Decode PDSCH modulation symbols
returns soft bits
symbols] = nrPDSCHDecode(
cws and constellation symbols
symbols resulting from the inverse operation of the physical downlink
shared channel (PDSCH) processing specified in TS 38.211 Sections 7.3.11–3 . The decoding consists of
layer demapping, demodulation of
sym with modulation scheme
mod, and descrambling with scrambling identity
nid. The input
rnti is the radio network
temporary identifier (RNTI) of the user equipment (UE).
Generate and decode PDSCH modulation symbols.
Specify a random sequence of binary values corresponding to a codeword of 8000 bits using 256-QAM modulation. Generate PDSCH modulation symbols for the specified physical layer cell identity number, RNTI, and number of transmission layers.
modulation = '256QAM'; nlayers = 4; ncellid = 42; rnti = 6143; data = randi([0 1],8000,1); txsym = nrPDSCH(data,modulation,nlayers,ncellid,rnti);
Add an additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) to the PDSCH symbols. Then demodulate to produce soft bit estimates.
SNR = 30; % SNR in dB rxsym = awgn(txsym,SNR); rxbits = nrPDSCHDecode(rxsym,modulation,ncellid,rnti);
sym— Received PDSCH modulation symbols
Received PDSCH modulation symbols, specified as a complex matrix of size
NRE is the number of resource elements in a
layer, and NLayers is the number of layers.
NLayers determines the number of codewords
If NLayers is from 1 to 4, the
function returns one codeword in
If NLayers is from 5 to 8, the
function returns two codewords in
Complex Number Support: Yes
mod— Modulation scheme
'256QAM'| string array | cell array of character vectors
Modulation scheme, specified as
'256QAM', a string array, or a
cell array of character vectors. This modulation scheme specifies the modulation type of
the codewords and the number of bits used per modulation symbol. If
cws contains two codewords, the modulation scheme applies to
both codewords. Alternatively, you can specify different modulation schemes for each
codeword by using a string array or a cell array of character vectors.
|Modulation Scheme||Number of Bits Per Symbol|
Example: To specify different modulation schemes for two codewords, you can use any of these
nid— Scrambling identity
Scrambling identity, specified as an integer from 0 to 1023.
nid is the
physical layer cell identity number (0 to 1007) or higher layer parameter
dataScramblingIdentityPDSCH (0 to 1023). For more information,
see TS 38.331 Section 6.3.2.
rnti— RNTI of UE
RNTI of the UE, specified as an integer from 0 to 65,535.
nVar— Noise variance
1e-10(default) | nonnegative numeric scalar
Noise variance, specified as a nonnegative numeric scalar. The soft bits are scaled with the variance of additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN). The default value corresponds to an SNR of 100 dB, assuming unit signal power.
The default value assumes the decoder and coder are connected back-to-back,
where the noise variance is zero. To avoid
+Inf values in the output, the function uses
1e-10 as the default value for noise variance. To get
appropriate results when the signal is transmitted through a noisy channel,
adjust the noise variance accordingly.
cws— Approximate LLR soft bits
Approximate log likelihood ratio (LLR) soft bits, returned as a cell array of one or
two real column vectors. The output
cws inherits the data type of
sym. The number of column vectors depends on the number layers in
sym. The sign of the output represents the hard bits.
symbols— Symbol constellation for each codeword
 3GPP TS 38.211. “NR; Physical channels and modulation.” 3rd Generation Partnership Project; Technical Specification Group Radio Access Network.