F.3 Basic in-band emissions measurement

38.101-23GPPNRPart 2: Range 2 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 system BW,

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.