References

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[1] 3GPP, “NR; Physical channels and modulation,” 3GPP TR 38.211, v15.4.0.

[2] 3GPP, “NR; Multiplexing and channel coding,” 3GPP TR 38.212, v15.4.0.

[3] 3GPP, “NR; Physical layer procedures for control,” 3GPP TR 38.213, v15.4.0.

[4] 3GPP, “NR; Physical layer procedures for data,” 3GPP TR 38.214, v15.4.0.

[5] 3GPP, “NR; Physical layer measurements,” 3GPP TR 38.215, v15.4.0.

[6] Small cell forum, “SCF 222 5G FAPI PHY API,” v10.02, March 2020.

[7] NVIDIA GPU Direct RDMA, https://developer.nvidia.com/gpudirect.

[8] O-RAN Working Group 4 (Open Fronthaul Interfaces WG), Control, User and Synchronization Plane Specification, O-RAN.WG4.CUS.0-v07.02.

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