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7  Layer 2Word-p. 615
7.1  MAC
7.1.1  Mapping between logical channels and transport channels
7.1.2  RACHWord-p. 624
7.1.2.1  Correct selection of RACH parameters / Random access preamble and PRACH resource explicitly signalled to the UE by RRC / Non-contention based random access procedure
7.1.2.1a  Correct selection of RACH parameters / Random access preamble and PRACH resource explicitly signalled to the UE by RRC / Non-contention based random access procedure for high speed scenarioWord-p. 628
7.1.2.2  Correct selection of RACH parameters / Random access preamble and PRACH resource explicitly signalled to the UE in PDCCH Order / Non-contention based random access procedureWord-p. 631Up
7.1.2.3  Correct selection of RACH parameters / Preamble selected by MAC itself / Contention based random access procedureWord-p. 634
7.1.2.3a  Correct selection of RACH parameters/ Preamble selected by MAC itself/ Contention based random access procedure/ Enhanced coverageWord-p. 638
7.1.2.3b  Correct selection of RACH parameters / Preamble selected by MAC itself / Contention based random access procedure for high speed scenarioWord-p. 645
7.1.2.4  Random access procedure / SuccessfulWord-p. 649
7.1.2.5  Random access procedure / MAC PDU containing multiple RARsWord-p. 657
7.1.2.6  Maintenance of uplink time alignmentWord-p. 660
7.1.2.7  MAC contention resolution / Temporary C-RNTIWord-p. 664
7.1.2.8  MAC contention resolution / C-RNTIWord-p. 667
7.1.2.9  MAC back off indicatorWord-p. 670
7.1.2.10  CA / Random access procedure / SCellWord-p. 674Up
7.1.2.11  CA / Maintenance of uplink time alignment / Multiple TA
7.1.3  DL-SCH data transferWord-p. 698
7.1.3.1  Correct handling of DL assignment / Dynamic caseUp
7.1.3.2  Correct handling of DL assignment / Semi-persistent caseWord-p. 700
7.1.3.3  MAC PDU header handlingWord-p. 708
7.1.3.3a  MAC PDU header handling / UE with limited TB sizeWord-p. 713
7.1.3.4  Correct HARQ process handling / DCCH and DTCHWord-p. 715
7.1.3.4a  Correct HARQ process handling / DCCH and DTCH/ Enhanced Coverage / CE Mode AWord-p. 718
7.1.3.5  Correct HARQ process handling / CCCHWord-p. 722
7.1.3.5a  Correct HARQ process handling / CCCH/ Enhanced Coverage / CE Mode AWord-p. 726
7.1.3.6  Correct HARQ process handling / BCCHWord-p. 731
7.1.3.7  MAC paddingWord-p. 736
7.1.3.8Void
7.1.3.9  MAC reset / DLWord-p. 738Up
7.1.3.11  CA / Correct HARQ process handling / DCCH and DTCH / Pcell and ScellWord-p. 741
7.1.3.12  TDD additional special subframe configuration / Special subframe pattern 9 with Normal Cyclic Prefix / CRS based transmission schemeWord-p. 758
7.1.3.12a  TDD additional special subframe configuration / Special subframe pattern 7 with Extended Cyclic Prefix / CRS based transmission schemeWord-p. 763
7.1.3.13  TDD additional special subframe configuration / Special subframe pattern 9 with Normal Cyclic Prefix / UE-specific reference signals based transmission schemeWord-p. 767
7.1.3.13a  TDD additional special subframe configuration / Special subframe pattern 7 with Extended Cyclic Prefix / UE-specific reference signals based transmission schemeWord-p. 776Up
7.1.3.14  Correct handling of DL assignment / Dynamic case / EPDCCHWord-p. 785
7.1.3.15  Correct handling of DL assignment / Semi-persistent case / EPDCCHWord-p. 788
7.1.3.16  Correct handling of DL assignment / Dynamic case / eIMTAWord-p. 798
7.1.3.16a  CA / Correct handling of DL assignment / Dynamic case / eIMTA / Inter-band CAWord-p. 801
7.1.4  UL-SCH data transferWord-p. 807
7.1.4.1  Correct handling of UL assignment / Dynamic case
7.1.4.2  Correct handling of UL assignment / Semi-persistent caseWord-p. 809
7.1.4.3  Logical channel prioritization handlingWord-p. 818
7.1.4.3a  Logical channel prioritization handling / UE with limited TB sizeWord-p. 821
7.1.4.4  Correct handling of MAC control information / Scheduling requests and PUCCHWord-p. 822Up
7.1.4.5  Correct handling of MAC control information / Scheduling requests and random access procedureWord-p. 824
7.1.4.6  Correct handling of MAC control information / Buffer status / UL data arrive in the UE Tx buffer and retransmission of BSR / Regular BSRWord-p. 829
7.1.4.7  Correct handling of MAC control information / Buffer Status / UL resources are allocated / Padding BSRWord-p. 836
7.1.4.7a  Correct handling of MAC control information / Buffer Status / UL resources are allocated / Cancellation of Padding BSRWord-p. 841
7.1.4.8  Correct handling of MAC control information / Buffer status / Periodic BSR timer expiresWord-p. 847
7.1.4.9Void
7.1.4.10  MAC paddingWord-p. 852
7.1.4.11  Correct HARQ process handlingWord-p. 855
7.1.4.12  MAC reset / ULWord-p. 862
7.1.4.12a  MAC Partial reset / UL for Voice and Video EnhancementWord-p. 866
7.1.4.13  MAC PDU header handlingWord-p. 870Up
7.1.4.14  Correct HARQ process handling / TTI bundlingWord-p. 875
7.1.4.15  UE power headroom reporting / Periodic reportingWord-p. 882
7.1.4.16  UE power headroom reporting / DL pathloss change reportingWord-p. 885
7.1.4.18  Correct handling of MAC control information / Buffer Status / UL data arrive in the UE Tx buffer / Extended buffer sizeWord-p. 889
7.1.4.19  CA / UE power headroom reporting / SCell activation and DL pathloss change reporting / Extended PHRUp
7.1.4.20  CA / Correct handling of MAC control information / Buffer status
7.1.4.21  UE power headroom reporting / Extended PHR
7.1.4.22  Correct HARQ process handling / UL MIMOWord-p. 909
7.1.4.23  Correct HARQ process handling / TTI bundling with enhanced HARQ patternWord-p. 916Up
7.1.4.24  Correct HARQ process handling / TTI bundling without resource allocation restrictionWord-p. 921
7.1.4.24a  Correct HARQ process handling / TTI bundling without resource allocation restriction / UE with limited TB sizeWord-p. 928
7.1.4.24b  Correct HARQ process handling / Enhanced Coverage / CE Mode AWord-p. 929
7.1.4.24c  Correct HARQ process handling / Enhanced Coverage / CE Mode BWord-p. 935
7.1.4.25  FDD-TDD CA / Correct HARQ process handling / PUSCHWord-p. 941
7.1.4.26  Dual Connectivity / Correct handling of MAC control information / Buffer statusWord-p. 946
7.1.4.27  Dual Connectivity headroom reportingWord-p. 951Up
7.1.4.28  Correct handling of UL assignment / Dynamic case / eIMTAWord-p. 960
7.1.4.28a  CA / Correct handling of UL assignment / Dynamic case / eIMTA / Inter-band CAWord-p. 964
7.1.4.29  CA / PUCCH SCellWord-p. 970
7.1.4a  DL-SCH and UL-SCH data transferWord-p. 981
7.1.5  PUSCH HoppingWord-p. 994Up
7.1.6  DRX operationWord-p. 1005
7.1.7  Transport block size selectionWord-p. 1038
7.1.7.0  Specific configurations
7.1.7.1  DL-SCH transport block size selectionWord-p. 1039
7.1.7.1.1  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 1 / RA type 0
7.1.7.1.2  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 1 / RA type 1Word-p. 1056
7.1.7.1.3  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 1A / RA type 2 / Localised VRBWord-p. 1073
7.1.7.1.4  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 1A / RA type 2 / Distributed VRBWord-p. 1090
7.1.7.1.5  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 2A / RA type 0 / Two transport blocks enabled / Transport block to codeword swap flag value set to '0'Word-p. 1107Up
7.1.7.1.6  DL-SCH Transport Block Size selection / DCI format 2A / RA type 1 / Two transport blocks enabled / Transport block to codeword swap flag value set to '1'Word-p. 1126
7.1.7.1.6a  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 2A / RA type 0 and RA type 1 / Two transport blocks enabled / 3 and 4 Layer Spatial MultiplexingWord-p. 1142
7.1.7.1.7  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 1 / RA type 0 / 256QAMWord-p. 1168
7.1.7.1.8  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 1 / RA type 1 / 256QAMWord-p. 1189
7.1.7.1.9  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 1B / RA type 2 / Localised VRB / 256QAMWord-p. 1211
7.1.7.1.10  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 1B / RA type 2 / Distributed VRB / 256QAMWord-p. 1234
7.1.7.1.11  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 2A / RA type 0 / Two transport blocks enabled / Transport block to codeword swap flag value set to '0' / 256QAMWord-p. 1257
7.1.7.1.12  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 2A / RA type 1 / Two transport blocks enabled / Transport block to codeword swap flag value set to ' 1' / 256QAMWord-p. 1273
7.1.7.1.12a  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 2A / RA type 0 and RA type 1 / Two transport blocks enabled / 3 and 4 Layer Spatial Multiplexing / 256QAMWord-p. 1290
7.1.7.1.13  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 6-1A / RA type 2 / Localised VRBWord-p. 1317Up
7.1.7.1.14  DL-SCH transport block size selection / DCI format 6-1BWord-p. 1330
7.1.7.2  UL-SCH transport block size supportWord-p. 1340
7.1.8  Reporting of Rank Indicator (RI)Word-p. 1374
7.1.9  Activation/Deactivation of SCellsWord-p. 1381
7.1.10  Coordinated Multi-Point Operation (CoMP) for LTEWord-p. 1386
7.1.11  Licensed Assisted AccessWord-p. 1393
7.1.12  Data InactivityWord-p. 1399
7.2  RLCWord-p. 1402Up
7.2.1  General
7.2.2  Unacknowledged mode
7.2.3  Acknowledged modeWord-p. 1432
7.3  PDCPWord-p. 1491
7.3.1  Maintenance of PDCP sequence numbers for radio bearers
7.3.2Void
7.3.3  PDCP ciphering and decipheringWord-p. 1498Up
7.3.4  PDCP integrity protectionWord-p. 1510
7.3.5  PDCP handoverWord-p. 1521
7.3.6  PDCP OthersWord-p. 1535
7.3.7  PDCP Dual ConnectivityWord-p. 1536
7.3.8  PDCP ProSe Device to DeviceWord-p. 1562
7.3.9  PDCP V2X Sidelink CommunicationWord-p. 1571

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