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How the concatenation and segmentation works in Physical Downlink Shared Channel (PDSCH) processing?

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How the concatenation and segmentation works in Physical Downlink Shared Channel (PDSCH) processing?
posted Mar 26, 2014 by Hiteshwar Thakur

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Segmentation and concatenation in PDSCH is resulting from the fact that the maximum size of block that is encoded by turbo encoder is 6114 bits. However if the size of the data for the UE in a particular TTI is larger than 6114, the PHY layer performs segmentation into several codeblocks. Then, each of these codeblocks is separately encoded by turbo encoder. After encoding the PHY layer performs concatenation of all of these encoded codeblocks, to get a single transport block to be processed further on as a single.

answer Mar 26, 2014 by Ankur Athari
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