6.6.3 Operating band unwanted emissions

36.1413GPPBase Station (BS) conformance testingEvolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (E-UTRA)Release 17TS

6.6.3.1 Definition and applicability

Unless otherwise stated, the Operating band unwanted emission limits are defined from 10 MHz below the lowest frequency of each supported downlink operating band up to 10 MHz above the highest frequency of each supported downlink operating band (see Table 5.5-1).

The requirements shall apply whatever the type of transmitter considered (single carrier, multi-carrier and/or CA) and for all transmission modes foreseen by the manufacturer’s specification. In addition, for a BS operating in non-contiguous spectrum, the requirements apply inside any sub-block gap. In addition, for a BS operating in multiple bands, the requirements apply inside any Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

For BS capable of multi-band operation where multiple bands are mapped on separate antenna connectors, the single-band requirements apply and the cumulative evaluation of the emission limit in the Inter RF Bandwidth gap are not applicable.

For a BS supporting E-UTRA with guard band NB-IoT operation, the Operating band unwanted emissions requirements apply to E-UTRA carrier with channel bandwidth larger than or equal to 5 MHz.

The unwanted emission limits in the part of the downlink operating band that falls in the spurious domain are consistent with ITU-R Recommendation SM.329 [5].

For a multicarrier E-UTRA BS or BS configured for intra-band contiguous or non-contiguous carrier aggregation the definitions above apply to the lower edge of the carrier transmitted at the lowest carrier frequency and the upper edge of the carrier transmitted at the highest carrier frequency within a specified operating band.

For Wide Area BS, the requirements of either subclause 6.6.3.5.1 (Category A limits) or subclause 6.6.3.5.2 (Category B limits) shall apply.

For Local Area BS, the requirements of subclause 6.6.3.5.2A shall apply (Category A and B).

For Home BS, the requirements of subclause 6.6.3.5.2B shall apply (Category A and B).

For Medium Range BS, the requirements in subclause 6.6.3.5.2C shall apply (Category A and B).

The application of either Category A or Category B limits shall be the same as for Transmitter spurious emissions (Mandatory Requirements) in subclause 6.6.4.5.

For Category B Operating band unwanted emissions, there are two options for the limits that may be applied regionally. Either the limits in subclause 6.6.3.5.2.1 or subclause 6.6.3.5.2.2 shall be applied.

The requirements of subclauses 6.6.3.5.1 and 6.6.3.5.2 apply to Wide Area BS that supports E-UTRA with NB-IoT (in band and/or guard band). The requirements for Wide Area BS that supports standalone NB-IoT are in subclause 6.6.3.5.2E.

The requirements of subclause 6.6.3.5.2A apply to Local Area BS that supports E-UTRA with NB-IoT (in band and/or guard band). The requirements for Local Area BS that supports standalone NB-IoT are in subclause 6.6.3.5.2F.

The requirements of subclause 6.6.3.5.2B apply to Home BS that supports E-UTRA with NB-IoT (in band and/or guard band). The requirements for Home BS that supports standalone NB-IoT are in subclause 6.6.3.5.2G.

The requirements of subclauses 6.6.3.5.2C apply to Medium Range BS that supports E-UTRA with NB-IoT (in band and/or guard band). The requirements for Medium Range BS that supports standalone NB-IoT are in subclause 6.6.3.5.2H.

6.6.3.2 Minimum Requirement

The minimum requirement is in TS 36.104 [2] subclause 6.6.3.

6.6.3.3 Test purpose

This test measures the emissions of the BS, close to the assigned channel bandwidth of the wanted signal, while the transmitter is in operation.

6.6.3.4 Method of test

6.6.3.4.1 Initial conditions

Test environment: normal; see Annex D.2.

RF channels to be tested for single carrier: B, M and T; see subclause 4.7.

Base Station RF Bandwidth position to be tested for multi-carrier and/or CA: BRFBW, MRFBW and TRFBW in single-band operation, see subclause 4.7.1; BRFBW_T’RFBW and B’RFBW_TRFBW in multi-band operation, see subclause 4.7.1.

1) Connect the signal analyzer to the base station antenna connector as shown in Annex I.1.1.

As a general rule, the resolution bandwidth of the measuring equipment should be equal to the measurement bandwidth. However, to improve measurement accuracy, sensitivity, efficiency and avoiding e.g. carrier leakage, the resolution bandwidth may be smaller than the measurement bandwidth. When the resolution bandwidth is smaller than the measurement bandwidth, the result should be integrated over the measurement bandwidth in order to obtain the equivalent noise bandwidth of the measurement bandwidth.

2) Detection mode: True RMS.

6.6.3.4.2 Procedure

1) For a E-UTRA BS declared to be capable of single carrier operation only, set the BS transmission at manufacturer’s declared rated output power. Channel set-up shall be according to E-TM 1.1.

For a E-UTRA BS declared to be capable of multi-carrier and/or CA operation, set the base station to transmit according to E-TM1.1 on all carriers configured using the applicable test configuration and corresponding power setting specified in clause 4.10 and 4.11.

For a E-UTRA BS declared to be capable of NB-IoT in-band operation, start transmission according to [E-TM1.1] with the NB-IoT PRB constructed according to N-TM at manufacturer’s declared rated output power.

For a E-UTRA BS declared to be capable of NB-IoT guard-band operation, start transmission according to E-TM1.1 with the NB-IoT PRB constructed according to N-TM at manufacturer’s declared rated output power.

For a NB-IoT BS declared to be capable of single carrier operation, start transmission according to N-TM at manufacturer’s declared rated output power.

For a NB-IoT BS declared to be capable of multi-carrier in contiguous spectrum operation in single band only, start transmission according to N-TM on all carriers configured using in the applicable test configuration and corresponding power setting specified in clause 4.10 and 4.11.

For a E-UTRA and NB-IoT standalone BS declared to be capable of multi-carrier in contiguous spectrum operation in single band only, start transmission according to E-TM1.1 on all E-UTRA carriers and N-TM on all NB-IoT carriers configured using in the applicable test configuration and corresponding power setting specified in clause 4.10 and 4.11.

2) Step the centre frequency of the measurement filter in contiguous steps and measure the emission within the specified frequency ranges with the specified measurement bandwidth. For BS operating in multiple bands or non-contiguous spectrum, the emission within the Inter RF Bandwidth or sub-block gap shall be measured using the specified measurement bandwidth from the closest RF Bandwidth or sub block edge.

3) For E-UTRA, repeat the test with the channel set-up according to E-TM 1.2

In addition, for a multi-band capable BS, the following step shall apply:

4) For multi-band capable BS and single band tests, repeat the steps above per involved band where single band test configurations and test models shall apply with no carrier activated in the other band. For multi-band capable BS with separate antenna connector, the antenna connector not being under test in case of single-band or multi-band test shall be terminated.

6.6.3.5 Test requirement

The measurement results in step 2 of 6.6.3.4.2 shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in the tables below, where:

– f is the separation between the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge frequency and the nominal -3dB point of the measuring filter closest to the carrier frequency.

– f_offset is the separation between the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge frequency and the centre of the measuring filter.

– f_offsetmax is the offset to the frequency 10 MHz outside the downlink operating band.

– fmax is equal to f_offsetmax minus half of the bandwidth of the measuring filter.

For BS operating in multiple bands, inside any Inter RF Bandwidth gaps with Wgap < 20 MHz, emissions shall not exceed the cumulative sum of the test requirements specified at the Base Station RF Bandwidth edges on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap. The test requirement for Base Station RF Bandwidth edge is specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.1-1 to 6.6.3.5.3-3 below, where in this case:

– f is the separation between the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge frequency and the nominal -3 dB point of the measuring filter closest to the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge.

– f_offset is the separation between the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge frequency and the centre of the measuring filter.

– f_offsetmax is equal to the Inter RF Bandwidth gap minus half of the bandwidth of the measuring filter.

– fmax is equal to f_offsetmax minus half of the bandwidth of the measuring filter.

For BS capable of multi-band operation where multiple bands are mapped on the same antenna connector, the operating band unwanted emission limits apply also in a supported operating band without any carrier transmitted, in the case where there are carrier(s) transmitted in other supported operating band(s). In this case where there is no carrier transmitted in an operating band, the operating band unwanted emission limit, as defined in the tables of the present subclause for the largest frequency offset (fmax), of a band where there is no carrier transmitted shall apply from 10 MHz below the lowest frequency, up to 10 MHz above the highest frequency of the supported downlink operating band without any carrier transmitted. And, no cumulative limit is applied in the inter-band gap between a supported downlink operating band with carrier(s) transmitted and a supported downlink operating band without any carrier transmitted.

In addition inside any sub-block gap for a BS operating in non-contiguous spectrum, measurement results shall not exceed the cumulative sum of the test requirements specified for the adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. The test requirement for each sub block is specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.1-1 to 6.6.3.5.3-3 below, where in this case:

– f is the separation between the sub block edge frequency and the nominal -3 dB point of the measuring filter closest to the sub block edge.

– f_offset is the separation between the sub block edge frequency and the centre of the measuring filter.

– f_offsetmax is equal to the sub block gap bandwidth minus half of the bandwidth of the measuring filter.

– fmax is equal to f_offsetmax minus half of the bandwidth of the measuring filter.

6.6.3.5.1 Test requirements for Wide Area BS (Category A)

For E-UTRA BS operating in Bands 5, 6, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 44, 71, 72, 73, 85, 87, 88 emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.1‑1 to 6.6.3.5.1-3.

Table 6.6.3.5.1-1: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (E‑UTRA bands <1GHz) for Category A

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-9.5 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

2.85 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -13dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.1-2: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (E‑UTRA bands <1GHz) for Category A

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-13.5 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -13dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.1-3: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands <1GHz) for Category A

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f <

min(10 MHz, fmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset <

min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-12.5 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm (Note 5)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -13dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

For E-UTRA BS operating in Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10, 11, 21, 23, 24, 25, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 45, 48, 50, 65, 66, 69, 70, 74, 75 emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.1-4, 6.6.3.5.1-5 and 6.6.3.5.1-6:

For E-UTRA BS operating in Bands 22, 42, 43, 52, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.1-4a, 6.6.3.5.1-5a and 6.6.3.5.1-6a:

Table 6.6.3.5.1-4: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (1GHz < E‑UTRA bands ≤ 3GHz) for Category A

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-9.5 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

3.3 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -13dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.1-4a: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (E‑UTRA bands >3GHz) for Category A

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-9.2 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

3.3 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -13dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.1-5: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (1GHz < E‑UTRA bands ≤ 3GHz) for Category A

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-13.5 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -13dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.1-5a: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (E‑UTRA bands >3GHz) for Category A

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-13.2 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -13dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.1-6: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (1GHz < E-UTRA bands ≤ 3GHz) for Category A

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f <

min(10 MHz, fmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset <

min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-12.5 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm (Note 9)

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -13dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.1-6a: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands >3GHz) for Category A

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f <

min(10 MHz, fmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset <

min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-12.2 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm (Note 9)

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -13dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

6.6.3.5.2 Test requirements for Wide Area BS (Category B)

For Category B Operating band unwanted emissions, there are two options for the limits that may be applied regionally. Either the limits in subclause 6.6.3.5.2.1 or subclause 6.6.3.5.2.2 shall be applied.

6.6.3.5.2.1 Category B test requirements (Option 1)

For E-UTRA BS operating in Bands 5, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 20, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 44, 67, 68, 71, 72, 73, 85, 87, 88 emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2.1-1 to 6.6.3.5.2.1-3:

Table 6.6.3.5.2.1-1: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (E‑UTRA bands <1GHz) for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-9.5 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

2.85 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-16 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -16dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2.1-2: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (E‑UTRA bands <1GHz) for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-13.5 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-16 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -16dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2.1-3: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands <1GHz) for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f <

min(10 MHz, fmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset <

min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-12.5 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-16 dBm (Note 9)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -16dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

For E-UTRA BS operating in Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 10, 25, 30, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 45, 48, 50, 65, 66, 69, 70, 75 emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2.1-4, 6.6.3.5.2.1-5 and 6.6.3.5.2.1-6:

For E-UTRA BS operating in Bands 22, 42, 43, 52, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2.1-4a, 6.6.3.5.2.1-5a and 6.6.3.5.2.1-6a:

Table 6.6.3.5.2.1-4: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (1GHz < E‑UTRA bands ≤ 3GHz) for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-9.5 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

3.3 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -15dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.2.1-4a: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (E‑UTRA bands >3GHz) for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-9.2 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

3.3 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -15dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.2.1-5: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (1GHz < E‑UTRA bands ≤ 3GHz) for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-13.5 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -15dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.2.1-5a: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (E‑UTRA bands >3GHz) for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-13.2 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -15dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.2.1-6: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (1GHz < E-UTRA bands ≤ 3GHz) for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f <

min(10 MHz, fmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset <

min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-12.5 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm (Note 9)

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -15dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

Table 6.6.3.5.2.1-6a: Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands >3GHz) for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f <

min(10 MHz, fmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset <

min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-12.2 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm (Note 9)

1MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -15dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

6.6.3.5.2.2 Category B (Option 2)

The limits in this subclause are intended for Europe and may be applied regionally for BS operating in band 1, 3, 7, 8, 32, 33, 34, 38, 65 or 69.

For a BS operating in band 1, 3, 7, 8, 32, 33, 34, 38, 65 or 69, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.2.2-1 below for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth:

Table 6.6.3.5.2.2-1: Regional Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits in band 1, 3, 7, 8, 32, 33, 34, 38, 65 or 69 for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 0.2 MHz

0.015MHz f_offset < 0.215MHz

-12.5dBm

30 kHz

0.2 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.215MHz f_offset < 1.015MHz

30 kHz

(Note 8)

1.015MHz f_offset < 1.5 MHz

-24.5dBm

30 kHz

1 MHz f

min( 10 MHz , fmax)

1.5 MHz f_offset <

min(10.5 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-11.5dBm

1 MHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm (Note 9)

1 MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -15dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

For a BS operating in band 3, 8 or 65, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.2.2‑2 below for 3 MHz channel bandwidth:

Table 6.6.3.5.2.2-2: Regional Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits in band 3, 8 or 65 for 3 MHz channel bandwidth for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 0.05 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.065 MHz

30 kHz

0.05 MHz f < 0.15 MHz

0. 065 MHz f_offset < 0.165 MHz

30 kHz

0.15 MHz f < 0.2 MHz

0.165MHz f_offset < 0.215MHz

-12.5dBm

30 kHz

0.2 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.215MHz f_offset < 1.015MHz

30 kHz

(Note 8)

1.015MHz f_offset < 1.5 MHz

-24.5dBm

30 kHz

1 MHz f

6 MHz

1.5MHz f_offset < 6.5 MHz,

-11.5dBm

1 MHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm

1 MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -15dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

For a BS operating in band 3, 8 or 65, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.2.2‑3 below for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth:

Table 6.6.3.5.2.2-3: Regional Wide Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits in band 3, 8 or 65 for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth for Category B

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 0.05 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.065 MHz

30 kHz

0.05 MHz f < 0.15 MHz

0. 065 MHz f_offset < 0.165 MHz

30 kHz

0.15 MHz f < 0.2 MHz

0.165MHz f_offset < 0.215MHz

-12.5 dBm

30 kHz

0.2 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.215MHz f_offset < 1.015MHz

30 kHz

(Note 8)

1.015MHz f_offset < 1.5 MHz

-24.5 dBm

30 kHz

1 MHz f 2.8 MHz

1.5 MHz f_offset < 3.3 MHz

-11.5 dBm

1 MHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

3.3 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm

1 MHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -15dBm/1MHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap, where the contribution from the far-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth shall be scaled according to the measurement bandwidth of the near-end sub-block or RF Bandwidth.

6.6.3.5.2A Test requirements for Local Area BS (Category A and B)

For Local Area BS in E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2A-1, 6.6.3.5.2A-2 and 6.6.3.5.2A-3.

For Local Area BS in E-UTRA bands >3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2A-1a, 6.6.3.5.2A-2a and 6.6.3.5.2A-3a.

Table 6.6.3.5.2A-1: Local Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-29.5 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

2.85 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-31 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -31 dBm/100 kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2A-1a: Local Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-29.2 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

2.85 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-31 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -31 dBm/100 kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2A-2: Local Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-33.5 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-35 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -35 dBm/100 kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2A-2a: Local Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-33.2 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-35 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -35 dBm/100 kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2A-3: Local Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f <

min(10 MHz, fmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset <

min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-35.5 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-37 dBm (Note 9)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -37 dBm/100 kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2A-3a: Local Area BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f <

min(10 MHz, fmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset <

min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-35.2 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-37 dBm (Note 9)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -37 dBm/100 kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

6.6.3.5.2B Test requirements for Home BS (Category A and B)

For Home BS in E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2B-1, 6.6.3.5.2B-2 and 6.6.3.5.2B-3.

For Home BS in E-UTRA bands >3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2B-1a, 6.6.3.5.2B-2a and 6.6.3.5.2B-3a.

Table 6.6.3.5.2B-1: Home BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-34.5 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

3.3 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

1MHz

Table 6.6.3.5.2B-1a: Home BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-34.2 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

3.3 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

1MHz

Table 6.6.3.5.2B-2: Home BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-38.5 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

1MHz

Table 6.6.3.5.2B-2a: Home BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-38.2 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

1MHz

Table 6.6.3.5.2B-3: Home BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-40.5 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

(Note 9)

1MHz

Table 6.6.3.5.2B-3a: Home BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-40.2 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

(Note 9)

1MHz

6.6.3.5.2C Test requirements for Medium Range BS (Category A and B)

For Medium Range BS in E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2C-1, 6.6.3.5.2C-2, 6.6.3.5.2C-3, 6.6.3.5.2C-4, 6.6.3.5.2C-5 and 6.6.3.5.2C-6.

For Medium Range BS in E-UTRA bands >3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2C-1a, 6.6.3.5.2C-2a, 6.6.3.5.2C-3a, 6.6.3.5.2C-4a, 6.6.3.5.2C-5a and 6.6.3.5.2C-6a.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-1: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth, 31 < Prated,c 38 dBm (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

Prated,c-53.5dB

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

2.85 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-25dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -25dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-1a: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth, 31 < Prated,c 38 dBm (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

Prated,c-53.2dB

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

2.85 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-25dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -25dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-2: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth, Prated,c 31 dBm (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-22.5 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

2.85 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-25dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -25dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-2a: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 1.4 MHz channel bandwidth, Prated,c 31 dBm (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1.4 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.45 MHz

100 kHz

1.4 MHz f < 2.8 MHz

1.45 MHz f_offset < 2.85 MHz

-22.2 dBm

100 kHz

2.8 MHz f fmax

2.85 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-25dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -25dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-3: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth, 31 < Prated,c 38 dBm (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

Prated,c-57.5dB

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

Min(Prated,c-59dB, -25dBm)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be Min(Prated,c-59dB, -25dBm)/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-3a: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth, 31 < Prated,c 38 dBm (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

Prated,c-57.2dB

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

Min(Prated,c-59dB, -25dBm)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be Min(Prated,c-59dB, -25dBm)/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-4: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth, Prated,c 31 dBm (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-26.5 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-28 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -28dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-4a: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 3 MHz channel bandwidth, Prated,c 31 dBm (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 3 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 3.05 MHz

100 kHz

3 MHz f < 6 MHz

3.05 MHz f_offset < 6.05 MHz

-26.2 dBm

100 kHz

6 MHz f fmax

6.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-28 dBm

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -28dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-5: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth, 31< Prated,c 38 dBm (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

Prated,c-58.5dB

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

Min(Prated,c60dB, -25dBm) (Note 9)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be Min(Prated,c-60dB, -25dBm)/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-5a: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth, 31< Prated,c 38 dBm (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

Prated,c-58.2dB

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

Min(Prated,c-60dB, -25dBm) (Note 9)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be Min(Prated,c-60dB, -25dBm)/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-6: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth, Prated,c 31 dBm (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-27.5 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-29 dBm (Note 9)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -29dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2C-6a: Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits for 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz channel bandwidth, Prated,c 31 dBm (E-UTRA bands >3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-27.2 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-29 dBm (Note 9)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the test requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the test requirement within sub-block gaps shall be -29dBm/100kHz.

NOTE 2: For BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the test requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

6.6.3.5.2D Minimum requirements for Local Area and Medium Range BS in Band 46 (Category A and B)

For Local Area and Medium Range BS operating in Band 46, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2D-1 and 6.6.3.5.2D-2.

Table 6.6.3.5.2D-1: Local Area and Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits in Band 46 for 20MHz channel bandwidth

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 1.05 MHz

100 kHz

1 MHz f < min(10 MHz, fmax)

1.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

100 kHz

10 MHz f < min(20 MHz, fmax)

10.05 MHz f_offset < min(20.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

100 kHz

20 MHz f < min(170 MHz, fmax)

20.05 MHz f_offset < min(170.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

Max(Prated,c – 62.6dB, -40dBm)

100 kHz

170 MHz f < min(206 MHz, fmax)

170.05 MHz f_offset < min(206.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

Max(Prated,c – 64.6dB, -40dBm)

100 kHz

206 MHz f fmax

206.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

Max(Prated,c – 69.6dB, -40dBm)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band, the minimum requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 20 MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the minimum requirement within sub-block gaps shall be Max (Prated,c – 62.6dB, -40 dBm)/100kHz.

Table 6.6.3.5.2D-2: Local Area and Medium Range BS operating band unwanted emission limits in Band 46 for 10 MHz channel bandwidth

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement (Note 1)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 8)

0 MHz f < 0.5 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 0.55 MHz

100 kHz

0.5 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.55 MHz f_offset < min(5.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

100 kHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, fmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

100 kHz

10 MHz f < min(85 MHz, fmax)

10.05 MHz f_offset < min(85.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

Max(Prated,c – 57.3dB, -40dBm)

100 kHz

85 MHz f < min(103 MHz, fmax)

85.05 MHz f_offset < min(103.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

Max(Prated,c – 59.3dB, -40dBm)

100 kHz

103 MHz f fmax

103.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

Max(Prated,c – 64.3dB, -40dBm)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band, the minimum requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap. Exception is f ≥ 10 MHz from both adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub-block gap, where the minimum requirement within sub-block gaps shall be Max (Prated,c – 57.3dB, -40 dBm)/100kHz.

6.6.3.5.2E Minimum requirements for stand-alone NB-IoT Wide Area BS

For stand-alone NB-IoT BS in E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2E-1.

Table 6.6.3.5.2E-1: Stand-alone NB-IoT BS operating band unwanted emission limits (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Minimum requirement (Note 1, 2, 3, 4)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 0.05 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.065 MHz

30 kHz

0.05 MHz f < 0.15 MHz

0.065 MHz f_offset < 0.165 MHz

30 kHz

0.15 MHz f < 0.2 MHz

0.165 MHz f_offset < 0.215 MHz

-12.5 dBm

30 kHz

0.2 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.215 MHz f_offset < 1.015 MHz

30 kHz

(Note 8)

1.015 MHz f_offset < 1.5 MHz

-24.5 dBm

30 kHz

1 MHz f

min(fmax, 10 MHz)

1.5 MHz f_offset < min(f_offsetmax, 10.5 MHz)

-11.5 dBm

1 MHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-15 dBm (Note 9)

1 MHz

NOTE 1: The limits in this table only apply for operation with a standalone NB-IoT carrier adjacent to the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge.

NOTE 2: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the minimum requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap.

NOTE 3: For a BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the minimum requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.]

NOTE 4: In case the carrier adjacent to the RF bandwidth edge is a standalone NB-IoT carrier, the value of X = PNB-IoTcarrier – 43, where PNB-IoTcarrier is the power level of the standalone NB-IoT carrier adjacent to the RF bandwidth edge. In other cases, X = 0.

NOTE 5: For BS that only support E-UTRA and NB-IoT multi-carrier operation, the requirements in this table do not apply to an E-UTRA BS from Release 8, which is upgraded to support E-UTRA and NB-IoT multi-carrier operation, where the upgrade does not affect existing RF parts of the radio unit related to the requirements in this table. In this case, the requirements in subclauses 6.6.3.5.1 and 6.6.3.5.2 shall apply.

6.6.3.5.2F Minimum requirements for stand-alone NB-IoT Local Area BS

For stand-alone NB-IoT BS in E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.2F-1.

Table 6.6.3.5.2F-1: Stand-alone NB-IoT BS operating band unwanted emission limits (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Minimum requirement (Note 1, 2, 3, 4)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 0.05 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.065 MHz

30 kHz

0.05 MHz f < 0.16 MHz

0.065 MHz f_offset < 0.175 MHz

30 kHz

0.16 MHz f < 5 MHz

(Note 8)

0.175 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-35.5 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-37 dBm (Note 9)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: The limits in this table only apply for operation with a standalone NB-IoT carrier adjacent to the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge.

NOTE 2: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the minimum requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap.

NOTE 3: For a BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the minimum requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

NOTE 4: In case the carrier adjacent to the RF bandwidth edge is a standalone NB-IoT carrier, the value of X = PNB-IoTcarrier – 24, where PNB-IoTcarrier is the power level of the standalone NB-IoT carrier adjacent to the RF bandwidth edge. In other cases, X = 0.

6.6.3.5.2G Minimum requirements for stand-alone NB-IoT Home BS

For stand-alone NB-IoT BS in E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.2G-1.

Table 6.6.3.5.2G-1: Stand-alone NB-IoT BS operating band unwanted emission limits (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz)

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Minimum requirement (Note 1, 2)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 0.05 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.065 MHz

30 kHz

0.05 MHz f < 0.16 MHz

0.065 MHz f_offset < 0.175 MHz

30 kHz

0.16 MHz f < 5 MHz

(Note 8)

0.175 MHz f_offset < 5.05 MHz

100 kHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.05 MHz f_offset < min(10.05 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-39.5 dBm

100 kHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-41 dBm (Note 9)

100 kHz

NOTE 1: The limits in this table only apply for operation with a standalone NB-IoT carrier adjacent to the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge.

NOTE 2: In case the carrier adjacent to the RF bandwidth edge is a standalone NB-IoT carrier, the value of X = PNB-IoTcarrier – 20, where PNB-IoTcarrier is the power level of the standalone NB-IoT carrier adjacent to the RF bandwidth edge. In other cases, X = 0.

6.6.3.5.2H Minimum requirements for stand-alone NB-IoT Medium Range BS

For stand-alone NB-IoT BS in E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.2H-1 and 6.6.3.5.2H-2.

Table 6.6.3.5.2H-1: Stand-alone NB-IoT BS operating band unwanted emission limits (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz), BS maximum output power 31 < Prated,c 38 dBm

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Minimum requirement (Note 1, 2, 3, 4)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 0.05 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.065 MHz

30 kHz

0.05 MHz f < 0.15 MHz

0.065 MHz f_offset < 0.165 MHz

30 kHz

0.15 MHz f < 0.6 MHz (Note 1)

0.165MHz f_offset < 0.615MHz

30 kHz

0.6 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.615MHz f_offset < 1.015MHz

30 kHz

(Note 8)

1.015MHz f_offset < 1.5 MHz

Prated,c – 63.5 dB

30 kHz

1 MHz f 2.8 MHz

1.5 MHz f_offset < 3.3 MHz

Prated,c – 50.5 dB

1 MHz

2.8 MHz f 5 MHz

3.3 MHz f_offset < 5.5 MHz

min(Prated,c – 50.5 dB, -13.5dBm)

1 MHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.5 MHz f_offset < min(10.5 MHz, f_offsetmax)

Prated,c – 54.5 dB

1 MHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

Prated,c -56dB (Note 9)

1 MHz

NOTE 1: The limits in this table only apply for operation with a standalone NB-IoT carrier adjacent to the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge.

NOTE 2: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the minimum requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap.

NOTE 3: For a BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the minimum requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

Table 6.6.3.5.2H-2: Stand-alone NB-IoT BS operating band unwanted emission limits (E-UTRA bands ≤3GHz), BS maximum output power Prated,c 31 dBm

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Minimum requirement (Note 1, 2, 3, 4)

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

0 MHz f < 0.05 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.065 MHz

30 kHz

0.05 MHz f < 0.15 MHz

0.065 MHz f_offset < 0.165 MHz

30 kHz

0.15 MHz f < 0.6 MHz (Note 1)

0.165MHz f_offset < 0.615MHz

30 kHz

0.6 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.615MHz f_offset < 1.015MHz

30 kHz

(Note 8)

1.015MHz f_offset < 1.5 MHz

-32.5 dBm

30 kHz

1 MHz f 5 MHz

1.5 MHz f_offset < 5.5 MHz

-19.5 dBm

1 MHz

5 MHz f < min(10 MHz, Δfmax)

5.5 MHz f_offset < min(10.5 MHz, f_offsetmax)

-23.5 dBm

1 MHz

10 MHz f fmax

10.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-25 dBm (Note 9)

1 MHz

NOTE 1: The limits in this table only apply for operation with a standalone NB-IoT carrier adjacent to the Base Station RF Bandwidth edge.

NOTE 2: For a BS supporting non-contiguous spectrum operation within any operating band the minimum requirement within sub-block gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub blocks on each side of the sub block gap.

NOTE 3: For a BS supporting multi-band operation with Inter RF Bandwidth gap < 20MHz the minimum requirement within the Inter RF Bandwidth gaps is calculated as a cumulative sum of contributions from adjacent sub-blocks or RF Bandwidth on each side of the Inter RF Bandwidth gap.

NOTE 4: In case the carrier adjacent to the RF bandwidth edge is a standalone NB-IoT carrier, the value of X = PNB-IoTcarrier – 31, where PNB-IoTcarrier is the power level of the standalone NB-IoT carrier adjacent to the RF bandwidth edge. In other cases, X = 0.

6.6.3.5.3 Additional requirements

In certain regions the following requirement may apply. For E-UTRA, E-UTRA with NB-IoT and NB-IoT BS operating in Bands 5, 26, 27 or 28, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Tables 6.6.3.5.3-1.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-1: Additional operating band unwanted emission limits for E-UTRA bands <1GHz

Channel bandwidth

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

200 kHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.005 MHz f_offset < 0.995 MHz

-6 dBm

10 kHz

1.4 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.005 MHz f_offset < 0.995 MHz

-14 dBm

10 kHz

3 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.985 MHz

-13 dBm

30 kHz

5 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.985 MHz

-15 dBm

30 kHz

10 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 0.95 MHz

-13 dBm

100 kHz

15 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 0.95 MHz

-13 dBm

100 kHz

20 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 0.95 MHz

-13 dBm

100 kHz

All

1 MHz f < fmax

1.05 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm

100 kHz

In certain regions the following requirement may apply. For E-UTRA, E-UTRA with NB-IoT and NB-IoT BS operating in Bands 2, 4, 10, 23, 25, 30, 35, 36, 41, 66, 70, emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.3-2.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-2: Additional operating band unwanted emission limits for E-UTRA bands>1GHz

Channel bandwidth

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

200 kHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.005 MHz f_offset < 0.995 MHz

-6 dBm

10 kHz

1.4 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.005 MHz f_offset < 0.995 MHz

-14 dBm

10 kHz

3 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.985 MHz

-13 dBm

30 kHz

5 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.985 MHz

-15 dBm

30 kHz

10 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 0.95 MHz

-13 dBm

100 kHz

15 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 0.95 MHz

-15 dBm

100 kHz

20 MHz

0 MHz f < 1 MHz

0.05 MHz f_offset < 0.95 MHz

-16 dBm

100 kHz

All

1 MHz f < fmax

1.5 MHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm

1 MHz

In certain regions the following requirement may apply. For E-UTRA, E-UTRA with NB-IoT and NB-IoT BS operating in Bands 12, 13, 14, 17, 29, 71, 85 emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.3-3.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-3: Additional operating band unwanted emission limits for E-UTRA (bands 12, 13, 14, 17, 29, 71 and 85)

Channel bandwidth

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Test requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

All

0 MHz f < 100 kHz

0.015 MHz f_offset < 0.085 MHz

-13 dBm

30 kHz

All

100 kHz f < fmax

150 kHz f_offset < f_offsetmax

-13 dBm

100 kHz

In certain regions, the following requirements may apply to an E-UTRA TDD BS operating in the same geographic area and in the same operating band as another E-UTRA TDD system without synchronisation. For this case the emissions shall not exceed -52 dBm/MHz in each supported downlink operating band, except in:

– The frequency range from 10 MHz below the lower channel edge to the frequency 10 MHz above the upper channel edge of each supported band.

In certain regions the following requirement may apply for protection of DTT. For E-UTRA BS operating in Band 20, the level of emissions in the band 470-790 MHz, measured in an 8MHz filter bandwidth on centre frequencies Ffilter according to Table 6.6.3.3-4, shall not exceed the maximum emission level PEM,N declared by the manufacturer. This requirement applies in the frequency range 470-790 MHz even though part of the range falls in the spurious domain.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-4: Declared emissions levels for protection of DTT

Filter centre frequency, Ffilter

Measurement bandwidth

Declared emission level [dBm]

Ffilter = 8*N + 306 (MHz);
21 ≤ N ≤ 60

8 MHz

PEM,N

Note: The regional requirement is defined in terms of EIRP (effective isotropic radiated power), which is dependent on both the BS emissions at the antenna connector and the deployment (including antenna gain and feeder loss). The requirement defined above provides the characteristics of the base station needed to verify compliance with the regional requirement. Compliance with the regional requirement can be determined using the method outlined in Annex G of [2].

Table 6.6.3.5.3-5: Void

In regions where FCC regulation applies, requirements for protection of GPS according to FCC Order DA 20-48 applies for operation in Band 24. The following normative requirement covers the base station, to be used together with other information about the site installation to verify compliance with the requirement in FCC Order DA 20-48. The requirement applies to BS operating in Band 24 to ensure that appropriate interference protection is provided to the 1541 – 1650 MHz band. This requirement applies to the frequency range 1541-1650 MHz, even though part of this range falls within the spurious domain.

The level of emissions in the 1541 – 1650 MHz band, measured in measurement bandwidth according to Table 6.6.3.5.3-6 shall not exceed the maximum emission levels PEM,B24,a, PEM,B24,b, PEM,B24,c, PEM,B24,d, PEM,B24,e and PEM,B24,f declared by the manufacturer.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-6: Declared emissions levels for protection of the 1541-1650 MHz band

Operating Band

Frequency range

Declared emission level (dBW)

(Measurement bandwidth = 1 MHz)

Declared emission level (dBW) of discrete emissions of less than 700 Hz bandwidth

(Measurement bandwidth = 1 kHz)

Declared emission level (dBW) of discrete emissions of less than 2 kHz bandwidth

(Measurement bandwidth = 1 kHz)

24

1541 – 1559 MHz

PEM,B24,a

PEM,B24,f

1559 – 1610 MHz

PEM,B24,b

PEM,B24,d

1610 – 1650 MHz

PEM,B24,c

PEM,B24,e

Note: The regional requirements in FCC Order DA 20-48 are defined in terms of EIRP (effective isotropic radiated power), which is dependent on both the BS emissions at the antenna connector and the deployment (including antenna gain and feeder loss). The EIRP level is calculated using: PEIRP = PE + Gant where PE denotes the BS unwanted emission level at the antenna connector, Gant equals the BS antenna gain minus feeder loss. The requirement defined above provides the characteristics of the base station needed to verify compliance with the regional requirement.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-7: Void

In certain regions, the following requirements may apply to E-UTRA BS operating in Band 32 within 1452-1492 MHz, in Band 75 within 1432-1517 MHz and in Band 76 within 1427-1432 MH. The level of operating band unwanted emissions, measured on centre frequencies f_offset with filter bandwidth, according to Table 6.6.3.5.3-8, shall neither exceed the maximum emission level PEM,B32,B75,B76,a , PEM,B32,B75,B76,b nor PEM,B32,B75,B76,c declared by the manufacturer.

For Band 32, this requirement applies in the frequency range 1452-1492 MHz when non-Mobile/Fixed Communications Network (MFCN) services are deployed in adjacent frequency ranges, while it applies also within 1427-1452 MHz and/or 1492-1517 MHz when MFCN services are deployed in such frequency ranges, even though part of the ranges falls in the spurious domain. For Band 75, this requirement applies in the frequency range 1427-1517 MHz. For Band 76, this requirement applies in the frequency range 1432-1517 MHz even though part of the range falls in the spurious domain.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-8: Declared operating band 32, 75 and 76 unwanted emission within 1427-1517 MHz

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Declared emission level [dBm]

Measurement bandwidth

2.5 MHz

PEM,B32,a, B75, B76

5 MHz

7.5 MHz

PEM,B32,b, B75, B76

5 MHz

12.5 MHz ≤ f_offset ≤ f_offsetmax,B32

PEM,B32,c, B75, B76

5 MHz

NOTE: For Band 32, when non-MFCN services are deployed in the adjacent bands, f_offsetmax  denotes the frequency difference between the lower channel edge and 1454.5 MHz, and the frequency difference between the upper channel edge and 1489.5 MHz for the set channel position. For Band 32, when MFCN services are deployed in the adjacent frequencies, Band 75 and Band 76, f_offsetmax denotes the frequency difference between the lower channel edge and 1429.5 MHz, and the frequency difference between the upper channel edge and 1514.5 MHz for the set channel position.

NOTE: The regional requirement, included in [19] and [20], is defined in terms of EIRP per antenna, which is dependent on both the BS emissions at the antenna connector and the deployment (including antenna gain and feeder loss). The requirement defined above provides the characteristics of the base station needed to verify compliance with the regional requirement. The assessment of the EIRP level is described in Annex H of TS 36.104 [2].

In certain regions, the following requirement may apply to E-UTRA BS operating in Band 32 within 1452-1492 MHz for the protection of non-MFCN services in spectrum adjacent to the frequency range 1452-1492 MHz. The level of emissions, measured on centre frequencies Ffilter with filter bandwidth according to Table 6.6.3.5.3-9, shall neither exceed the maximum emission level PEM,B32,d nor PEM,B32,e declared by the manufacturer. This requirement applies in the frequency range 1429-1518MHz even though part of the range falls in the spurious domain.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-9: Operating band 32 declared emission outside 1452-1492 MHz

Filter centre frequency, Ffilter

Declared emission level [dBm]

Measurement bandwidth

1429.5 MHz ≤ Ffilter ≤ 1448.5 MHz

PEM,B32,d

1 MHz

Ffilter = 1450.5 MHz

PEM,B32,e

3 MHz

Ffilter = 1493.5 MHz

PEM,B32,e

3 MHz

1495.5 MHz ≤ Ffilter ≤ 1517.5 MHz

PEM,B32,d

1 MHz

NOTE: The regional requirement, included in [19], is defined in terms of EIRP, which is dependent on both the BS emissions at the antenna connector and the deployment (including antenna gain and feeder loss). The requirement defined above provides the characteristics of the base station needed to verify compliance with the regional requirement. The assessment of the EIRP level is described in Annex H of TS 36.104 [2].

In certain regions, the following requirement may apply to BS operating in Band 50 and Band 75 within 1492-1517 MHz and in Band 74 within 1492-1518 MHz. The level of emissions, measured on centre frequencies Ffilter with filter bandwidth according to Table 6.6.3.5.3-9A, shall neither exceed the maximum emission level PEM,B50,B74,B75,a nor PEM,B50,B74,B75,b declared by the manufacturer.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-9A: Operating band 50, 74 and 75 declared emission above 1518 MHz

Filter centre frequency, Ffilter

Declared emission level [dBm]

Measurement bandwidth

1518.5 MHz ≤ Ffilter ≤ 1519.5 MHz

PEM,B50,B74,B75,a

1 MHz

1520.5 MHz ≤ Ffilter ≤ 1558.5 MHz

PEM,B50,B74,B75,b

1 MHz

NOTE: The regional requirement, included in [20], is defined in terms of EIRP, which is dependent on both the BS emissions at the antenna connector and the deployment (including antenna gain and feeder loss). The requirement defined above provides the characteristics of the base station needed to verify compliance with the regional requirement. The assessment of the EIRP level is described in Annex H.

In certain regions, the following requirement may apply to E-UTRA BS operating in Band 50 and Band 75 within 1432-1452 MHz, and in Band 51 and Band 76. Emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.3-9B.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-9B: Additional operating band unwanted emission limits for BS operating in Band 50 and 75 within 1432-1452 MHz, and in Band 51 and 76

Filter centre frequency, Ffilter

Maximum Level [dBm]

Measurement Bandwidth

Ffilter = 1413.5 MHz

-42

27 MHz

In certain regions the following requirement may apply to E-UTRA BS operating in Band 45. Emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.3-10.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-10: Emissions limits for protection of adjacent band services

Operating Band

Filter centre frequency, Ffilter

Maximum Level [dBm]

Measurement Bandwidth

45

Ffilter = 1467.5

-20

1 MHz

Ffilter = 1468.5

-23

1 MHz

Ffilter = 1469.5

-26

1 MHz

Ffilter = 1470.5

-33

1 MHz

Ffilter = 1471.5

-40

1 MHz

1472.5 MHz ≤ Ffilter ≤ 1491.5 MHz

-47

1 MHz

In addition for Band 46 operation, the BS may have to comply with the applicable operating band unwanted emission limits established regionally, when deployed in regions where those limits apply and under the conditions declared by the manufacturer. The regional requirements may be in the form of conducted power, power spectral density, EIRP and other types of limits. In case of regulatory limits based on EIRP, assessment of the EIRP level is described in Annex H of TS 36.104 [2].

The following requirement may apply to E-UTRA BS operating in Band 48 and Band 49 in certain regions. Emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.3-11.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-11: Additional operating band unwanted emission limits for Band 48 and Band 49

Channel bandwidth

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Minimum requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

All

0 MHz f < 10 MHz

0.5 MHz f_offset < 9.5 MHz

-13 dBm

1 MHz

The following requirement may apply to E-UTRA BS operating in Band 53 in certain regions. Emissions shall not exceed the maximum levels specified in Table 6.6.3.5.3-12.

Table 6.6.3.5.3-12: Additional operating band unwanted emission limits for Band 53

Channel bandwidth [MHz]

Frequency range [MHz]

Frequency offset of measurement filter ‑3dB point, f

Frequency offset of measurement filter centre frequency, f_offset

Minimum requirement

Measurement bandwidth (Note 6)

1.4, 3, 5

2400 – 2477.5

6 MHz f < 83.5 MHz

6.5 MHz f_offset < 83 MHz

-25 dBm

1 MHz

10

2400 – 2473.5

10 MHz f < 83.5 MHz

10.5 MHz f_offset < 83 MHz

-25 dBm

1 MHz

1.4, 3, 5

2477.5 – 2478.5

5 MHz f < 6 MHz

5.5 MHz

-13 dBm

1 MHz

10

2473.5 – 2478.5

5 MHz f < 10 MHz

5.5 MHz f_offset < 9.5 MHz

-13 dBm

1 MHz

All

2478.5 – 2483.5

0 MHz f < 5 MHz

0.5 MHz f_offset < 4.5 MHz

-10 dBm

1 MHz

1.4, 3, 5

2495 – 2501

0 MHz f < 6 MHz

0.5 MHz f_offset < 5.5 MHz

-13 dBm

1 MHz

10

2495 – 2505

0 MHz f < 10 MHz

0.5 MHz f_offset < 9.5 MHz

-13 dBm

1 MHz

1.4, 3, 5

2501 – 2690

6 MHz f < 195 MHz

6.5 MHz f_offset < 194.5 MHz

-25 dBm

1 MHz

10

2505 – 2690

10 MHz f < 195 MHz

10.5 MHz f_offset < 194.5 MHz

-25 dBm

1 MHz

The following notes are common to all subclauses in 6.6.3.5:

NOTE 6: As a general rule, the resolution bandwidth of the measuring equipment should be equal to the measurement bandwidth. However, to improve measurement accuracy, sensitivity and efficiency, the resolution bandwidth can be smaller than the measurement bandwidth. When the resolution bandwidth is smaller than the measurement bandwidth, the result should be integrated over the measurement bandwidth in order to obtain the equivalent noise bandwidth of the measurement bandwidth.

NOTE 7: If the above Test Requirement differs from the Minimum Requirement then the Test Tolerance applied for this test is non-zero. The Test Tolerance for this test is defined in Annex G. The explanation of how the Minimum Requirement has been relaxed by the Test Tolerance is given in Annex G.

NOTE 8: This frequency range ensures that the range of values of f_offset is continuous.

NOTE 9: The requirement is not applicable when fmax < 10 MHz.

NOTE 10: For Home BS, the parameter P is defined as the aggregated maximum output power of all transmit antenna connectors of Home BS.