CN110972157A - Information processing method and terminal equipment - Google Patents

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CN110972157A
CN110972157A CN201811143569.8A CN201811143569A CN110972157A CN 110972157 A CN110972157 A CN 110972157A CN 201811143569 A CN201811143569 A CN 201811143569A CN 110972157 A CN110972157 A CN 110972157A
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Abstract

The embodiment of the application provides an information processing method and terminal equipment. The information processing method comprises the following steps: acquiring a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource and a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report, wherein the first report is a report to be generated according to the first resource; determining at least one preset condition to be met according to the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource; and executing operations respectively corresponding to the at least one preset condition. Through the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource, the operation corresponding to the satisfied preset condition is executed, the compromise among power saving, system efficiency and performance is achieved, and the communication quality is improved.

Description

Information processing method and terminal equipment

Technical Field

The embodiment of the application relates to the technical field of communication, in particular to an information processing method and terminal equipment.

Background

In a Long Term Evolution (LTE) communication system in a fourth generation network (4generation, 4G), a terminal device obtains Channel State Information (CSI) by measuring a cell specific Reference Signal (RS) or a Channel state information reference signal (CSI-RS), and reports the CSI to a network device. CSI reporting can be divided into periodic reporting and aperiodic reporting. CSI measurement and CSI reporting are the basic implementation schemes to guarantee the performance of cellular mobile communication systems.

In New Radio (NR) technology for fifth generation networks (5generation, 5G), current communication standards specify various combinations based on CSI measurements and reporting of different types of CSI on different types of resources. For example, measurements are performed based on Periodic channel state information reference signals (Periodic CSI-RS, P-CSI-RS), Semi-persistent CSI-RS (SP-CSI-RS), or Aperiodic CSI-RS (AP-CSI-RS), and Aperiodic CSI reporting (AP-CSI reporting). For another example, measurement is performed based on the P-CSI-RS, and periodic CSI reporting is performed.

Currently, the 5G NR standard imposes some constraints on CSI measurement and CSI reporting. For example, when the CSI calculation time is not satisfied and the CSI reporting preparation time is not satisfied, the CSI measurement or the CSI reporting is not performed. However, there is no limitation on the processing other than the constraint. For example, in some scenarios, when CSI measurements are invalid, CSI measurements or CSI reports may still be performed. Resulting in a decrease in system efficiency and communication quality.

Disclosure of Invention

The embodiment of the application provides an information processing method and terminal equipment, so that the compromise among power saving, system efficiency and performance is achieved, and the communication quality is improved.

In a first aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides an information processing method, including: acquiring a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource and a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report, wherein the first report is a report to be generated according to the first resource; determining at least one preset condition to be met according to the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource; and executing operations respectively corresponding to at least one preset condition.

Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, the first resource is at least one, the first time-frequency resource is at least one, and the at least one first resource corresponds to the at least one first time-frequency resource one to one; the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource comprises: an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource.

Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource includes: triggering a timer or a counter to start when a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource is acquired, and triggering a timer or a counter to stop when a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report is acquired; and obtaining the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource through a timer or a counter.

Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the first aspect, according to an interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource, the method includes: acquiring configuration information; and obtaining the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource according to the configuration information.

In a second aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides a terminal device, including: an obtaining module, configured to obtain a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource and a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report, where the first report is a report to be generated according to the first resource; the determining module is used for determining at least one preset condition which is met according to the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource; and the execution module is used for executing the operation corresponding to the at least one preset condition respectively.

Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the second aspect, the first resource is at least one, the first time-frequency resource is at least one, and the at least one first resource corresponds to the at least one first time-frequency resource one to one; the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource comprises: an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource.

Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the second aspect, the determining module is specifically configured to: triggering a timer or a counter to start when a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource is acquired, and triggering a timer or a counter to stop when a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report is acquired; and obtaining the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource through a timer or a counter.

Optionally, in a possible implementation manner of the second aspect, the determining module is specifically configured to: acquiring configuration information; and obtaining the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource according to the configuration information.

With reference to the first aspect and each possible implementation manner of the first aspect, and the second aspect and each possible implementation manner of the second aspect, optionally, the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource includes: a first interval, wherein the first interval is: a distance between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in the time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain; or, a second interval, wherein the second interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position in a time domain of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource and a start position or an end position in a time domain of the second time-frequency resource; or, a third interval, wherein the third interval is: the interval between the starting position or the ending position of at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource on the time domain and the starting position or the ending position of the second time-frequency resource on the time domain; or, a fourth interval, wherein the fourth interval is: the interval between the starting position or the ending position of the first time-frequency resource in the time domain, which is closest to the second time-frequency resource in the time domain, and the starting position or the ending position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain is at least one of the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource; or, a fifth interval, wherein the fifth interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in the frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; or, a sixth interval, wherein the sixth interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource on the frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource on the frequency domain; or, a seventh interval, wherein the seventh interval is: a distance between a start position or an end position of at least one of the at least one first time frequency resource in the frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time frequency resource in the frequency domain; or, an eighth interval, wherein the eighth interval is: and the interval between the starting position or the ending position of the first time-frequency resource in the frequency domain, which is closest to the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain, and the starting position or the ending position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain is at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource.

With reference to the first aspect and the possible embodiments of the first aspect, and the second aspect and the possible embodiments of the second aspect, optionally, the preset conditions and operations include: the preset condition is that the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a first threshold value, and the operation is not to report a first report; and/or; the preset condition is that the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a second threshold value, and the operation is not to measure a first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or; the preset condition is that the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a third threshold, and the operation is to not occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource or to release the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or; the preset condition is that the interval between at least one first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource is smaller than a fourth threshold value, and the operation is to generate a first report according to the first resource and report the first report; and/or; the preset condition is that the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fifth threshold value, and the operation is to measure a first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or; the preset condition is that an interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource is smaller than a sixth threshold, and the operation is to occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource.

With reference to the first aspect and each possible implementation manner of the first aspect, the second aspect and each possible implementation manner of the second aspect, optionally, the first threshold, the second threshold, the third threshold, the fourth threshold, the fifth threshold or the sixth threshold includes any one of the following: a preset threshold value; a threshold configured by the network device; and determining a threshold value according to the terminal equipment capability.

With reference to the first aspect and each possible implementation manner of the first aspect, and the second aspect and each possible implementation manner of the second aspect, optionally, the preset threshold, the threshold configured by the network device, or the threshold determined according to the capability of the terminal device is any one of the following: a threshold determined according to the channel coherence time; a threshold determined based on at least one of a system power saving parameter, a system efficiency parameter, and a system performance parameter of the communication system.

With reference to the first aspect and each possible implementation manner of the first aspect, and the second aspect and each possible implementation manner of the second aspect, optionally, the second resource is a hardware resource or a software resource.

With reference to the first aspect and each possible implementation manner of the first aspect, and the second aspect and each possible implementation manner of the second aspect, optionally, the hardware resource includes at least one of the following: the channel state indicates processing unit, CPU, memory and buffer.

With reference to the first aspect and the possible embodiments of the first aspect, the second aspect and the possible embodiments of the second aspect, optionally, the first report includes at least one of the following: CRI, SSBRI, SRSRI, L1-RSRP, CQI, PMI, RI, LI, RSRQ, and RSSI.

With reference to the first aspect and each possible implementation manner of the first aspect, and the second aspect and each possible implementation manner of the second aspect, optionally, the first resource includes at least one of the following: CSI-RS, TRS, DRMS, PTRS, SRS, PDCCH, PDSCH, PRACH, PUCCH, PUSCH, and SSB.

In a third aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides a terminal device, which includes a processor, a memory, and a transceiver. The memory is used for storing instructions, the transceiver is used for communicating with other devices, and the processor is used for executing the instructions stored in the memory, so that the terminal device can execute the method provided by any one of the above-mentioned embodiments of the first aspect.

In a fourth aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides a storage medium, including: a readable storage medium and a computer program for implementing the method provided by any of the embodiments of the first aspect.

In a fifth aspect, the present application provides a program product including a computer program (i.e., executing instructions), the computer program being stored in a readable storage medium. The computer program may be read by a processor from a readable storage medium, and the processor executes the computer program to perform the method provided by any of the embodiments of the first aspect.

The embodiment of the application provides an information processing method and terminal equipment. The information processing method comprises the following steps: acquiring a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource and a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report, wherein the first report is a report to be generated according to the first resource; determining at least one preset condition to be met according to the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource; and executing operations respectively corresponding to the at least one preset condition. Through the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource, the operation corresponding to the satisfied preset condition can be executed, thereby achieving the compromise among power saving, system efficiency and performance and improving the communication quality.

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Fig. 1 is a diagram of a network architecture of a communication system to which embodiments of the present application are applicable;

fig. 2 is a schematic diagram of a CSI reference resource corresponding to periodic or semi-continuous CSI reporting according to an embodiment of the present application;

fig. 3 is a schematic diagram of a CSI reference resource corresponding to aperiodic CSI reporting according to an embodiment of the present application;

fig. 4 is a flowchart of an information processing method provided in an embodiment of the present application;

fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of an interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource according to an embodiment of the present application;

fig. 6 is a schematic diagram illustrating a principle of a CSI reporting mechanism in a first application scenario provided in the embodiment of the present application;

fig. 7 is a schematic diagram illustrating a principle of a CSI reporting mechanism in an application scenario two according to an embodiment of the present application;

fig. 8 is a schematic diagram illustrating a principle of a CSI reporting mechanism in a third application scenario provided in the embodiment of the present application;

fig. 9 is a schematic diagram illustrating a principle of a CSI reporting mechanism in an application scenario four according to an embodiment of the present application;

fig. 10 is a schematic diagram illustrating a principle of a CSI reporting mechanism in an application scenario five according to an embodiment of the present application;

fig. 11 is a schematic diagram illustrating a principle of a CSI reporting mechanism in a sixth application scenario provided in the embodiment of the present application;

fig. 12 is a schematic structural diagram of a terminal device according to an embodiment of the present application;

fig. 13 is a schematic structural diagram of a terminal device according to a second embodiment of the present application.

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The information processing method provided by the embodiment of the application can be applied to an LTE communication system and a subsequent evolution communication system thereof, a future 5G communication system and other communication systems. Communication systems may transmit data via a transmission medium such as radio, visible light, laser, infrared, optical fiber, and the like. Fig. 1 is a diagram illustrating a network architecture of a communication system to which an embodiment of the present application is applicable. As shown in fig. 1, the communication system may include a network device 01 and a terminal device 02. The network device 01 and the terminal device 02 can perform uplink and downlink communication. In some scenarios, network device 01 and terminal device 02 may also be referred to as communication devices.

The network device 01 according to the embodiment of the present application may be any device having the function of managing wireless network resources, or various wireless access points. For example: an evolved node B (eNB or eNodeB), a relay station or an access point in an LTE communication system, a 5G base station (G node B, gNB) in a future 5G communication system, a wireless transceiver device (next node, NX), and the like, which are not limited in the embodiments of the present application.

The terminal device 02 according to the embodiment of the present application, for example, a mobile phone, a tablet computer, a handheld device, a vehicle-mounted device, a wearable device, a computing device, and various forms of User Equipment (UE), a Mobile Station (MS), a terminal (terminal), and the like having a wireless connection function, which are not limited in the embodiment of the present application.

The embodiment of the application provides an information processing method, and relates to a scene of measurement and report based on resources.

In the following, taking CSI measurement and CSI report performed by the terminal device in the 5G NR as an example, a basic concept in the measurement and report process based on resources is described.

1. Types of CSI-RS resources

In 5G NR, 3 CSI-RS resources are currently specified. The method comprises the following steps:

-periodic CSI-RS (P-CSI-RS).

-semi-persistent CSI-RS (SP-CSI-RS).

-aperiodic CSI-RS (AP-CSI-RS).

2. CSI reporting mode

In 5G NR, 3 CSI reporting modes are currently specified. The method comprises the following steps:

-Periodic CSI reporting (P-CSI reporting).

Semi-persistent CSI reporting (SP-CSI reporting).

-aperiodic CSI reporting (AP-CSI reporting).

3. Various combination modes exist based on the type of the CSI-RS and the reporting mode of the CSI

-performing aperiodic CSI reporting based on periodic CSI-RS.

-performing aperiodic CSI reporting based on semi-persistent CSI-RS.

-performing aperiodic CSI reporting based on aperiodic CSI-RS.

-performing periodic CSI reporting based on the periodic CSI-RS.

-performing semi-persistent CSI reporting based on periodic CSI-RS.

-performing semi-persistent CSI reporting based on the semi-persistent CSI-RS.

4. Configuration mode of CSI reporting mode

Periodic CSI reporting on a Physical Uplink Control CHannel (PUCCH), typically configured by Radio Resource Control (RRC).

Semi-persistent CSI reporting on PUCCH, typically activated by Media access control (MAC-CE) signaling.

Semi-persistent CSI reporting on the Physical Uplink Shared Channel (PUSCH) and aperiodic CSI reporting on the PUSCH, typically triggered by Downlink Control Information (DCI) signaling.

5. Reporting of CSI reports

-transmitting periodic or semi-persistent CSI reports over PUCCH.

-transmitting semi-persistent or aperiodic CSI reports over PUSCH.

6. CSI reference resource

The measurement for the CSI-RS resource is obtained by measuring a CSI reference resource (CSIreference resource) corresponding to a CSI report. In section 5.2.2.1.1 of the protocol 38.214, a CSI reference resource is defined.

1) For periodic or semi-persistent CSI reporting

-if a single CSI-RS resource is associated, its CSI reference resource is defined as: the slot interval is earlier than the CSI reporting slot (slot)The most recent valid CSI-RS resource before the slot.

-if multiple CSI-RS resources are associated, its CSI reference resource is defined as: the slot interval is earlier than the CSI reporting slot (slot)A most recent valid plurality of CSI-RS resources prior to the slot.

This is illustrated by way of example.

Fig. 2 is a schematic diagram of a CSI reference resource corresponding to periodic or semi-continuous CSI reporting according to an embodiment of the present application. For example, in fig. 2, the CSI-RS resource may be a periodic CSI-RS or a semi-persistent CSI-RS. Fig. 2 shows two consecutive periods.

As shown in fig. 2, in the first period, for CSI report 1, the corresponding CSI reference resource is a single CSI-RS resource, specifically CSI-RS 2. The conditions that the CSI-RS2 needs to satisfy are as follows: prior to time slotTime slotThe interval with the reporting time slot (n1) of CSI report 1 isA time slot.

As shown in fig. 2, in the first period, for CSI report 2, the corresponding CSI reference resource is a plurality of CSI-RS resources, specifically CSI-RS1 and CSI-RS 2. The conditions to be met by the CSI-RS1 and the CSI-RS2 are as follows: prior to time slot Time slotThe interval with the reporting time slot (n2) of CSI report 2 isA time slot.

2) For aperiodic CSI reporting

Its CSI reference resource may be in the same slot as the CSI report.

Its CSI reference resource may be: the slot interval is earlier than the CSI reporting slot (slot)The latest valid CSI-RS resource before the timeslot is not earlier than the timeslot where a Physical Downlink Control Channel (PDCCH) triggering aperiodic CSI reporting is located.

This is illustrated by way of example.

Fig. 3 is a schematic diagram of a CSI reference resource corresponding to aperiodic CSI reporting according to an embodiment of the present application. For example, in fig. 3, the CSI-RS resource may be a periodic CSI-RS or a semi-persistent CSI-RS. The PDCCH triggers aperiodic CSI reporting.

As shown in fig. 3, for CSI report 1, the corresponding CSI reference resource is a single CSI-RS resource, specifically CSI-RS 2. The conditions that the CSI-RS2 needs to satisfy are as follows: prior to time slotTime slotThe interval with the reporting time slot (n1) of CSI report 1 isA time slot.

As shown in fig. 3, for CSI report 2, the corresponding CSI reference resource is a plurality of CSI-RS resources, specifically CSI-RS1 and CSI-RS 2. The conditions to be met by the CSI-RS1 and the CSI-RS2 are as follows: prior to time slotTime slot The interval with the reporting time slot (n2) of CSI report 2 isA time slot.

The following describes the technical solutions of the present application and how to solve the above technical problems with specific embodiments. The following several specific embodiments may be combined with each other, and details of the same or similar concepts or processes may not be repeated in some embodiments.

It should be noted that in the embodiments of the present application, a terminal device, a CSI-RS resource, and a CSI report are taken as examples for illustration. Of course, the information processing method provided in the embodiment of the present application may also be applicable to other communication devices, and may or may not perform measurement of resources based on other resources, resource occupation, and report of other reports.

Fig. 4 is a flowchart of an information processing method according to an embodiment of the present application. For example, in the information processing method provided in this embodiment, the execution subject may be a terminal device. As shown in fig. 4, the information processing method provided in this embodiment may include:

s401, acquiring a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource and a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report, wherein the first report is a report to be generated according to the first resource.

Specifically, the first resource occupies the first time-frequency resource in the time-frequency domain. The first report occupies a second time-frequency resource in the time-frequency domain. In this step, the first report is not generated, but the first resource and the occupied position of the first report in the time domain and the frequency domain are obtained.

It should be noted that, the present embodiment does not limit the number of the first resources. For example, see fig. 2. For example, the first resource is 1, which may be CSI-RS 2. The first report may be CSI report 1. For another example, the first resources are 2, and are CSI-RS1 and CSI-RS2, respectively. The first report may be CSI report 2.

Optionally, the first resource and the first report in this embodiment satisfy the interval condition defined in the "CSI reference resource".

Optionally, the first resource may include at least one of the following:

CSI-RS, Tracking Reference Signal (TRS), Demodulation reference signal (DRMS), Phase-Tracking reference signal (PTRS), Sounding Reference Signal (SRS), PDCCH, Physical Downlink Shared Channel (PDSCH), Physical Random Access Channel (PRACH), PUCCH, PUSCH, and Synchronization Signal Block (SSB).

Optionally, the first report may include at least one of:

CSI-RS resource Indicator (CRI), SSB resource Indicator (SSBRI), Sounding Reference signal resource Indicator (srsrsri), Layer 1 Reference signal received power (L1-RSRP), Channel Quality Indicator (CQI), Precoding Matrix Indicator (PMI), Rank Indicator (RI), Layer Indicator (LI), Reference Signal Received Quality (RSRQ), and Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI).

S402, determining at least one preset condition to be met according to the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource.

The interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource reflects the relative position relation between the first resource and the first report in the time frequency domain.

And S403, executing operations corresponding to at least one preset condition respectively.

Specifically, a plurality of preset conditions may be preset, and each preset condition corresponds to a corresponding operation. And determining at least one preset condition to be met according to the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource. And when the number of the satisfied preset conditions is 1, executing the operation corresponding to the preset conditions. And when the number of the satisfied preset conditions is more than 1, executing the operation corresponding to each preset condition.

As can be seen, in the information processing method provided in this embodiment, by acquiring the first time-frequency resource occupied by the first resource and the second time-frequency resource occupied by the first report, the relative position relationship between the first resource and the first report in the time-frequency domain can be obtained according to the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource. According to the interval, whether at least one preset condition is met or not can be determined, and operations corresponding to all the met preset conditions are executed. Through the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource, the effectiveness of the first resource relative to the first report can be determined, and the compromise among power saving, system efficiency and performance can be achieved. Compared with the situation that the first report is still sent when the first resource is invalid or the first resource is valid but the first report is not sent, the system efficiency and the communication quality are improved.

Optionally, the number of the first resources is at least one, the number of the first time-frequency resources is at least one, and the at least one first resource corresponds to the at least one first time-frequency resource one to one.

The interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource comprises:

an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource.

The following describes an interval between at least one first time frequency resource and a second time frequency resource, which may include any one of the following first interval to eighth interval.

This is illustrated in connection with fig. 5.

Fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of an interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource provided in the embodiment of the present application. As shown in fig. 5, the first resource is 2. The first resource is CSI-RS1, the start and end positions of the first time-frequency resource in the time domain are t1 and t2, and the start and end positions in the frequency domain are f1 and f 2. The first resource is CSI-RS2, the start and end positions of the first time-frequency resource in the time domain are t3 and t4, and the start and end positions in the frequency domain are f3 and f 4. The first report is a CSI report, and the start and end positions of the first report in the time domain are t5 and t6, and the start and end positions in the frequency domain are f5 and f 6.

A first interval. Wherein the first interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position in a time domain of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource and a start position or an end position in a time domain of the second time-frequency resource.

In this implementation manner, for each first time-frequency resource in at least one first time-frequency resource, an interval between a start position or an end position of the first time-frequency resource in the time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain needs to be calculated. As shown in fig. 5, the first interval includes: the interval between CSI-RS1 and CSI report and the interval between CSI-RS2 and CSI report.

A second interval. Wherein the second interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position in a time domain of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource and a start position or an end position in a time domain of the second time-frequency resource.

In this implementation manner, for each first time-frequency resource in at least one first time-frequency resource, an interval between a start position or an end position of the first time-frequency resource in the time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain needs to be calculated. And taking the minimum value in all the intervals as the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource. As shown in fig. 5, the second interval includes: a minimum of an interval between the CSI-RS1 and the CSI report and an interval between the CSI-RS2 and the CSI report.

A third interval, wherein the third interval is: the interval between the starting position or the ending position of at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource in the time domain and the starting position or the ending position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain.

In this implementation, for at least one first time-frequency resource in the at least one first time-frequency resource, an interval between a start position or an end position of the first time-frequency resource in the time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain needs to be calculated. As shown in fig. 5, the third interval includes: interval between CSI-RS1 and CSI report. Alternatively, the third interval comprises: interval between CSI-RS2 and CSI report. Alternatively, the third interval comprises: the interval between CSI-RS1 and CSI report and the interval between CSI-RS2 and CSI report.

A fourth interval. Wherein the fourth interval is: and the interval between the starting position or the ending position of the first time-frequency resource in the time domain, which is closest to the second time-frequency resource in the time domain, and the starting position or the ending position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain is arranged in the at least one first time-frequency resource.

In this implementation, first, one of the at least one first time-frequency resource that is closest to the second time-frequency resource in the time domain needs to be determined, and then, an interval between a start position or an end position of the first time-frequency resource in the time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain is calculated. As shown in fig. 5, the fourth interval includes: interval between CSI-RS2 and CSI report.

A fifth interval. Wherein the fifth interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in the frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain.

A sixth interval. Wherein the sixth interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in the frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain. Alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

a seventh interval. Wherein the seventh interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position of at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource in the frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain. Alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

an eighth interval. Wherein the eighth interval is: and the interval between the starting position or the ending position of the first time-frequency resource in the frequency domain, which is closest to the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain, and the starting position or the ending position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain is at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource.

The first interval to the fourth interval are intervals in the calculation time domain, and the fifth interval to the eighth interval are intervals in the calculation frequency domain, which have similar principles and are not described herein again.

In fig. 5, taking CSI-RS1 and CSI report as examples, the interval between the start position or the end position of the first time-frequency resource in the time domain and the start position or the end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain may include any one of the following 4: i t1-t 5I, I t1-t 6I, I t2-t 5I and I t2-t 6I. The interval between the starting position or the ending position of the first time-frequency resource on the frequency domain and the starting position or the ending position of the second time-frequency resource on the frequency domain may include any one of the following 4: | f1-f5|, | f1-f6|, | f2-f5| and | f2-f6 |.

Optionally, the first threshold, the second threshold, the third threshold, the fourth threshold, the fifth threshold, or the sixth threshold may include any one of the following:

a preset threshold value.

A network device configured threshold.

And determining a threshold value according to the terminal equipment capability.

Optionally, the preset threshold, the threshold configured by the network device, or the threshold determined according to the capability of the terminal device may be any one of the following:

a threshold determined according to the channel coherence time.

A threshold determined based on at least one of a system power saving parameter, a system efficiency parameter, and a system performance parameter of the communication system.

Optionally, the preset threshold, the threshold configured by the network device, or the threshold determined according to the capability of the terminal device may be the channel coherence time.

It should be noted that, in this embodiment, a specific value of the preset threshold is not limited. Parameters specifically included in the system power saving parameter, the system efficiency parameter, and the system performance parameter are not limited.

The preset conditions and operations are explained below. The preset conditions and operations may include at least one of the following.

The preset condition is that an interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a first threshold, and the operation is not to report the first report.

Specifically, when the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to the first threshold, it indicates that the first resource is far away from the first report in the time-frequency domain, and the first resource may be an invalid resource. Therefore, the reporting of the first report is not performed.

Optionally, for any one of the first interval to the eighth interval, if the number of the included intervals is multiple, the multiple intervals are all greater than or equal to the first threshold, and the operation is to not report the first report.

The preset condition is that the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a second threshold, and the operation is to not measure the first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource.

In particular, the measurements of the first resources are for each first resource. When the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to the second threshold, it indicates that the first resource is far away from the relative position of the first report in the time-frequency domain, and the first resource may be an invalid resource. Therefore, the measurement of the first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource is not performed.

For example. The interval between the at least one first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource is assumed to be a first interval. The first interval comprises 2 values, respectively: the interval between CSI-RS1 and CSI report and the interval between CSI-RS2 and CSI report. And if the interval between the CSI-RS1 and the CSI report is larger than or equal to a second threshold value, not measuring the CSI-RS 1. And if the interval between the CSI-RS2 and the CSI report is larger than or equal to a second threshold value, not measuring the CSI-RS 2.

Optionally, the measurement of the first resource may include at least one of: channel information measurement and beam measurement.

The preset condition is that an interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a third threshold, and the operation is to not occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource or to release the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource.

Specifically, it is specific for each first resource that the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource is not occupied, or the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource is released. When the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to the third threshold, it indicates that the first resource is far away from the relative position of the first report in the time-frequency domain, and the first resource may be an invalid resource. Therefore, the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource is not occupied or released.

The starting time of the second resource refers to a time for triggering aperiodic CSI reporting, for aperiodic CSI reporting. For example, the position of PCDDH in fig. 3. For periodic or semi-persistent CSI reporting, the starting position of the CSI-RS is referred to.

Alternatively, the second resource may be a hardware resource or a software resource.

Optionally, if the second resource is a hardware resource, the hardware resource may include at least one of the following: a CSI Processing Unit (CSI Processing Unit), a Central Processing Unit (CPU), a memory, and a buffer.

And the preset condition is that the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fourth threshold value, and the operation is to generate a first report according to the first resource and report the first report.

Specifically, when the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than the fourth threshold, it indicates that the relative position of the first resource and the first report in the time-frequency domain is closer, and the first resource may be an effective resource. Therefore, a first report is generated according to the first resource and reported.

Optionally, for any one of the first interval to the eighth interval, if the number of the included intervals is multiple, as long as one of the intervals is smaller than the first threshold, the first report may be generated according to the first resource and the first report may be reported.

The preset condition is that the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fifth threshold, and the operation is to measure a first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource.

In particular, the measurements of the first resources are for each first resource. And when the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fifth threshold value, the relative positions of the first resource and the first report in the time-frequency domain are closer, and the first resource is probably an effective resource. Therefore, a measurement of a first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource is performed.

The preset condition is that an interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and a second time-frequency resource is smaller than a sixth threshold, and the operation is to occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource.

Specifically, the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource is occupied for each first resource. When the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than the sixth threshold, it indicates that the relative positions of the first resource and the first report in the time-frequency domain are closer, and the first resource may be an effective resource. Therefore, the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource is occupied.

Optionally, in S402, the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource may be obtained in the following manner:

and triggering a starting timer or a counter when the first time-frequency resource occupied by the first resource is acquired, and triggering a stopping timer or a counter when the second time-frequency resource occupied by the first report is acquired.

And obtaining the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource through a timer or a counter.

Optionally, in S402, the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource may be obtained in the following manner:

configuration information is obtained.

And obtaining the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource according to the configuration information.

The interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is obtained through the configuration information, and the second resource can be prevented from being occupied.

Optionally, the preset conditions and operations may include:

the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource is greater than or equal to a seventh threshold value, and the operation is to transmit the first report.

Specifically, when the interval between at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to the seventh threshold, it indicates that the first resource is far away from the first report in the time-frequency domain, and the first resource may be an invalid resource. At this point, the transmission of the first report may still be done to ensure the integrity of the communication.

Optionally, the obtaining manner of the seventh threshold may refer to the first threshold to the sixth threshold, and the principle is similar, and is not described here again.

Optionally, the first report includes any one of the following:

a preset value for the first report;

locally stored reports;

and (6) reporting the prediction.

By transmitting the preset value of the first report or the locally stored report, the generation of the first report is avoided, and system resources are saved.

It should be noted that the predicted report may be a predicted report obtained by the terminal device according to a preset algorithm.

The present embodiment provides an information processing method, including: the method comprises the steps of obtaining a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource and a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report, wherein the first report is a report to be generated according to the first resource, determining at least one preset condition to be met according to an interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource, and executing operation corresponding to the at least one preset condition respectively. Through the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource, the effectiveness of the first resource relative to the first report can be determined, the compromise among power saving, system efficiency and performance can be achieved, and the communication quality is improved.

The following describes an information processing method provided in the embodiment of the present application with reference to a specific application scenario.

In an example, fig. 6 is a schematic diagram of a CSI reporting mechanism in an application scenario one provided in the embodiment of the present application, and fig. 7 is a schematic diagram of a CSI reporting mechanism in an application scenario two provided in the embodiment of the present application. The method can be applied to DRX scenes. Wherein fig. 6 shows a long-cycle DRX (long-cycle DRX) scenario, and fig. 7 shows a short-cycle DRX (short-cycle DRX) scenario.

Wherein the DRX scenario involves the following parameters: cycle (cycle), active time (On duration), and sleep time (sleep mode). These parameters are flexibly configurable.

In the DRX scenario, the following situations may occur when CSI is reported.

Optionally, in an example, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS1 of the CSI report 1 occupies CPU 1 during the first activation time, and T1 is the CPU occupation time.

Optionally, in another example, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS2 of the CSI report 2 is not in the same activation time, and in the second activation time, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS2 occupies the CPU 1 in the first activation time, and the T2 occupies the CPU in the second activation time.

Assume T1< T2. Where T is any one of the first threshold value to the sixth threshold value in the embodiment shown in fig. 4.

Optionally, in an implementation manner, when T1< T, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS1 is measured and calculated, and reported through the CSI report 1. And the corresponding CPU 1(CSI processing unit 1) occupies time T1 from the first symbol of CSI-RS1 until after the last symbol of CSI report 1 is transmitted.

Optionally, in another implementation, when T2> T, measurement and calculation are not performed on CSI reference resource CSI-RS2, and CSI report 2 is not reported. Its corresponding CPU 1(CSI processing unit 1) is also not occupied.

Optionally, in another implementation, when T2> T, measurement and calculation are not performed on CSI reference resource CSI-RS2, but CSI report 2 is reported. The reported content may be a default value, a known value after the previous measurement, or a predicted value of the terminal device. Its corresponding CPU 1(CSI processing unit 1) is also not occupied.

Optionally, in another implementation, when T2< T, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS2 is measured and calculated, and reported through CSI report 2. And the corresponding CPU 2(CSI processing unit 2) occupies a time T1 from the first symbol of CSI-RS2 until after the last symbol of CSI report 2 is transmitted.

In a DRX scene, according to the information processing method provided by the application and the interval between CSI reporting and CSI reference resources, whether CSI measurement is carried out or not, whether CSI processing unit resources are occupied or not and whether CSI is reported or not are determined, so that the compromise among power saving, system efficiency and performance is achieved, and the communication quality is improved.

In another example, fig. 8 is a schematic diagram illustrating a principle of a CSI reporting mechanism in an application scenario three according to an embodiment of the present application. The method can be applied to BWP switching scenes. In this scenario, a switch is made from one BWP to another BWP (during which the BWP may be switched more than once) and back again. For the first CSI report that is handed back to this BWP, it is possible that its CSI reference resource is within this BWP before the handover. In this case, the interval between the CSI report and the CSI reference resource corresponding thereto cannot be determined.

Optionally, in an example, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS1 of the CSI report 1 occupies CPU 1 in the first time period of BWP1, and the T1 is the CPU occupation time.

Optionally, in another example, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS2 of CSI report 2 is within the same BWP1, but not in the same time period. In the second time period of the BWP1, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS2 occupies CPU 1 in the first time period of the BWP1, and T2 is the CPU occupation time.

Assume T1< T2. Where T is any one of the first to sixth threshold values in the embodiment shown in fig. 4.

Optionally, in an implementation manner, when T1< T, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS1 is measured and calculated, and reported through the CSI report 1. And the corresponding CPU 1(CSI processing unit 1) occupies time T1 from the first symbol of CSI-RS1 until after the last symbol of CSI report 1 is transmitted.

Optionally, in another implementation, when T2> T, measurement and calculation are not performed on CSI reference resource CSI-RS2, and CSI report 2 is not reported. Its corresponding CPU 1(CSI processing unit 1) is also not occupied.

Optionally, in another implementation, when T2> T, measurement and calculation are not performed on CSI reference resource CSI-RS2, but CSI report 2 is reported. The reported content may be a default value, a known value after the previous measurement, or a predicted value of the UE. Its corresponding CPU 1(CSI processing unit 1) is also not occupied.

Optionally, in another implementation, when T2< T, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS2 is measured and calculated, and reported through CSI report 2. And the corresponding CPU 2(CSI processing unit 2) occupies a time T1 from the first symbol of CSI-RS2 until after the last symbol of CSI report 2 is transmitted.

In a BWP switching scene, by the information processing method provided by the application, the CSI reporting in the BWP switching scene can determine whether to measure the CSI, occupy the CSI processing unit resource and report the CSI according to the interval between the CSI reporting and the CSI reference resource, so that the compromise among power saving, system efficiency and performance is achieved, and the communication quality is improved.

In another example, fig. 9 is a schematic diagram of a CSI reporting mechanism in an application scenario four provided in the embodiment of the present application, fig. 10 is a schematic diagram of a CSI reporting mechanism in an application scenario five provided in the embodiment of the present application, and fig. 11 is a schematic diagram of a CSI reporting mechanism in an application scenario six provided in the embodiment of the present application. The method can be applied to the scene that the interval between the CSI reporting resource and the CSI reference resource is too large in the time domain. For example, when the configuration is not reasonable, or due to unreasonable scheduling, the interval between the CSI report and the CSI reference resource is too large, or due to a plurality of continuous uplink resources before the CSI report, there may be no effective CSI reference resource near the CSI report, which may cause the interval between the CSI report and the CSI reference resource to be too large.

Fig. 9 shows a scenario based on periodic or semi-persistent CSI reference resources and periodic or semi-persistent CSI reporting. Fig. 10 shows a scenario based on periodic, semi-persistent CSI reference resources and aperiodic CSI reporting. Fig. 11 shows a scenario based on aperiodic CSI reference resources and aperiodic CSI reporting.

The information processing method provided by the embodiment is suitable for the following situations.

Optionally, in an example, the CSI reference resource of CSI report 1 is CSI-RS2, and T1 is a time interval thereof, which occupies CPU 1.

Optionally, in another example, the CSI reference resources of CSI report 2 are CSI-RS1 and CSI-RS 2. T2 is the time interval between CSI report 2 and its corresponding CSI reference resource CSI-RS1, which occupies CPU 2. T3 is the time interval between CSI report 2 and its corresponding CSI reference resource CSI-RS2, which occupies CPU 3.

Suppose T1< T3< T2. T is any one of the first to sixth threshold values in the embodiment shown in fig. 4.

Optionally, in an implementation manner, when T1< T, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS1 is measured and calculated, and reported through the CSI report 1. And the corresponding CPU 1(CSI processing unit 1) occupies from the first symbol of CSI-RS1 until after the last symbol of CSI report 1 is transmitted.

Optionally, in another implementation, when T2> T3> T, neither CSI-RS1 nor CSI-RS2 is measured and calculated, and CSI report 2 is not reported. Its corresponding CPU 2(CSI processing unit 2) and CPU 3 are not occupied. Alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

optionally, in another implementation, when T2> T3> T, neither CSI-RS1 nor CSI-RS2 is measured and calculated, but CSI report 2 is reported. The reported content may be a default value, a known value after the previous measurement, or a predicted value of the UE. Its corresponding CPU 2(CSI processing unit 2) and CPU 3 are not occupied.

Optionally, in another implementation manner, when T3< T2 is, the CSI reference resource CSI-RS2 is measured and calculated, and the CSI reference resource CSI-RS1 is not measured and calculated, and is reported through the CSI report 2. The reported content only comprises the measured value of the CSI-RS2, or comprises the measured value of the CSI-RS2 and the default value of the CSI-RS1, or a known value or a predicted value calculated in the previous time. And the corresponding CPU2 is not occupied after the corresponding CPU 3(CSI processing unit 3) occupies from the first symbol of CSI-RS2 until the last symbol of CSI report 2 is transmitted.

In this embodiment, under a scenario where the CSI reporting and the CSI reference resource are configured differently, whether to perform CSI measurement, whether to occupy a CSI processing unit resource, and whether to report CSI may be determined according to an interval between the CSI reporting and the CSI reference resource, so that a tradeoff between power saving, system efficiency, and performance is achieved, and communication quality is improved.

Fig. 12 is a schematic structural diagram of a terminal device according to a first embodiment of the present application. The terminal device provided in this embodiment is configured to execute the information processing method provided in any one of the embodiments shown in fig. 4 to fig. 11. As shown in fig. 12, the terminal device provided in this embodiment may include:

an obtaining module 21, configured to obtain a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource and a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report, where the first report is a report to be generated according to the first resource;

a determining module 22, configured to determine, according to an interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource, at least one preset condition that is met;

and the execution module 23 is configured to execute operations corresponding to the at least one preset condition respectively.

Optionally, the number of the first resources is at least one, the number of the first time-frequency resources is at least one, and at least one first resource corresponds to at least one first time-frequency resource one to one;

the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource comprises:

an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource.

Optionally, the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource includes:

a first interval, wherein the first interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position in a time domain of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource and a start position or an end position in a time domain of the second time-frequency resource; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

a second interval, wherein the second interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position in a time domain of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource and a start position or an end position in a time domain of the second time-frequency resource; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

a third interval, wherein the third interval is: a time interval between a start position or an end position of at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

a fourth interval, wherein the fourth interval is: a distance between a start position or an end position of the first time-frequency resource, which is closest to the second time-frequency resource in the time domain, of the at least one first time-frequency resource in the time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

a fifth interval, wherein the fifth interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

a sixth interval, wherein the sixth interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

a seventh interval, wherein the seventh interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position of at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,

an eighth interval, wherein the eighth interval is: the first time-frequency resource which is closest to the second time-frequency resource on the frequency domain in the at least one first time-frequency resource has a distance between the starting position or the ending position on the frequency domain and the starting position or the ending position on the frequency domain of the second time-frequency resource.

Optionally, the preset condition and the operation include:

the preset condition is that an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a first threshold, and the operation is not to report the first report; and/or;

the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a second threshold, and the operation is not to measure the first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or;

the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a third threshold, and the operation is not to occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource or to release the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or;

the preset condition is that an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fourth threshold, and the operation is to generate the first report according to the first resource and report the first report; and/or;

the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fifth threshold, and the operation is to measure a first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or;

the preset condition is that an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a sixth threshold, and the operation is to occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource.

Optionally, the first threshold, the second threshold, the third threshold, the fourth threshold, the fifth threshold, or the sixth threshold includes any one of the following:

a preset threshold value;

a threshold configured by the network device;

and determining a threshold value according to the terminal equipment capability.

Optionally, the preset threshold, the threshold configured by the network device, or the threshold determined according to the capability of the terminal device is any one of the following:

a threshold determined according to the channel coherence time;

a threshold determined based on at least one of a system power saving parameter, a system efficiency parameter, and a system performance parameter of the communication system.

Optionally, the second resource is a hardware resource or a software resource.

Optionally, if the second resource is a hardware resource, the hardware resource includes at least one of the following: the channel state indicates processing unit, CPU, memory and buffer.

Optionally, the determining module 22 is specifically configured to:

triggering a timer or a counter to start when a first time-frequency resource occupied by the first resource is acquired, and triggering a timer or a counter to stop when a second time-frequency resource occupied by the first report is acquired;

and obtaining the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource through the timer or the counter.

Optionally, the determining module 22 is specifically configured to:

acquiring configuration information;

and obtaining the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource according to the configuration information.

Optionally, the first report includes at least one of: CRI, SSBRI, SRSRI, L1-RSRP, CQI, PMI, RI, LI, RSRQ, and RSSI.

Optionally, the first resource includes at least one of the following: CSI-RS, TRS, DRMS, PTRS, SRS, PDCCH, PDSCH, PRACH, PUCCH, PUSCH, and SSB.

The terminal device provided in this embodiment is configured to execute the information processing method provided in any one of the embodiments shown in fig. 4 to 11, and the technical principle and the technical effect are similar, which are not described herein again.

Fig. 13 is a schematic structural diagram of a terminal device according to a second embodiment of the present application. As shown in fig. 13, the terminal device includes a processor 31, a memory 32, and a transceiver 33, where the memory 32 is configured to store instructions, the transceiver 33 is configured to communicate with other devices, and the processor 31 is configured to execute the instructions stored in the memory 32, so that the terminal device executes the information processing method provided in any one of the embodiments shown in fig. 4 to 11, and specific implementation and technical effects are similar, and are not described herein again.

It should be noted that the division of the modules of the above apparatus is only a logical division, and the actual implementation may be wholly or partially integrated into one physical entity, or may be physically separated. And these modules can be realized in the form of software called by processing element; or may be implemented entirely in hardware; and part of the modules can be realized in the form of calling software by the processing element, and part of the modules can be realized in the form of hardware. For example, the determining module may be a processing element separately set up, or may be implemented by being integrated in a chip of the apparatus, or may be stored in a memory of the apparatus in the form of program code, and the function of the determining module is called and executed by a processing element of the apparatus. Other modules are implemented similarly. In addition, all or part of the modules can be integrated together or can be independently realized. The processing element described herein may be an integrated circuit having signal processing capabilities. In implementation, each step of the above method or each module above may be implemented by an integrated logic circuit of hardware in a processor element or an instruction in the form of software.

For example, the above modules may be one or more integrated circuits configured to implement the above methods, such as: one or more Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), or one or more microprocessors (DSPs), or one or more Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), among others. For another example, when some of the above modules are implemented in the form of a processing element scheduler code, the processing element may be a general-purpose processor, such as a Central Processing Unit (CPU) or other processor that can call program code. As another example, these modules may be integrated together, implemented in the form of a system-on-a-chip (SOC).

In the above embodiments, the implementation may be wholly or partially realized by software, hardware, firmware, or any combination thereof. When implemented in software, may be implemented in whole or in part in the form of a computer program product. The computer program product includes one or more computer instructions. When loaded and executed on a computer, cause the processes or functions described in accordance with the embodiments of the application to occur, in whole or in part. The computer may be a general purpose computer, a special purpose computer, a network of computers, or other programmable device. The computer instructions may be stored in a computer readable storage medium or transmitted from one computer readable storage medium to another, for example, from one website site, computer, server, or data center to another website site, computer, server, or data center via wired (e.g., coaxial cable, fiber optic, Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)) or wireless (e.g., infrared, wireless, microwave, etc.). The computer-readable storage medium can be any available medium that can be accessed by a computer or a data storage device, such as a server, a data center, etc., that incorporates one or more of the available media. The usable medium may be a magnetic medium (e.g., floppy disk, hard disk, magnetic tape), an optical medium (e.g., DVD), or a semiconductor medium (e.g., Solid State Disk (SSD)), among others.

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1. An information processing method characterized by comprising:
acquiring a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource and a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report, wherein the first report is a report to be generated according to the first resource;
determining at least one preset condition to be met according to the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource;
and executing operations respectively corresponding to the at least one preset condition.
2. The method of claim 1, wherein the first resource is at least one, the first time-frequency resource is at least one, and at least one first resource corresponds to at least one first time-frequency resource one to one;
the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource comprises:
an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource.
3. The method of claim 2, wherein the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource comprises:
a first interval, wherein the first interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position in a time domain of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource and a start position or an end position in a time domain of the second time-frequency resource; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a second interval, wherein the second interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position in a time domain of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource and a start position or an end position in a time domain of the second time-frequency resource; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a third interval, wherein the third interval is: a time interval between a start position or an end position of at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a fourth interval, wherein the fourth interval is: a distance between a start position or an end position of the first time-frequency resource, which is closest to the second time-frequency resource in the time domain, of the at least one first time-frequency resource in the time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a fifth interval, wherein the fifth interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a sixth interval, wherein the sixth interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a seventh interval, wherein the seventh interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position of at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
an eighth interval, wherein the eighth interval is: the first time-frequency resource which is closest to the second time-frequency resource on the frequency domain in the at least one first time-frequency resource has a distance between the starting position or the ending position on the frequency domain and the starting position or the ending position on the frequency domain of the second time-frequency resource.
4. The method according to claim 2 or 3, wherein the preset conditions and the operations comprise:
the preset condition is that an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a first threshold, and the operation is not to report the first report; and/or;
the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a second threshold, and the operation is not to measure the first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or;
the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a third threshold, and the operation is not to occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource or to release the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or;
the preset condition is that an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fourth threshold, and the operation is to generate the first report according to the first resource and report the first report; and/or;
the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fifth threshold, and the operation is to measure a first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or;
the preset condition is that an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a sixth threshold, and the operation is to occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource.
5. The method of claim 4, wherein the first threshold, the second threshold, the third threshold, the fourth threshold, the fifth threshold, or the sixth threshold comprises any one of:
a preset threshold value;
a threshold configured by the network device;
and determining a threshold value according to the terminal equipment capability.
6. The method according to claim 5, wherein the preset threshold, the threshold configured by the network device, or the threshold determined according to the capability of the terminal device is any one of the following:
a threshold determined according to the channel coherence time;
a threshold determined based on at least one of a system power saving parameter, a system efficiency parameter, and a system performance parameter of the communication system.
7. The method of claim 4, wherein the second resource is a hardware resource or a software resource.
8. The method of claim 7, wherein if the second resource is a hardware resource, the hardware resource comprises at least one of: the device comprises a channel state indication processing unit, a Central Processing Unit (CPU), a memory and a buffer.
9. The method of claim 1, wherein the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource comprises:
triggering a timer or a counter to start when a first time-frequency resource occupied by the first resource is acquired, and triggering a timer or a counter to stop when a second time-frequency resource occupied by the first report is acquired;
and obtaining the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource through the timer or the counter.
10. The method according to claim 1, wherein the determining according to the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource comprises:
acquiring configuration information;
and obtaining the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource according to the configuration information.
11. The method of any one of claims 1-10, wherein the first report comprises at least one of:
CSI-RS resource indication CRI, SSB resource indication SSBRI, sounding reference signal resource indication SRSRI, layer 1 reference signal received power L1-RSRP, channel quality indication CQI, precoding matrix indication PMI, rank indication RI, layer indication LI, reference signal received quality RSRQ and received signal strength indication RSSI.
12. The method according to any of claims 1-10, wherein the first resource comprises at least one of:
the system comprises a channel state information reference signal CSI-RS, a tracking reference signal TRS, a demodulation reference signal DRMS, a phase tracking reference signal PTRS, a sounding reference signal SRS, a physical downlink control channel PDCCH, a physical downlink shared channel PDSCH, a physical random access channel PRACH, a physical uplink control channel PUCCH, a physical uplink shared channel PUSCH and a synchronous signal block SSB.
13. A terminal device, comprising:
an obtaining module, configured to obtain a first time-frequency resource occupied by a first resource and a second time-frequency resource occupied by a first report, where the first report is a report to be generated according to the first resource;
a determining module, configured to determine, according to an interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource, at least one preset condition that is met;
and the execution module is used for executing the operation corresponding to the at least one preset condition respectively.
14. The terminal device according to claim 13, wherein the first resource is at least one, the first time-frequency resource is at least one, and at least one first resource corresponds to at least one first time-frequency resource one to one;
the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource comprises:
an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource.
15. The terminal device according to claim 14, wherein the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource comprises:
a first interval, wherein the first interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position in a time domain of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource and a start position or an end position in a time domain of the second time-frequency resource; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a second interval, wherein the second interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position in a time domain of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource and a start position or an end position in a time domain of the second time-frequency resource; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a third interval, wherein the third interval is: a time interval between a start position or an end position of at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a fourth interval, wherein the fourth interval is: a distance between a start position or an end position of the first time-frequency resource, which is closest to the second time-frequency resource in the time domain, of the at least one first time-frequency resource in the time domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the time domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a fifth interval, wherein the fifth interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a sixth interval, wherein the sixth interval is: a minimum value in an interval between a start position or an end position of each of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
a seventh interval, wherein the seventh interval is: a separation between a start position or an end position of at least one of the at least one first time-frequency resource in a frequency domain and a start position or an end position of the second time-frequency resource in the frequency domain; alternatively, the first and second electrodes may be,
an eighth interval, wherein the eighth interval is: the first time-frequency resource which is closest to the second time-frequency resource on the frequency domain in the at least one first time-frequency resource has a distance between the starting position or the ending position on the frequency domain and the starting position or the ending position on the frequency domain of the second time-frequency resource.
16. The terminal device according to claim 14 or 15, wherein the preset condition and the operation comprise:
the preset condition is that an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a first threshold, and the operation is not to report the first report; and/or;
the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a second threshold, and the operation is not to measure the first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or;
the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is greater than or equal to a third threshold, and the operation is not to occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource or to release the second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or;
the preset condition is that an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fourth threshold, and the operation is to generate the first report according to the first resource and report the first report; and/or;
the preset condition is that the interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a fifth threshold, and the operation is to measure a first resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource; and/or;
the preset condition is that an interval between the at least one first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource is smaller than a sixth threshold, and the operation is to occupy a second resource corresponding to the first time-frequency resource.
17. The terminal device of claim 16, wherein the first threshold, the second threshold, the third threshold, the fourth threshold, the fifth threshold, or the sixth threshold comprises any one of the following:
a preset threshold value;
a threshold configured by the network device;
and determining a threshold value according to the terminal equipment capability.
18. The terminal device according to claim 17, wherein the preset threshold, the threshold configured by the network device, or the threshold determined according to the terminal device capability is any one of the following:
a threshold determined according to the channel coherence time;
a threshold determined based on at least one of a system power saving parameter, a system efficiency parameter, and a system performance parameter of the communication system.
19. The terminal device of claim 16, wherein the second resource is a hardware resource or a software resource.
20. The terminal device of claim 19, wherein if the second resource is a hardware resource, the hardware resource comprises at least one of the following: the device comprises a channel state indication processing unit, a Central Processing Unit (CPU), a memory and a buffer.
21. The terminal device of claim 13, wherein the determining module is specifically configured to:
triggering a timer or a counter to start when a first time-frequency resource occupied by the first resource is acquired, and triggering a timer or a counter to stop when a second time-frequency resource occupied by the first report is acquired;
and obtaining the interval between the first time frequency resource and the second time frequency resource through the timer or the counter.
22. The terminal device of claim 13, wherein the determining module is specifically configured to:
acquiring configuration information;
and obtaining the interval between the first time-frequency resource and the second time-frequency resource according to the configuration information.
23. The terminal device according to any of claims 13-22, wherein the first report comprises at least one of:
CSI-RS resource indication CRI, SSB resource indication SSBRI, sounding reference signal resource indication SRSRI, layer 1 reference signal received power L1-RSRP, channel quality indication CQI, precoding matrix indication PMI, rank indication RI, layer indication LI, reference signal received quality RSRQ and received signal strength indication RSSI.
24. A terminal device according to any of claims 13-22, wherein the first resource comprises at least one of:
the system comprises a channel state information reference signal CSI-RS, a tracking reference signal TRS, a demodulation reference signal DRMS, a phase tracking reference signal PTRS, a sounding reference signal SRS, a physical downlink control channel PDCCH, a physical downlink shared channel PDSCH, a physical random access channel PRACH, a physical uplink control channel PUCCH, a physical uplink shared channel PUSCH and a synchronous signal block SSB.
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