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ltePSSCH

Physical sidelink shared channel

Syntax

sym = ltePSSCH(ue,cw)

Description

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sym = ltePSSCH(ue,cw) returns a complex symbol column vector containing the physical sidelink shared channel (PSSCH) for the specified UE settings structure and codeword bits. Channel processing performed by the function includes PSSCH-specific scrambling, QPSK or 16-QAM modulation, and SC-FDMA transform precoding, as defined in TS 36.211 [1], Section 9.3.

For more information, see Physical Sidelink Shared Channel Processing.

Examples

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Create a codeword using the SL-SCH transport channel and encode the bits on the PSSCH.

Initialze a UE settings structure. Specify the codeword length to use for the SL-SCH. Choose a length that is a multiple of 12 symbols for normal cyclic prefix and has 4 bits per symbol for 16-QAM modulation. Pick a standard number of resource blocks, such as 10.

ue = struct('CyclicPrefixSL','Normal');
ue.RV = 0;
ue.Modulation = '16QAM';
ue.NSAID = 255;
ue.NSubframePSSCH = 0;

codewordlength = 5760; % (12 symbols)(4 bps)(12 REperRB)(10 PRB)

Create a codeword using lteSLSCH and encode the bits on the PSSCH. Plot the constellation to show the effects of the SC-FDMA precoding on the 16-QAM modulation symbols.

codeword = lteSLSCH(ue,codewordlength,zeros(100,1));
symbols = ltePSSCH(ue,codeword);

plot(symbols,'o')

Input Arguments

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User equipment settings, specified as a parameter structure containing these fields:

Sidelink mode, specified as 'D2D' or 'V2X'.

Data Types: char

Cyclic prefix length, specified as 'Normal' or 'Extended'.

Data Types: char

Modulation type, specified as 'QPSK' or '16QAM'.

Data Types: char

Sidelink group destination identity, specified as an integer scalar from 0 to 255. ()

NSAID is the lower 8 bits of the full 24-bit ProSe Layer-2 group destination ID. NSAID and NSubframePSSCH control the value of the scrambling sequence at the start of each subframe.NSAID is only required for D2D sidelink.

Data Types: double

V2X scrambling identity, specified as an integer scalar. NXID is the 16 bit CRC associated with the PSCCH SCI grant. It is only required for V2X sidelink.

Data Types: double

PSSCH subframe number in the PSSCH subframe pool, specified as an integer scalar. (nssfPSSCH)

NSubframePSSCH and NSAID control the values of the scrambling sequence. It is only required for D2D sidelink.

Data Types: double

Data Types: struct

PSSCH codeword, specified as an Mbit-by-1 integer vector. Mbit is the number of bits transmitted on the physical sidelink shared channel in one subframe and must be a multiple of 12. For more information, see Physical Sidelink Shared Channel Processing.

Output Arguments

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Modulated PSSCH symbols, returned as an NRE-by-1 column vector. NRE is number of PSSCH resource elements in a subframe. For more information, see Physical Sidelink Shared Channel Processing.

More About

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Physical Sidelink Shared Channel Processing

Physical sidelink shared channel (PSSCH) processing includes PSSCH-specific scrambling, QPSK or 16-QAM modulation, and SC-FDMA transform precoding. PSSCH processing follows the processing steps used for PUSCH, with variations defined in TS 36.211, Section 9.3.

For PSSCH, the input codeword length is Mbits = NRE × Nbps, where Nbps is the number of bits per symbol. PSSCH modulation is either QPSK (2 bits per symbol) or 16 QAM (4 bits per symbol).

The number of PSSCH resource elements (NRE) in a subframe is NRE = NPRB × NREperPRB × NSYM and includes symbols associated with the sidelink SC-FDMA guard symbol.

  • NPRB is the number of physical resource blocks (PRB) used for transmission.

  • NREperPRB is the number of resource elements in a PRB. Each PRB has 12 resource elements.

  • NSYM is the number of SC-FDMA symbols in a PSSCH subframe, including symbols associated with the sidelink SC-FDMA guard symbol. The number of SC-FDMA symbols in a PSSCH subframe is 12 for D2D normal cyclic prefix or 10 for D2D extended cyclic prefix and V2X.

The info structure output by ltePSSCHIndices provides Mbits and NRE as info.G and info.Gd respectively.

The scrambling sequence generator is initialized with at the start of every PSSCH subframe. For D2D sidelink, is the destination identity (NSAID) obtained from the sidelink shared channel. For V2X, is the V2X scrambling identity (NXID). nssfPSSCH is the subframe number in the PSSCH subframe pool (NSubframePSSCH).

ltePSSCH requires CyclicPrefixSL to deduce the number of resource blocks allocated for SC-FDMA precoding symbols.

Physical Sidelink Shared Channel Indexing

Use the ltePSSCHIndices function and the corresponding ltePSSCH sequence function to populate the PSSCH subframe resource grid. The PSSCH is transmitted in the available SC-FDMA symbols in a PSSCH subframe, using a single layer on antenna port 1000. It excludes each symbol per slot assigned to PSSCH DM-RS. For more information on PSSCH DM-RS, see the ltePSSCHDRSIndices function. The indices are ordered as the PSSCH modulation symbols should be mapped, applying frequency-first mapping. The resource elements in the last SC-FDMA symbol within a subframe are counted in the mapping process but should not be transmitted. The sidelink-specific SC-FDMA modulation creates this guard symbol. For more information on mapping symbols to the resource element grid, see Resource Grid Indexing.

References

[1] 3GPP TS 36.211. “Physical Channels and Modulation.” 3rd Generation Partnership Project; Technical Specification Group Radio Access Network; Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (E-UTRA). URL: http://www.3gpp.org.

Introduced in R2016b

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