GUANGDONG OPPO MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORP., LTD. (Guangdong, CN)
The 3rd generation partnership project 3GPP found that when a terminal has one physical downlink share channel (PDSCH), scheduled by downlink information DCI format 1 on a main carrier or one DCIformat 1_0 indicating sub-persistent scheduling, (SPS), in which the value is 1 in the downlink assignment data (DAI) field. codebook for ACK/NACK that is associated with the preconfigured resource set by the terminal doesn’t include ACK/NACK information.
Further, a new radio (NR) system supports slot aggregation, i.e., one transport block (TB) is repeatedly transmitted in consecutive time, and an independent PDSCH is in each slot, in this case, the terminal only supports single codewordtransmission. If only one TB with the slot aggregation scheduled by DCI format 1_0 is received by the main carrier in the slot that corresponds to the preconfigured resource set, how to implement NACK/ACK feedback in this situation is not yet discussed.
The present application implements the method of transmitting uplink control data and the same product. A terminal that uses a quasi-static ACK/NACK approach to information detection is implemented in an NRsystem.
In the first instance this application, an implementation of the present application provides a method for transmitting information about uplink control. The method includes: a terminal receives only one transport block (TB) in time units in a preconfigured resource set,wherein the TB is transmitted in a continuous time and the resource set that is preconfigured includes various time units. Additionally, the terminal only transmits one bit of feedback response information, which is related to the TB’s uplink time unit.
Another aspect of the application describes a method to transmit information about the uplink. The method includes: a network device transmits only one transport block (TB) in time units of a preconfiguredresource set, wherein the TB is transmitted in consecutive time, and the preconfigured resource set includes multiple time units; and the network device receives only 1-bit feedback response information corresponding to the TB in an uplink time unit.
Another aspect is that the program implements the functions of a terminal. It is capable in executing the functions of the terminal created in the foregoing techniques. These functions may be accomplished through hardware, or executed using corresponding software using hardware. A number of modules are installed in the hardware that correspond to the functions. In a possible design, the terminal includes a processor. The processor is configured to allow the terminal to perform an equivalent function as described in the above methods. Additionally, the terminal could further include an transceiver. It allows communications between the terminal’s network device and the terminal. The terminal could also have a memory. The memory is used to connect to the processor, as well as it stores the essential program instructions as well as the data of the terminal.
The fourth element is that the application functions as the functions of a network device. The capabilities of the network device permit it to execute actions created by the above methods. The functions are implemented via hardware or operating the software via hardware. There are a number of modules included in the hardware or that correspond to the functions. In a potential design, the network device includes an operating system. The processor is configured to allow the network device to carry out corresponding functions in the foregoing method. Furthermore, the network device could also include the transceiver. It is used to support communication between the terminal and the network device. The device that is connected to the network may also include memory. The memory is used for coupling to the processor, and it stores the most important program instructions and data of the network device.
The fifth element of the implementation of this application is the inclusion of the use of a terminal. The terminal comprises the processor, memory, a communication interface, and one or more programs, wherein the program or programs are stored in the memory andconfigured to be executed by the processor. Additionally, the program contains instructions for performing acts in any method of the first part of the execution of the current application.
In a sixth feature an implementation of the current application includes the network device. The device includes the processor, memory, a communication interface and one or several programs. The program or programs are stored in the memory and executed by the processor. In addition the program includes instructions for performing acts in any of the two areas of the application’s implementation. application.
A seventh element of the present application is a computer-readable storage media. The computer-readable storage medium contains computer programs for electronic data interchange. Computer programs permit computers to execute all or part of the acts described in any manner of the first element during the execution of the current application.
In an eighth aspect the present application further provides a computer-readable storage medium. Computer-readable storage media can store computer programs that allow electronic data interchange. The computer programs enablea computer to carry out all or part of the acts described in any method of the second element in the implementation of the present application.
A ninth element of the present application is the computer-programme item. Computer program products include the non-transitory computer readable medium that can store computer programs. Computer programs are able to allow a computer execute all or parts of the activities that are described in the different methods of implementation of this application. The term “package” refers to the package could be the computer program product.Click here to view the patent on USPTO website.
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