WO/2015/126299 METHOD AND NODE FOR SELECTING A MESSAGE BOX||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050222||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||KERÄNEN, Ari|
The present disclosure relates to a method 40 in a node 141, 142; 21 of a communication system 10 for selecting a message box 2O1, 202 for a machine device 12i,..., 12n. The communication system 10 comprises one or more capillary networks 11 and a wireless network 16, the one or more capillary networks 11 comprising one or more machine devices 12i,..., 12n and at least two capillary network gateways 141, 142. The at least two capillary network gateways 141, 142 are capable of data exchange between the machine device 12i,..., 12n and the wireless network 16. The method 40 comprises establishing 42, for the machine device 12i,..., 12n, a first probability reflecting the probability that the machine device 12i,..., 12n changes capillary network gateway 141, 142 between two consecutive data transmission events performed by the machine device 12i,..., 12n, and selecting 44, based on the first probability, a message box 201, 202 for use by the machine device 12. The disclosure also relates to corresponding node, computer programs and computer program products.
WO/2015/126298 METHOD FOR MANAGING A WIRELESS DEVICE||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050221||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||HÖGLUND, Andreas|
A method, in a network node, for managing a wireless device is disclosed. The method comprises conducting spectrum opportunity detection within a spectrum band (120) and indicating a result of the spectrum opportunity detection to the wireless device (140). For the purposes of the method, a spectrum opportunity comprises a channel within the spectrum band which is at least temporarily available for use by the wireless device. Also disclosed is a method in a wireless device in a network. The method comprises detecting an indication of a result of spectrum opportunity detection conducted by a network node within a spectrum band (440) and if the indication indicates a detected spectrum opportunity, conducting one of a transmission or reception operation on the detected spectrum opportunity (480). Also disclosed are a computer program product for carrying out the above methods, a network node and a wireless device.
WO/2015/126293 METHOD AND DEVICES FOR PROTECTION OF CONTROL PLANE FUNCTIONALITY||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050213||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||LILJENSTAM, Michael|
The invention relates to a method (40) for protection of control plane functionality of a network node of a communications network providing wireless communication to a mobile terminal. The network node is configured to support control plane signaling with the mobile terminal. The method (40) comprises: maintaining (41) a communication context for the mobile terminal, the communication context being associated with a control signaling message exchange between the mobile terminal and the network node; establishing (42), for a received message, a communication context to which it belongs; determining (43), in relation to information in the established communication context, the received message to be a message conforming to a protection rule or a message violating a protection rule; and handling (44) the message in accordance with rules of a protection policy. The invention also relates to corresponding nodes, computer programs and computer program products.
WO/2015/126296 A METHOD AND NODES FOR SELECTING A CAPILLARY NETWORK GATEWAY||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050216||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||SACHS, Joachim|
The disclosure relates to a method 40 for selecting a capillary network gateway 121, 122 for a machine device 11 of a capillary network 10. The capillary network gateway 121, 122 is capable of data exchange between the machine device 11 and a wireless network 15. The method 40 comprises: acquiring 41 information about a respective message box capability for two or more capillary network gateways 121, 122 of the capillary network 10; and selecting 42, for the machine device 11, the capillary network gateway 121, 122 based on the information about the message box capability. The disclosure also relates to a corresponding node, computer program and computer program product.
WO/2015/126289 DATA TRANSMISSION OVER A REDUCED NUMBER OF PHYSICAL ANTENNAS||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050202||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||LONG, Jianguo|
The disclosure relates to a method, performed in a multi-antenna radio access node comprising four logical antenna ports mapped to corresponding physical antennas, of transmitting data using three physical antennas. The method comprises determining (S51) loss of data transmission from one physical antenna of the four physical antennas. A required multi-antenna transmission scheme is determined (S52). An antenna mapping matrix prestored in the radio access node is selected (S53), the selected antenna mapping matrix adapted to the required multi-antenna transmission scheme. Data on the four logical antenna ports are re-mapped (S54) to the remaining three physical antennas by using the selected antenna mapping matrix, whereupon the data is transmitted (S55) from the remaining three physical antennas.
WO/2015/126291 AN AUXILIARY REACTOR FOR BIOLOGICAL OR CHEMICAL TRANSFORMATION||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050208||NORDIC CHEMQUEST AB||BYSTRÖM, Emil|
The present invention relates to the field of biological and chemical transformation as well as physical and chemical trapping. More specifically, the invention relates to a new reactor arrangement for performing, by means of at least one solid reaction member, biological or chemical transformation, or physical or chemical trapping from, or release of agents to,a fluidic medium. The reactor arrangement is comprised of an auxiliary reactor having a transformation device and a main reactor. The invention also provides an auxiliary reactor adapted for being connected to a main reactor, a method of using such a reactor arrangement, as well as a process involving the reactor arrangement.
WO/2015/126300 METHOD FOR ACCESSING LOCAL SERVICES IN WLANS||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050226||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||FORSMAN, Mats|
Method and apparatus for providing access to local service devices. A communication network node enables a wireless communication device to communicate with a local service device, such as a printer or a projector, of a Local Area Network (LAN) or Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN). The communication network node is connected both to a communication network and to the LAN or WLAN. The method comprises identifying 200 a multicast Domain Name System (mDNS) request, wherein the m DNS request being received from the wireless communication device, and assigning 202 a LinkLocal (LL) -address for the wireless communication device. The method comprises also retrieving (204) a local IP-address of an Authentication and Authorisation Service (AA-S) having authorisation information regarding a local service device, and authenticating (206) with the AA-S which type of services that the wireless communication device is authorised to use. Moreover, the method comprises, retrieving (208) a local IP-address of the local service device, and conveying (210) service data between the wireless communication device and the local service device, by applying the LL-address of the local service device.
WO/2015/126292 METHODS, APPARATUSES, AND COMPUTER PROGRAM PRODUCTS FOR DEPLOYING AND MANAGING SOFTWARE CONTAINERS||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050211||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||KRISTIANSSON, Johan|
A method, system, and computer program product is provided for deploying software containers by a container engine manager, CEM. The CEM instantiates a first container engine and instantiates a second container engine. The CEM determines that a first software container utilizing a first port number should be deployed. In response to determining that the first software container should be deployed, the CEM selects a container engine from a set of available container engines. The set of container engines comprises the first container engine and the second container engine. The CEM then causes the selected container engine to instantiate the first software container. The CEM associates the first port number with an IP address of the selected container engine. Publ.
WO/2015/126294 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CGW SELECTION||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050214||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||SACHS, Joachim|
The invention relates to a method of selecting a capillary gateway node (11) via which a Machine Type Communication (MTC) device(10) is to be connected to a radio access network, an MTC device performing the method and a network node performing the method. The invention further relates to computer programs performing the methods according to the present invention, and computer program products comprising computer readable medium having the computer programs embodied therein. The network node (11) configured to select a capillary network gateway node for connecting an MTC device (10) to a radio access network comprises a processing unit(15) and a memory(16) containing instructions executable by the processing unit. The network node is there by operative to obtain an indication of availability of credentials of a plurality of capillary network gateway nodes being capable of connecting the MTC device to the radio access network, and to select one of the plurality of capillary network gateway nodes via which the MTC device is to be connected to the radio access network based at least in part on the availability of credentials of the plurality of capillary network gateway nodes.
WO/2015/126288 PRACH SELECTION IN COMBINED RADIO CELL DEPLOYMENTS||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050201||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||RAMOS, Edgar|
This disclosure relates to PRACH configuration selection in combined radio cell deployments. According to one example embodiment, a network node establishes (220) a plurality of different PRACH configurations. Each PRACH configuration is generally mapped to a respective radio unit of the several radio units of the combined radio cell. Also, the network node determines (230) a location of at least one wireless communication device. In dependence of the determined location of the at least one wireless communication device, the network node further selects (240) a set of PRACH configurations that is available for the at least one wireless communication device. Moreover, the network node transmits (250) a radio signal comprising information about the set of PRACH configurations that is available for the at least one wireless communication device.