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Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of Old/WiMAX/17/01arq


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Mar 22, 2012, 2:42:56 AM (9 years ago)
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    5757=== blockltm ===
    58 ARQ block lifetime. This is the maximum time interval an ARQ block shall be managed by te transmitter ARQ state machine, once initial transmission of the block has occurred. If transmission (or subsequent retransmission) of the block is not acknowledged by the receiver before the time limit is reach, the block is discarded.
     58ARQ block lifetime. This is the maximum time interval an ARQ block shall be managed by te transmitter ARQ state machine, once initial transmission of the block has occurred. If transmission (or subsequent retransmission) of the block is not acknowledged by the receiver before the time limit is reach, the block is discarded. Units: 100us. Allowed values: (0..65535)
    5959
    6060=== txackdelay ===
     
    7474
    7575=== enable ===
    76 Indicates if ARQ is enabled for connection. Default: false
     76Indicates if ARQ is enabled for connection. Default: false.
     77[[BR]]'''NOTE: HARQ pdusn must be turned off if ARQ is enabled!'''
    7778
    7879=== rtmotx ===
    79 TX retry timeout. The minimum time interval a transmitter shall wait before retransmission of an unacknowledged block for retransmission. The interval begins when the ARQ block was last transmitted.
     80TX retry timeout. The minimum time interval a transmitter shall wait before retransmission of an unacknowledged block for retransmission. The interval begins when the ARQ block was last transmitted. Units: 100us. Allowed values: (0..65535)
    8081
    8182=== bloksize ===
    8283ARQ block size in bytes. Before transmission each SDU block is partitioned into a sequence of ARQ blocks of this size. Allowed values are powers of two ranging from 16 to 1024 bytes, e.g. 16, 32, 64 and so on. Default: 1024.
    8384
    84 '''NB: Even if a large window size is permitted by the base station, the client may still request a smaller block size.''' We have noticed that on a Linux client with the Intel 6250 card, a 16B block size is always requested.
     85'''NB: Even if a large block size or window size is permitted by the base station, the client may still negotiate something smaller.''' (As we have seen on a Linux client with the Intel 6250 card.)
    8586
    8687=== rtmorx ===
    87 RX retry timeout.
     88RX retry timeout. Units: 100us. Allowed values: (0..65535)
    8889
    8990== /harq - HARQ Control  ==