What difference in Throughput and Latency are we expecting between 10 Mhz LTE (def scs:15kHz) FDD Vs:
a. 10Mhz 5G-NR FDD with scs 15 kHz and
b. 10Mhz 5G-NR FDD with scs 30 kHz?
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84 vs 73 I got.
Another query: In 5G we have 400 Mhz BW capability by NW. Do we have any devices in market which have 400 Mhz BW capability?
So no more than 10% difference.
166 Vs 154 Mbps with SCS 5 Vs 30 kHz in 5G (4x4 MIMO).
It is normal I think.
As SCS increases the symbols are shorten in time frame.
SCS impact in Latency is fine.
400 MHz is available only for FR2.
Nokia did a 5G demo with 2CA in FR2 summing a total of 800 MHz:
OK, is BWP capability there in UE capability message.
Assume 100 Mhz BW for network.
In which message is the BWP that UE can support is communicated?
Indicates for each subcarrier spacing whether the UE supports channel bandwidths
lower than the maximum channel bandwidth as defined in TS 38.101-1  and TS
38.101-2 . If this parameter is not included, the UE supports all channel bandwidths.
For FR1, the bits starting from the leading / leftmost bit indicate 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30,
40, 50, 60 and 80MHz. For FR2, the bits starting from the leading / leftmost bit indicate
50, 100 and 200MHz.
Thank You, got as below:
How to interpret the BW from here?
For FR1, the bits starting from the leading / leftmost bit indicate 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60 and 80 MHz.
For FR2, the bits starting from the leading / leftmost bit indicate 50, 100 and 200 MHz.
The third / rightmost bit (for 200 M) shall be set to 1.
scs-15kHz '11110000 00’B ?
It means it supports 5,10,15 and 20 MHz BWP.
Apart from maximum bandwidth supported.
From where can we get the max BW supported?
I think max bandwidth is assumed to be supported on that band.