This White Paper describes a technology-agnostic methodology for the performance evaluation of radio access technologies for NGMN. The White Paper defines evaluation criteria, network scenarios, radio propagation models, and simulation test cases, which shall be applied for performance analyses and comparisons within the NGMN Alliance, standardisation bodies, and other industry fora.
This document provides extracts from the Resolutions agreed at the ITU Radio Assembly (RA7) as a result of the ITU World Radiocommunication Conference 2007 (WRC-07). Included Resolutions: ITU-R 9-3, ITU-R 56, ITU-R 57.
In the Deliverable “Use Cases Related to Self Organising Network“, NGMN outlines the SON use cases which are foreseen by operators. The main purpose of this document is to provide vendors with operator recommendations and guidelines on requirements for implementation of solutions to support SON use cases in future.
This requirement specification by the NGMN Alliance defines high level backhaul requirements to support the requirements of the Next Generation Mobile Networks. All requirements stated in this document apply for all e-NB types unless otherwise stated.
This deliverable by the NGMN Alliance provides Radio Access Terminal Requirements as guidelines to implement devices for the commercial introduction of NGMN by 2010.
The Deliverable “Next Generation Mobile Networks Initial Terminal Device Definition “ provides the generic definition of an initial release NGMN terminal/device. It considers a macro view of the marketplace needs on a global and/or regional basis balanced against the practical reality of terminal/device implementation.
This Deliverable by the NGMN Alliance the list of requirements for broadcast and multicast support is presented, taking the initial high-level recommendations listed in NGMN white paper  and NGMN Project 7 recommendations  as inputs.
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