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TS 25.302 (RAN6)
UTRA – Services provided by the Physical Layer

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Amaanat, Ali
See also:  TS 36.302    

This TS is a specification of the services provided by the physical layer of UTRA to upper layers.

The physical layer offers data transport services to higher layers. The access to these services is through the use of transport channels via the MAC sub-layer. The characteristics of a transport channel are defined by its transport format (or format set), specifying the physical layer processing to be applied to the transport channel in question, such as convolutional channel coding and interleaving, and any service-specific rate matching as needed.

The physical layer operates exactly according to the L1 radio frame timing. A transport block is defined as the data accepted by the physical layer to be jointly CRC protected. The transmission block timing is then tied exactly to the TTI timing, e.g. every transmission block is generated precisely every TTI.

A UE can set up multiple transport channels simultaneously, each having own transport characteristics (e.g. offering different error correction capability). Each transport channel can be used for information stream transfer of one radio bearer or for layer 2 and higher layer signalling messages.


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1   Scope [R3]   PDF-p. 8
2   References [R3]
3   Definitions and abbreviations [R3]
4   Interfaces to the physical layer [R3]   PDF-p. 11
5   Services and functions of the physical layer [R3]
6   Model of physical layer of the UE [R3]   PDF-p. 14
7   Formats and configurations for L1 data transfer [R3]   PDF-p. 34
8   UE Simultaneous Physical Channels combinations [R3]

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