US Patent No. 10,750,493

METHOD AND DEVICE IN UE AND BASE STATION FOR UNLICENSED SPECTRUM


Patent No. 10,750,493
Issue Date August 18, 2020
Title Method And Device In Ue And Base Station For Unlicensed Spectrum
Inventorship Zheng Liu, Shanghai (CN)
Qi Jiang, Shanghai (CN)
Xiaobo Zhang, Shanghai (CN)
Assignee SHANGHAI LANGBO COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMPANY LIMITED, Shanghai (CN)

Claim of US Patent No. 10,750,493

1. A method in a User Equipment (UE) for wireless communication, comprising: monitoring a first signaling; andwhen the first signaling is detected, monitoring a second signaling, or receiving a first radio signal;
wherein the first signaling comprises a first field; the first signaling carries first sub-information besides the first field, or the first signaling carries second sub-information besides the first field; the first field in the first signaling is used for determining whether the first sub-information or the second sub-information is carried in the first signaling; the first sub-information is used for determining a first time-frequency resource pool, time-frequency resources occupied by the second signaling belong to the first time-frequency resource pool, and the second sub-information is used for determining time-frequency resources occupied by the first radio signal;
and the first signaling, the second signaling and the first radio signal are all transmitted via an air interface; and
wherein:
a first bit block is used for generating the first signaling after being processed through channel coding, a second bit block is used for generating the second signaling after being processed through channel coding, the first bit block comprises a positive integer number of bits, the second bit block comprises a positive integer number of bits, and the number of bits comprised in the first bit block is smaller than the number of bits comprised in the second bit block; or,
a first identification is used for the detection of the first signaling, a second identification is used for the detection of the second signaling, and the first identification is different from the second identification.