Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. et al

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EXHIBITS re 660 Administrative Motion to File Under Seal Apple Inc.'s Notice of Motion and Motion for Partial Summary Judgment Exhibits to Mueller Declaration ISO Apple's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment [660-9] filed byApple Inc.(a California corporation). (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 2, # 2 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 3, # 3 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 4, # 4 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 5, # 5 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 6, # 6 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 7, # 7 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 8, # 8 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 9, # 9 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 10, # 10 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 11, # 11 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 12, # 12 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 13, # 13 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 14, # 14 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 15, # 15 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 16, # 16 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 17, # 17 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 18, # 18 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 19, # 19 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 20, # 20 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 21, # 21 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 22, # 22 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 23, # 23 Exhibit Mueller Decl Exhibit 24)(Related document(s) 660 ) (Selwyn, Mark) (Filed on 1/25/2012)

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Mueller Exhibit 23 TSG-RAN Working Group 1 meeting #7 Hannover, Germany August 30 - September 3, 1999 TS GR1#7(99)d76 Agenda item: Source: Ericsson Title: Text proposal for 25.212 Document for: Decision 1 Introduction This paper is an updated version of [1]. In Ad Hoc 4 the following points were identified and agreed: ¯ Section 4.2.5: physical channel segmentation should be replaced by radio frame segmentation. ¯ Section 4.2.6.3 xv,, should be replaced by ¯ Section 4.2.11.1 The reference to DPCCH should be removed and it should be stated explicitly that the PhCH can be turned off. ¯ Section 4.2.11.2 The reference to DPCCH should be removed. The document including these changes was recommended for approval by WG1. After the Ad Hoc the following two editorial comments were received: ¯ Section 3.2: n should be replaced by ¯ Section 4.2.10 step 7: xp~ should be replaced by ups. These two changes are also included in this updated text proposal. In order to avoid discussion about how different text proposals should be merged, it was agreed in Ad Hoc 4 that this text proposal should include [2]-[4] and that the sections addressed by [5]-[6] should be excluded. The updated versions of [5]-[6] should reflect the changes proposed in [1]. 2 References [1] Ericsson, ~TSGRl#7(99)b29 Proposal for new notation in 25.212". [2] Ericsson, ~TSGRl#7(99)b31 Comments on first multiplexing". [3] Ericsson, ~TSGRl#7(99)b30 DTX insertion in case of multicode". [4] Ericsson, ~TSGRl#7(99)b32 Transport block concatenation and code block segmentation". [5] Mitsubishi Electric, ~TSGRl#7(99)a80 Text proposal for DL rate matching signalling". [6] Qualcomm, ~TSGRl#(99)b05 Simplified t~ansport block equalization and segmentation". APLNDC-WH-A 0000010046 3 Text proposal for 25.212 3.2 Symbols For the purposes of the present document, the following symbols apply: <symbol> <Explanation> . .a .b..s..o. ! .u..t.<v..a.!.u..<o..f..~ i TrCH number /~ 1 Bit number TF number .l%0.~.£[~m~..n...u.m.b.e.j; of TrCH i. {/_,. ................. p.. .................. E.h...C..~..n...u...m..b.~, r I Code block number Number of TK2Hs in a CCTK2H. P Number of PhCHs used for one CCTrCH. ..c.~ ..N...u...m..b..e..r.~.~.~.f.~.c..~...d..e.~.b..]..~..c.~.k..s.~.i~.n.~.~.~.n..e.~T~T.I.~.~..f ................. & ................ ..N...u...m.?.~..e.r...~..f...r..a..d..i..~...f.r..a...m..e..s.....m....~...n..e....T...T..I...~...f..T..r ~.L.. ...............~...u..n..c...m...r.i.n..g...~..i.~.t...f.~..r...t..h..e....u.p.1i~...s..i.~....a.!!..e..d...f.r..~...m....h..i.g . 3.3 Abbreviations For the purposes of the present document, tke following abbreviations apply: <ACRONYM> <Explanation> ACS ARQ BCH BER BLER BS CCPCH CCTrCH DCH DL DPCH DPCCH DPDCH DS-CDMA DSCH FACH FDD FER Mcps Add, Compare, Select Automatic Repeat Request Broadcast Channel Bit Error Rate Block Error Rate Base Station Common Control Physical Channel Coded Composite Transport Channel Dedicated Channel Downlink (Forward link) Dedicated Physical Channel Dedicated Physical Control Channel Dedicated Physical Data Channel Direct-Sequence Code Division Multiple Access Downlink Shared Channel Forward Access Channel Frequency Division Duplex Frame Error Rate Mega Chip Per Second APLNDC-WH-A 0000010047 MS OVSF PCH PRACH Mobile Station Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor (codes) Paging Channel Physical Random Access Channel RACH RX SCH SF SIR Random Access Channel Receive Synchronisation Channel Spreading Factor Signal-to-Interference Ratio ..PhC...H.................P...h.y..s.i.c..a.!. T.F...c.. .Tr~..n..~.p..o.r.t..F...o.~..~.t....C...o...m...b..i..n. ~.t.i..o...n. .................. TFCI TPC Transport Format Combination Indicator Transmit Power Contxol TTI TX UL Transmission Time Interval Transmit Uplink (Reverse link) T.r..c...H.. .................T~..n..~.p..o.r.t....C..h..a~! -- snip -- 4.2 Transport-channel coding/multiplexing Data arrives to the coding/multiplexing unit in form of transport block sets once every transmission time interval. The transmission time interval is transport-channel specific from the set { 10 ms, 20 ms, 40 ms, 80 ms}. The following coding/multiplexing steps can be identified: ¯ Add CRC to each transport block (see Section 4.2.1) ¯ Trans£ort block concatenation and code block se_ggmentation _(see Section 4.2.2) ¯ Channel coding (see Section 4.2.3) ¯ Rate matching (see Section 4.2.6) ¯ Insertion of discontinuous transmission (DTX) indication bits (see Section 4.2._8-7-) ¯ Interleaving (two steps, see Section 4.2.4 and 4.2.10) ¯ Radio frame segmentation (see Section 4.2.5) ¯ Multiplexing of transport channels (t~ve--s4eps-; see Section ¢:,%2--a~d 4.2._7g) ¯ Physical channel segmentation (see Section 4.2.9) ¯ Mapping to physical channels (see Section 4.2.11) The coding/multiplexing steps for uplink and downlink are shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2 respectively. APLNDC-WH-A 0000010048 Figure 1_. Transport channel multiplexing structure for uplink. APLNDC-WH-A 0000010049 aiml, aim2, aim3 ,,,,, ai~ ¯ ~ CRC attachment him1, him2, him3,..., [3 iml~ Code block se_~gmentation Oirl ~ Oir2 ~ Oir3 ~ ¯ , , ~ OirK + Channel coding Rate matching matching gil, gi2, gi3," ", giG~ * Insertion of DTX indication with fixed positions hil, hi2, hi3,..., hi(F~H~) + ._ -" 1~ interleaving qil, qi2, qi3," ¯ ", qiQ~ + Radio frame segmentation 2~-TrCH Multiplexing S1~$2~$3~. ¯ ,~SS Insertion of DTX indication with flexible positions ]d71 , ]d72, ]d73,,, ,,]dTpu Physical channel segmentation 2’~d interleaving Physical channel mapping APLNDC-WH-A 0000010050 Figure .2.. Transport channel multiplexing structure for downlink. 4.2.1 Error detection Error detection is provided on transport blocks through a Cyclic Redundancy Check. The CRC is 16, 8 or 0 bits and it is signalled from higher layers what CRC length that should be used for each t-ra{aspor~ eha~melTrCH. 4.2.1.1 CRC Calculation The entire transport block is used to calculate the CRC parity bits for each transport block. The parity bits are generated by one of flae following cyclic generator polynomials: gcRc16(D) = D16 + D12 + D5 + 1 gcRcs(D) = D8 + D7 + D4 + D3 + D + 1 Denote the bits in a transport block delivered to layer 1 by aiml, aim2, aim3,..., aim4~ and the parity bits by ]giml, ]9im2, PimP,’’’, ]gim~, Pv,’P~;’"’""I%. .T....r~...H....~..,....m....i..s...t..h..e...t.r..a...n..s.p..~...rt....b.~.~.~b~,.and L~ is 16, 8, or 0 depending on what is signalled from higher layers. The encoding is performed in a systematic form, which means flaat in GF(2), the polynomial ~A +15 ~A +14 16 15 14 1 +... + aim4~D + ]gimlD + ]gim2D +...+ ]gimlsD + Piml6 aimlL) + + aim2L) + N+t-5 1-5 aN+l-4 a-- .1-~ b ,,D. ..+.b~4) ....... ,,-,--+-ba~D a- -ptD .....p~D .14 ...... -+-,-,,---,--p~.slO .-+-p+6 yields a remainder equal to 0 when divided by gc~c16(D). Similarly, ~A +7 ~A +6 D8 7 aimlL) + + aim2L) + +"" + ai~l~ 6 1 + ]gimlD + ]gim2D +... + ]gimTD + Pim8 b~Di,,~+7..+.b~DN-+6..+..::.:..+.b~cDg.+.p~OT.+.p.~O~,.+.:.::..+.pv.D-1. yields a remainder equal to 0 when divided by gc~cs(D). 4.2.1.2 Relation between input and output of the Cyclic Redundancy Check E-it+--de~i +~er~--~e--la?ev--l--~ e--dene+~d--gl;--~2;--g~;--:v:--~;-- +~ he~-e-N-%-4~e-l~n~tk--of--t~- +r-a~--30!~h:--The bits after CRC a~ac~ent are denoted by him1 ,bim2,bim~,...,bi~ or-O,..~h~2~..~5~. The relation between ~m~ and ,~O.~m~ is: fr~m~f~:e+er~t+ar~s.~rt~hm~a~I~ar+~eri~ly~e~eat~nat~d‘~ene~e~t~ae~, um~r--eg--t+a~p~t--eha~s APLNDC-WH-A 0000010051 Ol~ :~- "V¢~ t~k~p.I4) .......................................................... i~ -= -P-I~--÷--1-;--.-:-.- r -(P- ÷--I~K k-=--(-2-P----4-}K--÷--t-;--::-:;--~P-K d~. =-~V~t~(.~>~.~K.~ ......... J - ;A ~t~-Ab~ve~it~i-s-~ss~med4hat~a#~rans~t-~l~¢#s~have~t~same-~ize-.~T~e~re~ar~eas~ he~-gqe--total 4.2.2 Transport block concatenation and code block .s...e..gm.e...n..t..a..ti..o....n 4.2.2.1 Concatenation of transport blocks APLNDC-WH-A 0000010052 Oi2k = xi,(:+< ~ ......................... .1.t....1..,..2.. ......... 0i3k = .?~i,(k+ 2Ki ) ....................... .......1..,...2.~..:::.~...K..t. ~ 222. Oic~k = Xi(k+(C, 1)X,) .............. ./~......J:,..~ ......... oic~: = 0 ..................................... ./.<.....(..K..~.:...120...+...!,...(,.:...15..~)...+....2. ......... 4.2.3 Channel coding APLNDC-WH-A 0000010053 The following channel coding schemes can be applied to t-ranspc~rt--charmelTr~.I~!s. ¯ Convolutional coding ¯ Turbo coding ¯ No channel coding Table 1_. Error Correction Coding Parameters Transport channel type Coding scheme Coding rate BCH PCH 1/2 Convolutional code FACH RACH DCH 1/3, 1/2, or no coding DCH Turbo code Notel: The exact physical layer encoding/decoding capabilities for difJbrent code types are FFS. Note2: In the UE the channel coding capability should be linked to the terminal class. <Ericsson’s note: Combined mode is assumed as indicated in the introduction. > ~<EJi~s~te~.~Combi~ed~o~egme~ted~m~de~wi~h~Tu~rbo~eoa~ngis~E~S~ 4.2.3.1 Convolutional coding 4.2.3.1.1 Convolutional coder ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ Constxaint length K=9. Coding rate 1/3 and 1/2. The configuration of the convolutional coder is presented in Figure 4-3. The output from the convolutional coder shall be done in the order s4ax4ing-fr~om-output0, outputl., and output2,..9.u..t.p..u..t.0..,.9..u..tp.u..t..1. ......... .o..u..t.p..u..t2... (When coding rate is 1/2, output is done up to output 1). K-1 tail bits (value 0) shall be added to the end of the cod.e.ing-block.b.e..f.9.r..e....e..n.9...o..d..i..n.g. The initial value of the shift register of fine coder shall be "all 0". -- snip -- t-hey--a~e--segmer-tt e 4-before-eon~) t~ti~)na-t-enee~ti~g,--tDenot e--t he-r-mmt~-~ f--~a~spo~--M~s-~ f~re-~din~ APLNDC-WH-A 0000010054 L~agtl~-of-eoded-N~- -s~- -C---=-r<)tmg--uN--P-M-/--S--) P~ema-i~de ~ ~- ~ -=--P-M----- g -rou~g_- dowry- ~M--/- S --) -- snip -- 10 APLNDC-WH-A 0000010055 -t -.-L-et- Ar~.-= -roung_--up(- Na~r~.-/--(--5 -t -2-0-----:~@a~--)--) Here~÷nd..u~(.~.~sta~ds.~fe~en~sma~est.4~erge~rmm~bei~g~arge~.e~.eq~a.~.t~..~.: A~,~msb~r~eede~4a~ut~seg~ems~a~e~f.~qua~.~i~e~e~&t~ref~e.t~sa~msb~i~es~ea~s.ea~.~.us~ fe~-atl-msbo-segmeats:--A-~umber-~ f--systema-tie-:~i4s-~>ves-ar~-en4ir-e-ehatmel--in4efle a-~m~-N~h-a4-~dtput--ef e q~a 1--size- {e--the--p~e eeden{-~ae s:- The- f-il-le~ -bits- are- e-neoded: -- snip -- 4.2.4 1st interleaving Radio frame segmentation Rate matching =..s...n.ip...= ~£~.~.......~.~O.N.....~......N, 4.2.6.5 Relation between D~ut an6 ouDut 6ownlink ...... and ......... Gi = N+ il .. il 11 APLNDC-WH-A 0000010056 4,2-;8-2."~.-~..r.Q~.. M~.ulti plexi ng 4..:2...:..7. ........... F~bot.h~.ir~ap~down~ir~;~radio~.frames~m~ea~h~ha~me~.~e~dmg~and.~mu~ip~eK.in~zhai~s.are.serially charmel coding and mcaltiplex;mg chains. Following subsection describes ~&e input~output ~elationship ef i 4:.2:.7:.1.4:.2:.8:.1....Secend..multiple×ing.in.up!ink 12 APLNDC-WH-A 0000010057 4=2=L24=-2=-8=2--Se~nd--multiple~ing--in-downlink. E-its-fr--om-radie--frame-se~enta-tion-Eits-fr--o m-ra die--frame-s e ~ent-at ionEits-fr~-om-radie--frame-se~ent-ationEits -from radio - frame -se~ent ation -N:--~v:;--~:)[~;---.-::---~v~: and-defined-gy-the-fo!!ewmg--relationship! 4..2=TInsertion ..4.,...2.,..8. ............ of disconti nuous transmission (DTX) indication bits In the downlink, DTX is used to fill up the .r..a...d]9..frame....w.j.t..h...~.qi.t.s.. The insertion point of DTX indication bits depends on whether fixed or flexible positions of the t-m~spe~t--charmelTj;~.I~s used-in--the--mdie-freme.-.It is up to the UTRAN to decide..[gr..~.~12.~.~.T.r~J~ whether fixed or flexible positions are-- used during the connection.foreach.transpo~t.chan~e!=.. DTX indication- bits only indicate when the txansmission should be turned off, they are not txansmitted. 4:2:7,1..Insertion of DTX indication bits with fixed positions This step of inserting DTX indication bits is used only .i..f....t..h..e....p..o..s.i..t.i..o...n..s.....o..f....t..h..e.~-or---fAo~ transport eha~mel:T.r...C..H..s ~n~t~h~e~r~a~d~]9~f~r~a~m~e~a~r~e~f~j~x~#~d~>vhiehuse~fi~ed~p~siti~n~seheme. With fixed position scheme a fixed number of bits is reserved for ~.9.1!,ransvo,,-~hmm~,-T~ in the radio frame. -Denote-t-The bits from rate matching bloekO;~ ~~9!~.by gil, gi2, gi3,.. , gig "Lw.r2:;.r~;..:,.:.;.,z~, where G~N is the number of Nose-bits per-L*-tO-ms--,~Aeh-is in one TTI of TK2H i .... -~ra~,omioA-ort-Jme-im~p:a~. r.v~.~he..firs~.input..bA.t..‘~..thi~.b~k..and..rv:.is..the..‘a~t..i~‘~u.‘.bit.i.nt~.~his..b~oe~: Denote the number of bits reserved forem one radio frame ofor .T..r..C....H...~thi~‘~ra~p~rt~h~arL~e~{o~Ax~ra~e~TrC~"~wi~h~t~e~s~ame transport--fom,,a-~--a-ttAbu,~e~; by ~M,..i.~.e..dh...e.....m...a..x...~..m...u....m....n...u...m...b..e..r...~.£.b..i..t.s...m..a...r..a..d..i..~....f.r.a...m...e....f..~..r....a..n.y...t.r.aNmg ~.~. ~y. ~..~).~y~og. ~ b~£~;!kfter--inserting--the-DTX-indication--bits, there--are .three. va-lu~d--symbol s .w...h...e..r..e....D...T...X....i..n...d.i..c..a..t.i..o...n....b..i.t..s...a..r..e...d...e..n..o..t..e..d....by.. :2....H.e. k=-l-;2~3;-.-:-.-~N -k-=b$,-4;--N--,--2-;-N-, i;--.-:-.-;--L-M 13 APLNDC-WH-A 0000010058 4:2:-7--,2-1nsertion of DTX indication bits with flexible positions ..4.:..2.:..8.,..2 .................. This step of inserting DTX indication bits is used only if ~.13#..pp.#.i~££~..9.[.~j!£.*,ra~spor*,-ohapme!-TE~J~s ~13~. r~!~p..~r~#..~rg..~se-flexible-po sitio~-scheme. In--flexit-le~ -pa sitio~ - s c~m~ -~a~spe~t--eha-nnd s - ~,ave~ -t-~- -~n eone~ate~ated-~ne-~dte-r-an~t~-r-m4he--Z’~Lm~l@e~ing--step:-The DTX NNcafion bits shall be placed at the end of the t.he.eneoded.d.a.~a.~oi~.s: Denom the bits from physieal channel segmepaation imo one physieal ehannel by D~ Pz~ P~, ::: ~ Da~ where >;-i.--~e-eumge~-~f-t-he.e-J~i-,~-per--oae--radio--,m~:-p~:-i-a-t-he--g~ M:~%~te~Nser~ien~e~t~e~DTX~indiea~ti~n~it~s;~t~re~are~t~ee~a~ds~mb~s~:~T~y~oan~desc~i~ed~as foll~ws-:W~ = S~ &#----p¢~ ~..1,.2,.3,.... where DTX NNcafion bits are denoted by ~:~:i Here p~k e{0,..1}..and sym~l--from t-his-Jaloeb-and-s~,{-is-~he--1 ast- ~m~t-s>~mb~l-from-tN 4.2.9 Physical channel segmentation The bits after physical channel segmentation are {~.l~9~O...IApl,IAp2,1Ap3,...,IApu ~...7~...P....~..~.~.~7~ 14 APLNDC-WH-A 0000010059 Y ~/~ ~nd up!; i~ given b~ow.defined-~y-~he--f,~ll.~wing-rela-ti~nship:. The-first-ph?sieal-eha~mel-b.B.its.9..n...fjy...s.t...P...h...C..H.. after physical channel segmentation: b/lk = Xk .................................. ~......~.,.;. ............. ~/ j----lv~>-::rgOJ ~?.tf......d~ .................................................................. -T!~e-~econd-phy~i,,a!--aha~ne~--b..B.its 9..n....s..e..c.9..n..d....P...h..C...H...after physical channel segmentation: -T-he-:g~-phy-sical-c~anp, el-~its 9.~.[l~.g!!’..J~.after physical channel segmentation: UPk = ~(k+(~ 1)g) ................ .~......!,.2 ........... block in downlink .I..f.~..~.e...x.i.b~.e.~p9~.s~i.tj~.~..n...s~9~.f.~!.k...e.~T~..H..s.~i.n.~.a.~r..a..d.j~.~.~f.r..a...m..e.~ (!) (DSet a-eomn’m the number of columns C2 = 30. T~ 991u~ ~r~ numb~g~d 0~ !, ~, .,., ~g:! fr9~ !..~..f.t...to...~ig..h..t: (2) (~-)----Determine a---re,~.h..e, number .o..f.....r..o...w...s....R2 by finding minimum integer R2 such that; UK2. ¯ nd (3)...(g)--The ~0.i~. input s,~que~,~-,o,:.t.O the 2 interleaving m~!~ written into lke R2. × ~’2 rectangular malxix 15 APLNDC-WH-A 0000010060 /dpl /dp2 /dp3 ... /dp30 /dp31 /dp32 /dp33 ¯,, /alp60 /dp,((R2 1)30+2) /dp,((R2 1)30+3) row by row.. 1)30+1) "’’/dp,(R230) -Second-St-age.’(.4)...~t)-Perform the inter-column permutation based on the pattern {P2--(1)} (1 .... 0,_1 ..... C~-I) that is shown in Table 4-4, where P2(1) is the original column position of the j-th permuted Ypl Yp,(R2 +1) Yp,(2R2 +1) "’" Yp,(29R2 +1) Yp2 Yp,(R2 +2) Yp,(2!~2 +2) """ Yp,(29/~2 + 2) Table 4-4 ,~,~mn-m-~’..~..umber 0!7.~9~t~..C2 30 Inter-column permutation pattern {0, 20, 10, 5, 15, 25, 3, 13, 23, 8, 18, 28, 1, 11, 21, 6, 16, 26, 4, 14, 24, 19, 9, 29, 12, 2, 7, 22, 27, 17} 4.2.11 Physical channel mapping 4:2-:4-.44.2. ] ] .] Uplink GN-t-he--uplie,!~;--~xa nspor4-dat a--a fi e> ~y~a. i-n te-r 1 e a v mg-- is--ma:pped-o n to-on e--DO DO H-:-C o n~ m u~us-t-r a~smi s si o n i-s --applied--for---uplie,k---DP~C--H---at ~a~times~:~:I..n.....u.p.~.i....~..,...t..h..e...P...h...C..H...s....u..s..e...d....d...u..r.i..n. g ...a....r..a..d.j..o....f.r..a...m..e.....ar...e... ~ .c..o...m.p.!.e..t..e.!> ..f.i.!!.e...d....w..itk... hi.t.s...t .k..a..t...a..r..e.. *r0.U.s...~..~tLe.O...o.y..e37.. !h.e....a.i.r 4:2-:4=24.2.1 1.2 Downlink the dowpJipa, transport data aRer Z~ interleaving is mapped omo data fields in one DPDCH~ wbJch is de-freed--m-T S-2-5,2- t-1-:-tf-t~e-to~al--bit--ra~e--af{er--t-masp~rt--e~a~el--mul~iple~-i~-is-~t--ide~iea-1-~e-.15~. {et~l eha~me~k~ram~e~e~at~&~i~at~h>s~a~a~e~;~di~e~ntin ~us~tm=~sd~e.i~. ase&. 16 APLNDC-WH-A 0000010061 The-¯ -t~an¯ ¯ swAs¯ s~¯ on-¯ o;¯ -the-DPDCH-symL~o~¯ ¯ s-sha~¯ 1--L~-ON--, oNy-if----~ere-~ is-da-to-~ -to--tran-smA-t--¯ ¯ . -If-there-¯ is no -da~a;4he- 4ransmission--shal-1 -be--OFF: ----For t~a~sp~t--ehe~r~MT~s not relying on TFCI for transport format detection (blind transport format detection), the positions of the transport channels within the .r..a..d..i..o..frame should be fixed. ---For tran-sport-ehannelTrgJ=~s relying on TFCI for transport format detection, the-GTP,~a~-decMes-!~jghgr l~ygr~.~jg~a.l.whether the positions of the transport channels should be fixed or flexible. .P~lo,-a~d--T~- -C--e~ ml~l~-a~e--al,v-a~ ~.t.ran~mitt.~d..regar.d~e.s°.~.t~..e...~at.a..ex.i~ten~e......~.~.~?~]~.~.~?~L N Channel Coding & Multiplexing Chains 1st interleaving 1st interleaving 1st interleaving L2 Radio frame segmentation Radio frame segmentation Radio frame segmentation R1 = /L~+ ~//T~ (LZ+ m)/TZ : (LN+ ~)/TN ¯ T2 Rate matching TN Rate matching Rate matching 2nd multiplexing Physical channel segmentation P/M 2nd interleaving ~ ¯¯¯ P/M 2nd interleaving ¯ ¯" P/M 2nd interleaving M Physical Channels -ig............ ~--’¢p ; ~-ehanne,-~aaqng-an~,~n~Mpl~.~ing-ehain-x 17 APLNDC-WH-A 0000010062 N Channel Coding & multiplexing chains 1st interleaving 1st interleaving 1st interleaving k2 ,. (L .... /TN ~N 2nd multiplexing Physical channel segmentation P/M 2nd interleaving ~ P/M --¯¯¯ 2nd interleaving P/M 2nd interleaving M Physical Channels 18 APLNDC-WH-A 0000010063

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