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Standard ID YD/T 2583.18-2019 (YD/T2583.18-2019)
Description (Translated English) Requirement and measurement methods of electromagnetic compatibility for cellular mobile telecommunication equipment -- Part 18: 5G user equipment and ancillary equipment
Sector / Industry Telecommunication Industry Standard (Recommended)
Word Count Estimation 26,233
Date of Issue 2019-12-24
Date of Implementation 2019-12-24
Regulation (derived from) Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Announcement 2019 No. 61

YD/T 2583.18-2019: PDF in English (YDT 2583.18-2019)
YD/T 2583.18-2019
ICS 33.100
M 04
Requirement and measurement methods of
electromagnetic compatibility for cellular mobile
telecommunication equipment - Part 18: 5G user
equipment and ancillary equipment
Issued by: Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the
People's Republic of China
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 4 
1 Scope ... 6 
2 Normative references ... 6 
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations ... 7 
3.1 Terms and definitions ... 7 
3.2 Abbreviations ... 10 
4 Test conditions ... 11 
4.1 General conditions ... 11 
4.2 Test setup ... 13 
4.3 Narrowband response of receiver ... 13 
4.4 Frequency band free from testing ... 13 
5 Performance evaluation method ... 14 
5.1 General ... 14 
5.2 UE that can establish continuous communication connection ... 14 
5.3 UE that cannot establish continuous communication connection ... 14 
5.4 Applicable methods for evaluating ancillary equipment ... 14 
5.5 UE classification ... 14 
6 Performance criteria ... 15 
6.1 General ... 15 
6.2 Performance criteria (continuous phenomenon) ... 15 
6.3 Performance criteria (transient phenomenon) ... 16 
6.4 Performance criteria (intermittent phenomenon) ... 16 
7 Applicability ... 16 
7.1 Disturbance measurement ... 16 
7.2 Immunity test ... 17 
8 Disturbance measurement methods and limits ... 18 
8.1 Radiated spurious disturbance (enclosure port) ... 18 
8.2 Radiation disturbance (enclosure port of ancillary equipment) ... 20 
8.3 Conducted disturbance (DC power input/output port) ... 21 
8.4 Conducted disturbance (AC power input/output port) ... 21 
8.5 Conducted disturbance (wired network port) ... 22 
8.6 Harmonic current (AC power input port) ... 23 
8.7 Voltage change, voltage fluctuation and flicker (AC power input port) ... 23 
8.8 Transient conduction disturbance (DC power input/output port of in-vehicle
equipment) ... 23 
9 Method and level of immunity test ... 24 
9.1 Electrostatic discharge immunity ... 24 
9.2 Radio frequency electromagnetic field radiation immunity ... 24 
9.3 Electrical fast transient/burst immunity ... 25 
9.4 Surge (impact) immunity ... 25 
9.5 Conducted disturbance immunity of RF field sensing ... 26 
9.6 Power frequency magnetic field immunity ... 26 
9.7 Immunity to voltage dips, short-term interruptions and voltage changes ... 26 
9.8 Transient and surge immunity (in-vehicle environment) ... 28 
Annex A (normative) Measurement method for audio breakthrough ... 30 
Annex B (normative) Measurement method for throughput ... 33 
Requirement and measurement methods of
electromagnetic compatibility for cellular mobile
telecommunication equipment - Part 18: 5G user
equipment and ancillary equipment
1 Scope
This Part specifies electromagnetic compatibility requirements for 5G cellular
mobile communication system user equipment and ancillary equipment,
including measurement methods, frequency range, limits and performance
This Part is applicable to user equipment for portable and in-vehicle use, user
equipment powered by a power source and used in a fixed location, as well as
various data terminal equipment of 5G cellular communication system.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of
this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated
references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any
amendments) applies.
GB 17625.1, Electromagnetic compatibility - Limits - Limits for harmonic
current emissions (equipment input current ≤16 A per phase)
GB/T 17625.2, Electromagnetic compatibility limits (EMC) - Limitation of
voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker in public low-voltage supply
systems, for equipment with rated current ≤16A per phase and not subject to
conditional connection
GB/T 17626.2, Electromagnetic compatibility - Testing and measurement
techniques - Electrostatic discharge immunity test
GB/T 17626.3, Electromagnetic compatibility - Testing and measurement
techniques - Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test
GB/T 17626.4, Electromagnetic compatibility - Testing and measurement
techniques - Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test
3.1.1 User Equipment (UE)
A device that can access mobile cellular services through one or more wireless
interfaces. When this device accesses mobile cellular services, it can be
stationary or mobile in the cellular service area. The device can provide services
to one or more users at the same time.
3.1.2 Ancillary Equipment (AE)
A device connected to a wireless communication device that meets the
following conditions at the same time:
- Connect with wireless communication equipment, so as to provide
additional operating or control features, for example, extend operation or
control to other locations;
- Cannot be used independently of wireless devices, otherwise user
functions cannot be provided separately;
- The connected wireless communication device can still perform scheduled
operations such as transmitting and/or receiving without this ancillary
device (that is, ancillary equipment is not a subunit of the basic function of
the main equipment).
3.1.3 Associated Measurement Equipment (AME)
A device that assists the UE to work, enables the UE to work normally and/or
monitors the working status of the UE, for example, base station simulator. The
associated measurement equipment can be placed in the test area or outside
the test area. It should be placed outside the test area.
3.1.4 Channel Bandwidth
Single carrier transmission bandwidth configured in the cellular uplink and
downlink. Channel bandwidth unit is MHz. It provides reference for radio
frequency equipment of transmitter and receiver.
3.1.5 Enclosure Port
Physical boundary of the device. The electromagnetic field radiates or
penetrates through the boundary. The physical boundary of the plug-in is
defined by the host unit.
3.1.6 Traffic Mode
The user equipment is turned on and a connection is established with the radio
resource control module.
information transmission. Spurious emission includes harmonic emission,
parasitic emission, intermodulation products and frequency conversion
products, except out-of-band emission.
3.1.14 Wired Network Port
The port is for the purpose of voice, data and signal transmission, and is directly
connected to a single-user or multi-user communication network, for example,
public telephone network, xDSL, Ethernet and similar networks.
3.1.15 Throughput
The maximum number of valid data bits that can be successfully received per
second for the reference test channel in a specific environment.
3.1.16 Transient Phenomena
Harassment within a short time interval. It cannot be distinguished into two
continuous stable states.
3.1.17 Vehicular Equipment
Equipment that is fixedly installed on the vehicle and powered by the vehicle's
power system, or equipment used on a vehicle and equipped with a vehicle
power adapter to use the vehicle power system for power supply.
3.1.18 Common-mode Absorption Device
Device installed on the cable leading out of the radiation emission
measurement test space, so as to reduce compliance uncertainty.
3.2 Abbreviations
The following abbreviations apply to this document.
4.2 Test setup
4.2.1 General conditions
Same with 4.2.1 of YD/T 2583.2.
4.2.2 Test setup for transmitter input
Same with 4.2.2 of YD/T 2583.2.
4.2.3 Test setup for transmitter output
Same with 4.2.3 of YD/T 2583.2.
4.2.4 Test setup for receiver input
Same with 4.2.4 of YD/T 2583.2.
4.2.5 Test setup for receiver output
Same with 4.2.5 of YD/T 2583.2.
4.3 Narrowband response of receiver
When the receiver or the receiver of the receiver/transmitter is undergoing an
immunity test, the narrowband response of discrete frequencies shall be
determined by the following methods:
- During the immunity test (see 9.2 and 9.5), narrowband response and
broadband phenomena may cause the equipment under test to fail the
performance criteria specified in this document (see 6.2). In this case, the
frequency of the interference signal shall be adjusted to determine whether
it is a narrowband response or a broadband phenomenon;
- Offset the test frequency at ±1xBWchannelMHZ. Repeat the test. If the non-
conformity disappears, this situation is a narrowband response;
- If the non-conformity does not disappear, it may be a narrowband response
caused by another interference signal. In this case, offset the test frequency
at ±2xBWchannelMHz. Repeat the test. If the non-conformity has not
disappeared, it is a broadband phenomenon, that is, the equipment under
test fails the test.
Narrowband response shall be ignored.
4.4 Frequency band ......