US Patent No. 10,412,748

ENHANCED CARRIER AGGREGATION SCHEDULING METHOD AND DEVICE IN USER EQUIPMENT AND BASE STATION


Patent No. 10,412,748
Issue Date September 10, 2019
Title Enhanced Carrier Aggregation Scheduling Method And Device In User Equipment And Base Station
Inventorship XiaoBo Zhang, Shanghai (CN)
Assignee Shanghai Langbo Communication Technology Company Limited, Shanghai (CN)

Claim of US Patent No. 10,412,748

1. An enhanced carrier aggregation scheduling method in a UE, comprising the following steps:Step A: receiving a high layer signaling to determine K sets of configuration information, the K sets of configuration information correspond to K serving cells respectively, and the configuration information comprising a first index, a second index, a third index and the working frequency band information;
Step B: receiving a first signaling on a first serving cell, the first signaling comprising a fourth index and the scheduling information;
Step C: determining a second serving cell according to a first set of the configuration information and the fourth index of the first signaling, and transporting a wireless signal on the second serving cell according to the scheduling information of the first signaling;
wherein the first signaling is a physical layer signaling, the transporting is receiving or transmitting, the first serving cell and the second serving cell are respectively one of the K serving cells; the first set of the configuration information is the configuration information corresponding to the first serving cell, a second set of the configuration information is the configuration information corresponding to the second serving cell; Each of the first indexes of the K sets of the configuration information is unique; a number of bits of the third index is less than a number of bits of the first index; and the second set of the configuration information is one set of the configuration information in the K sets of the configuration information satisfying the following conditions:
a value of the second index equals to a value of the first index of the first set of the configuration information;
a value of the third index equals to a value of the fourth index of the first signaling.