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For 3 MHz B.W. in LTE, do UEs have UE specific search space?

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In LTE, for 3MHz bandwidth, number of resource element groups available are 110. So, no.of CCEs = 12. As far as I know maximum number of CCEs for common search space is 16. So my doubt is whether these 12 CCEs are used as common search space or can be also used as UE specific search space?

posted Apr 21, 2020 by anonymous

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