CN110035394B - Method and device used in user equipment and base station for wireless communication - Google Patents

Method and device used in user equipment and base station for wireless communication Download PDF

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CN110035394B
CN110035394B CN201810025081.9A CN201810025081A CN110035394B CN 110035394 B CN110035394 B CN 110035394B CN 201810025081 A CN201810025081 A CN 201810025081A CN 110035394 B CN110035394 B CN 110035394B
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Abstract

The application discloses a method and a device in a user equipment, a base station and the like used for wireless communication. The user equipment receives a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band; and receiving a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band; the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal. The second broadcast signal is transmitted on the second sub-frequency band through design, so that part of the broadcast signal corresponding to one frequency band is transmitted on the other frequency band, the transmission flexibility of the broadcast signal is improved, and the overall performance of the system is improved.

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Method and device used in user equipment and base station for wireless communication
Technical Field
The present application relates to a transmission method and apparatus in a wireless communication system, and more particularly, to a transmission method and apparatus for a broadcast signal over an Unlicensed Spectrum (Unlicensed Spectrum).
Background
In a conventional 3GPP (3rd Generation Partner Project) LTE (Long-term Evolution) system, data transmission can only occur on a licensed spectrum, however, with a drastic increase in traffic, especially in some urban areas, the licensed spectrum may be difficult to meet the traffic demand. Communication over unlicensed spectrum in Release 13 and Release 14 was introduced by the cellular system and used for transmission of downlink and uplink data. To ensure compatibility with other Access technologies over unlicensed spectrum, LBT (Listen Before Talk) technology is adopted by LAA (Licensed Assisted Access) to avoid interference due to multiple transmitters simultaneously occupying the same frequency resources. In Release 13 and Release 14, a base station on an unlicensed spectrum indicates whether a subsequent time domain resource of a user equipment is occupied by the base station by sending a Control signaling scrambled by a CC-RNTI (Common Control Radio Network Temporary Identifier).
Currently, a technical discussion of 5G NR (New Radio Access Technology) is in progress, wherein an important feature is unlicensed spectrum service of SA (Stand-Alone), an SA scenario broadcast signal needs to be able to support being transmitted on an unlicensed spectrum, and the transmission opportunity of the broadcast signal will be significantly reduced due to uncertainty of LBT result.
Disclosure of Invention
A simple implementation of the above problem is still to use the design in 5G NR Phase 1, i.e. the ue obtains downlink Synchronization by reading SS (Synchronization Signal)/PBCH (Physical broadcast Channel) Block (Block) on the given frequency domain resource, and obtains slot boundary, frame boundary and frame number for the given frequency domain resource; and according to the indication of the PBCH, obtaining the time-frequency position of CORESET (Control Resource Set) for scheduling RMSI (Remaining System Information). However, the above approach has a disadvantage in that due to the existence of LBT and regulatory restrictions, there is uncertainty in the RMSI and the transmission of the CORESET that schedules the RMSI, which in turn affects the transmission performance of system information.
In view of the above, the present application discloses a solution. Without conflict, embodiments and features in embodiments in the user equipment of the present application may be applied to the base station and vice versa. The embodiments and features of the embodiments of the present application may be combined with each other arbitrarily without conflict.
The application discloses a method used in a user equipment for wireless communication, characterized by comprising:
receiving a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
receiving a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
wherein the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As an embodiment, the above method is characterized in that: in the conventional LTE and 5G NR systems, because each carrier needs to have the capability of operating independently, broadcast signals and system information for each carrier are only transmitted on the carrier; in the LAA SA scenario, when a base station is configured with multiple carriers and the interference conditions on the multiple carriers are different, system information for the multiple carriers is transmitted on one carrier with a low occupied probability, so as to improve the transmission opportunity and increase the receiving performance.
As an example, the above method has the benefits of: the first broadcast signal and the second broadcast signal carry broadcast signals for the first sub-band, the second broadcast signal being transmitted on a second sub-band; introducing a second sub-band to improve a transmission opportunity of the second broadcast signal when a probability that the second sub-band is occupied by other transmitting nodes is small.
As an example, another benefit of the above method is: the third broadcast signal is a broadcast signal for the second sub-band, the third broadcast signal and the second broadcast signal both being transmitted on the second sub-band; the second sub-band has the capability of independent operation, and meanwhile, the transmission flexibility of the broadcast signals aiming at the first sub-band is improved.
As an example, a further benefit of the above method is that: information blocks of a first type included in the first broadcast signal are applied to broadcast information for the first sub-band, and information blocks of a first type included in the third broadcast signal are applied to broadcast information for the second sub-band; the transmission flexibility of RMSI and OSI (On-demand System Information) for different sub-bands is further improved.
According to one aspect of the application, the above method is characterized by comprising:
receiving a first signaling;
wherein the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
As an embodiment, the above method is characterized in that: and dynamically indicating the given control resource set through a given information block, flexibly configuring the sub-band occupied by the configuration information for transmitting the second broadcast signal, and further improving the flexibility of scheduling the transmission of the control signaling of the second broadcast signal.
According to one aspect of the application, the above method is characterized by comprising:
receiving the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
According to an aspect of the present application, the above method is characterized in that the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal indicate a first index and a second index, respectively, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used to generate the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
As an example, the above method has the benefits of: further assisting the user equipment to determine that the second broadcast signal is a broadcast signal for the first sub-band by using the first index for generating a demodulation reference signal for the second broadcast signal.
According to one aspect of the application, the above method is characterized by comprising:
receiving second signaling on the second sub-band;
operating a first wireless signal on the second sub-band;
wherein the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the operation is a reception or the operation is a transmission.
As an example, the above method has the benefits of: the first wireless signal carries system messages other than the third broadcast signal for the first sub-band, the first index is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal, further assisting a user equipment to determine that the first wireless signal is system information for the first sub-band.
The application discloses a method in a base station used for wireless communication, characterized by comprising:
transmitting a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
transmitting a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
wherein the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
According to one aspect of the application, the above method is characterized by comprising:
sending a first signaling;
wherein the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
According to one aspect of the application, the above method is characterized by comprising:
transmitting the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
According to an aspect of the present application, the above method is characterized in that the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal indicate a first index and a second index, respectively, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used to generate the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
According to one aspect of the application, the above method is characterized by comprising:
transmitting second signaling on the second sub-band;
performing a first wireless signal on the second sub-band;
wherein the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the performing is transmitting or the performing is receiving.
According to one aspect of the application, the above method is characterized by comprising:
performing energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As an example, the above method has the benefits of: and the base station determines that the probability that the second sub-band is occupied by other sending terminals is low through the result of energy detection, and then transmits the second broadcast signal aiming at the first sub-band on the second sub-band so as to improve the transmission performance and the transmission opportunity.
The application discloses a user equipment used for wireless communication, characterized by comprising:
a first receiver module to receive a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
a first transceiver module receiving a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
wherein the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As an embodiment, the user equipment used for wireless communication is characterized in that the first transceiver module further receives a first signaling; the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
As an embodiment, the above user equipment for wireless communication is characterized in that the first transceiver module further receives the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As an embodiment, the above-mentioned user equipment used for wireless communication is characterized in that the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal respectively indicate a first index and a second index, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
As an embodiment, the above user equipment for wireless communication is characterized in that the first transceiver module further receives second signaling on the second sub-band, and the first transceiver module further operates the first wireless signal on the second sub-band; the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the operation is a reception or the operation is a transmission.
The application discloses a base station device used for wireless communication, characterized by comprising:
a second transceiver module transmitting a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
a third transceiver module to transmit a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
wherein the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As an embodiment, the base station device used for wireless communication described above is characterized in that the third transceiver module further transmits a first signaling; the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
As an embodiment, the above base station apparatus for wireless communication is characterized in that the third transceiver module further transmits the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As an embodiment, the above-mentioned base station apparatus used for wireless communication is characterized in that the first type synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal indicate a first index and a second index, respectively, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
As an embodiment, the above base station device for wireless communication is characterized in that the third transceiver module further transmits second signaling on the second sub-band, and the second transceiver module further executes the first wireless signal on the second sub-band; the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the performing is transmitting or the performing is receiving.
As an embodiment, the base station device used for wireless communication is characterized in that the second transceiver module further performs energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band respectively to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As an example, compared with the conventional scheme, the method has the following advantages:
the first broadcast signal and the second broadcast signal carry broadcast signals for the first sub-band, the second broadcast signal being transmitted on a second sub-band; introducing a second sub-band to improve a transmission opportunity of the second broadcast signal when a probability that the second sub-band is occupied by other transmitting nodes is small.
The third broadcast signal is a broadcast signal for the second sub-band, the third broadcast signal and the second broadcast signal both being transmitted on the second sub-band; the transmission flexibility of the broadcast signal aiming at the first sub-frequency band is improved while the capability of the second sub-frequency band to work independently is ensured.
Information blocks of a first type included in the first broadcast signal are applied to broadcast information for the first sub-band, and information blocks of a first type included in the third broadcast signal are applied to broadcast information for the second sub-band; the transmission flexibility of RMSI and OSI for different sub-bands is further improved.
Further assisting the user equipment to determine that the second broadcast signal is a broadcast signal for the first sub-band by using the first index for generating a demodulation reference signal for the second broadcast signal.
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fig. 1 shows a flow diagram of a first broadcast signal according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 2 shows a schematic diagram of a network architecture according to an embodiment of the present application;
figure 3 shows a schematic diagram of an embodiment of a radio protocol architecture for the user plane and the control plane according to an embodiment of the present application;
figure 4 shows a schematic diagram of an evolved node and a UE according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 5 shows a flow diagram of a second broadcast signal according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 6 shows a flow diagram of a first wireless signal according to an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 7 shows a flow chart of a first wireless signal according to another embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 8 shows a schematic diagram of a first sub-band and a second sub-band according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 9 shows a schematic diagram of a first broadcast signal, a second broadcast signal, and a third broadcast signal according to one embodiment of the present application;
fig. 10 is a diagram illustrating a time-frequency resource occupied by first signaling according to an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 11 is a schematic diagram illustrating a time-frequency resource occupied by first signaling according to another embodiment of the present application;
fig. 12 is a schematic diagram illustrating a time-frequency resource occupied by first signaling according to still another embodiment of the present application.
FIG. 13 shows a schematic diagram of a given target time unit, a given time window and a given broadcast signal according to one embodiment of the present application;
fig. 14 shows a block diagram of a processing device for use in a user equipment according to an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 15 shows a block diagram of a processing device for use in a base station according to an embodiment of the present application.
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The technical solutions of the present application will be further described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, and it should be noted that the embodiments and features of the embodiments of the present application can be arbitrarily combined with each other without conflict.
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Embodiment 1 illustrates a flow chart of a first broadcast signal, as shown in fig. 1.
In embodiment 1, the user equipment in the present application receives a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band and a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band; the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type of Synchronization Signal includes at least one of a PSS (Primary Synchronization Signal) and a SSS (Secondary Synchronization Signal).
As one sub-embodiment, the first sub-band is a BWP (Bandwidth Part), or the first sub-band is a CC (Component Carrier).
As a sub-embodiment, the first sub-band corresponds to a Serving Cell (Serving Cell).
As a sub-embodiment, the second sub-band is a BWP or the second sub-band is a CC.
As a sub-embodiment, the second sub-band corresponds to a serving cell.
As a sub-embodiment, the first broadcast signal includes a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, both for the first sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type synchronization signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal are both for the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the second broadcast signal is for the first sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first broadcast signal includes the first type information block indicating at least one of a first subcarrier spacing, a first set of control resources, and a first position of a demodulation reference signal.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first subcarrier spacing is for the first subband.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the first type information block indicates at least one of a position of a time domain resource occupied by the first control resource set and a position of a frequency domain resource occupied by the first control resource set.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first set of control resources is a CORESET.
As an auxiliary embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the frequency domain resource occupied by the first control resource set belongs to the first sub-band.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the first position of the demodulation reference signal is used to determine at least one of a position of a time domain Resource occupied by an RE (Resource Element) included in the demodulation reference signal and a position of a frequency domain Resource occupied by an RE included in the demodulation reference signal.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first Position is a Position (Position) of the demodulation reference signal.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the frequency domain resource occupied by the demodulation reference signal belongs to the first subcarrier.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal indicates at least one of a second subcarrier spacing, a second set of control resources, and a second position of a demodulation reference signal.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the second subcarrier spacing is for the second subband.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the first type information block indicates at least one of a position of a time domain resource occupied by the second control resource set and a position of a frequency domain resource occupied by the second control resource set.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the second set of control resources is a CORESET.
As an auxiliary embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the frequency domain resource occupied by the second control resource set belongs to the second sub-band.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the second position of the demodulation reference signal is used to determine at least one of a position of a time domain resource occupied by an RE included in the demodulation reference signal and a position of a frequency domain resource occupied by an RE included in the demodulation reference signal.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the second position is a position of the demodulation reference signal.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the frequency domain resource occupied by the demodulation reference signal belongs to the second subcarrier.
As an embodiment, the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal indicates a first subcarrier spacing, and the subcarrier spacing of the second broadcast signal is the first subcarrier spacing.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal indicates a first control resource set, and the ue searches for downlink signaling used for scheduling the second broadcast signal in the first control resource set.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the downlink signaling is cell-common.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the downlink signaling is identified by SI-RNTI (System Information Radio Network Temporary Identifier).
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the Downlink signaling is a DCI (Downlink Control Information).
As a sub-embodiment, the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal indicates a first position of the demodulation reference signal, and the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal is located at the first position.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type Information Block included in the first broadcast signal is MIB (Master Information Block).
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the MIB is only for the first sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal is MIB.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the MIB is only for the second sub-band.
As an embodiment, the first broadcast signal includes a PBCH for the first subband.
As an embodiment, the third broadcast signal includes PBCH for the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first broadcast Signal includes one or more SS (Synchronization Signal) blocks (blocks).
As a sub-embodiment, the second broadcast signal includes a System Information Block (SIB).
As a sub-embodiment, the second broadcast signal includes RMSI (Remaining Minimum System Information).
As a sub-embodiment, the second broadcast signal includes OSI (On-Demand System Information).
As a sub-embodiment, the second broadcast signal includes SIB 1.
As one sub-embodiment, the first sub-band and the second sub-band are both deployed in unlicensed spectrum.
As one sub-embodiment, at least one of the first sub-band and the second sub-band is deployed in unlicensed spectrum.
As a sub-embodiment, the sender of the second broadcast signal and the sender of the third broadcast signal are QCL (Quasi collocated).
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the transmitter of the second broadcast signal and the transmitter of the third broadcast signal being QCL means that: all or part of the large-scale (properties) characteristics of the wireless signal transmitted by the transmitter of the third broadcast signal can be inferred from all or part of the large-scale (properties) characteristics of the wireless signal transmitted by the transmitter of the second broadcast signal.
As an example of this subsidiary embodiment, said large scale features comprise: delay Spread (Delay Spread), Doppler Spread (Doppler Spread), Doppler Shift (Doppler Shift), Path Loss (Path Loss), and Average Gain (Average Gain).
As a sub-embodiment, the sender of the second broadcast signal and the sender of the third broadcast signal are the same base station.
As a sub-embodiment, the sender of the second broadcast signal and the sender of the third broadcast signal are the same TRP (Transmission Reception Point).
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Embodiment 2 illustrates a schematic diagram of a network architecture, as shown in fig. 2.
Embodiment 2 illustrates a schematic diagram of a network architecture according to the present application, as shown in fig. 2. Fig. 2 is a diagram illustrating a network architecture 200 of NR5G, LTE (Long-Term Evolution) and LTE-a (Long-Term Evolution Advanced) systems. The NR5G or LTE network architecture 200 may be referred to as EPS (Evolved Packet System) 200 or some other suitable terminology. The EPS 200 may include one or more UEs (User Equipment) 201, NG-RANs (next generation radio access networks) 202, 5G-CNs (5G-Core networks, 5G Core networks)/EPCs (Evolved Packet cores) 210, HSS (Home Subscriber Server) 220, and internet services 230. The EPS may interconnect with other access networks, but these entities/interfaces are not shown for simplicity. As shown, the EPS provides packet-switched services, however those skilled in the art will readily appreciate that the various concepts presented throughout this application may be extended to networks providing circuit-switched services or other cellular networks. The NG-RAN includes NR node b (gNB)203 and other gnbs 204. The gNB203 provides user and control plane protocol termination towards the UE 201. The gnbs 203 may be connected to other gnbs 204 via an Xn interface (e.g., backhaul). The gNB203 may also be referred to as a base station, a base transceiver station, a radio base station, a radio transceiver, a transceiver function, a Basic Service Set (BSS), an Extended Service Set (ESS), a TRP (point of transmission reception), or some other suitable terminology. The gNB203 provides the UE201 with an access point to the 5G-CN/EPC 210. Examples of the UE201 include a cellular phone, a smart phone, a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) phone, a laptop, a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), a satellite radio, non-terrestrial base station communications, satellite mobile communications, a global positioning system, a multimedia device, a video device, a digital audio player (e.g., MP3 player), a camera, a game console, a drone, an aircraft, a narrowband physical network device, a machine-type communication device, a terrestrial vehicle, an automobile, a wearable device, or any other similar functioning device. Those skilled in the art may also refer to UE201 as a mobile station, a subscriber station, a mobile unit, a subscriber unit, a wireless unit, a remote unit, a mobile device, a wireless communication device, a remote device, a mobile subscriber station, an access terminal, a mobile terminal, a wireless terminal, a remote terminal, a handset, a user agent, a mobile client, a client, or some other suitable terminology. The gNB203 is connected to the 5G-CN/EPC210 through an S1/NG interface. The 5G-CN/EPC210 includes MME/AMF/UPF211, other MME (Mobility Management Entity)/AMF (Authentication Management Field)/UPF (User Plane Function) 214, S-GW (Service Gateway) 212, and P-GW (Packet data Network Gateway) 213. MME/AMF/UPF211 is a control node that handles signaling between UE201 and 5G-CN/EPC 210. In general, the MME/AMF/UPF211 provides bearer and connection management. All user IP (Internet protocol) packets are transmitted through S-GW212, and S-GW212 itself is connected to P-GW 213. The P-GW213 provides UE IP address allocation as well as other functions. The P-GW213 is connected to the internet service 230. The internet service 230 includes an operator-corresponding internet protocol service, and may specifically include the internet, an intranet, an IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem), and a PS streaming service (PSs).
As a sub-embodiment, the UE201 corresponds to the UE in the present application.
As a sub-embodiment, the gNB203 corresponds to the base station in this application.
As a sub-embodiment, the UE201 supports wireless communication for data transmission over an unlicensed spectrum.
As a sub-embodiment, the gNB203 supports wireless communication for data transmission over unlicensed spectrum.
As a sub-embodiment, the UE201 supports wireless communication with multiple frequency band resource aggregation.
As a sub-embodiment, the gNB203 supports wireless communication with multiple frequency band resource aggregations.
As an adjunct of the two sub-embodiments, the polymerization in the present application is referred to as Aggregation.
As an adjunct embodiment of the above two sub-embodiments, the band resource in the present application is a Carrier (Carrier).
As an adjunct of the two sub-embodiments, the bandwidth resource in the present application is BWP.
As a sub-embodiment, the UE201 supports Cross Carrier Scheduling (Cross Carrier Scheduling).
As a sub-embodiment, the gNB203 supports cross-carrier scheduling.
Example 3
Embodiment 3 shows a schematic diagram of an embodiment of a radio protocol architecture for the user plane and the control plane according to the present application, as shown in fig. 3.
Fig. 3 is a schematic diagram illustrating an embodiment of a radio protocol architecture for the user plane and the control plane, fig. 3 showing the radio protocol architecture for the User Equipment (UE) and the base station equipment (gNB or eNB) in three layers: layer 1, layer 2 and layer 3. Layer 1(L1 layer) is the lowest layer and implements various PHY (physical layer) signal processing functions. The L1 layer will be referred to herein as PHY 301. Layer 2(L2 layer) 305 is above PHY301 and is responsible for the link between the UE and the gNB through PHY 301. In the user plane, the L2 layer 305 includes a MAC (Medium Access Control) sublayer 302, an RLC (Radio Link Control) sublayer 303, and a PDCP (Packet Data Convergence Protocol) sublayer 304, which terminate at the gNB on the network side. Although not shown, the UE may have several upper layers above the L2 layer 305, including a network layer (e.g., IP layer) that terminates at the P-GW on the network side and an application layer that terminates at the other end of the connection (e.g., far end UE, server, etc.). The PDCP sublayer 304 provides multiplexing between different radio bearers and logical channels. The PDCP sublayer 304 also provides header compression for upper layer data packets to reduce radio transmission overhead, security by ciphering the data packets, and handover support for UEs between gnbs. The RLC sublayer 303 provides segmentation and reassembly of upper layer packets, retransmission of lost packets, and reordering of packets to compensate for out-of-order reception due to HARQ (Hybrid Automatic Repeat reQuest). The MAC sublayer 302 provides multiplexing between logical and transport channels. The MAC sublayer 302 is also responsible for allocating various radio resources (e.g., resource blocks) in one cell among the UEs. The MAC sublayer 302 is also responsible for HARQ operations. In the control plane, the radio protocol architecture for the UE and the gNB is substantially the same for the physical layer 301 and the L2 layer 305, but without the header compression function for the control plane. The Control plane also includes an RRC (Radio Resource Control) sublayer 306 in layer 3 (layer L3). The RRC sublayer 306 is responsible for obtaining radio resources (i.e., radio bearers) and configures the lower layers using RRC signaling between the gNB and the UE.
As a sub-embodiment, the radio protocol architecture in fig. 3 is applicable to the user equipment in the present application.
As a sub-embodiment, the radio protocol architecture of fig. 3 is applicable to the base station in the present application.
As a sub-embodiment, the first broadcast signal in the present application is generated in the RRC sublayer 306.
As a sub-embodiment, the second broadcast signal in this application is generated in the RRC sublayer 306.
As a sub-embodiment, the third broadcast signal in the present application is generated in the RRC sublayer 306.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling in this application is the PHY 301.
As a sub-embodiment, the second signaling in this application is the PHY 301.
As a sub-embodiment, the information carried by the first radio signal in the present application is generated in the RRC sublayer 306.
Example 4
Embodiment 4 shows a schematic diagram of a base station device and a user equipment according to the present application, as shown in fig. 4. Fig. 4 is a block diagram of a gNB410 in communication with a UE450 in an access network.
The base station apparatus (410) includes a controller/processor 440, memory 430, receive processor 412, transmit processor 415, transmitter/receiver 416, and antenna 420.
User equipment (450) includes controller/processor 490, memory 480, data source 467, transmit processor 455, receive processor 452, transmitter/receiver 456, and antenna 460.
In UL (Uplink), processing related to the base station apparatus (410) includes:
a receiver 416 receiving the radio frequency signal through its corresponding antenna 420, converting the received radio frequency signal to a baseband signal, and providing the baseband signal to the receive processor 412;
a receive processor 412 that performs various signal receive processing functions for the L1 layer (i.e., the physical layer) including decoding, deinterleaving, descrambling, demodulation, and physical layer control signaling extraction, among others;
a controller/processor 440 implementing L2 layer functions and associated memory 430 storing program codes and data;
the controller/processor 440 provides demultiplexing between transport and logical channels, packet reassembly, deciphering, header decompression, control signal processing to recover upper layer packets from the UE 450; upper layer packets from controller/processor 440 may be provided to the core network;
a controller/processor 440, determining to transmit the first broadcast signal on the first sub-band, and determining to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band; and sends the results to the transmit processor 415;
in UL (Uplink), processing related to a user equipment (450) includes:
a data source 467 that provides upper layer data packets to the controller/processor 490. Data source 467 represents all protocol layers above the L2 layer;
a transmitter 456 for transmitting a radio frequency signal via its respective antenna 460, converting the baseband signal into a radio frequency signal and supplying the radio frequency signal to the respective antenna 460;
a transmit processor 455 implementing various signal reception processing functions for the L1 layer (i.e., physical layer) including decoding, deinterleaving, descrambling, demodulation, and physical layer control signaling extraction, etc.;
controller/processor 490 performs header compression, encryption, packet segmentation and reordering, and multiplexing between logical and transport channels based on radio resource allocation of the gNB410, performs L2 layer functions for the user plane and control plane;
the controller/processor 490 is also responsible for HARQ operations, retransmission of lost packets, and signaling to the gNB 410;
a controller/processor 490 that determines to receive the first broadcast signal on the first sub-band and determines to receive the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band; and sends the results to the receive processor 452;
in the downlink transmission, the processing related to the base station apparatus (410) includes:
a controller/processor 440, upper layer packet arrival, controller/processor 440 providing packet header compression, encryption, packet segmentation concatenation and reordering, and multiplexing and demultiplexing between logical and transport channels to implement L2 layer protocols for the user plane and the control plane; the upper layer packet may include data or control information, such as DL-SCH (Downlink Shared Channel);
a controller/processor 440 associated with a memory 430 that stores program codes and data, the memory 430 may be a computer-readable medium;
a controller/processor 440 comprising a scheduling unit to transmit the requirements, the scheduling unit being configured to schedule air interface resources corresponding to the transmission requirements;
a controller/processor 440, determining to transmit the first broadcast signal on the first sub-band, and determining to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band; and sends the results to the transmit processor 415;
a transmit processor 415 that receives the output bit stream of the controller/processor 440, performs various signal transmission processing functions for the L1 layer (i.e., physical layer) including coding, interleaving, scrambling, modulation, power control/allocation, and physical layer control signaling (including PBCH, PDCCH, PHICH, PCFICH, reference signal) generation, etc.;
a transmitter 416 for converting the baseband signal provided by the transmit processor 415 into a radio frequency signal and transmitting it via an antenna 420; each transmitter 416 samples a respective input symbol stream to obtain a respective sampled signal stream. Each transmitter 416 further processes (e.g., converts to analog, amplifies, filters, upconverts, etc.) the respective sample stream to obtain a downlink signal.
In the downlink transmission, the processing related to the user equipment (450) may include:
a receiver 456 for converting radio frequency signals received via an antenna 460 to baseband signals for provision to the receive processor 452;
a receive processor 452 that performs various signal receive processing functions for the L1 layer (i.e., physical layer) including decoding, deinterleaving, descrambling, demodulation, and physical layer control signaling extraction, etc.;
a controller/processor 490 receiving the bit stream output by the receive processor 452, providing packet header decompression, decryption, packet segmentation concatenation and reordering, and multiplexing and demultiplexing between logical and transport channels to implement L2 layer protocols for the user plane and the control plane;
a controller/processor 490 that determines to receive the first broadcast signal on the first sub-band and determines to receive the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band; and sends the results to receive processor 452.
The controller/processor 490 is associated with a memory 480 that stores program codes and data. Memory 480 may be a computer-readable medium;
as a sub-embodiment, the UE450 apparatus comprises: at least one processor and at least one memory including computer program code; the at least one memory and the computer program code configured to, with the at least one processor, the UE450 apparatus at least: receiving a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band and a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band; the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the UE450 includes: a memory storing a program of computer readable instructions that when executed by at least one processor result in actions comprising: receiving a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band and a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band; the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the gNB410 apparatus comprises: at least one processor and at least one memory including computer program code; the at least one memory and the computer program code are configured for use with the at least one processor. The gNB410 apparatus at least: transmitting a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band and a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band; the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the gNB410 includes: a memory storing a program of computer readable instructions that when executed by at least one processor result in actions comprising: transmitting a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band and a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band; the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the UE450 corresponds to a user equipment in the present application.
As a sub-embodiment, the gNB410 corresponds to a base station in the present application.
As a sub-embodiment, controller/processor 490 is configured to determine to receive a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band; and is used to determine to receive the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the receiver 456, receive processor 452, and controller/processor 490 are used to receive a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band and a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the receiver 456, the receive processor 452, and the controller/processor 490 are used to receive the first signaling.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the receiver 456, receive processor 452, and controller/processor 490 are used to receive the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the receiver 456, receive processor 452, and controller/processor 490 are configured to receive second signaling on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the receiver 456, receive processor 452, and controller/processor 490 are used to receive the first wireless signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the transmitter 456, transmit processor 455, and controller/processor 490 are used to transmit the first wireless signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, controller/processor 440 is configured to determine to transmit a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band; and is used to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the transmitter 416, the transmit processor 415, and the controller/processor 440 are used to transmit a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band; and is used to transmit a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the transmitter 416, the transmit processor 415, and the controller/processor 440 are used to send the first signaling.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the transmitter 416, the transmit processor 415, and the controller/processor 440 are used to transmit the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the transmitter 416, the transmit processor 415, and the controller/processor 440 are used to send second signaling on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the transmitter 416, the transmit processor 415, and the controller/processor 440 are used to transmit the first wireless signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least the first two of the receiver 416, the receive processor 412, and the controller/processor 440 are used to receive the first wireless signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, at least two of the receiver 416, the receive processor 412, and the controller/processor 440 are used for energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
Example 5
Embodiment 5 illustrates a flow chart of a second broadcast signal, as shown in fig. 5. In fig. 5, base station N1 is the serving cell maintaining base station for user equipment U2. In the figure, the step in the block identified as F0 is optional.
For theBase station N1Performing energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band in step S10; transmitting a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band in step S11; transmitting a third broadcast signal on the second sub-band in step S12; transmitting a first signaling in step S13; the second broadcast signal is transmitted on the second sub-band in step S14.
For theUser equipment U2Receiving a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band in step S20; receiving a third broadcast signal on a second sub-band in step S21; receiving a first signaling in step S22; receiving a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band in step S23Number (n).
In embodiment 5, the first broadcast signal includes a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; a third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band includes a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal among the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal; the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the given set of control resources is the first set of control resources in the present application.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is transmitted on the first sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is transmitted on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the given information block indicates that the given set of control resources is for the second broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the given information block indicates that the broadcast signal scheduled by the first signaling in the given set of control resources is for the first sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the given information block indicates that the given set of control resources is used for transmitting downlink control signaling scheduling broadcast signals for the first sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first sub-band corresponds to a first index, and the second sub-band corresponds to a second index.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first index and the second index are different.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the given information block is used for determining the second index.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the given information block indicates the last N bits of the second index, the N being a positive integer no greater than 4.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the first index and the second index are respectively a PCID (Physical Cell Identifier).
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the generation of the scrambled sequence of information bits comprised by the first signalling is related to the first index.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first signaling is used to indicate a last N bits of the second index, which are used to indicate that the second broadcast signal is transmitted in the second sub-band.
As a subsidiary embodiment of this sub-embodiment, said first signalling is used to indicate said second index, which is used to indicate that said second broadcast signal is transmitted in said second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the frequency domain resources occupied by the given set of control resources belong to the first sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the frequency domain resources occupied by the given set of control resources belong to the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the given information block indicates that the frequency domain resources occupied by the given control resource set belong to the first sub-band, or the given information block indicates that the frequency domain resources occupied by the given control resource set belong to the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is a DCI.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is a downlink Grant (Grant).
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is used to indicate at least one of a time domain resource occupied by the second broadcast signal and a frequency domain resource occupied by the second broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the frequency domain resource occupied by the second broadcast signal belongs to the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is used to indicate that the second broadcast signal is transmitted in the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, a CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) included in the first signaling is scrambled by the SI-RNTI.
As a sub-embodiment, the first broadcast signal and the third broadcast signal respectively include a second type information block, the second type information block included in the first broadcast signal indicates a first half frame index and a first system frame number, and the second type information block of the third broadcast signal indicates a second half frame index and a second system frame number.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first half Frame index indicates whether the second type information block included in the first broadcast signal is located in the first half (firstHalf) or the second half (second half) of the Frame (Frame) in which the second type information block is located.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first sfn indicates a sequence number of a frame in which the second type information block included in the first broadcast signal is located.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first half frame index and the first system frame number are for the first sub-band.
As an auxiliary embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the second field index indicates whether the second type information block included in the third broadcast signal is located in the first half (firstHalf) or the second half (second half) of the frame in which the second type information block is located.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the second sfn indicates a sequence number of a frame in which the second type information block included in the third broadcast signal is located.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the second field index and the second system frame number are for the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type information block in the first broadcast signal indicates a first control resource set, the frequency domain resources occupied by the first control resource set belong to the second sub-band, and the time domain resources occupied by the first control resource set belong to a target frame set and a target timeslot set.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the frame in the target frame set and the time slot in the target time slot set are calculated according to the timing of the second sub-band.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the frames in the target frame set are calculated according to the system frame number of the second sub-band.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the time slots in the target time slot set are calculated according to the time slot number of the second sub-band.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the frame number included in the target frame set is SFN, and the slot number included in the target slot set is slot # (n)0) And slot # (n)0+1), said n0Satisfies the following conditions:
the SFN satisfies:
or the SFN satisfies:
wherein μ is related to a subcarrier spacing employed by the second subband; the i is an SSB (Synchronization Signal Block) index indicated by the first broadcast SignalAn index, or the i is an SSB index indicated by the second broadcast signal; the O and the M are indicated by the first type information block in the first broadcast signal; the above-mentionedNumber of slots included in a frame corresponding to the first sub-band, or the first sub-bandCorresponding to the number of slots included in a frame on the second subband.
As an auxiliary embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first type information block is pdcchConfigSIB1 in 3GPP TS (Technical Specification) 38.331.
As an embodiment, the first sub-band and the second sub-band both use the same sub-carrier spacing, the boundary of a frame on the first sub-band is aligned with the boundary of a frame on the second sub-band, and the boundary of a slot on the first sub-band is aligned with the boundary of a slot on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal respectively indicate a first index and a second index, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first index and the second index are each a PCID.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first index and the second index are each a non-negative integer less than 1008.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the first index and the second index are each an integer.
As a sub-embodiment, energy detection performed on the first sub-band indicates that interference on the first sub-band is large, and energy detection performed on the second sub-band indicates that interference on the second sub-band is small.
As a sub-embodiment, the multiple energy detections performed on the first sub-band indicate that the interference statistic on the first sub-band is larger, and the multiple energy detections performed on the second sub-band indicate that the interference statistic on the second sub-band is smaller.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the interference statistic is the number of times the measured interference is greater than a given threshold in a plurality of energy detections.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the energy detection is LBT.
As an adjunct embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the energy detection is CCA (Clear Channel Assessment).
As a sub-embodiment, the energy detection performed on the first sub-band indicates that the first sub-band is occupied a greater number of times per unit time, and the energy detection performed on the second sub-band indicates that the second sub-band is occupied a greater number of times per unit time.
As a sub-embodiment, multiple energy detections performed on the first sub-band indicate that the energy detected on the first sub-band is greater than a given threshold more times, and multiple energy detections performed on the second sub-band indicate that the energy detected on the second sub-band is greater than the given threshold less times.
As a sub-embodiment, before transmitting the first broadcast signal, the base station N1 performs energy detection on the first sub-band and determines that the first sub-band is not occupied by other transmitters.
As a sub-embodiment, before transmitting the third broadcast signal, the base station N1 performs energy detection on the second sub-band and determines that the second sub-band is not occupied by other transmitters.
As a sub-embodiment, before sending the first signaling, the base station N1 performs energy detection on the frequency domain resource occupied by the first signaling and determines that the frequency domain resource occupied by the first signaling is not occupied by other sending ends.
As a sub-embodiment, before transmitting the second broadcast signal, the base station N1 performs energy detection on the second sub-band and determines that the second sub-band is not occupied by other transmitters.
As a sub embodiment, the first signaling including the configuration information of the second broadcast signal refers to: the first signaling is used for scheduling a PDSCH (Physical Downlink Shared Channel), and the second broadcast signal is transmitted in the PDSCH; the first signaling is used for determining time domain resources occupied by the PDSCH, frequency domain resources occupied by the PDSCH, MCS (Modulation and Coding Status) adopted by the PDSCH, NDI (New Data Indicator) corresponding to the PDSCH, RV (Redundancy Version) adopted by the PDSCH, at least one of HARQ (Hybrid Automatic Repeat reQuest) process numbers corresponding to the PDSCH.
Example 6
Embodiment 6 illustrates a flow chart of a first wireless signal, as shown in fig. 6. In fig. 6, base station N3 is the serving cell maintaining base station for user equipment U4.
For theBase station N3Transmitting second signaling on the second sub-band in step S30; the first wireless signal is transmitted on the second sub-band in step S31.
For theUser equipment U4Receiving second signaling on the second sub-band in step S40; the first wireless signal is received on the second sub-band in step S41.
In embodiment 6, the second signaling includes configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first index and the second index is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the first wireless signal is transmitted on a PDSCH.
As a sub-embodiment, the base station N3 first performs energy detection to determine that the second sub-band is not occupied by other transmitters, and then transmits the second signaling.
As a sub-embodiment, the base station N3 first performs energy detection to determine that the second sub-band is not occupied by other transmitters, and then transmits the first wireless signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the first wireless signal is used to carry OSI for the first sub-band, and the second signaling schedules the OSI.
As a sub-embodiment, the second signaling including the configuration information of the first wireless signal means that: the second signaling is used to schedule the first wireless signal; the second signaling is used for determining at least one of a time domain resource occupied by the first wireless signal, a frequency domain resource occupied by the first wireless signal, an MCS adopted by the first wireless signal, an NDI corresponding to the first wireless signal, an RV adopted by the first wireless signal, and an HARQ process number corresponding to the first wireless signal.
Example 7
Embodiment 7 illustrates another flow chart of the first wireless signal, as shown in fig. 7. In fig. 7, base station N5 is the serving cell maintaining base station for user equipment U6.
For theBase station N5Transmitting second signaling on the second sub-band in step S50; the first wireless signal is received on the second sub-band in step S51.
For theUser equipment U6Receiving second signaling on the second sub-band in step S60; the first wireless signal is transmitted on the second sub-band in step S61.
As a sub-embodiment, the first wireless signal is transmitted on a PUSCH (Physical Uplink Shared Channel).
As an embodiment, the first wireless signal is used to transmit a PRACH (Physical Random Access Channel) for an SS/PBCH block of the first subband, and the second signaling is used to trigger the PRACH.
As a sub-embodiment, the first wireless signal is used to transmit Msg 3 for random access on the first subband, and the second signaling is used to schedule the Msg 3.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, the Msg 3 comprises an identification of the user equipment U6.
As a sub-embodiment, the base station N5 first performs energy detection to determine that the second sub-band is not occupied by other transmitters, and then transmits the second signaling.
As a sub-embodiment, the user equipment U6 first performs energy detection to determine that the second sub-band is not occupied by other transmitters, and then transmits the first radio signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the second signaling including the configuration information of the first wireless signal means that: the second signaling is used for scheduling the first wireless signal, the second signaling is used for determining time domain resources occupied by the first wireless signal, frequency domain resources occupied by the first wireless signal, MCS adopted by the first wireless signal, NDI corresponding to the first wireless signal, RV adopted by the first wireless signal, and at least one of HARQ process numbers corresponding to the first wireless signal.
Example 8
Embodiment 8 illustrates a schematic diagram of a first sub-band and a second sub-band, as shown in fig. 8; the first subband and the second subband both belong to a set of candidate subbands.
As an embodiment, the frequency domain resources occupied by the first sub-band and the second sub-band are orthogonal.
As an embodiment, the first sub-band includes a frequency domain Resource occupied by a positive integer of consecutive PRBs (physical Resource blocks), and the second sub-band includes a positive integer of consecutive PRBs.
As an embodiment, the first sub-band comprises a positive integer number of consecutive sub-carriers, and the second sub-band comprises a positive integer number of consecutive sub-carriers.
As an additional embodiment of this sub-embodiment, there is at least one sub-carrier that does not belong to the first sub-band and the second sub-band simultaneously.
As a sub-embodiment, the set of candidate subbands includes other subbands in addition to the first subband and the second subband.
As a sub-embodiment, the set of candidate frequency bands is predefined or the set of candidate frequency bands is configured by system information.
Example 9
Embodiment 9 illustrates a schematic diagram of a first broadcast signal, a second broadcast signal and a third broadcast signal, as shown in fig. 9; the first broadcast signal is transmitted on the first sub-band in this application, and the second broadcast signal and the third broadcast signal are transmitted on the second sub-band in this application.
As a sub-embodiment, the first broadcast signal and the second broadcast signal are broadcast signals for the first sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the third broadcast signal is a broadcast signal for the second sub-band.
Example 10
Embodiment 10 illustrates a schematic diagram of time-frequency resources occupied by the first signaling, as shown in fig. 10. In fig. 10, the time-frequency resource occupied by the first signaling belongs to a given control resource set, and a first type information block included in the first broadcast signal in this application is used to indicate the frequency domain resource occupied by the given control resource set and the time domain resource occupied by the given control resource set; the first signaling is used to schedule the second broadcast signal; the frequency domain resources occupied by the given set of control resources belong to the first sub-band in the present application.
As a sub-embodiment, the time domain resource occupied by the given control resource set belongs to a first frame set and a first time slot set, and the sequence number of the frame included in the first frame set and the sequence number of the time slot included in the first time slot set are calculated according to the timing of the first sub-frequency band in the present application; the frequency domain resources occupied by the given set of control resources belong to the first sub-band in the present application.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is used to indicate frequency domain resources occupied by the second broadcast signal, where the occupied frequency domain resources belong to the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is used to indicate a time domain resource occupied by the second broadcast signal, and the occupied time domain resource is calculated with reference to the time domain resource occupied by the first signaling.
Example 11
Embodiment 11 illustrates a schematic diagram of a time-frequency resource occupied by another first signaling, as shown in fig. 11. In fig. 11, the time-frequency resource occupied by the first signaling belongs to a given control resource set, and a first type information block included in the first broadcast signal in this application is used to indicate the frequency domain resource occupied by the given control resource set and the time domain resource occupied by the given control resource set; the first signaling is used to schedule the second broadcast signal; the frequency domain resources occupied by the given set of control resources belong to the second sub-band in the present application.
As a sub-embodiment, the time domain resource occupied by the given control resource set belongs to a second frame set and a second timeslot set, the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is used to indicate a first frame set and a first timeslot set, and the sequence number of the frame included in the first frame set and the sequence number of the timeslot included in the first timeslot set are calculated according to the timing of the first sub-band in this application; frames in the second frame set correspond to frames in the first frame set one by one, and the frames in the second frame set are aligned with the frames in the first frame set in a time domain; and time slots in the second time slot set correspond to time slots in the first time slot set one by one, and the time slots in the second time slot set are aligned with the time slots in the first time slot set in a time domain.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the two frames are aligned in the time domain, that is, the two frames belong to two different sub-bands respectively, and the start time and the end time of the two frames are the same.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the two time slots are aligned in the time domain, that is, the two time slots respectively belong to two different sub-bands, and the start time and the end time of the two time slots are the same.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is used to indicate frequency domain resources occupied by the second broadcast signal, where the occupied frequency domain resources belong to the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is used to indicate a time domain resource occupied by the second broadcast signal, and the occupied time domain resource is calculated with reference to the time domain resource occupied by the first signaling.
Example 12
Embodiment 12 illustrates a schematic diagram of time-frequency resources occupied by yet another first signaling, as shown in fig. 12. In fig. 12, the time-frequency resource occupied by the first signaling belongs to a given control resource set, and a first type information block included in the first broadcast signal in this application is used to indicate the frequency domain resource occupied by the given control resource set and the time domain resource occupied by the given control resource set; the first signaling is used to schedule the second broadcast signal; the frequency domain resources occupied by the given control resource set belong to the second sub-band in the present application; # K1, # K2, # K3 shown in fig. 12 are frame sequence numbers, and K1, K2 and K3 are positive integers; shown are # Q1, # Q2, # Q3 are the sequence numbers of the time slots, said Q1, Q2 and Q3 being positive integers.
As a sub-embodiment, the time domain resource occupied by the given control resource set belongs to a second frame set and a second timeslot set, the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is used to indicate a first frame set and a first timeslot set, and the sequence number of the frame included in the first frame set and the sequence number of the timeslot included in the first timeslot set are calculated according to the timing of the first sub-band in this application; the frames in the second frame set correspond to the frames in the first frame set one by one, and the frame sequence number of the frames in the second frame set in the time domain of the second sub-band is the same as the frame sequence number of the frames in the first frame set in the time domain of the first sub-band; and the time slots in the second time slot set correspond to the time slots in the first time slot set one by one, and the time slot sequence number of the time slot in the second time slot set in the time domain of the second sub-frequency band is the same as the time slot sequence number of the time slot in the first time slot set in the time domain of the first sub-frequency band.
As a subsidiary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, the fact that the frame number of the frame in the second frame set in the time domain on the second sub-band is the same as the frame number of the frame in the first frame set in the time domain on the first sub-band means that: the second target frame is any one frame in the second frame set, and the first target frame is a frame corresponding to the second target frame in the first frame set; the frame number of the second target frame in the second sub-band is the same as the frame number of the first target frame in the first sub-band.
As an auxiliary embodiment of the sub-embodiment, a time slot in the second time slot set corresponds to a time slot in the first time slot set one to one, and a time slot number of a time slot in the second time slot set in the second sub-frequency band is the same as a time slot number of a time slot in the first time slot set in the first sub-frequency band, that is, the sub-embodiment includes: the second target time slot is any one time slot in the second time slot set, and the first target time slot is a time slot corresponding to the second target time slot in the first time slot set; and the time slot sequence number of the second target time slot in the second sub-frequency band is the same as the frame sequence number of the first target time slot in the first sub-frequency band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is used to indicate frequency domain resources occupied by the second broadcast signal, where the occupied frequency domain resources belong to the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first signaling is used to indicate a time domain resource occupied by the second broadcast signal, and the occupied time domain resource is calculated with reference to the time domain resource occupied by the first signaling.
Example 13
Example 13 illustrates a schematic diagram of a given target time unit, a given time window and a given broadcast signal, as shown in fig. 13. In fig. 13, the base station in the present application performs energy detection in the given target time unit to determine that a given frequency domain resource is free, and then transmits a given broadcast signal in a given time window; the given target time unit and the given time window are contiguous, and the given target time unit corresponds to the given time window.
As a sub-embodiment, the given frequency domain resource is the first sub-band in this application, and the given broadcast signal is the first broadcast signal in this application.
As a sub-embodiment, the given frequency domain resource is the second sub-band in this application, and the given broadcast signal is the second broadcast signal in this application.
As a sub-embodiment, the given frequency domain resource is the second sub-band in this application, and the given broadcast signal is the third broadcast signal in this application.
As a sub-embodiment, the base station performs energy detection in the given target time unit to determine that a given frequency domain resource is occupied, and the base station abandons transmitting the given broadcast signal in the given time window.
Example 14
Embodiment 14 is a block diagram illustrating a processing apparatus in a UE, as shown in fig. 14. In fig. 14, the UE processing apparatus 1400 is mainly composed of a first receiver module 1401 and a first transceiver module 1402.
A first receiver module 1401 for receiving a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
a first transceiver module 1402 that receives a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
in embodiment 14, said first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the first transceiver module 1402 also receives first signaling; the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the first transceiver module 1402 also receives the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal respectively indicate a first index and a second index, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the first transceiver module 1402 also receives second signaling on the second sub-band, and the first transceiver module also operates first wireless signals on the second sub-band; the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the operation is a reception or the operation is a transmission.
As a sub-embodiment, the first receiver module 1401 comprises at least two of the receiver 456, the receive processor 452, and the controller/processor 490 of embodiment 4.
As a sub-embodiment, the first transceiver module 1402 includes at least three of the receiver/transmitter 456, the receive processor 452, the transmit processor 455, and the controller/processor 490 of embodiment 4.
Example 15
Embodiment 15 is a block diagram illustrating a processing apparatus in a base station device, as shown in fig. 15. In fig. 15, the base station device processing apparatus 1500 is mainly composed of a second transceiver module 1501 and a third transceiver module 1502.
A second transceiver module 1501 transmitting a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
a third transceiver module 1502 that transmits a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
in embodiment 15, said first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the third transceiver module 1502 further transmits a first signaling; the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the third transceiver module 1502 further transmits the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal respectively indicate a first index and a second index, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
As a sub-embodiment, the third transceiver module 1502 further transmits second signaling on the second sub-band, and the second transceiver module further performs first wireless signaling on the second sub-band; the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the performing is transmitting or the performing is receiving.
As a sub-embodiment, the second transceiver module 1501 also performs energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
As a sub-embodiment, the second transceiver module 1501 includes at least the first three of the transmitter/receiver 416, the transmit processor 415, the receive processor 412, and the controller/processor 440 of embodiment 4.
As a sub-embodiment, the third transceiver module 1502 includes at least the first three of the transmitter/receiver 416, the transmit processor 415, the receive processor 412, and the controller/processor 440 of embodiment 4.
It will be understood by those skilled in the art that all or part of the steps of the above methods may be implemented by instructing relevant hardware through a program, and the program may be stored in a computer readable storage medium, such as a read-only memory, a hard disk or an optical disk. Alternatively, all or part of the steps of the above embodiments may be implemented by using one or more integrated circuits. Accordingly, the module units in the above embodiments may be implemented in a hardware form, or may be implemented in a form of software functional modules, and the present application is not limited to any specific form of combination of software and hardware. User equipment, terminal and UE in this application include but not limited to unmanned aerial vehicle, Communication module on the unmanned aerial vehicle, remote control plane, the aircraft, small aircraft, the cell-phone, the panel computer, the notebook, vehicle-mounted Communication equipment, wireless sensor, network card, thing networking terminal, the RFID terminal, NB-IOT terminal, Machine Type Communication (MTC) terminal, eMTC (enhanced MTC) terminal, the data card, network card, vehicle-mounted Communication equipment, low-cost cell-phone, equipment such as low-cost panel computer. The base station in the present application includes, but is not limited to, a macro cell base station, a micro cell base station, a home base station, a relay base station, a gNB (NR node B), a TRP (Transmitter Receiver Point), and other wireless communication devices.
The above description is only a preferred embodiment of the present application, and is not intended to limit the scope of the present application. Any modification, equivalent replacement, improvement and the like made within the spirit and principle of the present application shall be included in the protection scope of the present application.

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1. A method in a user equipment used for wireless communication, comprising:
receiving a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
receiving a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
wherein the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
2. The method of claim 1, comprising:
receiving a first signaling;
wherein the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
3. The method according to claim 1 or 2, comprising:
receiving the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
4. The method of claim 1 or 2, wherein the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal indicate a first index and a second index, respectively, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
5. The method of claim 3, wherein a first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and a first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal indicate a first index and a second index, respectively, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
6. The method of claim 4, comprising:
receiving second signaling on the second sub-band;
operating a first wireless signal on the second sub-band;
wherein the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the operation is a reception or the operation is a transmission.
7. The method of claim 5, comprising:
receiving second signaling on the second sub-band;
operating a first wireless signal on the second sub-band;
wherein the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the operation is a reception or the operation is a transmission.
8. A method in a base station used for wireless communication, comprising:
transmitting a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
transmitting a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
wherein the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
9. The method of claim 8, comprising:
sending a first signaling;
wherein the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
10. The method according to claim 8 or 9, comprising:
transmitting the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
11. The method of claim 8 or 9, wherein the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal indicate a first index and a second index, respectively, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
12. The method of claim 10, wherein a first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and a first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal indicate a first index and a second index, respectively, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
13. The method of claim 11, comprising:
transmitting second signaling on the second sub-band;
performing a first wireless signal on the second sub-band;
wherein the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the performing is transmitting or the performing is receiving.
14. The method of claim 12, comprising:
transmitting second signaling on the second sub-band;
performing a first wireless signal on the second sub-band;
wherein the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the performing is transmitting or the performing is receiving.
15. The method according to claim 8 or 9, comprising:
performing energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
16. The method of claim 10, comprising:
performing energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
17. The method of claim 11, comprising:
performing energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
18. The method of claim 12, comprising:
performing energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
19. The method of claim 13, comprising:
performing energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
20. The method of claim 14, comprising:
performing energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
21. A user device configured for wireless communication, comprising:
a first receiver module to receive a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
a first transceiver module receiving a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
wherein the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
22. The user equipment of claim 21, wherein the first transceiver module further receives first signaling; the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
23. The user equipment of claim 21 or 22, wherein the first transceiver module further receives the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
24. The UE of claim 21 or 22, wherein the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal respectively indicate a first index and a second index, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
25. The UE of claim 23, wherein a first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and a first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal respectively indicate a first index and a second index, and wherein only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating a demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
26. The user equipment of claim 24, wherein the first transceiver module further receives second signaling on the second sub-band, and wherein the first transceiver module further operates first wireless signals on the second sub-band; the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the operation is a reception or the operation is a transmission.
27. The user equipment of claim 25, wherein the first transceiver module further receives second signaling on the second sub-band, and wherein the first transceiver module further operates first wireless signals on the second sub-band; the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the operation is a reception or the operation is a transmission.
28. A base station device used for wireless communication, comprising:
a second transceiver module transmitting a first broadcast signal on a first sub-band;
a third transceiver module to transmit a second broadcast signal on a second sub-band;
wherein the first broadcast signal comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block; the third broadcast signal transmitted on the second sub-band comprises a first type synchronization signal and a first type information block, and only the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal is applied to the second broadcast signal from the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal and the first type information block included in the third broadcast signal.
29. The base station device of claim 28, wherein the third transceiver module further transmits first signaling; the first signaling comprises configuration information of the second broadcast signal; a given information block indicates a given set of control resources to which the first signaling belongs; the given information block is the first type information block included in the first broadcast signal.
30. The base station device of claim 28 or 29, wherein the third transceiver module further transmits the third broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
31. The base station device of claim 28 or 29, wherein the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal respectively indicate a first index and a second index, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
32. The base station device of claim 30, wherein the first type of synchronization signal in the first broadcast signal and the first type of synchronization signal in the third broadcast signal respectively indicate a first index and a second index, and only the first index of the first index and the second index is used for generating the demodulation reference signal of the second broadcast signal.
33. The base station device of claim 31, wherein the third transceiver module further transmits second signaling on the second sub-band, and wherein the second transceiver module further performs first wireless signaling on the second sub-band; the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the performing is transmitting or the performing is receiving.
34. The base station device of claim 32, wherein the third transceiver module further transmits second signaling on the second sub-band, and wherein the second transceiver module further performs first wireless signaling on the second sub-band; the second signaling comprises configuration information of the first wireless signal; only the first index of the first and second indices is used to generate a demodulation reference signal for the first wireless signal; the performing is transmitting or the performing is receiving.
35. The base station device of claim 28 or 29, wherein the second transceiver module further performs energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
36. The base station device of claim 30, wherein the second transceiver module further performs energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
37. The base station device of claim 31, wherein the second transceiver module further performs energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
38. The base station device of claim 32, wherein the second transceiver module further performs energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
39. The base station device of claim 33, wherein the second transceiver module further performs energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
40. The base station device of claim 34, wherein the second transceiver module further performs energy detection on the first sub-band and the second sub-band, respectively, to determine to transmit the second broadcast signal on the second sub-band.
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