GTI 5G SUB-6GHZ SPECTRUM AND REFARMING White Paper

2018-02-23 17:00:20 | Source:

 

Table of Contents


Executive Summary   


1 Introduction   

1.1 Background   
1.2 Objectives of this white paper   


2 Existing sub-6GHz development situation   
2.1 3GPP LTE TDD and FDD bands specifications   
2.2 Commercial TDD and FDD development  


3 TDD being the key component in future   
3.1 TDD facilitates advanced antenna solutions   
3.2 TDD supports traffic asymmetry efficiently and flexibly   
3.3 Unpaired TDD bands can be made available more easily than paired bands   


4 Global 5G sub-6GHz development progress   
4.1 ITU progress   
4.2 3GPP 5G NR bands specifications   
4.3 America 5G   
4.4 Australia 5G   
4.5 China 5G   
4.6 Europe 5G   
4.7 Japan 5G   
4.8 Korea 5G   
4.9 UAE 5G   


5 Coexistence solutions on the existing IMT spectrum   

5.1 Multiple TD-LTE networks coexistence issues   
5.2 TD-LTE network and LTE FDD network coexistence issues   
5.3 TD-LTE networks and Satellite networks coexistence issues   
5.4 TD-LTE network and WiFi coexistence issues   
5.5 Highlights of 5G NR networks coexistence with other systems   


6 Sub-6GHz band development progress   
6.1 600/700MHz:   
6.2 800MHz   
6.3 900MHz   
6.4 L-band  
6.5 1800MHz:   
6.6 1900MHz/2100MHz:   
6.7 2300MHz:   
6.8 2600MHz:   
6.9 3300-3800MHz:   
6.10 3300-4200GHz   
6.11 4400-5000GHz 

  
7 High Interested Operator deployed LTE-Evolution and 5G-NR bands and Equipment Availability Analysis   

7.1 2600 GHz   
7.2 3300-3800MHz and 3300-4200MHz   
7.3 4400-5000MHz   


8 GTI Operator Plans of 5G trial and schedule   


9 Recommendations   

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