WO2014040268A1 - A method, system, and terminal for transmission - Google Patents

A method, system, and terminal for transmission Download PDF

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WO2014040268A1
WO2014040268A1 PCT/CN2012/081388 CN2012081388W WO2014040268A1 WO 2014040268 A1 WO2014040268 A1 WO 2014040268A1 CN 2012081388 W CN2012081388 W CN 2012081388W WO 2014040268 A1 WO2014040268 A1 WO 2014040268A1
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曾清海
陈玉华
黄曲芳
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    • HELECTRICITY
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    • H04L67/32Network-specific arrangements or communication protocols supporting networked applications for scheduling or organising the servicing of application requests, e.g. requests for application data transmissions involving the analysis and optimisation of the required network resources
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Abstract

Disclosed are a method, system, and related device for transmission. The transmission method comprises: a terminal combines the first Semi-persistent Scheduling (SPS) and the second SPS; the terminal sends data packets of Voice over Internet Protocol VoIP and high priority messages at the same time by the combined first SPS and second SPS, wherein transmission class of said high priority messages are higher than said data packets of VoIP. By the present invention, data packets of VoIP and high priority messages can be sent at the same time using extra SPS. It can solve the problem of telecommunication quality of VoIP not very high in the prior which is generated by segmentation and delay of data packets of VoIP, and can avoid adding requirements for physical downlink control channel capacity in dynamic resource scheduling. By flexible allocation and using the SPS, it can improve quality of telecommunication and promote users' usage experience.

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 Transmission method, system and terminal

 The present invention relates to the field of communications technologies, and in particular, to a transmission method, system, and terminal. Background technique

 At present, the Semi-persistent Scheduling (SPS) resource is mainly applied to the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). It not only saves the Physical Downlink Control Channel (PDCCH) but also increases the number of physical downlink control channels (PDCCHs). The number of users of the serving cell supporting Internet Protocol voice services.

 Long-term evolution in the 3rd Generation Partner Project (3GPP)

(Long Term Evolution, LTE) In Release 8 and Release 9, the terminal uses the Power Headroom Reporting (PHR) to report the nominal maximum transmit power of the terminal and the uplink shared transport channel to the base station serving it (Uplink Shared). Channel, UL-SCH) estimates the difference in transmit power. In version 10, the function can also be implemented using an extended power headroom report, the terminal reporting the nominal maximum transmit power of the terminal to the base station serving it and estimating the transmit on the uplink shared transport channel of the serving cell in each active state. The difference in power. Power headroom report or extended power headroom report

(Extended PHR) Supports event triggering or event triggering based on Downlink path loss change. The terminal can use the base station to send power headroom report or extended power balance for its dynamically allocated resources or semi-persistent scheduling resources. Volume report.

 When the terminal needs to simultaneously transmit the power headroom report (or extended power headroom report) and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, the prior art lacks the simultaneous transmission power headroom report (or extended power headroom report) and the Internet protocol voice service. The mechanism of the packet. Summary of the invention

 The embodiment of the invention provides a transmission method, a system and a related terminal, so as to solve the problem that the extended power headroom report and the internet protocol voice service data packet cannot be simultaneously transmitted in the prior art.

 In a first aspect, an embodiment of the present invention provides a transmission method, including:

The terminal combines the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; and The terminal simultaneously sends an Internet Protocol voice service data packet and a high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. In a first possible implementation manner, the method further includes:

 Receiving, by the terminal, second half-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station, and calling the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to send the high-priority message and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet after the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 With reference to the first aspect or the first possible implementation manner of the first aspect, in a second possible implementation manner, the method further includes:

 Transmitting, by the terminal, the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message; the terminal simultaneously transmitting an Internet Protocol voice service data packet and a high by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource Priority messages, including:

 The terminal sends the multiplexed network protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by using the combined first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 In combination with the first aspect or the first or second possible implementation of the first aspect, in a third possible implementation, the method further includes:

 When the terminal sends the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and does not send the high priority message, the terminal releases the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 And transmitting, by the terminal, the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 With reference to the first aspect or the first or second or the third possible implementation manner of the first aspect, in a fourth possible implementation manner, the high priority message includes at least one of the following:

Extended power headroom report; Long format buffer status report;

 Radio resource control RRC message;

 Power headroom report;

 Buffer status report.

 With reference to the first aspect or the first or second or the third or the fourth possible implementation manner of the first aspect, in a fifth possible implementation manner, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is a shared half Schedule resources persistently.

 In a second aspect, the embodiment of the present invention further provides a transmission method, including:

 The base station sends the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, and the second The semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; and

 The base station activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, and is used by the base station to:

 Transmitting, by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the internet protocol voice service data packet; transmitting, by using the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, the high priority message; or

 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. In a first possible implementation, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to instruct the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the high priority message; and

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 With reference to the second aspect or the first possible implementation manner of the second aspect, in a second possible implementation manner, the high priority message includes at least one of the following:

Extended power headroom report; Long format buffer status report;

 Radio resource control RRC message;

 Power headroom report;

 Buffer status report.

 In a third aspect, the embodiment of the present invention further provides a terminal, including:

 a merging module, configured to merge the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, and send, by the sending module, the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource merged by the merging module to simultaneously send the Internet protocol voice Business data packets and high priority messages;

 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. In a first possible implementation manner, the terminal further includes:

 The calling module is configured to receive second half-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station, and invoke the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to send the high-priority message and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet after the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 With reference to the third aspect, or the first possible implementation manner of the third aspect, in a second possible implementation manner, the terminal further includes:

 a multiplexing module, configured to multiplex the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message; the sending module is specifically configured to:

 And transmitting, by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, the merging module multiplexes the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message.

 With reference to the third aspect or the first or the second possible implementation manner of the third aspect, in a third possible implementation, the terminal further includes:

a release module, configured to release the second semi-persistent scheduling resource when the Internet Protocol voice service data packet is sent and the high priority message is not sent; The sending module is further configured to send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 In a fourth aspect, the embodiment of the present invention further provides a terminal, including:

 And a processor that communicates with the memory, wherein the memory stores a program code, the program code includes a computer operation instruction, and the processor executes the program code, for:

 Merging the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 Simultaneously transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. In a first possible implementation manner, the processor executes the program code, and is further configured to: receive a second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station, and invoke the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to send the high-priority message and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet after the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 With reference to the fourth aspect, or the first possible implementation manner of the fourth aspect, in a second possible implementation manner, the processor executes the program code, and is further configured to:

 Reusing the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message;

 The processor executes the program code, specifically for:

 The multiplexed network protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message are sent by the merged first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 With reference to the fourth aspect, or the first possible implementation manner of the fourth aspect, in a second possible implementation manner, the processor executes the program code, and is further configured to:

When the internet protocol voice service data packet is sent and the high priority message is not sent, The terminal releases the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 In a fifth aspect, the embodiment of the present invention further provides a base station, including:

 a sending module, configured to send the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 An activation module, configured to activate the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, so that the terminal:

 Transmitting, by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the internet protocol voice service data packet; transmitting, by using the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, the high priority message; or

 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. In a first possible implementation, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to instruct the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the high priority message; and

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 With reference to the fifth aspect, or the first possible implementation manner of the fifth aspect, in a second possible implementation manner, the high priority message includes at least one of the following:

 Extended power headroom report;

 Long format buffer status report;

 Radio resource control RRC message;

 Power headroom report;

 Buffer status report.

In a sixth aspect, the embodiment of the present invention further provides a base station, including: a memory and a processor in communication with the memory, wherein the memory stores program code, the program code includes computer operation instructions, and the processor executes the program code for:

 Sending the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the second half The persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; and

 Activating the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, so that the terminal: sends the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource; Dispatching resources to send the high priority message; or

 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. In a first possible implementation, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to instruct the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the high priority message; and

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 With reference to the sixth aspect, or the first possible implementation manner of the sixth aspect, in a second possible implementation manner, the high priority message includes at least one of the following:

 Extended power headroom report;

 Long format buffer status report;

 Radio resource control RRC message;

 Power headroom report;

 Buffer status report.

 In a seventh aspect, the embodiment of the present invention further provides a transmission system, including:

A base station as described above and at least one terminal as described above for transmission with the base station are included. Embodiments of the present invention have the following beneficial effects:

 By adopting the invention, the base station configures and activates additional semi-persistent scheduling resources for the terminal, so that when the terminal needs to simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, the terminal can simultaneously transmit the Internet protocol voice by using the additional semi-persistent scheduling resource. The service data packet and the high-priority message not only solve the problem that the quality of the Internet protocol voice service communication is not high due to the segmentation and delay of the Internet protocol voice service data packet in the prior art, but also avoid the physical downlink control channel when the resource is dynamically scheduled. The problem of increased capacity requirements, through flexible configuration and the use of semi-persistent scheduling resources, can improve communication quality and enhance the user experience. DRAWINGS

 In order to more clearly illustrate the embodiments of the present invention or the technical solutions in the prior art, the drawings used in the embodiments or the description of the prior art will be briefly described below. Obviously, the drawings in the following description It is merely some embodiments of the present invention, and those skilled in the art can obtain other drawings according to the drawings without any creative work.

 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention;

 2 is a schematic structural diagram of another terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention;

 3 is a schematic structural diagram of another terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention;

 4 is a schematic structural diagram of a base station according to an embodiment of the present invention;

 FIG. 5 is a schematic structural diagram of another base station according to an embodiment of the present disclosure;

 6 is a schematic structural diagram of a transmission system according to an embodiment of the present invention;

 FIG. 7 is a schematic flowchart of a transmission method according to an embodiment of the present invention;

 FIG. 8 is a schematic flowchart diagram of another transmission method according to an embodiment of the present invention;

 FIG. 9 is a schematic flowchart diagram of another transmission method according to an embodiment of the present invention;

 FIG. 10 is a schematic flowchart diagram of another transmission method according to an embodiment of the present invention;

 FIG. 11 is a schematic flowchart diagram of another transmission method according to an embodiment of the present invention. detailed description

The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention are clearly and completely described in the following with reference to the accompanying drawings in the embodiments of the present invention. It is obvious that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, but not all of the embodiments. Based on the embodiments of the present invention, one of ordinary skill in the art does not create All other embodiments obtained under the premise of sexual labor are within the scope of protection of the present invention. FIG. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention. The terminal includes: a merge module 1 and a sending module 2, where:

 The merging module 1 is configured to combine the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource. The sending module 2 is configured to simultaneously send an Internet Protocol voice service data packet and a high priority message by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource that are merged by the combining module 1;

 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. Specifically, the high priority message refers to some advertisements, messages, messages, and the like whose transmission level is higher than the transmission level of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. The high priority message includes at least one of the following: an extended power headroom report; a long format buffer status report; a Radio Resource Control (RRC) message; a power headroom report; a buffer status report.

 In the embodiment of the present invention, the extended power headroom report is taken as an example to illustrate the technical solution of the embodiment of the present invention. Of course, in other embodiments of the present invention, the high priority message may also be other messages or messages, which are not recited herein.

 In the prior art, since the transmission level of the extended power headroom report is higher than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, the semi-persistent scheduling resource is used to transmit the extended power headroom report first, and then the Internet protocol voice is multiplexed in the remaining space. Part of the service data packet, resulting in segmentation and delay of Internet Protocol voice service data packets, reducing the quality of Internet Protocol voice service communication. The remaining part of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet requires the base station to use dynamic scheduling to allocate resources for the user equipment for transmission, and the dynamic scheduling needs to use the physical downlink control channel, thereby increasing the demand for the physical downlink control channel capacity.

 The extended power headroom report may be periodically triggered or triggered by an event. The terminal provided by the embodiment of the present invention is mainly applicable to a periodically triggered extended power headroom report, for an extended power headroom report triggered by an event, because The burstiness and randomness of the system still need to use the dynamic scheduling resources in the prior art to transmit most of the time, but it does not exclude that the extended power headroom report triggered by the event happens to happen in the periodically triggered power headroom report. At the time point, only one extended power headroom report needs to be sent at this time, so the case of using the combined semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the event-triggered extended power headroom report is not excluded.

When the semi-persistent scheduling resource is used for the voice service of the Internet protocol, and the extended power headroom report coincides with the period of the semi-persistent scheduling resource, that is, at some time, the terminal needs to simultaneously transmit the extended power margin. The report and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet are transmitted by using the physical resource block (PRB) merged by the merge module 1. The physical resource block merged by the merge module 1 includes a physical resource block allocated in the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and a physical resource block allocated in the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information. The size of the merged transport block of the merge module 1 is equal to the sum of the transport block size indicated by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the transport block size indicated by the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information. The transport block of the merged module 1 combined semi-persistent scheduling resource can simultaneously accommodate the extended power headroom report and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, and achieve the purpose of simultaneously transmitting the extended power headroom report and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet.

 In the embodiment of the present invention, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource includes a shared semi-persistent scheduling resource configured and activated by the base station for the terminal. When the terminal does not need to simultaneously transmit the extended power headroom report and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, that is, in addition to the time when the extended power headroom report coincides with the period of the semi-persistent scheduling resource, the terminal can be configured according to other times. The period or the indication of the base station temporarily releases the shared semi-persistent scheduling resource, so that the base station allocates the shared semi-persistent scheduling resource to other required terminals in its coverage, fully utilizes resources, and avoids reservation in the network. Multiple unnecessary semi-persistent scheduling resources result in wasted radio resources and reduced cell throughput.

 When the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource correspond to different modulation/coding modes, the merging module 1 needs to process according to a certain algorithm when combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, for example, According to the two Modulation and Coding Scheme (MCS) or the larger modulation and coding strategy, the base station and the terminal process the multiplexed data according to the same algorithm for the receiver. Can decode correctly.

 The sending module 2 is configured to send the extended power headroom report and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource merged by the merge module 1, the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the first The two semi-persistent scheduling resources are pre-configured and activated by the base station.

In the embodiment of the present invention, the terminal semi-persistent scheduling resource including the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is pre-configured and activated by the base station, so that the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority. When the message is level, the combined semi-persistent scheduling resource can simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, which not only solves the segmentation and delay of the Internet protocol voice service data packet in the prior art, but also the quality of the Internet protocol voice service communication. The high problem also avoids the problem of increasing the demand for physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources. Live configuration and the use of semi-persistent scheduling resources can improve communication quality and enhance the user experience. FIG. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of another terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention. The terminal includes: a merge module 1 and a sending module 2 in the terminal, and in this embodiment, the method further includes: A multiplexing module 4 and a release module 5, wherein:

 The calling module 3 is configured to receive second half-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station, and invoke the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 The multiplexing module 4 is configured to multiplex the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message.

 The sending module 2 is specifically configured to:

 The first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource that are merged by the merging module 1 send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message multiplexed by the multiplexing module 4.

 The releasing module 5 is configured to release the second semi-persistent scheduling resource when the Internet Protocol voice service data packet is sent and the high priority message is not sent;

 The sending module 2 is further configured to send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 Specifically, the high priority message refers to some advertisements, messages, messages, and the like whose transmission level is higher than the transmission level of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. The high priority message includes at least one of the following: an extended power headroom report; a long format buffer status report; a radio resource control message; a power headroom report; a buffer status report.

 In the embodiment of the present invention, the extended power headroom report is taken as an example to illustrate the technical solution of the embodiment of the present invention. Of course, in other embodiments of the present invention, the high priority message may also be other messages or messages, which are not recited herein.

 In some embodiments of the present invention, the calling module 3 receives the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station, and includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to send the high-priority message and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet after the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

a second semi-persistent scheduling resource period, configured to indicate the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period and the The first half of the persistent scheduling resource period is the same or different.

 The multiplexing module 4 multiplexes the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the extended power headroom report to obtain the multiplexed data, so that the sending module 2 merges the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second half persistent through the merging module 1. The scheduling resource simultaneously transmits an extended power headroom report and an internet protocol voice service data packet. Multiplexing (multiplexing), also called merging, is to add a corresponding packet to each packet that needs to be merged to form a new packet. The header information includes identification information and/or length information of the data packet, etc., to identify and distinguish the data packets included in the new data packet.

 The releasing module 5 may be configured according to the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period or the base station in the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information, when the Internet Protocol voice service data packet is sent and the high priority message is not sent. It is instructed to temporarily release the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, so that the base station provides it to other terminals in need thereof, can fully utilize resources, wastes resources without vacant, and improves the throughput of the cell.

 Specifically, since the transport block size of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource is sufficient to accommodate the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, when only the Internet voice service data packet needs to be sent, the sending module 2 directly uses the first semi-persistent scheduling resource to transmit.

 It can be seen that, in some feasible implementation manners of the present invention, the base station configures and activates an additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource for the terminal, so that when the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, The second semi-persistent scheduling resource can be combined with the first version of the persistent scheduling resource to simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, which not only solves the prior art Internet protocol voice service data packet segmentation and delay, The problem of low communication quality of Internet protocol voice service also avoids the problem of increasing the demand for physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources. By flexible configuration and using semi-persistent scheduling resources, communication quality can be improved and user usage can be improved. Experience.

 FIG. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of another terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention. The terminal includes a memory 01 and a processor 02 that communicates with the memory, where the memory 01 stores a program code. The program code includes computer operating instructions, and the processor 02 executes the program code for:

 Merging the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

Simultaneously transmitting Internet Protocol voice service data packets and high priority messages by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. The processor 02 executes the program code, and is further configured to:

 Receiving second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station, and calling the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to send the high-priority message and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet after the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 The processor 02 executes the program code, and is further configured to:

 Reusing the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message;

 The processor 02 executes the program code, specifically for:

 The multiplexed network protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message are sent by the merged first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 The processor 02 executes the program code, and is further configured to:

 When the Internet Protocol voice service data packet is sent and the high priority message is not sent, the terminal releases the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 It can be seen that the processor 02 in the terminal provided by the embodiment of the present invention can use the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource that the base station additionally configures for the terminal to simultaneously transmit the Internet protocol voice service data packet and the extension. The function of the power headroom report.

It can be seen that, in some feasible implementation manners of the present invention, the base station configures and activates an additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource for the terminal, so that when the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, The second semi-persistent scheduling resource can be combined with the first version of the persistent scheduling resource to simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, which not only solves the prior art Internet protocol voice service data packet segmentation and delay, The problem that the quality of the Internet protocol voice service communication is not high also avoids the increase in the demand for the physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources. The problem, through flexible configuration and the use of semi-persistent scheduling resources, can improve communication quality and enhance the user experience.

 FIG. 4 is a schematic structural diagram of a base station according to an embodiment of the present invention. The base station includes: a sending module 11 and an activation module 12, where:

 The sending module 11 is configured to send the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the first half persistent And scheduling the resource, where the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 The activation module 12 is configured to activate the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, so that the terminal:

 Transmitting, by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the internet protocol voice service data packet; transmitting, by using the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, the high priority message; or

 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. Specifically, the high priority message refers to some advertisements, messages, messages, and the like whose transmission level is higher than the transmission level of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. The high priority message includes at least one of the following: an extended power headroom report; a long format buffer status report; a radio resource control message; a power headroom report; a buffer status report.

 In the embodiment of the present invention, the extended power headroom report is taken as an example to illustrate the technical solution of the embodiment of the present invention. Of course, in other embodiments of the present invention, the high priority message may also be other messages or messages, which are not recited herein.

 The sending module 11 sends the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal by using a radio resource control message, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes a semi-persistent scheduling-cell radio resource temporary identifier, a semi-persistent scheduling period, and an uplink. The power control parameter and the like are used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource. It is assumed that the semi-persistent scheduling period of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource is configured to be 20 ms (milliseconds) in the embodiment of the present invention.

 The sending module 11 sends the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal by using the RRC message, where the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the first half of the physical downlink control channel is activated Saving the second semi-persistent scheduling resource when the resource is persistently scheduled;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to instruct the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the high priority message; and

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 If the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is a shared semi-persistent scheduling resource, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following information:

( shared SPS indication ), used to indicate that a semi-persistent scheduling resource is allocated when a semi-persistent scheduling resource is activated; a shared semi-persistent scheduling resource object (shared SPS object) is used to indicate the purpose of sharing a semi-persistent scheduling resource, such as for extension a power headroom report; a shared semi-persistent scheduling resource period (shared SPS interval), the period information may be indicated to use the same period as the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, or indicate to use the same period as the shared semi-persistent scheduling resource target, or For an independent cycle. For example, if the periodic configuration of the extended power headroom report is 20ms or 50ms or 100ms or 200ms, etc., when the period of the extended power headroom reporting is reconfigured, there is no need to reconfigure the period of the shared semi-persistent scheduling resource, and the configuration is completed. process.

 Certainly, the sending module 11 is not limited to using the RRC message, and may also configure the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent using a Medium Access Control (MAC) Control Element (CE). Schedule resource configuration information. The sending module 11 may send the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal simultaneously by using one radio resource control message, or may be separately configured by using two radio resource control messages. The radio resource control message may be a RRC Connection Setup message or a RRC Connection Reestablishment message or a RRC Connection Reconfiguration message.

 The sending module 12 is specifically configured to send activation information of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to the terminal, to activate the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second half Schedule resources persistently.

In a possible implementation manner of the embodiment of the present invention, the activation module 12 specifically sends the activation information of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource by using a physical downlink control channel, or by using an enhanced physical downlink control channel. Sending activation information of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource respectively; or And transmitting, by the enhanced physical downlink control channel, activation information of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 The activation message includes a check field and resource allocation information, and the resource allocation information includes physical resource block allocation information, modulation/coding mode information, and transport block size (TB size) information.

 As a possible implementation manner, the physical resource block allocation information indicates time-frequency domain resource information allocated by the base station to the terminal, where one resource block occupies 0.5 ms in the time domain and 180 kHz in the frequency domain;

 The modulation/coding mode information indicates that the terminal uses the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second half semi-persistent scheduling resource generally corresponding to the same modulation/coding mode, and may also correspond to different modulation/coding modes, if different modulations are required. In the case of the coding mode, it is necessary to pay attention to the corresponding process in the process of resource merging. Specifically, the merging module 1 needs to process according to a certain algorithm when combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, for example, according to the smaller two. The modulation and coding strategy or a larger modulation and coding strategy is processed, or the base station configures a mapping relationship between different modulation/coding modes and the combined modulation/coding modes for the terminal. Both the base station and the terminal process the multiplexed data in accordance with the same algorithm as described above so that the receiver can correctly decode.

 The transport block size information indicates the size of the transport block of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource. Generally, the transport block size of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource is the same as the transport block size of the semi-persistent scheduling resource in the prior art, and the size of the transport block of the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is the same as or slightly smaller than the size of the extended power margin report. In order to accommodate the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the extended semi-persistent scheduling resource simultaneously after being combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the object of the present invention is achieved.

 Specifically, the check field mainly refers to a semi-persistent scheduling cell-radio network temporary identification (SPS C-RNTI) and a cyclic redundancy information (Cyclic Redundancy Check) in the physical downlink control message. CRC) A field or bit that is specifically set to check information in the Bit and Downlink Control Information (DCI). The terminal determines, according to the check field, whether the received activation information is legal, and when the activation information is legal, saves the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, and completes the first semi-persistent scheduling resource. And/or resource activation of the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 To make the terminal:

Transmitting, by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the internet protocol voice service data packet; Transmitting the high priority message by the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; or

 And transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 Specifically, the terminal receives the downlink data and/or the physical uplink shared channel (Physical uplink shared channel) according to the period and configuration of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, and the physical downlink shared channel (PDSCH). Channel, PUSCH) sends uplink data, and does not require the network side device, such as the base station, to send a physical downlink control message for dynamic resource allocation at the time of each semi-persistent scheduling period.

 It can be seen that, in some feasible implementation manners of the present invention, the base station configures and activates an additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource for the terminal, so that when the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, The additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource can be combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource to simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, which not only solves the prior art Internet protocol voice service data packet segmentation and delay. The problem of low communication quality of the voice communication service of the Internet protocol also avoids the problem of increasing the demand for the physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources. By flexible configuration and using semi-persistent scheduling resources, the communication quality can be improved and the user can be improved. Use experience.

 FIG. 5 is a schematic structural diagram of another base station according to an embodiment of the present invention. The base station includes a memory 21 and a processor 22 that communicates with the memory, where the memory 21 stores a program code. The program code includes computer operating instructions, and the processor 22 executes the program code for:

 Sending the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the second half The persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; and

 Activating the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, so that the terminal: sends the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource; Dispatching resources to send the high priority message; or

 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to instruct the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the high priority message; and

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 The high priority message includes at least one of the following:

 Extended power headroom report;

 Long format buffer status report;

 Radio resource control message;

 Power headroom report;

 Buffer status report.

 Therefore, the processor in the base station provided by the embodiment of the present invention may be configured to configure and activate the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to solve the problem of simultaneously transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the extended power remaining. The problem reported.

 It can be seen that, in some feasible implementation manners of the present invention, the base station configures and activates an additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource for the terminal, so that when the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, The additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource can be combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource to simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, which not only solves the prior art Internet protocol voice service data packet segmentation and delay. The problem of low communication quality of the voice communication service of the Internet protocol also avoids the problem of increasing the demand for the physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources. By flexible configuration and using semi-persistent scheduling resources, the communication quality can be improved and the user can be improved. Use experience.

 FIG. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of a transmission system according to an embodiment of the present invention. The system includes a base station 31 and at least one terminal 32 that performs transmission with the base station.

 The base station 31 is a base station as shown in FIG. 4 or FIG. 5 of the present invention, and the terminal 32 is a terminal including the one shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 2 or FIG.

Specifically, the base station 31 configures and activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource for the terminal 32, so that the terminal 32 sends the first semi-persistent scheduling resource by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource. Internet Protocol voice service data packet;

 Transmitting the high priority message by the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; or

 And transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 It can be seen that, in some feasible implementation manners of the present invention, the base station configures and activates an additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource for the terminal, so that when the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, The additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource can be combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource to simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, which not only solves the prior art Internet protocol voice service data packet segmentation and delay. The problem of low communication quality of the voice communication service of the Internet protocol also avoids the problem of increasing the demand for the physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources. By flexible configuration and using semi-persistent scheduling resources, the communication quality can be improved and the user can be improved. Use experience.

 FIG. 7 is a schematic flowchart diagram of a transmission method according to an embodiment of the present invention. The method includes:

 5101. The terminal combines the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 S102: The terminal simultaneously sends an Internet Protocol voice service data packet and a high priority message by using the merged first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 Specifically, the high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. The high priority message refers to some reports, messages, messages, etc. whose transmission level is higher than the transmission level of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. The high priority message includes at least one of the following: an extended power margin report; a long format buffer status report; a radio resource control message; a power headroom report; a buffer status report.

 In the embodiment of the present invention, the extended power headroom report is taken as an example to illustrate the technical solution of the embodiment of the present invention. Of course, in other embodiments of the present invention, the high priority message may also be other messages or messages, which are not recited herein.

In the prior art, since the transmission level of the extended power headroom report is higher than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, the semi-persistent scheduling resource is used to transmit the extended power headroom report first, and then the Internet protocol voice is multiplexed in the remaining space. Part of the service data packet, resulting in segmentation and delay of Internet Protocol voice service data packets, reducing the quality of Internet Protocol voice service communication. And the rest of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet requires the base station to use dynamic scheduling to additionally allocate resources for the user equipment to send Send, and dynamic scheduling requires the use of a physical downlink control channel, thereby increasing the need for physical downlink control channel capacity.

 The extended power headroom report may be periodically triggered or triggered by an event. The terminal provided by the embodiment of the present invention is mainly applicable to a periodically triggered extended power headroom report, for an extended power headroom report triggered by an event, because The burstiness and randomness of the system still need to use the dynamic scheduling resources in the prior art to transmit most of the time, but it does not exclude that the extended power headroom report triggered by the event happens to happen in the periodically triggered power headroom report. At the time point, only one extended power headroom report needs to be sent at this time, so the case of using the combined semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the event-triggered extended power headroom report is not excluded.

 When the semi-persistent scheduling resource is used for the voice service of the Internet protocol, and the extended power headroom report coincides with the period of the semi-persistent scheduling resource, that is, at some time, the terminal needs to simultaneously transmit the extended power headroom report and the Internet protocol voice service data. The packet is sent using the merged physical resource block. The physical resource block that is merged by the terminal includes the physical resource block allocated in the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the physical resource block allocated in the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information. The size of the transport block of the terminal merge is equal to the sum of the transport block size indicated by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the transport block size indicated by the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information. Therefore, the transmission block of the semi-persistent scheduling resource merged by the terminal can simultaneously accommodate the extended power headroom report and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, thereby realizing the purpose of transmitting the extended power headroom 4 and the Internet protocol voice service data packet simultaneously.

 In the embodiment of the present invention, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource includes a shared semi-persistent scheduling resource configured and activated by the base station for the terminal. When the terminal does not need to simultaneously transmit the extended power headroom report and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, that is, in addition to the time when the extended power headroom report coincides with the period of the semi-persistent scheduling resource, the terminal can be configured according to other times. The period or the indication of the base station temporarily releases the shared semi-persistent scheduling resource, so that the base station allocates the shared semi-persistent scheduling resource to other required terminals in its coverage, fully utilizes resources, and avoids reservation in the network. Multiple unnecessary semi-persistent scheduling resources result in wasted radio resources and reduced cell throughput.

When the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource correspond to different modulation/coding modes, the terminal needs to perform processing according to a certain algorithm when combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, for example, according to two A smaller modulation and coding strategy or a larger modulation and coding strategy is processed, or the base station configures a mapping relationship between different modulation/coding modes and the combined modulation/coding modes for the terminal. Both the base station and the terminal process the multiplexed data according to the same algorithm as described above, so that The receiver can decode correctly.

 When the terminal needs to simultaneously send the extended power headroom report and the internet protocol voice service data packet to the base station, the extended first power scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource are used to send the extended power headroom report and the internet protocol voice service data packet. The first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource are pre-configured and activated by the base station.

 In the embodiment of the present invention, the terminal semi-persistent scheduling resource including the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is pre-configured and activated by the base station, so that the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority. When the message is level, the combined semi-persistent scheduling resource can simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, which not only solves the segmentation and delay of the Internet protocol voice service data packet in the prior art, but also the quality of the Internet protocol voice service communication. The high problem also avoids the problem of increasing the demand for physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources. By flexible configuration and using semi-persistent scheduling resources, communication quality can be improved and the user experience can be improved.

 FIG. 8 is a schematic flowchart diagram of another transmission method according to an embodiment of the present invention. The method includes:

 S201: The terminal receives the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station.

 S202: The terminal combines the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 S203: The terminal multiplexes the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message.

S204: The terminal sends the multiplexed network protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by using the merged first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 S205: The terminal releases the second semi-persistent scheduling resource when the terminal sends the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and does not send the high priority message.

 S206: The terminal sends the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 Specifically, the high priority message refers to some advertisements, messages, messages, and the like whose transmission level is higher than the transmission level of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. The high priority message includes at least one of the following: an extended power headroom report; a long format buffer status report; a radio resource control message; a power headroom report; a buffer status report.

In the embodiment of the present invention, an extended power headroom report is taken as an example to describe the technical solution of the embodiment of the present invention. Of course, in other embodiments of the invention, high priority messages may also be Its message or message is not mentioned here.

 In some embodiments of the present invention, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the terminal to the base station includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to send the high-priority message and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet after the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 When it is required to simultaneously transmit the extended power headroom report and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, the terminal multiplexes the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the extended power headroom report to obtain multiplexed data, so that the merged part can be merged in the subsequent transmission process. The semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource simultaneously transmit an extended power headroom report and an internet protocol voice service data packet. Multiplexing, also known as merging, is to form a new data packet by adding the corresponding header information to the different data packets that need to be combined. The header information includes identification information and/or length information of the data packet, etc., to identify and distinguish the data packets included in the new data packet.

 The terminal may temporarily release the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period or the indication of the base station according to the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information when the Internet Protocol voice service data packet is sent and the high priority message is not sent. The two semi-persistent scheduling resources, so that the base station provides it to other terminals in need, can fully utilize resources, wastes resources without vacant, and improves the throughput of the cell.

 At this time, since the transport block size of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource is sufficient to accommodate the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, when only the Internet voice service data packet needs to be transmitted, the terminal directly uses the first semi-persistent scheduling resource for transmission.

 Of course, S202 and S203 may be performed first, and then S201 is performed, which does not affect the implementation effect of the embodiment of the present invention.

It can be seen that, in some feasible implementation manners of the present invention, the base station configures and activates an additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource for the terminal, so that when the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, The second semi-persistent scheduling resource can be merged with the first version of the persistent scheduling resource to simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, which not only solves the present problem In the technology, the Internet protocol voice service data packet segmentation and delay, the Internet protocol voice service communication quality is not high, and the problem of increasing the physical downlink control channel capacity requirement when dynamically scheduling resources is avoided, through flexible configuration and use. Semi-persistent scheduling resources can improve communication quality and enhance user experience.

 FIG. 9 is a schematic flowchart diagram of another transmission method according to an embodiment of the present disclosure, where the method includes:

 S301. The base station sends, to the terminal, the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information.

 S302: The base station activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource. Specifically, the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the second semi-persistent scheduling resource. . The base station activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, for the terminal:

 Transmitting, by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the internet protocol voice service data packet; transmitting, by using the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, the high priority message; or

 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. Specifically, the high priority message refers to some advertisements, messages, messages, and the like whose transmission level is higher than the transmission level of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. The high priority message includes at least one of the following: an extended power headroom report; a long format buffer status report; a radio resource control message; a power headroom report; a buffer status report.

 In the embodiment of the present invention, the extended power headroom report is taken as an example to illustrate the technical solution of the embodiment of the present invention. Of course, in other embodiments of the present invention, the high priority message may also be other messages or messages, which are not recited herein.

The base station sends the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal by using a radio resource control message, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes a semi-persistent scheduling-cell radio resource temporary identifier, a semi-persistent scheduling period, and uplink power control. The parameter and the like are used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource. It is assumed that the semi-persistent scheduling period of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource is configured to be 20 ms in the embodiment of the present invention. The base station sends the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal by using the RRC message, where the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;

 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to instruct the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the high priority message; and

 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.

 If the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is a shared semi-persistent scheduling resource, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following information: a shared semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, used to indicate that the activation is semi-persistent The shared semi-persistent scheduling resource is allocated when the resource is scheduled; the shared semi-persistent scheduling resource target is used to indicate the use of the shared semi-persistent scheduling resource, such as for extending the power headroom report; sharing the semi-persistent scheduling resource period, the period information may indicate To use the same period as the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, or to indicate the same period as the shared semi-persistent scheduling resource target, or an independent period. For example, if the periodic configuration of the extended power headroom report is 20ms or 50ms or 100ms or 200ms, etc., when the period of the extended power headroom report is reconfigured, the cycle of sharing the semi-persistent scheduling resources is not required to be reconfigured. process.

 Of course, the base station is not limited to using the RRC message, and the media access control element may be used to configure the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information. The base station may send the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal by using one radio resource control message, or may be separately configured by using two radio resource control messages. The radio resource control message may be a radio resource control connection setup message or a radio resource control connection re-establishment message or a radio resource control connection reconfiguration message.

 And transmitting, by the base station, activation information of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to the terminal, to activate the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 In a possible implementation manner of the embodiment of the present invention, the base station specifically sends the activation information of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource by using a physical downlink control channel; or

 And transmitting, by the enhanced physical downlink control channel, activation information of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource respectively; or

Simultaneously transmitting the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second half through the enhanced physical downlink control channel The activation information of the persistent scheduling resource.

 The activation message includes a check field and resource allocation information, and the resource allocation information includes physical resource block allocation information, modulation/coding mode information, and transport block size information.

 As a possible implementation manner, the physical resource block allocation information indicates time-frequency domain resource information allocated by the base station to the terminal, where one resource block occupies 0.5 ms in the time domain and 180 kHz in the frequency domain;

 The modulation/coding mode information indicates that the terminal uses the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second half semi-persistent scheduling resource generally corresponding to the same modulation/coding mode, and may also correspond to different modulation/coding modes, if different modulations are required. In the encoding mode, you need to pay attention to the corresponding process in the process of resource merging. Specifically, the terminal needs to follow a certain algorithm when merging the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

The mapping relationship between them. Both the base station and the terminal process the multiplexed data in accordance with the same algorithm as described above so that the receiver can correctly decode.

 The transport block size information indicates the size of the transport block of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource. Generally, the transport block size of the first semi-persistent scheduling resource is the same as the transport block size of the semi-persistent scheduling resource in the prior art, and the size of the transport block of the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is the same as or slightly smaller than the size of the extended power margin report. In order to accommodate the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the extended semi-persistent scheduling resource simultaneously after being combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the object of the present invention is achieved.

 Specifically, the check field mainly refers to a field or a bit specially set as the check information in the semi-persistent scheduling-cell radio resource temporary identifier, the cyclic redundancy information bit, and the downlink control information in the physical downlink control message. The terminal determines, according to the check field, whether the received activation information is legal, and when the activation information is legal, saves the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, and completes the first semi-persistent scheduling resource. And/or resource activation of the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.

It can be seen that, in some feasible implementation manners of the present invention, the base station configures and activates an additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource for the terminal, so that when the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, The additional second semi-persistent scheduling resource can be combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource to simultaneously transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, which not only solves the prior art Internet protocol voice service data packet segmentation and delay. , Internet Protocol Voice Service The problem of low quality of the message also avoids the problem of increasing the demand for the physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources. By flexible configuration and using semi-persistent scheduling resources, the communication quality can be improved and the user experience can be improved.

 FIG. 10 is a schematic flowchart diagram of another transmission method according to an embodiment of the present invention. The method includes:

 5401. When it is required to simultaneously transmit an Internet Protocol voice service data packet and a high priority message, modify a priority of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet to be higher than a priority of the high priority message according to an indication of a base station.

 Specifically, the high priority message includes an extended power headroom report or other message or message having a higher priority than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. It should be noted that the terminal provided by the embodiment of the present invention is applicable to an extended power headroom report and an event-triggered extended power headroom report. Hereinafter, unless otherwise specified, the extended power headroom report refers to an extended power headroom report and The event-triggered extended power headroom report is not described here. It is assumed that in the embodiment of the present invention, the high priority message is an extended power headroom report.

 In general, the priority of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet is lower than the priority of the extended power headroom report, so when the two are required to be simultaneously transmitted, the extended power headroom report is preferentially processed. In the embodiment of the present invention, when the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the extended power headroom report need to be simultaneously transmitted, the terminal temporarily modifies the priority of the extended power headroom report according to the indication that the base station sends the RRC message in advance. It is lower than the priority of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, so as to preferentially process the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, so that the Internet Protocol voice service is smooth and uninterrupted; in other cases, the priority of the extended power headroom report is higher than the default. The priority of Internet Protocol voice service packets.

 5402. Send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by using a semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 Specifically, S402 includes:

 Step 1: The Internet Protocol voice service data packet is preferentially placed in a semi-persistent scheduling resource pre-configured and activated by the base station, and a part of the high priority message is placed in the remaining resources of the semi-persistent scheduling resource.

The terminal preferentially places the Internet Protocol voice service data packet in a semi-persistent scheduling resource pre-configured and activated by the base station, and places a part of the high priority message in the remaining resources of the semi-persistent scheduling resource, and preferentially places the Internet protocol. Make full use of resources under the premise of voice service data packets. Step 2: Waiting for the dynamically allocated uplink resource to send the remaining content of the high priority message, or triggering a buffer status report of the sending resource required to include the high priority message, or requesting the base station to allocate a resource scheduling request ;

 Step 3: Send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message.

 It can be seen that, in some feasible implementation manners of the present invention, the base station preferentially transmits the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by notifying the terminal to temporarily modify the priority of the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, so that the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service. When data packets and high-priority messages are used, the existing semi-persistent scheduling resources can be used to simultaneously transmit Internet Protocol voice service data packets and high-priority messages, which not only solves the prior art Internet Protocol voice service data packet segmentation and delay, The problem of low communication quality of Internet protocol voice service also avoids the problem of increasing the demand for physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources. By flexible configuration and using semi-persistent scheduling resources, communication quality can be improved and user usage can be improved. Experience.

 FIG. 11 is a schematic flowchart diagram of another transmission method according to an embodiment of the present invention. The method includes:

 S501. When the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, the short-form high-priority message is preferentially placed in the semi-persistent scheduling resource pre-configured and activated by the base station.

 Specifically, the high priority message includes an extended power headroom report or other message or message having a higher priority than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet. It should be noted that the terminal provided by the embodiment of the present invention is applicable to an extended power headroom report and an event-triggered extended power headroom report. Hereinafter, unless otherwise specified, the extended power headroom report refers to an extended power headroom report and The event-triggered extended power headroom report is not described here. It is assumed that in the embodiment of the present invention, the high priority message is an extended power headroom report.

 When the terminal needs to simultaneously send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message, the terminal sequentially follows the priority of the extended semi-persistent scheduling resource and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet in the semi-persistent scheduling resource pre-configured and activated by the base station. The two are placed, but only the extended semi-persistent scheduling resources of the short format are preferentially placed, so that the remaining space of the semi-persistent scheduling resource can accommodate the complete Internet Protocol voice service data packet, so that the fluency of the voice service can be simultaneously performed without affecting the fluency of the voice service. Send both.

 S501 includes the following methods:

Prioritizing the extension of the primary serving cell in the extended power headroom report in the semi-persistent scheduling resource Power headroom report, or

 The extended power headroom report of the terminal in the extended power headroom report is preferentially placed in the semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 S502: Place the Internet Protocol voice service data packet in a remaining resource of the semi-persistent scheduling resource.

 S503. Send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the short format high priority message. It can be seen that, in some feasible implementation manners of the present invention, the terminal enables the remaining space of the semi-persistent scheduling resource to accommodate the complete Internet Protocol voice service data packet by placing only the short-format high-priority message, thereby enabling Under the premise of affecting the fluency of the voice service, the existing semi-persistent scheduling resource is used to preferentially transmit the Internet Protocol voice service data packet, which not only solves the segmentation and delay of the Internet protocol voice service data packet in the prior art, but also the quality of the voice communication service of the Internet protocol voice service. The problem of not increasing the number of physical downlink control channel capacity when dynamically scheduling resources is avoided. By flexible configuration and using semi-persistent scheduling resources, communication quality can be improved and the user experience can be improved.

 A person skilled in the art can understand that all or part of the process of implementing the above embodiment method can be completed by a computer program to instruct related hardware, and the program can be stored in a computer readable storage medium. In execution, the flow of an embodiment of the methods as described above may be included. The storage medium may be a magnetic disk, an optical disk, a read-only memory (ROM), or a random access memory (RAM).

 The above is only the preferred embodiment of the present invention, and the scope of the present invention is not limited thereto, and the equivalent changes made by the claims of the present invention are still within the scope of the present invention.

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A transmission method, comprising:
 The terminal combines the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; and
 The terminal simultaneously transmits an Internet Protocol voice service data packet and a high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet.
2. The method of claim 1, further comprising:
 Receiving, by the terminal, second half-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station, and calling the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:
 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;
 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to send the high-priority message and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet after the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.
3. The method according to claim 1 or 2, further comprising:
 Transmitting, by the terminal, the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message; the terminal simultaneously transmitting an Internet Protocol voice service data packet and a high by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource Priority messages, including:
 The terminal sends the multiplexed network protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by using the combined first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.
The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, further comprising:
When the terminal sends the internet protocol voice service data packet and does not send the high priority And releasing, by the terminal, the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 And transmitting, by the terminal, the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource.
5. A method according to any one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that:
 The high priority message includes at least one of the following:
 Extended power headroom report;
 Long format buffer status report;
 Radio resource control RRC message;
 Power headroom report;
 Buffer status report.
6. The method of any of claims 1-5, wherein:
 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource is a shared semi-persistent scheduling resource.
7. A transmission method, comprising:
 The base station sends the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, and the second The semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; and
 The base station activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, and is used by the base station to:
 Transmitting, by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the internet protocol voice service data packet; transmitting, by using the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, the high priority message; or
 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet.
8. The method of claim 7 wherein: The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:
 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;
 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to instruct the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the high priority message; and
 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.
9. The method of claim 7 or 8, wherein:
 The high priority message includes at least one of the following:
 Extended power headroom report;
 Long format buffer status report;
 Radio resource control RRC message;
 Power headroom report;
 Buffer status report.
10. A terminal, comprising:
 a merging module, configured to merge the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, and send, by the sending module, the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource merged by the merging module to simultaneously send the Internet protocol voice Business data packets and high priority messages;
 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet.
The terminal according to claim 10, further comprising:
 The calling module is configured to receive second half-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station, and invoke the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:
 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;
a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to indicate the second semi-persistent scheduling resource and the first Transmitting the high priority message and the internet protocol voice service data packet after combining the semi-persistent scheduling resources; and
 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.
The terminal according to claim 10 or 11, further comprising:
 a multiplexing module, configured to multiplex the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message; the sending module is specifically configured to:
 And transmitting, by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, the merging module multiplexes the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message.
The terminal according to any one of claims 10 to 12, further comprising: a release module, configured to release when the Internet Protocol voice service data packet is sent and the high priority message is not sent The second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The sending module is further configured to send the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource.
A terminal, comprising: a memory and a processor in communication with the memory, wherein the memory stores program code, the program code includes computer operation instructions, and the processor executes the Program code, used to:
 Merging the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 Simultaneously transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet.
The terminal according to claim 14, wherein the processor executes the program code, and is further configured to:
Receiving second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information sent by the base station, and calling the second semi-persistent scheduling resource; The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following: a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, saving the Two semi-persistent scheduling resources;
 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to send the high-priority message and the Internet Protocol voice service data packet after the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is combined with the first semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.
The terminal according to claim 14 or 15, wherein the processor executes the program code, and is further configured to:
 Reusing the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message;
 The processor executes the program code, specifically for:
 The multiplexed network protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message are sent by the merged first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource.
The terminal according to any one of claims 14 to 16, wherein the processor executes the program code, and is further configured to:
 When the Internet Protocol voice service data packet is sent and the high priority message is not sent, the terminal releases the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource.
18. A base station, comprising:
 a sending module, configured to send the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, The second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
An activation module, configured to activate the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, so that the terminal: Transmitting, by the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the internet protocol voice service data packet; transmitting, by using the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, the high priority message; or
 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet.
The base station according to claim 18, wherein the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:
 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, configured to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first half persistent scheduling resource;
 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to instruct the second semi-persistent scheduling resource to send the high priority message; and
 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.
The base station according to claim 18 or 19, wherein the high priority message comprises at least one of the following:
 Extended power headroom report;
 Long format buffer status report;
 Radio resource control RRC message;
 Power headroom report;
 Buffer status report.
A base station, comprising: a memory and a processor in communication with the memory, wherein the memory stores program code, the program code includes computer operation instructions, and the processor executes the Program code, used to:
Sending the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information to the terminal, where the first semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the first semi-persistent scheduling resource, the second half The persistent scheduling resource configuration information is used to indicate that the terminal supports the second half of the persistent adjustment Degree resources; and
 Activating the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and/or the second semi-persistent scheduling resource, so that the terminal: sends the Internet Protocol voice service data packet by using the first semi-persistent scheduling resource; Dispatching resources to send the high priority message; or
 Transmitting the Internet Protocol voice service data packet and the high priority message by combining the first semi-persistent scheduling resource and the second semi-persistent scheduling resource;
 The high priority message has a higher transmission level than the Internet Protocol voice service data packet.
The base station according to claim 21, wherein the second semi-persistent scheduling resource configuration information includes at least one of the following:
 And a second semi-persistent scheduling resource indication, where the second semi-persistent scheduling resource resource is saved when the physical downlink control channel PDCCH activates the first persistent scheduling resource;
 a second semi-persistent scheduling resource target, configured to instruct the second semi-persistent scheduling resource resource to send the high priority message; and
 The second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is used to indicate that the second semi-persistent scheduling resource period is the same as or different from the first half persistent scheduling resource period.
The base station according to claim 21 or 22, wherein the high priority message includes at least one of the following:
 Extended power headroom report;
 Long format buffer status report;
 Radio resource control RRC message;
 Power headroom report;
 Buffer status report.
A transmission system, comprising: a base station and at least one terminal transmitting with the base station, the terminal comprising the terminal according to any one of claims 10 to 17, the base station comprising the claim The base station of any one of 17 to 23.
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