Lets try to **calculate** RSRP, RSSI and RSRQ for one very simple case of one **resource** **block** with 12 sub carriers and 0.5 ms in time domain. Let’s assume the power of reference symbols (shown by red square) and power of other symbols carrying other data channels (shown by blue square) is same i.e. 0.021 watt Since RSRP is linear average of .... In this tutorial we will learn in Telecom **How to calculate lte** throughput & **resource block**, **how to calculate lte** symbol duration, **how to calculate lte** data r.

Based on the number of **LTE resource blocks** you want to allocate and the starting **resource block** in the frequency domain, the **resource** indication value (RIV) is **calculated** (RB to RIV). The RIV is used for signaling the **resource** allocation from the base station to the terminal. The other way round also works: A given RIV can be converted to the. Users are allocated those **resource blocks** that have the highest CQI, and therefore the best signal-to-noise ratio. This parameter can take values from 0 to 15. The higher the value, the better (the higher the speed that an **LTE** base.

Peak **LTE** data rate can be calculated using the following parameters: Data rate for a single carrier=Number of symbols per time slot*Bits per symbol/Duration of a time slot=7*6/0.5e-3=84kbps. If 1200 carriers (100RBs) are used then the aggregated throughput would be=1200*84kbps=100.8Mbps. If 4×4 MIMO is used then the capacity would increase ....