DCI#9/13 PDCCH Transmission Configuration (Advanced LTE-A FDD R10 Downlink)

5 Aug

 

FrameSubframe

Process

State

Format

Data

Data Size

RNTI

Search Space

Agg Level

Candidate

CCE Offset

Hopping Flag

Hopping RA

RA TypeRB Offset

RB Size

RBG Start #1 (S0)

RBG End #1 (S1-1)

RBG Start #2 (S2)

RBG End #2 (S3-1)

MCS Index(1)

NDI(1)

TPC PUSCH

Cyclic Shift

CSI Request

SRS Request

Frame

Displays the radio frame number.

Subframe

Displays the subframe number (0 to 9) in radio frame.

Process

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State

Choice: On | Off

Default: Off

Double-click or use the drop-down menu to turn the subframe state on or off.

Where the data is set to Auto-Configured Bits, this parameter is read only and automatically defined by corresponding DL-SCH. Otherwise this is settable by the user.

Format

Choice: 0 | 1 | 1A | 1B | 1C | 1D | 2 | 2A | 2B | 2C | 3 | 3A

Double-click or use the drop-down menu to enable the DCI Format.

This parameter indicates DCI Format type to the corresponding DL-SCH.

This parameter is automatically selected by DL-SCH and system settings.

Refer to See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212, and 36.213.

Range: 0 to 1

Default: 0

Enter a value of the Scramble ID for UE-specific Reference Signals (DM-RS).

This parameter indicates the Scramble ID for DM-RS and is only available when:

  • DM-RS Antenna Port = Port 7 or Port 8 and
  • DCI Format = 2B or 2C.

See 3GPP TS 36.211 and 36.213 for more information.

Data

Choice: PN9 | PN15 | Auto-Configured Bits | User Defined Bits

Default: Auto-Configured Bits

Use the Data Source Selection dialog box to select ‘PN9’, ‘PN15’, ‘Auto-Configured Bits’ or ‘User Defined Bits’ to use for the DCI data contents.

Where Auto-Configured Bits, displays Auto, DCI data contents contains corresponding DL-SCH data and the state is not settable. Otherwise DCI data contents are indicated sequence with data size and the state is settable.

Data Size

Range: 1 to 100

Enter the payload data size (bits) for DCI.

Where the data is set to Auto-Configured Bits, this parameter is read only and automatically defined by corresponding DL-SCH. Otherwise this is settable.

For more details, refer to 3GPP TS 36.212.

RNTI

Range: 0 to 65535

Where Data is set to Auto-Configured Bits, this parameter is read only and automatically defined by corresponding DL-SCH. Otherwise this is settable.

Search Space

Choice: Common | UE Specific

Default: UE Specific

Double-click or use the drop-down menu to set the search space auto-assignment of the PDCCH channels.

Where RNTI = 65535 (SI-RNTI) and Data = Auto-Configured Bits, this cell is set to Common and is a read only parameter. Otherwise this cell is settable.

Agg Level

Choice: 1 | 2 | 4 | 8

Default: 1

Double-click or use the drop-down menu to select the aggregation level for the DCI.

For more details, refer to 3GPP TS 36.211 and 36.213.

Candidate

Choice: 1 | 2 | 4 | 8

Default: 1

Enter the DCI candidate number for the DCI.

When Search Space Auto-Assignment is enabled, this parameter is read only and automatically assigned from unused lower number.

Otherwise this parameter is assigned manually by user.

The range depends on other settings as follows.

  • 0 to 5 (UE-Specific and Aggregation Level = 1 or 2)
  • 0 to 1 (UE-Specific and Aggregation Level = 4 or 8)
  • 0 to 3 (Common and Aggregation Level = 4)
  • 0 to 1 (Common and Aggregation Level = 8)

For more details, refer to 3GPP TS 36.211 and 36.213.

CCE Offset

Displays the CCE Offset which is automatically calculated by other parameters.

For more details, refer to 3GPP TS 36.213.

Hopping Flag

Choice: On | Off

Default: Off

Click the check box to set the frequency hopping flag on or off.

See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212 and 36.213 for more information.

Hopping RA

Choice: (It depends on Uplink System Bandwidth.)

00: Type1 +1/4 | 01: Type1 -1/4 | 10: Type1 +1/2 | 11: Type2 2 (Uplink System Bandwidth >= 10MHz)

0: Type1 +1/2 | 1:Type2 (Uplink System Bandwidth < 10MHz)

Default:

10: Type1 +1/2 (Uplink System Bandwidth >= 10MHz)

0: Type1 +1/2 (Uplink System Bandwidth < 10MHz)

Use the drop-down menu to select the hopping type of PUSCH scheduling information which is transmitted on PDCCH.

Parameter choice and hopping bits depend on Uplink System Bandwidth.

Hopping bits (1 bit): Uplink System Bandwidth < 10MHz

Hopping bits (2 bits): Uplink System Bandwidth >= 10MHz

See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212 and 36.213 for more information.

RA Type

Range: 0 to 1 (DCI Format 4, or DCI Format 0 and Uplink System Bandwidth <= Downlink System Bandwidth case)

Default: 0

Enter the resource allocation type of PUSCH scheduling information which is transmitted on PDCCH.

DCI Format 4, or DCI Format 0 and Uplink System Bandwidth <= Downlink System Bandwidth case, this field is only present. Otherwise it’s hidden.

0: Resource Allocation Type 0. A set of contiguously allocated virtual resource block which indicated by a starting resource block (Virtual Resource Block Offset) and length (Virtual Resource Block Size).

1: Resource Allocation Type 1. Two sets of resource blocks with each set including one or more consecutive resource block groups of size P same as downlink RBG size for uplink system bandwidth.

See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212 and 36.213, for more information.

RB Offset

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RB Size

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RBG Start #1 (S0)

Range: (It depends on Uplink System Bandwidth which is shown in parentheses.)

1 to 4 (1.4 MHz)

1 to 6 (3 MHz)

1 to 11 (5 MHz)

1 to 15 (10 MHz)

1 to 17 (15 MHz)

1 to 23 (20 MHz)

Default: 1

Enter the starting RBG index of cluster #1 (s0) of PUSCH scheduling information which is transmitted on PDCCH.

In case of resource allocation type = Type 1 (RA Type = 1), this parameter is active. Otherwise inactive.

There is input limitation which is s0 < s1 < s2 < s3.

Note that the resource block index is shown in parentheses.

See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212 and 36.213, for more information.

RBG End #1 (S1-1)

Range: (It depends on Uplink System Bandwidth which is shown in parentheses.)

1 to 4 (1.4MHz)

1 to 6 (3MHz)

1 to 11 (5MHz)

1 to 15 (10MHz)

1 to 17 (15MHz)

1 to 23 (20MHz)

Default:

2 (1.4MHz)

3 (3MHz)

6 (5MHz)

8 (10MHz)

8 (15MHz)

12 (20MHz)

Enter the ending RBG index of cluster #1 (s1-1) of PUSCH scheduling information which is transmitted on PDCCH.

In case of resource allocation type = Type 1 (RA Type = 1), this parameter is active. Otherwise inactive.

There is input limitation which is s0 < s1 < s2 < s3.

Note that the resource block index is shown in parentheses.

See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212 and 36.213, for more information.

RBG Start #2 (S2)

Range: (It depends on Uplink System Bandwidth which is shown in parentheses.)

3 to 6 (1.4MHz)

3 to 8 (3MHz)

3 to 13 (5MHz)

3 to 17 (10MHz)

3 to 19 (15MHz)

3 to 25 (20MHz)

Default:

5 (1.4MHz)

5 (3MHz)

8 (5MHz)

10 (10MHz)

10 (15MHz)

14 (20MHz)

Enter the starting RBG index of cluster #2 (s2) of PUSCH scheduling information which is transmitted on PDCCH.

In case of resource allocation type = Type 1 (RA Type = 1), this parameter is active. Otherwise inactive.

There is input limitation which is s0 < s1 < s2 < s3.

Note that the resource block index is shown in parentheses.

See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212 and 36.213, for more information.

RBG End #2 (S3-1)

Range: (It depends on Uplink System Bandwidth which is shown in parentheses.)

3 to 6 (1.4MHz)

3 to 8 (3MHz)

3 to 13 (5MHz)

3 to 17 (10MHz)

3 to 19 (15MHz)

3 to 25 (20MHz)

Default:

6 (1.4MHz)

7 (3MHz)

12 (5MHz)

16 (10MHz)

18 (15MHz)

24 (20MHz)

Enter the ending RBG index of cluster #2 (s3-1) of PUSCH scheduling information which is transmitted on PDCCH.

In case of resource allocation type = Type 1 (RA Type = 1), this parameter is active. Otherwise inactive.

There is input limitation which is s0 < s1 < s2 < s3.

Note that the resource block index is shown in parentheses.

See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212 and 36.213, for more information.

MCS Index(1)

Range: 0 to 31

Default: 0

Set modulation and coding scheme of transmission in the selected subframe.

NDI(1)

Choice: On|Off

Default: 0

Set new data indicator of the transmission in the selected subframe.

TPC PUSCH

Choice: TPC #0 | TPC #1 | TPC #2 | TPC #3

Default: TPC #0

Select the TPC command for PUSCH in the selected subframe.

Cyclic Shift

Range: 0 to 7

Default: 0

Enter the cyclic shift for DM-RS and OCC index of PUSCH scheduling information which is transmitted on PDCCH.

See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212 and 36.213, for more information.

CSI Request

Choice: On|Off

Default: Off

Set CSI Request state of the transmission in the selected subframe.

SRS Request

Range:

0 to 3 (2 bits) or 0 to 1 (1 bit)

0 to 3 (DCI Format 4 case)

0 to 1 (DCI Format 0 and UE-specific search space case)

Default: 0

Enter the SRS request of PUSCH scheduling information which is transmitted on PDCCH.

DCI Format 4, or DCI Format 0 and UE-specific search space case, this range is given by 2-bits field and 1-bit field, respectively. Otherwise it’s hidden.

See 3GPP TS 36.211, 36.212 and 36.213, for more information.

Source: http://rfmw.em.keysight.com/wireless/helpfiles/n7624b/Content/Main/DCI_9_or_13_PDCCH_Tx_Config_Window_(Adv_LTE-A_FDD_R10_DL).htm

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