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TR 36.785 (RAN4)
Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) services based on LTE sidelink –
User Equipment (UE) radio transmission and reception

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V14.0.0 (Wzip)  2016/09  57 p.


Rapporteur:  Mr. Lim, Suhwan
See also:  V2X-related TS/TR

The purpose of the present document is to study the radio requirements on V2V services based on LTE sidelink as part of the Rel-14 work item. The normative requirements resulting from the present document will be addressed in the applicable release 14 Technical Specifications (TS).


 

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1 Scope2 References3 Definitions, symbols and abbreviations3.1 Definitions3.2 Abbreviations4 Background4.1 Justification4.2 Objective4.3 V2V operating Scenarios5 Deployment and co-existence studies5.1 General5.2 Operating bands5.3 Channel bandwidths5.4 Adjacent Channel Co-existence evaluations5.5 Additional scenarios5.6 Conclusion of V2V coexistence evaluations6 V2V transmitter characteristics6.1 Maximum output power for V2V UE6.2 UE maximum output power for modulation / channel bandwidth6.3 UE maximum output power with additional requirements6.4 Configured transmitted power for V2V UE6.5 UE Minimum output power for V2V UE6.6 Transmit OFF power V2V UE6.7 ON/OFF time mask for V2V UE6.8 Power control for V2V UE6.9 Transmit signal quality for V2V UE6.10 spectrum emission mask for V2V UE6.11 ACLR requirements for V2V UE6.12 Spurious emission for V2V UE6.13 Spurious emission band UE co-existence for V2V UE7 V2V receiver characteristics7.1 Reference sensitivity power level7.2 Maximum input level7.3 Adjacent Channel Selectivity (ACS)7.4 Blocking characteristics7.5 Spurious response7.6 Intermodulation characteristics7.7 RX spurious emissions8 Other specification impacts (if applicable)9 Performance requirementsA Link level simulation mapping model for V2V systemB Reference Sensitivity requirements for V2V communicationC Change history

 

1  ScopeWord-p. 6
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 7
4  Background
5  Deployment and co-existence studiesWord-p. 10
6  V2V transmitter characteristics
7  V2V receiver characteristicsWord-p. 43
8  Other specification impacts (if applicable)Word-p. 49
9  Performance requirementsWord-p. 50
A  Link level simulation mapping model for V2V systemWord-p. 51
B  Reference Sensitivity requirements for V2V communicationWord-p. 55
C  Change historyWord-p. 57

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