Resource Block (Uplink)

Click Resource Block in the tree view to open the Resource Block node. The Resource Block node enables you to add and configure resource block groups. A resource block group consists of one or more resource blocks in one slot. The resource mapping graph at the bottom of the window provides a graphical representation of your configuration.

Resource Block Group Number

Displays the identifying number of the currently selected resource block group.

When you click the Add New Channel button , the software adds a new resource block group above the currently selected resource block group in the list. The software assigns an identifying number to the new resource block group that corresponds to its position in the list and increments the identifying numbers of subsequent resource block groups in the list. Similarly, if you delete the selected resource block group using the Delete Selected Channel(s) button , the software adjusts the identifying numbers of the subsequent resource block groups according to their new positions in the list.

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State

Choice: Off | On

Default: On

Double-click or use the drop-down menu to turn the selected resource block group On or Off.

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Power

Range: 60 to 20 dB

Enter a power level for the selected resource block group.

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Modulation Type

Choice: QPSK | 16QAM | 64QAM

Default: QPSK

Double-click or use the drop-down menu to select the modulation type for the selected resource block group.

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Frame Number

Enter a frame number (0 or 1) for the selected resource block group if you have selected Two Frame as the Waveform Generation Length.

This parameter is read-only for resource block groups that are occupied by a higher layer.

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Slot Number

Enter a slot number to assign the selected resource block group to a specific slot in the frame. The combination of Slot Number and Resource Blocks defines a resource block group.

This parameter is read-only for resource block groups that are occupied by a higher layer.

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Resource Blocks

Enter one or more numbers (separated by commas) to assign specific resource blocks in the frequency domain to the resource block group. The combination of Slot Number and Resource Blocks defines a resource block group. Resource blocks in a group must be in the same slot, but do not have to be contiguous in the frequency domain. The number of resource blocks available in the frequency domain is determined by the Transmission Bandwidth setting and the Resource Block Size defined in the UE Setup node.

This parameter is read-only for resource block groups that are occupied by a higher layer.

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Data

Use the Data Source Selection dialog box to select PN9, PN15, or User Defined Bits to use for the data.

Higher Layer is displayed in the Data cell if the selected resource block group is occupied by a higher layer.

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Related Topics

Resource Mapping Graph (Uplink)