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LTE: Why the value of maxCellReport is 8 ?

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While going through the 36.331, I found the value of maxCellReport is 8. why it is 8 ?

posted Apr 20, 2014 by Harshita

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This syntax has been introduced in release 9 and in release 8 it was for further study (FFS).
We know that release 9 is an Introduction to LTE-Advanced i.e. also an Introduction to 8 x 8 MIMO.

So maximum 8 x 8 antennas is for downlink and 4 x 4 for uplink.

I think it is clear now that maximum 8 cell can report to E-NodeB for one radio bearers/ user.

answer Apr 21, 2014 by Hiteshwar Thakur
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I have gone through spec 36.331.
"E-UTRAN only configures a single measurement object for a given frequency, i.e. it is not possible to configure two or more measurement objects for the same frequency with different associated parameters, e.g. different offsets and/ or blacklists".

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