26.1323GPPRelease 18Speech and video telephony terminal acoustic test specificationTS
Where a user-controlled volume control is provided it is set to maximum.
Handset UE: The handset is placed on a hard plane surface with the earpiece facing the surface.
Headset UE: The requirement applies for the closest possible position between microphone and headset receiver within the intended wearing position.
NOTE: Depending on the type of headset it may be necessary to repeat the measurement in different positions.
Hands-free UE (all categories): No requirement other than echo loss.
Before the actual test a training sequence consisting of the British-English single talk sequence described in ITU-T Recommendation P.501  is applied. The training sequence level shall be -16 dBm0 in order to not overload the codec.
The test signal is a PN-sequence complying with ITU-T Recommendation P.501 with a length of 4 096 points (for a 48 kHz sampling rate system) and a crest factor of 6 dB instead of 11 dB. The PN-sequence is generated as described in P.501 with W(k) constant within the frequency range 200-4000 Hz and zero outside this range. The duration of the test signal is 250 ms. With an input signal of ‑3 dBm0, the attenuation from input to output of the system simulator shall be measured under the following conditions:
a) The handset or the headset, with the transmission circuit fully active, shall be positioned on a hard plane surface with at least 400 mm free space in all directions; the earpiece shall face towards the surface as shown in figure 15c;
b) The headset microphone is positioned as close as possible to the receiver(s) within the intended wearing position;
c) For a binaural headset, the receivers are placed symmetrically around the microphone.
Figure 15a. Void
Figure 15b. Void
NOTE: All dimensions in mm.
Figure 15c. Test configuration for stability loss measurement on handset or headset UE
The attenuation from input to output of the system simulator shall be measured in the frequency range from 200 Hz to 4 kHz. The spectral distribution of the output signal is analysed with a 4k FFT (for a 48 kHz sample rate test system), thus the measured part of the output signal is 85.333 ms. To avoid leakage effects, the frequency resolution of the FFT must be the same as the frequency spacing of the PN-sequence.