WO/2016/166404 WIRELESS DEVICE RANGING||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2015/050267||NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY||RANTALA, Enrico|
A method or apparatus for detecting, at a first wireless device, a measurement frame transmitted by a second wireless device; detecting,at the first wireless device, that a condition has been satisfied to cause the first wireless device to enter a timing estimation mode in order to perform a timing estimation operation on the measurement frame; in response thereto, switching the wireless device to the timing estimation mode; processing the received measurement frame using a timing estimation operation; and causing the processed measurement frame to be used to determine a distance between the first device and the second device.
WO/2016/166405 WIRELESS DEVICE RANGING||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2015/050268||NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY||RANTALA, Enrico|
A method and apparatus for detecting, by a first device, a timing measurement frame from a second device (702), the timing measurement frame having a plurality of time measurement samples, wherein at least the first of the measurement samples has a transmit timestamp value; determining transmit timing values for the subsequent measurement samples; applying a receive timestamp value to each of the received measurement samples; and determining a relative clock drift (704) between a clock of the first device and a clock of the second device by comparing the receive timestamp values with transmit timing values of one or more measurement samples contained in the frame.
WO/2016/166400 A DEVICE-FRAME FOR TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICES||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2015/050258||CORIANT OY||PARKKONEN, Pertti|
A device-frame (101) for telecommunication devices (117) comprises a body- section (104) that comprises plug-in unit places for the telecommunication devices. The device-frame further comprises an air-guide element (107) movably supported to the body-section so that a flow area of an air-intake of the device-frame is increasable by changing the position of the air-guide element with respect to the body-section so that the height of the device-frame increases and the flow area is decreasable by changing the position of the air-guide element so that the height of the device-frame decreases. The height of the device-frame can be adjusted to be smaller in cases where the circumstances are not the most demanding from the viewpoint of the cooling and therefore, in less demanding circumstances, it is possible to have more device-frames in a rack.
WO/2016/166401 EXTENSION CORD, SOCKET AND COVER OF A SOCKET||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2015/050260||ROMI SYSTEMS AB OY||ERIKSSON, Ronny|
The present invention relates to an extension cord comprising a lead (7) having a first end and a second end. The first end comprises a socket (1) having a cover (2) and the second end comprises a plug (8). The cover (2) is attached to the socket (1) by a hinged joint possessing a force which resists opening of the cover (2). The cover (2) comprises a retainer. The present invention also relates to a socket (1) having a cover (2) and a cover (2) of a socket (1).
WO/2016/166402 FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM FOR A PISTON ENGINE AND A METHOD FOR DAMPING PRESSURE FLUCTUATIONS||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2015/050263||WÄRTSILÄ FINLAND OY||LAAKSO, Ossi|
The fuel injection system for a piston engine comprises a high-pressure pump (5a, 5b) for pressurizing liquid fuel for fuel injection and a low-pressure pump (7) for feeding fuel to the high-pressure pump (5a, 5b), the downstream side of the high-pressure pump (5a, 5b) forming a high-pressure side (13) of the fuel injection system. The high-pressure side (13) of the fuel injection system is provided with a pressure damper (14), which is configured to have a natural frequency corresponding to a selected frequency at which pressure fluctuations on the high-pressure side (13) of the fuel injection system occur.
WO/2016/166403 A CONFIGURATION SYSTEM FOR CONFIGURING THE CONTROL-PLANE OF A SOFTWARE-DEFINED NETWORK||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2015/050265||CORIANT OY||HALLIVUORI, Ville|
A configuration system (101) for configuring the control-plane of a software- defined network is presented. The configuration system determines an entity- specific group of control-plane functionalities for each of controller entities located in a distributed way in the software-defined network. The control-plane functionalities are suitable for configuring data forwarding network elements, such as routers, to support services to be provided by the software-defined network. The configuration system composes, on the basis of the entity-specific groups, entity-specific portions of control data and transmits the entity-specific portions of the control data to the controller entities so as to configure each controller entity to support the corresponding entity-specific group of the control-plane functionalities. Thus, the control-plane functionalities can be distributed between the controller entities in scalable way for example in accordance with requirements related to the control-plane functionalities and/or a spatial distribution of the needs for different ones of the control-plane functionalities.
WO/2016/166406 A METHOD FOR PILE-DRIVING||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2015/050269||JUNTTAN OY||HALONEN, Antti|
The invention relates to a method for optimizing the driving of a pile (7), the method comprising: - driving the pile (7) into the ground by a pile-driving machine comprising a hammer ram (1 ) to be placed against the pile (7) and a block (6) that is movable back and forth therein; - moving the block (6) applied for driving the pile (7) towards the end of the pile (7) with a given impact energy (Wkin); - determining the value of a kinetic variable (Q1) of the impact, proportional to the kinetic energy of the block (6) used for driving the pile, when the block (6) is moving towards the pile (7) in the pile driving direction; - determining the value of a kinetic variable (Q3) of the return motion, proportional to the kinetic energy of the block (6), when the block (6) is returning, after an impact on the pile (7), in a direction opposite to the pile driving direction: - calculating a kinetic variable ratio (Q1/Q3) by means of the determined kinetic variable (Q1) of the impact motion and kinetic variable (Q3) of the return motion; - comparing the obtained kinetic variable ratio (Q1/Q3) with a predetermined target value (Q1/Q3tav) for the kinetic variable ratio (Q1/Q3), producing the shortest possible total pile driving time (ttot) for the pile (7); - adjusting the impact energy (Wkin) of the next impact in such a way that the kinetic variable ratio (Q1/Q3) determined by the kinetic variable (Q1 ) of the impact motion and the kinetic variable (Q3) of the return motion of the next impact will be changed towards the target value (Q1/Q3tav).
WO/2016/166408 APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR CAPTURING IMAGES||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2016/050148||NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY||LAAKSONEN, Lasse|
An apparatus (1) and method wherein the apparatus (1 ) comprises: a first optical arrangement (3) configured to provide a first image to an electronic viewfinder (7) wherein the first optical arrangement (3) comprises a display component (4); a second optical arrangement (5) configured to provide a second image to an optical viewfinder (9); a beam splitter (11) configured to split a beam from the second optical arrangement (5); and an auxiliary image sensor (13) configured to detect a beam from the beam splitter (11) and obtain an image corresponding to the second image so that at least a portion of the second image can be compared to the first image.
WO/2016/166415 LATERAL FLOW DEVICE, ASSAY DEVICE AND KIT AND METHOD FOR ANALYZING A FLUID SAMPLE||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2016/050242||TEKNOLOGIAN TUTKIMUSKESKUS VTT OY||MÄKINEN, Jukka-Tapani|
The invention concerns a lateral flow device, system, kit and method for analyzing a fluid sample. The device comprises a support structure, a flow channel formed in the support structure, and an injection zone in fluidic connection with the flow channel for introducing the fluid sample into the flow channel. According to the invention the flow channel comprises at least two indicator zones at least one of which is capable of producing an optically detectable response signal when interacting with the fluid sample, and the indicator zones are arranged at least partly adjacent to each other on different sections of the flow channel. The invention allows for low-cost imaging devices, such as cameras of mobile phones to be used for making challenging lateral flow diagnostics on a variety of fields of technology.
WO/2016/166409 EVAPORATOR UNIT FOR HEAT PUMP APPARATUS||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/FI2016/050217||CE RENTAL OY||NIEMELÄ, Juha|
An evaporator unit (100) for a heat pump system (500) comprises: - a heat exchanger (10), - a first inlet portion (AP1), - a second inlet portion (AP2), - a first channel portion (DP1) arranged to guide outdoor air (AIR1) from the first inlet portion (AP1) to the heat exchanger (10), - a second channel portion (DP2) arranged to guide outdoor air (AIR1) from the second inlet portion (AP2) to the heat exchanger (10), and - an axial fan (20) arranged to provide an air jet (JET2) by drawing cooled air (AIR2) from the heat exchanger (10) such that that the distance (d) between the first inlet portion (AP1) and the impeller (25) of the fan (20) is smaller than 30% of the initial width (wJET2) of the jet (JET2), and the distance (d2) between the second inlet portion (AP2) and the impeller (25) of the fan (20) is smaller than 30% of the initial width (wJET2) of the jet (JET2), wherein the fan (20) is located between the first channel portion (DP1) and the second channel portion (DP2).