799668, 803668, 810332, 814332, 821000, 825000}
NOTE 4:
This exceptional raster point is applicable only to n28 and is only applicable for 40MHz BS channel bandwidth to ensure the guardband with 30MHz UE channel bandwidth.
range of NREF
(First – <Step size> – Last)
n257602054166 – <1> – 2104165
1202054167 – <2> – 2104165
n258602016667 – <1> – 2070832
1202016667 – <2> – 2070831
n259602270833 – <1> – 2337499
1202270833 – <2> – 2337499
n260602229166 – <1> – 2279165
1202229167 – <2> – 2279165
n261602070833 – <1> – 2084999
1202070833 – <2> – 2084999
n262602399166 – <1> – 2415832
1202399167 – <2> – 2415831
n263120 See Table 5.4.2.3-3
480
960
Channel Bandwidth Applicable NR-ARFCN
100 MHz2564083 + 1680 * N, N = 0:137
400 MHz2566603 + 6720 * N, N = 0:33
800 MHz2569963 + 6720 * N, N = 0:32
1600 MHz2576683 + 6720 * N, N =0:30
2000 MHz2580043 + 6720 * N, N=0:29,
2585083, 2655643, 2692603, 2764843

### 5.4.3  Synchronization rasterp. 53

#### 5.4.3.1  Synchronization raster and numberingp. 53

The synchronization raster indicates the frequency positions of the synchronization block that can be used by the UE for system acquisition when explicit signalling of the synchronization block position is not present.
A global synchronization raster is defined for all frequencies. The frequency position of the SS block is defined as SSREF with corresponding number GSCN. The parameters defining the SSREF and GSCN for all the frequency ranges are in Table 5.4.3.1-1 for above 3 MHz channel bandwidth and in Table 5.4.3.1-2 for 3 MHz channel bandwidth.
For band n100, additional parameters defining the SSREF and GSCN are specified in Table 5.4.3.1-3.
The resource element corresponding to the SS block reference frequency SSREF is given in clause 5.4.3.2. The synchronization raster and the subcarrier spacing of the synchronization block is defined separately for each band.
Range of frequencies (MHz) SS block frequency position SSREF GSCN Range of GSCN
0 – 3000N * 1200 kHz + M * 50 kHz,
N = 1:2499, M ϵ {1,3,5} (Note)
3N + (M-3)/22 – 7498
3000 – 242503000 MHz + N * 1.44 MHz,
N = 0:14756
7499 + N7499 – 22255
24250 – 10000024250.08 MHz + N * 17.28 MHz,
N = 0:4383
22256 + N22256 – 26639
NOTE:
The default value for operating bands which only support SCS spaced channel raster(s) is M=3.
Range of frequencies (MHz) SS block frequency position SSREF GSCN Range of GSCN
0 – 1000N * 600 kHz + M * 50 kHz + 300 kHz, N = 1:1665, M ϵ {1,3,5} (Note 1)26638 + 3N + (M-3)/226640 – 31634
NOTE 1:
Only applicable for 15 PRB DCH transmission within 3 MHz channel bandwidth with punctured PBCH defined in clause 7.4.3.1 of TS 38.211.
SS block frequency position SSREF (MHz) GSCN Note
920.7341637Only applicable for 12 PRB DCH transmission within 3 MHz channel with punctured PBCH defined in clause 7.4.3.1 of TS 38.211.
921.4541638Only applicable for 20 PRB DCH transmission within 5 MHz channel with unpunctured PBCH defined in clause 7.4.3.1 of TS 38.211.

#### 5.4.3.2  Synchronization raster to synchronization block resource element mapping |R18|p. 54

The mapping between the synchronization raster and the corresponding resource element of the SS block is given in Table 5.4.3.2-1.
 Resource element index k 120
k is the subcarrier number of SS/PBCH block defined in clause 7.4.3.1 of TS 38.211.

#### 5.4.3.3  Synchronization raster entries for each operating bandp. 54

For FR1 and for above 3 MHz channel bandwidth, the synchronization raster for each band is given in Table 5.4.3.3-1. The distance between applicable GSCN entries is given by the <Step size> indicated in Table 5.4.3.3-1.
For FR1 and for 3 MHz channel bandwidth, the synchronization raster for each band is given in Table 5.4.3.3-4. The distance between applicable GSCN entries is given by the <Step size> indicated in Table 5.4.3.3-4.
For FR2, the synchronization raster for each band is given in Table 5.4.3.3-2. The distance between applicable GSCN entries is given by the <Step size> indicated in Table 5.4.3.3-2.
NR operating band SS Block SCS SS Block pattern (NOTE 1) Range of GSCN
(First – <Step size> – Last)
n115 kHzCase A5279 – <1> – 5419
n215 kHzCase A4829 – <1> – 4969
n315 kHzCase A4517 – <1> – 4693
n515 kHzCase A2177 – <1> – 2230
30 kHzCase B2183 – <1> – 2224
n715 kHzCase A6554 – <1> – 6718
n815 kHzCase A2318 – <1> – 2395
n1215 kHzCase A1828 – <1> – 1858
n1315 kHzCase A1871 – <1> – 1885
n1415 kHzCase A1901 – <1> – 1915
n1815 kHzCase A2156 – <1> – 2182
n2015 kHzCase A1982 – <1> – 2047
n2415 kHzCase A3818 – <1> – 3892
30 kHzCase B3824 – <1> – 3886
n2515 kHzCase A4829 – <1> – 4981
n2615 kHzCase A2153 – <1> – 2230
n2815 kHzCase A1901 – <1> – 2002
n2915 kHzCase A1798 – <1> – 1813
n3015 kHzCase A5879 – <1> – 5893
n3415 kHzCase ANOTE 3
30 kHzCase C5036 – <1> – 5050
n3815 kHzCase ANOTE 2
30 kHzCase C6437 – <1> – 6538
n3915 kHzCase ANOTE 4
30 kHzCase C4712 – <1> – 4789
n4030 kHzCase C5762 – <1> – 5989
n4115 kHzCase A6246 – <3> – 6717
30 kHzCase C6252 – <3> – 6714
n46530 kHzCase C8993 – <1> – 9530
n4830 kHzCase C7884 – <1> – 7982
n5030 kHzCase C3590 – <1> – 3781
n5115 kHzCase A3572 – <1> – 3574
n5315 kHzCase A6215 – <1> – 6232
30 KHzCase C6221 – <1> – 6226
n5415 kHzCase A4181 – <1> – 4182
n6515 kHzCase A5279 – <1> – 5494
n6615 kHzCase A5279 – <1> – 5494
30 kHzCase B5285 – <1> – 5488
n6715 kHzCase A1850 – <1> – 1888
n7015 kHzCase A4993 – <1> – 5044
n7115 kHzCase A1547 – <1> – 1624
n7415 kHzCase A3692 – <1> – 3790
n7515 kHzCase A3584 – <1> – 3787
n7615 kHzCase A3572 – <1> – 3574
n7730 kHzCase C7711 – <1> – 8329
n7830 kHzCase C7711 – <1> – 8051
n7930 kHzCase C8480 – <16> – 88807
8475 – <1> – 88848
n8515 kHzCase A1826 – <1> – 1858
n9015 kHzCase A6246 – <1> – 671710
15 kHzCase A6245 – <1> – 671811
30 kHzCase C6252 – <1> – 6714
n9115 kHzCase A3572 – <1> – 3574
n9215 kHzCase A3584 – <1> – 3787
n9315 kHzCase A3572 – <1> – 3574
n9415 kHzCase A3584 – <1> – 3787
n96630 kHzCase C9531 – <1> – 10363
n10015 kHzCase A2303 – <1> – 2307, 4163812
n10115 kHzCase A4754 – <1> – 4768
30 kHzCase C4760 – <1> – 4764
n102930 kHzCase C9531 – <1> – 9877
n10430 kHzCase C9882 – <7> – 10358
n10515 kHzCase A1535 – <1> – 1624
NOTE 1:
SS Block pattern is defined in clause 4.1 in TS 38.213.
NOTE 2:
The applicable SS raster entries are GSCN = {6432, 6443, 6457, 6468, 6479, 6493, 6507, 6518, 6532, 6543}
NOTE 3:
The applicable SS raster entries are GSCN = {5032, 5043, 5054}
NOTE 4:
The applicable SS raster entries are GSCN = {4707, 4715, 4718, 4729, 4732, 4743, 4747, 4754, 4761, 4768, 4772, 4782, 4786, 4793}
NOTE 5:
The following GSCN are allowed for operation in band n46:
GSCN = {8996, 9010, 9024, 9038, 9051, 9065, 9079, 9093, 9107, 9121, 9218, 9232, 9246, 9260, 9274, 9288, 9301, 9315, 9329, 9343, 9357, 9371, 9385, 9402, 9416, 9430, 9444, 9458, 9472, 9485, 9499, 9513}.
NOTE 6:
The following GSCN are allowed for operation in band n96:
GSCN = { 9548, 9562, 9576, 9590, 9603, 9617, 9631, 9645, 9659, 9673, 9687, 9701, 9714, 9728, 9742, 9756, 9770, 9784, 9798, 9812, 9826, 9840, 9853, 9867, 9881, 9895, 9909, 9923, 9937, 9951, 9964, 9978, 9992, 10006, 10020, 10034, 10048, 10062, 10076, 10090, 10103, 10117, 10131, 10145, 10159, 10173, 10187, 10201, 10214, 10228, 10242, 10256, 10270, 10284, 10298, 10312, 10325, 10339, 10353}.
NOTE 7:
The SS raster entries apply for channel bandwidths larger than or equal to 40 MHz.
NOTE 8:
The SS raster entries apply for channel bandwidths smaller than 40 MHz.
NOTE 9:
The following GSCN are allowed for operation in band n102:
GSCN = {9535, 9548, 9562, 9576, 9590, 9603, 9617, 9631, 9645, 9659, 9673, 9687, 9701, 9714, 9728, 9742, 9756, 9770, 9784, 9798, 9812, 9826, 9840, 9853, 9867}
NOTE 10:
The SS raster entries apply for channel bandwidths larger than or equal to 10 MHz.
NOTE 11:
The SS raster entries apply for channel bandwidth equal to 5 MHz.
NOTE 12:
Only applicable for 20 PRB DCH transmission within 5 MHz channel with unpunctured PBCH defined in clause 7.4.3.1 of TS 38.211.
NR operating band SS Block SCS SS Block pattern (note 1) Range of GSCN
(First – <Step size> – Last)
n257120 kHzCase D22388 – <1> – 22558
240 kHzCase E22390 – <2> – 22556
n258120 kHzCase D22257 – <1> – 22443
240 kHzCase E22258 – <2> – 22442
n259120 kHzCase D23140 – <1> – 23369
240 kHzCase E23142 – <2> – 23368
n260120 kHzCase D22995 – <1> – 23166
240 kHzCase E22996 – <2> – 23164
n261120 kHzCase D22446 – <1> – 22492
240 kHzCase E22446 – <2> – 22490
n262120 kHzCase D23586 – <1> – 23641
240 kHzCase E23588 – <2> – 23640
n263120 kHzCase D Table 5.4.3.3-3
480 kHzCase F
960 kHz2Case G24162 – <6> – 24954
NOTE 1:
SS Block pattern is defined in clause 4.1 in TS 38.213.
NOTE 2:
SS Block SCS of 960 kHz is not used for initial access.
SS Block SCS Range of GSCN
120 kHz24156 + 6 * N – 3 * floor((N+5)/18), N=0:137
480 kHz24162 + 24 * N – 12 * floor((N+4)/18), N=0:33
NR operating band SS Block SCS SS Block pattern
(NOTE 1)
Range of GSCN
(First – <Step size> – Last)
n2615 kHzCase A30937 – <1> – 31100
n2815 kHzCase A30432 – <1> – 30644
n8515 kHzCase A30282 – <1> – 30359
n10015 kHzCase A31240 – <1> – 31242,
31244 – <1> – 31253,
416372
NOTE 1:
SS Block pattern is defined in clause 4.1 in TS 38.213.
NOTE 2:
Only applicable for 12 PRB DCH transmission within 3 MHz channel with punctured PBCH defined in clause 7.4.3.1 of TS 38.211.