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3 Relationship between the physical channel and the transport channel. 3. Paging channel (PCH): The PCH is a forward link transport channel that is transmitted over the entire cell and is used to transmit paging information. 4. Random-access channel (RACH): The RACH is a reverse link transport channel, which is received from the entire cell. The RACH is characterized by collision risk and by being transmitted using openloop-type TPC. 5. Dedicated channel (DCH): The DCH is a forward link and reverse link transport channel, which is transmitted either throughout the entire cell or over only a part of the cell using a beam-forming transmission with an adaptive antenna.
Those with low mobility), the false detection in the first and second step is increased, especially when the received signal power is low, since the influence of fading variation is not sufficiently eliminated. Therefore, timeswitched transmit diversity (TSTD) was proposed and the application of 22 Advances in 3G Enhanced Technologies for Wireless Communications TSTD to SCH was determined in 3GPP. In TSTD, the primary and secondary SCH pair is alternatively transmitted slot by slot from two antennas.
The DSCH is used primarily for high-rate packet data transmission and is transmitted either throughout the entire cell or over only a part of the cell using beamforming transmission. 7. Common packet channel (CPCH): The CPCH is a reverse link transport channel and is associated with a dedicated channel on the forward link, which provides power control and CPCH control commands. The CPCH is used for high-rate data transmission in random access channels. 3 Multiplexing and Rate Matching We now discuss transport channel multiplexing and its associated rate matching .