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ETSI - TS 103 154

Reconfigurable Radio Systems (RRS); System requirements for operation of Mobile Broadband Systems in the 2 300 MHz - 2 400 MHz band under Licensed Shared Access (LSA)

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 October 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 21
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The present document defines system requirements for operation of mobile broadband service in the 2 300 - 2 400 MHz band under Licensed Shared Access (LSA). This band is allocated to the Mobile Service and identified for IMT globally in the ITU Radio Regulations. The objective of LSA is to enable access to this band for mobile/fixed communication networks (MFCNs) in those CEPT countries where access to the band is complex due to Incumbent usage, as documented in ETSI TR 103 113 [i.1] (for example, when it is not viable to "refarm" the band in a timely manner [i.2]).

An LSA system comprises one or more Incumbents, one or more MFCNs (LSA Licensees), and the means to enable coordination between Incumbents and LSA Licensees, such that the latter may deploy their networks without harmful interference. The requirements in the present document are intended as a first step towards the definition of LSA System architecture specifications.

Document History

TS 103 154
October 1, 2014
Reconfigurable Radio Systems (RRS); System requirements for operation of Mobile Broadband Systems in the 2 300 MHz - 2 400 MHz band under Licensed Shared Access (LSA)
The present document defines system requirements for operation of mobile broadband service in the 2 300 - 2 400 MHz band under Licensed Shared Access (LSA). This band is allocated to the Mobile...

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