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lteResourceGrid

Subframe resource array

Syntax

  • grid = lteResourceGrid(cfg)
    example
  • grid = lteResourceGrid(cfg,p)
    example

Description

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grid = lteResourceGrid(cfg) returns an empty resource array generated from the configuration settings structure, cfg. To create a resource array specifically for downlink or uplink, use lteDLResourceGrid or lteULResourceGrid, respectively.

For more information on the resource grid and the multidimensional array used to represent the resource elements for one subframe across all configured antenna ports, see Data Structures.

example

grid = lteResourceGrid(cfg,p) returns a resource array, where p directly specifies the number of antenna planes in the array.

Examples

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Create an empty resource array that represents the downlink resource elements for 10MHz bandwidth, one subframe, and two antennas.

griddl = lteResourceGrid(struct('NDLRB',50,'CellRefP',2,'CyclicPrefix','Normal'));
size(griddl)
ans =

   600    14     2

Create an empty resource array that represents the uplink resource elements for 10MHz bandwidth, one subframe, and two antennas.

gridul = lteResourceGrid(struct('NULRB',50,'NTxAnts',2,'CyclicPrefixUL','Normal'));
size(gridul)
ans =

   600    14     2

Create an empty resource array that represents the downlink resource elements for 20 MHz bandwidth, one subframe, extended cyclic prefix, and four antennas planes.

cfg = struct('NDLRB',100,'CyclicPrefix','Extended');
p = 4;
griddl = lteResourceGrid(cfg,p);
size(griddl)
ans =

        1200          12           4

Input Arguments

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Configuration settings, specified as a scalar structure. To create a downlink resource array, cfg must contain the NDLRB and CellRefP fields. To create an uplink resource array, cfg must contain the NULRB field. The presence of field NDLRB takes precedence over the field NULRB.

For the downlink, these fields are applicable.

Parameter FieldRequired or OptionalValuesDescription
NDLRBRequired

Scalar integer from 6 to 110

Number of downlink resource blocks. (NRBDL)

CellRefPRequired

1, 2, 4

Number of cell-specific reference signal (CRS) antenna ports

CyclicPrefixOptional

'Normal' (default), 'Extended'

Cyclic prefix length

For the uplink, these fields are applicable.

Parameter FieldRequired or OptionalValuesDescription
NULRBRequiredscalar integer from 6 to 110

Number of uplink resource blocks. (NRBUL)

CyclicPrefixULOptional

'Normal' (default), 'Extended'

Current cyclic prefix length

NTxAntsOptional

1 (default), 2, 4

Number of transmission antennas.

Number of antenna planes in the output array, specified as a nonnegative scalar integer.

Data Types: double

Output Arguments

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Empty multidimensional resource grid, returned as an N-by-M-by-P numeric array. N is the number of subcarriers (12×NULRB). M is the number of OFDM or SC-FDMA symbols in a subframe, 14 for normal cyclic prefix and 12 for extended cyclic prefix. P is the number of transmit antenna ports, cfg.CellRefP in the downlink and cfg.NTxAnts in the uplink.

Data Types: double

Introduced in R2014a

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