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How to calculate the message size in LTE

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I am trying to know how long a LTE message does in a particular situation.

For example, I want to know the size of "UE Context Release Request" message . I know this message is sent over S1-AP.

Could you guys suggest me how to calculate the size of this message (in bytes)? What method should be applied to calculate every message in LTE (control messages over GTP-C, etc)?

posted Nov 11, 2014 by anonymous

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On behalf of Bart -
Spec have to define the field size plus all headers. You would get max size from it. Hope this helps.

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