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2  References

3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord‑p. 10

4  General PrinciplesWord‑p. 11

5  Determination of Test System Uncertainties

6  Determination of Test Tolerances

7  Grouping of test cases defined in TS 38.521-4

8  Grouping of test cases defined in TS 38.533Word‑p. 16

A  Derivation documents for test toleranceWord‑p. 20

A.1Void

A.2  Handling of common Test Tolerance topics for radiated test cases defined in TS 38.533

A.2.1  Angles of Arrival

A.2.2  UE Fine beams and Rough beams

A.2.3  UE internal noiseWord‑p. 23

A.2.4  Calculation of Es/Iot at UE baseband

A.2.5  Calculation of Applied Io

A.2.6  UE Reported RSRP and UE gain

A.2.7  Intra-frequency cells without AWGN, same Angle of Arrival

A.3  Test Tolerance analysis templates for radiated test cases awaiting completion

B  Acceptable uncertainty of test system for test cases defined in TS 38.521-2 for radiative testingWord‑p. 34

B.1  Uncertainty budget calculation principle

B.2  Measurement error contribution descriptions

B.2.1  Measurement error contribution descriptions for DFF

B.2.1.1  Positioning misalignment

B.2.1.2  Measure distance uncertainty

B.2.1.3  Quality of quiet zone

B.2.1.4  Mismatch

B.2.1.5  Standing Wave Between the DUT and measurement antennaWord‑p. 37

B.2.1.6  Uncertainty of the RF power measurement equipment

B.2.1.7  Phase curvatureWord‑p. 38

B.2.1.8  Amplifier uncertainties

B.2.1.9  Random uncertainty

B.2.1.10  Influence of the XPDWord‑p. 39

B.2.1.11  Insertion loss VariationWord‑p. 43

B.2.1.12  RF leakage (from measurement antenna to receiver/transmitter)

B.2.1.13  Misalignment of positioning System

B.2.1.14  Uncertainty of the Network Analyzer

B.2.1.15  Uncertainty of the absolute gain of the calibration antenna

B.2.1.16  Positioning and pointing misalignment between the reference antenna and the measurement antenna

B.2.1.17  gNB emulator uncertainty

B.2.1.18  Phase centre offset of calibrationWord‑p. 44

B.2.1.19  Quality of quiet zone for calibration process

B.2.1.20  Standing wave between reference calibration antenna and measurement antenna

B.2.1.21  Influence of the calibration antenna feed cable (Flexing cables, adapters, attenuators, connector repeatability)Word‑p. 45

B.2.1.22  Influence of TRP measurement grid

B.2.1.23  Influence of beam peak search grid

B.2.1.24  Systematic error due to TRP calculation/quadrature

B.2.1.25  Multiple measurement antenna uncertainty

B.2.1.26  DUT repositioning

B.2.1.27  Influence of noise

B.2.1.28  Systematic error related to beam peak searchWord‑p. 46

B.2.1.29  Influence of spherical coverage grid

B.2.1.30  Systematic error related to EIS spherical coverage

B.2.1.31  Misalignment of DUT due to change of DUT orientation

B.2.1.32  Additional Impact of Interferer ACLR

B.2.1.33  Modulated Interferer uncertainty

B.2.1.34  Influence of ETC on EIRP/EIS

B.2.2  Measurement error contribution descriptions for IFFWord‑p. 47

B.2.2.1  Positioning misalignment

B.2.2.2  Measure distance uncertainty

B.2.2.3  Quality of Quiet Zone

B.2.2.4  Mismatch

B.2.2.5  Standing wave between DUT and measurement antenna

B.2.2.6  Uncertainty of the RF power measurement equipment

B.2.2.7  Phase Curvature

B.2.2.8  Amplifier Uncertainties

B.2.2.9  Random uncertainty

B.2.2.10  Influence of XPD

B.2.2.11  Insertion Loss Variation

B.2.2.12  RF leakage (from measurement antenna to receiver/transmitter)

B.2.2.13  Misalignment of positioning systemWord‑p. 48

B.2.2.14  Uncertainty of the Network Analyzer

B.2.2.15  Uncertainty of the absolute gain of the calibration antenna

B.2.2.16  Positioning and pointing misalignment between the reference antenna and the measurement antenna

B.2.2.17  gNB emulator uncertainty

B.2.2.18  Phase centre offset of calibration

B.2.2.19  Quality of the Quiet Zone for Calibration Process

B.2.2.20  Standing wave between reference calibration antenna and measurement antenna

B.2.2.21  Influence of the calibration antenna feed cable (Flexing cables, adapters, attenuators, connector repeatability)

B.2.2.22  Influence of TRP measurement grid

B.2.2.23  Influence of beam peak search grid

B.2.2.24  Systematic error due to TRP calculation/quadrature

B.2.2.25  Multiple measurement antenna uncertainty

B.2.2.26  DUT repositioningWord‑p. 49

B.2.2.27  Influence of noise

B.2.2.28  Systematic error related to beam peak search

B.2.2.29  Influence of spherical coverage grid

B.2.2.30  Systematic error related to EIS spherical coverage

B.2.2.31  Misalignment of DUT due to change of DUT orientation

B.2.2.32  Additional Impact of Interferer ACLR

B.2.2.33  Modulated Interferer uncertainty

B.2.2.34  Influence of ETC on EIRP/EIS

B.2.3  Measurement error contribution descriptions for NFTF

B.3  UE maximum output power

B.4  UE maximum output power for modulation / channel bandwidthWord‑p. 67

B.5Void

B.6Void

B.7  Minimum Output power

B.8  Transmit OFF powerWord‑p. 79

B.9Void

B.10  Frequency errorWord‑p. 86

B.11_14Void

B.15  Occupied bandwidthWord‑p. 87

B.16  Spectrum emission mask

B.17  Adjacent Channel Leakage RatioWord‑p. 95

B.18  Spurious emissionsWord‑p. 104

B.19  Reference Sensitivity

B.20Void

B.21  Adjacent Channel SelectivityWord‑p. 140

B.22  In-Band BlockingWord‑p. 141

B.23Void

B.24Void

B.25  Receiver spurious emissionsWord‑p. 142

C  Acceptable uncertainty of test system for test cases defined in TS 38.521-3 for radiative testingWord‑p. 167

D  Acceptable uncertainty of test system for test cases defined in TS 38.521-4 for radiative testingWord‑p. 168

E  Acceptable uncertainty of test system for test cases defined in TS 38.533 for radiative testing

E.1  Uncertainty budget calculation principle

E.2  Measurement error contribution descriptions

E.3  Uncertainty assessment for RRM MU quantities.Word‑p. 177

$  Change historyWord‑p. 185


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