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3GPP2 C.

S0032-A

Version 1.0

Date: December 2005

Recommended Minimum Performance Standards


for cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Access
Network

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1 NOTES.......................................................................................................................... xii

2 NORMATIVE REFERENCES ......................................................................................... xiii

3 1 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................ 1-1

4 1.1 Scope .................................................................................................................. 1-1

5 1.2 Terms and Definitions ......................................................................................... 1-1

6 1.2.1 Definitions ..................................................................................................... 1-1

7 1.2.2 Terms ............................................................................................................ 1-8

8 1.3 HRPD Equations................................................................................................ 1-10

9 1.3.1 Transmit Power at the Access Terminal ........................................................ 1-10

10 1.3.2 Received Signal Strength.............................................................................. 1-12

11 1.3.2.1 Connection Setup State .......................................................................... 1-12

12 1.3.2.1.1 Access Probe Preamble Portion.......................................................... 1-12

13 1.3.2.1.2 Access Probe Capsule Portion ........................................................... 1-12

14 1.3.2.1.2.1 Single-Path Case......................................................................... 1-12

15 1.3.2.1.2.2 Two-Path Case ............................................................................ 1-12

16 1.3.2.1.2.3 Three-Path Case ......................................................................... 1-12

17 1.3.2.2 Connected State ..................................................................................... 1-13

18 1.3.2.2.1 DRC Non-Gated Transmission........................................................... 1-13

19 1.3.2.2.1.1 Single-Path Case......................................................................... 1-13

20 1.3.2.2.1.2 Two-Path Case ............................................................................ 1-13

21 1.3.2.2.1.3 Three-Path Case ......................................................................... 1-14

22 1.3.2.2.2 DRC Gated Transmission.................................................................. 1-15

23 1.3.2.2.2.1 Single-Path Case......................................................................... 1-15

24 1.3.2.2.2.2 Two-Path Case ............................................................................ 1-15

25 1.3.2.2.2.3 Three-Path Case ......................................................................... 1-15

26 2 STANDARD EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES........................................... 2-1

27 2.1 Radiated Emissions Measurement........................................................................ 2-1

28 2.1.1 Standard Radiation Test Site.......................................................................... 2-1

29 2.1.2 Search Antenna ............................................................................................. 2-1

30 2.1.3 Field-Strength Measurement .......................................................................... 2-2

31 2.1.4 Frequency Range of Measurements ................................................................ 2-2

32 2.1.5 Test Ranges ................................................................................................... 2-2

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1 2.1.5.1 30-Meter Test Range ................................................................................ 2-2

2 2.1.5.2 3-Meter Test Range .................................................................................. 2-3

3 2.1.6 Radiated Signal Measurement Procedures ...................................................... 2-3

4 2.2 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Measurement.............................................. 2-4

5 2.2.1 Standard AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Test Site ................................ 2-4

6 2.2.2 Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN) Unit .......................................... 2-4

7 2.2.3 Standard Test Site Measurements.................................................................. 2-5

8 2.2.3.1 Floor Standing Equipment ....................................................................... 2-5

9 2.2.3.2 Table Top Mounted Equipment................................................................. 2-5

10 2.2.3.3 Measurement Procedure........................................................................... 2-5

11 2.2.3.4 Frequency Range of Measurements .......................................................... 2-5

12 2.2.4 End User or Manufacturing Plant Test Sites ................................................... 2-5

13 3 Receiver Minimum Standards.................................................................................... 3-1

14 3.1 Frequency Requirements ..................................................................................... 3-1

15 3.2 Access Probe Acquisition ..................................................................................... 3-1

16 3.2.1 Definition ...................................................................................................... 3-1

17 3.2.2 Method of Measurement ................................................................................ 3-1

18 3.2.3 Minimum Standard ....................................................................................... 3-3

19 3.3 Reverse Traffic Channel Demodulation................................................................. 3-3

20 3.3.1 Data Channel Demodulation Performance ...................................................... 3-4

21 3.3.1.1 Definition ................................................................................................ 3-4

22 3.3.1.2 Method of Measurement........................................................................... 3-4

23 3.3.1.3 Minimum Standard.................................................................................. 3-7

24 3.3.2 DRC Channel Demodulation Performance ...................................................... 3-8

25 3.3.2.1 Definition ................................................................................................ 3-8

26 3.3.2.2 Method of Measurement........................................................................... 3-9

27 3.3.2.3 Minimum Standard................................................................................ 3-10

28 3.3.3 ACK Channel Demodulation Performance..................................................... 3-11

29 3.3.3.1 Definition .............................................................................................. 3-11

30 3.3.3.2 Method of Measurement......................................................................... 3-11

31 3.3.3.3 Minimum Standard................................................................................ 3-12

32 3.3.4 DSC Channel Demodulation Performance .................................................... 3-13

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1 3.3.4.1 Definition............................................................................................... 3-13

2 3.3.4.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 3-14

3 3.3.4.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 3-15

4 3.4 Receiver Performance......................................................................................... 3-15

5 3.4.1 Receiver Sensitivity ...................................................................................... 3-15

6 3.4.1.1 Definition............................................................................................... 3-15

7 3.4.1.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 3-15

8 3.4.1.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 3-16

9 3.4.2 Receiver Dynamic Range .............................................................................. 3-16

10 3.4.2.1 Definition............................................................................................... 3-16

11 3.4.2.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 3-16

12 3.4.2.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 3-16

13 3.4.3 Single Tone Desensitization.......................................................................... 3-17

14 3.4.3.1 Definition............................................................................................... 3-17

15 3.4.3.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 3-17

16 3.4.3.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 3-19

17 3.4.4 Intermodulation Spurious Response Attenuation .......................................... 3-19

18 3.4.4.1 Definition............................................................................................... 3-19

19 3.4.4.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 3-19

20 3.4.4.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 3-20

21 3.4.5 Adjacent Channel Selectivity ........................................................................ 3-20

22 3.4.5.1 Definition............................................................................................... 3-20

23 3.4.5.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 3-20

24 3.4.5.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 3-21

25 3.4.6 Receiver Blocking Characteristics ................................................................. 3-21

26 3.4.6.1 Definition............................................................................................... 3-21

27 3.4.6.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 3-21

28 3.4.6.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 3-22

29 3.5 Limitations on Emissions................................................................................... 3-22

30 3.5.1 Conducted Spurious Emissions .................................................................... 3-22

31 3.5.1.1 Definition............................................................................................... 3-22

32 3.5.1.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 3-22

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1 3.5.1.3 Minimum Standard................................................................................ 3-23

2 3.5.2 Radiated Spurious Emissions ...................................................................... 3-23

3 3.6 Received Signal Quality Indicator (RSQI) ............................................................ 3-24

4 3.6.1 Definition .................................................................................................... 3-24

5 3.6.2 Method of Measurement .............................................................................. 3-24

6 3.6.3 Minimum Standard ..................................................................................... 3-25

7 4 Transmitter Minimum Standards .............................................................................. 4-1

8 4.1 Frequency Requirements ..................................................................................... 4-1

9 4.1.1 Frequency Coverage....................................................................................... 4-1

10 4.1.2 Frequency Tolerance...................................................................................... 4-1

11 4.1.2.1 Definition ................................................................................................ 4-1

12 4.1.2.2 Method of Measurement........................................................................... 4-1

13 4.1.2.3 Minimum Standard.................................................................................. 4-1

14 4.2 Modulation Requirements.................................................................................... 4-1

15 4.2.1 Synchronization and Timing .......................................................................... 4-1

16 4.2.1.1 Pilot Channel Time Tolerance ................................................................... 4-1

17 4.2.1.1.1 Definition........................................................................................... 4-2

18 4.2.1.1.2 Method of Measurement ..................................................................... 4-2

19 4.2.1.1.3 Minimum Standard ............................................................................ 4-2

20 4.2.2 Waveform Quality.......................................................................................... 4-2

21 4.2.2.1 Definition ................................................................................................ 4-2

22 4.2.2.2 Method of Measurement........................................................................... 4-2

23 4.2.2.3 Minimum Standard.................................................................................. 4-3

24 4.2.3 MAC Channel ................................................................................................ 4-4

25 4.2.3.1 RPC Channel time Response .................................................................... 4-4

26 4.2.3.1.1 Definition........................................................................................... 4-4

27 4.2.3.1.2 Method of Measurement ..................................................................... 4-4

28 4.2.3.1.3 Minimum Standard ............................................................................ 4-6

29 4.2.4 Forward Traffic Channel ................................................................................ 4-7

30 4.2.4.1 Forward Traffic Channel Response to ACK Channel .................................. 4-7

31 4.2.4.1.1 Definition........................................................................................... 4-7

32 4.2.4.1.2 Method of Measurement ..................................................................... 4-7

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1 4.2.4.1.3 Minimum Standard ............................................................................ 4-7

2 4.3 RF Output Power Requirements ........................................................................... 4-8

3 4.3.1 Total Power.................................................................................................... 4-8

4 4.3.1.1 Definition................................................................................................. 4-8

5 4.3.1.2 Method of Measurement ........................................................................... 4-8

6 4.3.1.3 Minimum Standard .................................................................................. 4-8

7 4.3.2 Pilot/MAC Channel Power .............................................................................. 4-9

8 4.3.2.1 Definition................................................................................................. 4-9

9 4.3.2.2 Method of Measurement ........................................................................... 4-9

10 4.3.2.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 4-10

11 4.3.3 Code Domain Power ..................................................................................... 4-10

12 4.3.3.1 Code Domain Power of MAC Channel ...................................................... 4-11

13 4.3.3.1.1 Definition ......................................................................................... 4-11

14 4.3.3.1.2 Method of Measurement ................................................................... 4-11

15 4.3.3.1.3 Minimum Standard .......................................................................... 4-11

16 4.3.3.2 Code Domain Power of Forward Traffic and Control Channels ................. 4-12

17 4.3.3.2.1 Definition ......................................................................................... 4-12

18 4.3.3.2.2 Method of Measurement ................................................................... 4-12

19 4.3.3.2.3 Minimum Standard .......................................................................... 4-12

20 4.4 Limitations on Emissions................................................................................... 4-12

21 4.4.1 Conducted Spurious Emissions .................................................................... 4-12

22 4.4.1.1 Definition............................................................................................... 4-12

23 4.4.1.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 4-12

24 4.4.1.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 4-14

25 4.4.2 Radiated Spurious Emissions....................................................................... 4-20

26 4.4.3 Inter-Sector Transmitter Intermodulation ..................................................... 4-20

27 4.4.3.1 Definition............................................................................................... 4-20

28 4.4.3.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 4-21

29 4.4.3.3 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ 4-22

30 4.4.4 Occupied Bandwidth.................................................................................... 4-22

31 4.4.4.1 Definition............................................................................................... 4-22

32 4.4.4.2 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... 4-22

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1 4.4.4.3 Minimum Standard................................................................................ 4-22

2 5 General Requirements............................................................................................... 5-1

3 5.1 Temperature and Power Supply Voltage ............................................................... 5-1

4 5.1.1 Definition ...................................................................................................... 5-1

5 5.1.2 Method of Measurement ................................................................................ 5-1

6 5.1.3 Minimum Standard ....................................................................................... 5-2

7 5.2 High Humidity .................................................................................................... 5-2

8 5.2.1 Definition ...................................................................................................... 5-2

9 5.2.2 Method of Measurement ................................................................................ 5-2

10 5.2.3 Minimum Standard ....................................................................................... 5-2

11 5.3 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions ................................................................... 5-2

12 5.3.1 Definition ...................................................................................................... 5-2

13 5.3.2 Method of Measurement ................................................................................ 5-3

14 5.3.3 Minimum Standard ....................................................................................... 5-3

15 6 Standard Test Conditions.......................................................................................... 6-1

16 6.1 Standard Equipment ........................................................................................... 6-1

17 6.1.1 Basic Equipment ........................................................................................... 6-1

18 6.1.2 Associated Equipment ................................................................................... 6-1

19 6.2 Standard Environmental Test Conditions............................................................. 6-1

20 6.3 Standard Conditions for the Primary Power Supply .............................................. 6-1

21 6.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 6-1

22 6.3.2 Standard DC Test Voltage from Accumulator Batteries ................................... 6-1

23 6.3.3 Standard AC Voltage and Frequency .............................................................. 6-2

24 6.4 Standard Test Equipment.................................................................................... 6-2

25 6.4.1 Channel Simulator ........................................................................................ 6-2

26 6.4.2 Waveform Quality Measurement Equipment................................................... 6-5

27 6.4.2.1 Rho Meter................................................................................................ 6-5

28 6.4.2.2 Code Domain Measurement Equipment.................................................... 6-9

29 6.4.3 Access Terminal Simulator .......................................................................... 6-13

30 6.4.4 AWGN Generator ......................................................................................... 6-14

31 6.4.5 CW Generator ............................................................................................. 6-14

32 6.4.6 Spectrum Analyzer ...................................................................................... 6-15

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1 6.4.7 Average Power Meter .................................................................................... 6-16

2 6.4.8 RF Output Load ........................................................................................... 6-16

3 6.5 Functional System Setups ................................................................................. 6-17

4 6.5.1 Functional Block Diagrams .......................................................................... 6-17

5 6.5.2 General Comments ...................................................................................... 6-22

6 6.6 Standard Duty Cycle.......................................................................................... 6-23

7 6.7 Error Rates Measurement .................................................................................. 6-23

8 6.7.1 Packet Error Rates Measurement ................................................................. 6-23

9 6.7.2 DRC Channel Performance Metrics............................................................... 6-23

10 6.7.3 ACK Channel Performance Metrics ............................................................... 6-23

11 6.7.4 DSC Channel Performance Metrics ............................................................... 6-24

12 6.8 Confidence Limits .............................................................................................. 6-25

13 ANNEX A SELECTED PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS TABLES .................................A-1

14 A.1 Demodulation Requirements................................................................................A-1

15 A.1.1 Access Probe Acquisition................................................................................A-1

16 A.1.1.1 Method of Measurement ...........................................................................A-1

17 A.1.1.2 Minimum Standard ..................................................................................A-3

18 A.1.2 Data Channel Demodulation Performance ......................................................A-4

19 A.1.2.1 Method of Measurement ...........................................................................A-4

20 A.1.2.2 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ A-15

21 A.1.3 DRC Channel Demodulation Performance .................................................... A-24

22 A.1.3.1 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... A-25

23 A.1.3.2 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ A-30

24 A.1.4 ACK Channel Demodulation Performance ..................................................... A-37

25 A.1.4.1 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... A-38

26 A.1.4.2 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ A-41

27 A.1.5 DSC Channel Demodulation Performance..................................................... A-48

28 A.1.5.1 Method of Measurement ......................................................................... A-48

29 A.1.5.2 Minimum Standard ................................................................................ A-51

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1 Figure 4.2.3.1.2-1 Power Up Command Measurement Interval (Subtype 0 or 1 Physical


2 Layer) ..................................................................................................................... 4-5

3 Figure 4.2.3.1.2-2 Power Down Command Measurement Interval (Subtype 0 or 1 Physical


4 Layer) ..................................................................................................................... 4-5

5 Figure 4.2.3.1.2-3 Power Up Command Measurement Interval (Subtype 2 Physical Layer)4-6

6 Figure 4.2.3.1.2-4 Power Down Command Measurement Interval (Subtype 2 Physical Layer)
7 .............................................................................................................................. 4-6

8 Figure 4.3.1.3-1 Transmission Envelope Mask (Average non-idle half slot) ...................... 4-9

9 Figure 4.3.2.3-1 Transmission Envelope Mask (Average idle half slot) ........................... 4-10

10 Figure 6.4.1-1 Autocorrelation Coefficient of the Phase................................................... 6-3

11 Figure 6.4.2.2-1 Block diagram for Waveform Quality and Code Domain Power Coefficients
12 Calculation ........................................................................................................... 6-13

13 Figure 6.5.1-2 Functional Setup for one Access Network Multipath Fading Demodulation
14 Tests .................................................................................................................... 6-18

15 Figure 6.5.1-3 Functional Setup for Access Network Desensitization Tests.................... 6-18

16 Figure 6.5.1-4 Functional Setup for Access Network Intermodulation Spurious Response
17 Tests .................................................................................................................... 6-19

18 Figure 6.5.1-5 Functional Setup for Waveform Quality Test.......................................... 6-19

19 Figure 6.5.1-6 Functional Setup for Code Domain Power Test....................................... 6-20

20 Figure 6.5.1-7 Functional Setup for Two Sectors in Handoff Tests ................................ 6-20

21 Figure 6.5.1-8 Functional Setup for Emissions Tests.................................................... 6-21

22 Figure 6.5.1-9 Functional Setup for Access Network ACS Tests .................................... 6-22

23 Figure 6.8-1 Rate Ratio Bound as a Function of Number of Errors (K) for 90 and 95%
24 Confidence............................................................................................................ 6-29

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1 Table 3.6.3-1 Bounds on RSQI Reports ........................................................................ 3-25

2 Table 4.4.1.3-1 Band Classes 0, 2, 5, 7, 9, and 10 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits


3 ............................................................................................................................. 4-15

4 Table 4.4.1.3-2 Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits ....... 4-16

5 Table 4.4.1.3-3 Band Class 11 and 12 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits ............... 4-17

6 Table 4.4.1.3-4 Band Class 3 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits............................. 4-18

7 Table 4.4.1.3-5 Additional Band Class 6 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits ............ 4-19

8 Table 4.4.1.3-6 Additional Band Class 10 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits for North
9 American Operation............................................................................................... 4-20

10 Table 4.4.1.3-7 Additional Band Class 11 and 12 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits
11 ............................................................................................................................. 4-20

12 Table 5.1.3-1 Environmental Test Limits ........................................................................ 5-2

13 Table 6.4.1-1 Standard Channel Simulator Configurations ............................................. 6-5

14 Table 6.4.2.1-1 Accuracy of Waveform Quality Measurement Equipment......................... 6-9

15 Table 6.8-1 Trial Count (N) Thresholds for 95% Confidence ........................................... 6-27

16 Table 6.8-2 Trial Count (N) Thresholds for 90% Confidence ........................................... 6-28

17 Table A.1.1.1-1 Test Parameters for Access Probe Acquisition .........................................A-1

18 Table A.1.1.1-2 Test Parameters for Access Probe Acquisition (Cases 4 to 8) ....................A-2

19 Table A.1.1.2-1 Maximum Access Probe Failure Rate ......................................................A-3

20 Table A.1.1.2-2 Maximum Access Probe Failure Rate ......................................................A-4

21 Table A.1.2.1-1 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 1)..............A-5

22 Table A.1.2.1-2 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 2)..............A-5

23 Table A.1.2.1-5 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Perf (Cases 3 and 4) ...............A-6

24 Table A.1.2.1-6 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Perf (Cases 5 and 6) ...............A-7

25 Table A.1.2.1-7 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 7, part 1) ..A-8

26 Table A.1.2.1-8 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 7, part 2) ..A-9

27 Table A.1.2.1-9 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Cases 7 and 8) A-10

28 Table A.1.2.1-10 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 9)..........A-11

29 Table A.1.2.1-11 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 10)........A-12

30 Table A.1.2.1-12 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 11)........A-13

31 Table A.1.2.1-13 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 12)........A-14

32 Table A.1.2.2-1 Minimum Standards for Data Channel Demodulation Perf (Case 1) .......A-15

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1 Table A.1.2.2-2 Minimum Standards for Data Channel Demodulation Performance (Case 2)
2 ............................................................................................................................ A-16

3 Table A.1.2.2-3 Minimum Standards for Data Channel Demodulation Performance....... A-17

4 Table A.1.2.2-4 Minimum Standards for Data Channel Demodulation Performance....... A-18

5 Table A.1.2.2-5 Minimum Standards for Data Channel Demodulation Performance (Case 7,
6 Part 1) .................................................................................................................. A-19

7 Table A.1.2.2-6 Minimum Standards for Data Channel Demodulation Performance (Case 7,
8 Part 2) .................................................................................................................. A-20

9 Table A.1.3.2-4 Minimum Standards for DRC Channel Demod Perf (Case 2, Part 2 of 2)A-33

10 Table A.1.3.2-6 Minimum Standards for DRC Channel Demod Perf (Case 3, Part 2 of 2)A-35

11 Table A.1.3.2-8 Minimum Standards for DRC Channel Demod Perf (Case 4, Part 2 of 2)A-37

12 Table A.1.4.2-3 Minimum Standards for ACK Channel Demodulation Performance (Case 2,
13 Part 1 of 2)............................................................................................................ A-42

14 Table A.1.4.2-4 Minimum Standards for ACK Channel Demodulation Performance (Case 2,
15 Part 2 of 2)............................................................................................................ A-43

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1 NOTES

2 1. Access network refers to the network equipment providing data connectivity


3 between a packet switched data network (typically the Internet) and the access
4 terminals. Connectivity is typically provided at the Link Layer (PPP).

5 2. Sector refers to the part of the access network that provides the land side modem.

6 3. This standard uses the following verbal forms: Shall and shall not identify
7 requirements to be followed strictly to conform to the standard and from which no
8 deviation is permitted. Should and should not indicate that one of several
9 possibilities is recommended as particularly suitable, without mentioning or
10 excluding others; that a certain course of action is preferred but not necessarily
11 required; or that (in the negative form) a certain possibility or course of action is
12 discouraged but not prohibited. May and need not indicate a course of action
13 permissible within the limits of the standard. Can and cannot are used for
14 statements of possibility and capability, whether material, physical, or causal.

15 4. Unless indicated otherwise, this document presents numbers in decimal form.


16 Binary numbers are distinguished in the text by the use of single quotation marks.

17 5. Those wishing to deploy systems compliant with this standard should also be
18 compliant with local radio regulations. For example, operation within the United
19 States of America shall comply with Parts 2, 15, 22, 24, and 27 of [6] and with the
20 applicable rules and regulations of local administrations.

21 6. The following operators define mathematical operations:

22 indicates multiplication.

23 / indicates division.

24 + indicates addition.

25 - indicates subtraction.

26 * indicates complex conjugation.

27 |x| indicates the absolute value of x: |-17|=17, |17|=17.

28 7. This Standard supports testing of access networks compliant with [1] and
29 subsequent revisions.

30 8. The specification applies only to Band Classes 0 (Band Subclasses 0 and 1), 1, 2,
31 (Band Subclasses 0, 1, and 2), 3, 4, 5 (Band Subclasses 0 through 7), 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
32 (Band Subclasses 0 through 4), 11 (Band Subclasses 0 through 5), and 12 (Band
33 Subclasses 0 and 1) as defined in [7]. Operation with other band classes and band
34 subclasses may not be supported by this specification

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1 NORMATIVE REFERENCES

2 The following standards and 3GPP2 Specifications contain provisions which, through
3 reference in this text, constitute provisions of this Standard. At the time of publication, the
4 editions indicated were valid. All referenced publications are subject to revision, and parties
5 to agreements based on this Standard are encouraged to investigate the possibility of
6 applying the most recent editions of the works indicated below. ANSI and TIA maintain
7 registers of currently valid national standards published by them.

9 [1] 3GPP2 C.S0024-A Version 2, cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface
10 Specification.

11 [2] 3GPP2 C.S0033-A, Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for cdma2000


12 High Rate Packet Data Access Terminal.

13 [3] 3GPP2 C.S0029-A, Test Application Specification for cdma2000 High Rate Packet
14 Data Air Interface.

15 [4] 3GPP2 C.S0010-C, Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for cdma2000


16 Spread Spectrum Base Stations.

17 [5] ANSI C63.4-2003, American National Standard for Methods of Measurement of Radi-
18 Noise Emissions from Low-Voltage Electrical and Electronic Equipment in the Range of 9
19 kHz to 40 GHz, 2000.

20 [6] CFR Title 47, Code of Federal Regulations, October 2004.

21 [7] 3GPP2 C.S0057-0, Band Class Specification for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum
22 Systems.

23 [8] 3GPP2 C.S0002-D, Physical Layer Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum
24 Systems.

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1 1 INTRODUCTION

2 1.1 Scope

3 This Standard details definitions, methods of measurement, and minimum performance


4 requirements for access networks. This Standard shares the purpose of [1] (and subsequent
5 revisions thereof) by ensuring that an access terminal can obtain service in any system that
6 meets the compatibility requirements of [1].

7 Compatibility, as used in connection with this Standard and [1], is understood to mean that
8 any access terminal is able to open data connections in any HRPD system. Conversely, all
9 HRPD systems are able to open connections with any access terminal.

10 Test methods are recommended in this document; however, methods other than those
11 recommended may suffice for the same purpose.

12 1.2 Terms and Definitions

13 1.2.1 Definitions

14 Access Attempt. A sequence of one or more access probe sequences on the Access Channel
15 containing the same message. See also Access Probe and Access Probe Sequence.

16 Access Channel. A Reverse Channel used by access terminals for communicating with the
17 access network. The Access Channel is used for sending signaling messages when the
18 access terminal has not been assigned a Traffic Channel. The Access Channel is a slotted
19 random access channel.

20 Access Channel Capsule. Portion of the access probe that carries data.

21 Access Channel Preamble. The preamble of an access probe consisting of a sequence of


22 frames of pilot transmission.

23 Access Network. The network equipment providing data connectivity between a packet
24 switched data network (typically the Internet) and the access terminals. Connectivity is
25 typically provided at the Link Layer (PPP). An access network is equivalent to a base station
26 in [1] and [4]. In the context of transmitter testing, an access network applies to operation
27 with a single carrier and single sector active only.

28 Access Probe. One Access Channel transmission consisting of a preamble and a capsule.
29 The transmission is an integer number of frames in length and transmits one Access
30 Channel message. See also Access Channel Capsule, Access Channel Preamble, Access
31 Probe Sequence, and Access Attempt.

32 Access Probe Sequence. A sequence of one or more access probes on the Access Channel.
33 The same Access Channel message is transmitted in every access probe of an access
34 attempt. See also Access Probe and Access Attempt.

35 Access Terminal. A device providing data connectivity to a user. An access terminal may be
36 connected to a computing device such as a laptop personal computer or may be self-
37 contained data device such as a personal digital assistant. An access terminal is equivalent
38 to a mobile station in [8].

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1 ACK Channel. The ACK Channel is used by the access terminal to inform the access
2 network whether a data packet transmitted on the Forward Traffic Channel has been
3 received successfully or not.

4 ACK_Chip_Symbol. Number of PN chips per ACK Channel symbol, equal to 1024.

5 ACLR. Adjacent Channel Leakage power Ratio.

6 Active Set. The set of pilots assigned to a particular access terminal.

7 Adjacent Channel Leakage Power Ratio. The ratio of the on-channel transmit power to
8 the power measured in one of the adjacent channels with no active channel in the adjacent
9 channel.

10 Asynchronous Capsule. A Control Channel capsule transmitted by the access network at


11 any time during the Control Channel cycle in which it does not transmit a synchronous
12 capsule.

13 AWGN. Additive White Gaussian Noise.

14 bps. Bits per second.

15 Band Class. A set of frequency channels and a numbering scheme for these channels.

16 CDM. Code Division Multiplexing.

17 CDMA. Code Division Multiple Access.

18 CDMA Channel. The set of channels transmitted between the access network and the
19 access terminals within a given CDMA frequency assignment. See also Forward Channel
20 and Reverse Channel.

21 CDMA Channel Number. A number corresponding to the center of the CDMA frequency
22 assignment.

23 CDMA Frequency Assignment. A 1.23 MHz segment of spectrum. For Band Class 0, the
24 channel is centered on one of the 30 kHz channels of the existing analog cellular system.
25 For Band Classes 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9 the channel is centered on one of the 50 kHz channels.
26 For Band Classes 2, 3, 10, 11, and 12 the channel is centered on one of the 25 kHz
27 channels. For Band Class 5, the channel is centered on one of the 20 or 25 kHz channels.

28 Code Channel. A subchannel of the Forward MAC Channel, Control Channel or Forward
29 Traffic Channel. Each subchannel uses an orthogonal Walsh function.

30 Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA). A technique for spread-spectrum multiple-access


31 digital communications that creates channels through the use of unique code sequences.

32 Connection Layer. The Connection Layer provides air link connection establishment and
33 maintenance service. The Connection Layer is defined in [1].

34 Control Channel. The portion of the Forward Channel that carries control information. See
35 also Synchronous Capsule and Asynchronous Capsule.

36 Control Channel Capsule. A block of data carried over the Control Channel that contains
37 messages.

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1 Control Channel Cycle. The Control Channel cycle is defined as a 256 slot period
2 synchronous with System Time, i.e., there is an integer multiple of 256 slots between the
3 beginning of a cycle and the beginning of System Time.

4 CRC. See Cyclic Redundancy Code.

5 CW. Continuous Waveform.

6 Cyclic Redundancy Code (CRC). A class of linear error detecting codes which generate
7 parity check bits by finding the remainder of a polynomial division.

8 Data Channel Payload Size. The number of information bits in a Reverse Data Channel
9 physical layer packet.

10 Data Rate Control Channel (DRC Channel). The Data Rate Control Channel is used by the
11 access terminal to indicate to the access network the requested Forward Traffic Channel
12 data rate and the selected serving sector on the Forward Channel.

13 Data Source Control Channel (DSC Channel). The Data Source Control Channel is used
14 by the access terminal to indicate to the access network the selected serving cell on the
15 Forward Channel.

16 dBc. The ratio (in dB) of the sideband power of a signal, measured in a given bandwidth at
17 a given frequency offset from the center frequency of the same signal, to the total inband
18 power of the signal. For HRPD, the total inband power of the signal is measured in a 1.23
19 MHz bandwidth around the center frequency of the signal.

20 dBm. A measure of power expressed in terms of its ratio (in dB) to one milliwatt.

21 dBm/Hz. A measure of power spectral density. The ratio, dBm/Hz, is the power in one
22 Hertz of bandwidth, where power is expressed in units of dBm.

23 dBW. A measure of power expressed in terms of its ratio (in dB) to one watt.

24 DRC Channel. See Data Rate Control Channel.

25 DRC Error. A received DRC symbol is classified as a DRC error when the DRC cover is
26 correctly decoded and the DRC value is incorrectly decoded. See also DRC symbol and DRC
27 miss.

28 DRCLock Channel. The portion of the Forward MAC Channel that indicates to the access
29 terminal whether the access network can decode the DRC sent by the access terminal or
30 not. The DRCLock Channel and the RPC Channel are time-division multiplexed and
31 transmitted on the same MAC Channel.

32 DRC Miss. A received DRC symbol is classified as a DRC miss when the DRC cover is
33 incorrectly decoded, or when the DRC symbol is classified as an erasure. See also DRC
34 symbol and DRC error.

35 DRC Symbol. Unit of information carried over the DRC Channel. The DRC symbol is a two-
36 tuple where the DRC value specifies the requested data rate for transmission on the
37 Forward Traffic Channel, and the DRC cover specifies the selected serving sector. See also
38 DRC error and DRC miss.

39 DSC Channel. See Data Source Control Channel.

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1 Eb. Average energy per information bit for the Reverse Data Channel at the sector RF input
2 ports.
3 Eb/Nt. The ratio in dB of the combined received energy per bit to the effective noise power
4 spectral density for the Reverse Data Channel at the sector RF input ports.
5 Ec. Average energy per PN chip for the Pilot Channel, DRC Channel, ACK Channel, or
6 Reverse Data Channel at the sector RF input ports.
7 Es. Average energy per information symbol for the DRC Channel or ACK Channel at the
8 sector RF input ports.
9 Es/Nt. The ratio in dB of the combined received energy per symbol to the effective noise
10 power spectral density for the DRC Channel or ACK Channel at the sector RF input ports.
11 See also Es.

12 Effective Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP). The product of the power supplied to the
13 antenna and the antenna gain in a direction relative to an isotropic antenna.

14 Effective Radiated Power (ERP). The product of the power supplied to the antenna and
15 the antenna gain relative to a half-wave dipole in a given direction.

16 EIRP. See Effective Isotropic Radiated Power.

17 ERP. See Effective Radiated Power.

18 Erasure. A symbol erasure is a received symbol not classified as the transmitted symbol nor
19 as another valid symbol.

20 Error. When referring to packet error, an error event occurs when a packet FCS does not
21 check. When referring to a symbol error, an error event occurs when the symbol is
22 classified as a valid symbol different from the transmitted symbol.

23 Extended Asynchronous Capsule. A Control Channel asynchronous capsule carrying data


24 over more than one physical layer packet. See also Asynchronous Capsule.

25 Extended Synchronous Capsule. A Control Channel synchronous capsule carrying data


26 over more than one physical layer packet. See also Synchronous Capsule.

27 FCS. Frame Check Sequence.

28 Forward Channel. A CDMA Channel from an access network to access terminals. The
29 Forward Channel is transmitted on a CDMA frequency assignment using a particular pilot
30 PN offset.

31 Forward MAC Channel. A Forward Channel used for medium access control. Forward MAC
32 Channel consists of Reverse Power Control Channels, DRCLock Channel and Reverse
33 Activity Channel.

34 Forward Pilot Channel. An unmodulated, direct-sequence spread spectrum signal


35 transmitted every half slot in bursts of 96 chips centered at the middle of the half slot. The
36 Pilot Channel allows an access terminal to acquire the timing of the Forward Channel,
37 provides a phase reference for coherent demodulation, and provides means for signal
38 strength comparisons between sectors for determining when to handoff.

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1 Forward Enhanced Test Application Protocol (FETAP). A Test Application protocol


2 allowing enhanced Forward Link performance characterizations. See [3].

3 Forward Test Application Protocol (FTAP). A Test Application protocol allowing Forward
4 Link performance characterizations. See [3].

5 Forward Traffic Channel. A Forward Channel used to transport user and signaling traffic
6 from an access network to an access terminal.

7 Frame. A basic timing interval in the system. For the Access Channel, Control Channel,
8 and Forward and Reverse Traffic Channels, a frame is 26.66 ms long.

9 Frame Check Sequence (FCS). The Frame Check Sequence of the Physical Layer packets is
10 a CRC. See CRC.

11 FETAP. See Forward Enhanced Test Application Protocol.

12 FTAP. See Forward Test Application Protocol.

13 GHz. Gigahertz (109 Hertz).

14 High Capacity Mode. A transmission mode used by the access terminal on the Reverse
15 Data Channel to achieve high capacity.

16 HRPD. See High Rate Packet Data.

17 High Rate Packet Data (HRPD). A CDMA technique optimized for data communications.
18 I0. The total received power spectral density, including signal and interference, as
19 measured at the sector RF input ports.
20 Ioc. The power spectral density of a band-limited white noise source (simulating
21 interference from other users and cells) as measured at the sector RF input ports.
22 Ior. The total transmit power spectral density of the Reverse Channel at the access terminal
23 simulator antenna connector.
24 or. The received power spectral density of the Reverse Channel as measured at the sector
25 RF input ports.

26 kbps. Kilobits per second.

27 kHz. Kilohertz (103 Hertz).

28 km/h. Kilometers per hour.

29 Line Impedance Stabilization Network. A network inserted in the supply mains lead of
30 apparatus to be tested that provides, in a given frequency range, a specified load impedance
31 for the measurement of disturbance voltages and that may isolate the apparatus from the
32 supply mains in that frequency range.

33 LISN. Line Impedance Stabilization Network.

34 Low Latency Mode. A transmission mode used by the access terminal on the Reverse Data
35 Channel to achieve low latency.

36 MHz. Megahertz (106 Hertz).

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1 ms. Millisecond (10-3 second).

2 ns. Nanosecond (10-9 second).


3 Nt. The effective noise power spectral density at the sector RF input ports.

4 Packet. Physical Layer protocol data unit.

5 Packet Activity. The ratio of the number of active frames to the total number of frames
6 during channel operation.

7 Packet Error. A packet error event occurs when a decoded packet's FCS does not check
8 upon decoding.

9 PER. Packet Error Rate.


10 Piece-wise Linear Curve. An error rate versus Eb/Nt or Es/ Nt curve in which the error
11 rate vertical axis is in log scale and the Eb/Nt or Es/ Nt horizontal axis is in linear scale
12 expressed in dB, obtained by interpolating adjacent test data samples with straight lines.

13 Pilot Channel. An unmodulated, direct-sequence spread spectrum signal transmitted by


14 the access networks and, when in the Connected State, by the access terminals. See
15 Forward Pilot Channel and Reverse Pilot Channel.
16 Pilot Ec/I0. The ratio of the combined pilot energy per chip, Ec, to the total received power
17 spectral density (noise and signals), I0, of at most K usable multipath components at the
18 sector RF input ports. K is the number of demodulating elements supported by the sector.

19 Pilot PN Sequence. A pair of modified maximal length PN sequences with period 215 PN
20 chips used to spread the Forward Channel and the Reverse Channel. Different sectors are
21 identified by different pilot PN sequence offsets.

22 Pilot/RRI Channel. The composite Reverse Pilot Channel and RRI Channel. The Pilot
23 Channel's first 256 chips in every slot are punctured by the RRI Channel.

24 PN Chip. One bit in the PN sequence.

25 PN Sequence. Pseudo noise sequence. A periodic binary sequence.

26 PN. Pseudo noise.

27 Power Control Bit. A bit sent in every slot on the Reverse Power Control Channel that
28 signals the access terminal to increase or decrease its transmit power.

29 ppm. Parts per million.

30 RAB. See Reverse Activity Bit

31 RA Channel. See Reverse Activity Channel.

32 Received Signal Quality Indicator (RSQI). A Reverse Traffic Channel measure of signal
33 quality related to the received Data Eb/Nt. See also Eb and Nt.

34 Reverse Activity Bit (RAB). Reverse Activity Bit is transmitted on the Reverse Activity
35 Channel of the Forward MAC Channel to perform flow control of the Reverse Traffic
36 Channel.

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1 Reverse Activity Channel (RA Channel). The Reverse Activity Channel is transmitted on
2 the Forward MAC Channel to transmit the Reverse Activity Bit. See also Reverse Activity Bit.

3 Reverse Channel. The CDMA Channel from the access terminal to the access network.
4 From the access network's perspective, the Reverse Channel is the sum of all access
5 terminal transmissions on a CDMA frequency assignment.

6 Reverse Data Channel. The Reverse Data Channel is transmitted on the Reverse Traffic
7 Channel to transport user and signaling traffic from a single access terminal to one or more
8 sectors.

9 RETAP. See Reverse Enhanced Test Application Protocol.

10 Reverse Enhanced Test Application Protocol (RETAP). A Test Application protocol


11 allowing enhanced Reverse Link performance characterizations. See [3].

12 Reverse Pilot Channel. An unmodulated, direct-sequence spread spectrum signal


13 transmitted by the access terminal during a connection. A Reverse Pilot Channel provides a
14 phase reference for coherent demodulation and may provide a means for signal strength
15 measurement.

16 Reverse Power Control Channel (RPC Channel). The Reverse Power Control Channel is
17 transmitted on the Forward MAC Channel to signal the access terminal to increase or
18 decrease its transmit power.

19 Reverse Rate Indicator Channel (RRI Channel). The Reverse Rate Indicator Channel is
20 transmitted on the Reverse Traffic Channel to indicate the rate at which the data is being
21 transmitted on that channel.

22 Reverse Test Application Protocol (RTAP). A Test Application protocol allowing Reverse
23 Link performance characterizations. See [3].

24 Reverse Traffic Channel. A Reverse Channel used to transport user and signaling traffic
25 from a single access terminal to one or more sectors. The Reverse Traffic Channel consists
26 of the Pilot Channel, the DRC Channel, the RRI Channel, the ACK Channel, and the Data
27 Channel.

28 RPC Channel. See Reverse Power Control Channel.

29 RRI Channel. See Reverse Rate Indicator Channel.

30 RSQI. See Received Signal Strength Indicator.

31 RTAP. See Reverse Test Application Protocol.

32 Sector. The part of the access network that provides the land side modem.

33 SER. Symbol Error Rate.

34 Serving Sector. The sector which is responsible for sending data to the access terminal.
35 Under fixed rate mode, this is the sector specified in the FixedModeRequest Message. Under
36 variable rate mode this is the sector to which the access terminal is currently directing its
37 DRC.

38 Slot. A basic timing interval in the system. A slot is 1.66 ms long.

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1 Subtype (Physical Layer). A set of Forward and Reverse Channel transmission formats
2 that are characterized by physical layer parameters such as transmission rates and
3 modulation characteristics.

4 Symbol Erasure. A symbol erasure event occurs when the decoded symbol is not classified
5 as the transmitted symbol nor as another valid symbol upon decoding.

6 Symbol Error. A symbol error event occurs when the decoded symbol is classified as a valid
7 symbol different to the transmitted symbol upon decoding.

8 Synchronous Capsule. A Control Channel capsule transmitted by the sector at the time
9 such that the first slot of the capsule coincides with the first slot of the Control Channel
10 Cycle plus Offset slots. The value of Offset is specified in the Offset field of the Control
11 Channel Header. See also Control Channel Capsule.

12 System Time. The time reference used by the system. System Time is synchronous to UTC
13 time (except for leap seconds) and uses the same time origin as Global Positioning System
14 (GPS) time. All sectors use the same System Time (within a small error). Access terminals
15 use the same System Time, offset by the propagation delay from the sector to the access
16 terminal. See also Universal Coordinated Time.

17 TDM. Time Division Multiplexing.

18 Traffic Channel. A communication path between an access terminal and an access


19 network used for user and signaling traffic. The term Traffic Channel implies a Forward
20 Traffic Channel and Reverse Traffic Channel pair. See also Forward Traffic Channel and
21 Reverse Traffic Channel.

22 UATI. Unicast Access Terminal Identifier.

23 Universal Coordinated Time (UTC). An internationally agreed-upon time scale maintained


24 by the Bureau International de l'Heure (BIH) used as the time reference by nearly all
25 commonly available time and frequency distribution systems, e.g., WWV, WWVH, LORAN-C,
26 Transit, Omega, and GPS.

27 UTC. Universal Temps Coordin. See Universal Coordinated Time.

28 Walsh function. One of the 2N time orthogonal binary functions (note that the functions
29 are orthogonal after mapping '0' to 1 and '1' to 1).
30 s . Microsecond (10-6 second).

31 1.2.2 Terms

32 ACKChannelGain. The ratio of the power level of the ACK channel (when it is transmitted)
33 to the power level of the reverse Pilot/RRI Channel. This value is set by the access network.

34 Data_Channel_Gain. The ratio of the power level of the Reverse Data Channel (when it is
35 transmitted) to the power level of the reverse Pilot/RRI Channel. This value is not a settable
36 parameter by itself, see 1.3.

37 Data_Chip_Bit. Number of PN chips per Reverse Data Channel bit, equal to 256 when the
38 data rate is 4.8 kbps, equal to 128 when the data rate is 9.6 kbps, equal to 64 when the

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1 data rate is 19.2 kbps, equal to 42.67 when the data rate is 28.8 kbps, equal to 32 when
2 the data rate is 38.4 kbps, equal to 21.33 when the data rate is 57.6 kbps, equal to 16
3 when the data rate is 76.8 kbps, equal to 10.67 when the data rate is 115.2 kbps, equal to
4 8 when the data rate is 153.6 kbps, equal to 5.33 when the data rate is 230.4 kbps, equal
5 to 4 when the data rate is 307.2 kbps, and equal to 2.67 when the data rate is 460.8 kbps.
6 The general expression is
1228800
7 Data _ Chip _ Bit =
data rate (in bps )

8 DataOffsetNom. Nominal offset of the Reverse Data Channel power to Pilot Channel power.

9 DataOffset9k6. The ratio of the Reverse Data Channel power at 9.6 kbps to the nominal
10 Reverse Data Channel power at 9.6 kbps.

11 DataOffset19k2. The ratio of the Reverse Data Channel power at 19.2 kbps to the nominal
12 Reverse Data Channel power at 19.2 kbps.

13 DataOffset38k4. The ratio of the Reverse Data Channel power at 38.4 kbps to the nominal
14 Reverse Data Channel power at 38.4 kbps.

15 DataOffset76k8. The ratio of the Reverse Data Channel power at 76.8 kbps to the nominal
16 Reverse Data Channel power at 76.8 kbps.

17 DataOffset153k6. The ratio of the Reverse Data Channel power at 153.6 kbps to the
18 nominal Reverse Data Channel power at 153.6 kbps.

19 DRCChannelGain. The ratio of the power level of the DRC channel (when it is transmitted)
20 to the power level of the reverse Pilot/RRI Channel. This value is set by the access network.

21 DSCChannelGain. The ratio of the power level of the DSC channel (when it is transmitted)
22 to the power level of the reverse Pilot/RRI Channel. This value is set by the access network.

23 DRC_Chip_Symbol. Number of PN chips per DRC Channel symbol, equal to


24 2048DRCLength.

25 RRI_Chip_Symbol. Number of PN chips per RRI Channel symbol, equal to 256.

26 T2P. The ratio of the power level of the Reverse Data Channel to the power level of the Pilot
27 Channel, often used interchangeably with Data Channel Gain.

28 T2PLoLatPostTransitionXYZ. The ratio of the power level of the Reverse Data Channel to
29 the power level of the Pilot Channel when transmitting a Reverse Data Channel payload size
30 of XYZ bits following the T2P transition. This value is set by the access network.

31 T2PLoLatPreTransitionXYZ. The ratio of the power level of the Reverse Data Channel to
32 the power level of the Pilot Channel when transmitting a Reverse Data Channel payload size
33 of XYZ bits prior to the T2P transition. This value is set by the access network.

34 Termination Target. The number of sub-packets that an access terminal is required to


35 transmit for the packet to be received by the access network with the target packet erasure
36 rate.

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1 Transmission Modes. The mode of transmission used by the access terminal, characterized
2 by a physical layer transmission duration on the Reverse Data Channel, to achieve either
3 high capacity or low latency.

4 1.3 HRPD Equations

5 The equations listed below describe the relationship between various test parameters under
6 different conditions.

7 1.3.1 Transmit Power at the Access Terminal

8 The transmit power at the access terminal in the connected state may be written as:
Pilot E c DRC E c ACK E c RRI E c DSC E c Aux Pilot E c Data E c
+ + + + + +
I or I or I or I or I or I or I or
9
Pilot E c 1 + DRC Channel Gain + ACK Channel Gain / 2 + RRI Channel Gain
= = 1
I or + DSC Channel Gain / 2 + Auxliary Pilot Gain + Data _ Channel _ Gain
10

11 where all the quantities are in linear scale and the DRC Channel is transmitted in non-
12 gated mode. The ACK Channel is assumed to be transmitted in every slot. Note that, for
13 Subtypes 0 and 1 Physical Layer, Pilot Ec accounts for the actual Pilot Ec plus RRI Ec. For
14 Subtype 2 Physical Layer, RRI Ec and Pilot Ec are separate terms. For Subtypes 0 and 1
15 Physical Layer, RRI Ec, DSC Ec, and AuxPilot Ec are all equal to 0. In other words,
16 RRIChannelGain, DSCChannelGain, and AuxiliaryPilotGain are all equal to 0. The values of
17 Data_Channel_Gain vary with reverse link rates, see the tables below.
18 In the tests defined in this document, the following default values are used unless otherwise
19 explicitly specified:
20

Channel Gain Default value (dB)

DRCChannelGain 3 dB

ACKChannelGain 0 dB

DSCChannelGain -9 dB
RRIChannelGain
-6 dB
(Subtype 2 only)
Data_Channel_Gain see next table
12 dB below
AuxPilotGain Data_Channel_Gain
(if applicable)
21

22 The following default values are used with Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer Reverse Data
23 Channel:

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Default Data_Channel_Gain
Data Rate (kbps) DataChannelGain (dB)
(dB)
3.75 + DataOffsetNom +
9.6 3.75
DataOffset9k6
6.75 + DataOffsetNom +
19.2 6.75
DataOffset19k2
9.75 + DataOffsetNom +
38.4 9.75
DataOffset38k4
13.25 + DataOffsetNom +
76.8 13.25
DataOffset76k8
18.50 + DataOffsetNom +
153.6 18.50
DataOffset153k6

2 The following default values are used for Subtype 2 Physical Layer Reverse Data Channel:
3

Payload (bits) Data_Channel_Gain1 (dB)

High Capacity Low Latency

128 0.75 6.75

256 3.75 10.00

512 7.00 13.25

768 8.75 15.00

1024 10.00 16.25

1536 11.50 18.00

2048 13.00 19.50

3072 14.25 19.25

4096 15.50 20.50

6144 17.00 22.25

8192 18.50 23.75

12288 21.25 26.75

1 The term T2P is often used interchangeably with Data_Channel_Gain.

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1 1.3.2 Received Signal Strength


2 The equations in this section are calculated based on the following assumptions:
3 1. In the connected state, the ACK Channel is transmitted in every slot.
4 2. In the connected state, the DRC Channel is transmitted in every slot in non-gated
5 mode and for DRCLength duration in gated mode.
6 3. For Subtype 2 Physical Layer, in the connected state, the DSC Channel is
7 transmitted every slot.
8 4. In the connected state, the Data Channel is transmitted in every slot. The equations
9 assume a fixed data rate whose corresponding channel gain is Data_Channel_Gain.
10 5. All the quantities in the equations are in linear scale.

11 1.3.2.1 Connection Setup State

12 1.3.2.1.1 Access Probe Preamble Portion


Ec 1
13 Pilot =
I0 I oc + 1
Ior

14 1.3.2.1.2 Access Probe Capsule Portion


Ec 1 1
15 Pilot =
I0 I oc
+ 1 1 + Data _Channel _Gain
Ior

16 where the Data_Channel_Gain is the channel gain corresponding to the 9.6 kbps reverse
17 data rate as specified by the Access Channel MAC Protocol in [1].

18 1.3.2.1.2.1 Single-Path Case


Eb I Data _Channel _Gain
19 Data = Data _ Chip _ Bit or
Nt I oc 1 + Data _Channel _Gain

20 1.3.2.1.2.2 Two-Path Case

21 According to Channel Simulator Configuration 1 and 2 (see 6.4.1), these two paths have the
22 same average power ( Ior = Ior1 + Ior2 ).
Eb 1 Data _Channel _Gain
23 Data = Data _ Chip _ Bit
Nt I oc + 1 1 + Data _Channel _Gain
Ior 2

24 1.3.2.1.2.3 Three-Path Case


25 According to Channel Simulator Configuration 4 (see 6.4.1), the first two paths have the
26 same average power and the third path has half the average power of the first one
27 ( I or = I or1 + I or2 + I or3 ).

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2
1

Data b = Data _ Chip _ Bit 2 Data _Channel _Gain
E 5 5
1 +
Nt Ioc 3 Ioc 4 1 + Data _Channel _Gain
+ +
Ior 5 Ior 5

2 1.3.2.2 Connected State


3 Define the quantity
Total _ Pilot _ Ratio = 1 + DRC Channel Gain + ACK Channel Gain / 2 + RRI Channel Gain
4
+ DSC Channel Gain / 2 + Auxiliary Pilot Gain + Data Channel Gain

5 1.3.2.2.1 DRC Non-Gated Transmission


Ec 1 1
6 Pilot =
I0 I oc + 1 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
I or

7 1.3.2.2.1.1 Single-Path Case

8 The following equation is applicable to Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer for computing RRI
9 Es/Nt.

Es I 1
10 RRI = RRI _ Chip _ Symbol or
Nt Ioc 1 + DRC Channel Gain + ACK Channel Gain / 2 + Data_Channel _Ga
11 The following equation is applicable to Subtype 2 Physical Layer for computing RRI Es/Nt
Es I RRI Channel Gain
12 RRI = RRI _ Chip _ Symbol or
Nt I oc Total _ Pilot _ Ratio

Es I ACK Channel Gain


13 ACK = ACK _ Chip _ Symbol or
Nt I oc Total _ Pilot _ Ratio

Es I DRC Channel Gain


14 D RC = DRC _ Chip _ Symbol or
Nt I oc Total _ Pilot _ Ratio

Es I DSC Channel Gain


15 D SC = DSC _ Chip _ Symbol or
Nt I oc Total _ Pilot _ Ratio

Eb I Data Channel Gain


16 D ata = Data _ Chip _ Bit or
Nt I oc Total _ Pilot _ Ratio

17 1.3.2.2.1.2 Two-Path Case


18 According to Channel Simulator Configuration 1 and 2 (see 6.4.1), these two paths have the
19 same average power ( Ior = Ior1 + Ior2 ).

20 The following equation is applicable to Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer for computing RRI
21 Es/Nt.

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Es 1
R RI = RRI _ Chip _ Symbol
Nt I oc 1
+
1 Ior 2
1

1 + DRC Channel Gain + ACK Channel Gain / 2 + Data _Channel _Gain
2 The following equation is applicable to Subtype 2 Physical Layer for computing RRI Es/Nt.
Es 1 RRI Channel Gain
3 R RI = RRI _ Chip _ Symbol
Nt I oc 1 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
+
I or 2
Es 1 ACK Channel Gain
4 A CK = ACK _ Chip _ Symbol
Nt I oc + 1 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
I or 2
Es 1 DRC Channel Gain
5 D RC = DRC _ Chip _ Symbol
Nt I oc 1 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
+
I or 2
Es 1 DSC Channel Gain
6 D SC = DSC _ Chip _ Symbol
Nt I oc 1 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
+
I or 2
Eb 1 Data Channel Gain
7 D ata = Data _ Chip _ Bit
Nt I oc + 1 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
I or 2

8 1.3.2.2.1.3 Three-Path Case


9 According to Channel Simulator Configuration 4 (see 6.4.1), the first two paths have the
10 same average power and the third path has half the average power of the first one
11 ( Ior = Ior1 + Ior2 + Ior3 ).

12 The following equation is applicable to Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer for computing RRI
13 Es/Nt.
2 1

RRI s = RRI _ Chip _ Symbol 2
E 5 5
+
Nt I oc 3 I oc 4
14 + +
Ior 5 Ior 5
1

1 + DRC Channel Gain + ACK Channel Gain / 2 + Data _Channel _Gain
15 The following equation is applicable to Subtype 2 Physical Layer for computing RRI Es/Nt.
2 1

E 5 5 RRI Channel Gain
RRI s = RRI _ Chip _ Symbol 2 +
I oc 4 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
16
Nt I oc 3
+ +
I or 5 I or 5

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2 1

Es 5 5 ACK Channel Gain
ACK = ACK _ Chip _ Symbol 2 +
I oc 3 I oc 4 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
1
Nt
+ +
I or 5 I or 5

2 1

E 5 5 DRC Channel Gain
D RC s = DRC _ Chip _ Symbol 2 +
4 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
2
Nt I oc 3 I oc
+ +
I or 5 I or 5

2 1

Es 5 5 DSC Channel Gain
D SC = DSC _ Chip _ Symbol 2 +
4 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
3
Nt I oc 3 I oc
+ +
I or 5 I or 5

2 1

Eb 5 5 Data Channel Gain
Data = Data _ Chip _ Bit 2 +
I oc 4 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
4
Nt I oc 3
+ +
I or 5 I or 5

5 1.3.2.2.2 DRC Gated Transmission


Ec 1 1
6 Pilot =
I0 I oc Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
+1
I or

7 1.3.2.2.2.1 Single-Path Case


Es I DRC Channel Gain / DRC Length
8 DRC = DRC _ Chip _ Symbol or
Nt I oc Total _ Pilot _ Ratio

9 1.3.2.2.2.2 Two-Path Case


10 According to Channel Simulator Configuration 1 and 2 (see 6.4.1), these two paths have the
11 same average power ( Ior = Ior1 + Ior2 ).
Es 1 DRC Channel Gain / DRC Length
12 DRC = DRC _ Chip _ Symbol
Nt I oc 1 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
+
I or 2

13 1.3.2.2.2.3 Three-Path Case


14 According to Channel Simulator Configuration 4 (see 6.4.1), the first two paths have the
15 same average power and the third path has half the average power of the first one
16 ( Ior = Ior1 + Ior2 + Ior3 ).
2 1

E 5 5 DRC Channel Gain / DRC Length
DRC s = DRC _ Chip _ Symbol 2 +
I oc 4
17
Nt I oc 3 Total _ Pilot _ Ratio
+ +
I or 5 I or 5
18

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1 2 STANDARD EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES

2 The measurement and calibration procedures described are intended to provide an overview
3 of radiated and conducted signal measurements. A detailed description of the required
4 measurement procedures is given in [5].

5 2.1 Radiated Emissions Measurement

6 2.1.1 Standard Radiation Test Site


7 The test site shall be on level ground that is of uniform electrical characteristics. The site
8 shall be clear of metallic objects, overhead wires, etc., and shall be as free as possible from
9 undesired signals, such as ignition noise and other carriers. Reflecting objects, such as rain
10 gutters and power cables, shall lie outside an ellipse measuring 60 meters on the major axis
11 by 52 meters on the minor axis for a 30-meter site, or an ellipse measuring 6 meters on the
12 major axis by 5.2 meters on the minor axis for a 3-meter site. The equipment under test
13 shall be located at one focus of the ellipse and the measuring antenna at the other focus. If
14 desired, shelters may be provided at the test site to protect the equipment and personnel.
15 All such construction shall be of wood, plastic, or other non-metallic material. All power,
16 telephone, and control circuits to the site shall be buried at least 0.3 meter under ground.
17 A turntable, essentially flush with the ground, shall be provided that can be remotely
18 controlled. A platform 1.2 meters high shall be provided on this turntable to hold the
19 equipment under test. Any power and control cables that are used for this equipment
20 should extend down to the turntable, and any excess cabling should be coiled on the
21 turntable.
22 If the equipment to be tested is mounted in racks and is not easily removed for testing on
23 the above platform, then the manufacturer may elect to test the equipment when it is
24 mounted in its rack (or racks). In this case, the rack (or racks) may be placed directly on
25 the turntable.
26 If a transmitter with an external antenna is being tested, then the RF output of this
27 transmitter shall be terminated in a non-radiating load that is placed on the turntable. A
28 non-radiating load is used in lieu of an antenna to avoid interference with other radio users.
29 The RF cable to this load should be of minimum length. The transmitter shall be tuned and
30 adjusted to its rated output value before starting the tests.
31 In order to conduct unintentional radiator tests as specified in Part 15, subpart B of [6], the
32 radiation site must comply with sections from 5.4.6 through 5.5 of [5] as required by Part
33 2.948 of [6].

34 2.1.2 Search Antenna


35 For narrow-band dipole adjustable search antennas, the dipole length shall be adjusted for
36 each measurement frequency. This length may be determined from a calibration ruler that
37 is normally supplied with the equipment.
38 The search antenna shall be mounted on a movable non-metallic horizontal boom that can
39 be raised or lowered on a wooden or other non-metallic pole. The cable connected to the

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1 search antenna shall be at a right angle to the antenna. The cable shall be dressed at least
2 3 meters, either through or along the horizontal boom, in a direction away from the
3 equipment being measured. The search antenna cable may then be dropped from the end of
4 the horizontal boom to ground level for connection to the field-strength measuring
5 equipment.
6 The search antenna shall be capable of being rotated 90 degrees on the end of the
7 horizontal boom to allow measurement of both vertically and horizontally polarized signals.
8 When the antenna length of a vertically mounted antenna does not permit the horizontal
9 boom to be lowered to its minimum specified search range, adjust the minimum height of
10 the boom for 0.3 meter clearance between the end of the antenna and the ground.

11 2.1.3 Field-Strength Measurement


12 A field-strength meter shall be connected to a search antenna. The field-strength meter
13 shall have sufficient sensitivity and selectivity to measure signals over the required
14 frequency ranges at levels at least 10 dB below the levels specified in any document,
15 standard, or specification that references this measurement procedure. The calibration of
16 the measurement instruments (field-strength meter, antennas, etc.) shall be checked
17 frequently to ensure that their accuracy is in accordance with the current standards. Such
18 calibration checks shall be performed at least once per year.

19 2.1.4 Frequency Range of Measurements


20 When measuring radiated signals from transmitting equipment, the measurements shall be
21 made from the lowest radio frequency (but no lower than 25 MHz) generated in the
22 equipment to the tenth harmonic of the carrier, except for that region close to the carrier
23 equal to 250% of the authorized bandwidth.
24 When measuring radiated signals from receiving equipment, the measurements shall be
25 made from 25 MHz to at least 6 GHz.

26 2.1.5 Test Ranges

27 2.1.5.1 30-Meter Test Range


28 Measurement of radiated signals shall be made at a point 30 meters from the center of the
29 turntable. The search antenna is to be raised and lowered from 1 to 4 meters in both
30 horizontally and vertically polarized orientations.
31 The field-strength measuring meter may be placed on a suitable table or tripod at the foot of
32 the mast.
33 When measuring radiated emissions from receivers, equipment that contains its own
34 receive antenna shall be tested with the antenna in place. Equipment that is connected to
35 an external receive antenna via a cable shall be tested without the antenna, and the receive
36 ports on the equipment under test shall be terminated in a 50 W non-radiating resistive
37 load.

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1 2.1.5.2 3-Meter Test Range


2 Measurement of radiated signals may be made at a point 3 meters from the center of the
3 turntable, provided the following three conditions can be met:
4 1. A ground screen that covers an elliptical area at least 6 meters on the major axis by
5 5.2 meters on the minor axis is used, with the measuring antenna and turntable
6 mounted 3 meters apart. The measuring antenna and turntable shall lie on the
7 major axis and shall be equidistant from the minor axis of the elliptical area.
8 2. The maximum dimension of the equipment shall be 3 meters or less. When
9 measuring radiated signals from receivers, the maximum dimension shall include
10 the antenna if it is an integral part of the device.
11 3. The field-strength measuring equipment is either mounted below the ground level
12 at the test site or is located a sufficient distance away from the equipment being
13 tested and from the search antenna to prevent corruption of the measured data.
14 The search antenna is to be raised and lowered over a range from 1 to 4 meters in both
15 horizontally and vertically polarized orientations. When the search antenna is vertically
16 oriented, the minimum height of the center of the search antenna shall be defined by the
17 length of the lower half of the search antenna.
18 When measuring radiated emissions from receivers, equipment that contains its own
19 receive antenna shall be tested with the antenna in place. Equipment that is connected to
20 an external receive antenna via a cable shall be tested without the antenna, and the receive
21 ports on the equipment under test shall be terminated in a 50W non-radiating resistive load.
22 The 3-meter test range may be used for determining compliance with limits specified at
23 30 meters (or other distances), provided that:
24 1. The ground reflection variations between the two distances have been calibrated for
25 the frequencies of interest at the test range, or
26 2. A 5 dB correction factor is added to the specified radiation limit(s) to allow for
27 average ground reflections.
28 Radiated field strength (volt/meter) varies inversely with distance, so that a measurement
29 made on the 3-meter test range divided by 10 gives the equivalent value that would be
30 measured on a 30-meter test range for the same EIRP (effective isotropic radiated power).
31 The 30-meter field strength in volt/meter can be calculated from the EIRP by using the
32 following formula:

33 mV / m @ 30 meters = 5773.5 10EIRP(dBm)/20

34 2.1.6 Radiated Signal Measurement Procedures

35 Radiated signals having significant levels shall be measured on the 30-meter or 3-meter test
36 range by using the following procedure:

37 1. For each observed radiated signal, raise and lower the search antenna to obtain a
38 maximum reading on the field-strength meter with the antenna horizontally
39 polarized. Then rotate the turntable to maximize the reading. Repeat this procedure

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1 of raising and lowering the antenna and rotating the turntable until the highest
2 possible signal has been obtained. Record this maximum reading.

3 2. Repeat step 1 for each observed radiated signal with the antenna vertically
4 polarized.

5 3. Remove the equipment being tested and replace it with a half-wave antenna. The
6 center of the half-wave antenna should be at the same approximate location as the
7 center of the equipment being tested.

8 4. Feed the half-wave antenna replacing the equipment under test with a signal
9 generator connected to the antenna by means of a non-radiating cable. With the
10 antennas at both ends horizontally polarized and with the signal generator tuned to
11 the observed radiated signal, raise and lower the search antenna to obtain a
12 maximum reading on the field-strength measuring meter. Adjust the level of the
13 signal generator output until the previously recorded maximum reading for this set
14 of conditions is obtained. Record the signal generator power output.

15 5. Repeat step 4 above with both antennas vertically polarized.

16 6. Calculate the power into a reference ideal isotropic antenna by:

17 a. First reducing the readings obtained in steps 4 and 5 above by the power loss
18 in the cable between the generator and the source antenna, and

19 b. Then correcting for the gain of the source antenna used relative to an ideal
20 isotropic antenna. The reading thus obtained is the equivalent effective
21 isotropic radiated power (EIRP) level for the spurious signal being measured.

22 7. Repeat steps 1 through 6 above for all observed signals from the equipment being
23 tested.

24 2.2 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Measurement

25 2.2.1 Standard AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Test Site

26 The test site shall be on level ground that is covered with an earth-grounded, conductive
27 surface that is at least 2 meters by 2 meters in size. The ground plane shall extend at least
28 0.5 meter beyond the foot print of the equipment under test.

29 A vertical conducting plane is optional for a standard (open area) test site and is only
30 required for measurements made on table-top devices. If a vertical conducting plane is used,
31 it shall be at least 2 meters by 2 meters in size and shall be electrically attached to the
32 conductive ground plane at maximum intervals of one meter along its entire length.

33 2.2.2 Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN) Unit

34 A Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN) shall be used for equipment that is tested on
35 a standard test site and connects directly to the public utility power line, or receives power
36 from a device that connects to the public utility power line. The LISN shall be placed on top
37 of or directly underneath the conductive ground plane and shall be electrically grounded to

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1 it. Power line filters between the power source and LISN may be used to reduce the ambient
2 noise level on the public utility line.

3 2.2.3 Standard Test Site Measurements

4 2.2.3.1 Floor Standing Equipment

5 Floor standing equipment shall be placed directly on the conductive ground plane. If a
6 vertical conducting plane is used, the equipment under test shall be located 40 cm from the
7 vertical conducting surface. All other conductive objects (including the LISN) shall be
8 located at least 80 cm from any surface on the equipment under test.

9 2.2.3.2 Table Top Mounted Equipment

10 Table top equipment shall be placed on top of a non-conductive platform, with nominal long
11 dimension of 1.5 meters, and located 80 cm above the horizontal conducting ground plane.
12 The equipment under test shall be placed 40 cm from the vertical conductive surface, with
13 all other conductive objects located at least 80 cm from any surface on the equipment
14 under test.

15 2.2.3.3 Measurement Procedure

16 A radio noise meter employing a quasi-peak detector shall be used to test for radio noise
17 between each current carrying conductor and the ground conductor. Each current carrying
18 conductor shall be tested individually with all unused connections on the LISN terminated
19 in a 50W resistive load. The ground (safety) conductor on the equipment under test shall be
20 individually connected to the power source through the LISN. Any adapters used between
21 the LISN power socket and the equipment under test shall be no more than 20 cm long and
22 shall contain only one input and only one output.

23 The equipment under test shall be tested in various modes of operation with numerous
24 cable orientations. The emissions level shall be recorded for the mode of operation and cable
25 orientation that maximizes the radio noise level. This maximizing technique shall be
26 repeated for measurements on each current carrying conductor.

27 2.2.3.4 Frequency Range of Measurements

28 When measuring AC power line conducted emissions, the measurements shall be made at
29 frequencies between 450 kHz and 30 MHz.

30 2.2.4 End User or Manufacturing Plant Test Sites

31 For equipment that cannot be tested at a standard (open area) test site, an AC power line
32 conducted emissions test may be performed at the end users location or at the
33 manufacturing plant. Refer to 5.6 of [5] for specifications and requirements of such tests.

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1 3 RECEIVER MINIMUM STANDARDS

2 The sector receiving equipment shall include two diversity RF input ports. Receiver tests
3 employ both inputs, unless otherwise specified. The equipment setups referenced in this
4 section are functional. Other configurations may be necessary for actual testing due to
5 equipment limitations and tolerances.

6 3.1 Frequency Requirements

7 The access network shall meet the requirements in [7].

8 3.2 Access Probe Acquisition

9 3.2.1 Definition

10 The access probe acquisition performance is measured by the probability of successful


11 acquisition of probes at specified values of received Pilot Ec/I0 and Data Eb/Nt.

12 Performance is identified for AWGN channel (no fading or multipath) and multipath fading
13 scenarios. The following table summarizes the tests to be performed:

14

Channel simulator
Case #
Configuration number

1, 4, and 5 N/A (AWGN)

2 4

3, and 6 2

15

16 Refer to 6.4.1 for the standard channel simulator configurations.

17 3.2.2 Method of Measurement

18 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-2 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

19 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
20 Figure 6.5.1-2 (the channel simulators are not applicable for Cases 1, 4, and 5).

21 If the sector supports Subtype 0 Physical Layer Protocol, perform steps 2 to 12:

22 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
23 band class and perform steps 3 through 12.

24 3. Set the InitialConfiguration attribute fields of the Default Access Channel MAC
25 Protocol to the values specified below:

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Field Value
ProbeSequenceMax 15

2 4. Set the fields of the AccessParameters Message as follows:

Field Value
OpenLoopAdjust 81
PowerStep 0 (0 dB)
ProbeInitialAdjust 0
ProbeNumStep 15 (probes per
sequence)
PreambleLength 2 (frames)
Remaining As specified by
Parameters manufacturer

5 5. Set the test parameters for Case 1 as specified in Table A.1.1.1-1.

6 6. Set the access terminal simulator to start probing or page it from the access network.

7 7. Compute the probe failure rate from the number of attempts recorded by the access
8 terminal simulator and the number of successes recorded by the sector.

9 8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until a pass or fail condition has been achieved in accordance
10 with the confidence calculation described in 6.8.

11 9. Set the test parameters for Case 2 as specified in Table A.1.1.1-1.

12 10. Repeat steps 6 and 7.

13 11. Set the test parameters for Case 3 as specified in Table A.1.1.1-1.

14 12. Repeat steps 6 and 7.

15 If the sector supports Subtype 1 or 2 Physical Layer Protocol, perform steps 13 to 27:

16 13. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
17 band class and perform steps 14 through 23.

18 14. Set the InitialConfiguration attribute fields of the Enhanced Access Channel MAC
19 Protocol to the values specified below:

20

Field Value
ProbeSequenceMax 15

21

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1 15. Set the fields of the AccessParameters Message as follows:

Field Value
OpenLoopAdjust 81
PowerStep 0 (0 dB)
ProbeInitialAdjust 0
ProbeNumStep 15 (probes per
sequence)
EnhancedAccessParametersIncluded 1
PreambleLengthSlots 0 (4 slots)
SectorAccessMaxRate 2 (38.4 kbps)
Remaining As specified by
Parameters manufacturer

4 16. Set the test parameters for Case 4 as specified in Table A.1.1.1-2.

5 17. Set the access terminal simulator to start probing or page it from the access
6 network.

7 18. Compute the probe failure rate from the number of attempts recorded by the
8 access terminal simulator and the number of successes recorded by the sector.

9 19. Repeat steps 17 and 18 until a pass or fail condition has been achieved in
10 accordance with the confidence calculation described in 6.8.

11 20. Set the test parameters for Case 5 as specified in Table A.1.1.1-2.

12 21. Repeat steps 17 to 19.

13 22. Set the test parameters for Case 6 as specified in Table A.1.1.1-2.

14 23. Repeat steps 17 to 19.

15

16 3.2.3 Minimum Standard

17 The access probe failure rate shall be less than the maximum values shown in Table
18 A.1.1.2-1 and Table A.1.1.2-2 with 90% confidence (see 6.8).

19

20 3.3 Reverse Traffic Channel Demodulation

21 The tests in this section verify the demodulation performance of the Reverse Traffic Channel
22 under AWGN and fading conditions. Performances are verified for each of the constituent
23 channels within the Reverse Traffic Channel. Therefore, there are tests and requirements

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1 for demodulation performance of Data Channel, DRC Channel, ACK Channel, and DSC
2 Channel.

3 3.3.1 Data Channel Demodulation Performance

4 3.3.1.1 Definition

5 The demodulation performance of the Reverse Data Channel is determined by the packet
6 error rate (PER) at specified values of Data Eb/Nt. For Subtypes 0 and 1 Physical Layer, the
7 PER is calculated for each of the five possible data rates for the AWGN cases, and for a
8 selection of rates for the multipath fading cases. For Subtype 2 Physical Layer, the PER is
9 calculated for each of the twelve possible payloads for the AWGN cases, and for a selection
10 of payloads for the multipath fading cases. Refer to 6.7 for the determination of PER.

11 Performance is identified for AWGN channel (no fading or multipath) with and without
12 closed loop power control, and multipath fading scenarios with closed loop power control.
13 The following table summarizes the tests to be performed:

14

Channel simulator
Case #
Configuration number
N/A (AWGN, without closed
1 and 7
loop power control)
N/A (AWGN, with closed
2 and 8
loop power control)
1 (with closed loop
3 and 9
power control)
3 (with closed loop
4 and 10
power control)
4 (with closed loop
5 and 11
power control)
2 (with closed loop
6 and 12
power control)

15

16 Refer to 6.4.1 for the standard channel simulator configurations.

17 3.3.1.2 Method of Measurement

18 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-2 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

19 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
20 Figure 6.5.1-2.

21 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
22 band class and perform steps 5 through 54.

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1 3. If the sector supports Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, perform steps 5 through 24 in


2 Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer.

3 4. If the sector supports Subtype 2 Physical Layer, perform steps 25 through 54 in


4 Subtype 2 Physical Layer.Unless otherwise specified, PER shall be measured at
5 TerminationTarget.

6 Case 1:

7 5. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
8 shall be disabled (see 6.4.3). The channel simulators are not applicable for this case.

9 6. Set the test parameters for Test 1 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-1.

10 7. Set up a Test Application session. Open a connection and configure the Test
11 Application RTAP so that the Reverse Data Channel data rate corresponds to that of
12 the test.

13 8. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

14 9. Repeat steps 6 through 8 for Tests 2, 3, 4, and 5.


15 Case 2:

16 10. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
17 shall be enabled (see 6.4.3). The channel simulators are not applicable for this case.

18 11. Set the test parameters for Test 6 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-2.

19 12. Open a connection and configure the Test Application RTAP so that the Reverse
20 Data Channel data rate corresponds to that of the test.

21 13. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

22 14. Repeat steps 11 through 13 for tests 7, 8, 9, and 10.


23 Cases 3 and 4:

24 15. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
25 shall be enabled (see 6.4.3).

26 16. Set the test parameters for Test 11 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-3.

27 17. Open a connection and configure the Test Application RTAP so that the Reverse
28 Data Channel data rate corresponds to that of the test.

29 18. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

30 19. Repeat steps 16 through 18 for tests 12, 13 and 14.


31 Cases 5 and 6:

32 20. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
33 shall be enabled (see 6.4.3).

34 21. Set the test parameters for Test 15 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-4.

35 22. Open a connection and configure the Test Application RTAP so that the Reverse
36 Data Channel data rate corresponds to that of the test.

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1 23. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

2 24. Repeat steps 21 through 23 for tests 16, 17 and 18.

3 Case 7:

4 25. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
5 shall be disabled (see 6.4.3). The channel simulators are not applicable for this case.

6 26. For the remaining tests in this section, set PayloadThresh to 0x03 (infinity) and set
7 the Transmission Mode for MACFlow00 to be the same as that specified for the
8 corresponding test in Tables A.1.2.1-7 through A.1.2.1-13.

9 27. Set the test parameters for Test 19 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-5. If the test is done
10 in Low Latency Mode with TerminationTarget of 4 slots, set
11 T2PLoLatPostTransitionXYZ to the default value of T2PLoLatPreTransitionXYZ in the
12 PowerParametersXYZ Attribute where XYZ is the payload size under test. This will
13 maintain a constant T2P over the whole packet.

14 28. Open a connection and configure the Test Application RETAP so that the Reverse
15 Data Channel payload size, TerminationTarget and TransmissionMode corresponds
16 to those of the test.

17 29. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

18 30. Repeat steps 27 through 29 for tests 20 to 31 with reference to Table A.1.2.1-5 to
19 Table A.1.2.1-7 with the exception of test 30, which should be run only if the access
20 network supports 1.8 Mbps.

21 Case 8:

22 31. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
23 shall be enabled (see 6.4.3). The channel simulators are not applicable for this case.

24 32. Set the test parameters for Test 32 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-7.

25 33. Open a connection and configure the Test Application RETAP so that the Reverse
26 Data Channel payload size, TerminationTarget and TransmissionMode corresponds
27 to those of the test.

28 34. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

29 Case 9:

30 35. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
31 shall be enabled (see 6.4.3).

32 36. Set the test parameters for Test 33 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-8.

33 37. Open a connection and configure the Test Application RETAP so that the Reverse
34 Data Channel payload size, TerminationTarget and TransmissionMode corresponds
35 to those of the test.

36 38. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

37 39. Repeat steps 36 through 38 for tests 34 to 36.

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1 Case 10:

2 40. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
3 shall be enabled (see 6.4.3).

4 41. Set the test parameters for Test 37 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-9.

5 42. Open a connection and configure the Test Application RETAP so that the Reverse
6 Data Channel payload size, TerminationTarget and TransmissionMode corresponds
7 to those of the test.

8 43. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

9 44. Repeat steps 41 through 43 for tests 38 to 40.

10 Case 11:

11 45. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
12 shall be enabled (see 6.4.3).

13 46. Set the test parameters for Test 41 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-10.

14 47. Open a connection and configure the Test Application RETAP so that the Reverse
15 Data Channel payload size, TerminationTarget and TransmissionMode corresponds
16 to those of the test.

17 48. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

18 49. Repeat steps 46 through 48 for tests 42 and 43.

19 Case 12:

20 50. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
21 shall be enabled (see 6.4.3).

22 51. Set the test parameters for Test 44 as specified in Table A.1.2.1-11.

23 52. Open a connection and configure the Test Application RETAP so that the Reverse
24 Data Channel payload size, TerminationTarget and TransmissionMode corresponds
25 to those of the test.

26 53. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

27 54. Repeat steps 51 through 53 for tests 45 to 47.

28 3.3.1.3 Minimum Standard

29 A minimum confidence level of 95% shall be obtained for the following PER requirements
30 (see 6.8).

31 Case 1:

32 The PER for each test shall not exceed the piece-wise linear PER curve specified by the
33 points in Table A.1.2.2-1.

34 Case 2:

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1 The PER for each test shall not exceed the piece-wise linear PER curve specified by the
2 points in Table A.1.2.2-2.

3 Cases 3 and 4:

4 The PER for each test shall not exceed the piece-wise linear PER curve specified by the
5 points in Table A.1.2.2-3.

6 Cases 5 and 6:

7 The PER for each test shall not exceed the piece-wise linear PER curve specified by the
8 points in Table A.1.2.2-4.

9 Case 7:

10 The PER for Tests 19 through 29 and 31 shall not exceed the corresponding piece-wise
11 linear PER curve specified by the points in Tables A.1.2.2-5 and A.1.2.2-6. The PER for Test
12 30 should not exceed the corresponding piece-wise linear PER curve specified by points in
13 Table A.1.2.2-6.

14 Case 8:

15 The PER for each test shall not exceed the corresponding piece-wise linear PER curve
16 specified by the points in Table A.1.2.2-7.

17 Case 9:

18 The PER for each test shall not exceed the corresponding piece-wise linear PER curve
19 specified by the points in Table A.1.2.2-8.

20 Case 10:

21 The PER for each test shall not exceed the corresponding piece-wise linear PER curve
22 specified by the points in Table A.1.2.2-9.

23 Case 11:

24 The PER for each test shall not exceed the corresponding piece-wise linear PER curve
25 specified by the points in Table A.1.2.2-10.

26 Case 12:

27 The PER for each test shall not exceed the corresponding piece-wise linear PER curve
28 specified by the points in Table A.1.2.2-11.

29 3.3.2 DRC Channel Demodulation Performance

30 The tests in this section verify the demodulation performance of the DRC Channel under
31 AWGN and fading conditions.

32 3.3.2.1 Definition

33 The performance of the demodulation of the DRC Channel with closed loop power control in
34 a AWGN or multipath fading environment is determined by the DRC error rate (Error Rate)
35 and the DRC miss rate (Miss Rate) at specified values of DRC Es/Nt. Refer to 6.7 for the
36 determination of DRC Error Rate and DRC Miss Rate.

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1 Performance is identified for the various DRCLength values with DRC non-gated
2 transmission, and if supported with DRC gated transmission.

3 The following table summarizes the tests to be performed:


4

Channel simulator
Case #
Configuration number

1 N/A (AWGN)

2 1

3 3

4 4

6 Refer to 6.4.1 for the standard channel simulator configurations.

7 3.3.2.2 Method of Measurement

8 The test parameters in the tables of this section are for DRC non-gated transmission. If
9 supported, the same tests shall be performed for DRC gated transmission. The test
10 parameters for DRC gated transmission shall be those of the DRC non-gated transmission
11 and DRCLength value equal to 1 slot. For DRC gated transmission tests, the same
12 parameters shall be used for all the DRCLength values. Refer to Figure 6.5.1-2 for a
13 functional block diagram of the test setup.

14 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
15 Figure 6.5.1-2.

16 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
17 band class and perform steps 5 through 17.

18 3. If the sector supports Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, perform steps 5 through 17


19 using Subtype 0 Physical Layer.

20 4. If the sector supports Subtype 2 Physical Layer, perform steps 5 through 17 using
21 Subtype 2 Physical Layer. Set ACKChannelGain to 3 dB.

22 5. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
23 shall be enabled.

24 Case 1:

25 6. Set the test parameters for Test 1 as specified in Table A.1.3.1-1.

26 7. Set up a Test Application session. Open a connection and configure the Test
27 Application RTAP so that the Reverse Data Channel data rate corresponds to 153.6
28 kbps. Configure the Test Application FTAP so that the DRC value and cover are set
29 to fixed values, and the ACK Channel is transmitted every slot.

30 8. Measure the DRC Error Rate and the DRC Miss Rate as described in 6.7.

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1 9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for Tests 2, 3 and 4.

2 10. Set the test parameters for Test 5 as specified in Table A.1.3.1-2.

3 11. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for Tests 6, 7 and 8.

4 Case 2:

5 12. Set the test parameters for Test 9 as specified in Table A.1.3.1-3 and repeat steps 7
6 and 8.

7 13. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for Tests 10, 11 and 12.

8 Case 3:

9 14. Set the test parameters for Test 13 as specified in Table A.1.3.1-4 and repeat steps 7
10 and 8.

11 15. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for Tests 14, 15 and 16.

12 Case 4:

13 16. Set the test parameters for Test 17 as specified in Table A.1.3.1-5 and repeat steps 7
14 and 8.

15 17. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for Tests 18, 19 and 20.

16 3.3.2.3 Minimum Standard

17 A minimum confidence level of 95% shall be obtained for the following DRC Error Rate and
18 Miss Rate requirements (see 6.8).

19 The minimum standards in the tables of this section are for DRC non-gated transmission.
20 Tests performed for DRC gated transmission shall be compliant with the results of DRC in
21 non-gated transmission and DRCLength equal to 1 slot for the respective case.

22 Case 1:

23 The combination of the DRC Miss Rate and DRC Error Rate for each test shall not exceed
24 the piece-wise linear Error Rate vs. Miss Rate curve in a log-log domain specified by the
25 points in Table A.1.3.2-1 and Table A.1.3.2-2.

26 Case 2:

27 The combination of the DRC Miss Rate and DRC Error Rate for each test shall not exceed
28 the piece-wise linear Error Rate vs. Miss Rate curve in a log-log domain specified by the
29 points in Table A.1.3.2-3 and Table A.1.3.2-4.

30 Case 3:

31 The combination of the DRC Miss Rate and DRC Error Rate for each test shall not exceed
32 the piece-wise linear Error Rate vs. Miss Rate curve in a log-log domain specified by the
33 points in Table A.1.3.2-5 and Table A.1.3.2-6.

34 Case 4:

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1 The combination of the DRC Miss Rate and DRC Error Rate for each test shall not exceed
2 the piece-wise linear Error Rate vs. Miss Rate curve in a log-log domain specified by the
3 points in Table A.1.3.2-7 and Table A.1.3.2-8.

5 3.3.3 ACK Channel Demodulation Performance

6 The tests in this section verify the demodulation performance of the ACK Channel under
7 AWGN and fading conditions.

8 3.3.3.1 Definition

9 The performance of the demodulation of the ACK Channel with closed loop power control in
10 a AWGN or multipath fading environment is determined by the following conditional
11 probabilities: P(ACK|NAK), P(NAK|ACK), P(no NAK|NAK), and P(no ACK|ACK) at specified
12 values of ACK Es/Nt. Refer to 6.7 for the determination of these probabilities.

13 The following table summarizes the tests to be performed:

14

Channel simulator
Case #
Configuration number

1 and 5 N/A (AWGN)

2 1

3 3

4 4

15

16 Refer to 6.4.1 for the standard channel simulator configurations.

17 3.3.3.2 Method of Measurement

18 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-2 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

19 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
20 Figure 6.5.1-2.

21 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
22 band class and perform steps 3 through 15.

23 3. If the sector supports Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, perform steps 5 through 15


24 using Subtype 0 Physical Layer.

25 4. If the sector supports Subtype 2 Physical Layer, perform steps 5 through 19 using
26 Subtype 2 Physical Layer. Set DRCChannelGain to 0 dB.

27 5. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
28 shall be enabled.

29 Case 1:

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1 6. Set the test parameters for Test 1 as specified in Table A.1.4.1-1.

2 7. Set up a Test Application session. Open a connection. For Subtype 0 Physical Layer,
3 configure the Test Application RTAP so that the Reverse Data Channel data rate
4 corresponds to 153.6 kbps. Configure the Test Application FTAP so that the ACK
5 Channel is transmitted every slot at a fixed value. For Subtype 2 Physical Layer,
6 configure the Test Application RETAP so that the Reverse Data Channel payload size
7 is 4096 bits with Termination Target of 16 slots. Configure the Test Application
8 FETAP so that the ACK Channel is transmitted every slot with BPSK modulation at a
9 fixed value.

10 8. Measure the ACK Channel P(no ACK|ACK), P(ACK|NAK), P(no NAK|NAK), and
11 P(NAK|ACK) as described in 6.7.

12 9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for Test 2.

13 Case 2:

14 10. Set the test parameters for Test 3 as specified in Table A.1.4.1-1 and repeat steps 7
15 and 8.

16 11. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for Test 4.

17 Case 3:

18 12. Set the test parameters for Test 5 as specified in Table A.1.4.1-2 and repeat steps 7
19 and 8.

20 13. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for Test 6.

21 Case 4:

22 14. Set the test parameters for Test 7 as specified in Table A.1.4.1-2 and repeat steps 7
23 and 8.

24 15. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for Test 8.

25 Case 5:

26 16. Set the test parameters for Test 9 as specified in Table A.1.4.1-3.

27 17. Set up a Test Application session. Open a connection. Configure the Test Application
28 RETAP so that the Reverse Data Channel payload size is 4096 bits with
29 TerminationTarget of 16 slots. Configure the FETAP so that the ACK channel is
30 transmitted every slot with OOK modulation at a fixed value.

31 18. Repeat step 8 for Test 9.

32 19. Repeat steps 17 and 18 for Test 10.

33 3.3.3.3 Minimum Standard

34 A minimum confidence level of 95% shall be obtained for the following symbol error rates
35 requirements (see 6.8).

36 Cases 1 and 2:

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1 The combination of the P(no ACK|ACK) and P(ACK|NAK) for each test shall not exceed the
2 piece-wise linear curve in a log-log domain where the x-axis corresponds to P(ACK|NAK)
3 and the y-axis corresponds to P(no ACK|ACK) specified by the points in Table A.1.4.2-1 and
4 Table A.1.4.2-3.

5 The combination of the P(no NAK|NAK) and P(NAK|ACK) for each test shall not exceed the
6 piece-wise linear curve in a log-log domain where the x-axis corresponds to P(NAK|ACK)
7 and the y-axis corresponds to P(no NAK|NAK) specified by the points in Table A.1.4.2-2 and
8 Table A.1.4.2-4.

9 Cases 3 and 4:

10 The combination of the P(no ACK|ACK) and P(ACK|NAK) for each test shall not exceed the
11 piece-wise linear curve in a log-log domain where the x-axis corresponds to P(ACK|NAK)
12 and the y-axis corresponds to P(no ACK|ACK) specified by the points in Table A.1.4.2-5 and
13 Table A.1.4.2-6.

14 The combination of the P(no NAK|NAK) and P(NAK|ACK) for each test shall not exceed the
15 piece-wise linear curve in a log-log domain where the x-axis corresponds to P(NAK|ACK)
16 and the y-axis corresponds to P(no NAK|NAK) specified by the points in Table A.1.4.2-7 and
17 Table A.1.4.2-8.

18 Case 5:

19 The combination of the P(no ACK|ACK) and P(ACK|NAK) for each test shall not exceed the
20 piece-wise linear curve in a log-log domain where the x-axis corresponds to P(ACK|NAK)
21 and the y-axis corresponds to P(no ACK|ACK) specified by the points in Table A.1.4.2-9.

22 The combination of the P(no NAK|NAK) and P(NAK|ACK) for each test shall not exceed the
23 piece-wise linear curve in a log-log domain where the x-axis corresponds to P(NAK|ACK)
24 and the y-axis corresponds to P(no NAK|NAK) specified by the points in Table A.1.4.2-
25 6Table A.1.4.2-10.

26 3.3.4 DSC Channel Demodulation Performance

27 The tests in this section verify the demodulation performance of the DSC Channel under
28 AWGN and fading conditions and shall be performed only if the access network supports
29 Subtype 2 Physical Layer.

30 3.3.4.1 Definition

31 The performance of the demodulation of the DSC Channel with closed loop power control in
32 an AWGN or multipath fading environment is determined by the DSC error rate (Error Rate)
33 and the DSC erasure rate (Erasure Rate) at specified values of DSC Es/Nt. Refer to 6.7 for
34 the determination of DSC Error Rate and DSC Miss Rate.

35 The following table summarizes the tests to be performed:

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Channel simulator
Case #
Configuration number

1 AWGN (N/A)

2 1 (8 km/h, 2 paths)

3 2 (30 km/h, 1 path)

4 3 (100 km/h, 3 paths)

2 Refer to 6.4.1 for the standard channel simulator configurations.

3 3.3.4.2 Method of Measurement

4 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-2 Functional Setup for one Access Network Multipath Fading
5 Demodulation Tests for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

6 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in Figure
7 6.5.1-2 Functional Setup for one Access Network Multipath Fading Demodulation
8 Tests.

9 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
10 band class and perform steps 3 through 13.

11 3. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
12 shall be enabled.

13 4. Set the test parameters for Test 1 as specified in Table A.1.5.1.-1.

14 5. Set up a Test Application session. Open a connection and configure the Test
15 Application RETAP so that the Reverse Data Channel payload size corresponds to
16 1024 bits with Termination Target of 16 slots and TransmissionMode of HighCapacity.
17 Configure the DSC Channel to transmit at a fixed value. Set ACKChannelGain to 3 dB
18 and DRCChanelGain to 0 dB.

19 6. Measure the DSC Error Rate and DSC Erasure Rate as described in 6.7.

20 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for Test 2.

21 Case 2:

22 8. Set the test parameters for Test 3 as specified in Table A.1.5.1-1 and repeat steps 5
23 and 6.

24 9. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for Test 4.

25 Case 3:

26 10. Set the test parameters for Test 5 as specified in Table A.1.5.1-2 and repeat steps 5
27 and 6.

28 11. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for Test 6.

29 Case 4:

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1 12. Set the test parameters for Test 7 as specified in Table A.1.5.1-2 and repeat steps 5
2 and 6.

3 13. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for Test 8.

4 3.3.4.3 Minimum Standard

5 A minimum confidence level of 95% shall be obtained for the following symbol error rates
6 requirements (see 6.8).

7 The combination of the DSC Erasure Rate and DSC Error Rate for each test shall not
8 exceed the corresponding piece-wise linear Erasure Rate vs. Error Rate curve in a log-log
9 domain specified by the points in Table A.1.5.2-1 and Table A.1.5.2-2.

10

11 3.4 Receiver Performance

12 The receiver sensitivity, dynamic range, single tone desensitization, intermodulation


13 spurious response attenuation, and adjacent channel selectivity tests are optional in this
14 document if the device is CDMA and HRPD multi-mode access network and compliant with
15 [4].

16 3.4.1 Receiver Sensitivity

17 3.4.1.1 Definition

18 The receiver sensitivity of the sector receiver is defined as the minimum received power,
19 measured at the sector RF input ports, at which the Reverse Data Channel PER is
20 maintained at 1%.

21 3.4.1.2 Method of Measurement

22 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-1 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

23 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
24 Figure 6.5.1-1.

25 2. Disable the AWGN generators (set their output powers to zero).

26 3. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
27 band class and perform steps 4 through 6.

28 4. Adjust the equipment to ensure that a signal power of -117 dBm (for Band Classes 0,
29 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, or 12) or -119 dBm (for Band Classes 1, 4, 6 or 8) per RF input
30 port is not exceeded. For large-radius cells, the signal power per RF input port
31 should not exceed 122 dBm. Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in
32 the access terminal simulator should be disabled (see 6.4.3).

33 5. Set up a Test Application session using one of the Physical Layer subtypes. For
34 Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application
35 RTAP so that the Reverse Data Channel data rate corresponds to 9.6 kbps. For
36 Subtype 2 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application

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1 RETAP so that the Reverse Data Channel payload size corresponds to 256 bits with
2 HighCapacity Transmission Mode and TerminationTarget of 16 slots.

3 6. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

4 3.4.1.3 Minimum Standard

5 The PER shall be 1.0% or less with 95% confidence (see 6.8).

6 3.4.2 Receiver Dynamic Range

7 3.4.2.1 Definition

8 The receiver dynamic range is the input power range at the sector RF input ports over
9 which the PER does not exceed a specific value. Its lower limit is the sensitivity as
10 measured by the test in 3.4.1. Its upper limit is the maximum total power per RF input port
11 at which a PER of 1% is maintained.

12 3.4.2.2 Method of Measurement

13 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-1 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

14 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
15 Figure 6.5.1-1.

16 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
17 band class and perform steps 3 through 5.
18 3. Adjust the equipment for a noise power spectral density Ioc at each RF input port of
19 not less than -65 dBm/1.23 MHz and a signal power at each RF input port Ior =-
20 63.8 dBm so that the Data Eb/Nt = 10 dB at 153.6 kbps, at each RF input port.
21 Reverse Traffic Channel closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator
22 may be disabled (see 6.4.3).

23 4. Set up a Test Application session using one of the Physical Layer subtypes. For
24 Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application
25 RTAP so that the Reverse Data Channel data rate corresponds to 153.6 kbps. For
26 Subtype 2 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application
27 RETAP so that the Reverse Data Channel payload size corresponds to 4096 bits with
28 HighCapacity Transmission Mode and TerminationTarget of 16 slots.

29 5. Measure the packet error rate as described in 6.7.

30 3.4.2.3 Minimum Standard

31 The PER shall be 1.0% or less with 95% confidence (see 6.8).

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1 3.4.3 Single Tone Desensitization

2 3.4.3.1 Definition

3 Single tone desensitization is a measure of the ability to receive a HRPD signal on the
4 assigned channel frequency in the presence of a single tone that is offset from the center
5 frequency of the assigned channel.

6 For licensed bandwidths where CDMA is not the only expected technology, a high power CW
7 tone level requirement simulates a non-CDMA narrow-band interferer. For licensed
8 bandwidths where CDMA is the only expected technology2, a lower power CW tone level
9 requirement simulates an interfering CDMA mobile station being power-controlled by a
10 non-collocated CDMA access network.

11 This test is applied to all band classes, where no narrow-band interferers are currently
12 known.

13 3.4.3.2 Method of Measurement

14 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-3 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

15 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
16 Figure 6.5.1-3.

17 2. For each band class that the sector supports configure the sector to operate in that
18 band class and perform steps 3 through 9.

19 3. Adjust the equipment to ensure path losses of at least 100 dB. All power control
20 mechanisms shall be enabled and set at nominal values.

21 4. Set up a Test Application session using one of the Physical Layer subtypes. For
22 Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application
23 RTAP so that the Reverse Data Channel data rate corresponds to 9.6 kbps. For
24 Subtype 2 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application
25 RETAP so that the Reverse Data Channel payload size corresponds to 256 bits with
26 HighCapacity Transmission Mode and TerminationTarget of 16 slots.

27 5. Measure the access terminal simulator output power at the RF input ports of the
28 sector, and the packet error rate at the access network.

29 6. Perform steps 7 through 9 with the bandwidth of the receiver pass band used in
30 steps 7 and 8 defined equal to n 1.23 MHz (Band Class 0), n 1.24 MHz (Band
31 Subclasses 5, 6, or 7 of Band Class 5), or n 1.25 MHz (all other band classes and
32 subclasses), where n is the number of adjacent carriers supported by the base

2 When interference is due only from CDMA transmitters, the limiting factor is the spectral density of

the sideband noise of the mobile station transmitter, which is around 30 dB below the transmitted
power spectral density.

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1 station. For a receiver that is not capable of receiving more than one carrier at a
2 time, n shall be equal to one.

3 7. If the sector receiver is capable of being configured to receive only one Reverse
4 Channel (even if the receiver is capable of receiving more than one Reverse Channel)
5 then perform step 9 for a single Reverse Channel located within the receiver pass
6 band. A sufficient number of different CDMA frequency assignments for the Reverse
7 Channel shall be tested to ensure compliance across the entire receiver pass band.

8 8. If the sector receiver is capable of being configured to receive adjacent (1.23, 1.24, or
9 1.25 MHz spacing) Reverse Channels, then for each possible receiver configuration
10 of n adjacent carriers (i.e. n = 2, 3, ), perform step 9 for a block of n adjacent
11 Reverse Channels located within the receiver pass band3. A sufficient number of
12 adjacent channel blocks shall be tested to ensure compliance across the entire
13 receiver pass band.

14 9. For the band class and band subclass under test, adjust the CW generator relative
15 to the level in step 5 and measure the access terminal simulator output power and
16 PER of the access network for each carrier (f1 through f2) and each permutation
17 shown in the table below:

18

CW Generator Power
Above Mobile Station
Band Class and Band Subclass CW Generator Frequencies
Simulator Output
Power

0 (except Band Subclass 0 for 50 dB f1 750 kHz and f2 + 750 kHz


China) 87 dB f1 900 kHz and f2 + 900 kHz
50 dB f1 750 kHz and f2 + 750 kHz
0 (Band Subclass 0 for China)
87 dB f1 1.11 MHz and f2 + 1.11 MHz
1, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10 80 dB f1 1.25 MHz and f2 + 1.25 MHz
2, 3, 5, 9, 11, and 12 87 dB f1 900 kHz and f2 + 900 kHz
For single-carrier testing, f1 and f2 are both equal to the CDMA frequency assignment for the
Reverse Channel under test.
For multiple adjacent carrier testing, f1 is the lowest CDMA frequency assignment in a block of
adjacent Reverse Channels and f2 is the highest CDMA frequency assignment in a block of
adjacent Reverse Channels under test.

19

3 For example, if the receiver supports operation with two or three adjacent carriers, then the receiver

would be tested while receiving two carriers and again while receiving three carriers.

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1 3.4.3.3 Minimum Standard

2 The output power of the access terminal simulator shall increase by no more than 3 dB and
3 the PER measured in steps 5 and 9 shall be less than 1.5% with 95% confidence (see 6.8).

4 In the case of adjacent Reverse Channels supported by the access network, the CW
5 generator frequencies that occur between adjacent carrier center frequencies should not be
6 tested.

7 3.4.4 Intermodulation Spurious Response Attenuation

8 3.4.4.1 Definition

9 The intermodulation spurious response attenuation is a measure of a receiver's ability to


10 receive a HRPD signal on its assigned channel frequency in the presence of two interfering
11 CW tones. These tones are separated from the assigned channel frequency and from each
12 other such that the third order mixing of the two interfering CW tones can occur in the
13 non-linear elements of the receiver, producing an interfering signal in the band of the
14 desired signal.

15 For the case of multiple adjacent carrier receivers, the test places the CW tones outside the
16 bandwidth of the access network receiver, which is approximately n x 1.25 MHz, where n is
17 the number of adjacent carriers.

18 3.4.4.2 Method of Measurement

19 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-4 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

20 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
21 Figure 6.5.1-4.

22 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
23 band class and perform steps 3 through 7.

24 3. Adjust the equipment to ensure path losses of at least 100 dB. All power control
25 mechanisms shall be enabled and set at nominal values.

26 4. Set up a Test Application session using one of the Physical Layer subtypes. For
27 Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application
28 RTAP so that the Reverse Data Channel data rate corresponds to 9.6 kbps. For
29 Subtype 2 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application
30 RETAP so that the Reverse Data Channel payload size corresponds to 256 bits with
31 HighCapacity Transmission Mode and TerminationTarget of 16 slots.

32 5. Measure the access terminal simulator output power at the RF input ports of the
33 sector, and the packet error rate at the access network.

34 6. For each block of n adjacent (1.23 or 1.25 MHz spacing) carriers (including n = 1),
35 define the lowest frequency, f1, as the lowest CDMA frequency assignment and the
36 highest frequency, f2, as the highest CDMA frequency assignment and perform step
37 7.

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1 7. For the band class and band subclass under test, adjust the CW generators and
2 measure the access terminal simulator output power and packet error rate of the
3 access network for a sufficient number of permutations (see the table below) to
4 ensure compliance across the entire receiver pass band.

Band Class and CW Generator Power CW Generator Frequency Pairs


Band Subclass Above Mobile Station
Simulator Output
Power
0 (except China), 72 dB f2 + 900 kHz and f2 + 1700 kHz + i 1250 kHz
2, 3, 5, 9, and 11 f1 - 900 kHz and f1 - 1700 kHz - i 1250 kHz
0 (Band Subclass 72 dB f2 + 1110 kHz and f2 + 1910 kHz + i 1250 kHz
0 for China) f1 - 1110 kHz and f2 - 1910 kHz - i 1250 kHz
1, 4, 6, or 8 70 dB f2 + 1.25 MHz and f2 + 2.05 MHz + i 1.25 MHz
f1 1.25 MHz and f2 - 2.05 MHz - i 1.25 MHz
7, 10, or 12 72 dB f2 + 1.25 MHz and f2 + 2.05 MHz + i 1.25 MHz
f1 1.25 MHz and f2 - 2.05 MHz - i 1.25 MHz
In this table, i = 0, 1, , n-1; where n is the number of adjacent carriers.

6 3.4.4.3 Minimum Standard

7 The output power of the access terminal simulator shall increase by no more than 3 dB and
8 the PER measured in steps 5 and 7 shall be less than 1.5% with 95% confidence (see 6.8).

9 3.4.5 Adjacent Channel Selectivity

10 3.4.5.1 Definition

11 The adjacent channel selectivity is a measure of the ability to receive a HRPD signal on the
12 assigned channel frequency in the presence of another HRPD signal that is offset from the
13 center frequency of the assigned channel by 2.5 MHz.

14 3.4.5.2 Method of Measurement

15 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-9 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

16 1. Configure the sector under test and the two access terminal simulators as shown in
17 Figure 6.5.1-9.

18 2. If the sector supports Band Class 6, configure the sector to operate in Band Class 6
19 and perform steps 3 through 7.

20 3. Adjust the equipment to ensure path losses of at least 100 dB. All power control
21 mechanisms shall be enabled and set at nominal values.

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1 4. Set up a Test Application session using one of the Physical Layer subtypes. For
2 Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, open a connection between the sector under test and
3 access terminal simulator 1, and configure the Test Application RTAP so that the
4 Reverse Data Channel data rate corresponds to 153.6 kbps. For Subtype 2 Physical
5 Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application RETAP so that the
6 Reverse Data Channel payload size corresponds to 4096 bits with HighCapacity
7 Transmission Mode and TerminationTarget of 16 slots.

8 5. Measure the access terminal simulator 1 output power referenced to the sector RF
9 input ports, and the packet error rate at the access network.

10 6. Adjust access terminal simulator 2 to offsets of +2.5 MHz and -2.5 MHz from the
11 CDMA frequency assignment of access terminal simulator 1 and with an output
12 power of -53 dBm referenced to the sector RF input ports.

13 7. Measure the access terminal simulator output power referenced to the sector RF
14 input ports, and the packet error rate at the access network.

15 3.4.5.3 Minimum Standard

16 The output power of the access terminal simulator shall increase by no more than 3 dB and
17 the PER measured in steps 5 and 7 shall be less than 1.5% with 95% confidence (see 6.8).

18 3.4.6 Receiver Blocking Characteristics

19 3.4.6.1 Definition

20 The receiver blocking characteristic is a measure of the receivers ability to receive a HRPD
21 signal at its assigned channel frequency in the presence of a single tone on frequencies
22 other than those of the adjacent channels, without this unwanted input signal causing a
23 degradation of the performance of the receiver beyond a specified limit. This test is
24 applicable to Band Class 6 sectors only.

25 3.4.6.2 Method of Measurement

26 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-3 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

27 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
28 Figure 6.5.1-3.

29 2. If the sector supports Band Class 6, configure the sector to operate in that band
30 class and perform steps 3 through 10.

31 3. Adjust the equipment to ensure path losses of at least 100 dB. All power control
32 mechanisms shall be enabled and set at nominal values.

33 4. Set up a Test Application session using one of the Physical Layer subtypes. For
34 Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application
35 RTAP so that the Reverse Data Channel data rate corresponds to 9.6 kbps. For
36 Subtype 2 Physical Layer, open a connection and configure the Test Application
37 RETAP so that the Reverse Data Channel payload size corresponds to 256 bits with
38 HighCapacity Transmission Mode and TerminationTarget of 16 slots.

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1 5. Measure the access terminal simulator output power at the RF input ports of the
2 sector.

3 6. Adjust the CW generator power to be 75 dB above the access terminal simulator


4 output power at the RF input ports as measured in step 5.

5 7. Step the CW Tone frequency from 1900 to 2000 MHz at 1 MHz intervals but skip
6 frequencies closer than 5 MHz to the carrier frequency and perform step 10.

7 8. Adjust the CW generator power to be 100 dB above the access terminal simulator
8 output power at the RF input ports as measured in step 5.

9 9. Step the CW Tone frequency from 1 to 1899 MHz and 2001 to 12750 MHz in 1 MHz
10 steps and perform step 10.

11 10. Measure the access terminal simulator output power at each frequency step of the
12 CW tone.

13 3.4.6.3 Minimum Standard

14 As steps 7 and 9 are performed, the increase in access terminal output power (relative to
15 step 5) shall be less than 3 dB.

16 3.5 Limitations on Emissions

17 3.5.1 Conducted Spurious Emissions

18 3.5.1.1 Definition

19 Conducted spurious emissions are spurious emissions generated or amplified in the sector
20 equipment and appearing at the receiver RF input ports.

21 3.5.1.2 Method of Measurement

22 1. Connect a spectrum analyzer (or other suitable test equipment) to a receiver RF


23 input port.

24 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
25 band class and perform steps 3 through 5.

26 3. Disable all transmitter RF outputs.

27 4. Perform step 5 for all receiver input ports.

28 5. Sweep the spectrum analyzer over a frequency range from the lowest intermediate
29 frequency or lowest oscillator frequency used in the receiver or 1 MHz, whichever is
30 lower, to at least 2600 MHz for Band Classes 0, 2, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11 and 12, at least 3
31 GHz for Band Class 3 or at least 6 GHz for Band Classes 1, 4 and 8. For Band Class
32 6, sweep the spectrum analyzer over a frequency range from 30 MHz to at least
33 12.75 GHz and measure the spurious emissions levels.

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1 3.5.1.3 Minimum Standard

2 The mean conducted spurious emissions shall be

3 1. Less than -80 dBm, measured in a 30 kHz resolution bandwidth at the sector RF
4 input ports, for frequencies within the sector receiver band (see 3.1) associated with
5 each band class that the sector supports.

6 2. Less than -60 dBm, measured in a 30 kHz resolution bandwidth at the sector RF
7 input ports, for frequencies within the sector transmit band (see 3.1) associated with
8 each band class that the sector supports.

9 3. Less than -41 dBm, measured in a 300 kHz resolution bandwidth at the RF input
10 ports, for frequencies within the PHS band from 1884.5 to 1919.6 MHz associated
11 with band class 6 access networks operating under Japan regional specifications.
12 Note that this is more stringent than ITU Category B emission limits.

13 4. For sectors that support other than Band Class 6, less than -47 dBm, measured in a
14 30 kHz resolution bandwidth at the sector RF input ports, for all other frequencies.
15 For sectors that support Band Class 6, then 57 dBm/100 kHz for frequencies from
16 30 MHz to 1 GHz and 47 dBm/1 MHz for frequencies from 1 GHz to 12.75 GHz*.

17 Current region-specific radio regulation rules shall also apply.

18 For example,

19 [1] A Band Class 3 sector operating under Japan regional requirements shall limit
20 conducted emissions to less than 54 dBm, measured in a 30 kHz resolution bandwidth at
21 the sector RF input ports, for all other frequencies.

22 [2] A Band Class 6 sector operating under Japan regional requirements shall limit
23 conducted emissions to less than -41 dBm, measured in a 300 kHz resolution bandwidth at
24 the sector RF input ports, for frequencies within the PHS band from 1884.5 to 1919.6 MHz.

25 Note*: With the exception of frequencies used by the sector between 4 MHz below the first
26 carrier frequency and 4 MHz above the last carrier frequency.

27 3.5.2 Radiated Spurious Emissions

28 No receiver radiated spurious emissions are explicitly stated. In general, received radiated
29 spurious emissions are tested together with transmitter radiated spurious emissions (see
30 4.4.2).

31 Current region-specific radio regulation rules shall apply.

32 For example, a Band Class 7 sector operating under US regional requirements shall limit
33 radiated spurious emissions to less than 70 dBW/MHz EIRP in the GPS band from 1559 to
34 1610 MHz.

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1 3.6 Received Signal Quality Indicator (RSQI)

2 3.6.1 Definition

3 The received signal quality indicator (RSQI) refers to a measurement of signal quality
4 performed by sectors. RSQI measurement results are used for comparisons of signal
5 strength between different sectors.
6 Signal quality is defined as the signal to noise ratio Data Eb/Nt, where Eb is the energy per
7 Data Channel bit and Nt is the total received noise-plus-interference power spectral density
8 in the CDMA channel bandwidth. Signal quality shall be computed by adding together the
9 individual Data Eb/Nt values from multipath components. RSQI shall be reported as a 6-bit
10 unsigned integer, calculated as follows:

0, Eb
1
Nt

Eb
11 RSQI = 63, 10 3.15
Nt

20 log E b otherwise
10
N t

12 where the signal energy and noise power spectral density are measured within the CDMA
13 channel bandwidth.

14 3.6.2 Method of Measurement

15 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-1 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

16 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
17 Figure 6.5.1-1.

18 2. Disable reverse link closed loop power control in the access terminal simulator.

19 3. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
20 band class and perform steps 4 through 9.

21 4. Adjust the AWGN generators for a noise power spectral density of -84 dBm/1.23
22 MHz and adjust the other equipment for a Data Eb/Nt of 8 dB at each RF input
23 terminal (at 153.6 kbps). See 0 to calculate the required Ior level to get this Data
24 Eb/Nt.

25 5. For Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, open a connection with the Reverse Data
26 Channel rate at 153.6 kbps only. For Subtype 2 Physical Layer, open a connection
27 and configure the Test Application RETAP so that the Reverse Data Channel payload
28 size corresponds to 4096 bits with HighCapacity Transmission Mode and
29 TerminationTarget of 16 slots.
30 6. Record the RSQI reported by the sector.
31 7. Reduce the access terminal simulator output power by 6 dB.

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1 8. Record the RSQI reported by the sector.

2 9. Increase the access terminal simulator output power by 1 dB.


3 10. Repeat steps 8 and 9 until the Data Eb/Nt per antenna reaches 14 dB.

4 3.6.3 Minimum Standard


5 The reported RSQI shall be within the bounds shown in Table 3.6.3-1. For Data Eb/Nt
6 greater than 14 dB the RSQI reports should be monotonically increasing or unchanging.
7

8 Table 3.6.3-1 Bounds on RSQI Reports

Data Eb/Nt
Minimum Maximum
per RF
Acceptable Report Acceptable Report
input port
Value Value
(dB)
2 6 14
3 8 16
4 10 18
5 12 20
6 14 22
7 16 24
8 18 26
9 20 28
10 22 30
11 24 32
12 26 34
13 28 36
14 30 38

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1 4 TRANSMITTER MINIMUM STANDARDS

2 4.1 Frequency Requirements

3 4.1.1 Frequency Coverage


4 The access network shall meet the requirements in [7].

5 4.1.2 Frequency Tolerance

6 4.1.2.1 Definition

7 The frequency tolerance is defined as the maximum allowed difference between the actual
8 CDMA transmit carrier frequency and the specified CDMA transmit frequency assignment.
9 This test shall apply to every band class that the sector supports.

10 4.1.2.2 Method of Measurement

11 Frequency shall be measured using appropriate test equipment with sufficient accuracy to
12 ensure compliance with the minimum standard. Frequency should be measured as part of
13 the waveform quality test of 4.2.2.

14 4.1.2.3 Minimum Standard

15 For all operating temperatures specified by the manufacturer, the average frequency
16 difference between the actual CDMA transmit carrier frequency and specified CDMA
17 transmit frequency assignment shall be less than 5 10-8 of the frequency assignment
18 (0.05 ppm).

19 4.2 Modulation Requirements


20 Waveform quality is tested by measuring the waveform qualities rdata, rMAC, and rpilot as
21 defined in 6.4.2. The range of values for the transmit waveform quality is from 1.0 for a
22 perfect HRPD waveform to 0.0 for a non-HRPD signal. As an example, a sector with a 0.5 dB
23 degradation in its transmit waveform would have a quality, r, of 10-(0.5/10)= 0.89.

24 4.2.1 Synchronization and Timing

25 4.2.1.1 Pilot Channel Time Tolerance

26 Each sector shall use a time base reference from which all time critical transmissions,
27 including pilot PN sequences, frames, and Walsh functions, shall be derived. The time base
28 reference shall be time-aligned to System Time, as described in [1]. Reliable external means
29 should be provided at each sector to synchronize each sector time base reference to System
30 Time. Each sector should use a frequency reference with sufficient accuracy to maintain
31 time alignment to System Time. With the external source of System Time disconnected, the
32 sector shall maintain transmit timing within 10 ms of System Time for a period of not less
33 than 8 hours.

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1 The sector shall make available an even second time reference signal for the purpose of
2 synchronization testing.

3 4.2.1.1.1 Definition
4 The pilot time is defined as the estimate of System Time derived from observation of the
5 Forward Channel signal at the sector RF output port. Pilot time alignment error is the
6 difference between the measured pilot time and the expected time, taking into account
7 System Time and pilot offset.

8 4.2.1.1.2 Method of Measurement

9 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-5 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.
10 1. Connect the waveform quality test equipment to a sector RF output port.
11 2. For each available CDMA Channel (sectors or alternate frequencies), perform steps 3
12 through 6.

13 3. Set the attenuator at an appropriate level for the test equipment.


14 4. Trigger the test equipment from the sector even second time reference signal.

15 5. Open a connection and set the sector to be transmitting continuously so that one of
16 the Pilot, MAC, Control, or Forward Traffic Channels is transmitted on the forward
17 link at all times.

18 6. Measure the pilot time alignment error using the test equipment described in 6.4.2.

19 4.2.1.1.3 Minimum Standard

20 The pilot time alignment error should be within 3 s and shall be within 10 s of CDMA
21 System Time.
22 For sectors supporting multiple simultaneous CDMA Channels, the pilot time tolerance of
23 all CDMA Channels radiated by a sector shall be within 1 s of each other.

24 4.2.2 Waveform Quality

25 4.2.2.1 Definition

26 The waveform quality is measured by determining the normalized correlated power between
27 the actual waveform and the ideal waveform. This test is performed with a single carrier
28 and single sector only.

29 4.2.2.2 Method of Measurement

30 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-5 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

31 1. Connect the waveform quality test equipment to a sector RF output port.


32 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
33 band class and perform steps 3 through 6.

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1 3. Trigger the test equipment from the sector even second time reference signal.

2 4. Open a connection and configure the MAC Channel with 14 MAC indices, i.e. the RA
3 Channel and 13 RPC Channels.

4 5. Set the access network to transmit non-null data rates and perform step 6.
5 6. Measure the waveform quality factors rpilot, rMAC, and rdata over the Forward
6 Channel signal after the Forward Traffic Channel packets had begun transmission
7 for at least a slot (Test 1).

8 7. Set the access network to transmit no Forward Traffic Channel packet and perform
9 step 8.
10 8. Measure the waveform quality factors rpilot and rMAC over the Forward Channel
11 signal (Test 2).

12 4.2.2.3 Minimum Standard

13 Test 1:
14 The normalized cross correlation coefficient rpilot shall be greater than 0.97 (excess power <
15 0.13 dB).
16 The normalized cross correlation coefficient rMAC shall be greater than 0.912 (excess power
17 < 0.4 dB).
18 The normalized cross correlation coefficient rdata shall be greater than 0.97 (excess power <
19 0.13 dB) for all data rates.

20 Access networks supporting data rate of 3.072 Mbps shall meet one of the following
21 requirements for rdata:

22 1. If |Df| > 750 kHz, where Df is the frequency difference between the center frequency
23 and the closest band or block edge, the normalized cross correlation coefficient,
24 rdata, shall be greater than 0.985 (excess power < 0.066 dB).

25 2. If |Df| 750 kHz, where Df is the frequency difference between the center frequency
26 and the closest band or block edge4, the normalized cross correlation coefficient,
27 rdata, shall be greater than 0.97 (excess power < 0.13 dB).

28 Test 2:
29 The normalized cross correlation coefficient rpilot shall be greater than 0.954 (excess power
30 < 0.2 dB) and should be greater than 0.97 (excess power < 0.13 dB).
31 The normalized cross correlation coefficient rMAC shall be greater than 0.912 (excess power
32 < 0.4 dB).

4 Currently, the only preferred channel requiring the relaxed 0.97 rho requirement is Channel 777 in

Band Class 0.

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1 4.2.3 MAC Channel

2 4.2.3.1 RPC Channel time Response

3 4.2.3.1.1 Definition
4 The Reverse Power Control Channel test ensures that the power control bits described in [1]
5 have the correct sense, position and delay.

6 4.2.3.1.2 Method of Measurement

7 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-1 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.
8 1. Connect the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in Figure
9 6.5.1-1.
10 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
11 band class and perform steps 3 through 9.
12 3. If the sector supports Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, perform steps 5 to 9.

13 4. If the sector supports Subtype 2 Physical Layer, perform steps to 5 to 9.


14 5. Set the AWGN generators to yield a noise power spectral density of -84 dBm/1.23
15 MHz at each sector RF input port.

16 6. Set up a Test Application session. For Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, open a


17 connection and configure the Test Application RTAP so that the Reverse Data
18 Channel data rate corresponds to 153.6 kbps. For Subtype 2 Physical Layer, open a
19 connection and configure the Test Application RETAP so that the Reverse Data
20 Channel payload size corresponds to 4096 bits with HighCapacity Transmission
21 Mode and TerminationTarget of 16 slots.
22 7. Adjust the access terminal simulator output power until the sector measures
23 approximately 1% PER.
24 8. Start the power control test program in the access terminal simulator as described
25 in 6.4.3. For Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, the access terminal simulator output
26 power shall cycle as shown in Figure 4.2.3.1.2-1 and Figure 4.2.3.1.2-2. For
27 Subtype 2 Physical Layer, the access terminal simulator output power shall cycle as
28 shown in Figure 4.2.3.1.2-3 and Figure 4.2.3.1.2-4.

29 9. Count the occurrences of power up and power down control bits relative to access
30 terminal simulator time reference pulses.

31

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Access Terminal
Simulator
10 dB Output Power

PER~1% 3 dB

slot0 slot1 slot2 slot3 slot4 slot5 time (slots)


1
2

3 Figure 4.2.3.1.2-1 Power Up Command Measurement Interval (Subtype 0 or 1 Physical


4 Layer)
5

PER~1% 3 dB

Access Terminal
10 dB Simulator
Output Power

slot0 slot1 slot2 slot3 slot4 slot5 time (slots)


6

8 Figure 4.2.3.1.2-2 Power Down Command Measurement Interval (Subtype 0 or 1


9 Physical Layer)
10

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Access Terminal
Simulator
10 dB Output Power

PER~1% 3 dB

Subframe Subframe Subframe Subframe Subframe Subframe time


0 1 2 3 4 5 (subframes)
1

2 Figure 4.2.3.1.2-3 Power Up Command Measurement Interval (Subtype 2 Physical


3 Layer)
4

PER~1% 3 dB

Access Terminal
10 dB Simulator
Output Power

Subframe Subframe Subframe Subframe Subframe Subframe time


0 1 2 3 4 5 (subframes)
5

6 Figure 4.2.3.1.2-4 Power Down Command Measurement Interval (Subtype 2 Physical


7 Layer)

8 4.2.3.1.3 Minimum Standard


9 For sectors that support Subtype 0 and 1 Physical Layer:
10 Of all the power control bits transmitted by the sector in the slot labeled as slot 3 in Figure
11 4.2.3.1.2-1, 78% or more shall be power up commands.
12 Of all the power control bits transmitted by the sector in the slot labeled as slot 3 in Figure
13 4.2.3.1.2-2, 88% or more shall be power down commands.

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1 For sectors that support Subtype 2 Physical Layer:


2 Of all the power control bits transmitted by the sector in the subframe labeled as subframe
3 3 in Figure 4.2.3.1.2-3, 78% or more shall be power up commands.
4 Of all the power control buts transmitted by the sector in the subframe labeled as subframe
5 3 in Figure 4.2.3.1.2-4, 88% or more shall be power down commands.

6 4.2.4 Forward Traffic Channel

7 4.2.4.1 Forward Traffic Channel Response to ACK Channel

8 4.2.4.1.1 Definition
9 The Forward Traffic Channel Physical Layer packets can be transmitted in from 1 to 16
10 slots. When more than one slot is allocated, the transmit slots shall use a 4-slot interlacing.
11 That is, the transmit slots of a packet shall be separated by four slots, and slots of other
12 packets shall be transmitted in the slots between those transmit slots.
13 If a positive acknowledgement is received on the reverse link ACK Channel informing that
14 the Physical Layer packet has been received before all of the allocated slots have been
15 transmitted, the remaining untransmitted slots shall not be transmitted and the next
16 allocated slot shall be used for the first slot of the next Physical Layer packet transmission.
17 These tests verify that the sector transmits the slots of the Forward Traffic Channel packets
18 using 4-slot interlacing for those rates whose packets are more than one slot long. In
19 addition, these tests verify that the sector stops the transmission of the slots of the Forward
20 Traffic Channel packet being transmitted upon reception of a positive acknowledgement
21 through the ACK Channel.

22 4.2.4.1.2 Method of Measurement


23 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-1 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.
24 1. Configure the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
25 Figure 6.5.1-1.
26 2. Disable the AWGN generators (set their output powers to zero) so that the forward
27 and reverse link error rates are negligible.
28 3. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
29 band class and perform steps 4 through 5.
30 4. Set up a Test Application session. Open a connection and configure the Test
31 Application FTAP so that the ACK and DRC symbols are transmitted at all slots at a
32 known value. Set all possible combinations of DRC and ACK symbols values.
33 5. Monitor the sector and access terminal simulator transmissions and receptions.

34 4.2.4.1.3 Minimum Standard


35 For all the tests performed:

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1 1. The transmit slots of the Forward Traffic Channel packets shall use a 4-slot
2 interlacing for all the Forward Traffic Channel data rates whose packets are more
3 than one slot long.
4 2. If ACK = '0' is received at the sector, the remaining untransmitted slots of the packet
5 being sent shall not be transmitted and the next allocated slot may be used for the
6 first slot of the next Forward Traffic Channel packet transmission.

7 4.3 RF Output Power Requirements

8 This section contains tests verifying the total power transmission, the gated transmission
9 characteristics and the code domain orthogonality.

10 4.3.1 Total Power

11 4.3.1.1 Definition

12 Within each slot, the Pilot, MAC, and Traffic or Control Channels shall be time-division
13 multiplexed. All time-division multiplexed channels shall be transmitted at equal power.
14 This test measures the time response of the mean output power for non-idle slots and the
15 mean power at the RF output port.

16 4.3.1.2 Method of Measurement

17 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-1 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.
18 1. Configure both the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
19 Figure 6.5.1-1.
20 2. Connect the power measuring equipment to the sector RF output port.
21 3. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
22 band class and perform steps 5 to 6.
23 4. Configure the access network equipment to transmit with a PN offset set to 0.
24 5. Set up a Test Application session. Open a connection and configure the Test
25 Application FTAP so that the Forward Traffic Channel data rate corresponds to the
26 one-slot version of 614.4 kbps. Configure the MAC Channel with 14 MAC indices,
27 i.e. the RA Channel and 13 RPC Channels. Each channel shall take no more than
28 10% of the total power.
29 6. Measure the time response and the mean power of the sector output power averaged
30 over 512 non-idle half slots. The power is measured at the sector's RF output port.

31 4.3.1.3 Minimum Standard

32 Given an ensemble of non-idle half slots, the time response of the ensemble average shall be
33 within the limits shown in Figure 4.3.1.3-1.
34

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Mean output power of the Time response of the


ensemble average ensemble average
(reference line) (non-idle half slot)

2.5 dB

2.5 dB

833.33 ms
(1024 chips)
time
Slot Half Slot
1
boundary boundary
2

3 Figure 4.3.1.3-1 Transmission Envelope Mask (Average non-idle half slot)


4

5 The mean power shall remain +2 dB and 4 dB of the manufacturers rated power for the
6 equipment over the environmental conditions described in Section 5.

7 4.3.2 Pilot/MAC Channel Power

8 4.3.2.1 Definition

9 The Pilot/MAC Channels are transmitted in bursts of 224 chips every half slot. In idle slots
10 (when there is no data to transmit on the Control or Forward Traffic Channels) these bursts
11 are gated in time.

12 This test measures the time response of the mean output power for idle slots (Pilot/MAC
13 bursts).

14 4.3.2.2 Method of Measurement

15 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-1 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

16 1. Configure both the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
17 Figure 6.5.1-1.

18 2. Connect the power measuring equipment to the sector RF output port.

19 3. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
20 band class and perform steps 4 to 6.

21 4. Configure the access network equipment to transmit with a PN offset set to 0.

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1 5. Configure the MAC Channel with 14 MAC indices, i.e. the RA Channel and 13 RPC
2 Channels. Each channel shall take no more than 10% of the total power.

3 6. Measure the time response of the sector output power averaged over 512 idle half
4 slots. The power is measured at the sector's RF output port.

5 4.3.2.3 Minimum Standard

6 Given an ensemble of idle half slots, the time response of the ensemble average should be
7 within the limits shown in Figure 4.3.2.3-1.

8 The reference line in Figure 4.3.2.3-1 for the mean output power of the Pilot/MAC burst
9 ensemble average shall be set to the value obtained in 4.3.1.3 for the reference line of the
10 mean output power of the non-idle slots ensemble average.

11

Mean output power of the Pilot/MAC Time response of the


burst ensemble average ensemble average
(reference line) (non-idle half slot)

2.5 dB
5 dB

7 dB
7 ms

180.66 ms
(222 chips)

833.33 ms
(1024 chips)
time
Slot Half Slot
boundary boundary
12
13

14 Figure 4.3.2.3-1 Transmission Envelope Mask (Average idle half slot)

15 4.3.3 Code Domain Power

16 Code domain power is the power in each code channel of a CDMA Channel. The time
17 reference used in the code domain power test is derived from the Forward Channel and is
18 used as the reference for demodulation of all other code channels. The tests are performed
19 with a single carrier and single sector active only.

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1 4.3.3.1 Code Domain Power of MAC Channel

2 4.3.3.1.1 Definition

3 The MAC Channel is composed of up to 60 orthogonal code channels in Subtypes 0 and 1


4 Physical Layer and up to 116 orthogonal code channels in Subtype 2 Physical Layer. This
5 test verifies that orthogonality is maintained between these code channels.

6 4.3.3.1.2 Method of Measurement

7 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-6 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

8 1. Configure both the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
9 Figure 6.5.1-6.

10 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
11 band class and perform steps 3 to 7.

12 3. If the sector supports Subtype 0 or 1 Physical Layer, perform steps 5 to 7 in Subtype


13 0 Physical Layer.

14 4. If the sector supports Subtype 2 Physical Layer, perform steps 5 to 7 in Subtype 2


15 Physical Layer.

16 5. Configure the MAC Channel with 14 MAC indices, i.e. the RA Channel and 13 RPC
17 Channels. Each channel shall take no more than 10% of the total power.

18 6. Open a connection and set the sector to be transmitting continuously so that one of
19 the Pilot, MAC, Control or Forward Traffic Channels is transmitted on the forward
20 link at all times.
21 7. Measure MAC, real (i) and MAC, imag (i) for i=0...63 (for Subtype 0 and 1 Physical
22 Layer) or for i=0127 (for Subtype 2 Physical Layer) at the RF output port with a
23 Code Domain Power Analyzer as described in 6.4.2.

24 4.3.3.1.3 Minimum Standard


25 For Subtypes 0 and 1 Physical Layer, the value of MAC, real (i) and MAC, imag (i) for all the
26 inactive channels5 shall be less than 0.0021. Equivalently stated, the code domain power in
27 each inactive channel shall be 27 dB or more below the total MAC power.
28 For Subtype 2 Physical Layer, the value of MAC, real (i) and MAC, imag (i) for all the inactive
29 channels shall be less than 0.0011. Equivalently stated, the code domain power in each
30 inactive channel shall be 29.5 dB or more below the total MAC power.

5 Inactive channels are those CDM channels that are not allowed by [1] and those CDM channels that

are not in use by the sector.

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1 4.3.3.2 Code Domain Power of Forward Traffic and Control Channels

2 4.3.3.2.1 Definition

3 The Control and Forward Traffic Channels are composed of 16 orthogonal code channels.
4 This test verifies that the allocated power for each code channel is within a tolerance range.

5 4.3.3.2.2 Method of Measurement

6 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-6 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

7 1. Configure both the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in
8 Figure 6.5.1-6.

9 2. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
10 band class and perform steps 3 and 4.

11 3. Set up a Test Application session. Open a connection and configure the Test
12 Application FTAP so that the Forward Traffic Channel data rate corresponds to the
13 one-slot version of 614.4 kbps (Test 1).
14 4. Measure Data,real (i) and Data,imag (i) for i=0...15 at the RF output port with a
15 Code Domain Power Analyzer as described in 6.4.2.

16 4.3.3.2.3 Minimum Standard


17 For all the tests, Data,real (i) and Data,imag (i) for i=0...15 values shall be more than
18 0.02785 and less than 0.035.

19 4.4 Limitations on Emissions

20 4.4.1 Conducted Spurious Emissions

21 4.4.1.1 Definition

22 The conducted spurious emissions are emissions at frequencies that are outside the
23 assigned CDMA Channel, measured at the sector RF output port.

24 Conducted spurious emissions are measured for two test conditions:

25 Case 1: Continuous Data Mode (no idle slots)

26 Case 2: Idle Mode (all idle slots, except the Control Channel).

27 Note: Inhibiting Control Channel transmissions is optional for Case 2.

28 4.4.1.2 Method of Measurement

29 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-1 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

30 1. Connect the sector under test and an access terminal simulator as shown in Figure
31 6.5.1-1. The AWGN generators are not applicable in this test.

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1 2. Connect a spectrum analyzer (or other suitable test equipment) to the sector RF
2 output port, using an attenuator or directional coupler if necessary.

3 3. For each band class that the sector supports, configure the sector to operate in that
4 band class and perform steps 4 through 13.

5 Case 1 (Continuous Data Mode):

6 4. Configure the sector to transmit continuous non-idle slots: Set up a Test Application
7 session. Open a connection and configure the Test Application FTAP so that the
8 Forward Traffic Channel data rate 2,457.6 kbps. Configure the MAC Channel with
9 14 active MAC indices, i.e. the RA Channel and 13 RPC Channels.

10 5. The carrier power shall be adjusted to the maximum level as specified by the
11 manufacturer.

12 6. Measure the mean carrier power. Record the value for use in Case 2.

13 7. Measure the spurious emission levels using appropriate resolution bandwidths


14 consistent with the limits given in the tables in 4.4.1.3 with ten or more averages.
15 Averaging of up to 25 sweeps may be used.

16 Case 2 (Idle Mode):

17 8. Configure the sector to transmit a continuous stream of idle slots, except for the
18 Control Channel, which may either be transmitted or inhibited. Configure 14 active
19 MAC indices on the MAC Channel, i.e. the RA Channel and 13 RPC Channels. Set
20 idle-mode gain to the minimum value specified by the manufacturer.

21 9. Set up the measurement equipment so that the following time windows are
22 measured: The active measurement shall be during a window that starts and stops
23 between 5 and 15 s before and after the MAC and Pilot Channel transmissions.

24 10. Measure the mean carrier power of gated transmission during these MAC-Pilot-MAC
25 windows.

26 11. Measure the spurious emissions levels during these MAC-Pilot-MAC windows using
27 appropriate resolution bandwidth at the offset frequencies specified in tables in
28 4.4.1.3.

29 12. For limits specified in dBc: compare the measurements in step 11 with the carrier
30 power measurements in step 10.

31 13. For limits specified in dBm: If the gated power measured in step 10 is lower than the
32 carrier power measured in step 6 by more than 1 dB, add a correction factor equal
33 to the difference of the carrier power levels, to the gated power measurements in
34 steps 10 and 11.

35 Note: Case 2 measurements may be made using a spectrum analyzer with time gated and
36 RMS detection capabilities, by RF/IF triggering on alternate half-slots with delay to the
37 next half-slot.

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1 4.4.1.3 Minimum Standard

2 When transmitting in Band Classes 0, 2, 5, 7, 9 or 10, the spurious emissions shall be less
3 than the limits specified in Table 4.4.1.3-1. When transmitting in Band Classes 1, 4, 6, or 8,
4 the spurious emissions shall be less than the limits specified in Table 4.4.1.3-2. When
5 transmitting in Band Class 11 and 12, the spurious emissions shall be less than the limits
6 specified in Table 4.4.1.3-3. When transmitting in Band Class 3, the spurious emissions
7 shall be less than the limits specified in Table 4.4.1.3-4.

8 When transmitting in Band Class 6, the spurious emissions shall also be less than the
9 limits specified in Table 4.4.1.3-5. When transmitting in Band Class 10, the spurious
10 emissions shall also be less than the limits specified in Table 4.4.1.3-6. When transmitting
11 in Band Class 11 and 12, the spurious emissions shall also be less than the limits specified
12 in Table 4.4.1.3-7.

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1 Table 4.4.1.3-1 Band Classes 0, 2, 5, 7, 9, and 10 Transmitter


2 Spurious Emission Limits

Applies to
For |Df| Within the
Multiple Emission Limit
Range
Carriers
750 kHz to 1.98 MHz No -45 dBc / 30 kHz
1.98 MHz to 4.00 MHz No -60 dBc / 30 kHz
3.25 MHz to 4.00 MHz
Yes -46 dBm / 6.25 kHz
(Band Class 7 only)
-13 dBm / 1 kHz; 9 kHz < f < 150 kHz
> 4.00 MHz -13 dBm / 10 kHz; 150 kHz < f < 30 MHz
Yes
(ITU Category A only) -13 dBm/100 kHz; 30 MHz < f < 1 GHz
-13 dBm / 1 MHz; 1 GHz < f < 5 GHz
-36 dBm / 1 kHz; 9 kHz < f < 150 kHz
> 4.00 MHz -36 dBm / 10 kHz; 150 kHz < f < 30 MHz
Yes
(ITU Category B only)
-30 dBm / 1 MHz; 1 GHz < f < 12.5 GHz
4.00 to 6.40 MHz
Yes -36 dBm / 1 kHz 30 MHz < f < 1 GHz
(ITU Category B only)
6.40 to 16 MHz
Yes -36 dBm / 10 kHz 30 MHz < f < 1 GHz
(ITU Category B only)
> 16 MHz
Yes -36 dBm / 100 kHz 30 MHz < f < 1 GHz
(ITU Category B only)
Note: All frequencies in the measurement bandwidth shall satisfy the restrictions on
|Df| where Df = center frequency - closer measurement edge frequency (f). The
emissions requirements shall apply for all values of Df regardless of whether the
measurement frequency falls inside or outside of the band or block edge. Compliance
with the -46 dBm / 6.25 kHz limit is based on the use of measurement
instrumentation such that the reading taken with any resolution bandwidth setting
should be adjusted to indicate spectral power in a 6.25 kHz segment. For multiple-
carrier testing, Df is defined for positive Df as the center frequency of the highest
carrier - closer measurement edge frequency (f) and for negative Df as the center
frequency of the lowest carrier - closer measurement edge frequency (f).

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1 Table 4.4.1.3-2 Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits

Applies to
For |Df| Within the
Multiple Emission Limit
Range
Carriers
885 kHz to 1.25 MHz No -45 dBc / 30 kHz
More stringent of
1.25 to 1.98 MHz No
-45 dBc / 30 kHz or -9 dBm / 30 kHz
1.25 to 1.45 MHz
Yes -13 dBm / 30 kHz
(Band Class 6 only)
1.45 to 2.25 MHz
Yes -[13 + 17 (Df 1.45 MHz)] dBm / 30 kHz
(Band Class 6 only)
1.98 MHz to 2.25 MHz No -55 dBc / 30 kHz
2.25 MHz to 4.00 MHz Yes -13 dBm / 1 MHz
-13 dBm / 1 kHz; 9 kHz < f < 150 kHz
> 4.00 MHz -13 dBm / 10 kHz; 150 kHz < f < 30 MHz
Yes
(ITU Category A only) -13 dBm/100 kHz; 30 MHz < f < 1 GHz
-13 dBm / 1 MHz; 1 GHz < f < 12.75 GHz
-36 dBm / 1 kHz; 9 kHz < f < 150 kHz
> 4.00 MHz -36 dBm / 10 kHz; 150 kHz < f < 30 MHz
Yes
(ITU Category B only) -36 dBm/100 kHz; 30 MHz < f < 1 GHz

4.00 to 16.0 MHz


Yes -30 dBm / 30 kHz; 1 GHz < f < 12.5 GHz
(ITU Category B only)
16.0 to 19.2 MHz
Yes -30 dBm / 300 kHz; 1 GHz < f < 12.5 GHz
(ITU Category B only)
> 19.2 MHz
Yes -30 dBm / 1 MHz; 1 GHz < f < 12.5 GHz
(ITU Category B only)
Note: All frequencies in the measurement bandwidth shall satisfy the restrictions on
|Df| where Df = center frequency - closer measurement edge frequency (f). The
emissions requirements shall apply for all values of Df regardless of whether the
measurement frequency falls inside or outside of the band or block edge. The 9
dBm requirement is based on CFR 47 Part 24 13 dBm/12.5 kHz specification. For
multiple-carrier testing, Df is defined for positive Df as the center frequency of the
highest carrier - closer measurement edge frequency (f) and for negative Df as the
center frequency of the lowest carrier - closer measurement edge frequency (f).

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1 Table 4.4.1.3-3 Band Class 11 and 12 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits

Applies to
For |Df| Within the
Multiple Emission Limit
Range
Carriers

750 to 885 KHz No -45-15(|Df|-750)/135 dBc in 30 kHz


885 to 1125 KHz No -60-5(|Df|-885)/240 dBc in 30 kHz
1.125 to 1.98 MHz No -65 dBc / 30kHz
1.98 to 4.00 MHz No -75 dBc / 30kHz
-36 dBm / 1 kHz; 9 kHz < f < 150 kHz
> 4.00 MHz Yes -36 dBm / 10 kHz; 150 kHz < f < 30 MHz
-30 dBm / 1 MHz; 1 GHz < f < 12.5 GHz
4.00 to 6.40 MHz
Yes -36 dBm / 1 kHz 30 MHz < f < 1 GHz
(ITU Category B only)
6.40 to 16 MHz
Yes -36 dBm / 10 kHz 30 MHz < f < 1 GHz
(ITU Category B only)
> 16 MHz
Yes -36 dBm / 100 kHz 30 MHz < f < 1 GHz
(ITU Category B only)

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1 Table 4.4.1.3-4 Band Class 3 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits

Measurement Applies to For |Df| Emission Limit


Frequency Multiple Within the
Carriers Range

> 832 MHz and 750 kHz and


No -45 dBc / 30 kHz
834 MHz, < 1.98 MHz

> 838 MHz and 25 mW (-16 dBm) / 100 kHz; Pout 30 dBm
846 MHz, -60 dBc / 100 kHz; 30dBm < Pout 47
No 1.98 MHz dBm
> 860 MHz and
Less stringent of 50 mW (-13 dBm) / 100
895 MHz
kHz or -70 dBc / 100 kHz; Pout > 47 dBm
25 mW (-16 dBm) / 30 kHz; Pout 30 dBm
> 810 MHz and
860 MHz, No < 1.98 MHz More stringent of -60 dBc / 30 kHz
except and 25 mW (-16 dBm) / 30 kHz; Pout > 30
dBm
> 832 MHz and
834 MHz, 25 mW (-16 dBm) / 100 kHz; Pout 30 dBm

> 838 MHz and No 1.98 MHz More stringent of -60 dBc / 100 kHz
846 MHz and 25 mW (-16 dBm) / 100 kHz; Pout > 30
dBm
-16 dBm/1 MHz; Pout 44 dBm
810 MHz
-60 dBc / 1 MHz; 44 dBm < Pout 47 dBm
and Yes N/A
Less stringent of -13 dBm / 1 MHz
> 895 MHz
or -70 dBc / 1 MHz; Pout > 47 dBm

Note: All frequencies in the measurement bandwidth shall satisfy the restrictions on |Df|
where Df = center frequency closer measurement edge frequency (f). The emissions
requirements shall apply for all values of Df regardless of whether the measurement
frequenchy falls inside or outside of the band or block edge. For multiple-carrier testing, Df is
defined for positive Df as the center frequency of the highest carrier closer measurement
edge frequency (f) and for negative Df as the center frequency of the lowest carrier closer
measurement edge frequency (f). The upper and lower limits of the frequency measurement
are currently 10 MHz and 3 GHz in Japan radio measurement documents.

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1 Table 4.4.1.3-5 Additional Band Class 6 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits

When
Applies to
Measurement Coverage
Multiple Emission Limit
Frequency Overlaps
Carriers
With
1884.5 to 1919.6
No -41 dBm / 300 kHz PHS
MHz
-98 dBm / 100 kHz (co-located only)
876 to 915 MHz No GSM 900
-61 dBm / 100 kHz (non-colocated)
921 to 960 MHz Yes -57 dBm / 100 kHz GSM 900
1710 to 1785 -98 dBm / 100 kHz (co-located only)
No DCS 1800
MHz -61 dBm / 100 kHz (non-colocated)
1805 to 1880
Yes -47 dBm / 100 kHz DCS 1800
MHz
1900 to 1920
MHz and - 86dBm / 1 MHz (co-located only)
No UTRA-TDD
2010 to 2025
MHz
1900 to 1920 52 dBm / 1 MHz UTRA-TDD
MHz and
Yes
2010 to 2025
MHz

1920 to 1980
No - 86dBm / 1 MHz Always
MHz

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1 Table 4.4.1.3-6 Additional Band Class 10 Transmitter Spurious Emission Limits for
2 North American Operation

Measurement
Emission Limit
Frequency

854.75 to 861 MHz -40 dBm / 30 kHz


866 to 869 MHz -40 dBm / 30 kHz
The Band Class 10 spurious emissions limit is designed to allow marginal
co-existence with North American PMRS 800 MHz Public Safety services
and is far tighter than the CFR 47 Part 90.691(a)(2) requirement.
3

4 Table 4.4.1.3-7 Additional Band Class 11 and 12 Transmitter Spurious Emission


5 Limits

Applies to
For |Df| Within the
Multiple Emission Limit
Range
Carriers
4.00 to 6.00 MHz Yes -36 dBm / 100kHz
> 6.00 MHz Yes -45 dBm / 100kHz
The emission limits for Band Class 11 and 12 (European PAMR bands) are designed to
allow co-existence with incumbent services in Europe and are tighter than ITU Category
B requirements.
6

7 Current region-specific radio regulation rules shall also apply.

8 4.4.2 Radiated Spurious Emissions

9 Current region-specific radio regulation rules shall apply.

10 For example, a Band Class 7 sector operating under US regional requirements shall limit
11 radiated spurious emissions to less than 70 dBW/MHz EIRP in the GPS band from 1559 to
12 1610 MHz.

13 4.4.3 Inter-Sector Transmitter Intermodulation

14 4.4.3.1 Definition

15 The inter-sector transmitter intermodulation occurs when an external signal source is


16 introduced to the antenna connector of the sector. This test verifies that conducted
17 spurious emissions are still met with the presence of the interfering source.

18 Inter-sector transmitter intermodulation is measured for all combinations of idle and non-
19 idle slots in one sector and the other. Case 1 measures the spurious emissions level having
20 both sectors transmitting idle slots. Case 2 measures the spurious emissions level having

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1 the sector under test transmitting non-idle slots and the other sector transmitting idle slots.
2 Case 3 measures the spurious emissions level having the sector under test transmitting idle
3 slots and the other sector transmitting non-idle slots. Finally, case 4 measures the spurious
4 emissions level having both sectors transmitting non-idle slots.

5 4.4.3.2 Method of Measurement

6 Refer to Figure 6.5.1-8 for a functional block diagram of the test setup.

7 1. Connect the two sectors under test and two access terminal simulators as shown in
8 Figure 6.5.1-8. Configure the setup so that Sector 2 total power is 30 dB less than
9 the power of Sector 1 with offsets of +1.25 MHz and 1.25 MHz between the center
10 of the CDMA center frequencies.

11 2. Connect a spectrum analyzer (or other suitable test equipment) to the Sector 1 RF
12 output port, using an attenuator or directional coupler if necessary.

13 3. For each band class that the sectors support, configure the sectors to operate in
14 that band class and perform steps 4 through 19.

15 Case 1:

16 4. Set Sector 1 to transmit Pilot, MAC and Control Channels (no connection is needed
17 to allow having more idle slots).

18 5. Set Sector 2 to transmit Pilot, MAC and Control Channels (no connection is needed
19 to allow having more idle slots).

20 6. Measure the mean power level at the carrier frequency.

21 7. Measure the spurious emission levels in the range specified in 4.4.1.

22 Case 2:

23 8. Open a connection between Sector 1 and access terminal simulator 1. Set access
24 terminal simulator 1 to request non-null data rates for the duration of the test.

25 9. Set Sector 2 to transmit Pilot, MAC and Control Channels (no connection is needed
26 to allow having more idle slots).

27 10. Measure the mean power level at the carrier frequency.

28 11. Measure the spurious emission levels in the range specified in 4.4.1.

29 Case 3:

30 12. Set Sector 1 to transmit Pilot, MAC and Control Channels (no connection is needed
31 to allow having more idle slots).

32 13. Open a connection between Sector 2 and access terminal simulator 2. Set access
33 terminal simulator 2 to request non-null data rates for the duration of the test.

34 14. Measure the mean power level at the carrier frequency.

35 15. Measure the spurious emission levels in the range specified in 4.4.1.

36 Case 4:

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1 16. Open a connection between Sector 1 and access terminal simulator 1. Set access
2 terminal simulator 1 to request non-null data rates for the duration of the test.

3 17. Open a connection between Sector 2 and access terminal simulator 2. Set access
4 terminal simulator 2 to request non-null data rates for the duration of the test.

5 18. Measure the mean power level at the carrier frequency.

6 19. Measure the spurious emission levels in the range specified in 4.4.1.

7 4.4.3.3 Minimum Standard

8 The sector shall meet the conducted spurious emission requirements in 4.4.1.

9 4.4.4 Occupied Bandwidth

10 This test applies to Band Classes 3 and 6 only.

11 4.4.4.1 Definition

12 The occupied bandwidth is defined as the frequency range, whereby the power of emissions
13 averaged over the frequency above and under the edge frequency are 0.5% each of the total
14 radiation power of a modulated carrier.

15 4.4.4.2 Method of Measurement

16 1. Connect the spectrum analyzer (or other suitable test equipment) to the sector RF
17 output port using an attenuator.

18 2. Set the sector to transmit non-idle slots. Total power at the RF output port shall be
19 the normal power as specified by the manufacturer.

20 3. Set the resolution bandwidth of the spectrum analyzer to 30 kHz. The value of the
21 occupied bandwidth is calculated by an external or internal computer by summing
22 all samples stored as total power.

23 4.4.4.3 Minimum Standard

24 The occupied bandwidth shall not exceed 1.48MHz.

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1 5 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

2 5.1 Temperature and Power Supply Voltage

3 5.1.1 Definition

4 The temperature and voltage ranges denote the ranges of ambient temperature and power
5 supply input voltages over which the access network will operate and meet the
6 requirements of this Standard. The ambient temperature is the average temperature of the
7 air surrounding the access network equipment. The power supply voltage is the voltage
8 applied at the input terminals of the access network equipment. The manufacturer is to
9 specify the temperature range and the power supply voltage over which the equipment is to
10 operate.

11 5.1.2 Method of Measurement

12 The access network equipment shall be installed in its normal configuration (i.e., in its
13 normal cabinet or rack mounting arrangement with all normally supplied covers installed)
14 and placed in a temperature chamber. Optionally, the equipment containing the frequency
15 determining element(s) may be placed in the temperature chamber if the frequency stability
16 is to be maintained over a different temperature from that specified for the rest of the
17 access network equipment.

18 The temperature chamber shall be stabilized at the manufacturer's highest specified


19 operating temperature and then shall be operated in accordance with the standard duty
20 cycle test conditions specified in Section 6, and over the power supply input voltage range
21 specified by the manufacturer. With the access network equipment operating, the
22 temperature is to be maintained at the specified test temperature without forced circulation
23 of air from the temperature chamber being directly applied to the access network
24 equipment.

25 During the entire duty cycle, the transmitter frequency accuracy, timing reference, output
26 power, and waveform quality shall be measured as specified in Section 4.

27 Turn the access network equipment off, stabilize the equipment in the chamber at room
28 temperature, and repeat the above measurements after a 15-minute standby warm up
29 period.

30 Turn the access network equipment off, stabilize the equipment in the chamber at the
31 coldest operating temperature specified by the manufacturer, and repeat the above
32 measurements above after a 15-minute standby warm up period.

33 For transmitter frequency stability measurements, the above procedure shall be repeated
34 every 10C over the operating temperature range specified by the manufacturer. The
35 equipment shall be allowed to stabilize at each step before a frequency measurement is
36 made.

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1 5.1.3 Minimum Standard

2 Over the ambient temperature and power supply ranges specified by the manufacturer, the
3 operation of the access network equipment shall conform to the limits shown in Table
4 5.1.3-1.

6 Table 5.1.3-1 Environmental Test Limits

Parameter Limit Reference


Frequency Tolerance 0.05 ppm 4.1.2
Time Reference 10 ms 4.2.1.1
Waveform Quality r > 0.97 See 4.2.2
RF Power Output Variation 1.5 dB 4.3.1

8 5.2 High Humidity

9 5.2.1 Definition

10 The term "high humidity" denotes the relative humidity at which the access network will
11 operate with no more than a specified amount of degradation in performance.

12 5.2.2 Method of Measurement

13 The access network equipment, after having been adjusted for normal operation under
14 standard test conditions, shall be placed, inoperative, in a humidity chamber with the
15 humidity maintained at 0.024 g H20/g Dry Air at 50 C (40% relative humidity) for a period
16 of not less than eight hours. While in the chamber and at the end of this period, the access
17 network transmitting equipment shall be tested for frequency accuracy, timing reference,
18 output power, and waveform quality. No readjustment of the access network equipment
19 shall be allowed during this test.

20 5.2.3 Minimum Standard

21 Under the above humidity conditions, the operation of the access network equipment shall
22 conform to the limits specified in Table 5.1.3-1.

23 5.3 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions

24 5.3.1 Definition

25 The AC power line conducted emissions tests shall be performed on all equipment that
26 directly connects to the public utility power line. For equipment that receives power from a
27 device that is directly connected to the public utility power line (such as a DC power supply),
28 the conducted emissions tests shall be performed on the power supply device, with the
29 equipment under test connected, to insure that the supply continues to meet the current

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1 emissions standards. AC power line conducted emissions tests are not required for
2 equipment that contains an internal power source or battery supply with no means for
3 connection to the public utility power line.

4 5.3.2 Method of Measurement

5 The conducted measurement procedures described in 4.4.1 shall be used for measuring
6 conducted spurious emissions.

7 5.3.3 Minimum Standard

8 The radio frequency voltage, as measured in 0, shall not exceed 1 mV for frequencies
9 between 450 and 1705 kHz and shall not exceed 3 mV for frequencies between 1.705 and
10 30 MHz.

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1 6 STANDARD TEST CONDITIONS

2 6.1 Standard Equipment

3 6.1.1 Basic Equipment

4 The equipment shall be assembled and any necessary adjustments shall be made in
5 accordance with the manufacturer's instructions for the mode of operation required.
6 When alternative modes are available, the equipment shall be assembled and adjusted
7 in accordance with the relevant instructions. A complete series of measurements shall
8 be made for each mode of operation.

9 6.1.2 Associated Equipment

10 The access network equipment may include associated equipment during tests if the
11 associated equipment is normally used in the operation of the equipment under test.
12 This would include power supplies, cabinets, antenna couplers, and receiver multi-
13 couplers.

14 6.2 Standard Environmental Test Conditions

15 Measurements under standard atmospheric conditions shall be carried out under any
16 combination of the following conditions:

17 Temperature: +15 C to +35 C

18 Relative Humidity: 45% to 75%

19 Air Pressure: 86,000 to 106,000 Pa (860 to 1060 mbar)

20 If desired, the results of the measurements can be corrected by calculation to the


21 standard reference temperature of 25 C and the standard reference air pressure of
22 101,300 Pa (1013 mbar).

23 6.3 Standard Conditions for the Primary Power Supply

24 6.3.1 General

25 The standard test voltages shall be those specified by the manufacturer as minimum,
26 normal, and maximum operating values. The voltage shall not deviate from the stated
27 values by more than 2% during a series of measurements carried out as part of one
28 test on the same equipment.

29 6.3.2 Standard DC Test Voltage from Accumulator Batteries

30 The standard (or nominal) DC test voltage battery specified by the manufacturer shall
31 be equal to the standard test voltage of the type of accumulator to be used multiplied
32 by the number of cells minus an average DC power cable loss value that the
33 manufacturer determines as being typical (or applicable) for a given installation. Since
34 accumulator batteries may or may not be under charge and, in fact, may be in a state
35 of discharge when the equipment is being operated, the manufacturer shall also test

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1 the equipment at anticipated voltage extremes above and below the standard voltage.
2 The test voltages shall not deviate from the stated values by more than 2% (nominal
3 float voltage) during a series of measurements carried out as part of one test on the
4 same equipment.

5 6.3.3 Standard AC Voltage and Frequency

6 For equipment that operates from the AC mains, the standard AC test voltage shall be
7 equal to the nominal voltage specified by the manufacturer. If the equipment is
8 provided with different input taps, the one designated nominal shall be used. The
9 standard test frequency and the test voltage shall not deviate from their nominal
10 values by more than 2%.

11 The equipment shall operate without degradation with input voltage variations of up
12 to 10% and shall maintain its specified transmitter frequency stability for input
13 voltage variations of up to 15%. The frequency range over which the equipment is to
14 operate shall be specified by the manufacturer.

15 6.4 Standard Test Equipment

16 6.4.1 Channel Simulator

17 The channel simulator shall support the following channel model parameters:

18 All paths are independently faded.

19 The fading is Rayleigh. The probability distribution function of power, F(P), is


1 - e -P/Pave , P > 0
20 F(P) =
0, P 0

21 where P is the signal power level in Watts and Pave is the mean power level in
22 Watts.

23 The level crossing rate, L(P) is

2pP / P -P / Pave
, P > 0
L(P) = ave fd e
24
0, P 0

25 where fd is the Doppler frequency offset associated with the simulated vehicle
26 speed given by

v
27 fd = fc
c
28 fc is the carrier frequency, v is the vehicle speed, and c is the speed of light in
29 a vacuum.

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1 The power spectral density, S(f), is (in units of (Watts/Hz)

1
, fc - fd f fc + fd
2
f - fc
2 S(f) = 1 -
f
d

0, otherwise

3 The autocorrelation coefficient of the unwrapped phase6, r(t), is


2
3 1 3 [J0 (2pfd t )]2n
4 r(t ) =
2p
sin -1[J0 (2pfd t )]+ 6 sin -1[J0 (2pfd t )] -
2p

4p2 n =1 n2

5 where J0( ) is a zero-order Bessel function of the first kind.

6 This autocorrelation coefficient is shown in Figure 6.4.1-1.

1.2

1.0

0.8

0.6
r(t)

0.4

0.2

0.0
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3

-0.2
Lag t in units of 1 / Doppler Frequency
8

9 Figure 6.4.1-1 Autocorrelation Coefficient of the Phase


10

6 The term unwrapped refers to the continuous nature of the phase, that is, with no
discontinuities of 2p.

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1 The following standard conditions and tolerances on the channel model parameters
2 shall be supported by the channel simulator:

3 Vehicle Speed, v, as shown in Table 6.4.1-1.

4 The tolerance on Doppler shall be 5%.

5 Power distribution function, F(P)

6 1. The tolerance shall be within 1 dB of calculated, for power levels from 10


7 dB above to 20 dB below the mean power level.

8 2. The tolerance shall be within 5 dB of calculated, for power levels from 20


9 dB below to 30 dB below the mean power level.

10 Level crossing rate, L(P)

11 The tolerance shall be within 10% of calculated, for power levels from 3
12 dB above to 30 dB below the mean power level.
13 Measured power spectral density, S(f), around the carrier, f
c
14 1. At frequency offsets |f-fc|=fd, the maximum power spectral density S(f)
15 shall exceed S(fc) by at least 6 dB.

16 2. For frequency offsets |f-fc|>2fd, the maximum power spectral density S(f)
17 shall be less than S(fc) by at least 30 dB.

18 Simulated Doppler frequency, fd, shall be computed from the measured S(f) as
1/2
2 (f - f )2 S(f )df
19 fd =
c


S(f)df

20 Measured autocorrelation coefficient of the unwrapped phase, r(t)


21 1. At a lag of 0.05/fd shall be 0.8 0.1.

22 2. At a lag of 0.15/fd shall be 0.5 0.1.

23

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1 Table 6.4.1-1 Standard Channel Simulator Configurations

Channel Simulator Configuration

Parameters 1 2 3 4 5

Vehicle Speed Band Classes 0, 2,


8 3 30 100 0
[km/h] 3, 7, 9, 10, and 12
Band Classes 1, 4,
8 3 30 100 0
6, and 8
Band Classes 5 and
15 6 58 192 0
11
Number of Paths 2 1 1 3 2
Path 2 Power (Relative to Path 1) [dB] 0 N/A N/A 0 0
Path 3 Power (Relative to Path 1) [dB] N/A N/A N/A -3 N/A
Delay from Path 1 to Input [s] 0 0 0 0 0
Delay from Path 2 to Input [s] 2 N/A N/A 2 2
Delay from Path 3 to Input [s] N/A N/A N/A 14.5 N/A

3 6.4.2 Waveform Quality Measurement Equipment

4 6.4.2.1 Rho Meter

5 Equipment capable of performing waveform cross-correlation shall be used for the


6 measurement of the forward link frequency tolerance, pilot time tolerance, and
7 waveform compatibility.

8 The Forward Channel consists of time-multiplexing the Pilot Channel, the MAC
9 Channel, and the Forward Traffic or Control Channels.

10 Measurements of forward link frequency tolerance, pilot time tolerance, and waveform
11 compatibility shall be done by utilizing the overall Forward Channel. In addition,
12 another measurement of waveform compatibility shall be done by utilizing the Pilot
13 Channel only.

14 Various equipment implementations are possible. The equipment used shall provide
15 results equivalent to those produced by equipment that use the following algorithms:

16 The ideal transmitter signal is given as


17 s(t ) = R i (t)e jw t c

i(t )

18 where
19 wc is the nominal carrier frequency of the signal,

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1 i(t) is the index of the code channels summation and is time dependent as
2 the number of code channels varies with time (e.g. 16 code channels in
3 the data portion, 1 code channel in the pilot portion and 64 code channels
4 in the MAC portion) over the Forward Channel structure
5 Ri(t) is the complex envelope of the ideal ith code channel, given as

6 R i (t ) = a i g (t - kT c )e jf i,k

7 where
8 a i, k is the amplitude of the kth chip for ith code channel, occurring at
9 discrete time tk = kTc,

10 fi,k is the phase of the kth chip for the ith code channel, occurring at
11 discrete time tk = kTc,

12 Tc is the chip duration, and

13 g(t) is the unit impulse response of the cascaded transmit filter and phase
14 equalizer described in [1].

15 Modulation accuracy is the ability of the transmitter to generate the ideal signal s(t).

16 The actual transmitter signal is given by


17 x(t ) = b i [R i (t + ti )+ E(t + ti )] e j[(w c + Dw )(t + ti )+ q0 ]

i(t )

18 where
19 bi is the amplitude of the actual signal relative to the ideal signal for the
20 ith code channel,

21 ti is the time offset of the actual signal relative to the ideal signal for the
22 ith code channel,

23 Dw is the radian frequency offset of the carrier,


24 q0 is the phase offset of the actual carrier relative to the ideal, in-phase
25 carrier, and
26 Ei(t) is the complex envelope of the error (deviation from ideal) of the
27 actual transmit signal for the ith code channel.

28 Estimates of the radian frequency offset, Dw = 2pDf , the time offset, 0 , and the phase
29 offset, 0 , of the Forward Channel shall be obtained to the accuracy specified below.
30 These estimates, , 0 , and 0 , shall be used to compensate x(t) by introducing a
31 time correction and a complex multiplicative factor to produce y(t), a compensated
32 version of x(t):

33
[

y(t ) = x (t - t0 ) e - j Dw t + q0 ]

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Dw
1 The radian frequency offset Dw is converted to hertz frequency offset by Df = . The
2p
2 compensated signal, y(t), is down converted to baseband, de-scrambled, and shall be
3 passed through a complementary filter to remove the inter-symbol interference (ISI)
4 introduced by the transmit filter and by the transmit phase equalizer to yield an
5 output z(t). The overall impulse response of the filter chain resulting from cascading
6 the complementary filter with the ideal transmit filter and equalizer shall
7 approximately satisfy Nyquists criterion for zero ISI. The Nyquist criterion shall be
8 approximated by filter null levels at least 50 dB below the on-time response at the
9 appropriate sample times. The noise bandwidth of the complementary low-pass filter
10 shall be less than 625 kHz.

11 The idealized output of the complementary filter is


~
12 r(t )= R i ()
t
i(t )

13 where

14 % (t )= a e jfi,k
R i k i, k

15 The discrete versions of z(t) and r(t) are:


16 z[k] = z(t k )

17 r[k] = r(t k )

18 where z(t) and r(t) are sampled at the ideal sampling points.

19 Modulation accuracy is measured by determining the fraction of power in the actual


20 filter output z[k] that correlates with r[k] when the transmitter is modulated by the
21 Pilot Channel, the MAC Channel and the Forward Traffic or Control Channel.
22 The following waveform quality factors are defined: rpilot, rMAC, and rdata:

23

24 By defining the following functions:


1 if 465 (k mod 1024) 560
25 g pilot [k ] =
0 elsewhere

26 where (k mod 1024) = 1 occurs at the first chip of every half slot.
z [k ] = z[k ] g pilot [k ]
27
r[k ] = r[k ] g pilot [k ]

28 The following waveform quality factor is defined for the Pilot Channel:
N 1024
2
1024
2


*
Z j, k R j, k R j, k
j =1 k =1 k =1

29 rPilot =
N 1024

2
Z j, k
j =1 k =1

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1 where Z j, k = z [1024( j - 1) + k ] is the kth sample in the jth half slot of the output of the
2 complementary filter multiplied by the function g pilot [k ] , and R j, k = r [1024( j - 1) + k ]
3 is the corresponding sample of the ideal output of the complementary filter multiplied
4 by the function g pilot [k ] .

5 The value of N for this measurement shall be at least 20.

6 By defining the following functions:

1 if 401 (k mod 1024) 464, and 561 (k mod 1024 ) 624


7 g MAC [k ] =
0 elsewhere
8 where (k mod 1024) = 1 occurs at the first chip of every half slot.
z [k ] = z[k ] g MAC [k]
9
r [k ] = r[k] g MAC [k]

10 The following waveform quality factor is defined for the MAC Channel:
N 1024
2
1024
2
*
Z j,k R j,k R j,k
j =1 k =1 k =1

11 rMAC =
N 1024 2
Z j,k
j =1 k =1

12 where Z j, k = z [1024( j - 1) + k ] is the kth sample in the jth half slot of the output of the
13 complementary filter multiplied by the function g MAC [k ] , and R j, k = r [1024( j - 1) + k ]
14 is the corresponding sample of the ideal output of the complementary filter multiplied
15 by the function g MAC [k ] .

16 The value of N for this measurement shall be at least 20.

17 By defining the following functions:


1 if 1 (k mod 1024) 400 AND slot is active
1
if 625 (k mod 1024 ) 1023 AND slot is active
18 g data [k] =
1 if (k mod 1024) = 0 AND slot is active
0 elsewhere

19 where (k mod 1024) = 1 occurs at the first chip of every half slot
20 and (k mod 1024) = 0 occurs at the last chip of every half slot.
z [k ] = z[k ] g data [k ]
21
r [k ] = r[k] g data [k]

22 The following waveform quality factor is defined for the Data Channel:

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N 1024
2
1024
2
Z j,k R j*, k R j,k
j =1 k =1 k =1

1 rdata =
N 1024 2
Z j, k
j =1 k =1

2 where Z j, k = z [1024( j - 1) + k ] is the kth sample in the jth half slot of the output of the
3 complementary filter multiplied by the function g data [k] , and R j, k = r [1024( j - 1) + k ]
4 is the corresponding sample of the ideal output of the complementary filter multiplied
5 by the function g data [k] .

6 The value of N for this measurement shall be at least 20.

7 The accuracy of the waveform quality measurement equipment shall be as shown in


8 Table 6.4.2.1-1.

10 Table 6.4.2.1-1 Accuracy of Waveform Quality Measurement Equipment

Parameter Symbol Accuracy Requirement

Waveform Quality r 110-3 from 0.97 to 1.0


Frequency Offset (exclusive of test Df 10 Hz
equipment time base errors)
Time Alignment Offset t0 135 ns

11

12 Refer to Figure 6.4.2.2-1 for a functional block diagram of the operations to perform to
13 calculate the waveform quality.

14 6.4.2.2 Code Domain Measurement Equipment

15 See 6.4.2.1 for definition of signal parameters. Code domain measurement equipment
16 estimates Walsh code domain power, rLreal (i) and rLimag (i) , i = 0,1,L ,L - 1 (see below
17 for definition).

18 The Walsh covers are denoted. For example, W04 = [1 1 1 1] , W14 = [1 - 1 1 - 1] ,

19 W24 = [1 1 - 1 - 1] , and W34 = [1 - 1 - 1 1] . The components of WiL are denoted

20 WiL, m , m = 1,2,..., L . Code domain power is defined as the distribution of power,

21 normalized by the total power, of z(tk) on the code-space spanned by WiL ,


22 i = 0,1,..., L - 1 , and is given for the Forward Channel as

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1024
2
N L L
{ }
1 ~
Re Z Lj, k, m WiL, m
L
j =1 k =1 m =1
1 rL
real
(i ) =
N 1024

2
Z j, k
j =1 k =1
2 and
1024
2
N L L
{ }
1 ~
Im Z Lj, k, m WiL, m
L
j =1 k =1 m =1
3 rL
imag
(i ) =
N 1024

2
Z j, k
j =1 k =1

~
4 where Z Lj, k, m = z[1024( j - 1) + L(k - 1) + m] is the mth sample of the kth Walsh interval
5 of the jth half slot, and Z j, k = z[1024( j - 1) + k ] is the kth sample in the jth half slot of
6 the output of the complementary filter. The measured signal is compensated in
7 frequency offset Dw, pilot time alignment offset t0, and pilot phase q0.

8 By defining the following functions:


401 ( k mod 1024) 464
1 if
9 g MAC [k ] = 561 ( k mod 1024) 624
0
elsewhere

10 where (k mod 1024) = 1 occurs at the first chip of every half


11 slot.
12 z [k ] = z[k ] g MAC [k ]

13 The following code domain power rMAC (i) is defined for the MAC Channel in Subtypes
14 0 and 1 Physical Layer:

15

N 64
2 2
1 64
{ {
~ ~
Re Z
W
j,400 + m i,m}
64 + Re Z 64
j,560 + m Wi,m }
j =1 m =1 m =1
64

16 rMAC,real ( i) = ; i = 0,1,...,63
N 1024 2
Z
j,k
j =1 k =1
17 and

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N 64
2 2
1 64
{ {
~ ~

64 }
j,400 + m Wi, m
Im Z + 64 }
j,560 + m Wi, m
Im Z
j =1 m =1 m =1
64
1 rMAC, imag ( i) = ; i = 0,1,...,63
N 1024 2
Z
j, k
j =1 k =1
2

4 and the following code domain power is defined for the MAC Channel in Subtype 2
5 Physical Layer:

N 64
2
1
64
Re Z j,560 + m W128
~ ~
128
Re Z {

W128
j,400 + m i, m }
+ {
i,64 + m


}
j =1 m =1 m =1

6 rMAC, real ( i) = ; i = 0,1,...,12 7
N 1024 2
Z
j, k
j =1 k =1
7

8 and

N 64
2
1
64
{
~ ~
{
Im Z 128}
j,400 + m Wi, m + }128
j,560 + m Wi,64 + m
Im Z
128
j =1 m =1 m =1
9 rMAC, imag (i ) = ; i = 0,1,...,127
N 1024 2
Z
j, k
j =1 k =1
~
10 where Z j,400 + m = z
[1024( j - 1) + 400 + m] is the (400+m)th sample of the jth half slot,
~
11 Z
j,560 + m = z [1024( j - 1) + 560 + m] is the (560+m)th sample of the jth half slot and
12 Z
j, k = z
[1024( j - 1) + k ] is the kth sample in the jth half slot of the output of the
13 complementary filter multiplied by the function g MAC [k ] .

14 The value of N for the measurement of rMAC, real (i) and rMAC, imag (i ) shall be at least
15 16. The first sample, z(t1), occurs at the first chip of a half slot and the final sample,
16 z(t1024N), occurs at the last chip of a half slot.

17 By defining the following functions:


0 ( k - 1 mod 2048) 399

1 if 624 ( k - 1 mod 2048) 1423
18 g data [k] = 1648 (k - 1 mod 2048) 2047

0
elsewhere

19 where (k mod 1024) = 1 occurs at the first chip of every half slot.
20 z [k ] = z[k ] g data [k ]

21 The following Code domain power rData (i) is defined for the Forward Traffic and
22 Control Channel:

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2
N 64 16
{ }
1 ~ 16
Re Z W16
16 j, k, m i, m
j =1k =1m =1
1 rData, real (i ) = ; i = 0,1,...,15
N 1024

2
Z
j
,k
j =1 k =1
2 and
2
N 64 16
{ }
1 ~ 16
Im Z
Wi16
16 j, k , m , m
j =1k =1m =1
3 rData, imag (i ) = ; i = 0,1,...,15
N 1024

2
Z
j
,k
j =1 k =1

~ 16
4 where Z
j, k, m
= z [1024( j - 1) + 16(k - 1) + m] is the mth sample of the kth Walsh
5 interval of the jth slot, and Z ,k = z
j [1024( j - 1) + k ] is the kth sample in the jth half
6 slot of the output of the complementary filter multiplied by the function g data [k ] .

7 The value of N for this measurement shall be at least 3. For the rData, real (i) and
8 rData, imag (i) measurement, the first sample, z(t1), occurs at the first chip of a half
9 slot and the final sample, z(t1024N), occurs at the last chip of a half slot.

10 The accuracy of the code domain measurement equipment shall be as shown in Table
11 6.4.2.2-1.

12

13 Table 6.4.2.2-1 Accuracy of Code Domain Measurement Equipment


Parameter Symbol Accuracy Requirement

Code domain power coefficients ri 510-4 from 510-4 to 1.0


Frequency Offset (exclusive of test Df 10 Hz
equipment time base errors)

Time Alignment Offset t0 135 ns

14

15 Figure 6.4.2.2-1 shows a functional block diagram of the operations to perform to


16 calculate the waveform quality and the code domain power.

17

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s(t): ideal Down Base Band


Conversion Transformation r[k]

x(t): actual Compensation Down Base Band


Block Conversion Transformation z[k]
y(t)

Optimization
Block

Code Domain
Power Meas.
CDP

Rho Meas.
Rho
1
2

3 Figure 6.4.2.2-1 Block diagram for Waveform Quality and Code Domain Power
4 Coefficients Calculation
5

6 6.4.3 Access Terminal Simulator

7 The access terminal simulator shall be compliant with [1] and [2].

8 It shall be possible to disable reverse link closed loop power control in the access
9 terminal simulator. When closed loop power control is disabled, it shall be possible to
10 set the access terminal simulator transmit power to any fixed level with a resolution of
11 0.1 dB over the full dynamic range.

12 It shall be possible to keep track of the number of access probes transmitted to be


13 able to calculate the Access Probe Failure Rate.

14 The access terminal shall include a power control test program. For Subtypes 0 and 1
15 Physical Layer, the program function is to cycle the transmit power as shown in

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1 Figure 4.2.3.1.2-1 and Figure 4.2.3.1.2-2. The transitions of output power shall be
2 aligned with the slot boundaries. For Subtype 2 Physical Layer, the program function
3 is to cycle the transmit power as shown in Figure 4.2.3.1.2-3 and Figure 4.2.3.1.2-4.
4 The transitions of output power shall be aligned with the sub-frame boundaries. It
5 shall also provide a timing reference signal aligned to the power cycles and it may
6 provide the value of the power control bits received on the forward link. The duration
7 of the high and low power period shall be at least 6.66 ms (4 slots) (for Subtypes 0
8 and 1 Physical Layer) or at least 26.66 ms (4 sub-frames) (for Subtype 2 Physical
9 Layer).

10 The access terminal simulator shall have an ACLR greater then 72 dB when operating
11 in Band Class 6.

12 6.4.4 AWGN Generator

13 The AWGN generator shall meet the following minimum performance requirements:

14 Minimum Bandwidth: 1.8 MHz

15 Frequency Ranges7:

16 For each band class under test, the AWGN generator must tune over the range
17 of transmit and receive frequencies for that band class.

18 Frequency Resolution: 1 kHz

19 Output Accuracy: 2 dB for outputs -80 dBm

20 Output Settability: 0.1 dB

21 Output Range: -20 to -95 dBm

22 Gain Flatness: 1.0 dB over the minimum bandwidth.

23 The AWGN generators shall be uncorrelated to the ideal transmitter signal and
24 to each other.

25 6.4.5 CW Generator

26 Output Frequency Range: Tunable over applicable range of radio frequencies


27 for band class under test.

28 Frequency Accuracy: 1 ppm.

29 Frequency Resolution: 100 Hz.

30 Output Range: -50 dBm to -10 dBm, and off.

31 Output Accuracy: 1.0 dB.

7 The frequency ranges are based on covering the receive band and frequencies as great as 5

MHz outside the band.

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1 Output Resolution: 0.1 dB.

2 Output Phase Noise at 20 dBm Power:

3 -149 dBc/Hz at a frequency of 1 GHz as measured at a 285 kHz offset (Band


4 Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12).

5 -144 dBc/Hz at a frequency of 2 GHz as measured at a 655 kHz offset (Band


6 Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8).

7 6.4.6 Spectrum Analyzer

8 The spectrum analyzer shall provide the following functionality:

9 General purpose frequency domain measurements.

10 Integrated channel power measurements (power spectral density in 1.23 MHz)

11 The spectrum analyzer shall meet the following minimum performance requirements:

12 Frequency Range: Tunable over applicable range of radio frequencies.

13 Frequency Resolution: 1 kHz.

14 Frequency Accuracy: 0.2 ppm.

15 Displayed Dynamic Range: 70 dB.

16 Display Log Scale Fidelity: 1 dB over the above displayed dynamic range.

17 Amplitude Measurement Range for signals from 10 MHz to either 2.6 GHz for
18 Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11 or 12 or 6 GHz for Band Classes 1, 4, 6,
19 and 8:

20 Power measured in 30 kHz Resolution Bandwidth: -90 to +20 dBm.

21 Integrated 1.23 MHz Channel Power: -70 to +47 dBm.

22 Note: The Standard RF Output Load described in 6.4.8 may be used to


23 meet the high power end of these measurements.

24 Absolute Amplitude Accuracy in the CDMA transmit and receive bands for
25 integrated 1.23 MHz channel power measurements:

26 1 dB over the range of -40 dBm to +20 dBm

27 1.3 dB over the range of -70 dBm to +20 dBm.

28 Relative Flatness: 1.5 dB over frequency range 10 MHz to either 2.6 GHz for
29 Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 or 6 GHz for Band Classes 1, 4, 6,
30 and 8.

31 Resolution Bandwidth Filter: Synchronously tuned or Gaussian (at least 3


32 poles) with 3 dB bandwidth selections of 1 MHz, 300 kHz, 100 kHz, and 30
33 kHz.

34 Post Detection Video Filters: Selectable in decade steps from 100 Hz to at least
35 1 MHz.

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1 Detection Modes: Average detection mode.

2 RF Input Impedance: Nominal 50 ohm

3 6.4.7 Average Power Meter

4 The power meter shall provide the following functionality:

5 Average power measurements.

6 True RMS detection for both sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal signals

7 Absolute power in linear (watt) and logarithmic (dBm) units.

8 Relative (offset) power in dB and % units.

9 Automatic calibration and zeroing.

10 Averaging of multiple readings.

11 The power meter shall meet the following minimum performance requirements:

12 Frequency Range: 10 MHz to either 1 GHz for Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10,


13 11, and 12 or 2 GHz for Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8.

14 Power Range: -70 dBm (100 pW) to +47 dBm (50 W)

15 Different sensors may be required to optimally provide this power range. The
16 RF output load described in 6.4.8 may be used to meet the high power end of
17 these measurements.

18 Absolute and Relative Power Accuracy: 0.2 dB (5%)

19 Excludes sensor and source mismatch (VSWR) errors, zeroing errors


20 (significant at bottom end of sensor range), and power linearity errors
21 (significant at top end of sensor range).

22 Power Measurement Resolution: Selectable 0.1 and 0.01 dB.

23 Sensor VSWR: 1.15:1

24 6.4.8 RF Output Load

25 The sector transmitter output shall be connected through suitable means to the
26 measurement equipment or access terminal simulator. The means shall be non-
27 radiating and capable of continuously dissipating the full transmitter output power.
28 The VSWR seen by the transmitter over the 1.23 MHz band centered at the nominal
29 transmit frequency under test shall be less than 1.1:1.

30 The sector transmitter signal may be terminated and sampled using a dummy load,
31 attenuator, directional coupler, or combination thereof.

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1 6.5 Functional System Setups

2 6.5.1 Functional Block Diagrams

3 Figure 6.5.1-1 through Figure 6.5.1-9 show the test setups used for access network
4 testing. These are functional diagrams only. Actual test setups may differ provided the
5 functionality remains the same.

Load

Sector AT simulator
Under Test Atten. Rx
Power
Tx Meter

Rx (A) Atten. S
Tx
Rx (B) Atten. S

Power AWGN
Meter Generator

AWGN
Generator
7
8

9 Figure 6.5.1-1 Functional Setup for one Access Network AWGN Demodulation
10 Tests and Sensitivity Tests

11

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Load

Sector AT simulator
Under Test Atten. Rx
Power
Tx Meter

Rx (A) Atten. S Chan. Sim.


Tx
Rx (B) Atten. S Chan. Sim.

Power AWGN
Meter Generator

AWGN
Generator
1
2

3 Figure 6.5.1-2 Functional Setup for one Access Network Multipath Fading
4 Demodulation Tests
5

Load

Sector AT simulator
Under Test Atten. Rx
Power
Tx Meter

Rx (A) Atten. S Atten.


Tx
Rx (B) Atten. S Atten.

Power
Meter

CW
Generator
6
7

8 Figure 6.5.1-3 Functional Setup for Access Network Desensitization Tests


9

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Load

Sector AT simulator
Under Test Atten. Rx
Power
Tx Meter

Rx (A) Atten. S Atten.


Tx
Rx (B) Atten. S Atten.

Power CW
Meter Generator

CW
Generator
1
2

3 Figure 6.5.1-4 Functional Setup for Access Network Intermodulation Spurious


4 Response Tests
5

Load

Sector Waveform
Under Test Atten. Analyzer

Tx

Rx (A)

Rx (B)
7
8

9 Figure 6.5.1-5 Functional Setup for Waveform Quality Test

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Load

Sector AT simulator Code Domain


Under Test Atten. Power
Rx Analyzer
Tx

Rx (A) Atten.
Tx
Rx (B) Atten.
1
2

3 Figure 6.5.1-6 Functional Setup for Code Domain Power Test


Load

Atten.

Load

Sector 1
Under Test Atten. AT simulator
Rx
Tx

Rx (A) Atten.

Rx (B) Atten. Tx

Sector 2
Under Test

Tx

Rx (A) Atten.

Rx (B) Atten.
4
5

6 Figure 6.5.1-7 Functional Setup for Two Sectors in Handoff Tests


7

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Spectrum
Analyzer
Sector 2 AT simulator 2
(interferer) Atten. Rx
Power
Tx Meter

Rx (A) Atten. S
Tx
Rx (B) Atten. S

Power AWGN
Meter Generator

AWGN
Generator

Spectrum
Analyzer
Sector 1 AT simulator 1
Under Test Atten. Rx
Power
Tx Meter

Rx (A) Atten. S
Tx
Rx (B) Atten. S

Power AWGN
Meter Generator

AWGN
Generator
1
2

3 Figure 6.5.1-8 Functional Setup for Emissions Tests


4

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Load

Sector AT simulator 1
Under Test Atten. Rx
Power
Tx Meter

Rx (A) Atten. S Atten.


Tx
Rx (B) Atten. S Atten.

Power
Meter

AT simulator 2
(interferer)
1
2

3 Figure 6.5.1-9 Functional Setup for Access Network ACS Tests


4

5 Note: The two-sector functional setups shall be configured so that Sector 1 and Sector
6 2 are in Soft Handoff.

7 6.5.2 General Comments

8 The following comments apply to all tests:

9 1. Access terminals should be configured for normal operation as specified in [1]


10 unless specified differently in a specific test.

11 2. Unless otherwise specified, the Forward Traffic Channel and Control Channel
12 should be operated at a sufficient high Eb/Nt, to ensure insignificant (for
13 example, less than 10-5) packet error rate.

14 3. Overhead messages fields should be those needed for normal operation of the
15 access network unless specified differently in a specific test.

16 4. The default value of the DRCLength parameter shall be '00' (1 slot) for all the
17 tests unless specified differently in a specific test. The DRCLength value is
18 specified in the TrafficChannelAssignment Message.

19 5. By default, the access terminal simulator shall transmit the DRC Channel in
20 the non-gated mode for all the tests unless specified differently in a specific
21 test.

22 6. By default, the ACK Channel shall be transmitted in every slot by the access
23 terminal simulator.

24 7. The sector under test shall have the means to calculate the performance
25 metrics stated in 3.2 and 3.3.

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1 8. To perform 3.3.2, the sector under test shall classify every received DRC
2 symbol as correct, DRC miss or DRC error, regardless the value of the DRC
3 cover. See definition of DRC miss and DRC error in 1.2.1.

4 9. Protocol attribute values should be those needed for normal operation of the
5 access network unless stated differently in a specific test.

6 10. In all the power control tests, the value of RPCStep shall be 1 (1 dB).

7 6.6 Standard Duty Cycle

8 The transmitter shall be capable of operating continuously at full rated power for a
9 period of twenty-four (24) hours. The equipment shall operate with all specified
10 transmitter and receiver performance parameters being met during and after the 24-
11 hour period.

12 6.7 Error Rates Measurement

13 6.7.1 Packet Error Rates Measurement

14 The physical layer of [1] provides Reverse Traffic Channel packets at a multiplicity of
15 rates. Receivers must determine both the transmitted rate of each packet, and its
16 contents. For purposes of this specification, a packet error is defined as either a rate
17 determination error or a content error. Packet error rate is defined for each rate:
# packet errors at rate x
18 PER x =
# packets transmitted at rate x

19 The Test Application RTAP described in [3] provides the means to calculate the PER
20 for the different Reverse Data Channel data rates.

21 6.7.2 DRC Channel Performance Metrics

22 The following performance metrics are defined for the characterization of the DRC
23 Channel demodulation:
# DRC errors
24 DRC Error Rate =
# DRC symbols transmitte d

25 DRC M iss Rate =


(# DRC cover errors + # DRC erasures ) = # DRC misses
# DRC symbols transmitte d # DRC symbols transmitte d
26 The Test Application FTAP provides the means to fix the value of the DRC symbol to a
27 determined value.

28 6.7.3 ACK Channel Performance Metrics

29 The following performance metrics are defined for the characterization of the ACK
30 Channel demodulation:
# symbols decoded as NAK when ACK transmitted
31 P(NAK | ACK ) =
Total # ACK symbols transmitted

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# symbols decoded as ACK when NAK transmitted


1 P(ACK | NAK ) =
Total # NAK symbols transmitted

# symbols not decoded as NAK when NAK transmitted


2 P(no NAK | NAK ) =
Total # NAK symbols transmitted

# symbols not decoded as ACK when ACK transmitted


3 P(no ACK | ACK ) =
Total # ACK symbols transmitted

4 where:

5 P(ACK) is the probability that a positive acknowledgement is transmitted by the


6 access terminal simulator.

7 P(NAK) is the probability that a negative acknowledgement is transmitted by


8 the access terminal simulator.

9 P(NAK|ACK) is the probability that a negative acknowledgement is decided


10 when a positive acknowledgement was actually transmitted by the access
11 terminal simulator.

12 P(ACK|NAK) is the probability that a positive acknowledgement is decided


13 when a negative acknowledgement was actually transmitted by the access
14 terminal simulator.

15 P(no NAK|NAK) is the probability that a negative acknowledgement is not


16 decided when a negative acknowledgement was actually transmitted by the
17 access terminal simulator.

18 P(no ACK|ACK) is the probability that a positive acknowledgement is not


19 decided when a positive acknowledgement was actually transmitted by the
20 access terminal simulator.

21 The Test Application FTAP described in [3] provides the means to fix the value of the
22 ACK symbol to a determined value.

23 6.7.4 DSC Channel Performance Metrics

24 The following performance metrics are defined for the characterization of the DSC
25 demodulation:
# DSC errors
26 DSC Error Rate =
# DSC symbols transmitted

# DSC erasures
27 DSC Miss Rate =
# DSC symbols transmitted

28

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1 6.8 Confidence Limits

2 Some tests in this Standard include confidence limits. The requirement is stated in
3 terms of the confidence level with which the error rate of the equipment under test is
4 known to be below some specified maximum.
5 Error rate confidence testing typically requires Eb/Nt values above expected values.
6 Specific Eb/Nt values have been chosen to allow manufacturers to conduct tests in a
7 timely manner for the specified confidence levels.

8 Any reliable statistical procedure may be used to establish the confidence level. The
9 tests may be either single-sided or two-sided. They also may be either fixed length or
10 variable length. The procedure shall satisfy the following requirements:

11 An established procedure shall be employed. It shall include:

12 - Specification of minimum and maximum test length

13 - Criteria for early termination

14 Objective pass-fail criteria shall be established.

15 Steps to be taken to rerun the test in case of a failure shall be specified.

16 Trial-to-trial correlations of errors, as may occur in error measurements in slow fading


17 scenarios, should be taken into account. In addition to statistical variations in
18 measurements, systematic errors due to test equipment tolerances and calibration
19 should be considered in interpretation of results.

20 An acceptable procedure is as follows. Assume independent Bernoulli trials, where the


21 outcome of each trial is classified as either error or no error. The specification error
22 rate limit is llim and the required confidence level is C.

23 1. Choose a suitable test length in terms of a maximum number of errors, Kmax.


24 The exact value is not critical, but must be large enough to ensure that
25 compliant units pass with very high probability. This probability depends on
26 the design rate ratio l/llim between the design error rate and the specification
27 error rate limit. Values of Kmax in the range of 30-100 should be suitable
28 based on the margins in this Standard.
29 2. Compute Nmax:

c2 (1 - C, 2K max )
30 Nmax =
2 llim

31 where c2(P, n) is the value x such that P(X>x) = P, where X is a chi-squared


32 distributed random variable with n degrees of freedom. Table 6.8-1 Trial Count
33 (N) Thresholds for 95% Confidence gives Nmax versus the actual number of
34 errors (K) for C = 95% and representative llim. Table 6.8-2 Trial Count (N)
35 Thresholds for 90% Confidence gives Nmax versus the actual number of
36 errors(K) for C = 90% and representative llim.

37 3. Carry out trials until one of the following conditions is met:


38 Nmax trials have been carried out

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1 Kmax errors have been made

2 4. Being N the number of trials and K N the number of errors when stopped. If
3 the following condition is true:

c2 (1 - C, 2K N )
4 N >
2 llim

5 then the unit under test has passed; otherwise the unit has failed.

6 5. If the unit fails, repeat steps 2-4 twice more. If the unit passes both individual
7 tests then it passes overall; otherwise the unit has failed.

8 This procedure may be modified to permit early termination. A test may be performed
9 at every trial, or after a block of trials. Steps 3 and 4 are modified as follows:

10 3'. After each trial or block of trials compute the empirical error rate as

11 lN = K N
N
12 where KN is the number of errors up to and including the current (Nth) trial,
13 and the rate ratio lN/llim.

14 4. If after the Nth trial the rate ratio is less than the confidence limit

2K N
15 lN llim <
2
c (1 - C, 2K N + 2)

16 or equivalently

c2 (1 - C, 2K N + 2)
17 N >
2 llim

18 then the unit under test has passed and the testing stops. If the number of
19 trials reaches Nmax then the unit has failed and the testing stops.

20

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llim

K 0.5% 1.0% 5.0% General


0 599 300 60 3.00/llim

1 599 300 60 3.00/llim

2 949 474 95 4.74/llim

3 1259 630 126 6.30/llim

4 1551 775 155 7.75/llim

5 1831 915 183 9.15/llim

6 2103 1051 210 10.51/llim

7 2368 1184 237 11.84/llim

8 2630 1315 263 13.15/llim

9 2887 1443 289 14.43/llim

10 3141 1571 314 15.71/llim

32 8368 4184 837 41.84/llim

64 15540 7770 1554 77.70/llim

128 29432 14716 2943 147.16/llim

256 56575 28287 5657 282.87/llim

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2 Table 6.8-2 Trial Count (N) Thresholds for 90% Confidence

llim

K 10.0% 50.0% General


0 24 5 N/A
1 24 5 2.30/llim

2 39 8 3.89/llim

3 54 11 5.32/llim

4 67 14 6.63/llim

5 80 16 8.00/llim

6 93 19 9.28/llim

7 106 22 10.53/llim

8 118 24 11.77/llim

9 130 26 13.00/llim

10 143 29 14.21/llim

32 395 79 39.43/llim

64 745 149 74.44/llim

128 1427 286 142.70/llim

256 2768 554 276.71/llim

4 In general, the rate ratio form of the test may be used with the curves of Figure 6.8-1.
5 This curve is applicable to any specification error rate.

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0.9

0.8

Measured Rate/Spec Rate


0.7

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2
90% Confidence Limit
0.1 95% Confidence Limit
0
1 10 100 1000
Number of Errors
1

2 Figure 6.8-1 Rate Ratio Bound as a Function of Number of Errors (K) for 90 and
3 95% Confidence
4

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1 ANNEX A SELECTED PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS TABLES

2 This annex is normative.

3 A.1 Demodulation Requirements

4 A.1.1 Access Probe Acquisition

5 These requirements are referenced by 3.2.0

6 A.1.1.1 Method of Measurement

8 Table A.1.1.1-1 Test Parameters for Access Probe Acquisition

Parameter Unit Case 1 Case 2 Case 3

Ior / Ioc (1): -12.7 (1): -13.5


dB -19.4
(per RF port) (2): -13.3 (2): -13.5
Ioc dBm/1.23
-90
(per RF port) MHz
Data E b
(1): 6.70 (1): 6.04
Nt dB 0.14
(2): 6.12 (2): 6.04
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -18.21 (1): -18.84
Io dB -24.73
(2): -18.78 (2): -18.84
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.1.1-2 Test Parameters for Access Probe Acquisition (Cases 4 to 8)


Parameter Unit Case 4 Case 5 Case 6
Ior / Ioc 8 (1): -8.91
dB -16.62 -14.01
(per RF port) (2): -8.84
Ioc dBm/1.23
-90
(per RF port) MHz
Data Rate kbps 19.2 38.4 38.4
Data E b
(1): 5.70
Nt dB 0.61 0.60
(2): 5.78
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -19.62
Io dB -24.29 -24.37
(2): -19.56
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set
in the table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

8 Signal levels in Table A.1.1.1-2 are with respect to the capsule portion of the access probe.

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1 A.1.1.2 Minimum Standard

2 Table A.1.1.2-1 Maximum Access Probe Failure Rate

Data Eb/Nt per RF Maximum Failure


Case #
Input Port (dB) Rate
-0.36 0.3
1 0.14 0.1
0.34 0.05
(1): 5.34
0.3
(2): 4.16
(1): 6.70
2 0.1
(2): 6.12
(1): 7.56
0.05
(2): 6.79
(1): 3.54
0.3
(2): 3.24
(1): 6.04
3 0.1
(2): 6.04
(1): 7.84
0.05
(2): 7.54
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

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1 Table A.1.1.2-2 Maximum Access Probe Failure Rate

Data Eb/Nt per RF Maximum Failure


Case #
Input Port (dB) Rate
0.36 0.3
4 0.61 0.1
0.71 0.05
0.35 0.3
5 0.60 0.1
0.70 0.05
(1): 2.35
0.3
(2): 2.68
(1): 5.70
6 0.1
(2): 5.78
(1): 7.70
0.05
(2): 7.38
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

3 A.1.2 Data Channel Demodulation Performance

4 These requirements are referenced by 3.3.1.

5 A.1.2.1 Method of Measurement

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1 Table A.1.2.1-1 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 1)

Case 1
Parameter Unit
Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5

Ior / Ioc
dB -16.7 -15.4 -13.5 -11 -7
(per RF port)
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
Data Rate kbps 9.6 19.2 38.4 76.8 153.6
Data E b
Nt dB 0.44 0.26 0.18 0.38 1.82
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
Io dB -24.48 -24.68 -24.81 -25.25 -26.50
(per RF port)
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.
2

3 Table A.1.2.1-2 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 2)

Case 2
Parameter Unit
Test 6 Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10

Ior / Ioc
dB -15.8 -14.4 -12.3 -9.6 -5.6
(per RF port)
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
Data Rate kbps 9.6 19.2 38.4 76.8 153.6
Data E b
Nt dB 1.34 1.26 1.38 1.78 3.22
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
Io dB -23.60 -23.71 -23.67 -23.97 -25.37
(per RF port)
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.2.1-5 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Perf (Cases 3 and 4)

Case 3 Case 4
Parameter Unit
Test 11 Test 12 Test 13 Test 14

Ior / Ioc (1): -14.6 (1): -13.2 (1): -13.9 (1): -10.2
dB
(per RF port) (2): -14.2 (2): -12.7 (2): -14.1 (2): -10.3
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
Data Rate kbps 9.6 19.2 9.6 38.4
Data E b
(1): 2.46 (1): 2.36 (1): 3.24 (1): 3.48
Nt dB
(2): 2.86 (2): 2.84 (2): 3.04 (2): 3.38
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -22.43 (1): -22.56 (1): -21.76 (1): -21.71
Io dB
(2): -22.05 (2): -22.08 (2): -21.95 (2): -21.81
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.2.1-6 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Perf (Cases 5 and 6)

Case 5 Case 6
Parameter Unit
Test 15 Test 16 Test 17 Test 18

Ior / I oc (1): -13.8 (1): -7 (1): -15.2 (1): -4.7


dB
(per RF port) (2): -13.5 (2): -6.9 (2): -14.9 (2): -4.2
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
Data Rate kbps 9.6 76.8 9.6 153.6
Data E b
(1): 3.22 (1): 3.86 (1): 1.94 (1): 4.12
Nt dB
(2): 3.52 (2): 3.94 (2): 2.24 (2): 4.62
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -21.66 (1): -21.7 (1): -23.01 (1): -24.68
Io dB
(2): -21.37 (2): -21.62 (2): -22.72 (2): -24.31
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.2.1-7 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 7,
2 part 1)

Case 7
Parameter Unit
Test 19 Test 20 Test 21 Test 22 Test 23 Test 24

Ior / Ioc
dB -15.08 -13.30 -11.03 -9.26 -7.77 -6.20
(per RF port)

Ioc dBm
/1.23 -84
(per RF port)
MHz
Payload size bits 128 256 512 768 1024 1536
Termination
slots 4 4 4 4 4 4
Target
Transmissio
LoLat LoLat LoLat LoLat LoLat LoLat
nMode
Data E b
Nt dB 0.41 0.35 0.29 0.53 0.88 0.82
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
Io dB -24.53 -24.90 -25.33 -25.24 -25.07 -25.38
(per RF port)
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.2.1-8 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 7,
2 part 2)

Case 7
Parameter Unit
Test 25 Test 26 Test 27 Test 28 Test 29 Test 30

Ior / Ioc
dB -4.47 -4.43 -2.80 -1.24 0.78 4.47
(per RF port)
dBm
Ioc /1.2
-84
(per RF port) 3
MHz
Payload size bits 2048 3072 4096 6144 8192 12288
Termination
slots 4 4 4 4 4 4
Target
Transmission
LoLat LoLat LoLat LoLat LoLat LoLat
Mode
Data E b
Nt dB 1.37 -0.62 0.19 -0.35 0.45 2.41
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
Io dB -25.48 -25.46 -25.53 -26.28 -26.72 -28.37
(per RF port)
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.2.1-9 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Cases 7
2 and 8)

Case 7 Case 8
Parameter Unit
Test 31 Test 32

Ior / Ioc
dB -16.74 -15.84
(per RF port)
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
Payload size bits 256 256
Termination
slots 16 16
Target
Transmission
HiCap HiCap
Mode
Data E b
Nt dB 0.17 1.07
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
Io dB -24.74 -23.86
(per RF port)
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in
the table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.2.1-10 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 9)

Case 9
Parameter Unit
Test 33 Test 34 Test 35 Test 36

Ior / Ioc (1): -14.54 (1): -11.87 (1): -7.99 (1): -1.97
dB
(per RF port) (2): -14.34 (2): -11.77 (2): -7.46 (2): -0.69
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
Payload Size bits 256 768 3072 12288
Termination
slots 16 16 16 16
Target
Transmission
HiCap HiCap HiCap HiCap
Mode
Data E b
(1): 2.30 (1): 2.51 (1): 1.15 (1): 0.71
Nt dB
(2): 2.49 (2): 2.61 (2): 1.63 (2): 1.64
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -22.60 (1): -22.67 (1): -23.40 (1): -25.48
Io dB
(2): -22.41 (2): -22.58 (2): -23.01 (2): -24.74
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.2.1-11 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 10)

Case 10
Parameter Unit
Test 37 Test 38 Test 39 Test 40

Ior / Ioc (1): -14.41 (1): -13.39 (1): -8.66 (1): -3.68
dB
(per RF port) (2): -14.59 (2): -13.71 (2): -8.96 (2): -3.91
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
Payload Size bits 128 256 1536 6144
Termination
slots 16 16 16 16
Target
Transmission
HiCap HiCap HiCap HiCap
Mode
Data E b
(1): 3.43 (1): 3.52 (1): 3.59 (1): 3.02
Nt dB
(2): 3.26 (2): 3.20 (2): 3.29 (2): 2.79
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -21.55 (1): -21.49 (1): -21.75 (1): -22.55
Io dB
(2): -21.72 (2): -21.81 (2): -22.02 (2): -22.71
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.2.1-12 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 11)

Case 11
Parameter Unit
Test 41 Test 42 Test 43

Ior / Ioc (1): -14.19 (1): -10.90 (1): -6.87


dB
(per RF port) (2): -14.01 (2): -10.57 (2): -6.27
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
Payload Size bits 256 1024 4096
Termination
slots 16 16 16
Target
Transmission
HiCap HiCap HiCap
Mode
Data E b
(1): 2.62 (1): 2,53 (1): 0.94
Nt dB
(2): 2.79 (2): 2,84 (2): 1.47
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -22.26 (1): -22.64 (1): -23.62
Io dB
(2): -22.09 (2): -22.34 (2): -23.13
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 Table A.1.2.1-13 Test Parameters for Data Channel Demod Performance (Case 12)

Case 12
Parameter Unit
Test 44 Test 45 Test 46 Test 47

Ior / Ioc (1): -14.89 (1): -13.34 (1): -9.14 (1): -3.82
dB
(per RF port) (2): -14.09 (2): -12.59 (2): -8.12 (2): -2.92
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
Payload Size bits 256 512 2048 8192
Termination
slots 16 16 16 16
Target
Transmission
HiCap HiCap HiCap HiCap
Mode
Data E b
(1): 2.02 (1): 2.26 (1): 2.14 (1): 1.72
Nt dB
(2): 2.82 (2): 3.01 (2): 3.17 (2): 2.62
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -22.94 (1): -23.0 (1): -23.40 (1): -24.05
Io dB
(2): -22.17 (2): -22.28 (2): -22.50 (2): -23.44
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The Data Eb/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 A.1.2.2 Minimum Standard

3 Table A.1.2.2-1 Minimum Standards for Data Channel Demodulation Perf (Case 1)

Data Eb/Nt per RF


Rate PER
input port (dB)
0.34 0.03
9.6 kbps 0.44 0.01
0.54 0.005
0.16 0.03
19.2 kbps 0.26 0.01
0.36 0.005
0.08 0.03
38.4 kbps 0.18 0.01
0.28 0.005
0.28 0.03
76.8 kbps 0.38 0.01
0.48 0.005
1.72 0.03
153.6 kbps 1.82 0.01
2.02 0.005

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2 (Case 2)

Data Eb/Nt per RF


Rate PER
input port (dB)
1.04 0.03
9.6 kbps 1.34 0.01
1.64 0.005
0.96 0.03
19.2 kbps 1.26 0.01
1.46 0.005
1.08 0.03
38.4 kbps 1.38 0.01
1.48 0.005
1.38 0.03
76.8 kbps 1.78 0.01
1.88 0.005
2.92 0.03
153.6 kbps 3.22 0.01
3.42 0.005

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1 Table A.1.2.2-3 Minimum Standards for Data Channel Demodulation Performance

Rate Data Eb/Nt per RF


Case PER
(kbps) input port (dB)
(1): 2.07
0.03
(2): 2.46
(1): 2.46
9.6 0.01
(2): 2.86
(1): 2.66
0.005
(2): 3.05
3
(1): 2.06
0.03
(2): 2.45
(1): 2.36
19.2 0.01
(2): 2.84
(1): 2.55
0.005
(2): 3.04
(1): 2.64
0.03
(2): 2.88
(1): 3.24
9.6 0.01
(2): 3.38
(1): 3.64
0.005
(2): 3.68
4
(1): 2.78
0.03
(2): 2.88
(1): 3.48
38.4 0.01
(2): 3.38
(1): 3.98
0.005
(2): 3.68

(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10,11, and 12


(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

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Rate Data Eb/Nt per RF


Case PER
(kbps) input port (dB)
(1): 2.93
0.03
(2): 3.22
(1): 3.22
9.6 0.01
(2): 3.52
(1): 3.52
0.005
(2): 3.71
5
(1): 3.5
0.03
(2): 3.77
(1): 3.86
76.8 0.01
(2): 3.94
(1): 4.03
0.005
(2): 4.03
(1): 1.54
0.03
(2): 1.84
(1): 1.94
9.6 0.01
(2): 2.24
(1): 2.14
0.005
(2): 2.64
6
(1): 3.72
0.03
(2): 4.12
(1): 4.12
153.6 0.01
(2): 4.62
(1): 4.32
0.005
(2): 4.92
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 7, Part 1)

TerminationTarget Data Eb/Nt per RF


Payload (bits) PER
(slots) input port (dB)
0.16 0.03
128 4 0.41 0.01
0.59 0.005
0.10 0.03
256 4 0.35 0.01
0.48 0.005
0.09 0.03
512 4 0.29 0.01
0.49 0.005
0.38 0.03
768 4 0.53 0.01
0.63 0.005
0.68 0.03
1024 4 0.88 0.01
0.98 0.005
0.59 0.03
1536 4 0.82 0.01
0.92 0.005
1.15 0.03
2048 4 1.37 0.01
1.55 0.005
-0.74 0.03
3072 4 -0.62 0.01
-0.54 0.005
-0.36 0.03
4096 4 -0.19 0.01
-0.09 0.005
-0.45 0.03
6144 4 -0.35 0.01
-0.25 0.005

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3 (Case 7, Part 2)

TerminationTarget Data Eb/Nt per RF


Payload (bits) PER
(slots) input port (dB)
0.32 0.03
8192 4 0.45 0.01
0.60 0.005
2.34 0.03
12288 4 2.41 0.01
2.49 0.005
-0.03 0.03
256 16 0.17 0.01
0.27 0.005

5 Table A.1.2.2-7 Minimum Standards for Data Channel Demodulation Performance


6 (Case 8)
TerminationTarget Data Eb/Nt per RF
Payload (bits) PER
(slots) input port (dB)
0.77 0.03
256 16 1.07 0.01
1.27 0.005

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2 (Case 9)
Data Eb/Nt per RF
Payload (bits) PER
input port (dB)
(1): 1.85
0.03
(2): 2.08
(1): 2.30
256 0.01
(2): 2.48
(1): 2.59
0.005
(2): 2.81
(1): 2.03
0.03
(2): 2.22
(1): 2.51
768 0.01
(2): 2.61
(1): 2.75
0.005
(2): 2.83
(1): 0.73
0.03
(2): 1.33
(1): 1.15
3072 0.01
(2): 1.63
(1): 1.43
0.005
(2):1.84
(1): 0.40
0.03
(2): 1.36
(1): 0.71
12288 0.01
(2): 1.64
(1): 0.90
0.005
(2): 1.87
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 10)
Data Eb/Nt per RF
Payload (bits) PER
input port (dB)
(1): 2.73
0.03
(2): 2.63
(1): 3.43
128 0.01
(2): 3.26
(1):3.93
0.005
(2): 3.68
(1): 2.72
0.03
(2): 2.57
(1):3.52
256 0.01
(2): 3.20
(1): 3.92
0.005
(2): 3.62
(1): 2.79
0.03
(2): 2.64
(1): 3.59
1536 0.01
(2): 3.29
(1): 3.99
0.005
(2): 3.69
(1): 2.27
0.03
(2): 2.19
(1): 3.02
6144 0.01
(2): 2.79
(1): 3.52
0.005
(2): 3.17
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 Performance (Cass 11)
Data Eb/Nt per RF
Payload (bits) PER
input port (dB)
(1): 2.23
0.03
(2): 2.40
(1): 2.62
256 0.01
(2): 2.79
(1): 2.86
0.005
(2): 3.10
(1): 2.15
0.03
(2): 2.46
(1): 2.53
1024 0.01
(2): 2.84
(1): 2.72
0.005
(2): 3.15
(1): 0.63
0.03
(2): 1.14
(1): 0.94
4096 0.01
(2): 1.47
(1): 1.08
0.005
(2): 1.64
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 Performance (Cass 12)
Data Eb/Nt per RF
Payload (bits) PER
input port (dB)
(1): 1.42
0.03
(2): 2.20
(1): 2.02
256 0.01
(2): 2.82
(1): 2.42
0.005
(2): 3.25
(1): 1.61
0.03
(2): 2.36
(1): 2.26
512 0.01
(2): 3.01
(1): 2.71
0.005
(2): 3.49
(1): 1.49
0.03
(2): 2.47
(1): 2.14
2048 0.01
(2): 3.17
(1): 2.54
0.005
(2): 3.59
(1): 1.07
0.03
(2): 1,97
(1): 1.72
8192 0.01
(2): 2.62
(1): 2.17
0.005
(2): 3.07
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

4 A.1.3 DRC Channel Demodulation Performance

5 These requirements are referenced by 3.3.2.

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3 Table A.1.3.1-1 Test Parameters for DRC Channel Demod Performance


4 (Case 1, Part 1 of 2)
Case 1
Parameter Unit
Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4

Ior / Ioc (1): -4.6 (1): -7.7 (1): -4.7 (1): -7.8
dB
(per RF port) (2): -7.4 (2): -10.4 (2): -7.4 (2): -10.4
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
DRCLength slots 1 2
DRCChGain dB 3 0
ACKChGain dB 3

DRC Es
(1): 12.78 (1): 9.68 (1): 12.74 (1): 9.64
Nt dB
(2): 12.72 (2): 9.71 (2): 12.75 (2): 9.74
(per RF port)

Pilot E c
(1): -24.63 (1): -27.12 (1): -24.65 (1): -27.15
Io dB
(2): -24.13 (2): -26.79 (2): -24.11 (2): -26.77
(per RF port)

(1): Subtype 0 Physical Layer (2): Subtype 2 Physical Layer

Note: The DRC Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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2 (Case 1, Part 2 of 2)
Case 1
Parameter Unit
Test 5 Test 6 Test 7 Test 8

Ior / Ioc (1): -4.7 (1): -7.8 (1): -4.7 (1): -7.8
dB
(per RF port) (2): -7.4 (2): -10.4 (2): -7.3 (2): -10.3
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
DRCLength slots 4 8
DRCChGain dB -3 -6
ACKChGain dB 3

DRC Es
(1): 12.78 (1): 9.68 (1): 12.81 (1): 9.71
Nt dB
(2): 12.71 (2): 9.70 (2): 12.84 (2): 9.82
(per RF port)

Pilot E c
(1): -24.62 (1): -27.12 (1): -24.6 (1): -27.1
Io dB
(2): -24.15 (2): -26.81 (2): -24.05 (2): -26.71
(per RF port)

(1): Subtype 0 Physical Layer (2): Subtype 2 Physical Layer

Note: The DRC Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.
3

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Case 2
Parameter Unit
Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Test 12
(1): -2.8 (1): -5.8 (1): -2.9 (1): -5.8
Ior /Ioc (2): -3.4 (2): -5.6 (2): -3.5 (2): -5.6
dB
(per RF port) (3): -7.2 (3): -10.3 (3): -7.1 (3): -10.3
(4): -7.0 (4): -10.1 (4): -7.0 (4): -10.1
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
DRCLength slots 1 2
DRCChGain dB 3 0
ACKChGain dB 3
(1): 13.56 (1): 11.04 (1): 13.55 (1): 11.11
DRC Es
(2): 13.08 (2): 11.21 (2): 13.07 (2): 11.28
Nt dB
(3): 12.52 (3): 9.56 (3): 12.56 (3): 9.61
(per RF port)
(4): 12.68 (4): 9.77 (4): 12.71 (4): 9.80
(1): -23.37 (1): -25.55 (1): -23.38 (1): -25.49
Pilot E c
(2): -23.77 (2): -25.39 (2): -23.78 (2): -25.34
Io dB
(3): -23.96 (3): -26.74 (3): -23.93 (3): -26.71
(per RF port)
(4): -23.81 (4): -26.54 (4): -23.79 (4): -26.52
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The DRC Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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Case 3
Parameter Unit
Test 13 Test 14 Test 15 Test 16
(1): -3.6 (1): -6.4 (1): -3.7 (1): -6.5
Ior /Ioc (2): -3.3 (2): -6.4 (2): -3.4 (2): -6.5
dB
(per RF port) (3): -6.9 (3): -10.1 (3): -6.8 (3): -10.1
(4): -6.0 (4): -9.0 (4): -6.0 (4): -9.1
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
DRCLength slots 1 2
DRCChGain dB 3 0
ACKChGain dB 3
(1): 13.78 (1): 10.98 (1): 13.74 (1): 10.94
DRC Es
(2): 14.08 (2): 10.98 (2): 14.04 (2): 10.94
Nt dB
(3): 13.24 (3): 9.99 (3): 13.30 (3): 10.04
(per RF port)
(4): 14.11 (4): 11.11 (4): 14.12 (4): 11.02
(1): -23.91 (1): -26.03 (1): -23.92 (1): -26.06
Pilot E c
(2): -23.7 (2): -26.03 (2): -23.71 (2): -26.06
Io dB
(3): -23.69 (3): -26.53 (3): -23.64 (3): -26.49
(per RF port)
(4): -22.98 (4): -25.52 (4): -22.98 (4): -25.61
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7. 9. 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The DRC Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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Case 4
Parameter Unit
Test 17 Test 18 Test 19 Test 20
(1): -1.8 (1): -4 (1): -1.9 (1): -4.1
Ior /Ioc (2): -1.8 (2): -3.4 (2): -1.9 (2): -3.5
dB
(per RF port) (3): -6.5 (3): -9.8 (3): -6.5 (3): -9.8
(4): -6.0 (4): -9.3 (4): -6.0 (4): -9.1
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
DRCLength slots 1 2
DRCChGain dB 3 0
ACKChGain dB 3
(1): 14.05 (1): 12.39 (1): 14.05 (1): 12.38
DRC Es
(2): 14.05 (2): 12.86 (2): 14.05 (2): 12.85
Nt dB
(3): 13.01 (3): 10.01 (3): 13.06 (3): 10.06
(per RF port)
(4): 13.44 (4): 10.51 (4): 13.47 (4): 10.64
(1): -22.74 (1): -24.19 (1): -22.74 (1): -24.21
Pilot E c
(2): -22.74 (2): -23.77 (2): -22.74 (2): -23.78
Io dB
(3): -23.40 (3): -26.25 (3): -23.37 (3): -26.22
(per RF port)
(4): -23.00 (4): -25.77 (4): -22.98 (4): -25.66
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7. 9. 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The DRC Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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3 Table A.1.3.2-1 Minimum Standards for DRC Channel Demod Perf


4 (Case 1, Part 1 of 2)
DRC Es/Nt per RF DRC DRC
DRCLength Test #
input port (dB) Error Rate Miss Rate
(1): 9.00E-04 (1): 8.00E-03
(2): 3.00E-05 (2): 8.00E-2
(1): 12.78 (1): 1.80E-04 (1): 4.00E-02
1
(2): 12.72 (2): 8.00E-05 (2): 5.00E-2
(1): 1.20E-05 (1): 2.00E-01
(2): 3.00E-4 (2): 1.40E-2
1
(1): 1.80E-02 (1): 1.20E-01
(2): 2.00E-4 (2): 5.95E-1
(1): 9.68 (1): 1.20E-03 (1): 4.00E-01
2
(2): 9.71 (2): 1.00E-3 (2): 4.35E-1
(1): 4.00E-05 (1): 7.50E-01
(2): 1.00E-2 (2): 1.75E-1
(1): 6.50E-04 (1): 6.00E-03
(2): 3.00E-5 (2): 3.90E-2
(1): 12.74 (1): 2.00E-04 (1): 2.80E-02
3
(2): 12.75 (2): 8.00E-5 (2): 2.80E-2
(1): 2.50E-05 (1): 7.00E-02
(2): 2.00E-4 (2): 1.40E-2
2
(1): 1.80E-02 (1): 1.20E-01
(2): 3.00E-4 (2): 5.10E-1
(1): 9.64 (1): 1.00E-03 (1): 4.00E-01
4
(2): 9.74 (2): 1.00E-3 (2): 3.90E-1
(1): 2.40E-05 (1): 7.50E-01
(2): 1.00E-2 (2): 1.60E-1
(1): Subtype 0 Physical Layer (2): Subtype 2 Physical Layer

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2 (Case 1, Part 2 of 2)
DRC Es/Nt per RF DRC DRC
DRCLength Test #
input port (dB) Error Rate Miss Rate
(1): 5.00E-04 (1): 3.80E-03
(2): 4.00E-5 (2): 4.00E-2
(1): 12.78 (1): 2.00E-04 (1): 1.20E-02
5
(2): 12.71 (2): 8.00E-5 (2): 3.00E-2
(1): 5.00E-05 (1): 4.00E-02
(2): 2.00E-4 (2): 1.00E-2
4
(1): 1.30E-02 (1): 1.20E-01
(2): 2.00E-4 (2): 5.20E-1
(1): 9.68 (1): 9.00E-04 (1): 3.80E-01
6
(2): 9.70 (2): 1.00E-3 (2): 3.70E-1
(1): 1.00E-04 (1): 6.00E-01
(2): 1.00E-2 (2): 1.55E-1
(1): 3.00E-04 (1): 2.10E-03
(2): 2.00E-5 (2): 4.10E-2
(1): 12.81 (1): 1.00E-04 (1): 4.00E-03
7
(2): 12.84 (2): 8.00E-5 (2): 1.05E-2
(1): 5.00E-05 (1): 1.30E-02
(2): 3.00E-4 (2): 2.50E-3
8
(1): 1.10E-02 (1): 1.00E-01
(2): 5.00E-4 (2): 4.00E-1
(1): 9.71 (1): 1.70E-03 (1): 3.10E-01
8
(2): 9.82 (2): 2.00E-3 (2): 2.70E-1
(1): 1.50E-04 (1): 5.50E-01
(2): 1.00E-2 (2): 1.40E-1
(1): Subtype 0 Physical Layer (2): Subtype 2 Physical Layer

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2 (Case 2, Part 1 of 2)
DRC Es/Nt per RF DRC DRC
DRCLength Test #
input port (dB) Error Rate Miss Rate
(1): 8.00E-03 (1): 5.50E-02
(2): 7.00E-03 (2): 6.00E-02
(3): 3.00E-5 (3): 2.50E-1
(4): 1.00E-4 (4): 2.60E-1
(1): 13.56 (1): 1.50E-03 (1): 1.80E-01
(2): 13.08 (2): 9.00E-04 (2): 1.30E-01
9
(3): 12.52 (3): 3.00E-4 (3): 1.60E-1
(4): 12.68 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 1.70E-1
(1): 2.50E-05 (1): 6.00E-01
(2): 2.30E-05 (2): 3.20E-01
(3): 3.00E-3 (3): 8.00E-2
(4): 1.00E-2 (4): 7.80E-2
1
(1): 2.10E-02 (1): 1.80E-01
(2): 3.00E-02 (2): 2.40E-01
(3): 2.00E-4 (3): 5.80E-1
(4): 2.00E-4 (4): 7.40E-1
(1): 11.04 (1): 4.00E-03 (1): 3.40E-01
(2): 11.21 (2): 1.80E-03 (2): 4.90E-01
10
(3): 9.56 (3): 1.00E-3 (3): 4.70E-1
(4): 9.77 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 6.40E-1
(1): 2.50E-05 (1): 7.10E-01
(2): 2.40E-05 (2): 7.00E-01
(3): 1.00E-2 (3): 2.90E-1
(4): 1.00E-2 (4): 5.00E-1
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7. 9. 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 2, Part 2 of 2)

DRC Es/Nt per RF DRC DRC


DRCLength Test #
input port (dB) Error Rate Miss Rate
(1): 4.50E-03 (1): 3.00E-02
(2): 6.00E-03 (2): 5.00E-02
(3): 6.00E-5 (3): 2.00E-1
(4): 1.00E-4 (4): 2.60E-1
(1): 13.55 (1): 1.00E-03 (1): 9.00E-02
(2): 13.07 (2): 1.00E-03 (2): 1.20E-01
11
(3): 12.56 (3): 1.00E-3 (3): 1.00E-1
(4): 12.71 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 1.60E-1
(1): 1.40E-04 (1): 2.50E-01
(2): 5.00E-05 (2): 3.00E-01
(3): 6.00E-3 (3): 6.00E-2
(4): 7.00E-3 (4): 8.00E-2
2
(1): 2.30E-02 (1): 1.70E-01
(2): 3.00E-02 (2): 2.30E-01
(3): 1.00E-4 (3): 6.00E-1
(4): 8.00E-4 (4): 8.10E-1
(1): 11.11 (1): 2.00E-03 (1): 4.00E-01
(2): 11.28 (2): 8.00E-04 (2): 5.00E-01
12
(3): 9.61 (3): 2.00E-3 (3): 4.00E-1
(4): 9.80 (4): 3.00E-3 (4): 7.60E-1
(1): 1.50E-04 (1): 6.00E-01
(2): 2.40E-05 (2): 7.00E-01
(3): 8.00E-3 (3): 3.00E-1
(4): 1.00E-2 (4): 6.90E-1
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7. 9. 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 3, Part 1 of 2)
DRC Es/Nt per RF DRC DRC
DRCLength Test #
input port (dB) Error Rate Miss Rate
(1): 9.00E-03 (1): 6.50E-02
(2): 1.10E-02 (2): 8.00E-02
(3): 1.00E-4 (3): 2.50E-1
(4): 1.00E-4 (4): 2.30E-1
(1): 13.78 (1): 1.00E-03 (1): 1.40E-01
(2): 14.08 (2): 1.70E-03 (2): 1.50E-01
13
(3): 13.24 (3): 1.00E-3 (3): 1.70E-1
(4): 14.11 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 1.50E-1
(1): 1.30E-04 (1): 2.30E-01
(2): 6.00E-05 (2): 2.50E-01
(3): 9.00E-3 (3): 9.00E-2
(4): 9.00E-3 (4): 7.70E-2
1
(1): 3.00E-02 (1): 2.10E-01
(2): 3.00E-02 (2): 2.20E-01
(3): 1.00E-4 (3): 6.00E-1
(4): 1.00E-4 (4): 5.60E-1
(1): 10.98 (1): 2.00E-03 (1): 4.00E-01
(2): 10.98 (2): 3.00E-03 (2): 3.80E-01
14
(3): 9.99 (3): 1.00E-3 (3): 4.80E-1
(4): 11.11 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 4.50E-1
(1): 1.00E-04 (1): 5.50E-01
(2): 2.40E-05 (2): 6.40E-01
(3): 1.00E-2 (3): 3.10E-1
(4): 1.00E-2 (4): 3.00E-1
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7. 9. 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 3, Part 2 of 2)

DRC Es/Nt per RF DRC DRC


DRCLength Test #
input port (dB) Error Rate Miss Rate
(1): 8.00E-03 (1): 6.00E-02
(2): 9.00E-03 (2): 6.40E-02
(3): 1.00E-4 (3): 2.10E-1
(4): 1.00E-4 (4): 2.00E-1
(1): 13.74 (1): 2.00E-03 (1): 1.00E-01
(2): 14.04 (2): 1.60E-03 (2): 1.20E-01
15
(3): 13.30 (3): 1.00E-3 (3): 1.40E-1
(4): 14.12 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 1.20E-1
(1): 5.00E-05 (1): 2.10E-01
(2): 1.00E-04 (2): 2.20E-01
(3): 8.00E-3 (3): 8.30E-2
(4): 8.00E-3 (4): 6.00E-2
2
(1): 2.60E-02 (1): 2.10E-01
(2): 2.70E-02 (2): 2.10E-01
(3): 2.00E-4 (3): 5.40E-1
(4): 2.00E-4 (4): 5.10E-1
(1): 10.94 (1): 6.00E-03 (1): 3.00E-01
(2): 10.94 (2): 4.40E-04 (2): 4.40E-01
16
(3): 10.04 (3): 1.00E-3 (3): 4.50E-1
(4): 11.02 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 4.30E-1
(1): 3.00E-04 (1): 4.40E-01
(2): 2.40E-05 (2): 5.30E-01
(3): 1.00E-2 (3): 3.00E-1
(4): 1.00E-2 (4): 2.80E-1
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7. 9. 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 4, Part 1 of 2)
DRC Es/Nt per RF DRC DRC
DRCLength Test #
input port (dB) Error Rate Miss Rate
(1): 1.20E-02 (1): 9.00E-02
(2): 9.00E-03 (2): 7.00E-02
(3): 1.00E-4 (3): 2.70E-1
(4): 1.00E-4 (4): 2.90E-1
(1): 14.05 (1): 1.00E-03 (1): 2.00E-01
(2): 14.05 (2): 1.20E-03 (2): 1.50E-01
17
(3): 13.01 (3): 1.00E-3 (3): 1.70E-1
(4): 13.44 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 1.70E-1
(1): 2.40E-05 (1): 3.70E-01
(2): 2.50E-05 (2): 3.30E-01
(3): 1.00E-2 (3): 9.00E-2
(4): 9.00E-3 (4): 7.50E-2
1
(1): 4.00E-02 (1): 2.80E-01
(2): 3.60E-02 (2): 2.70E-01
(3): 2.00E-4 (3): 5.60E-1
(4): 1.00E-4 (4): 7.80E-1
(1): 12.39 (1): 2.00E-03 (1): 5.00E-01
(2): 12.86 (2): 1.80E-03 (2): 5.00E-01
18
(3): 10.01 (3): 1.00E-3 (3): 4.80E-1
(4): 10.51 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 6.90E-1
(1): 5.00E-05 (1): 7.00E-01
(2): 4.00E-05 (2): 7.00E-01
(3): 1.00E-2 (3): 3.20E-1
(4): 1.00E-2 (4): 5.50E-1
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7. 9. 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 4, Part 2 of 2)

DRC Es/Nt per RF DRC DRC


DRCLength Test #
input port (dB) Error Rate Miss Rate
(1): 9.00E-03 (1): 7.50E-02
(2): 5.40E-03 (2): 4.40E-02
(3): 2.00E-5 (3): 3.00E-1
(4): 1.00E-4 (4): 2.10E-1
(1): 14.05 (1): 6.00E-04 (1): 2.00E-01
(2): 14.05 (2): 1.00E-03 (2): 1.10E-01
19
(3): 13.06 (3): 2.00E-4 (3): 2.00E-1
(4): 13.47 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 1.20E-1
(1): 2.40E-05 (1): 3.40E-01
(2): 5.00E-05 (2): 2.80E-01
(3): 2.00E-3 (3): 1.10E-1
(4): 4.00E-3 (4): 6.40E-2
2
(1): 3.50E-02 (1): 2.70E-01
(2): 3.00E-02 (2): 2.30E-01
(3): 1.00E-4 (3): 5.80E-1
(4): 1.00E-3 (4): 9.00E-1
(1): 12.38 (1): 3.00E-03 (1): 4.40E-01
(2): 12.85 (2): 5.00E-03 (2): 3.80E-01
20
(3): 10.06 (3): 1.00E-3 (3): 4.50E-1
(4): 10.64 (4): 5.00E-3 (4): 8.20E-1
(1): 1.50E-04 (1): 6.00E-01
(2): 1.80E-04 (2): 5.80E-01
(3): 1.00E-2 (3): 3.00E-1
(4): 1.00E-2 (4): 7.90E-1
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7. 9. 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

5 A.1.4 ACK Channel Demodulation Performance

6 These requirements are referenced by 3.3.3.

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3 Table A.1.4.1-1 Test Parameters for ACK Channel Demodulation Performance


4 (Part 1 of 2)
Case 1 Case 2
Parameter Unit
Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4
(1): -2.8 (1): -5.8
Ior / Ioc (1,2): -4.6 (1,2): -7.7 (2): -3.4 (2): -5.6
dB
(per RF port) (3,4): -7.2 (3,4): -9.5 (3): -7.0 (3): -10.1
(4): -6.8 (4): -9.9
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
ACKChGain dB 3

ACK Es (1): 10.55 (1): 8.03


(1,2): 9.76 (1,2): 6.66 (2): 10.07 (2): 8.20
Nt dB
(3,4): 9.71 (3,4): 7.40 (3): -10.12 (3): -6.54
(per RF port)
(4): -9.85 (4):-6.79

Pilot E c (1): -23.37 (1): -25.55


(1,2): -24.63 (1,2): -27.12 (2): -23.77 (2): -25.39
Io dB
(3,4): -24.16 (3,4): -26.17 (3): -24.00 (3): -26.76
(per RF port)
(4): -23.89 (4): -26.52
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The ACK Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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2 (Part 2 of 2)
Case 3 Case 4
Parameter Unit
Test 5 Test 6 Test 7 Test 8
(1): -3.6 (1): -6.4 (1): -1.8 (1): -4
Ior / Ioc (2): -3.3 (2): -6.4 (2): -1.8 (2): -3.4
dB
(per RF port) (3): -6.6 (3):-9.9 (3): -6.3 (3): -9.6
(4): -6.4 (4): -9.5 (4): -5.7 (4): -9.0
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
ACKChGain dB 3

ACK Es (1): 10.76 (1): 7.96 (1): 11.04 (1): 9.38


Nt dB (2): 11.06 (2): 7.96 (2): 11.04 (2): 9.85
(per RF port) (3): 10.23 (3):6.98 (3): 9.98 (3): 6.99
(4): 10.47 (4): 7.38 (4): 10.47 (4): 7.50

Pilot E c (1): -23.91 (1): -26.03 (1): -22.74 (1): -24.19


Io dB (2): -23.7 (2): -26.03 (2): -22.74 (2): -23.77
(per RF port) (3): -23.72 (3): -26.54 (3): -23.44 (3): -26.27
(4): -23.53 (4): -26.19 (4): -22.98 (4): -25.78
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8


Note: The ACK Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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Case 5
Parameter Unit
Test 9 Test 10

Ior / Ioc
dB -6.8 -9.8
(per RF port)
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
ACKChGain dB 9
ACK Es
Nt dB 15.80 12.78
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
Io dB -24.13 -26.75
(per RF port)
Note: The ACK Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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3 Table A.1.4.2-1 Minimum Standards for ACK Channel Demodulation Performance


4 (Case 1, Part 1 of 2)

ACK Es/Nt per RF


Case Test # P(no ACK|ACK) P(ACK|NAK)
input port (dB)

(1,2): 4.00E-03 (1,2):1.20E-05


(1,2): 9.76 (3,4): 2.00E-3 (3,4): 4.00E-5
1
(3,4): 9.71 (1,2): 2.00E-03 (1,2): 8.00E-05
(3,4): 3.50E-3 (3,4): 2.00E-5
(1,2): 3.00E-01 (1,2): 4.00E-05
1
(3,4): 1.35E-1 (3,4): 3.00E-4
(1,2): 6.66 (1,2): 1.50E-01 (1,2): 5.00E-04
2
(3,4): 7.40 (3,4): 7.05E-2 (3,4): 1.00E-3
(1,2): 4.00E-02 (1,2): 3.00E-03
(3,4): 4.95E-2 (3,4): 2.00E-3
(1, 2): Subtype 0
(3, 4): Subtype 2

6 Table A.1.4.2-2 Minimum Standards for ACK Channel Demodulation Performance


7 (Case 1, Part 2 of 2)

ACK Es/Nt per RF


Case Test # P(no NAK|NAK) P(NAK|ACK)
input port (dB)

(1,2): 8.00E-05 (1,2): 2.00E-03


(1,2): 9.76 (3,4): 2.00E-5 (3,4): 3.50E-3
1
(3,4): 9.71 (1,2): 1.20E-05 (1,2): 4.00E-03
(3,4): 4.00E-5 (3,4): 2.00E-3
(1,2): 3.00E-03 (1,2): 4.00E-02
1
(3,4): 3.00E-4 (3,4): 1.35E-1
(1,2): 6.66 (1,2): 5.00E-04 (1,2): 1.50E-01
2
(3,4): 7.40 (3,4): 1.00E-3 (3,4): 7.05E-2
(1,2): 4.00E-05 (1,2): 3.00E-01
(3,4): 2.00E-3 (3,4): 4.95E-2
(1, 2): Subtype 0
(3, 4): Subtype 2

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2 (Case 2, Part 1 of 2)

ACK Es/Nt per RF


Case Test # P(no ACK|ACK) P(ACK|NAK)
input port (dB)
(1): 8.00E-02 (1): 5.00E-05
(2): 1.00E-01 (2): 1.20E-05
(3): 6.30E-2 (3): 2.00E-4
(4): 5.75E-2 (4): 5.00E-4
(1): 10.55 (1): 3.50E-02 (1): 2.00E-04
(2): 10.07 (2): 7.00E-02 (2): 1.00E-04
3
(3): 9.49 (3): 4.00E-2 (3): 8.00E-4
(4): 9.60 (4): 4.45E-2 (4): 1.00E-3
(1): 1.40E-02 (1): 1.10E-03
(2): 1.80E-02 (2): 2.00E-03
(3): 3.00E-2 (3): 1.40E-3
(4): 3.10E-2 (4): 2.00E-3
2
(1): 3.10E-01 (1): 9.00E-05
(2): 6.00E-01 (2): 1.20E-05
(3): 2.40E-1 (3): 1.00E-3
(4): 4.30E-1 (4): 2.00E-3
(1): 8.03 (1): 2.00E-01 (1): 7.00E-04
(2): 8.20 (2): 3.00E-01 (2): 5.00E-04
4
(3): 6.54 (3): 2.00E-1 (3): 2.00E-3
(4): 6.79 (4): 3.80E-1 (4): 4.00E-3
(1): 7.00E-02 (1): 5.30E-03
(2): 1.20E-01 (2): 1.00E-02
(3): 1.20E-1 (3): 7.00E-3
(4): 3.20E-1 (4): 8.00E-3
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 2, Part 2 of 2)

ACK Es/Nt per RF


Case Test # P(no NAK|NAK) P(NAK|ACK)
input port (dB)
(1): 1.10E-03 (1): 1.40E-02
(2): 2.00E-03 (2): 1.80E-02
(3): 2.00E-4 (3): 6.30E-2
(4): 5.00E-4 (4): 5.75E-2

(1): 10.55 (1): 2.00E-04 (1): 3.50E-02


(2): 10.07 (2): 1.00E-04 (2): 7.00E-02
3
(3): 9.49 (3): 8.00E-4 (3): 4.00E-2
(4): 9.60 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 4.45E-2

(1): 5.00E-05 (1): 8.00E-02


(2): 1.20E-05 (2): 1.00E-01
(3): 1.40E-3 (3): 3.00E-2
(4): 2.00E-3 (4): 3.10E-2
2
(1): 5.30E-03 (1): 7.00E-02
(2): 1.00E-02 (2): 1.20E-01
(3): 1.00E-3 (3): 2.40E-1
(4): 2.00E-3 (4): 4.30E-1
(1): 8.03 (1): 7.00E-04 (1): 2.00E-01
(2): 8.20 (2): 5.00E-04 (2): 3.00E-01
4
(3): 6.54 (3): 2.00E-3 (3): 2.00E-1
(4): 6.79 (4): 4.00E-3 (4): 3.80E-1
(1): 9.00E-05 (1): 3.10E-01
(2): 1.20E-05 (2): 6.00E-01
(3): 7.00E-3 (3): 1.20E-1
(4): 8.00E-3 (4): 3.20E-1
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 3, Part 1 of 2)
ACK Es/Nt
per RF
Case Test # P(no ACK|ACK) P(ACK|NAK)
input port
(dB)

(1): 1.10E-01 (1): 6.20E-05


(2): 1.00E-01 (2): 1.20E-05
(3): 1.00E-1 (3): 3.00E-4
(4): 9.00E-2 (4): 3.00E-4
(1): 10.76 (1): 6.00E-02 (1): 5.00E-04
(2): 11.06 (2): 7.00E-02 (2): 1.00E-04
5
(3): 10.23 (3): 7.00E-2 (3): 9.00E-4
(4): 10.47 (4): 5.85E-2 (4): 1.00E-3
(1): 2.80E-02 (1): 2.80E-03
(2): 1.80E-02 (2): 2.00E-03
(3): 4.80E-2 (3): 2.00E-3
(4): 3.60E-2 (4): 3.00E-3
3
(1): 3.40E-01 (1): 1.30E-04
(2): 5.00E-01 (2): 1.20E-05
(3): 3.00E-1 (3): 8.00E-4
(4): 2.50E-1 (4): 1.00E-3
(1): 7.96 (1): 2.00E-01 (1): 2.00E-03
(2): 7.96 (2): 3.00E-01 (2): 5.00E-04
6
(3): 6.98 (3): 2.00E-1 (3): 3.00E-3
(4): 7.38 (4): 1.90E-1 (4): 3.00E-3
(1): 1.10E-01 (1): 1.00E-02
(2): 1.20E-01 (2): 1.20E-02
(3): 1.30E-1 (3): 9.00E-3
(4): 1.15E-1 (4): 1.00E-2
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 4, Part 1 of 2)
ACK Es/Nt
per RF
Case Test # P(no ACK|ACK) P(ACK|NAK)
input port
(dB)
(1): 1.40E-01 (1): 1.70E-04
(2): 3.00E-01 (2): 1.20E-05
(3): 1.00E-1 (3): 6.00E-4
(4): 1.30E-1 (4): 1.20E-3
(1): 11.04 (1): 7.50E-02 (1): 1.00E-03
(2): 11.04 (2): 9.00E-02 (2): 4.50E-04
7
(3): 9.98 (3): 7.00E-2 (3): 1.70E-3
(4): 10.47 (4): 9.00E-2 (4):.3.00E-3
(1): 3.20E-02 (1): 5.50E-03
(2): 2.70E-02 (2): 4.20E-03
(3): 5.00E-2 (3): 3.60E-3
(4): 5.70E-2 (4): 7.00E-3
4
(1): 4.20E-01 (1): 2.50E-04
(2): 5.00E-01 (2): 5.00E-05
(3): 3.00E-1 (3): 1.00E-3
(4): 6.10E-1 (4): 2.00E-3
(1): 9.38 (1): 3.00E-01 (1): 2.00E-03
(2): 9.85 (2): 3.50E-01 (2): 1.00E-03
8
(3): 6.99 (3): 2.00E-1 (3): 5.00E-3
(4): 7.50 (4): 5.50E-1 (4): 7.00E-3
(1): 1.70E-01 (1): 1.70E-02
(2): 1.70E-01 (2): 1.70E-02
(3): 1.40E-1 (3): 1.00E-2
(4): 4.50E-1 (4): 1.50E-2
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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2 (Case 3, Part 2 of 2)
ACK Es/Nt
per RF
Case Test # P(no NAK|NAK) P(NAK|ACK)
input port
(dB)
(1): 2.80E-03 (1): 2.80E-02
(2): 2.00E-03 (2): 1.80E-02
(3): 3.00E-4 (3): 1.00E-1
(4): 3.00E-4 (4): 9.00E-2
(1): 10.76 (1): 5.00E-04 (1): 6.00E-02
(2): 11.06 (2): 1.00E-04 (2): 7.00E-02
5
(3): 10.23 (3): 9.00E-4 (3): 7.00E-2
(4): 10.47 (4): 1.00E-3 (4): 5.85E-2
(1): 6.20E-05 (1): 1.10E-01
(2): 1.20E-05 (2): 1.00E-01
(3): 2.00E-3 (3): 4.80E-2
(4): 3.00E-3 (4): 3.60E-2
3
(1): 1.00E-02 (1): 1.10E-01
(2): 1.20E-02 (2): 1.20E-01
(3): 8.00E-4 (3): 3.00E-1
(4): 1.00E-3 (4): 2.50E-1
(1): 7.96 (1): 2.00E-03 (1): 2.00E-01
(2): 7.96 (2): 5.00E-04 (2): 3.00E-01
6
(3): 6.98 (3): 3.00E-3 (3): 2.00E-1
(4): 7.38 (4): 3.00E-3 (4): 1.90E-1
(1): 1.30E-04 (1): 3.40E-01
(2): 1.20E-05 (2): 5.00E-01
(3): 9.00E-3 (3): 1.30E-1
(4): 1.00E-2 (4): 1.15E-1
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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1 Table A.1.4.2-8 Minimum Standards for ACK Channel Demodulation Performance


2 (Case 4, Part 2 of 2)
ACK Es/Nt
per RF
Case Test # P(no NAK|NAK) P(NAK|ACK)
input port
(dB)
(1): 5.50E-03 (1): 3.20E-02
(2): 4.20E-03 (2): 2.70E-02
(3): 6.00E-4 (3): 1.00E-1
(4): 1.20E-3 (4): 1.30E-1

(1): 11.04 (1): 1.00E-03 (1): 7.50E-02


(2): 11.04 (2): 4.50E-04 (2): 9.00E-02
7
(3): 9.98 (3): 1.70E-3 (3): 7.00E-2
(4): 10.47 (4): 3.00E-3 (4): 9.00E-2
(1): 1.70E-04 (1): 1.40E-01
(2): 1.20E-05 (2): 3.00E-01
(3): 3.60E-3 (3): 5.00E-2
(4): 7.00E-3 (4): 5.70E-2
4
(1): 1.70E-02 (1): 1.70E-01
(2): 1.70E-02 (2): 1.70E-01
(3): 1.00E-3 (3): 3.00E-1
(4): 2.00E-3 (4): 6.10E-1
(1): 9.38 (1): 2.00E-03 (1): 3.00E-01
(2): 9.85 (2): 1.00E-03 (2): 3.50E-01
8
(3): 6.99 (3): 5.00E-3 (3): 2.00E-1
(4): 7.50 (4): 7.00E-3 (4): 5.50E-1
(1): 2.50E-04 (1): 4.20E-01
(2): 5.00E-05 (2): 5.00E-01
(3): 1.00E-2 (3): 1.40E-1
(4): 1.50E-2 (4): 4.50E-1
(1): Subtype 0, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (2): Subtype 0, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8
(3): Subtype 2, BC 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 (4): Subtype 2, BC 1, 4, 6, and 8

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1 Table A.1.4.2-9 Minimum Standards for ACK Channel Demodulation Performance


2 (Case 5)
ACK Es/Nt
per RF
Case Test # P(no ACK|ACK) P(ACK|NAK)
input port
(dB)
9.50E-2 1.00E-5
9 15.80
2.15E-2 1.00E-3
5 4.25E-1 1.00E-4
10 12.78 2.30E-1 1.00E-3
1.00E-1 1.00E-2

4 Table A.1.4.2-10 Minimum Standards for ACK Channel Demodulation


5 Performance (Case 5)
ACK Es/Nt
per RF
Case Test # P(no NAK|NAK) P(NAK|ACK)
input port
(dB)
1.00E-5 9.50E-2
9 15.80
1.00E-3 2.15E-2
5 1.00E-4 4.25E-1
10 12.78 1.00E-3 2.30E-1
1.00E-2 1.00E-1

7 A.1.5 DSC Channel Demodulation Performance

8 These requirements are referenced by 3.3.4.

9 A.1.5.1 Method of Measurement

10

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1 Table A.1.5.1-1 Test Parameters for DSC Channel Demodulation Performance


2 (Cases 1 of 2)
Case 1 Case 2
Parameter Unit
Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4

Ior / Ioc (1): -12.0 (1): -14.9


dB -11.7 -14.5
(per RF port) (2): -11.6 (2): -13.9
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
DSCChGain dB -9
DSCLength slots 16
DSC Es
(1): 9.81 (1): 6.98
Nt dB 10.24 7.44
(2): 10.20 (2): 7.96
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -23.47 (1): -26.23
Io dB -23.19 -25.85
(2): -23.09 (2): -25.28
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The DSC Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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2 (Cases 1 of 2)
Case 3 Case 4
Parameter Unit
Test 5 Test 6 Test 7 Test 8

Ior / Ioc (1): -11.3 (1): -14.2 (1): -11.9 (1): -14.9
dB
(per RF port) (2): -11.4 (2): -13.5 (2): -11.5 (2): -13.3
Ioc dBm/1.23
-84
(per RF port) MHz
DSCChGain dB -9
DSCLength slots 16
DSC E s
(1): 10.60 (1): 7.69 (1): 9.81 (1): 6.90
Nt dB
(2): 10.51 (2): 8.44 (2): 10.25 (2): 8.51
(per RF port)
Pilot E c
(1): -22.85 (1): -25.61 (1): -23.43 (1): -26.30
Io dB
(2): -22.93 (2): -24.89 (2): -23.00 (2): -24.70
(per RF port)
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8
Note: The DSC Es/Nt and Pilot Ec/I0 values are calculated from the parameters set in the
table. They are not settable parameters themselves.

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1 A.1.5.2 Minimum Standard

3 Table A.1.5.2-1 Minimum Standards for DSC Channel Demodulation Performance


4 (Cases 1 and 2)
DSC Es/Nt
per RF
Case Test # DSC Error Rate DSC Erasure Rate
input port
(dB)
3.00E-5 1.30E-1
1 10.24 2.00E-4 3.05E-2
1.00E-3 4.00E-3
1
1.00E-3 4.35E-1
2 7.44 2.00E-2 1.00E-1
4.00E-2 2.60E-2
(1): 7.00E-4 (1): 1.00E-1
(2): 1.20E-3 (2): 8.50E-2
(1): 9.81 (1): 2.00E-3 (1): 5.00E-2
3
(2): 10.20 (2): 4.00E-3 (2): 4.00E-2
(1): 8.00E-3 (1): 1.20E-2
(2): 1.00E-2 (2): 7.00E-3
2
(1): 1.00E-3 (1): 6.00E-1
(2): 1.00E-3 (2): 6.50E-1
(1): 6.98 (1): 1.00E-2 (1): 3.50E-1
4
(2): 7.96 (2): 1.00E-2 (2): 4.75E-1
(1): 7.00E-2 (1): 1.00E-1
(2): 7.00E-2 (2): 3.00E-1
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

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1 Table A.1.5.2-2 Minimum Standards for DSC Channel Demodulation Performance


2 (Cases 3 and 4)
DSC Es/Nt
per RF
Case Test # DSC Error Rate DSC Erasure Rate
input port
(dB)

(1): 5.00E-5 (1): 1.40E-1


(2): 7.00E-5 (2): 1.20E-1
(1): 10.60 (1): 6.00E-4 (1): 6.00E-2
5
(2): 10.51 (2): 1.00E-3 (2): 7.60E-2
(1): 3.00E-3 (1): 2.00E-2
(2): 2.00E-2 (2): 3.00E-3
3
(1): 2.00E-4 (1): 5.00E-1
(2): 2.00E-4 (2): 5.50E-1
(1): 7.69 (1): 1.00E-3 (1): 3.60E-1
6
(2): 8.44 (2): 1.00E-3 (2): 3.80E-1
(1): 2.00E-2 (1): 1.00E-1
(2): 1.00E-2 (2): 1.70E-1
(1): 1.00E-4 (1): 2.20E-1
(2): 1.00E-4 (2): 1.70E-1
(1): 9.81 (1): 1.00E-3 (1): 8.00E-2
7
(2): 10.25 (2): 1.00E-3 (2): 5.35E-2
(1): 6.00E-3 (1): 1.00E-2
(2): 4.00E-3 (2): 1.00E-2
4
(1): 3.00E-4 (1): 8.00E-1
(2): 1.00E-3 (2): 8.25E-1
(1): 6.90 (1): 4.00E-3 (1): 6.00E-1
8
(2): 8.51 (2): 1.00E-2 (2): 5.90E-1
(1): 4.00E-2 (1): 3.00E-1
(2): 1.00E-1 (2): 3.90E-1
(1): Band Classes 0, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12
(2): Band Classes 1, 4, 6, and 8

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