This specification targets enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) scenario for 5G Sub-6GHz Chipset, Module and Device products testing. It stipulates the 5G device function and performance test in lab for NSA Mode (Option 3/3a/3x) and SA (Option 2).
This whitepaper provides the analysis of the factors of power consumption, such as the key components /the 5G feature and the service type/the test solution and the performance requirements of power consumption for 5G device.
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 required basic functions, the hardware technical requirements, the electrical interface technical requirements, test & certification and the typical technical solutions for 5G S-Module.
This white paper will serve as a platform to share and present the results of the test and the strategies of the deployment, thus provide a reference to industry partners, so as to jointly promote the 5G industry maturity, drive its scale commercialization, and embrace the property of 5G ecosystem.
This white paper introduces the issues of multiple operators coexistence in the same 5G frequency bands in the same geographic area and target to study the coexistence conditions and requirement for multiple operators in adjacent TDD 5G bands without interference to each other.
This document targets enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) scenario for Sub-6GHz 5G commercial products, which is conducted to be the technical references for the development of chipset/ device. It defines the technical requirements and focus on the discussion about the key research points of 5G Device. Version 4.0 adds the discussions on more 5G key technology, including 4G-5G Spectrum Sharing, NSA/SA Mode Switching, Dynamic Power Sharing, USIM application and UE Function and Performance Enhancement in Rel-16.