7 Receiver total radiated sensitivity

37.1443GPPRelease 16TSUser Equipment (UE) and Mobile Station (MS) GSM, UTRA and E-UTRA over the air performance requirements

7.1 Minimum requirement for roaming bands for handheld UE

The average measured total radiated sensitivity (TRS) of low, mid and high channel for handheld UE shall be lower than the average TRS requirement specified in subclauses 7.1.1, 7.1.2 and 7.1.3. The averaging shall be done in linear scale for the TRS results of both right and left side of the phantom head in case of beside the head phantom and beside the head and hand phantom positions. For the hand phantom browsing mode position the averaging shall be done in linear scale for the TRS results of both right and left hand phantom measurements. Average TRS requirement is shown in the column “Average” on the requirement tables.

In addition the highest TRS of each measured channel shall be lower than maximum TRS requirement specified in subclauses 7.1.1, 7.1.2 and 7.1.3. Maximum TRS requirement is shown in the column “Max” on the requirement tables.

7.1.1 Beside the head phantom position

Beside the head phantom test method is defined in TR 25.914 [6] subclauses 5.1.1 and 5.1.2.

7.1.1.1 GSM

Handheld MS TRS minimum performance requirements for GMSK in beside the head phantom position and the primary mechanical mode for TCH/FS at 2% class II (RBER) [3] are defined in Table 7.1.1.1-1.

Table 7.1.1.1-1: Handheld UE TRS minimum requirements for GSM roaming bands in beside the head phantom position and the primary mechanical mode

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

GSM 850

dBm

-98

-95

GSM 900

dBm

-97

-94

DCS 1800

dBm

-99,5

-96,5

PCS 1900

dBm

-98,5

-95,5

NOTE 1: For power class 1 and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UMTS.

7.1.1.2 UTRA FDD

Handheld UE TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA FDD in beside the head phantom position and the primary mechanical mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Table 7.1.1.2-1.

Table 7.1.1.2-1: Handheld UE TRS minimum requirements for UTRA FDD roaming bands in beside the head phantom position and the primary mechanical mode

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

I

dBm/3,84 MHz

-101

-98

II

dBm/3,84 MHz

-99

-96

III

dBm/3,84 MHz

-98

-95

IV

dBm/3,84 MHz

-101

-98

V

dBm/3,84 MHz

-96

-93

VI

dBm/3,84 MHz

-96

-93

VII

dBm/3,84 MHz

-99

-96

VIII

dBm/3,84 MHz

-96

-93

IX

dBm/3,84 MHz

-100

-97

XIX

dBm/3,84 MHz

-96

-93

NOTE 1: For Power class 3, 3bis and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: For the UE which supports both Band III and Band IX operating frequencies, the reference level of TDB dBm TRS <REFÎor> [average and min] shall apply for Band IX.

NOTE 3: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UMTS.

NOTE 4: For the UE which supports DB-DC-HSDPA configuration 2, average <REFÎor> level of -98 dBm/3,84 MHz and max <REFÎor> level of -95 dBm/3,84 MHz shall apply for Band II.

NOTE 5: For the UE which supports DB-DC-HSDPA configuration 2, average <REFÎor> level of -100 dBm/3,84 MHz and max <REFÎor> level of -97 dBm/3,84 MHz shall apply for Band IV.

7.1.1.3 UTRA LCR TDD

Handheld UE TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA LCR FDD in beside the head phantom position and the primary mechanical mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Table 7.1.1.3-1.

Table 7.1.1.3-1: Handheld UE TRS minimum requirement for UTRA LCR TDD roaming bands in beside the head phantom position and the primary mechanical mode

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

a

dBm/1,28 MHz

-101

-100

b

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

c

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

d

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

e

dBm/1,28 MHz

-101

-100

f

dBm/1,28 MHz

-101

-100

Note: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UTRA LCR TDD.

7.1.2 Beside the head and hand phantoms position

Beside the head and hand phantom position is defined in TR 25.914 [6] subclauses 5.1.5 and 5.1.6.

7.1.2.1 UTRA FDD

Handheld UE TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA FDD in beside the head and hand phantoms position and the primary mechanical mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Table 7.1.2.1-1.

Table 7.1.2.1-1: Handheld UE TRS minimum requirements for UTRA FDD roaming bands in beside the head and hand phantoms position and the primary mechanical mode

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

I

dBm/3,84 MHz

-101,00

TBD

II

dBm/3,84 MHz

-99,00

TBD

III

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

IV

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

V

dBm/3,84 MHz

-96,75

TBD

VI

dBm/3,84 MHz

-96,75

TBD

VII

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VIII

dBm/3,84 MHz

-96,75

TBD

IX

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

XIX

dBm/3,84 MHz

-96,75

TBD

NOTE 1: For power class 3, 3bis and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: For the UE which supports both Band III and Band IX operating frequencies, the reference level of TDB dBm TRS <REFÎor> [average and min] shall apply for Band IX.

NOTE 3: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UMTS.

NOTE 4: For the UE which supports DB-DC-HSDPA configuration 2, average <REFÎor> level of -98 dBm/3,84 MHz and max <REFÎor> level of -95 dBm/3,84 MHz shall apply for Band II.

NOTE 5: For the UE which supports DB-DC-HSDPA configuration 2, average <REFÎor> level of -100 dBm/3,84 MHz and max <REFÎor> level of -97 dBm/3,84 MHz shall apply for Band IV.

NOTE 6: Applicable for devices narrower than 72mm as defined in TR 25.914.

NOTE 7: Not applicable for devices supporting CDMA or aggregated carriers (e.g. multi-carrier HSPA, LTE Carrier Aggregation).

7.1.2.2 UTRA LCR TDD

Handheld UE TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA LCR TDD in beside the head and hand phantoms position and the primary mechanical mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Table 7.1.2.2-1.

Table 7.1.2.2-1: Handheld UE TRS minimum requirement for UTRA LCR TDD roaming bands in beside the head and hand phantoms position and the primary mechanical mode

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

a

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

b

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

c

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

d

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

e

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

f

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

Note: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UTRA LCR TDD.

7.1.2.3 E-UTRA FDD

7.1.2.4 E-UTRA TDD

7.1.3 Hand phantom browsing mode position

Hand phantom browsing mode position is defined in TR 25.914 [6] subclauses 5.1.5 and 5.1.7.

7.1.3.1 UTRA FDD

Handheld UE TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA FDD in hand phantom browsing mode position and the primary mechanical mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Table 7.1.3.1-1.

Table 7.1.3.1-1: Handheld UE TRS minimum requirements for UTRA FDD roaming bands in hand phantom browsing mode position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

I

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

II

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

III

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

IV

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

V

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VI

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VII

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VIII

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

IX

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

XIX

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

NOTE 1: For power class 3, 3bis and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: For the UE which supports both Band III and Band IX operating frequencies, the reference level of TDB dBm TRS <REFÎor> [average and min] shall apply for Band IX.

NOTE 3: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UMTS.

NOTE 4: For the UE which supports DB-DC-HSDPA configuration 2, average <REFÎor> level of -98 dBm/3,84 MHz and max <REFÎor> level of -95 dBm/3,84 MHz shall apply for Band II.

NOTE 5: For the UE which supports DB-DC-HSDPA configuration 2, average <REFÎor> level of -100 dBm/3,84 MHz and max <REFÎor> level of -97 dBm/3,84 MHz shall apply for Band IV.

7.1.3.2 UTRA LCR TDD

Handheld UE TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA LCR TDD in hand phantom browsing mode position and the primary mechanical mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Table 7.1.3.2-1.

Table 7.1.3.2-1: Handheld UE TRS minimum requirement for UTRA LCR TDD roaming bands in hand phantom browsing mode position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

a

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

b

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

c

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

d

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

e

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

f

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

Note: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UTRA LCR TDD.

7.1.3.3 E-UTRA FDD

7.1.3.4 E-UTRA TDD

7.2 Minimum requirement for roaming bands for LME

The average measured TRS of low, mid and high channel for laptop mounted equipment shall be lower than average TRS requirement specified in this subclause. The averaging shall be done in linear scale for the TRS results. Average TRS requirement is shown in the column “Average” on the requirement tables.

In addition the highest TRS of each measured channel shall be lower than maximum TRS requirement specified in this subclause. Maximum TRS requirement is shown in the column “Max” on the requirement tables.

7.2.1 GSM

LME TRS minimum performance requirements for GPRS PDTCH/CS1 at 10% BLER [3] with laptop ground plane phantom in data transfer position are defined in Table 7.2.1-1.

Table 7.2.1-1: LME TRS minimum requirements for GSM in data transfer position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

GSM 850

dBm

TBD

TBD

GSM 900

dBm

TBD

TBD

DCS 1800

dBm

TBD

TBD

PCS 1900

dBm

TBD

TBD

NOTE 1: For power class 1 and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UMTS.

NOTE 3: Applicable for USB plug-in devices.

7.2.2 UTRA FDD

LME TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA FDD with laptop ground plane phantom in data transfer position mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Table 7.2.2-1. [The values in the tables are Îor with no interference.]

Table 7.2.2-1: LME TRS minimum requirements for UTRA FDD in data transfer position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

I

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

II

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

III

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

IV

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

V

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VI

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VII

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VIII

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

IX

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

XIX

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

NOTE 1: For power class 3, 3bis and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UMTS.

NOTE 3: Applicable for USB plug-in devices.

7.2.3 UTRA LCR TDD

LME TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA LCR TDD with laptop ground plane phantom in data transfer position mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Table 7.2.3-1. [The values in the tables are Îor with no interference.]

Table 7.2.3-1: LME TRS minimum requirements for UTRA LCR TDD in data transfer position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

a

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

b

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

c

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

d

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

e

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

f

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

NOTE 1: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UTRA LCR TDD.

NOTE 2: Applicable for USB plug-in devices.

7.2.4 E-UTRA FDD

7.2.5 E-UTRA TDD

7.3 Minimum requirement for roaming bands for LEE

The average measured TRS of low, mid and high channel for laptop embedded equipment shall be lower than average TRS requirements specified in this subclause. The averaging shall be done in linear scale for the TRS results. Average TRS requirement is shown in the column “Average” on the requirement tables.

In addition the highest TRS of each measured channel shall be lower than maximum TRS requirement specified in this subclause. Maximum TRS requirement is shown in the column “Max” on the requirement tables.

7.3.1 GSM

LEE TRS minimum performance requirements for GPRS PDTCH/CS1 at 10% BLER [3] are defined in Tables 7.3.1-1 and 7.3.1-2.

Table 7.3.1-1: Notebook TRS minimum requirements for GSM in data transfer position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

GSM 850

dBm

TBD

TBD

GSM 900

dBm

TBD

TBD

DCS 1800

dBm

TBD

TBD

PCS 1900

dBm

TBD

TBD

NOTE 1: For power class 1 and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UMTS.

NOTE 3: Applicable for notebook devices.

Table 7.3.1-2: Tablet TRS minimum requirements for GSM in data transfer position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

GSM 850

dBm

TBD

TBD

GSM 900

dBm

TBD

TBD

DCS 1800

dBm

TBD

TBD

PCS 1900

dBm

TBD

TBD

NOTE 1: For power class 1 and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UMTS.

NOTE 3: Applicable for tablet devices.

7.3.2 UTRA FDD

LEE TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA FDD in data transfer position mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Tables 7.3.2-1 and 7.3.3-2. [The values in the tables are Îor with no interference.]

Table 7.3.2-1: Notebook TRS minimum requirements for UTRA FDD in data transfer position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

I

dBm/3,84 MHz

-103,5

-102,0

II

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

III

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

IV

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

V

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VI

dBm/3,84 MHz

-101,5

-99,5

VII

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VIII

dBm/3,84 MHz

-101,5

-99,5

IX

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

XIX

dBm/3,84 MHz

-101,5

-99,5

NOTE 1: For power class 3, 3bis and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: Applicable for multi-mode GSM/UMTS/LTE.

NOTE 3: Applicable for notebook devices.

NOTE: TRS minimum performance requirements in table 7.3.2-1 apply to HSPA and LTE UEs supporting only single carrier operation. Their applicability to multi-carrier operation is FFS. This is because it has not been verified whether the UEs measured to derive the requirements supported carrier aggregation or not.

Table 7.3.2-2: Tablet TRS minimum requirements for UTRA FDD in data transfer position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

I

dBm/3,84 MHz

-105,75

-104,25

II

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

III

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

IV

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

V

dBm/3,84 MHz

-103

-101,0

VI

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VII

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

VIII

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

IX

dBm/3,84 MHz

TBD

TBD

XIX

dBm/3,84 MHz

-103

-101,0

NOTE 1: For power class 3, 3bis and 4 this shall be achieved at the maximum output power.

NOTE 2: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UMTS.

NOTE 3: Applicable for tablet devices with two antennas.

7.3.3 UTRA LCR TDD

LEE TRS minimum performance requirements for UTRA LCR TDD in data transfer position mode for 1% BER with 12.2kbps DL reference channel as defined in Annex C.3 of [2] are defined in Tables 7.3.3-1 and 7.3.2-2. [The values in the tables are Îor with no interference.]

Table 7.3.3-1: LEE TRS minimum requirements for UTRA LCR TDD in data transfer position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

a

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

b

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

c

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

d

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

e

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

f

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

NOTE 1: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UTRA LCR TDD.

NOTE 2: Applicable for notebook devices.

Table 7.3.3-2: Tablet TRS minimum requirements for UTRA LCR TDD in data transfer position

Operating band

Unit

<REFÎor>

Average

Max

a

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

b

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

c

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

d

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

e

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

f

dBm/1,28 MHz

TBD

TBD

NOTE 1: Applicable for dual-mode GSM/UTRA LCR TDD.

NOTE 2: Applicable for tablet devices.

7.3.4 E-UTRA FDD

LEE TRS minimum performance requirements for E-UTRA FDD in data transfer position mode for throughput ≥ 95% of the maximum throughput of the reference measurement channels as specified in section 7.3 of TS 36.521-1 [9] and Annex A of TS 36.521-1 [9] are defined in Table 7.3.4-1 for Tablet devices.

Table 7.3.4-1: Tablet TRS minimum requirements for E-UTRA FDD in data transfer position

Operating band

Channel bandwidth

Sensitivity (dBm)

Average

Max

1

10 MHz

-93.75

-92.25

2

10 MHz

3

10 MHz

-95.0

-93.5

4

10 MHz

5

10 MHz

7

10 MHz

-93.5

-92.0

8

10 MHz

12

10 MHz

13

10 MHz

19

10 MHz

-91.5

-89.5

20

10 MHz

-92.5

-90.5

21

15 MHz

-90.0

-88.5

28

10 MHz

32

10 MHz

NOTE 1: Applicable for multi-mode GSM/UMTS/LTE.

NOTE 2: Applicability for devices supporting CDMA or aggregated carriers (e.g. multi-carrier HSPA, LTE Carrier Aggregation) is FFS.

7.3.5 E-UTRA TDD