7.4 Multipath Reference Sensitivity Level

11.213GPPBase Station System (BSS) equipment specificationRadio aspectsRelease 1999TS

7.4.1 Test Purpose

The multipath reference sensitivity level of the receiver is the level of signal at the receiver input with a standard test signal at which the receiver will produce after demodulation and channel decoding data with a Frame Erasure Ratio (FER), Residual Bit Error Ratio (RBER), Bit Error Ratio (BER) or Block Error Ratio (BLER) better than or equal to that specified for a specific logical channel type, under multipath propagation conditions.

7.4.2 Test Case

As a minimum, one time slot shall be tested on one TRX.

A test signal with normal GSM modulation shall be applied to the BSS RX antenna connector through a Multipath Fading Simulator as described in annex B.1, on the chosen time slot.

For circuit switched channels, except ECSD, the average signal level at the receiver antenna connector of a BTS shall be as specified in table 16.

For packet switched channels (GPRS and EGPRS) and for ECSD, the average signal level at the receiver antenna connector of a normal BTS for which the reference performance shall be met is specified in table 16a, according to the type of channel and the propagation condition. For the TI5 propagation profile used for testing GSM 900 and DCS 1800 pico BTS P1 the column headed "TU50 (no FH)" shall be used. For BTS types other than normal, the levels specified in table 16a shall be increased by the values specified in table 16b.

In all cases, the average signal level at the receiver shall be measured by taking the mean powers of the sum of the individual paths.

All TRXs in the BSS configuration shall be on and transmitting full power in all time slots.

For tests with TU50 (ideal SFH):

The BSS shall be hopping over the maximum range and number of ARFCNs possible for the test environment and which are available in the BSS configuration.

For TU50 (no SFH), RA250 (no SFH), HT100 (no SFH) and TI5 (no SFH):

If slow frequency hopping is supported by the BSS, it shall be disabled. The test shall be performed for the specified ARFCNs. A test signal with GMSK modulation shall also be applied to the RX antenna connector on the two adjacent time slots at a static power level 50 dB above the reference sensitivity requirement specified in table 16of the chosen time slot over the useful part of the burst as defined in GSM 05.05 (EN 300 910) [22] for the MS. The content of this signal shall allow the receiver of the TRX under test to either be activated or to detect valid GMSK modulated GSM signals (as specified in the conformance requirement) on the adjacent timeslots for the duration of the test.

Table 16: Test signal input level for Multipath Reference Sensitivity measurements
for circuit switched channels except ECSD

BTS Type

Test signal Average Input Level to receiver

GSM 400/GSM850/GSM900/DCS1800/PCS 1900/MXM 850/MXM 1900 BTS

‑104 dBm

GSM900/GSM850/MXM 850 micro‑BTS M1

‑97 dBm

GSM900/GSM850/MXM 850 micro‑BTS M2

‑92 dBm

GSM900/GSM850/MXM 850 micro‑BTS M3

‑87 dBm

GSM900/GSM850/MXM 850 pico-BTS P1

-85 dBm

DCS1800/PCS 1900/ MXM 1900 micro‑BTS M1

‑102 dBm

DCS1800/PCS 1900/ MXM 1900 micro‑BTS M2

‑97 dBm

DCS1800/PCS 1900/ MXM 1900 micro‑BTS M3

‑92 dBm

DCS1800/PCS 1900/ MXM 1900 pico-BTS P1

-92 dBm

Table 16a: Test signal input level for Multipath Reference Sensitivity measurements for packet switched and ECSD

Normal BTS (GSM 400, GSM 900, GSM 850 and MXM 850***)

Type of

Propagation conditions

Channel

TU50

(no FH)

TU50

(ideal FH)

RA250

(no FH)

HT100

(no FH)

PDTCH/CS-1

dBm

-104

-104

-104

-103

PDTCH/CS-2

dBm

-100

-101

-101

-99

PDTCH/CS-3

dBm

-98

-99

-98

-96

PDTCH/CS-4

dBm

-90

-90

*

*

PDTCH/MCS-1

dBm

-102.5

-103

-103

-102

PDTCH/MCS-2

dBm

-100.5

-101

-100.5

-100

PDTCH/MCS-3

dBm

-96.5

-96.5

-92.5

-95.5

PDTCH/MCS-4

dBm

-91

-91

*

*

PDTCH/MCS-5

dBm

-96.5

-97

-96

-95

PDTCH/MCS-6

dBm

-94

-94.5

-91

-91

PDTCH/MCS-7

dBm

-89

-88.5

-87**

-86**

PDTCH/MCS-8

dBm

-84

-84

*

-81.5**

PDTCH/MCS-9

dBm

-80

-80

*

*

E-TCH/F43,2 NT

dBm

-91

-92

-89

-89.5

E-TCH/F32,0 T

dBm

-97.5

-100

-100

-96.5

E-TCH/F28,8 T

dBm

-93.5

-95

-93.5

-94.5

E-TCH/F28,8 NT

dBm

-95.5

-96.5

-96.5

-96

E-FACCH/F

dBm

-101

-102

-102

-98

PRACH/11 bits

dBm

-104

-104

-103

-103

PRACH/8 bits

dBm

-104

-104

-103

-103

PACCH

dBm

-104

-104

-104

-103

Normal BTS (DCS 1800, PCS 1900 and MXM 1900***)

Type of

Propagation conditions

Channel

TU50

(no FH)

TU50

(ideal FH)

RA130

(no FH)

HT100

(no FH)

PDTCH/CS-1

dBm

-104

-104

-104

-103

PDTCH/CS-2

dBm

-100

-100

-101

-99

PDTCH/CS-3

dBm

-98

-98

-98

-94

PDTCH/CS-4

dBm

-88

-88

*

*

PDTCH/MCS-1

dBm

-102.5

-103

-103

-101.5

PDTCH/MCS-2

dBm

-100.5

-101

-100.5

-99.5

PDTCH/MCS-3

dBm

-96.5

-96.5

-92.5

-94.5

PDTCH/MCS-4

dBm

-90.5

-90.5

*

*

PDTCH/MCS-5

dBm

-95.5

-97

-96

-93

PDTCH/MCS-6

dBm

-94

-94

-91

-85.5

PDTCH/MCS-7

dBm

-87

-86.5

-87**

*

PDTCH/MCS-8

dBm

-86.5**

-86.5**

*

*

PDTCH/MCS-9

dBm

-83**

-83**

*

*

E-TCH/F43,2 NT

dBm

-91.5

-91.5

-88.5

-86

E-TCH/F32,0 T

dBm

-98.5

-100

-100

-97

E-TCH/F28,8 T

dBm

-94.5

-95

-92.5

-93

E-TCH/F28,8 NT

dBm

-96

-96.5

-96

-95

E-FACCH/F

dBm

-102

-102

-102

-98

PRACH/11 bits

dBm

-104

-104

-103

-103

PRACH/8 bits

dBm

-104

-104

-103

-103

PACCH

dBm

-104

-104

-104

-103

NOTE 1: PDTCH/CS-4 and MCS-x shall not be tested for the propagation conditions marked as (*).

NOTE 2: For GSM 400 the speeds shall be doubled (e.g. TU50 shall be TU100).

NOTE 3: Performance is specified at 30% BLER for those cases marked as (**)

***NOTE 4: PDTCH/CS-1 to 4 and ECSD are not applicable for MXM850 and MXM1900

Table 16b: Test signal input level corrections for different BTS Types (for table 16a)

BTS Type

Test signal Average Input Level corrections

GSM400/GSM850/GSM900/MXM850 micro‑BTS M1

+7 dB

GSM900/GSM850/MXM850 micro‑BTS M2

+12 dB

GSM900/GSM850/MXM850 micro‑BTS M3

+17 dB

GSM900/GSM850/MXM850 pico-BTS P1

+19 dB

DCS1800/PCS 1900/ MXM 1900 micro‑BTS M1

+2 dB

DCS1800/PCS 1900/ MXM 1900 micro‑BTS M2

+7 dB

DCS1800/PCS 1900/ MXM 1900 micro‑BTS M3

+12 dB

DCS1800/PCS 1900/ MXM 1900 pico-BTS P1

+12 dB

The input signal before channel encoding in the BSSTE shall be compared with the signal which is obtained from the BSS receiver after channel decoding.

7.4.3 Essential conformance

Test Environment:

Normal.

Normal and Micro-BTS Conformance Requirement

The error performance of TCH/FS shall be measured on RF channels B, M, and T for propagation profile TU50 (no SFH). The receiver of the TRX under test shall also be activated on the adjacent timeslots. As a minimum, this shall include the automatic gain control (AGC) of the receiver being operational on the adjacent timeslots.

The error performance of each of the following logical channel types supported by the BSS shall be measured, each on one ARFCN, for the specified propagation profiles:

TCH/FS: TU50 (no SFH), HT100, RA130 or RA250

TCH/HS (FER and RBER with BFI=0): TU50 (no SFH), HT100, RA130 or RA250

SDCCH: TU50 (no SFH), HT100, RA130 or RA250

TCH/F9.6: HT100, RA130 or RA250

TCH/F4.8: HT100, RA130 or RA250

PDTCH/CS-1: TU50(no SFH), HT100, RA130 or RA250

PDTCH/MCS-1 or, if not supported,

PDTCH/MCS-x with the

next higher supported number x: TU50(no SFH), HT100, RA130 or RA250

PDTCH/MCS-5 or, if not supported,

PDTCH/MCS-x with the

next higher supported number x: TU50(no SFH), HT100, RA130 or RA250

E-TCH/43.2 NT
or for the highest supported data speed: HT100, RA130 or RA250

The error performance given in table 17a-b shall be met for all combinations of logical channel type, frequency and multipath propagation profile tested.

If AMR is supported by the BSS, the error performance given in table 17a-b shall be met for one channel under TU50 (no SFH) propagation condition. The channel with the highest bitrate shall be tested.

Pico-BTS Conformance Requirement

The error performance of TCH/FS shall be measured on RF channels B, M, and T for propagation profile TI5 (no SFH). The receiver of the TRX under test shall also be activated on the adjacent timeslots. As a minimum, this shall include the automatic gain control ( AGC) of the receiver being operational on the adjacent timeslots.

The error performance of each of the following logical channel types supported by the BSS shall also be measured, each on one ARFCN, for propagation profile TI5 (no SFH) only:

TCH/HS (FER and RBER with BFI=0): TI5

SDCCH: TI5

TCH/F9.6: TI5

TCH/F4.8: TI5

PDTCH/CS-1 TI5

PDTCH/MCS-1 or, if not supported,

for the PDTCH/MCS-x with the

next higher supported number x: TI5

PDTCH/MCS-5 or, if not supported,

PDTCH/MCS-x with the

next higher supported number x: TI5

E-TCH/43.2NT
or for the highest supported data speed.: TI5

The error performance given in table 17a-b for the TI5 (no SFH) multipath propagation profile shall be met for all the above logical channel types tested.

If AMR is supported by the BSS, the error performance given in table 17a-b shall be met for one channel under TI5 propagation condition. The channel with the highest bitrate shall be tested.

7.4.4 Complete conformance

Test Environment:

Normal.

Normal and Micro-BTS Conformance Requirement

The error performance given in table 17 shall be met for all logical channel types supported by the BSS and for all the multipath propagation profiles (excluding TI5) given in table 17a-b.

For tests without SFH, the BTS shall detect valid GMSK modulated GSM signals with an RXQUAL of 6 or less for the duration of the test on the adjacent time slots.

Pico-BTS Conformance Requirement

The error performance given in table 17a-b for the TI5 (no SFH) multipath propagation profile shall be met for all logical channel types defined in table 17a-b.

Table 17a: GSM 400, GSM 850, GSM900 and MXM 850 Multipath error performance limits at RX sensitivity level

Channel Type

Error Measure

Error Ratios for the specified propagation conditions

TU50 (no SFH)

TU50 (ideal SFH)

RA250 (no SFH)

HT100 (no SFH)

TI5 (no SFH)

FACCH/H

(FER)

6.9 %

6.9 %

5.7 %

10.0 %

6.9 %

FACCH/F

(FER)

8.0 %

3.8 %

3.4 %

6.3 %

8.0 %

E-FACCH/F

(FER)

5 %

5 %

5 %

5 %

5 %

SDCCH and SACCH

(FER)

13 %

8.0 %

8.0 %

12.0 %

13 %

RACH

(FER)

13 %

13 %

12 %

13 %

13 %

E-TCH/F43,2 NT

(BLER)

10 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

E-TCH/F32,0 T

(BER)

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

E-TCH/F28,8 T

(BER)

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

E-TCH/F28,8 NT

(BLER)

10 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

TCH/F 14.4

(BER)

2.5%

2.0%

2.0%

5.0%

2.5 %

TCH/F9.6

(BER)

0.50 %

0.40 %

0.10 %

0.70 %

0.50 %

TCH/F4.8

(BER)

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

TCH/F2.4

(BER)

2 10‑4

10‑5

10‑5

10‑5

2 10‑4

TCH/H4.8

(BER)

0.50 %

0.40 %

0.10 %

0.70 %

0.50 %

TCH/H2.4

(BER)

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

TCH/FS

(FER)

6.0a %

3.0a %

2.0a %

7.0a %

6.0 %

‑ class Ib

(RBER)

0.40/a %

0.30/a %

0.20/a %

0.50/a %

0.40/ %

‑ class II

(RBER)

8.0 %

8.0 %

7.0 %

9.0 %

8.0 %

TCH/HS

(FER)

4.1 %

4.1 %

4.1 %

4.5 %

4.1 %

‑ class Ib

(RBER, BFI=0)

0.36 %

0.36 %

0.28 %

0.56 %

0.36 %

‑ class II

(RBER, BFI=0)

6.9 %

6.9 %

6.8 %

7.6 %

6.9 %

(UFR)

5.6 %

5.6 %

5.0 %

7.5 %

5.6 %

‑ class Ib

(RBER, UFI=0)

0.24 %

0.24 %

0.21 %

0.32 %

0.24 %

(EVSIDR)

6.8 %

6.8 %

6.0 %

9.2 %

6.8 %

(RBER, SID=2 and BFI=0)

0.01 %

0.01 %

0.01 %

0.02 %

0.01 %

(ESIDR)

3.0 %

3.0 %

3.2 %

3.4 %

3.0 %

(RBER, SID=1 or 2)

0.3 %

0.3 %

0.21 %

0.42 %

0.3 %

TCH/EFS

(FER)

8 %

3 %

3 %

7%

8 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0.21 %

0.11 %

0.10 %

0.20 %

0.21 %

– class II

(RBER)

7 %

8 %

7 %

9 %

7 %

TCH/AFS12.2

(FER)

4,9 %

2,4 %

1,4 %

4,5 %

4,9 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

1,5 %

1,5 %

1,2 %

2,1 %

1,5 %

TCH/AFS10.2

(FER)

2,1 %

0,85 %

0,45 %

1,6 %

2,1 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,23 %

0,15 %

0,092 %

0,26 %

0,23 %

TCH/AFS7.95

(FER)

0,36 %

0,045 %

0,024 %

0,096 %

0,36 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,11 %

0,032 %

0,02 %

0,06 %

0,11 %

TCH/AFS7.4

(FER)

0,41 %

0,069 %

0,028 %

0,13 %

0,41 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,054 %

0,016 %

0,009 %

0,033 %

0,054 %

TCH/AFS6.7

(FER)

0,16 %

0,017 %

0,01 %

0,026 %

0,16 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,082 %

0,022 %

0,013 %

0,044 %

0,082 %

TCH/AFS5.9

(FER)

0,094 %

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,011 %

0,094 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,014 %

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,003 %

0,014 %

TCH/AFS5.15

(FER)

0,07 %

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,07 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,014 %

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,002 %

0,014 %

TCH/AFS4.75

(FER)

0,029 %

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,029 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,005 %

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,005 %

TCH/AFS-INB

(FER)

0,034 %

0,013 %

0,002 %

0,019 %

0,034 %

TCH/AFS

(EVSIDUR)

0,82 %

0,17 %

0,17 %

0,17 %

0,82 %

TCH/AFS

(EVRFR)

0,095 %

0,007 %

0,007 %

0,011 %

0,095 %

TCH/AHS7.95

(FER)

20 %

20 %

17 %

28 %

20 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

2,3 %

2,3 %

2 %

2,9 %

2,3 %

– class II

(RBER)

5 %

5 %

4,7 %

5,7 %

5 %

TCH/AHS7.4

(FER)

16 %

16 %

14 %

22 %

16 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

1,4 %

1,4 %

1,1 %

1,8 %

1,4 %

– class II

(RBER)

5,3 %

5,3 %

5 %

6,0 %

5,3 %

TCH/AHS6.7

(FER)

9,2 %

9,2 %

8 %

13 %

9,2 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

1,1 %

1,1 %

0,93 %

1,5 %

1,1 %

– class II

(RBER)

5,8 %

5,8 %

5,5 %

6,6 %

5,8 %

TCH/AHS5.9

(FER)

5,7 %

5.7 %

4,9 %

8,6 %

5,7 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,51 %

0,51 %

0,42 %

0,73 %

0,51 %

– class II

(RBER)

6 %

6 %

5,7 %

6,8 %

6 %

TCH/AHS5.15

(FER)

2,5 %

2,5 %

2,2 %

4 %

2,5 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,51 %

0,51 %

0,43 %

0,78 %

0,51 %

– class II

(RBER)

6,3 %

6,3 %

6 %

7,2 %

6,3 %

TCH/AHS4.75

(FER)

1,2 %

1,2 %

1,2 %

1,8 %

1,2 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,17 %

0,17 %

0,14 %

0,26 %

0,17 %

– class II

(RBER)

6,4 %

6,4 %

6,2 %

7,4 %

6,4 %

TCH/AHS-INB

(FER)

0,72 %

0,64 %

0,53 %

0,94 %

0,72 %

TCH/AHS

(EVSIDUR)

1,5 %

1,5 %

2,1 %

1,5 %

1,5 %

TCH/AHS

(EVRFR)

0,25 %

0,24 %

0,33 %

0,38 %

0,25 %

PDTCH/CS-1 to 4

(BLER)

10%

10%

10%

10%

10 %

PDTCH/MCS-1

to 6

(BLER)

10%

10%

10%

10%

10%

PDTCH/MCS-7

(BLER)

10 %

10 %

30 %

30 %

10 %

PDTCH/MCS-8

(BLER)

10 %

10 %

30 %

10 %

PDTCH/MCS-9

(BLER)

10 %

10 %

10 %

PRACH/11 bits

(BLER)

15%

15%

15%

15%

15 %

PRACH/8 bits

(BLER)

15%

15%

15%

15%

15 %

PACCH

(BLER)

10%

10%

10%

10%

10 %

NOTE : For GSM 400 the speeds shall be doubled (e.g. TU50 shall be TU100).

Table 17b: DCS1800, PCS 1900 and MXM 1900 Multipath error performance
limits at RX sensitivity level

Channel Type

Error Measure

Error Ratios for the specified propagation conditions

TU50 (no SFH)

TU50 (ideal SFH)

RA130 (no SFH)

HT100 (no SFH)

TI5 (no SFH)

FACCH/H

(FER)

7.2 %

7.2 %

5.7 %

10.4 %

6.9 %

FACCH/F

(FER)

3.9 %

3.9 %

3.4 %

7.4 %

8.0 %

E-FACCH/F

(FER)

5 %

5 %

5 %

5 %

5 %

SDCCH and SACCH

(FER)

9.0 %

9.0 %

8.0 %

13.0 %

13 %

RACH

(FER)

13 %

13 %

12 %

13 %

13 %

E-TCH/F43,2 NT

(BLER)

10 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

E-TCH/F32,0 T

(BER)

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

E-TCH/F28,8 T

(BER)

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

0.1 %

E-TCH/F28,8 NT

(BLER)

10 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

10 %

TCH/F14.4

(BER)

2.1%

2.0%

2.0%

6.5%

2.5%

TCH/F9.6

(BER)

0.40 %

0.40 %

0.10 %

0.70 %

0.50 %

TCH/F4.8

(BER)

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

TCH/F2.4

(BER)

10‑5

10‑5

10‑5

10‑5

2 10‑4

TCH/H4.8

(BER)

0.40 %

0.40 %

0.10 %

0.70 %

0.50 %

TCH/H2.4

(BER)

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

10‑4

TCH/FS

(FER)

3.0a %

3.0a %

2.0a %

7.0a %

6.0 %

‑ class Ib

(RBER)

0.30/a %

0.30/a %

0.20/a %

0.50/a %

0.40/ %

‑ class II

(RBER)

8.0 %

8.0 %

7.0 %

9.0 %

8.0 %

TCH/HS

(FER)

4.2 %

4.2 %

4.1 %

5.0 %

4.1 %

‑ class Ib

(RBER, BFI=0)

0.38 %

0.38 %

0.28 %

0.63 %

0.36 %

‑ class II

(RBER, BFI=0)

6.9 %

6.9 %

6.8 %

7.8 %

6.9 %

(UFR)

5.7 %

5.7 %

5.0 %

8.1 %

5.6 %

‑ class Ib

(RBER, UFI=0)

0.26 %

0.26 %

0.21 %

0.35 %

0.24 %

(EVSIDR)

7.0 %

7.0 %

6.0 %

9.9 %

6.8 %

(RBER, SID=2 and BFI=0)

0.01 %

0.01 %

0.01 %

0.02 %

0.01 %

(ESIDR)

3.0 %

3.0 %

3.2 %

3.9 %

3.0 %

(RBER, SID=1 or 2)

0.33 %

0.33 %

0.21 %

0.45 %

0.3 %

TCH/EFS

(FER)

4 %

4 %

3 %

7%

8 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0.12 %

0.12 %

0.10 %

0.24 %

0.21 %

– class II

(RBER)

8 %

8 %

7 %

9 %

7 %

TCH/AFS12.2

(FER)

2 %

2,0 %

1,3 %

4,6 %

4,9 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

1,4 %

1,4 %

1,2 %

2,1 %

1,5 %

TCH/AFS10.2

(FER)

0,65 %

0,65 %

0,41 %

1,6 %

2,1 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,12 %

0,12 %

0,084 %

0,26 %

0,23 %

TCH/AFS7.95

(FER)

0,025 %

0,025 %

0,018 %

0,089 %

0,36 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,023 %

0,023 %

0,016 %

0,061 %

0,11 %

TCH/AFS7.4

(FER)

0,036 %

0,036 %

0,023 %

0,13 %

0,41 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,013 %

0,013 %

0,007 %

0,031 %

0,054 %

TCH/AFS6.7

(FER)

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,031 %

0,16 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,017 %

0,017 %

0,01 %

0,041 %

0,082 %

TCH/AFS5.9

(FER)

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,094 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,002 %

0,014 %

TCH/AFS5.15

(FER)

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,07 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,003 %

0,014 %

TCH/AFS4.75

(FER)

0,01 %

0,01 %

0,029 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,001 %

0,005 %

TCH/AFS-INB

(FER)

0,011 %

0,011 %

0,006 %

0,021 %

0,034 %

TCH/AFS

(EVSIDUR)

0,19 %

0,19 %

0,17 %

0,25 %

0,82 %

TCH/AFS

(EVRFR)

0,007 %

0,007 %

0,002 %

0,01 %

0,095 %

TCH/AHS7.95

(FER)

20 %

20 %

17 %

27 %

20 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

2,3 %

2,3 %

2 %

2,9 %

2,3 %

– class II

(RBER)

5 %

5 %

4,8 %

5,7 %

5 %

TCH/AHS7.4

(FER)

16 %

16 %

13 %

22 %

16 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

1,4 %

1,4 %

1,1 %

1,9 %

1,4 %

– class II

(RBER)

5,3 %

5,3 %

5,1 %

6,0 %

5,3 %

TCH/AHS6.7

(FER)

9,4 %

9,4 %

7,5 %

13 %

9,2 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

1,1 %

1,1 %

0,92 %

1,5 %

1,1 %

– class II

(RBER)

5,8 %

5,8 %

5,5 %

6,6 %

5,8 %

TCH/AHS5.9

(FER)

5,9 %

5,9 %

4,6 %

8,5 %

5,7 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,52 %

0,52 %

0,39 %

0,72 %

0,51 %

– class II

(RBER)

6,1 %

6,1 %

5,8 %

6,8 %

6 %

TCH/AHS5.15

(FER)

2,6 %

2,6 %

2 %

3,7 %

2,5 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,53 %

0,53 %

0,4 %

0,76 %

0,51 %

– class II

(RBER)

6,3 %

6,3 %

6,1 %

7,2 %

6,3 %

TCH/AHS4.75

(FER)

1,2 %

1,2 %

1,1 %

1,7 %

1,2 %

– class Ib

(RBER)

0,18 %

0,18 %

0,13 %

0,25 %

0,17 %

– class II

(RBER)

6,5 %

6,5 %

6,2 %

7,3 %

6,4 %

TCH/AHS-INB

(FER)

0,64 %

0,64 %

0,53 %

0,94 %

0,72 %

TCH/AHS

(EVSIDUR)

1,3 %

1,3 %

2,1 %

1,5 %

1,5 %

TCH/AHS

(EVRFR)

0,24 %

0,24 %

0,25 %

0,24 %

0,25 %

PDTCH/CS-1 to 4

(BLER)

10%

10%

10%

10%

10 %

PDTCH/MCS-1 to 6

(BLER)

10%

10%

10%

10%

10%

PDTCH/MCS-7

(BLER)

10 %

10 %

30 %

10 %

PDTCH/MCS-8

(BLER)

30 %

30 %

30 %

PDTCH/MCS-9

(BLER)

30 %

30 %

30 %

PRACH/11 bit

(BLER)

15%

15%

15%

15%

15 %

PRACH/8 bit

(BLER)

15%

15%

15%

15%

15 %

PACCH

(BLER)

10%

10%

10%

10%

10 %

The value of a in table 17a,b shall be between 1 and 1.6, and shall be the same for both occurrences in each propagation condition; it may be different for different propagation conditions.

NOTE: For each TU50 (ideal FH), sufficient decorrelation may be achieved with 4 frequencies spaced over 5 MHz.

7.4.5 Requirement Reference

GSM 05.05 (EN 300 910) [22] subclause 6.2.