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LTE: What does the significance of "sr-ProhibitTimer" ?

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LTE: What does the significance of "sr-ProhibitTimer" ?
posted Mar 29, 2014 by Vimal Kumar Mishra

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sr-ProhibitTimer was introduced in Rel-9. This is to prevent the UE from sending a SR within a short duration of having already sent a SR, as there will be a round-trip-delay (typically about 4ms) since the SR is made and Grant is sent, UE will not be allowed to do a SR during the time this timer is active.
sr-ProhibitTimer is defined in multiples of sr-periodicity.

answer Apr 1, 2014 by Chandra Javalkar
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