F.3 Basic in-band emissions measurement

38.101-13GPPNRPart 1: Range 1 StandaloneRelease 17TSUser Equipment (UE) radio transmission and reception

The in-band emissions are a measure of the interference falling into the non-allocated resources blocks. The in-band emission requirement is evaluated for PUCCH and PUSCH transmissions. The in-band emission requirement is not evaluated for PRACH transmissions.

The in-band emissions are measured as follows



is a set of OFDM symbols with the considered modulation scheme being active within the measurement period,

is the starting frequency offset between the allocated RB and the measured non-allocated RB (e.g. or for the first adjacent RB),

(resp. ) is the lower (resp. upper) edge of the UL UE channel bandwidth,

and are the lower and upper edge of the allocated BW, and

is the frequency domain signal evaluated for in-band emissions as defined in the clause (ii)

The relative in-band emissions are, given by


is the number of allocated RBs

The basic in-band emissions measurement interval is defined over one slot in the time domain. When the PUSCH or PUCCH transmission slot is shortened due to multiplexing with SRS, the in-band emissions measurement interval is reduced by one OFDM symbol, accordingly.

In the evaluation of in-band emissions, the timing is set according to , where sample time offsets and are defined in clause F.4.