[srslte-users] Sampling rates and LTE bandwidths?

Crozzoli Maurizio maurizio.crozzoli at telecomitalia.it
Tue Jul 28 14:01:09 UTC 2015

When you first connect to an eNodeB you do not know which bandwidths you will find (as far as I know you need to decode MIB to know what is the bandwidth assigned to the cell).

What is the approach followed by srsLte?

Is using always 30.72 MHz as a sampling rate and 2048 as FFT size the right approach (maybe a bit too expensive in terms of required processing capabilities but safe)?

If not, what to do in the "blind" conditions of first connection to the network?



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