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Code block desegmentation and CRC decoding

`[blk,err] = lteCodeBlockDesegment(cbs,blklen)`

- example
`[blk,err] = lteCodeBlockDesegment(cbs)`

`[`

concatenates
the input code block vectors contained in `blk`

,`err`

]
= lteCodeBlockDesegment(`cbs`

,`blklen`

)`cbs`

into
an output vector, `blk`

, of length `blklen`

. `blklen`

is
also used to validate the dimensions of the data in `cbs`

and
to calculate the amount of filler to be removed. If `cbs`

is
a cell array containing more than one vector, each vector is assumed
to have a type-24B CRC attached. This CRC is decoded and stripped
from each code block before output concatenation and the CRC error
result is placed in the associated element of vector `err`

.
The length of `err`

is the number of code blocks.
If `cbs`

is a single vector or a cell array containing
a single vector, no CRC decoding or stripping is performed and `err`

is
empty. In all cases, the number of filler bits stripped from the beginning
of the (first) code block is calculated from `blklen`

. `lteCodeBlockDesegment`

performs
the inverse of the code block segmentation and CRC appending (see `lteCodeBlockSegment`

).

`lteCodeBlockSegment`

| `lteCRCDecode`

| `lteDLSCHDecode`

| `lteTurboDecode`

| `lteULSCHDecode`

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