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What is the PBR (prioritized bit rate) in LTE ?

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I need more clear information about it, also what kind of channels it takes ?

posted Jul 8, 2014 by Urmat

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The PBR is the data rate provided to one logical channel before allocating any transmission resource to a lower-priority logical channel)

The idea behind prioritized bit rate is to support for each bearer, including low priority non-GBR bearers, a minimum bit rate in order to avoid a potential starvation. Each bearer should at least get enough resources in order to achieve the prioritized bit rate (PRB).

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answer Jul 8, 2014 by Salil Agrawal
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