WO/2015/057120 METHOD AND NETWORK ENTITY FOR LOAD CONTRIBUTION DISTRIBUTION IN A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2013/051220||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||AXÉN, Rasmus|
The present disclosure presents a method and a network entity for load contribution distribution in a wireless communication system supporting component carrier communication. The network entity serves a first cell of a wireless communication system. The method comprises receiving (61) information on one or more secondary cell usages of the first cell, wherein a secondary cell usage represents a secondary component carrier load of a wireless device connected to a primary cell of one or more further cells which are different from the first cell. The information on primary cell usage and the one or more secondary cell usage for the first cell is compiled (62) in the network entity. The method further comprises identifying (63) the respective primary cell for each secondary cell usage. Finally it comprises sending (64) secondary cell usage information to a respective network entity serving the identified respective primary cell for each secondary cell usage.
WO/2015/057114 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR SINGLE-ENDED LINE TESTING||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2013/051201||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||BERG, Miguel|
The present disclosure relates to a method, a node, a system and a computer program for Input Impedance measurements in the form of return loss measurements, such as single-ended line testing. The disclosure also relates to a communication system having a near-end terminal and at least one far-end terminal. The near-end terminal is capable of communicating Instructions to the far-end terminal in order for the near-end terminal to perform echo impulse response measurements on subsequent states of impedance for comparing, analyzing and for enabling improved localization of faults.
WO/2015/057117 CHAINSAW WITH REMOVABLE CLUTCH COVER||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2013/051214||HUSQVARNA AB||UNKEL, Daniel|
A chainsaw (100) including a tool body (202), a power unit housed within the tool body (202) and configured to operate at least in part in response to actuation of a trigger (136), a working assembly (122) powered responsive to operation of the power unit via a clutch, a clutch cover (220) that is removable from the tool body (202) to enable access to the clutch, and a brake assembly configured to slow the working assembly (122) responsive to release of the trigger (136). The brake assembly includes a first brake member (200) arranged in the tool body (202), and a second brake member (210) arranged in the clutch cover (220). The second brake member (210) is biased toward engagement with the first brake member (200) to slow the working assembly (122) when the trigger (136) is not actuated. The second brake member (210) is operably coupled to the trigger (136) via a first force transmitting member (160) disposed in the tool body (202) and a second force transmitting member (240) disposed in the clutch cover (220). The first and second force transmitting members (260, 240) are operably coupled to each other via a cover release operator (250) such that the cover release operator (250) includes a cover detachment position in which the first and second force transmitting members (260, 240) are enabled to be uncoupled for removal of the clutch cover (220) from the tool body (202).
WO/2015/057119 ALARM PREDICTION IN A TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2013/051218||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||PREMKUMAR, Karthikeyan|
The present disclosure relates to a method performed by a network node (7) configured for making automatic predictions in a telecommunication network (1). The method comprises obtaining a first value of a first KPI for a first network entity, NE, (2; 3) in the telecommunication network. The method also comprises obtaining a second value of a second KPI for a communication route (5; 6) between said first NE and a second NE (3; 4). The method also comprises predicting, automatically and based on the obtained first and second values, that an alarm will be triggered at the second NE.
WO/2015/057116 ESTABLISHING A SECURE CONNECTION BETWEEN A MASTER DEVICE AND A SLAVE DEVICE||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2013/051205||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||SETHI, Mohit|
A method (200) of establishing a secure connection (213) between a master device (101) and a slave device (102), sharing at least a first communication channel, is provided. The method comprises transmitting (201) an identifier IDM of the master device over the first communication channel, generating (202) a proof-of- possession Xs of a key Ks, using Ks, IDM, and a first identifier I DSi of the slave device, generating (202) a key MKS using IDM, I DSi, and Ks, storing (204) MKS, and transmitting (203) I DSi and Xs to the master device. The method further comprises transmitting (205) IDSi, Xs, and IDM, to a bootstrapping server, acquiring (206) Ks using IDSi, and generating (207) a proof-of-possession XB of Ks using Ks, IDM, and IDsi. The method further comprises, if XB and Xs are identical (208), generating (210) a key MKB using IDM, I DSi, and Ks, and transmitting (211) MKB to the master device where it is stored (212). Optionally, I DSi and Xs may be transmitted (203) to the master device over a second, preferably location-limited, communication channel, such as audio or video.
WO/2015/057115 PLATE FOR HEAT EXCHANGER AND HEAT EXCHANGER||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2013/051202||AIREC AB||MASGRAU, Marcello|
A plate (1) for a heat exchanger for heat exchange between a first and a second medium is configured with inlet and outlet portholes (2a and 2b) for the first medium and inlet and outlet portholes (3a and 3b) for the second medium and with a first heat transferring surface (A) for the first medium and a second heat transferring surface (B) for the second medium. The first heat transferring surface (A) is configured with at least one barrier (5) which forms part of a guide for the flow of the first medium when said first medium passes between the portholes (2a, 2b) therefor, and the plate (1) is configured with the portholes (2a, 2b and 3a, 3b) for the first and second medium respectively, and with the barrier located so relative to each other on the first heat transferring surface that they permit formation of a U-shaped or sinusoidal through-flow duct for the first medium which will permit passage of the flow thereof around the inlet porthole (3a) or both portholes (3a, 3b) for the second medium during passage of said first medium between the portholes therefor. A heat exchanger comprises a stack of the above-mentioned plates. An air cooler comprises the above-mentioned heat exchanger.
WO/2015/057123 POWER AMPLIFIER FOR AMPLIFICATION OF AN INPUT SIGNAL INTO AN OUTPUT SIGNAL||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050544||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||HELLBERG, Richard|
A power amplifier (100) comprising a first, a second and a third sub-amplifier (111, 112, 113) for amplification of an input signal into an output signal. The sub- amplifiers (111, 112, 113) are connected to an output network (130) for providing the output signal at an output port (140) of the output network (140). The output network (130) comprises a first, a second and a third transmission line (131, 132, 133) connected to the first sub-amplifier (111), the second sub-amplifier (112), and the third sub-amplifier (113), respectively. The first and second sub-amplifiers (111, 112) are operable in a first mode. The second and third sub-amplifiers (112, 113) are operable in a second mode. The first and third sub-amplifiers (111, 113) are operable in a third mode. Each of the first, second and third modes comprises a respective out-phasing mode in a respective part of an amplitude range of the power amplifier (100).
WO/2015/057124 PICTURE ORDER COUNT ALIGNMENT IN SCALBLE VIDEO||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050783||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||SJÖBERG, Rickard|
A POC recalculation value is retrieved by a decoder (100, 200, 300, 400) from an encoded representation of a RAP picture (12) in a base layer (10) of a video stream (1) comprising pictures (12, 4, 16, 22, 24, 26) in multiple layers (10, 20). POC values of reference pictures (24) in a DPB (110, 430) of the decoder (100, 200, 300, 400) are recalculated using the POC recalculation value. By signaling the POC recalculation value in the RAP picture (12), which enables the decoder (100, 200, 300, 400) to correctly handle video streams (1) with non-aligned RAP pictures (12).
WO/2015/057134 MANAGING OF PAGING OF A WIRELESS DEVICE IN A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORK||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/051193||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||BETTER, David|
Managing of paging of a wireless device (120). A first network node of a wireless communication network (100) determines (203; 301) a code rate and/or transmit power for a present paging message based on a location in a sequence of paging messages. The location is associated with the present paging message. The first network node transmits (204; 302) the present paging message targeted for receipt by the wireless device (120). The present paging message commands the wireless device (120) to connect, or at least initiate connection, to the wireless communication network (100). The present paging message is being coded based on the determined code rate and/or being transmitted based on the determined transmit power.
WO/2015/057139 MITIGATION OF 2-MCPD, 3-MCPD, ESTERS THEROF AND GLYCIDYL ESTERS IN VEGETABLE OIL||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/051206||AAK AB||MELLERUP, Jens|
The present invention relates to a process for the mitigation of 2-MCPD, 3-MCPD, esters thereof and glycidyl esters in vegetable oil comprising the steps of a) subjecting the vegetable oil to one or more refining steps and b) subjecting the refined vegetable oil from step a) to a vacuum distillation at about 200 - 280 °C and at a pressure of about 0.001 –3.0 mbar.