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IEEE C802.16e-04/401 IEEE 802.16 Broadband Wireless Access Working Group <http://ieee802.org/16> A common preamble sequence for OMI identification and for FFT sizes other than 2048 2004-08-24 Jason Hou, Jing Wang, Sean Cai, Dazi Feng, Yonggang Fang ZTE San Diego Inc. 10105 Pacific Heights Blvd. San Diego, CA 92121 USA Voice: +82-31-279-3355 jiho.jang@samsung.com wonil.roh@samsung.com sjmaeng@samsung.com panyuh@samsung.com jhjeon@samsung.com soon.young.yoon@samsung.com seongwook.song@samsung.com Voice: 858-554-0387 Fax: 858-554-0894 jhou@ztesandiego.com jwang@ztesandiego.com scai@ztesandiego.com dfeng@ztesandiego.com yfang@ztesandiego.com

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In this contribution we proposed a structural way to generate the common SYNC symbol based on Chu and FrankZadoff CAZAC sequences and introduce spectrum folding to ensure low PAPR.1 Preamble The sequence for the common SYNC symbol is defined below. 512.1. the common SYNC symbol is specified for various FFT sizes.chungnjnLLπ==− (x) 2 .2004-09-21 IEEE C802. Common SYNC symbol FFT size Length of sequence Sequence type Sequence length 1024 512 Frank-Zadoff 256 512 256 Chu 128 128 64 Chu 32 Table xxx – Operating mode configuration OMI index for common SYNC symbol 0 (default) 1 2 3 Operating mode PUSC FUSC Optional FUSC AMC For the FFT sizes of 1024. 3 Proposed Text Change -----------------Start text --------------------------8.. The Chu sequence generation is expressed as 2[]exp(). 0..1. 2 Proposed Solution For theoretical derivations using CAZAC sequences in the construction of preamble sequences. Table xxx. the common SYNC symbols are derived from Fran-Zadoff [xx] or Chu [xx] sequences and possess CAZAC (Constant Amplitude Zero Auto-correlation) properties..16e-04/xxx A Preamble Sequence for Common SYNC Symbol for FFT sizes other than 2048 1 Background In contribution document C80216e. and 128.. please refer to contribution document C80216e-04_265.6.4.1.

1frankpqgnpqLjLpLqLnLπ=+==−=−=− The common SYNC symbol modulates each 2’nd subcarrier with modified CAZAC sequences and uses legacy preamble boosting formula described in 8...2 512-FFT OFDMA DL Common SYNC Symbol Generation The common SYNC modulation data of 512 physical subcarriers are assembled in such a way that the folded frequency spectrum of even-numbered subcarriers of the 2x subsampled time waveform closely resembles a 128element Chu sequence while maintaining constant amplitude. 0255OMIgnn+=≤≤ and OMI is between 0 and 3 as is defined in X. N and GR N the left. Common SYNC symbol basic structure 8. 0(-1) or (1024-)1023()..4.X...X.1.and right-hand sides. 511()(512)...4.4.16e-04/xxx The Frank-Zadoff sequence generation is expressed as []exp(2) 0.1. The assembling process uses a 256element/41024/40.1...4. as defined in Table 309b.9.1.. defined earlier in (x).6..2004-09-21 IEEE C802.6.X. 0255OMIfrankgngnOMIn=+⋅≤≤ GL [21]0.. Modulated subcarriers 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 856 857 Figure X. The assembling process uses a 128-element Chu sequence described in the last section and the procedures are 3 .1 1024-FFT OFDMA DL Common SYNC Symbol Generation The common SYNC modulation data of 1024 physical subcarriers are assembled in such a way that the folded frequency spectrum of even-numbered subcarriers of the 2x subsampled time waveform closely resembles a 256element Frank-Zadoff sequence while maintaining constant amplitude.1. procedures are where 256 [2][(64)mod256]. are thegnumbers of guard subcarriers on 256frank is a 256-element Chu sequence 8..1. section and the 512 (DC subcarrier)GLGRjOMIGLjOMIGRnNNnegnNnpnegn Frank-Zadoff sequence described in the last 513(1023-)0.1 0. Figure X depicts an example of the subcarrier modulation..1 0..1.1.3.. respectively.

are the numbers of guard subcarriers on g is a 32-element Chu sequence defined -----------------End text --------------------------- 4 References [1] IEEE P802. [2] IEEE C80216e-04_265. The assembling process uses a 32-element Chu sequence describedor the last section and the procedures are (DC subcarrier)GLGRjOMIGLjOMIGRnNNnegnNnpnegnnNnππ−≤≤≤≤ /4128/40. respectively.X. and Low PAPR 4 . earlier in (x).X.X.4. 64 where 32 [2][(8)mod32].16e-04/xxx /4512/4 0.2004-09-21 IEEE C802. 0128OMIchugngnOMIn=+⋅≤≤ GL [21]0. 0128OMIgnn+=≤≤ and OMI is between 0 and 3 as is defined in X.and right-hand sides.X. as defined in Table 309d. N and GR N 32chu the left. 256 (DC subcarrier)GLGRjOMIGLjOMIGRnNNnegnNnpnegnnNnππ where 128 [2][(32)mod128].1. Low Computational Complexity. N and GR N 128chu the left. as defined in Table 309c. respectively. earlier in (x).3 128-FFT OFDMA DL Common SYNC Symbol Generation The common SYNC modulation data of 128 physical subcarriers are assembled in such a way that the folded frequency spectrum of even-numbered subcarriers of the 2x subsampled time waveform closely resembles a 32element Chu sequence while maintaining constant amplitude.X. 255()(256). 0(-1) or (512-)511().X.1. 65(127)0. are the numbers of guard subcarriers on g is a 128-element Chu sequence defined 8.16-REVe/D4-2004 Amendment for Physical and Medium Access Control Layers for Combined Fixed and Mobile Operation in Licensed Band. 031OMIchugngnOMIn=+⋅≤≤ GL [21]0. 257(511-)0. Preamble Sequence For Fast Cell Search. 031OMIgnn+=≤≤ and OMI is between 0 and 3 as is defined in X. 0(-1) in (128-)127().and right-hand sides. 63()(64).6.