There are compelling reasons to allocate additional International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) spectrum including the 700 MHz, 2.3 GHz, 2.6 GHz and 3.5 GHz bands and mmWave spectrum in markets where they have not yet been allocated, and if they available, for 4G and future 5G mobile usage as soon as practicable. This paper’s sole concentration is on the 2.6 GHz spectrum; this key capacity spectrum band is the largest single band of IMT spectrum band below 3 GHz.
This document defines the test solution for communication capability of NB-IoT smart smoke detector.
This specification is a part of China Mobile C-IoT device test and certification scheme, to ensure the NB-IoT terminal compliance with China Mobile requirements. The tests are executed on system simulator. This document will be used to guide the execution of NB-IoT terminal testing, and also be used to guide the NB-IoT terminal test system development.
This whitepaper mainly focuses on the 5G S-Module and has been carried out in several sections in turn. Combined with the standardization status and the industry status of 5G S-Module, the whitepaper analyses the hardware technical requirements, the basic functions requirements, the hardware technical requirements, the electrical interface technical requirements, test &certification and the typical technical solutions for 5G S-Module.
This paper analyzes the current situation of the development of 5G, the status and development of high-speed modules, mainly focused on the research of 5G vertical industry demand, fully communication with all walks of life and research, analyzes the industry for module encapsulation, size, capacity requirements, and summarizes three types of module type: Basic, Smart and All-in-one, to lower the threshold of industrial application and facilitate the rapid application of 5G.
This specification targets enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) scenario for 5G Sub-6GHz Chipset, Module and Device products testing. It stipulates the 5G device interoperability test in lab for NSA Mode (Option 3/3a/3x) and SA (Option 2). This specification provides evaluation criteria for basic functions and performance in the 5G interoperability test. Considering various test requirements, specific test cases and methods are designed, together with the basic requirements for each test category, number of test devices, and tailored agreements. This specification is one of the 5G Sub-6GHz device test specifications which are used in GTI 5G Device Certification.