6 GNSS information

3GPP51.010-7Mobile Station (MS) conformance specificationPart 7: Location Services (LCS) test scenarios and assistance dataRelease 12TS

6.1 GNSS Scenarios and Assistance Data for Assisted GNSS signalling tests

6.1.1 General

This subclause defines the GNSS scenario and the associated assistance data that shall be used for all Assisted GNSS signalling tests defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclauses 70.12 to 70.15.

The satellite simulator (SS) shall generate all the MS supported GNSS satellite signals defined in subclause 6.1.2 and shall provide assistance data dependent on the MS capabilities defined in subclause 6.1.3.

Where assistance data is required on a per-satellite basis, or where the values of the data also varies with time it is specified in comma-separated-variable files in the GNSS_data.zip file defined in Annex B. These files specify the values to be used for each satellite, indexed by satellite SV ID, and, where applicable, the values to be used indexed by both time and satellite SV ID.

Assistance data that is marked as "time varying" and the GNSS TOW and GANSS TOD fields are only specified and used in 0.96 or 1 second increments. Interpolation between these values shall not be used.

The accuracy of the GNSS TOW and GANSS TOD and assistance data that is marked as "time varying" in the provided assistance data shall be within +/- 2 s relative to the GNSS time in the system simulator.

Assistance data Information Elements and fields that are not specified shall not be used.

The A-GNSS signalling test cases may include several sub-test cases dependent on the GNSS supported by the MS. Each sub-test case is identified by a Sub-Test Case Number as defined in Table 6.1.1.1. The detailed assistance data content defined in subclause 6.1.3 depends on the particular sub-test case.

The term SV ID used in this subclause is defined as the satellite PRN for GPS and Galileo, as the satellite Slot Number for GLONASS and as the Ranging Code Number for BDS.

Most data for Galileo is for further study [FFS].

Table 6.1.1.1: Sub-Test Case Number Definition

Sub-Test Case Number

Supported GNSS

1

MS supporting A-GLONASS only

2

MS supporting A-Galileo only

3

MS supporting A-GPS and Modernized GPS only

4

MS supporting A-GPS and A-GLONASS only

5

Reserved

6

Reserved

7

Reserved

8

Reserved

9

MS supporting A-BDS only

10

MS supporting A-GPS and A-BDS only

6.1.2 GNSS Scenario

The following GNSS scenario shall be used. The assistance data specified in the following subclauses is consistent with this GNSS scenario:

– Yuma Almanac data: the required file(s) in the GNSS_data_sig.zip file specified in Annex B are given below.

Table 6.1.2.1: Yuma Almanac data files for TS 51.010-1 subclause 70.12 to 70.15

Sub-Test Case Number

Yuma file(s)

1

Sig_GNSS_1-1_Yuma.txt

2

Sig_GNSS_1-2_Yuma.txt

3

Sig_GNSS_1-3_Yuma.txt

4

Sig_GNSS_1-1_Yuma.txt and Sig_GNSS_1-3_Yuma.txt

5

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

9

Sig_GNSS_1-9_Yuma.txt

10

Sig_GNSS_1-3_Yuma.txt and Sig_GNSS_1-9_Yuma.txt

– MS location and Reference location: static at latitude: 35 degrees 44 minutes 39.432 seconds north, longitude: 139 degrees 40 minutes 48.633 seconds east, (Tokyo Japan 2012), height: 300m

– Start time: 1st January 2012 00:31:00 (GPS time)

– Visible satellites simulated are given below

Table 6.1.2.2: Satellites to be simulated for TS 51.010-1 subclause 70.12 to 70.15

Sub-Test Case Number

SV IDs of Satellites to be simulated

1

3, 4, 9, 10, 18, 20

2

[FFS]

3

1, 11, 17, 20, 23, 28 (Note)

4

GPS: 1, 17, 20, 28. GLONASS: 3, 10, 18, 20

5

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

9

1, 2, 7, 18, 21, 27

10

GPS: 1, 17, 20, 28. BDS: 1, 7, 18, 21

NOTE: For this sub-test the satellite simulator shall generate all the GPS signals supported by the MS for all the simulated satellites.

– Ionospheric model: see values in subclause 6.1.3

– The levels of the simulated satellites shall all be at -125dBm +/- 6dB

6.1.3 Default Assistance Data Elements to be provided by the SS

The assistance data listed in subclause 6.1.3 are the assistance data elements to be pushed by the SS in some of the tests defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.12 to 70.15. After the reception of an RRLP MEASURE POSITION REQUEST message, the MS may request additional assistance data. In this case the SS shall provide the requested assistance data only if it is available as defined in subclause 6.1.4.

Table 6.1.3.1: GNSS assistance data to be provided to the MS

GNSS Assistance Data IE to be provided to the MS

Mode used in test case

MS-based

MS-assisted

GPS Reference Time

Yes for sub-tests 3, 4, 10

Yes for sub-tests 3, 4, 10

GPS Reference Time Extension (Rel-10 onwards)

Yes for sub-tests 3, 4, 10

Yes for sub-tests 3, 4, 10

GPS Reference Location

Yes for sub-tests 3, 4, 10

No

GPS Navigation Model

Yes for sub-tests 3, 4, 10

No

GPS Ionospheric Model

Yes for sub-tests 3, 4, 10

No

GPS UTC Model

Yes for sub-test 4

Yes for sub-test 4

GPS Acquisition Assistance

No

Yes for sub-tests 3, 4, 10

GPS Acquisition Assistance Extension (Rel-10 onwards)

No

Yes for sub-tests 3, 4, 10

GANSS Reference Time

Yes for sub-tests 1, 2, 9

Yes for sub-tests 1, 2, 9

GANSS Reference Location

Yes for sub-tests 1, 2, 9

No

GANSS Ionospheric Model

Yes for sub-test 2

No

GANSS Additional Ionospheric Model

Yes for sub-test 1, 9, 10

No

GANSS Time Model

Yes for sub-test 4, 10

No

GANSS Time Model Extension (Rel-10 onwards)

Yes for sub-test 4, 10

No

GANSS Navigation Model

Yes for sub-tests 1, 2, 4, 9, 10

No

GANSS Reference Measurement Information

No

Yes for sub-tests 1, 2, 4, 9, 10

GANSS Reference Measurement Extension (Rel-10 onwards)

No

Yes for sub-tests 1, 2, 4, 9, 10

GANSS Auxiliary Information

Yes for sub-tests 1, 3, 4. Note.

Yes for sub-tests 1, 3, 4. Note.

Note: Also if MS supports multiple signals per GNSS

6.1.4 Assistance Data values

Satellite SV IDs to be used

For assistance data IEs which contain the field SatID or SVID/PRNID, and where the values for these fields are not given below, then the following values shall be used.

Table 6.1.4.1: Satellite SV IDs to be used for SatID or SVID/PRNID

Sub-Test Case Number

SV IDs of Satellites to be used

1

3, 4, 9, 10, 18, 20

2

[FFS]

3

1, 11, 17, 20, 23, 28

4

GPS: 1, 17, 20, 28. GLONASS: 3, 10, 18, 20

5

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

9

1, 2, 7, 18, 21, 27

10

GPS: 1, 17, 20, 28. BDS: 1, 7, 18, 21

Assistance Data GPS Reference Time

Table 6.1.4.2: GPS Reference Time (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GPS Week

weeks

1669

GPS TOW

sec

1860

Start time. Add integer number of 0.96 seconds as required. (Note)

Note: GPS TOW

This is the value of GPS TOW in seconds when the GNSS scenario is started in the GNSS simulator. The value of GPS TOW to be used in the Reference Time IE shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value, rounded up to the next 0.96 second interval. This "current GPS TOW" is then also used to determine the value of any other Information Elements marked as "Time varying" in subclause 6.1.4.

Assistance Data GPS Reference Time Extension

Table 6.1.4.2a: GPS Reference Time Extension (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

GPS Week Cycle Number

1024 weeks

1

Rel-10 onwards

Assistance Data GPS Reference Location

Table 6.1.4.3: GPS Reference Location

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Latitude sign

0

Degrees Of Latitude

degrees

35.744287

Degrees Of Longitude

degrees

139.680176

Altitude Direction

0

Altitude

m

300

Uncertainty semi-major

m

3000

Uncertainty semi-minor

m

3000

Orientation of major axis

degrees

0

Uncertainty Altitude

m

500

Confidence

%

68

Assistance Data GPS Navigation Model

Table 6.1.4.4: Satellite Information

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Num_Sats_Total

6

Table 6.1.4.5: GPS Navigation Model (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SatID

See Table 6.1.4.1

Satellite Status

0 (see note)

NOTE: For consistency Satellite Status is also given in file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Table 6.1.4.6: GPS Ephemeris and Clock correction Information Elements (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

C/A or P on L2

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

URA Index

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

SV Health

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

IODC

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

L2 P Data Flag

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

SF 1 Reserved

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

SF 2 Reserved

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

SF 3 Reserved

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

SF 4 Reserved

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

TGD

sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

toc

sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

af2

sec/sec2

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

af1

sec/sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

af0

sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Crs

meters

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

n

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Cuc

radians

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

e

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Cus

radians

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

(A)1/2

meters1/2

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

toe

sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Fit Interval Flag

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

AODO

sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Cic

radians

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Cis

radians

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

i0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Crc

meters

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

OMEGAdot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Idot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Navigation_model.csv

Assistance Data GPS Ionospheric Model

Table 6.1.4.7: GPS Ionospheric Model

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

0

seconds

4.6566129 10E-9

1

sec/semi-circle

1.4901161 10E-8

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-5.96046 10E-8

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-5.96046 10E-8

0

seconds

79872

1

sec/semi-circle

65536

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-65536

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-393216

Assistance Data GPS UTC Model

Table 6.1.4.8: GPS UTC Model

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

A1

sec/sec

0

A0

seconds

0

tot

seconds

249856

WNt

weeks

133

tLS

seconds

15

WNLSF

weeks

158

DN

days

7

tLSF

seconds

16

Assistance Data GPS Almanac

Table 6.1.4.9: GPS Almanac (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Num_Sats_Total

31

WNa

weeks

1669

Table 6.1.4.10: GPS Almanac (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SatID

PRNs: 1, 2, 3…21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27…30, 31, 32

e

dimensionless

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

toa

sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

i

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

OMEGADOT

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

SV Health

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

A1/2

meters1/2

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

af0

seconds

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

af1

sec/sec

See file: Sig_GPS_Almanac.csv

Assistance Data GPS Almanac Extension

Table 6.1.4.10a: GPS Almanac Extension (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

1 (TRUE)

Rel-10 onwards

Assistance Data GPS Acquisition Assistance

Table 6.1.4.11: GPS Acquisition Assistance – Information Elements appearing once per message

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Number of Satellites

6

GPS TOW

1860 s

Start time. Add integer number of 0.96 seconds as required. (Note)

Note: GPS TOW
This is the value of GPS TOW in seconds when the GNSS scenario is started in the GNSS simulator. The value of GPS TOW to be used in the Acquisition Assistance IE shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value, rounded up to the next 0.96 second interval.

Table 6.1.4.12: GPS Acquisition Assistance – Information Elements appearing once per satellite

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SVID/PRNID

See Table 6.1.4.1

Doppler (0th order term)

Hz

Time varying. See file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Doppler (1st order term)

Hz/sec

Time varying. See file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Doppler Uncertainty

Hz

Time varying. See file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Code Phase

chips

Time varying. See file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Integer Code Phase

Time varying. See file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

GPS Bit number

Time varying. See file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Code Phase Search Window

chips

Time varying. See file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Azimuth

deg

Time varying. See file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Elevation

deg

Time varying. See file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Note: This field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GPS TOW". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GPS TOW" value and selecting the field value in the Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GPS TOW ".

Assistance Data GPS Acquisition Assistance Extension

Table 6.1.4.12a: GPS Acquisition Assistance Extension – Information Elements appearing once per message

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

N_SAT

6

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.1.4.12b: GPS Acquisition Assistance Extension – Information Elements appearing once per satellite

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

SatID

See Table 6.1.4.1

Rel-10 onwards

Azimuth LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Azimuth, see file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Elevation LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Elevation, see file: Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Note: This field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GPS TOW" as described in subclause 5.1.3. The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GPS TOW" value and selecting the field value in the Sig_GPS_Acquisition_assist.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GPS TOW".

Assistance Data GANSS Reference Time

Table 6.1.4.13: Assistance Data GANSS Reference Time: sub-test 1

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS Day

5844

GANSS TOD

seconds

12645 s

Start time. Add integer number of 1 seconds as required. (Note)

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

125 (2.127 seconds)

GANSS Time ID

2 (GLONASS)

Note: GANSS TOD

This is the value of GANSS TOD when the GNSS scenario is started in the GNSS simulator. The value of GANSS TOD to be used in the Reference Time IE shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value, rounded up to the next 1 second interval. This "current GANSS TOD" is then also used to determine the value of any other Information Elements marked as "Time varying" in subclause 6.1.4

Table 6.1.4.14: Assistance Data GANSS Reference Time: sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS Day

FFS

GANSS TOD

seconds

FFS

Start time. Add integer number of 1 seconds as required. (Note)

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

125 (2.127 seconds)

GANSS Time ID

Not present (Galileo)

Note: GANSS TOD

This is the value of GANSS TOD when the GNSS scenario is started in the GNSS simulator. The value of GANSS TOD to be used in the Reference Time IE shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value, rounded up to the next 1 second interval. This "current GANSS TOD" is then also used to determine the value of any other Information Elements marked as "Time varying" in subclause 6.1.4

Table 6.1.4.14a: Assistance Data GANSS reference time: sub-test 9

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

GANSS Day

2191

GANSS Day Cycle Number

0

GANSS TOD

Seconds

1846. Start time. Add integer number of 1 seconds as required. (Note)

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

125 (2.127 seconds)

GANSS Time ID

3 (BDS)

Note: GANSS TOD

This is the value of GANSS TOD when the GNSS scenario is started in the GNSS simulator. The value of GANSS TOD to be used in the Reference Time IE shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value, rounded up to the next 1 second interval. This "current GANSS TOD" is then also used to determine the value of any other Information Elements marked as "Time varying" in subclause 6.1.4

Assistance Data GANSS Reference Location

Table 6.1.4.15: Assistance Data GANSS Reference Location

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Latitude sign

0

Degrees Of Latitude

degrees

35.744287

Degrees Of Longitude

degrees

139.680176

Altitude Direction

0

Altitude

m

300

Uncertainty semi-major

m

3000

Uncertainty semi-minor

m

3000

Orientation of major axis

degrees

0

Uncertainty Altitude

m

500

Confidence

%

68

Assistance Data GANSS Ionospheric Model

Table 6.1.4.16: GANSS Ionospheric Model

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

ai0

Solar Flux Units

FFS

ai1

Solar Flux Units/degree

FFS

ai2

Solar Flux Units/degree2

FFS

Storm Flag 1

0

Storm Flag 2

0

Storm Flag 3

0

Storm Flag 4

0

Storm Flag 5

0

Assistance Data GANSS Additional Ionospheric Model

Table 6.1.4.16a: GANSS Additional Ionospheric Model (GLONASS)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Data Id

00

0

Seconds

4.6566129 10E-9

1

sec/semi-circle

1.4901161 10E-8

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-5.96046 10E-8

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-5.96046 10E-8

0

Seconds

79872

1

sec/semi-circle

65536

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-65536

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-393216

Table 6.1.4.16ab: GANSS additional ionospheric model (BDS)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Data Id

01

0

Seconds

4.6566129 10E-9

1

sec/semi-circle

1.4901161 10E-8

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-5.96046 10E-8

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-5.96046 10E-8

0

Seconds

79872

1

sec/semi-circle

65536

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-65536

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-393216

Assistance Data GANSS ID

Table 6.1.4.16b: GANSS ID: sub-test 1, 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS ID

3 (GLONASS)

Table 6.1.4.16c: GANSS ID: sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS ID

Not present (Galileo)

Table 6.1.4.16d: GANSS ID: sub-test 3

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS ID

1 (Modernized GPS)

Table 6.1.4.16e: GANSS ID: sub-test 9, 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS ID

4 (BDS)

Assistance Data GANSS Time Model

Table 6.1.4.17: GANSS time Model

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS Time Model Reference Time

1860 s

TA0

Seconds

0

GNSS_TO_ID

0 (GPS)

Assistance Data GANSS Time Model Extension

Table 6.1.4.17a: GANSS Time Model Extension (GLONASS)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

GNSS_TOD_ID

0 (GPS)

Rel-10 onwards

Delta T

Seconds

15

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.1.4.17b: GANSS Time Model Extension (BDS)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

GNSS_TOD_ID

0 (GPS)

Delta T

Seconds

13

Assistance Data GANSS Navigation Model

Table 6.1.4.18: Void

Table 6.1.4.19: GANSS Navigation Model: sub-test 1, 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Num_Sat

6

Non-Broadcast Indication

0

Table 6.1.4.20: Satellite Information (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 1, 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SatID

See Table 6.1.4.1

SV Health

01111 (Note)

IOD

225 (Note)

Note: For consistency SV Health and IOD are also given in file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

Table 6.1.4.21: GANSS Clock Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 1, 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GLONASS Satellite Clock Model

n(tb)

seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

n(tb)

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

n

seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

Table 6.1.4.22: GANSS Orbit Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 1, 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GLONASS Earth-Centered, Earth-fixed Parameters

En

days

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

P1

minutes

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

P2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

M

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

kilometers

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

kilometers/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

kilometers/sec2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

kilometers

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

kilometers/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

kilometers/sec2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

kilometers

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

kilometers/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

kilometers/sec2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4.csv

Table 6.1.4.23: Void

Table 6.1.4.24: GANSS Navigation Model: sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Num_Sat

6

Non-Broadcast Indication

0

Table 6.1.4.25: Satellite Information (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SatID

See Table 6.1.4.1

SV Health

0 (Note)

IOD

[FFS] (Note)

Note: For consistency SV Health and IOD are also given in file: See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv.

Table 6.1.4.26: GANSS Clock Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Satellite clock model (Galileo)

toc

seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

af2

sec/sec2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

af1

sec/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

af0

sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

TGD (BGD)

sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Model ID

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Table 6.1.4.27: GANSS Orbit Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Keplerian Parameters

toe

seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

n

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

OMEGAdot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

e

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Idot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

sqrtA

meters1/2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

i0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Crs

meters

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Cis

radians

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Cus

radians

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Crc

meters

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Cic

radians

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Cuc

radians

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2.csv

Table 6.1.4.27a: GANSS Navigation Model: sub-test 9, 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Num_Sat

6

Non-Broadcast Indication

0

Table 6.1.4.27b: Satellite Information (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 9, 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SatID

See Table 6.1.4.1

SV Health

0 (Note)

IOD

0 (Note)

Note: For consistency SV Health and IOD are also given in file: See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv.

Table 6.1.4.27c: GANSS Clock Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 9, 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

BDS Satellite clock model

AODC

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

toc

seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

a0

sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

a1

sec/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

a2

sec/sec2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

TGD

sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

Table 6.1.4.27d: GANSS Orbit Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 9, 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Keplerian Parameters

AODE

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

URA Index

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

toe

seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

A1/2

meters1/2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

e

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

n

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

OMEGAdot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

i0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

Idot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

Cuc

radians

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

Cus

radians

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

Crc

meters

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

Crs

meters

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

Cic

radians

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

Cis

radians

See file: Sig_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10.csv

Assistance Data GANSS Reference Measurement Information

Table 6.1.4.28: Void

Table 6.1.4.29: GANSS reference measurement information: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS Signal ID

0 (G1)

Table 6.1.4.30: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SVID

See Table 6.1.4.1

Doppler (0th order term)

m/s

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Doppler (1st order term)

m/s/s

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Doppler Uncertainty

m/s

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Integer Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Code Phase Search Window

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Azimuth

deg

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Elevation

deg

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Note:

For sub-test 1: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

For sub-test 4: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GPS TOW". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GPS TOW" value and selecting the field value in the Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GPS TOW".

Table 6.1.4.31: Void

Table 6.1.4.32: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS Signal ID

0 (E1)

Table 6.1.4.33: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SVID

See Table 6.1.4.1

Doppler (0th order term)

m/s

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Doppler (1st order term)

m/s/s

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Doppler Uncertainty

m/s

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Integer Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Code Phase Search Window

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Azimuth

deg

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Elevation

deg

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Note: This field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

Table 6.1.4.33aa: GANSS reference measurement information: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GANSS Signal ID

0 (B1I)

Table 6.1.4.33ab: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SVID

See Table 6.1.4.1

Doppler (0th order term)

m/s

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Doppler (1st order term)

m/s/s

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Doppler Uncertainty

m/s

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Integer Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Code Phase Search Window

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Azimuth

deg

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Elevation

deg

Time varying. See file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Note: This field is “Time varying” and its value depends on the “current GANSS TOD”. The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the “current GANSS TOD” value and selecting the field value in the Sig GANSS reference measurement information subtest9_10.csv file corresponding to the value of “current GANSS TOD”.

Assistance Data GANSS Reference Measurement Extension

Table 6.1.4.33a: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

Num_Sat

6

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.1.4.33b: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

SV_ID

See Table 6.1.4.1

Rel-10 onwards

Azimuth LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Azimuth, see file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Elevation LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Elevation, see file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Note:

For sub-test 1: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

For sub-test 4: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GPS TOW". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GPS TOW" value and selecting the field value in the Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GPS TOW".

Table 6.1.4.33c: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

Num_Sat

6

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.1.4.33d: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

SV_ID

See Table 6.1.4.1

Rel-10 onwards

Azimuth LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Azimuth, see file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Elevation LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Elevation, see file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Note: This field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

Table 6.1.4.33e: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

Num_Sat

6

Table 6.1.4.33f: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 6, 9 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

SV_ID

See Table 6.1.4.1

Azimuth LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Azimuth, see file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Elevation LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Elevation, see file: Sig_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10.csv (Note)

Note: This field is “Time varying” and its value depends on the “current GANSS TOD”. The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the “current GANSS TOD” value and selecting the field value in the Sig GANSS reference measurement information subtest9_10.csv file corresponding to the value of “current GANSS TOD”.

Assistance Data GANSS almanac

Table 6.1.4.34: Void

Table 6.1.4.35: GANSS almanac: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Num Sats Total

24

Week Number

Any value

Table 6.1.4.35a: Void

Table 6.1.4.35b: GANSS almanac: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

GLONASS Keplerian Parameters

NA

days

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

nA

Slot Numbers: 1, 2, 3 …. 22, 23, 24

HnA

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

nA

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

tnA

seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

inA

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

TnA

sec/orbit period

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

T_DOTnA

sec/orbit period2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

nA

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

nA

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

nA

seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

CnA

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

MnA

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4.csv

Table 6.1.4.36: Void

Table 6.1.4.37: GANSS almanac: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Num Sats Total

24

Week Number

FFS

Table 6.1.4.38: GANSS almanac: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Keplerian parameters

SVID

SV IDs: [FFS]

E

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

i

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

OMEGADOT

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

SV Status INAV

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

delta A1/2

meters1/2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

af0

Seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

af1

sec/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2.csv

Table 6.1.4.38aa: GANSS almanac: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Num Sats Total

30

Week Number

313

Table 6.1.4.38ab: GANSS almanac: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Keplerian parameters

SV_ID

SV IDs: 1, 2, 3, …, 30

toa

seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

A1/2i

meters1/2

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

e

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

0

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

_dot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

i

semi-circles

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

a0

Seconds

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

a1

sec/sec

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

Hea

See file: Sig_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10.csv

Assistance Data GANSS Almanac Model Extension

Table 6.1.4.38a: GANSS Almanac Model Extension: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

1 (TRUE)

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.1.4.38b: GANSS Almanac Model Extension: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

1 (TRUE)

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.1.4.38c: GANSS Almanac Model Extension: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

1 (TRUE)

Assistance Data GANSS Auxiliary Information

Table 6.1.4.39: Void

Table 6.1.4.40: GANSS Auxiliary Information: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SVID

Slot Numbers: See Table 6.1.4.1

Signals Available

G1

Channel Number

5, 6, -2, -7, -3, 2

Table 6.1.4.41: Void

Table 6.1.4.42: GANSS Auxiliary Information: sub-test 3 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

SVID

PRNs: See Table 6.1.4.1

Signals Available

L1C and others as supported by the MS

6.2 GNSS Scenarios and Assistance Data for Assisted GNSS Minimum Performance tests

6.2.1 General

6.2.1.0 Introduction

This subclause defines the GNSS scenarios and assistance data IEs which shall be available for use as specified in all A-GNSS Minimum Performance test cases defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.16.

The information elements are given with reference to TS 44.031 [5], where the details are defined.

Subclauses 6.2.2 and 6.2.3 list the assistance data IEs required for performance testing of MS-based mode, and subclauses 6.2.4 and 6.2.5 list the assistance data available for performance testing of MS-assisted mode. Subclause 6.2.6 lists the values of the assistance data IE fields for all performance testing.

The A-GNSS minimum performance requirements are defined by assuming that all relevant and valid assistance data is received by the MS in order to perform GNSS measurements and/or position calculation. This subclause does not include nor consider delays occurring in the various signalling interfaces of the network.

The term SV ID used in this subclause is defined as the satellite PRN for GPS and Galileo, as the satellite Slot Number for GLONASS and as the Ranging Code Number for BDS.

Most data for Galileo is for further study [FFS].

6.2.1.1 Satellite constellations and assistance data for A-GNSS performance testing

The satellite constellation shall consist of 24 satellites for GLONASS; 27 satellites for GPS, Modernized GPS and Galileo; 3 satellites for QZSS; 2 satellites for SBAS; and 35 satellites for BDS. Almanac assistance data shall be available for all these satellites (30 satellites for BDS). At least 7 of the satellites per GPS, Modernized GPS, Galileo, GLONASS or BDS constellation shall be visible to the MS (that is, above 15 degrees elevation with respect to the MS). At least 1 of the satellites for QZSS shall be within 15 degrees of zenith; and at least 1 of the satellites for SBAS shall be visible to the MS. All other satellite specific assistance data shall be available for all visible satellites. In each test, signals are generated for only 6 satellites (or 7 if SBAS is included). The HDOP for the test shall be calculated using these satellites. The simulated satellites for GPS, Modernized GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and BDS shall be selected from the visible satellites for each constellation, consistent with achieving the required HDOP for the test.

6.2.1.2 GNSS Scenarios for A-GNSS performance testing

6.2.1.2.0 Introduction

This subclause defines the GNSS scenarios that shall be used for all Assisted GNSS performance tests defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.16.

The GNSS scenarios achieve the required HDOP for the Test Cases as defined in the Requirements specification TS 45.005 [8]. They also satisfy the requirement that for each test instance the reference location shall change sufficiently such that the MS shall have to use the new assistance data.

The viable running time during which the scenario maintains the required HDOP or HDOPs is given. Once this time has been reached the scenario shall be restarted from its nominal start time.

The test cases include sub-test cases dependent on the GNSS supported by the MS. Each sub-test case is identified by a Sub-Test Case Number as defined in Table 6.2.1.2.0.1. For each GNSS scenario the parameters that vary with the sub-test are given for each sub-test.

Table 6.2.1.2.0.1: Sub-Test Case Number Definition

Sub-Test Case Number

Supported GNSS

1

MS supporting A-GLONASS only

2

MS supporting A-Galileo only

3

MS supporting A-GPS and Modernized GPS only

4

MS supporting A-GPS and A-GLONASS only

5

Reserved

6

Reserved

7

Reserved

8

Reserved

9

MS supporting A-BDS only

10

MS supporting A-GPS and A-BDS only

6.2.1.2.1 GNSS Scenario #1

The following GNSS scenario #1 shall be used during the TTFF tests defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.16 with the exception of the Nominal Accuracy test. The assistance data specified in the following subclauses for GNSS scenario #1 is consistent with this GNSS scenario.

Yuma Almanac data: the required file(s) in the GNSS_data_perf.zip file defined in Annex B are given in Table 6.2.1.2.1.1.

Table 6.2.1.2.1.1: Yuma Almanac data files

Sub-Test Case Number

Yuma file(s)

1

Perf_GNSS_1-1_Yuma.txt

2

Perf_GNSS_1-2_Yuma.txt

3

Perf_GNSS_1-3_Yuma.txt

4

Perf_GNSS_1-1_Yuma.txt and Perf_GNSS_1-3_Yuma.txt

5

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

9

Perf_GNSS_1-9_Yuma.txt

10

Perf_GNSS_1-3_Yuma.txt and Perf_GNSS_1-9_Yuma.txt

MS location: the MS location is calculated as a random offset from the reference location using the method described in subclause 6.2.1.2.5. The reference location is: latitude: 35 degrees 44 minutes 39.432 seconds north, longitude: 139 degrees 40 minutes 48.633 seconds east, (Tokyo Japan 2012), height: = 300m.

Nominal start time: 1st January 2012 00:31:00 (GPS time).

Viable running time to maintain specified HDOP values: 19 minutes.

Visible satellites available for simulation and for which Assistance Data (other than Almanac) shall be generated are given in Table 6.2.1.2.1.2

Table 6.2.1.2.1.2: Visible satellites

Sub-Test Case Number

SV IDs of Visible satellites

1

3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 18, 19, 20

2

[FFS]

3

1, 4, 11, 17, 19, 20, 23, 28, 32

4

GPS: 1, 4, 11, 17, 19, 20, 23, 28, 32. GLONASS: 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 18, 19, 20

5

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

9

1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28

10

GPS: 1, 4, 11, 17, 19, 20, 23, 28, 32. BDS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28

The satellites to be simulated in each test case have been selected in order to achieve the required HDOP. They are defined in Table 6.2.1.2.1.3.

Table 6.2.1.2.1.3: Satellites to be simulated

Sub-Test Case Number

SV IDs of Satellites to be simulated

1

3, 4, 9, 10, 18, 20

2

[FFS]

3

1, 11, 17, 19, 23, 28 (Note)

4

GPS: 20, 28, 32. GLONASS: 5, 10, 20

5

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

9

1, 2, 7, 18, 21, 27

10

GPS: 20, 28, 32. BDS: 1, 7, 21

NOTE: For this sub-test the satellite simulator shall generate all the GPS signals supported by the MS for all the simulated satellites.

Ionospheric model: see values in subclause 6.2.6.6.

Tropospheric model: STANAG with SRI equal to 324.8, as defined in STANAG 4294 [6].

6.2.1.2.2 GNSS Scenario #2

The following GNSS scenario #2 shall be used during the TTFF tests defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.16 with the exception of the Nominal Accuracy test. The assistance data specified in the following subclauses for GNSS scenario #2 is consistent with this GNSS scenario.

Yuma Almanac data: the required file(s) in the GNSS_data_perf.zip file defined in Annex B are given in Table 6.2.1.2.2.1.

Table 6.2.1.2.2.1: Yuma Almanac data files

Sub-Test Case Number

Yuma file(s)

1

Perf_GNSS_2-1_Yuma.txt

2

Perf_GNSS_2-2_Yuma.txt

3

Perf_GNSS_2-3_Yuma.txt

4

Perf_GNSS_2-1_Yuma.txt and Perf_GNSS_2-3_Yuma.txt

5

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

9

Perf_GNSS_2-9_Yuma.txt

10

Perf_GNSS_2-3_Yuma.txt and Perf_GNSS_2-9_Yuma.txt

MS location: the MS location is calculated as a random offset from the reference location using the method described in subclause 6.2.1.2.5. The reference location is: latitude: 37 degrees 24 minutes 53.391 seconds north, longitude: 122 degrees 1 minute 3.722 seconds west, (Sunnyvale, USA), height: = 50m.

Nominal start time: 1st June 2012, 00:01:00 (GPS time).

Viable running time to maintain specified HDOP values: 19 minutes.

Visible satellites available for simulation and for which Assistance Data (other than Almanac) shall be generated are given in Table 6.2.1.2.2.2

Table 6.2.1.2.2.2: Visible satellites

Sub-Test Case Number

SV IDs of Visible satellites

1

1, 8, 9, 10, 16, 19, 20, 21

2

[FFS]

3

1, 7, 8, 11, 15, 17, 26, 27, 28

4

GPS: 1, 7, 8, 11, 15, 17, 26, 27, 28. GLONASS: 1, 8, 9, 10, 16, 19, 20, 21

5

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

9

4, 15, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 27

10

GPS: 1, 7, 8, 11, 15, 17, 26, 27, 28. BDS: 4, 15, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 27

The satellites to be simulated in each test case have been selected in order to achieve the required HDOP. They are defined in Table 6.2.1.2.2.3.

Table 6.2.1.2.2.3: Satellites to be simulated

Sub-Test Case Number

SV IDs of Satellites to be simulated

1

1, 8, 9, 10, 19, 20

2

[FFS]

3

1, 7, 8, 17, 27, 28 (Note)

4

GPS: 1, 8, 26. GLONASS: 8, 10, 20

5

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

9

15, 16, 17, 25, 26, 27

10

GPS: 1, 8, 26. BDS: 15, 25, 27

NOTE: For this sub-test the satellite simulator shall generate all the GPS signals supported by the MS for all the simulated satellites.

Ionospheric model: see values in subclause 6.2.6.6.

Tropospheric model: STANAG with SRI equal to 324.8, as defined in STANAG 4294 [6].

6.2.1.2.3 GNSS Scenario #3
6.2.1.2.3.0 Introduction

The following GNSS scenario #3 shall be used during the Nominal Accuracy test defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.16. The assistance data specified in the following subclauses for GNSS scenario #3 is consistent with this GNSS scenario.

The scenario used varies dependent on the SBAS supported by the MS and also whether QZSS is supported. The scenario to be used is defined in Table 6.2.1.2.3.0.1. Where more than one SBAS is supported use the scenario for MSAS if MSAS and QZSS are supported, otherwise use the scenario for the first supported SBAS in the list.

Table 6.2.1.2.3.0.1: Scenarios used for Scenario #3

SBAS supported

Scenarios used

MS supports QZSS

MS does not support QZSS

None

GNSS Scenario #1 with QZSS Scenario #1

GNSS Scenario #1

WAAS

[FFS]

GNSS Scenario #2 with WAAS

EGNOS

[FFS]

GNSS Scenario #3A with EGNOS

MSAS

GNSS Scenario #1 with QZSS Scenario #1 and MSAS

GNSS Scenario #1 with MSAS

GAGAN

[FFS]

GNSS Scenario #3B with GAGAN

6.2.1.2.3.1 GNSS Scenario #3A

[FFS]

6.2.1.2.3.2 GNSS Scenario #3B

[FFS]

6.2.1.2.3.3 QZSS Scenario #1

Yuma Almanac data: see file Perf_QZSS_1_Yuma.txt in the GNSS_data_perf.zip file defined in Annex B.

MS location: as for GNSS scenario #1.

Nominal start time: as for GNSS scenario #1.

Viable running time to maintain specified requirements: as for GNSS scenario #1.

Satellite meeting specified requirements to be used for simulation and for which Assistance Data (other than Almanac) shall be generated: PRN 193.

6.2.1.2.3.4 WAAS Scenario

Satellite positions: (PRN 135)133.0 degrees west, height: 35786037.417m, (PRN 138)107.3 degrees west, height: 35786037.417m.

MS location: as for related GNSS scenario.

Satellite used for simulation: PRN 135.

6.2.1.2.3.5 EGNOS Scenario

Satellite positions: (PRN 120)15.5 degrees west, height: 35786037.417m, (PRN 124) 21.5 degrees west, height: 35786037.417m.

MS location: as for related GNSS scenario.

Satellite used for simulation: PRN 120.

6.2.1.2.3.6 MSAS Scenario

Satellite positions: (PRN 129)140.0 degrees east, height: 35786037.417m, (PRN 137)145 degrees east, height: 35786037.417m

MS location: as for related GNSS scenario.

Satellite used for simulation: PRN 129.

6.2.1.2.3.7 GAGAN Scenario

[FFS]

6.2.1.2.4 GNSS Scenario #4
6.2.1.2.4.0 Introduction

The following GNSS scenario #4 shall be used during the Nominal Accuracy test defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.16. The assistance data specified in the following subclauses for GNSS scenario #4 is consistent with this GNSS scenario.

The scenario used varies dependent on the SBAS supported by the MS and also whether QZSS is supported. The scenario to be used is defined in Table 6.2.1.2.4. 0.1. Where more than one SBAS is supported use the scenario for MSAS if MSAS and QZSS are supported, otherwise use the scenario for the first supported SBAS in the list.

Table 6.2.1.2.4.0.1: Scenarios used for Scenario #4

SBAS supported

Scenarios used

MS supports QZSS

MS does not support QZSS

None

GNSS Scenario #4D with QZSS Scenario #2

GNSS Scenario #2

WAAS

[FFS]

GNSS Scenario #4C with WAAS

EGNOS

[FFS]

GNSS Scenario #4A with EGNOS

MSAS

GNSS Scenario #4D with QZSS Scenario #2 and MSAS

GNSS Scenario #4D with MSAS

GAGAN

[FFS]

GNSS Scenario #4B with GAGAN

6.2.1.2.4.1 GNSS Scenario #4A

[FFS]

6.2.1.2.4.2 GNSS Scenario #4B

[FFS]

6.2.1.2.4.3 GNSS Scenario #4C

[FFS]

6.2.1.2.4.4 GNSS Scenario #4D

[FFS]

6.2.1.2.4.5 QZSS Scenario #2

Yuma Almanac data: see file Perf_QZSS_2_Yuma.txt in the GNSS_data_perf.zip file defined in Annex B.

MS location: as for GNSS scenario #4D.

Nominal start time: as for GNSS scenario #4D.

Viable running time to maintain specified requirements: as for GNSS scenario #4D.

Satellite meeting specified requirements to be used for simulation and for which Assistance Data (other than Almanac) shall be generated: PRN [FFS].

6.2.1.2.3.6 WAAS Scenario

Satellite positions: (PRN 135)133.0 degrees west, height: 35786037.417m, (PRN 138)107.3 degrees west, height: 35786037.417m.

MS location: as for related GNSS scenario.

Satellite used for simulation: PRN 138.

6.2.1.2.3.7 EGNOS Scenario

Satellite positions: (PRN 120)15.5 degrees west, height: 35786037.417m, (PRN 124) 21.5 degrees west, height: 35786037.417m.

MS location: as for related GNSS scenario.

Satellite used for simulation: PRN 124.

6.2.1.2.3.8 MSAS Scenario

Satellite positions: (PRN 129)140.0 degrees east, height: 35786037.417m, (PRN 137)145 degrees east, height: 35786037.417m.

MS location: as for related GNSS scenario.

Satellite used for simulation: PRN 137.

6.2.1.2.3.9 GAGAN Scenario

[FFS]

6.2.1.2.5 MS Location for TTFF test cases
6.2.1.2.5.0 Introduction

This subclause defines the method for generating the random MS locations that are required to be used for the TTFF tests defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.16.

For every Test Instance in each TTFF test case, the MS location shall be randomly selected to be within 3 km of the Reference Location. The Altitude of the MS shall be randomly selected between 0 m to 500 m above WGS‑84 reference ellipsoid. These values shall have uniform random distributions.

The MS location is calculated as an offset from the Reference Location.

6.2.1.2.5.1 MS Location Offset

The MS location offset shall be calculated by selecting the next pair of random numbers, representing a pair of latitude and longitude offsets in degrees, from a standard uniform random number generator, with the following properties:

The ranges of the latitude and longitude offsets values shall be such that when translated onto the surface of the earth they shall lie within a 3km radius circle, centred on the Reference location specified for the GNSS scenario under consideration. For the purposes of this calculation make the following assumptions:

a) Over the 3km radius circle at the Reference location the earth is flat and the meridians and parallels form a rectangular grid

b) The earth is spherical with a radius of 6371141m (equal to the WGS 84 value at 35 degrees latitude)

The resolution used for the latitude and longitude offsets values shall be 90/2E23 for the latitude offset values and 360/2E24 for the longitude offset values, representing the coding resolution in degrees specified in 3GPP TS 23.032 [7].

6.2.1.2.5.2 MS Altitude

The MS altitude value shall be calculated by selecting the next random number from a standard uniform random number generator, in the range 0 to 500, representing meters. The resolution used for the random number shall be 1, representing 1 meter.

6.2.2 Information elements required for normal MS based testing

The following A-GPS and A-GANSS assistance data IEs and fields shall be present for each test as appropriate for the GNSS(s) used during the test. Fields not specified shall not be present. The values of the fields are specified in subclause 6.2.6.

a) GPS Reference Time IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GPS Week

GPS TOW

GPS TOW Assist

SatID

TLM Message

Anti-Spoof

Alert

TLM Reserved

aa) GPS Reference Time Extension IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4c of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Release

GPS Week Cycle Number

Rel-10 onwards

b) GANSS Reference Time IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.1 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GANSS Day

GANSS TOD

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

GANSS Time ID

c) GANSS Time Model IE. This information element is only required for multi system tests, and is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GNSS_TOD_ID

For each GNSS included in the test.

ca) GANSS Time Model Extension IE. This information element is only required for multi system tests, and is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Release

GNSS_TOD_ID

For each GNSS included in the test.

Rel-10 onwards

Delta T

Rel-10 onwards

d) GPS Reference Location IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Ellipsoid point with Altitude and uncertainty ellipsoid

e) GANSS Reference Location IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.1 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Ellipsoid point with Altitude and uncertainty ellipsoid

f) GPS Navigation Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

All satellite information

g) GANSS Navigation Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

All satellite information

GANSS

Clock and Orbit Model Choice

Galileo

Model-1

Modernized GPS

Model-3

GLONASS

Model-4

QZSS QZS-L1

Model-2

QZSS QZS-L1C/L2C/L5

Model-3

SBAS

Model-5

BDS

Model-6

h) GPS Ionospheric Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

All

i) GANSS Ionospheric Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.1 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

All

j) GANSS Additional Ionospheric Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.1 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

All

k) GPS UTC Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

All

l) Void

m) GANSS Auxiliary Information IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GANSS Auxiliary Information

6.2.3 Information elements required for MS based Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case

The A-GPS and A-GANSS assistance data IEs and fields that shall be present for the Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case shall be those specified in subclause 6.2.2 with the following exception. Fields not specified shall not be present. The values of the fields are specified in subclause 6.2.6.

a) GPS Reference Time IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GPS Week

GPS TOW

BCCH Carrier

BSIC

FNm

TN

BN

GPS TOW Assist

SatID

TLM Message

Anti-Spoof

Alert

TLM Reserved

b) GANSS Reference Time IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.1 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GANSS Day

GANSS TOD

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

GANSS Time ID

BCCH Carrier

BSIC

FNm

TN

BN

6.2.4 Information elements available for normal MS assisted testing

The following A-GPS and A-GANSS assistance data IEs and fields shall be available for use in each test as appropriate for the GNSS(s) used during the test. Fields not specified shall not be present. The values of the fields are specified in subclause 6.2.6.

a) GPS Reference Time IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GPS Week

GPS TOW

GPS TOW Assist

SatID

TLM Message

Anti-Spoof

Alert

TLM Reserved

aa) GPS Reference Time Extension IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4c of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Release

GPS Week Cycle Number

Rel-10 onwards

b) GANSS Reference Time IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.1 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GANSS Day

GANSS TOD

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

GANSS Time ID

c) GANSS Time Model IE. This information element is only required for multi system tests, and is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GNSS_TOD_ID

For each GNSS included in the test.

ca) GANSS Time Model Extension IE. This information element is only required for multi system tests, and is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Release

GNSS_TOD_ID

For each GNSS included in the test.

Rel-10 onwards

Delta T

Rel-10 onwards

d) GPS Reference Location IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Ellipsoid point with Altitude and uncertainty ellipsoid

e) GANSS Reference Location IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.1 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Ellipsoid point with Altitude and uncertainty ellipsoid

f) GPS Almanac IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Almanac Reference Week

All Satellite information

fa) GPS Almanac Extension IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4c of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

Rel-10 onwards

g) GANSS Almanac Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GANSS Almanac Model

GANSS

Almanac Model Choice

Galileo

Model-1

Modernized GPS

Model-3,4

GLONASS

Model-5

QZSS QZS-L1

Model-2

QZSS QZS-L1C/L2C/L5

Model-3,4

SBAS

Model-6

BDS

Model-7

ga) GANSS Almanac Model Extension IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

Rel-10 onwards

h) GPS Navigation Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

All satellite information

i) GANSS Navigation Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

All satellite information

GANSS

Clock and Orbit Model Choice

Galileo

Model-1

Modernized GPS

Model-3

GLONASS

Model-4

QZSS QZS-L1

Model-2

QZSS QZS-L1C/L2C/L5

Model-3

SBAS

Model-5

BDS

Model-6

j) GPS Acquisition Assistance IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GPS TOW

Satellite information

SVID/PRNID

Doppler (0th order term)

Doppler (1st order term)

Doppler Uncertainty

Code Phase

Integer Code Phase

GPS Bit number

Code Phase Search Window

Azimuth

Elevation

ja) GPS Acquisition Assistance Extension IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4c of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Release

N_SAT

Rel-10 onwards

SatID

Rel-10 onwards

Azimuth LSB

Rel-10 onwards

Elevation LSB

Rel-10 onwards

k) GANSS Reference Measurement Information IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

SV_ID

Doppler (0th order term)

Doppler (1st order term)

Doppler Uncertainty

Code Phase

Integer Code Phase

Code Phase Search Window

Azimuth

Elevation

ka) GANSS Reference Measurement Extension IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

Release

Num_Sat

Rel-10 onwards

SV_ID

Rel-10 onwards

Azimuth LSB

Rel-10 onwards

Elevation LSB

Rel-10 onwards

l) GANSS Auxiliary Information IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.2 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GANSS Auxiliary Information

m) GPS UTC Model IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

All

6.2.5 Information elements available for MS assisted Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case

The A-GNSS assistance data IEs and fields that shall be available for use for the Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case shall be those specified in subclause 6.2.4 with the following exceptions. Fields not specified shall not be present. The values of the fields are specified in subclause 6.2.6.

a) GPS Reference Time IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GPS Week

GPS TOW

BCCH Carrier

BSIC

FNm

TN

BN

GPS TOW Assist

SatID

TLM Message

Anti-Spoof

Alert

TLM Reserved

b) GANSS Reference Time IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.6.1 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GANSS Day

GANSS TOD

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

GANSS Time ID

BCCH Carrier

BSIC

FNm

TN

BN

c) GPS Acquisition Assistance IE. This information element is defined in subclause A.4.2.4 of TS 44.031 [5].

Fields of the IE

GPS TOW

BCCH Carrier

BSIC

Frame #

Timeslots #

Bit #

SVID/PRNID

Doppler (0th order term)

Doppler (1st order term)

Doppler Uncertainty

Code Phase

Integer Code Phase

GPS Bit number

Code Phase Search Window

Azimuth

Elevation

6.2.6 Contents of Information elements for Minimum performance testing

6.2.6.1 General

This subclause defines the assistance data values that shall be used for all Assisted GNSS performance tests defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.16. It is given for GNSS scenarios #1, #2, #3 and #4 and QZSS Scenarios #1 and #2, where it is different for each scenario; otherwise it is marked "All" where the same value is used for all scenarios.

Where assistance data is required on a per-satellite basis, or where the values of the data also varies with time it is specified in comma-separated-variable files in the GNSS_data_perf.zip file defined in Annex B. These files specify the values to be used for each satellite, indexed by satellite SV ID, and, where applicable, the values to be used indexed by both time and satellite SV ID.

Assistance data that is marked as "time varying" is specified and used in 80 ms increments. Interpolation between these values shall not be used.

Assistance data Information Elements and fields that are not specified shall not be used.

6.2.6.2 IE Random Offset Values

6.2.6.2.0 Introduction

This subclause defines the methods for generating the random offsets that are required to be applied to one or two assistance data IEs for certain tests defined in TS 51.010-1 [4] subclause 70.16.

6.2.6.2.1 GNSS TOW

For every Test Instance in each TTFF test case, the IE GPS TOW or GANSS TOD shall have a random offset, relative to GNSS system time, within the allowed error range of Coarse Time Assistance defined in the test case. This offset value shall have a uniform random distribution.

The offset value shall be calculated by selecting the next random number from a standard uniform random number generator, in the range specified for the GNSS Coarse Time assistance error range in the Test Requirements, Test parameters table for the test under consideration. The resolution used for the random number shall be 0.01, representing 10ms.

6.2.6.2.2 GNSS bit number (BN or Bit #)

In addition, for every Fine Time Assistance Test Instance the IE BN or Bit # shall have a random offset, relative to the true value of the relationship between the two time references, within the allowed error range of Fine Time Assistance defined in the test case. This offset value shall have a uniform random distribution.

The offset value shall be calculated by selecting the next random number from a standard uniform random number generator with the following properties:

The range shall be the number of GSM bits whose duration is less than the range specified for the GNSS Fine Time assistance error range in the Test Requirements, Test parameters table for the test under consideration.

The resolution used for the random number shall be 1, representing 1 GSM bit.

6.2.6.3 Satellite SV IDs to be used

For assistance data IEs which contain the field SatID or SVID/PRNID, and where the values for these fields are not given below, then the following values shall be used.

Table 6.2.6.3.1: Satellite SV IDs to be used for SatID or SVID/PRNID

Sub-Test Case Number

GNSS #1

GNSS #2

GNSS #4C

1

3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 18, 19, 20

1, 8, 9, 10, 16, 19, 20, 21

[FFS]

2

[FFS]

[FFS]

[FFS]

3

1, 4, 11, 17, 19, 20, 23, 28, 32

1, 7, 8, 11, 15, 17, 26, 27, 28

[FFS]

4

GPS: 1, 4, 11, 17, 19, 20, 23, 28, 32. GLONASS: 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 18, 19, 20

GPS: 1, 7, 8, 11, 15, 17, 26, 27, 28. GLONASS: 1, 8, 9, 10, 16, 19, 20, 21

[FFS]

5

[FFS]

[FFS]

[FFS]

6

[FFS]

[FFS]

[FFS]

7

[FFS]

[FFS]

[FFS]

8

[FFS]

[FFS]

[FFS]

9

1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28

4, 15, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 27

[FFS]

10

GPS: 1, 4, 11, 17, 19, 20, 23, 28, 32. BDS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28

GPS: 1, 7, 8, 11, 15, 17, 26, 27, 28. BDS: 4, 15, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 27

[FFS]

6.2.6.4 Assistance Data Contents

Assistance Data GPS Reference Time: sub-test 3, 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.1: GPS Reference Time (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

GPS Week

Weeks

1669

1690

[FFS]

GPS TOW

1860 s

Start time. Add number of 80ms as required. (Note 1)

432060 s

Start time. Add number of 80ms as required. (Note 1)

[FFS]

BCCH Carrier

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

BSIC

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

FNm

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

TN

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

BN

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Note 1: GPS TOW
This is the value in ms of GPS TOW when the GNSS scenario is initially started in the GNSS simulator. For all TTFF test cases, each time a GNSS scenario is used, the GPS start time shall be advanced by 120 seconds from the value last used so that, at the time the fix is made, it is at least 2 minutes later than the previous fix made with that scenario.
The actual value of GPS TOW to be used in the Reference Time IE (before the addition of the random offset, if applicable) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value. The accuracy shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Coarse Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
For all TTFF test cases a random offset is then added to the value of GPS TOW as described in subclause 6.2.6.2.

Note 2: GSM Frame Number (FNm), Timeslot Number (TN) and Bit Number (BN)
The values of the IEs FNm, TN and BN (before the addition of the random offset) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required. The accuracy of the relationship between the two time references shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Fine Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
A random offset is then added to the value of BN as described in subclause 6.2.6.2.

Table 6.2.6.4.2: Satellite Information

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GPS All

Number of satellites

9

Table 6.2.6.4.3: Reference Time – GPS TOW Assist (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

SatID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Table 6.2.6.4.4: Reference Time – GPS TOW Assist (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

TLM Message

Bit string

10922

Anti-Spoof

Bit string

1

Alert

0

TLM Reserved

2

Assistance Data GPS Reference Time Extension: sub-test 3, 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.4a: GPS Reference Time Extension (Fields occurring once per message)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

GPS Week Cycle Number

1024 weeks

1

Rel-10 onwards

Assistance Data GPS Reference Location: sub-test 3, 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.5: GPS Reference Location

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Latitude sign

0

0

[FFS]

Degrees of latitude

degrees

35.744287

37.414831

[FFS]

Degrees of longitude

degrees

139.680176

-122.017701

[FFS]

Altitude Direction

0

0

[FFS]

Altitude

m

300

50

[FFS]

Uncertainty semi-major

m

3000

3000

[FFS]

Uncertainty semi-minor

m

3000

3000

[FFS]

Orientation of major axis

degrees

0

0

[FFS]

Uncertainty altitude

m

500

500

[FFS]

Confidence

%

68

68

[FFS]

Assistance Data GPS Navigation Model: sub-test 3, 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.6: Satellite Information

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Number of satellites

9

9

[FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.7: Navigation Model (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

SatID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Satellite Status

0 (Note)

0 (Note)

[FFS]

Note: For consistency Satellite Status is also given in file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv.

Table 6.2.6.4.8: Ephemeris and Clock Correction parameters (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

C/A or P on L2

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

URA Index

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

SV Health

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

IODC

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

L2 P Data Flag

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

SF 1 Reserved

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

SF 2 Reserved

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

SF 3 Reserved

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

SF 4 Reserved

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

TGD

sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

toc

sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

af2

sec/sec2

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

af1

sec/sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

af0

sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

Crs

meters

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

n

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

Cuc

radians

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

e

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

Cus

radians

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

(A)1/2

meters1/2

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

toe

sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

Fit Interval Flag

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

AODO

sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

Cic

radians

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

Cis

radians

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

i0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

Crc

meters

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

OMEGAdot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

Idot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Navigation_model_XX.csv

Assistance Data GPS Ionospheric Model: sub-test 3, 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.9: GPS Ionospheric Model

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

0

seconds

4.6566129 10E-9

1

sec/semi-circle

1.4901161 10E-8

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-5.96046 10E-8

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-5.96046 10E-8

0

seconds

79872

1

sec/semi-circle

65536

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-65536

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-393216

Assistance Data GPS UTC Model: sub-test 4

Table 6.2.6.4.10: GPS UTC Model

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

A1

sec/sec

0

0

FFS

A0

seconds

0

0

FFS

tot

seconds

249856

77824

FFS

WNt

weeks

133

155

FFS

tLS

seconds

15

15

FFS

WNLSF

weeks

158

158

FFS

DN

days

7

7

FFS

tLSF

seconds

16

16

FFS

Assistance Data GPS Almanac: sub-test 3, 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.11: GPS Almanac (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Num_Sats_Total

27

Table 6.2.6.4.11a: GPS Almanac (Field occurring once per message)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

WNa

weeks

1669

1691

[FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.12: GPS Almanac (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

SatID

PRNs: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32

PRNs: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30

[FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.13: GPS Almanac (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

e

dimensionless

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

toa

sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

i

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

OMEGADOT

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

SV Health

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

A1/2

meters1/2

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

af0

seconds

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

af1

sec/sec

See file: Perf_GPS_Almanac_XX.csv

Assistance Data GPS Almanac Extension: sub-test 3, 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.13a: GPS Almanac Extension (Fields occurring once per message)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

1 (TRUE)

Rel-10 onwards

Assistance Data GPS Acquisition Assistance: sub-test 3, 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.14: GPS Acquisition Assistance (Fields occurring once per message)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

GPS TOW

1860 s

Start time. Add number of 80ms as required. (Note 1)

432060s

Start time. Add number of 80ms as required. (Note 1)

[FFS]

BCCH Carrier

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

Absent

BSIC

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

Frame #

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Timeslots #

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Bit #

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Note 1: GPS TOW

This is the value in ms of GPS TOW when the GNSS scenario is initially started in the GPS simulator. For all TTFF test cases, each time a GNSS scenario is used, the GPS start time shall be advanced by 120 seconds from the value last used so that, at the time the fix is made, it is at least 2 minutes later than the previous fix made with that scenario.
The actual value of GPS TOW to be used in the Acquisition Assistance IE (before the addition of the random offset, if applicable) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value. The accuracy shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Coarse Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
For all TTFF test cases a random offset is then added to the value of GPS TOW as described in subclause 6.2.6.2
This "final GPS TOW" value is then also used to determine the value of the Acquisition Assistance parameters marked as "Time varying" in subclause 6.2.6.4

Note 2: GSM Frame Number (Frame #), Timeslot Number (Timeslots #) and Bit Number (Bit #)
The values of the IEs Frame #, Timeslots # and Bit # (before the addition of the random offset) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required. The accuracy of the relationship between the two time references shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Fine Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
A random offset is then added to the value of Bit # as described in subclause 6.2.6.2

Table 6.2.6.4.15: Satellite Information

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Number of satellites

9

9

[FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.16: GPS Acquisition Assistance (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

SVID/PRNID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Table 6.2.6.4.17: GPS Acquisition Assistance (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Doppler (0th order term)

Hz

Time varying. See file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Doppler (1st order term)

Hz/sec

Time varying. See file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Doppler Uncertainty

Hz

Time varying. See file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Code Phase

chips

Time varying. See file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Integer Code Phase

Time varying. See file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

GPS Bit number

Time varying. See file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Code Phase Search Window

chips

Time varying. See file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Azimuth

deg

Time varying. See file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Elevation

deg

Time varying. See file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Note: Acquisition Assistance parameters

This field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "final GPS TOW" as described in subclause 6.2.6.8. The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "final GPS TOW" value and selecting the nearest field value in the Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "final current GPS TOW".

Assistance Data GPS Acquisition Assistance Extension: sub-test 3, 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.17a: GPS Acquisition Assistance Extension (Fields occurring once per message)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Release

N_SAT

9

9

[FFS]

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.2.6.4.17b: GPS Acquisition Assistance Extension (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

SatID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Rel-10 onwards

Azimuth LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Azimuth, see file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Elevation LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Elevation, see file: Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Note: This field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GPS TOW" as described in subclause 5.1.3. The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GPS TOW" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GPS_Acquisition_assist_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GPS TOW".

Assistance Data GANSS Reference Time: sub-test 1, 2, 9

Table 6.2.6.4.18: Assistance Data GANSS Reference Time: sub-test 1 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

GANSS Day

5844

5996

[FFS]

GANSS TOD

seconds

12645 s

Start time. Add number of 1 seconds as required. (Note 1)

10845

Start time. Add number of 1 seconds as required. (Note 1)

[FFS]

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

125 (2.127 seconds)

125 (2.127 seconds)

125 (2.127 seconds)

GANSS Time ID

2 (GLONASS)

2 (GLONASS)

2 (GLONASS)

BCCH Carrier

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

BSIC

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

FNm

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

TN

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

BN

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Note 1: GANSS TOD

This is the value in seconds of GANSS TOD when the GNSS scenario is initially started in the GNSS simulator. For all TTFF test cases, each time a GNSS scenario is used, the GANSS start time shall be advanced by 120 seconds from the value last used so that, at the time the fix is made, it is at least 2 minutes later than the previous fix made with that scenario.
The actual value of GANSS TOD to be used in the Reference Time IE (before the addition of the random offset, if applicable) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value. The accuracy shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Coarse Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
For all TTFF test cases a random offset is then added to the value of GANSS TOD as described in subclause 6.2.6.2

Note 2: GSM Frame Number (FNm), Timeslot Number (TN) and Bit Number (BN)
The values of the IEs FNm, TN and BN (before the addition of the random offset) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required. The accuracy of the relationship between the two time references shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Fine Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
A random offset is then added to the value of BN as described in subclause 6.2.6.2

Table 6.2.6.4.19: Assistance Data GANSS Reference Time: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

GANSS Day

FFS

FFS

FFS

GANSS TOD

seconds

FFS

Start time. Add number of 1 seconds as required. (Note 1)

FFS

Start time. Add number of 1 seconds as required. (Note 1)

FFS

Start time. Add number of 1 seconds as required. (Note 1)

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

125 (2.127 seconds)

125 (2.127 seconds)

125 (2.127 seconds)

GANSS Time ID

Not present (Galileo)

Not present (Galileo)

Not present (Galileo)

BCCH Carrier

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

BSIC

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

FNm

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

TN

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

BN

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Note 1: GANSS TOD

This is the value in seconds of GANSS TOD when the GNSS scenario is initially started in the GNSS simulator. For all TTFF test cases, each time a GNSS scenario is used, the GANSS start time shall be advanced by 120 seconds from the value last used so that, at the time the fix is made, it is at least 2 minutes later than the previous fix made with that scenario.
The actual value of GANSS TOD to be used in the Reference Time IE (before the addition of the random offset, if applicable) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value. The accuracy shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Coarse Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
For all TTFF test cases a random offset is then added to the value of GANSS TOD as described in subclause 6.2.6.2

Note 2: GSM Frame Number (FNm), Timeslot Number (TN) and Bit Number (BN)
The values of the IEs FNm, TN and BN (before the addition of the random offset) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required. The accuracy of the relationship between the two time references shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Fine Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
A random offset is then added to the value of BN as described in subclause 6.2.6.2

Table 6.2.6.4.19a: Assistance Data GANSS Reference Time: sub-test 9 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #5

GANSS Day

days

2191

2343

2343

GANSS Day Cycle Number

0

0

0

GANSS TOD

seconds

1846. Start time. (Note 1)

432046. Start time. (Note 1)

432046. Start time. (Note 1)

GANSS TOD Uncertainty

125 (2.127 seconds)

125 (2.127 seconds)

125 (2.127 seconds)

GANSS Time ID

3 (BDS system time)

3 (BDS system time)

3 (BDS system time)

BCCH Carrier

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

ARFCN of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

BSIC

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

BSIC of serving BCCH

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise.

FNm

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

TN

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

BN

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Present for Sensitivity Fine Time Assistance test case. Absent otherwise. Note 2

Note 1: GANSS TOD

This is the value in seconds of GANSS TOD when the GNSS scenario is initially started in the GNSS simulator. For all TTFF test cases, each time a GNSS scenario is used, the GANSS start time shall be advanced by 120 seconds from the value last used so that, at the time the fix is made, it is at least 2 minutes later than the previous fix made with that scenario.
The actual value of GANSS TOD to be used in the Reference Time IE (before the addition of the random offset, if applicable) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required by adding the elapsed time since the time the scenario was started in the GNSS simulator to this value. The accuracy shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Coarse Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
For all TTFF test cases a random offset is then added to the value of GANSS TOD as described in subclause 6.2.6.2

Note 2: GSM Frame Number (FNm), Timeslot Number (TN) and Bit Number (BN)
The values of the IEs FNm, TN and BN (before the addition of the random offset) shall be calculated at the time the IE is required. The accuracy of the relationship between the two time references shall be such that the Maximum Test System Uncertainty for Fine Time Assistance, specified in Table A5.5.1 of TS 51.010-1 [4] , shall be met.
A random offset is then added to the value of BN as described in subclause 6.2.6.2

Assistance Data GANSS Reference Location: sub-test 1, 2, 9

Table 6.2.6.4.20: Assistance Data GANSS Reference Location

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Latitude sign

0

0

[FFS]

Degrees of latitude

degrees

35.744287

37.414831

[FFS]

Degrees of longitude

degrees

139.680176

-122.017701

[FFS]

Altitude Direction

0

0

[FFS]

Altitude

m

300

50

[FFS]

Uncertainty semi-major

m

3000

3000

[FFS]

Uncertainty semi-minor

m

3000

3000

[FFS]

Orientation of major axis

degrees

0

0

[FFS]

Uncertainty altitude

m

500

500

[FFS]

Confidence

%

68

68

[FFS]

Assistance Data GANSS Ionospheric Model: sub-test 2

Table 6.2.6.4.21: GANSS Ionospheric Model

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

ai0

Solar Flux Units

FFS

ai1

Solar Flux Units/degree

FFS

ai2

Solar Flux Units/degree2

FFS

Storm Flag 1

0

Storm Flag 2

0

Storm Flag 3

0

Storm Flag 4

0

Storm Flag 5

0

Assistance Data GANSS Additional Ionospheric Model: sub-test 1, 9

Table 6.2.6.4.21a: GANSS Additional Ionospheric Model: sub-test 1

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Data Id

00

0

Seconds

4.6566129 10E-9

1

sec/semi-circle

1.4901161 10E-8

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-5.96046 10E-8

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-5.96046 10E-8

0

Seconds

79872

1

sec/semi-circle

65536

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-65536

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-393216

Table 6.2.6.4.21ba: GANSS Additional Ionospheric Model: sub-test 9

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Data Id

01

0

Seconds

4.6566129 10E-9

1

sec/semi-circle

1.4901161 10E-8

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-5.96046 10E-8

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-5.96046 10E-8

0

Seconds

79872

1

sec/semi-circle

65536

2

sec/(semi-circle)2

-65536

3

sec/(semi-circle)3

-393216

Assistance Data GANSS ID: sub-test 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.21b: GANSS ID: sub-test 1, 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GANSS ID

3 (GLONASS)

Table 6.2.6.4.21c: GANSS ID: sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GANSS ID

Not present (Galileo)

Table 6.2.6.4.21d: GANSS ID: sub-test 3

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GANSS ID

1 (Modernized GPS)

Table 6.2.6.4.21e: GANSS ID: sub-test 9, 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GANSS ID

4 (BDS)

Assistance Data GANSS Time Model: sub-test 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.22: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.23: GANSS time Model

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

GANSS Time Model Reference Time

1860 (s)

432060 (s)

[FFS]

TA0

Seconds

0

0

[FFS]

GNSS_TO_ID

0 (GPS)

0 (GPS)

0 (GPS)

Assistance Data GANSS Time Model Extension: sub-test 4, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.23a: GANSS Time Model Extension: sub-test 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

GNSS_TOD_ID

0 (GPS)

Rel-10 onwards

Delta T

Seconds

15

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.2.6.4.23aa: GANSS Time Model Extension: sub-test 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

GNSS_TOD_ID

0 (GPS)

Delta T

Seconds

13

Assistance Data GANSS Navigation Model: sub-test 1, 2, 4, 9, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.24: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.25: GANSS Navigation Model: sub-test 1, 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Num_Sat

8

8

[FFS]

Non-Broadcast Indication

0

0

[FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.26: Satellite Information (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 1, 4

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

SatID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

SV Health

01111 (Note)

01111 (Note)

01111 (Note)

IOD

225 (Note)

195 (Note)

[FFS]

Note: For consistency SV Health and IOD are also given in file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv.

Table 6.2.6.4.27: GANSS Clock Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 1, 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GLONASS Satellite Clock Model

n(tb)

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

n(tb)

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

n

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

Table 6.2.6.4.28: GANSS Orbit Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 1, 4

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GLONASS Earth-Centered, Earth-fixed Parameters

En

days

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

P1

minutes

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

P2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

M

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

kilometers

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

kilometers/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

kilometers/sec2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

kilometers

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

kilometers/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

kilometers/sec2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

kilometers

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

kilometers/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

kilometers/sec2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest1_4_XX.csv

Table 6.2.6.4.29: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.30: GANSS Navigation Model: sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Num_Sat

6

Non-Broadcast Indication

0

Table 6.2.6.4.31: Satellite Information (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 2

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

SatID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

SV Health

0 (Note)

0 (Note)

0 (Note)

IOD

[FFS] (Note)

[FFS] (Note)

[FFS] (Note)

Note: For consistency SV Health and IOD are also given in file: See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv.

Table 6.2.6.4.32: GANSS Clock Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

(Galileo)Satellite clock model

toc

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

af2

sec/sec2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

af1

sec/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

af0

sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

TGD(BGD)

sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Model ID

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Table 6.2.6.4.33: GANSS Orbit Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 2

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Keplerian Parameters

toe

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

n

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

OMEGAdot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

e

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Idot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

sqrtA

meters1/2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

i0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Crs

meters

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Cis

radians

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Cus

radians

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Crc

meters

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Cic

radians

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Cuc

radians

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest2_XX.csv

Table 6.2.6.4.33a: GANSS Navigation Model: sub-test 9, 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Num_Sat

14

8

[FFS]

Non-Broadcast Indication

0

0

[FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.33b: Satellite Information (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 9, 10

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

SatID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

SV Health

0 (Note)

0 (Note)

[FFS]

IOD

0 (Note)

843 (Note)

[FFS]

Note: For consistency SV Health and IOD are also given in file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv.

Table 6.2.6.4.33c: GANSS Clock Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 9, 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

BDS Satellite Clock Model

AODC

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv.

toc

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv.

a0

sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv.

a1

sec/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv.

a2

sec/sec2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv.

TGD

sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv.

Table 6.2.6.4.33d: GANSS Orbit Model (Fields occurring once per satellite): sub-test 9, 10

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

BDS Keplerian Parameters

AODE

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

URA Index

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

toe

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

A1/2

meters1/2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

e

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

n

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

OMEGAdot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

i0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Idot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Cuc

radians

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Cus

radians

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Crc

meters

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Crs

meters

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Cic

radians

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Cis

radians

See file: Perf_GANSS_Navigation_Model_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Assistance Data GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 1, 2, 4, 9, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.34: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.35: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GANSS Signal ID

0 (G1)

Table 6.2.6.4.36: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

SVID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Doppler (0th order term)

m/s

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Doppler (1st order term)

m/s/s

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Doppler Uncertainty

m/s

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Integer Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Code Phase Search Window

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Azimuth

deg

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Elevation

deg

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Note:

For sub-test 1: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

For sub-test 4: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GPS TOW". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GPS TOW" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GPS TOW".

Table 6.2.6.4.37: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.38: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GANSS Signal ID

0 (E1)

Table 6.2.6.4.39: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

SVID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Doppler (0th order term)

m/s

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Doppler (1st order term)

m/s/s

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Doppler Uncertainty

m/s

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Integer Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Code Phase Search Window

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Azimuth

deg

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Elevation

deg

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Note:

This field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

Table 6.2.6.4.39aa: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GANSS Signal ID

0 (B1I)

Table 6.2.6.4.39ab: GANSS Reference Measurement Information: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

SVID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Doppler (0th order term)

m/s

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Doppler (1st order term)

m/s/s

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Doppler Uncertainty

m/s

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Integer Code Phase

ms

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Code Phase Search Window

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Azimuth

deg

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Elevation

deg

Time varying. See file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Note:

For sub-test 9: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

For sub-test 10: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GPS TOW". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GPS TOW" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GPS TOW".

Assistance Data GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 1, 2, 4, 9, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.39a: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Release

Num_Sat

8

8

[FFS]

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.2.6.4.39b: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

SV_ID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Rel-10 onwards

Azimuth LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Azimuth, see file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Elevation LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Elevation, see file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Note:

For sub-test 1: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

For sub-test 4: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GPS TOW". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GPS TOW" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest1_4_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GPS TOW".

Table 6.2.6.4.39c: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Release

Num_Sat

[FFS]

[FFS]

[FFS]

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.2.6.4.39d: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

SV_ID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Rel-10 onwards

Azimuth LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Azimuth, see file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Elevation LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Elevation, see file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv (Note)

Rel-10 onwards

Note: This field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest2_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

Table 6.2.6.4.39e: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Release

Num_Sat

14

8

[FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.39f: GANSS Reference Measurement Extension: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

SV_ID

See Table 6.2.6.3.1

Azimuth LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Azimuth, see file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Elevation LSB

degrees

Time varying. Calculated from Elevation, see file: Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv (Note)

Note:

For sub-test 9: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GANSS TOD". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GANSS TOD" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GANSS TOD".

For sub-test 10: this field is "Time varying" and its value depends on the "current GPS TOW". The value of this field to be used shall be determined by taking the "current GPS TOW" value and selecting the field value in the Perf_GANSS_reference_measurement_information_subtest9_10_XX.csv file corresponding to the value of "current GPS TOW".

Assistance Data GANSS Almanac Model: sub-test 1, 2, 4, 9, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.40: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.41: GANSS Almanac Model: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per message)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Num Sats Total

24

24

24

Week Number

Any value

Any value

Any value

Table 6.2.6.4.42: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.42a: GANSS Almanac Model: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

GLONASS Keplerian Parameters

NA

days

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

nA

Slot Numbers: 1, 2 , 3 …….22, 23, 24

HnA

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

nA

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

tnA

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

inA

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

TnA

sec/orbit period

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

T_DOTnA

sec/orbit period2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

nA

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

nA

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

nA

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

CnA

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

MnA

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest1_4_XX.csv

Table 6.2.6.4.43: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.44: GANSS Almanac Model: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per message)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Num Sats Total

24

24

24

Week Number

FFS

FFS

FFS

Table 6.2.6.4.45: GANSS Almanac Model: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Keplerian parameters

SVID

SV IDs: [FFS]

SV IDs: [FFS]

SV IDs: [FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.46: GANSS Almanac Model: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

e

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

i

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

OMEGADOT

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

SV Status INAV

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

delta A1/2

meters1/2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

OMEGA0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

af0

Seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

af1

sec/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest2_XX.csv

Table 6.2.6.4.46aa: GANSS Almanac Model: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

Num Sats Total

30

30

[FFS]

Week Number

312

334

[FFS]

Toa

147000

147000

[FFS]

IODa

0

0

[FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.46ab: GANSS Almanac Model: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark

BDS Keplerian Parameters

SV_ID

SV IDs: 1, 2, 3, …, 30

toa

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

A1/2

meters1/2

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

e

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

M0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

0

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

_dot

semi-circles/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

i

semi-circles

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

a0

seconds

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

a1

sec/sec

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Hea

See file: Perf_GANSS_Almanac_subtest9_10_XX.csv

Assistance Data GANSS Almanac Model Extension: sub-test 1, 2, 4, 9, 10

Table 6.2.6.4.46a: GANSS Almanac Model Extension: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

1 (TRUE)

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.2.6.4.46b: GANSS Almanac Model Extension: sub-test 2 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

1 (TRUE)

Rel-10 onwards

Table 6.2.6.4.46c: GANSS Almanac Model Extension: sub-test 9, 10 (Fields occurring once per message)

Information Element

Units

Value/remark GNSS All

Release

Complete Almanac Provided

1 (TRUE)

Assistance Data GANSS Auxiliary Information: sub-test 1, 3, 4

Table 6.2.6.4.47: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.48: GANSS Auxiliary Information: sub-test 1, 4 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

SVID

Slot Numbers: see Table 6.2.6.3.1

Slot Numbers: see Table 6.2.6.3.1

Slot Numbers: see Table 6.2.6.3.1

Signals Available

G1

G1

G1

Channel Number

5, 6, 1, -2, -7, -3, 3, 2

1, 6, -2, -7, -1, 3, 2, 4

[FFS]

Table 6.2.6.4.49: Void

Table 6.2.6.4.50: GANSS Auxiliary Information: sub-test 3 (Fields occurring once per satellite)

Parameter

Units

Value/remark GNSS #1

Value/remark GNSS #2

Value/remark GNSS #4C

SVID

PRNs: see Table 6.2.6.3.1

PRNs: see Table 6.2.6.3.1

SV IDs: see Table 6.2.6.3.1

Signals Available

L1C and others as supported by the MS

L1C and others as supported by the MS

L1C and others as supported by the MS

Annex A (normative):
GPS data files

A.1 GPS data files for signalling tests

The GPS data files for use in GPS signalling tests are contained in archive GPS_Data_Sig_V5.zip which accompanies this document.

A.2 GPS data files for Minimum Performance tests

The GPS data files for use in GPS Minimum Performance tests are contained in archive GPS_Data_Perf_V4.zip which accompanies this document. The different scenarios are designated with suffixes XX in the zip file, where XX is 01, 02, 03 for scenarios #1, #2, #3.

Annex B (normative):
GNSS data files

B.1 GNSS data files for signalling tests

The GNSS data files for use in GNSS signalling tests are contained in archive GNSS_Data_Sig_V7.zip which accompanies the present document.

B.2 GNSS data files for Minimum Performance tests

The GNSS data files for use in GNSS Minimum Performance tests are contained in archive GNSS_Data_Perf_V8.zip which accompanies the present document. The different scenarios are designated with suffixes XX in the zip file, where XX is 01, 02, 03 etc. for scenarios #1, #2, #3 etc.

Annex C (informative):
Change history

Date

TSG #

TSG Doc

CR

Rev

Subject/Comment

Version Old

Version New

2010-02

First draft

0.0.1

2010-03

Scenario and Assistance Data text added from

TS 51.010-1

0.0.1

0.0.2

2010-03

Version 1.0.0 for information

0.0.2

1.0.0

2010-08

Additions of Assistance Data text and editorial corrections

1.0.0

1.1.0

2010-08

Editorial corrections

1.1.0

1.2.0

2010-08

Editorial corrections

1.2.0

1.3.0

2010-08

GP-47

GP-101608

Version 2.0.0 for approval

1.3.0

2.0.0

2010-08

Minor editorial corrections

2.0.0

2.0.1

2010-09

Editorial corrections

2.0.1

9.0.0

2010-12

GP-48

GP-101720

0001

CR 51.010-7-0001 GPS Assistance Data corrections

9.0.0

9.1.0

2011-03

GP-49

GP-110019

0002

CR 51.010-7-0002 Corrections to term “PRN”

9.1.0

9.2.0

2011-06

GP-50

GP-110558

0004

CR 51.010-7-0004 Removal of incorrect data file

9.2.0

9.3.0

2011-06

GP-50

GP-110837

0003

1

CR 51.010-7-0003 Addition of Assistance Data values for A-GNSS

9.2.0

9.3.0

2012-06

GP-54

GP-120477

0006

CR 51.010-7-0006 Corrections to GPS Almanac data file for signalling test cases

9.3.0

9.4.0

2012-09

GP-55

GP-121040

0007

1

CR 51.010-7-0007 Addition of missing Assistance Data

9.4.0

9.5.0

2012-12

GP-56

Correction of version of GP-121040 in the history table

9.5.0

9.5.1

2013-03

GP-57

GP-130075

0008

1

CR 51.010-7-0008 Corrections to GNSS assistance data

9.5.1

9.6.0

2013-03

GP-57

GP-130076

0009

1

CR 51.010-7-0009 Changes to assistance data file names

9.5.1

9.6.0

2013-03

GP-57

GP-130077

0010

1

CR 51.010-7-0010 Temporary removal of GLONASS aquisition assistance data files

9.5.1

9.6.0

2013-03

GP-57

GP-130079

0012

1

CR 51.010-7-0012 Corrections to GPS Almanac assistance data files

9.5.1

9.6.0

2013-03

GP-57

GP-130078

0011

1

CR 51.010-7-0011 Addition of Rel-10 IE fields

9.6.0

10.0.0

2013-09

GP-59

GP-130756

0014

1

CR 51.010-7-0014 Additions and corrections to Assistance Data

10.0.0

10.1.0

2014-03

GP-61

GP-140037

0015

CR 51.010-7-0015 Correction to GPS Navigation Model value

10.1.0

10.2.0

2014-03

GP-61

GP-140038

0016

CR 51.010-7-0016 Correction to OmegaA0 values for scenario #1

10.1.0

10.2.0

2014-03

GP-61

GP-140041

0019

CR 51.010-7-0019 Adjustment of SV IDs of Satellites to be simulated

10.1.0

10.2.0

2014-03

GP-61

GP-140074

0020

CR 51.010-7-0020 Deletion of FN1

10.1.0

10.2.0

2014-03

GP-61

GP-140087

0017

1

CR 51.010-7-0017 Correction to GPS Almanac value

10.1.0

10.2.0

2014-03

GP-61

Upgraded to Rel-11 with no change

10.2.0

11.0.0

2014-03

GP-61

GP-140088

0018

1

CR 51.010-7-0018 Corrections to GLONASS GANSS Day values

11.0.0

12.0.0

2014-06

GP-62

GP-140266

0022

CR 51.010-7-0022 Clarification of Assistance Data usage with sub-tests

12.0.0

12.1.0

2014-06

GP-62

GP-140267

0023

CR 51.010-7-0023 Correction to T_lamda_n_A values for scenario #1 and signalling tests

12.0.0

12.1.0

2014-12

GP-64

GP-140764

0024

CR 51.010-7-0024 Introduction of BDS into A-GNSS Signalling tests

12.1.0

12.2.0

2014-12

GP-64

GP-140766

0026

CR 51.010-7-0026 Introduction of BDS into A-GNSS Signalling files

12.1.0

12.2.0

2014-12

GP-64

GP-140792

0028

CR 51.010-7-0028 Update of Foreword

12.1.0

12.2.0

2015-03

GP-65

GP-150039

0029

CR 51.010-7-0029 Introduction of BDS into A-GNSS Minimum Performance tests

12.2.0

12.3.0

2015-03

GP-65

GP-150040

0030

CR 51.010-7-0030 Introduction of BDS into A-GNSS Minimum Performance files

12.2.0

12.3.0

2015-06

GP-66

GP-150335

0031

CR 51.010-7-0031 Update of newly introduced BDS table numbering

12.3.0

12.4.0

2015-06

GP-66

GP-150336

0032

CR 51.010-7-0032 Removal of GPS UTC Model for sub-test 10

12.3.0

12.4.0

2015-06

GP-66

GP-150337

0033

CR 51.010-7-0033 Corrections to BDS Clock Model and Navigation Model for SIG tests

12.3.0

12.4.0

2015-06

GP-66

GP-150338

0034

CR 51.010-7-0034 Corrections to BDS Clock Model and Navigation Model for Minimum Performance tests

12.3.0

12.4.0

2015-09

GP-67

GP-150338

0035

CR 51.010-7-0035 Corrections to the GANSS additional ionospheric model for A-BDS

12.4.0

12.5.0

2015-09

GP-67

GP-150338

0036

CR 51.010-7-0036 Corrections to the IOD in GANSS Navigation Model for A-BDS Scenario #2

12.4.0

12.5.0

2015-09

GP-67

GP-150338

0037

CR 51.010-7-0037 Galileo and BDS updates and corrections

12.4.0

12.5.0