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LTE: What is significance of PDU_WITHOUT_POLL, BYTE_WITHOUT_POLL variables ?

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LTE: What is significance of PDU_WITHOUT_POLL, BYTE_WITHOUT_POLL variables ?
posted Dec 5, 2013 by Harshita

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Polling means check the status of (a device), especially as part of a repeated cycle.

Significance of these variables/timers/counters PDU_WITHOUT_POLL and BYTE_WITHOUT_POLL is to tell the other AMD-RLC peer when to trigger the STATUS report.

Initially the values for these counters will be set to 0 and Upon assembly of a new AMD PDU, the transmitting side of an AM RLC entity will increase the counter to 1.

PDU_WITHOUT_POLL= will count the PDU's that how many PDU's it can allow without asking for the status report.

BYTE_WITHOUT_POLL: will count the number of bytes it can allow without asking the status report.

answer Apr 1, 2014 by Hiteshwar Thakur
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