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TWI353125B
TWI353125B TW96125926A TW96125926A TWI353125B TW I353125 B TWI353125 B TW I353125B TW 96125926 A TW96125926 A TW 96125926A TW 96125926 A TW96125926 A TW 96125926A TW I353125 B TWI353125 B TW I353125B
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1353125 IX. DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION: TECHNICAL FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present disclosure relates generally to communications, and more particularly to transmission techniques for wireless communication systems. [Prior Art]

Wireless communication systems are widely deployed to provide various communication services such as voice, video, packet data, messaging, and broadcasting. Such wireless systems may be multi-directional proximity systems capable of supporting multiple users by sharing available system resources. Examples of such multi-directional proximity systems include a code division multi-directional proximity (CDMA) system, a time division multi-directional proximity (TDMA) system, a frequency division multi-directional proximity (FDMA) system, a quadrature FDMA (〇FDMA) system, and a single carrier. FDMA (SC-FDMA) system. In a wireless communication system, a base station can serve many users. These users can observe different channel conditions (e.g., different fading, multipath and interference effects) and can achieve different received signal to interference ratios (SINR). In addition, given users can observe frequency selective fading and can achieve different SINRs across system bandwidth. There is a need to support transmissions for different users with different channel conditions to achieve good performance for all users. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION Feng Wen describes techniques for having "exogenous 0 5^" and frequency diversity scheduling (FDS). For FSS 'at at least sub-bands for FSS - selected for sub-bands of users The transmission for the user is sent on. For deletion, the transmission of the 122906.doc user may be sent across multiple sub-bands for the FDS to achieve channel and interference diversity. :: Design, for a FSS user The first from the system bandwidth is mapped to the user; at least one sub-band is selected to use each resource block T-band. Each sub-band may include multiple resource blocks, and the transmission mapping: includes multiple sub-bands Carrier. A fixed portion of the ground, selected subbands may be used in different time intervals (eg, fixed resource 2 may also:: hopping in selected subbands at different times: =): transmission mapping Different portions of the selected sub-bands (eg, different may span a plurality of sub-bands in the second frequency region to map a second transmission for the user = the second frequency region may correspond to the system bandwidth Two non-overlapping parts The plurality of sub-bands in the second frequency region may be contiguous or non-contiguous. The second transmission may be mapped to different sub-bands in the second frequency region in different time intervals by sub-band hopping. Resource block-level frequency hopping while mapping the second transmission to different resource blocks in the second frequency region in different time intervals. Generally speaking, the transmission may be mapped to - or a sub-band in multiple sub-bands in different time intervals Different sets of time. The time interval may correspond to a - symbol period, a time slot, a sub-frame, etc. The frequency hopping may be performed based on a fixed hopping pattern or a pseudo-random hopping pattern. The various disclosures of the present disclosure are described in more detail below. [Embodiment] FIG. 1 shows a wireless communication system 100 having a plurality of Node Bs 110 and a plurality of UEs 120. The Node B is generally a fixed station that communicates with the UE and may also be referred to as Evolution 122906.doc 1353125 Node B (eNode B), base station, access point, etc. Each Node B 110 provides communication coverage for a particular geographic area and supports communication for UEs located within the coverage area. The term "cell" "visual The context of the term may refer to Node B and/or its coverage area. System controller 130 may be coupled to Node B and provide coordination and control for Node B. System Controller 130 may be a single network entity or network. A collection of path entities, for example, a Mobility Management Entity (MME) / System Architecture Evolution (SAE) gateway, a Radio Network Controller (RNC), etc. The UE 120 can be dispersed throughout the system, and each UE can For fixed or mobile, the UE can also be called a mobile station, a mobile device, a terminal, an access terminal, a subscriber unit, a station, etc. The UE can be a cellular phone, a personal digital assistant (PDA), a wireless communication device. , handheld devices, wireless data machines, laptops, and more. The terms "UE" and "user" are used interchangeably in the following description. Node B may transmit data to one or more UEs on the downlink and/or one of the uplinks at any given time. Or multiple UEs receive data. The downlink (or forward link) refers to the communication link from the Node B to the UE, and the uplink (or reverse link) refers to the communication link from the UE to the Node B. The transmission techniques described herein can be used for both downlink and uplink transmissions. These techniques can also be used in various wireless communication systems such as CDMA, TDMA, FDMA, OFDMA, and SC-FDMA systems. Terms are often used interchangeably. "System" and "Network". The CDMA system can implement a radio technology such as Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (UTRA), cdma2000, and the like. UTRA includes Wideband CDMA (W-CDMA) and Low Chip Rate (LCR). Cdma2000 includes Μ ι 22906.doc 1353125 2000, IS-95 and IS-856 standards. A TDMA system can implement a radio technology such as the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM). An OFDMA system may implement a radio technology such as Evolved UTRA (E-UTRA), IEEE 802.1 1, IEEE 802.16, IEEE 802.20, Flash-OFDM®, and the like. These various radio technologies and standards are known in the art. UTRA, E-UTRA and GSM are part of the Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS). Long Term Evolution (LTE) is an upcoming release of UMTS that uses E-UTRA. UTRA, E-UTRA, GSM, UMTS, and LTE are described in documents from an organization named " Third Generation Partnership Project" (3GPP). Cdma2000 is described in a file from an organization named "3rd Generation Partnership Project 2" (3GPP2). For clarity, certain aspects of the transmission techniques are described below with respect to LTE, and 3GPP terminology is used in the following extensive description. LTE utilizes orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) on the downlink and single carrier frequency division multiplexing (SC-FDM) on the uplink. OFDM and SC-FDM divide the system bandwidth into a plurality of (N) orthogonal subcarriers, and generally refer to these orthogonal subcarriers as carrier frequency modulation, secondary carrier (bin), and the like. Each subcarrier can be modulated by data. In general, for OFDM, the modulation symbols are transmitted in the frequency domain and for SC-FDM, the modulation symbols are transmitted in the time domain. The spacing between adjacent subcarriers can be fixed, and the total number of subcarriers (N) can depend on the system bandwidth. In one design, N = 5 12 for a system bandwidth of 5 MHz, N = 1024 for a system bandwidth of 10 MHz, and N = 2048 for a system bandwidth of 20 MHz. In general, N can be any integer value. 122906.doc 丄乃3125 Figure 2 shows the frequency structure 200 that cannot be used for transmission. The system bandwidth can be divided into $ NSB sub-bands, each sub-band can be divided into resource blocks, and each: the source block can include Nsc sub-carriers. In general, Nsb, Nrb &

Nsc can be any integer value. In one design, each resource block includes ^SC 12 subcarriers. The number of subbands (NSB) and the number of source blocks in each subband (Nrb) may depend on the system bandwidth. In one design, the system bandwidth is divided into Nsb = 6 subbands, and each subband includes Nrb

-8 resource blocks. For Nsb, Nrb, and - other values can also be used to make Nsb.Nrb.Nscsn. Figure 3 shows the time structure that cannot be used for transmission. The transmission schedule can be divided into d-right frames. Each frame can span a predetermined duration, such as ' 1 〇 milliseconds (four). The frame can be divided into time slots, and each time slot can include an NW solid symbol period '# can be any integer value. In the design, each frame packet #Nsh)t = 2G time slots, and each time slot may include Nsym = 6 or 7 symbol periods. A sub-frame may include two time slots and may also be referred to as a transmission time interval (ΤΤΙ). In general, each frame may include any number of sub-frames and time slots, and each number of time slots may include Symbol period. * Figure 4 shows the resource structure available for transmission. The available time-frequency resources can be partitioned into time-frequency resource blocks. The time frequency resource block is the smallest unit of resources that can be configured to the user. In general, the t-frequency resource H covers the material size and spans the duration. In the second-design, the -time frequency resource block covers one frequency slot over time. In this design, if the resource block includes a fixed 122906.doc 1353125 contiguous subcarrier, the time frequency resource block includes 72 resource elements when the time slot has six symbol periods and 84 when the time slot has seven symbol periods. Resource elements. A resource element is a subcarrier in one symbol period and can be used to transmit a modulation symbol. In a design for use in a large number of the following descriptions, a time-frequency resource block covers one resource block in frequency, and the term ''resource block'' may refer to a set of subcarriers or a block of resource elements. When scheduling for transmission, one or more resource blocks can be assigned to a user. Users can be dispersed throughout the system and different channel conditions can be observed. For some users, if the transmission is transmitted across the frequency, the connection is sent. Efficiency can be improved by channel and interference diversity. For other users, if the transmission is sent in a specific part of the system bandwidth with a higher SINR, the performance can be improved. In one aspect, the system can support The scheduling mechanism/type shown in Table 1. Frequency selective scheduling (FSS) can also be called subband scheduling. Frequency diversity scheduling (FDS) can also be called frequency hop scheduling. Table 1 Schedule Type Description Frequency Selective Scheduling (FSS) transmits transmissions for a user on subcarriers within a portion of the system bandwidth (eg, within a selected subband). Frequency Diversity Scheduling (FDS) across system bandwidth It Transmissions for a user are transmitted on all or most of the subcarriers (eg, in multiple subbands). In one design, FDS is achieved by frequency hopping. For frequency hopping, the system can be in different hop periods. The transmission for a user is sent in different parts of the bandwidth. The hop period is the amount of time spent on a given set of subcarriers, and may correspond to a symbol period, a time slot, a subframe, a frame 122906 .doc -10- 25 etc. A different set of subcarriers can be selected from all subcarriers available for coffee based on the hopping pattern that the user may know. In a meter, by the user Assigning subcarriers within the selected subband to achieve a wide, selected subband may be a subband for the user to achieve the highest SINR for all subbands available for fss. The frequency hopping may also be used, but may be limited to the selected subband. In a design to support FSS and FDS, the system bandwidth can be divided into multiple (Nsb) sub-bands, and each sub-band can be used for coffee or coffee. It can be sent on the broadcast channel (BCH) or Transfer by other means Indicates which sub-bands are used for the FSS and which sub-bands are used for the information. For example, 'sub-band bit masks for each of the Nsb sub-bands may include one bit. It may be used for each sub-band. The bit is set to q to indicate that the sub-band is used to just or set it to 丨 to indicate that the sub-band is used for FSS °. In one design, resources in the sub-band for FSS can be assigned to the FSS user. In this design, the FSS user may be limited to a sub-band, which may be selected from all sub-bands used for the FSS. The resource blocks assigned to the MS user may occupy a fixed set of sub-shapes (no frequency hopping) Or a different set of subcarriers (with frequency hopping). In a design, the fds user can be assigned resource blocks in any of the subbands of the FDS. In this design, FDS users can jump across all subbands used for FDS. The resource blocks assigned to the FDS user may occupy different sets of subcarriers for use in the subbands of the FDs. The transmission techniques described herein are effective in supporting Fss and fds using '122906.doc 11 1353125' and allow both types of users to achieve good performance. Some users may benefit from the channel and interference diversity achieved by the FDS, and other users may benefit from transmission over a particular sub-band with a good SINR. These transmission techniques allow both F S S and F D S users to easily multiplex within a given time period (e.g., a time slot, a sub-frame, etc.). These transmission techniques can be supported by various multiplex structures, some of which are described below. FIG. 5 shows the design of subband structure 500. In this design, the system bandwidth is partitioned into NSB = 6 entity subbands, which are assigned an exponent 〇 to 5. Each entity subband covers a specific portion of the system bandwidth. Six virtual sub-bands are also defined and assigned an index 〇 to 5. When frequency hopping is not used, the virtual sub-band s is mapped to the entity sub-band s, and both can be simply referred to as sub-bands π{0, .., 5}. When frequency hopping is used, the virtual sub-band s can be mapped to different entity sub-bands in different time intervals. The virtual subband simplifies the configuration of resources when using frequency hopping. In the following description, unless otherwise noted, the term "subband" refers to an entity subband. Figure 6A shows the design of a multiplex structure 600 that supports FSS and fds by subband hopping. In the process, the system bandwidth is divided into NSB = 6 entity subbands 〇 to 5, two entity subbands 〇 and 1 are used for FSS 'and four entity subbands 2 to 5 are used for FDS. For fss, virtual subbands The mapping between the subbands and the entities is static. In the example shown, the virtual subbands are mapped to the entity subbands in each day interval, and in each time interval The virtual sub-band 丨 is mapped to the entity sub-band 1. 122906.doc 1353125 For FDS, each virtual sub-band can be mapped to any of the physical sub-bands for the FDS in each time interval. In the example shown, the virtual subband 2 is mapped to the entity subband 2 in the time interval, it is mapped to the entity subband 3 in the time interval "+1", and it is mapped to the time interval «+2 Entity subband 4, etc. Figure 6A Mapping of virtual subbands 2 to 5 to entity subbands 2 to 5 in each 'time interval.' In the example shown in Figure 6A, each virtual subband for FDS spans in a duty cycle or a Lu cycle The physical subbands are hopped from subbands 2 to 5. The mapping of the virtual subbands to the physical subbands may also be based on other hopping patterns. Figure 6B shows the design of a multiplexed structure 610 that supports FSS and hopping by subband level. In the example design, 'the system bandwidth is divided into NSB = 6 entity subbands 〇 to 5', two entity subbands 〇 and 3 are used for FSS, and four entity subbands 1, 2, 4 and 5 are used for FDS. For FSS, for se{0,3}, the virtual subband 5 is mapped to the entity subband ί in each time interval. • For FDS, each virtual subband can be mapped to each time interval. Any one of the physical sub-bands of the FDS. In the example shown in FIG. 6A, the virtual sub-frequency band 1 is mapped to the entity sub-bands 1, 2, 4 and in different time intervals based on the pseudo-random hopping pattern. 5 different ones. Also based on phase • same pseudo-random jump pattern but follow The virtual subbands 2, 4, and 5 are mapped to the physical subbands 丨, 2, 4, and 5 from the virtual subbands 丨, 2, and 3, respectively, in the example design shown in FIGS. 6A and 6B. Two sub-bands are used for FSS, and four sub-bands are used for deletion. In general, any of 122906.doc 13 1353125 in Nsb sub-bands can be used for FSS. Sub-bands for FSS can be adjacent to each other (for example, as shown in the figure) 6A) or non-contiguous, and may be distributed across system bandwidth (eg, as shown in FIG. 6B). Subbands not used for FSS may be used for FDS. Subband-level frequency hopping may be performed across all subbands used for FDS. . The resource block can be assigned to the FDS user in several ways by sub-band level hopping. As shown in FIG. 2, each sub-band may include NRB resource blocks having indices ^ to ^. The FDS user can be assigned a special resource block r of a particular virtual sub-band. The virtual subband 5 can be mapped to different entity subbands in different time intervals by subband level hopping. In one design, the virtual sub-band Nrb resource blocks are mapped to the same resource block locations in each of the entity sub-bands to which the virtual sub-band 5 is mapped. For example, in Figure 6A, the FDS user can be assigned a resource block r-3 in the virtual sub-band ?=1. Then, the ^^^^ user can be mapped to the resource block 3 in the entity subband 1 in the time interval w, and mapped to the resource block 3 in the entity subband 5 in the time interval "+1", The time interval „+2 maps it to resource block 3, $, etc. in the entity subband 2. FDS users can be mapped to different entity subbands in different time intervals, but the resource block locations within these entity subbands do not change. In the alternative, the fds user can be assigned a particular resource block in a particular virtual subband, and the resource block r in the virtual subband $ can be mapped to a different resource block location in a different entity subband. Figure 7 shows that Fss and the design of the multiplexed structure 7G0 by resource block-level hopping are not supported. In this example design, the n-system bandwidth is divided into NSB = 6 entity sub-bands to 5, and four entity sub-bands 〇, 丨, 3, and 5 are used for FSS' J two sub-bands 2 and 4 for FDS. . For Fss, virtual 122906.doc • 14-1353125 The mapping between the pseudo subband and the entity subband is static, and the pair is called 0, 1, 3, 5}, and the virtual subband is read in every-time interval. Resource blocks for all physical sub-bands of the sub-band s can be aggregated and can be called physical resource blocks. In the example design shown in Figure 7, the per-sub-subband includes NRB = 8 resource blocks and is used for just the physical sub-band... including a total of 16 physical resource blocks, to which an index 〇 is assigned to 15. Can be defined _

The resource block is intended and assigned an index 〇 to 15. Virtual resource blocks simplify the configuration of resources when using: frequency. For FDS, resource block level hopping can be used, and each virtual resource block can be mapped to any of the physical resource blocks in each-time interval. In the example shown in FIG. 7, the virtual resource block 〇 is mapped to the physical resource block 0 in the time interval, and is mapped to the physical resource block in the time interval state, and mapped to the physical resource in the time interval M2. Block 2, etc. Figure 7 shows the virtual resource block 〇 to 15 to the physical resource block ^ to ^ in each time interval

Mapping. In the example shown in FIG. 7, each virtual resource block jumps in a round-robin manner by the more physical resource blocks 15 to 15. The mapping of virtual resource blocks to physical resource blocks can also be based on other hopping patterns. The FDS user can assign the virtual (four) source block p to map the virtual resource block r to different physical resource blocks that can be in the same or different sub-bands in different time intervals by resource block-level hopping. In the seven example designs, four non-contiguous sub-bands are used for FSS, and two (four) adjacent sub-bands are used for FDS. In general, any of the Nsb sub-bands can be used for FSS, and the remaining sub-bands can be used. FDS. Resource block-level hopping can be performed across all sub-bands of FDS across 122906.doc • 15- 1353125. Sub-frequency hopping (eg, as shown in Figures 6a and 6B) can have cross-system frequency a wider hop position, where the number of hop positions is determined by the number of sub-bands used for fDS. Resource block-level hopping (eg, as shown in Figure 7) may have more hopping positions across the system because there may be ratios A resource block for FDS that is used for many FDS2 subbands.

In general, frequency hopping may or may not be used for Fss. In a design, no frequency hopping is used for FSS. In this design, the same resource block in the given sub-band can be configured for an FSS user, and the transmission for this FSS user can be sent in the same portion of the system bandwidth. In another design, frequency hopping within subbands is used for FSS. In this design, different resource blocks in the dice band can be configured for an FSS user, and transmissions for this FSS user can be sent in different portions of the subband. 8 shows a design of a multiplex structure 800 that supports frequency hopping with resource blocks spanning a sub-band. In this design, the subband includes 1^8 = 8

The entity k source block, to which it is tied to the index 〇 to 7. Eight virtual sub-bands are also defined and assigned an index 〇 to 7. Each virtual resource block can be mapped to any of the physical resource blocks 〇 to 7 at each time interval. In the example shown in FIG. 8, the virtual resource block 〇 is mapped to the physical resource block 0 in the time interval „, which is mapped to the physical resource block 时间 in the time interval “+1”, in the time interval “+2” It maps to entity resource block 2, etc. Figure 8 shows the mapping of virtual resource blocks 0 to 7 to physical resource blocks 〇 to 7 in each time interval. Figure 8 shows a cyclic shift hopping pattern, and can also be used Other hopping patterns. In the example design shown in Figures 6A, 6B and 7, some subbands are used for FCS' with 122906.doc 1353125 and the remaining subbands are used for FDS. It may be necessary to allow all or many of the nsb subbands Sub-bands are used for Fss. Different Fss users can achieve good performance in different sub-bands. Improved performance can be achieved by scheduling Fss users on their desired sub-bands (eg, higher system delivery) the amount). '

fFS is supported on all subbands. In this example design, the system bandwidth is partitioned into NSB = 6 subbands 5 to 5'. In each time period, two subbands are used for FSS and four subbands are used for FDS. Generally, the time period may correspond to a -symbol period, a time slot, a sub-frame, etc. In this example design, the sub-bands i and i are used for the MS in the time period, and the sub-bands 2 and 3 Used in coffee in the time period state, subband * and $ for FSS in time period W+2, and so on. In each-time period, the sub-band not used for FSS is used for just. Frequency hopping across sub-bands or resource blocks can be used for the sub-bands used.

The figure shows a plurality of (10) solid time interleaving from the display support FSS and FDS, where each time-interleaving is evenly spaced by an integer value for a time period. In the example 2 shown in Fig. 9Α, =, Μ can be any π | middle bound 疋Μ = 6 time intersections '曰' where time interleaving includes time period m, w+6, etc., and time interlace 1 includes time period W+1, s, a1 period (four), (four) / two time error 5 including the time ... 14 and so on. In the alternative-example design not shown in Fig. 9A, three time-interlaced 〇 to 2, wherein the time period w, m+3, w + 6, etc. 砗, ..., 曰匕 时间 牛 ...... 644 'time interleaving 1 includes time week, w time interleaving 2 including time period correction 2, state, and so on. In any case, irrespective of the number of time interleaving, a particular set of zero or more sub-bands can be used for Fss in each time interlace. For the example design shown in Figure 9A, 'subbands' and 1 are used for FSS in time interleaving, subbands 2 and 3 are used for FSS in time interlace i, and subbands 4 and 5 are used for FSS in time interleaving 2 ,and many more. For each time interleaving, subbands not used for FSS are available for FDS.

Figure 98 shows support? The design of the multiplex structure 910 of 88 and ,8, in which FSS is supported on all sub-bands. In this example design, the system bandwidth is partitioned into NSB = 6 subbands 〇 to 5, and M = 6 times are interleaved to 5 . In the example design shown in FIG. 9B, subbands 〇, used in time interleaving FS for FSS 'subbands 3, 4, and 5 are used for FSS in time interleaving J, and subbands 0 and 3 are used in time interleaving 2 In Fss, subbands 々 and 々 are used for FSS in time interlace 3, subbands 2 and 5 are used for FSS in time interlace 4 and no subbands are used for Fss in time interleaving 5. The FSS user can be assigned the desired subband in an appropriate time interlace

Resource block. For the example design shown in FIG. 9A, resource blocks in these sub-bands may be assigned to FSS users requiring sub-bands 0 and 1 in time interleaving and/or 3, which may be interleaved in time and/or 4 Assigning resource blocks in the sub-bands to MS users requiring sub-bands and], and assigning these sub-bands to FSS users requiring sub-bands 4 and 5 in time interleaving 2 and/or 5 The resource block n can assign a resource block in the desired sub-band of the user to each FSS user. Typically, the multiplex structure can include any number (Να) of sub-bands and any number (M) of time interleaving. Any number of sub-bands of 122906.doc • 18-1353125 can be used for FSS in each-time interleaving. The same or a different number of sub-bands can be used with MFSS in one time interleaving. For each time interleaving, the sub-bands for the FSS may be contiguous or non-contiguous. The sub-bands for the FSS and the sub-bands for the FDS in each time interleaving can be transmitted to the use | in various ways. In a design, subbands for FSS and FDS may be selected for time-parent error 0, and sub-bands for FSS and FDS for each remaining time interleaving are defined based on subbands for FSS and FDS for time error. In one design, the sub-band bit mask can be used for time interleaving and can have a bit 对于 for each of the sub-bands. The bit of each sub-band can be set to 〇 to indicate that the dice band is used for FDS or its bit is set to! To indicate the subband: for two ss. A sub-band bit mask for a remaining time interleaving may be defined based on sub-band bit masks for time interleaving. In one design, the sub-band bit mask for the mother-remaining time interleaving is a cyclically shifted version of the sub-band bit 7 mask for time interleaving 0. For the example design shown in FIG. 9A, when the right M=6, the μ right New Zealand is also wrong, the sub-band mask can be interleaved for each time as follows: Let the threshold; Sub-band mask of error 0 = {1, 1, 0, 〇, 〇, 〇}, sub-band bit mask for time interleaving 1 = {〇, 0, 1, 1, 0, 0}, used The sub-band bit mask of time interleaving 2 = {Μ, (4) ^ ^, with: sub-band 3 sub-band bit mask can also be worn by Wu 2 with bit mask, °,. , 0, 1,". Some other mappings define the sub-frequency for the time interleaving 122906.doc • 19- 1353125 with a bit mask. The same sub-band bits can also be interleaved for all times. Meta-title soap. In any case the next wins 'bad' for the time-interleaved use of μ sub-band bit masks for the first time...# top mapping, a single sub-band bit mask can be sent to convey The mother of one time is used for Fss and fds. In another design, ·5Γ & independent selection for each time interleaved for sub-bands of FSS and FDS, 0 — and hunting (For example) using a separate sub-band bit 亓谀 L 7L mask for each time interleaving to transmit the sub-bands. The system can be called incremental redundancy, chase Combination (10) ase = mblning), etc. Hybrid automatic retransmission (10) RQ). For harq's brother, the transmitter sends a transmission for one packet and can send one or more retransmissions until the packet is correctly decoded by the receiver, or has been sent the most. Retransmission of the number, or encounter some - and put it _ HARQ can improve the reliability of data transmission. Two HARQ interlaces can be defined, where M can be any integer value. Each HARQ interlace can cover the time period of (four) time periods (not calculated for configuration Additional time). As some examples, three or six HARQ interlaces may be defined as shown, or six HARQ interlaces may be defined as shown. Less or more harq interlaces may also be defined. Each HARQ interlace may correspond to different time interleaving. HARQ processing refers to all transmissions and retransmissions (if any) for a packet. HARQ processing may begin when resources are available and may be after the first transmission or one or more Termination after subsequent retransmissions. HARQ processing can have a variable duration depending on the decoding result at the visible receiver. Each harq processing can be sent on a HARQ interlace. Available with user 122906.doc •20- 125 = sub-band HARQ interlace t assigns a resource block to the user. Medium) can be said, time interleaved time period (for example, in Figure 9A or Figure 9B 8). If the time gate is longer than the frequency hopping interval (For example, in Figure 5 to the circle period, ± ^ month is longer than the time interval, then the frequency hopping can be in the per-time cycle - time _ f meter, - the time interval spans the - symbol period, and the ^ 1 span has 12 or 14 Two time slots of the symbol period. It occurs periodically in this number. In the other cycle, it is separated by one by one, ... ~ ten, one time period is equal to - time two: all can be equal to one symbol period, one time slot, A sub-frame, etc. In the case of FSS, frequency hopping can occur one by one for each time interleaving. For FDS, the frequency hopping can be performed separately for each time interleaving or can be interleaved across all time. Perform frequency hopping. The design of the multiplex structure 1000 is shown to support FSS with frequency hopping for resource blocks within a sub-band. In this example design, the time interleaving w includes a time period w, w+M, etc. Each period corresponds to _本^', time ^, and each time interval corresponds to a symbol period 0 as shown in FIG.窦你丨^^ 4 t ^ 々 例 0 又 又 又 , , , , , , , , , 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子 子One of each virtual resource block, to one of the physical source blocks 0 to 7 in each symbol period of time $ & et „ 曰 based on the pseudo-random hopping pattern. Symbol period 0 in the time period The virtual resource block 0 is mapped to the physical resource block 〇, mapped to the physical resource block 5 in the symbol period ^, mapped to the physical resource block 2 ' in the symbol period 2, etc. Figure 10 shows the interleaving in time m per-symbol period 122906.doc • 21 · 1353125 mapping of virtual resource blocks 0 to 7 to physical resource blocks 〇 to 7. Figure ig shows a pseudo-random hopping pattern, and other hopping patterns can also be used. Various hopping patterns can be used for frequency hopping for FDS and FSS. The same hopping pattern can be used for FDS and FSS, or different hopping patterns can be used for coffee and FSS. The hopping pattern can be a pattern such as a (four) bit pattern or some other A fixed jump of the pattern t. A jump pattern can also be generated based on a known function or generator that can receive any-parameters as an input or a seed. In a design, a 'jump pattern is used in each of the systems. - cell or sector. Neighboring cells or sectors may use different hopping patterns to randomize inter-cell/inter-sector interference. The hopping pattern for each cell or sector is static in time. The child of the job number is repeated. For example, the frequency hopping pattern can be based on (for example, a 'loop shift pattern) and the frequency hopping can be performed for a set of (4) solid symbol week resource blocks spanning each subframe. In the first period of each subframe, the virtual resource block (four) is respectively injected into the physical resource, and each virtual resource block is mapped to a different physical resource block in each of the remaining symbol periods. In another design, for each change, the jump may be defined based on a known function (a singular or region hopping pattern over time (eg, as a function of a pseudo-random scrambling code for a cell or sector) In the case of Figure (4), the fixed hopping pattern (for example, according to the % shift pattern) can be used to cross the 12 or 14 symbols across each frame. However, it can be based on the scrambling code of four (10) The collection of source blocks performs jump ^: code four The bit is used to determine the initial mapping of the first symbol period 122906.doc -22- 1353125. For example, if the 4-bit scrambling code value is θ, the virtual resource can be used for the first symbol period of the subframe. Block 〇 mapping to entity resource block g 'mapping virtual resource block 1 to entity resource block ~ +1), etc., etc. 4-bit scrambling code value can be changed from sub-frame to sub-frame to achieve over time Changing frequency hopping. Figure 1 shows the process for transmitting transmissions to FSS and FDSs. Process 1100 can be performed by Node B or some other entity.

The first transmission to the user (e.g., FSS user) is mapped to at least one of the first frequency regions of the self-system: bandwidth for use in the sub-band of the first user (step 1112). Mapping the first transmission to a fixed portion of the selected sub-band (e.g., a particular resource ghost) in different time intervals may also perform frequency hopping within the selected sub-band for the first user. In this case, the first transmission can be mapped to the selected sub-band in different time intervals, such as different resource blocks. The first pass can be sent in a continuous time period or in a time interval of time interval

The input 0 uses the plurality of sub-bands in the second frequency region to map the second pass for the second enabler (eg, FDS user) (step (1). The two-frequency region can be used to display the system... Two non-overlapping parts. The plurality of sub-bands of the second frequency '... can be ordered by the contiguous or non-neighboring user (4) to be 对于 for the first interval - in this case, a dedicated transmission can be mapped to at different times The second frequency region may also be in the frequency band for 坌-, 4=~1 J. The resource-block hopping may be performed at the gate-user. In this case, the second transmission mapping is performed regardless of the time interval. To the second frequency region, 122906.doc -23· different poor source blocks. Subcarrier-level frequency hopping can also be performed. Generally, 'the frequency can be mapped to - or more in different time intervals by frequency hopping. Different sets of subcarriers in a subband may perform frequency hopping based on a fixed hopping pattern (eg, a 'cyclic shift pattern) or a random hopping pattern (eg, baseband scrambling). First transmission of a selected sub-band in a frequency region and mapping to a second As many as in the frequency region

The second pass of the subband produces a _M symbol or SC_FDM symbol. Step 1116) 〇 For frequency selective scheduling, the user can also transmit the transmission on the selected subband in the first frequency region. For frequency diversity scheduling, the user can transmit transmissions across multiple sub-bands of the second frequency region $.

▲ Figure 12 shows the design of (8) for the transmission of transmissions to Fss and FDS. Apparatus 1200 includes means for mapping a first pass for a first user to at least a sub-band of a first-frequency region of the system bandwidth for use in a sub-band of the first user (module) 1212), means for mapping a second transmission for the second user (module 1214) across a plurality of sub-bands in the second frequency region of the system bandwidth and for mapping to the first frequency region A first transmission of the selected sub-band and a second transmission of the sub-band of the sub-band in the second frequency region are generated to generate a component of the FDM symbol or FDM symbol (module 1216). Figure 3 shows that the design of the process for the FSS & FDS transmission pass can be performed by Node B or some other entity. Mapping the transmissions for the first group of users to at least the first set of sub-bands in the first time interlace, mapping each user in the first group to 122962.doc -24- 1353125 The sub-band in the set (step 1312). The time period of the first-time interval. Forced flute „^^ g 1 了 In the first-time interleaving, the transmission for the second group of messengers is mapped to the second set of sub-bands, wherein the sub-bands in the second intrusion are mapped across the second group Each—(four) (step-set may include sub-bands not included in the first set.

The transmission for the third group of users may be mapped to the third set of at least sub-bands in a second time interlace, where each user in the third group is mapped to a sub-band in the third set ( Step 1316). The third subband set may be the same or different than the first subband set. The second time interleaving may include a uniform time period of time that is not included in the first time interleaving. The transmission for the fourth group of users may be mapped to a first:set of subbands in a second time s error, wherein each user in the fourth group is mapped across subbands in the fourth set (step 1318). The fourth set may include sub-bands that are not included in the third set δ. The transmission is transmitted on the extra time interleaving in a similar manner. The transmission to the group of users can be sent by HARQ on the time interleaving for each group. The system bandwidth can be partitioned into a set of subbands for FSS and a set of subbands for FDS based on the traffic load of the FSS user and the traffic load of the FDS user. Information conveying the sub-bands in each set can be broadcast to the user or otherwise transmitted. This information may be provided via one or more sub-band bit masks, e.g., using a sub-band bit 7C mask for the first time interleaving 'interleaving a sub-band bit mask for each time, and the like. Figure 14 shows a device 1400 for transmitting transmissions for Fss and fds 122906.doc • 25· 1353125 2: =1: for mapping the transmissions for the first group of users to at least one in the first time interleaving The first set of sub-bands maps each user in the first group to the sub-band in the first set (module 1412) for the second in the first-time interleaving for the first sub-band The set of components, spanning two • for mapping each user in the second group in the first god (module 1414), ^ in the first-time interleaving mapping the transmission for the third group to the • 〃 subband a third set of components, wherein each of the third set is used, the sub-band «group (4) 6) in the third set, and the transmission for the fourth set of users is mapped to The sub-band fourth Γ φ, the port, the component 'where is mapped across the sub-bands in the fourth set, and each user (module 1418). Figure ^5 is not used to receive the transmission process _ design. The process can be performed by 15°°. If (4) transmission is by frequency selective scheduling, the transmission may be received from a sub-band selected from at least a gate band in the first frequency region of the system bandwidth (step 1512). The fixed portion (eg, a specific resource block) that can be transmitted from different sub-bands at different times is selected to be transmitted by frequency hopping, and may also be different from the "different portions (eg, different resource blocks) in different time intervals. Receive transmission. = Transmission by frequency division (10), transmitted from multiple sub-bands in the cross-frequency region and receiving transmission (steps; (4) 1 = level hopping and transmission, then can be sent from the second in different time intervals / Different sub-bands receive transmission. If the resource block-level frequency hopping, 1 can also receive transmissions from the same resource block in the second frequency region from 122906.doc • 26 - 1353125 in different time intervals. While transmitting, the transmission may be received based on a fixed hopping pattern (eg, a cyclic shift pattern) or a pseudo-random hopping pattern, and may also be received, for example, by HARQ in a uniformly spaced time period. Based on broadcast information, signals The sub-bands in the first and second frequency regions are determined by transmission, etc. Figure 16 shows a design for the process of receiving transmissions. The device μ (10) is included for use by frequency selectivity. a component (module 1612) that receives transmission from a sub-band selected from at least a sub-band of a first-frequency region selected from the _ system, the system bandwidth, and is used for scheduling by frequency diversity The transmitting component (module 1614) is received from a plurality of sub-bands in a second frequency region spanning the system bandwidth in the case of a transmission. The modules in Figures 12, 14 and 16 may include processors, electronics , hardware components, electronic components, logic circuits, memory, etc., or any combination thereof. Figure 17 shows a block diagram of node B 110 and two UEs 120x and 120y, node B 11 and two The UEs 12〇x&12〇y are two of the nodes 6 and UEs in Figure i. At the Node B 11〇, the transmitting (τχ) data processor 1714 can receive the traffic data from the data source 1712. And/or receiving signal transmissions from controller/processor 1730 and scheduler 1734. Data processor 1714 can process (e.g., encode, interleave, and symbol map) traffic data and signal transmissions' and provide data symbols and signals, respectively. Transfer symbol. Modulator (Mod) 1716 can be multiplexed The pilot symbols are modulated along with the data and signal transmission symbol pairs, the symbols of the multiplexed transmission (eg, for 〇FDM) and provide output chips. The transmitter (TMTR) 1718 can process (eg, convert to 122906.doc) • 27-1353125 analog, amplified, filtered, and upconverted) output chips and generate downlink signals that can be transmitted via antenna 1720. At each UE 120, antenna 1752 can receive from Node B 11 and other nodes b Downlink signal. Receiver (RCVR) 1754 can condition (e.g., filter, amplify, downconvert, and digitize) the signals received from antenna 1752 and provide samples. A demodulation transformer (Dem〇d) 1756 can perform demodulation on the sample (eg, for 〇FDM) and provide symbol estimates. A receive (RX) data processor 1758 can process (e.g., symbol demap, deinterleave, and decode) symbol estimates, provide decoded data to a data store 丨 76 〇, and provide the detected signal transmission to Controller/processor 177〇. In general, processing by RX data processor 1758 and demodulation transformer η% at each UE 120 and processing by τχ data processor 1714 and modulator 1716 at node B 11〇, respectively. Complementary. On the uplink, the data processor 1782 can process the traffic data from the data source 1780 and the signal transmission from the controller/processor 177, and generate the data and signal transmission symbols, respectively. These symbols can be modulated by modulator 1 784 and adjusted by transmitter 1786 to produce an uplink signal that can be transmitted via the antenna. At node 〇 11〇 'the uplink signal from UE 12 〇 father and 12 (^ and other UEs can be received by antenna 172 、, adjusted by receiver • 1740, demodulated by demodulation transformer 1742 and by Rx The data processor 1744 processes the processor 1744 to provide the decoded data to the data store 1 746 and provide the detected signal transmission to the controller/processor 1730.

The controller/processors 1730, 1770, and i770y can respectively guide the Node B 122906.doc • 28· 1353125 110 and the UE 12 (^ and 12 (the operation of the memory. The storage bodies 1732, m2x, and m2y can be separately stored for the Node B). 110 and UE 120x and 120y data and code. Scheduler 1734 can schedule the UE to communicate with the node 。 ιι. The scheduler 1734 and/or the controller/processor 173 can identify the to-be-used The UEs scheduled by the FDS are scheduled to schedule the iUE by the FSS, and the resource blocks in the appropriate sub-bands can be privately assigned to the UEs. The scheduler 1734 and/or the controller/processor 1730 can execute in Figure u. The process 11 〇〇, the process 13 图 in FIG. 13 and/or other processes for transmission to the UE. The controller/processor 177 〇 及 and m 〇 y can be located at υΕ 12 〇χ and 120 y respectively. Performing the privilege 1500 in Figure 5 and/or other processes for receiving and/or transmitting transmissions for such ues. The transmission techniques described herein may be implemented in various ways. For example, in hardware, firmware, Implementing such techniques in software or a combination thereof. For hardware implementation, at an entity (eg, node Β*υΕ) The processing unit of the execution technology can be constructed in one or more special application integrated circuits (ASIC), digital signal processor (DSP), digital signal processing device (DSPD), programmable logic (PLD), field programmable Guard gate array (FpGA), processor, controller, microcontroller, microprocessor, electronics, other electronic unit designed to perform the functions described herein, a computer, or a combination thereof. For Least and/or Software Implementations may be implemented by modules (eg, programs, functions, etc.) that perform the functions described herein. _ and, or software instructions may be stored in memory (eg, memory in FIG. 17, Or 1772y) and can be executed by a processor (eg, device (4), 1770x or 1770y). The memory can be built into the processor I22906.doc -29- 1353125. Firmware and/or software instructions can also be stored in other

External to the processor, processor-readable medium, body (ROM), non-volatile memory, compact disc (CD), magnetic or optical data storage device, and the like. The previous description of the disclosure is provided to enable any person skilled in the art to make or use the disclosure. Various modifications to the present disclosure will be apparent to those skilled in the <RTIgt; </ RTI> <RTIgt; </ RTI> <RTIgt; </ RTI> <RTIgt; </ RTI> <RTIgt; Therefore, the present disclosure is not intended to be limited to the examples and designs described herein, but should be accorded the most broadly to the principles and novel features disclosed herein. [Simple diagram of the diagram] Figure 1 shows the wireless communication system. Figure 2 shows the frequency structure. Figure 3 shows the time structure. Figure 4 shows the resource structure. Figure 5 shows the subband structure. Figure 6B and Figure 6B show two multiplex structures that support FSS and FDS by frequency hopping across sub-bands. Figure 7 shows a multiplex structure that supports FSS and F D S by hopping across resource blocks. Figure 8 shows frequency hopping across resource blocks within a sub-band. Figure 9A and Figure 9B show two multiplex structures supporting FSS and FDS, which support !^8 on all subbands. 122906.doc -30- 1353125 Figure ίο shows the frequency hopping of resource blocks spanning a sub-band for a time. Figure 11 and Figure 12 respectively show the process and apparatus for transmitting transmissions to Fss and FDS users. Figures 13 and 14 respectively show the process and arrangement for interleaving the transmission of FDS users over time. Figure 15 shows the process for receiving a transmission.

Figure 16 shows an apparatus for receiving transmissions. 17 shows node B and two uses [main element symbol description] 100 wireless communication system 110 node B 120 UE 120x UE 120y UE 130 system controller 200 frequency structure 300 time structure 400 negative source structure 500 sub-band structure 600 multi-structure 610 multiplex structure 700 multiplex structure 800 multiplex

Send a block diagram for FSS and device (UE) 122906.doc •31· 1353125 900 multiplex structure 910 multiplex structure 1000 multiplex structure 1200 device 1212 module 1214 module 1216 module 1400 device 1412 module 1414 module Group 1416 Module 1418 Module 1600 Unit 1612 Module 1614 Module 1712 Data Source 1714 Transmit (TX) Data Processor 1716 Modulator (Mod) 1718 Transmitter (TMTR) 1720 Antenna 1730 Controller / Processor 1732 Memory 1734 Scheduler 1740 Receiver 122906.doc -32- 1353125

1742 Demodulation Transformer 1744 RX Data Processor 1746 Data Reservoir 1752 Antenna 1754 Receiver (RCVR) 1756 Demodulation Transformer (Demod) 1758 Receive (RX) Data Processor 1760 Data Reservoir 1770 Controller/Processor 1770x Controller/Processor 1770y Controller/Processor 1772x Memory 1772y Memory 1780 Data Source 1782 TX Data Processor 1784 Modulator 1786 Transmitter 122906.doc •33 -

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  1. Patent application scope: A device for wireless communication, comprising: at least a processor, which is arranged to be separated from a whistle--for a first user's first transmission wheel to a first one At least one sub-band in the 频 频 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = The field*, the second frequency region corresponds to two non-overlapping portions of the system bandwidth; and 2.7 memory, which is lightly coupled to the at least-processor. As in the device of claim 1, the π Ba / in the middle of the processor - the processor is configured to set the #楚# &amp; i part in the interval. Transmitting a device mapped to the selected sub-band of the selected sub-band, wherein the at least-processor is configured to perform frequency hopping within the selected sub-band of the user during use, and is different Eight intervals 'map the first-transmission to different parts of the selected sub-band 0. 4. As claimed in claim 1, the Λ a A a ^ ^ where the parent-subband contains multiple subcarriers, honey The multiplex processor is configured to map the 5.:3 to different sets of subcarriers in the plurality of subbands in different time intervals. For example, the period of the month of the month 4, or one, each time interval corresponds to a time slot of a symbol period, or a sub-frame containing a plurality of time slots. 6. If request 1 is pulled, the program is configured to perform subband level simplification for a user, and I22906.doc maps the first transmission at different time intervals To different sub-bands in the second frequency region. The apparatus of claim 1, wherein each sub-band comprises a plurality of resource blocks, and wherein at least one of the processors is configured to perform a source-level block-level hopping for the second user' and will be in different time intervals The second transmission is mapped to. Different resource blocks in the first frequency region of the sea. 8. The apparatus of claim 1, wherein the at least one processor is configured to span the plurality of bands based on a solid skip pattern or a pseudo-random skip pattern to the second pass Perform frequency hopping. The frequency of the device of claim 1 wherein the second frequency band is non-contiguous. A "1" 〇. As in claim 1 之 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少 至少Transmitting U. If the request item 1 is set, Λ 6 /, 肀 the to) a processor group is separated from the mountain to the first frequency ~, and the selected one is in the straw a sub-band and the first transmission mapped to the second boat + band, and the plurality of sub-bands in the rate region are generated to generate an orthogonal branching client, Ding Feng, the side of the second pass, and an OFDM Symbol 12. A method for wireless communication, comprising: mapping a first transmission for a first user to a self frequency region? Φ _ from a first X Sub-band selected in a sub-band; and a first-transmission band for the first user to span a sub-band of a sub-band in a second frequency region, and mapping one to one region corresponding to the system The non-overlapping part of the frequency domain and the second frequency of the second frequency. I22906.doc 13.1353125 The method of claim 12, wherein the first portion is in the time interval. 14. The method of claim 12, wherein the first time is 0 in the time interval, wherein the mapping the first transmission is included in the different transmission mapping to the selected One of the sub-bands is fixed _ the mapping of the first-transmission includes a different transmission mapping to a different part of the selected sub-frequency. 15. The method of claim 2, wherein the mapping interval is to apply $g.. ' Μ first transmission includes mapping the second transmission to the same sub-band in different f. 不 No in the first frequency region 16. As in the case of claim 12 and where the mapping is 1::: The piggybacking includes a plurality of resource blocks'. The second transmission maps to the first: the frequency 2 transmits the different resources in the first-frequency region in different time intervals. 7. A device for wireless communication, comprising: And for mapping a first transmission of the first-to-one user to the at least one sub-band of the self-domain, and selecting a sub-band for the first-two; Used to span a second frequency pair - the second user... The mapping and mapping of the second frequency region corresponds to the input component, the first frequency region and the device of claim 17, wherein: =:::: non-overlapping portion. Included for / °; The component of the transmission - mapping the first transmission to - 19. If the request item is included in the \ gate, the component that maps the first-passage is to be in the no-time interval - The transport maps to the selected 122906.doc 2. The components of the different parts of the strap. 20. The affidavit of claim 17 contains the means 21 for the second transmission at different times:: region~subband::: The second pass is mapped to the second 21. as determined by H, and wherein the second sub-band includes a plurality of resource blocks, and the interval is used to include the first component. And the processor-readable medium of the processor block is configured to: For _ flute _. - at least one of the first frequency regions - the mapping to the sub-band of the user The set of instructions is selected for mapping the first-input pin::: across a plurality of sub-bands in the two-frequency region - a second set of instructions transmitted by the first user's first-value private philosopher, the first frequency region and The second frequency stack portion. Two non-heavy devices for wireless communication, including: at least a processor configured to be directed to a first group of users in a first time interleaving Transmitting a mapping to a first set of at least one sub-band, and mapping, in the first-time interleaving, a transmission for a second set of users to a second set of one of the sub-bands, each of the first set Mapping to one of the sub-bands in the first set, the parent-user in the second set is mapped across the sub-bands in the second set, 122906.doc 1353125 the second set, including no a sub-band included in the first set, and the first time interleaving includes a time interval of even intervals; and a memory coupled to the at least one processor. % as in the device of claim 23, wherein the at least one processor is configured to map a transmission for a third group of users to a third subset of at least a sub-band in a second time interlace and In the second time interleaving, the transmission for a fourth group of users is mapped to a fourth set of one of the sub-bands, and each user in the second group is mapped to one of the third sets.
    Each of the frequency bands 'the fourth group is mapped across the sub-bands in the fourth set, the fourth set including not included in the third set, the sub-bands' and the second time interleaving A time interval that is not evenly spaced in the first time interlace is included. 25. The apparatus of claim 24 wherein the third set of subbands for the second time interlace is different from the set of subbands for the first time interleaving and for the second time interleaving The fourth set of subbands is different from the second set of subbands for the first time interleaving. 26. The device of claim 24, wherein the at least one processor is configured to, by hybrid automatic retransmission (HARQ), to the first group of users at the first time interleaving and the second time interleaving, respectively And the third group of users sends the transmission. 27. The apparatus of claim 23, wherein the at least the processor is configured to be based on a traffic load of a user by frequency selective scheduling (FSS) and by frequency tool set scheduling (FDS) The user's traffic load divides the system bandwidth into at least one + 帛 第 ― ― ― ― ― ― ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A virtual processor is configured to transmit information conveying a set of geeks for the first time interleaved subband. The device of claim 28, wherein the information is masked by a band bit, wherein the - bit is used for each of the plurality of sub-bands for the bit of the -subband The value is set to a -th-value to indicate the sub-band: in the first set t' and is set to - the -_____---------------------------------------------- 30. The apparatus of claim 24, wherein the at least one processor is configured to reverse transmit information of the first set and the second set of subbands for the first day interleaving, and wherein The third set and the fourth set of subbands interleaved at the second time are determined based on the first set and the second set of subbands for the first time interleaving. 31, 31. A method for wireless communication, comprising: • mapping, in a first time interleaving, a transmission for a first group of users to a first set of at least one sub-band, the first group Each of the two is mapped to one of the sub-bands in the first set and the first time • the interlace includes a time interval of even intervals; and the first time interleaving will be for a second group of users The transmission is mapped to a second set of one of the sub-bands, each user of the second set of commands spanning the sub-bands in the second set (4), and the second set includes not included in the first set Medium sub-band, Q 32. The method of claim 31, further comprising: 122906.doc -6 * 丄 "The first-time father error will be directed to - the third group of users of the transmission sub-band - a third set, each user in the third group is mapped to a time interval in which the third interlace includes a uniform interval in the first time interleaving of the time ah; and the second inter-frame interleaving is directed to the fourth group of users Passing the wheel. Shooting to the sub-band a fourth set of the first set of 0, each user in the fourth set is mapped across the sub-bands of the fourth set Φ • and the fourth set includes not included in the third set 33. The method of claim 32, further comprising: interleaving at the first time by hybrid automatic retransmission (HARQ): the second time interleaving to the first group of users and the person Sending a transmission. 1 Configuring 34. A device for wireless communication, comprising: 癸孚二•处理盗' configured to be selected from one by one in the case of frequency selective scheduling The sub-band of at least the sub-band in the first frequency region receives the transmission, and in the case of transmitting the transmission by the frequency band, receives the transmission from the spanning frequency band: • the sub-band, the first A frequency region region corresponds to two non-overlapping portions H of the system bandwidth - a frequency-memory coupled to the at least one processor. 35. The device of claim 34, wherein the at least - processor is configured To be sent by frequency selective scheduling In the case of transmission, the transmission is received from the fixed portion of the selected sub-band. S 122 906.doc 36. The device of claim 34, wherein the device is configured by frequency, gq to the first processor The transmission is received at different times, such as the bite/selected sub-band, at different times 37 in the case of transmitting the carrier from the schedule. For example, in June, the apparatus of claim 34, The frequency is set to „, and the processor is configured to receive the transmission at different time intervals in different frequency intervals in the frequency region. And the device of the direct/4 device, wherein each of the sub-bands includes a plurality of resource blocks, :: the at least one processor is configured to be in the different time intervals in the case of the frequency diversity scheduling by the μ-transmission The second frequency zone - the different resource blocks receive the transmission. 39. The apparatus of claim 34, wherein the at least one processor is configured to receive the transmission based on a fixed hopping pattern or a pseudo random hopping pattern of the transmission by frequency hopping. The device of item d, wherein the at least one processor is configured to receive the 5H transmission by coincident automatic retransmission (10) in a time interval of four (4) intervals. The apparatus of claim 34 wherein the at least one processor is configured to determine the first frequency region and the sub-frequency bands in the second frequency region based on a broadcast beacon. 42. A method for wireless communication, comprising: receiving a transmission from a sub-band selected from at least one of a sub-frequency region in the case of transmitting a transmission by frequency selective scheduling And transmitting the transmission by frequency diversity scheduling from a plurality of sub-frequency regions in the second frequency region spanning a 122906.doc 1353125 and the second frequency region receiving the f-wheel, the first-frequency portion . ...; two non-overlapping systems frequently seen 43. As in the method of claim 42, the method is included in the different time intervals from the second: the transmission receives the transmission. A method of claim 42, wherein the method of claim 42 wherein the self-contained at the same time (four) the mask receives the transmission from the (four) band. A different portion of the selected sub-band receives A method of claim 42 wherein the transmission comprises receiving the transmission at the same time interval = frequency band and receiving the same sub-band. The method of claim 42, wherein the method of claim 42 wherein each of the sub-bands and wherein the self-coughing is received from the plurality of sub-subjects in the time interval comprises receiving the transmission in a different transmission. 4 in the first frequency region, the (four) source block receives the transmission 47. A device for wireless communication, comprising: a self-selected - in the case of transmission-transmission by frequency selective scheduling - a component of the frequency region to receive the transmission; and the sub-band in the +-band is connected to the frequency diversity schedule and transmits the transmission in the case of the self-span, "frequency: [domain: multiple sub-bands receiving the The first frequency region of the transmitted burdock and the second non-overlapping portion of the second. The frequency &amp; field corresponds to the system bandwidth 122906.doc 1353125 48. The device of claim 47, wherein the component of the transmission is included for Receiving, by the different sub-bands, the one fixed portion receives the transmission component. The selected sub-band: the device of claim 47, wherein (4) the means for transmitting comprises receiving the different parts of the receiving device The inter-component spacing of the transmission is from the selected sub-band 5. As in the device of claim 47, the means for receiving the transmission comprises using a sub-band of the Uighur and the frequency region h is at different time intervals. The second The sub-band receives the component of the transport wheel. The second sub-band includes a plurality of resource blocks, and includes components for receiving the transmission by the component resource block that receives the transmission at different time intervals. - The difference of the frequency t region 52. A processor-readable medium comprising: a storage-readable medium comprising: a deduction on the cymbal, wherein the location is used to select from a frequency-selection-frequency-two==two-transmission The lower frequency band receives the first instruction set of the transmission '· and the sub-band in the frequency band for the second instruction referred to by the frequency diversity scheduling: the transmission from the second frequency region, the transmission The set, the first frequency: the frequency band and the transmission is received in two non-overlapping portions of the system bandwidth. 5 A hai second frequency region pair 122906.doc
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