WO/2015/108455 ADAPTATION OF DRX CONFIGURATIONS FOR CAPILLARY NETWORKS||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050048||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||RUNE, Johan|
The present disclosure concerns radio communication. The disclosure suggests acquiring (310) information related to a DRX configuration that is preferred by a Capillary Network Gateway (CGW) for a capillary network and selecting (320) a DRX configuration, based on the acquired information, to be applied by a Radio Access Network (RAN) node to substantially match said preferred DRX configuration. The selected DRX configuration can be signaled (330) to the gateway such that the gateway can adapt, or configure, its DRX configuration accordingly. Also, the selected DRX configuration is applied (340), or otherwise utilized, by the RAN node. This way, also the RAN node applies the DRX configuration that is preferred by the gateway for the capillary network. Hereby it is made possible to achieve a sufficient synchronization of the DRX configurations utilized by the gateway and the RAN node, respectively. Consequently, this may allow for a synchronization of the DRX configurations of the capillary network and a 3GPP network (e.g. LTE).
WO/2015/108456 TRACK DRIVE ADJUSTMENT FOR A GROUND SAWING MACHINE||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050051||HUSQVARNA AB||CARLSSON, Martin|
The present invention relates to a ground sawing machine comprising a frame supported by rear wheels (34a, 34b) and front wheels (36a, 36b) arranged for moving the ground sawing machine over a surface (38). At least one motor (40, 6) and a saw blade (2) are mounted to the frame, at least one motor (40) being arranged to propel the saw blade (2) to cut against the surface (38). The pointing direction (80) relative the surface (38) of the rear wheels (34a, 34b) and/or the front wheels (36a, 36b) is adjustable by means of an electrically controlled actuator (56) which is controlled by means of control means (70, 71, 72) arranged to provide at least three different control signals, one for left turn, one for right turn and one for center. The control signal for left turn and right turn are arranged for adjusting the pointing direction (80) of the adjustable wheels (34a, 34b) correspondingly, and the control signal for center is arranged for adjusting the pointing direction (80) of the adjustable wheels (34a, 34b) to a predetermined value.
WO/2015/108452 METHODS AND NODES SUPPORTING LAWFUL INTERCEPT||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050037||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||WESTBERG, Lars|
The following invention relates to methods and nodes for performing Lawful Intercept, LI, when service related content is stored in a Radio Access Network, RAN or a wireless User Equipment, UE, where conventional LI techniques are not applicable or operable when a user is activating and using a service application which content is distributed to a RAN 160 or the UE 170. The described and provided solution is an uplink LI notification functionality comprising a main content functionality in a first node 130 co-operating through signalling with a distributed content functionality of a node of a RAN and/or UE. The main content functionality is implemented as a main content functionality means 132 in the first node. The distributed content functionality means is implemented as distributed content functionality means 162, 172 in the RAN or the UE.
WO/2015/108453 SYSTEM, METHODS AND APPARATUSES FOR PROVIDING NETWORK ACCESS SECURITY CONTROL||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050041||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||PANTUS, Alexander|
A method in a system for providing information about an association between an IP address of a UE (1110) and an ICCID of a SIM card used in the UE in a first security domain to an entity in a second security domain is provided. The system comprises a MME (1120), an HSS(1130) and a PDN-GW (1140). The method comprises the MME retrieving (110) at least the ICCID and optionally an IP address for the UE from the HSS, and sending (120) the ICCID and optionally the IP address towards the PDN-GW. The method comprises the HSS receiving (111) a request from the MME, and sending (112) the ICCID and optionally the IP address to the MME. Still further, the method comprises the PDN-GW receiving (130) the ICCID and optionally the IP address, if no IP address is received then the PDN-GW assigning (140) an IP address, associating (150) the IP address with the ICCID and informing (160) the entity in the second security domain about the association between the IP address and ICCID in the first security domain.
WO/2015/108458 METHOD NODES AND COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR ENABLING OF DATA TRAFFIC SEPARATION||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050059||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||HELLKVIST, Stefan|
A method, unit and computer program performed by a packet separation unit (110) in a communications network for enabling of data traffic separation comprising: obtaining (S100) a traffic rule set from a rule manager (140), determining (S110) a complementary rule related to the traffic rule set,arranging (S120) the rules in an hierarchical order such that a received data packet will be evaluated with the rule with the most likeliness to comply with a received data packet, receiving the data packet, directing the data packet to a local shared environment (130).
WO/2015/108454 A ROBOTIC WORK TOOL SYSTEM AND A CHARGING CONNECTOR ARRANGEMENT FOR A ROBOTIC WORK TOOL SYSTEM.||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050044||HUSQVARNA AB||SVENSSON, Mats|
A robotic work tool system, comprising a charging station and a robotic work tool, said robotic work tool comprising two charging connectors arranged on an upper side of the robotic work tool and said charging station comprising two charging connectors and a supporting structure arranged to carry said charging connectors and to extend over and above said robotic work tool as the robotic work tool enters the charging station for establishing electrical contact between the charging connectors of the robotic work tool and the charging connectors of the charging station from above, wherein said supporting structure is arranged to allow the robotic work tool exit the charging station by driving through the charging station without reversing.
WO/2015/108459 INTERNETWORKING BETWEEN RADIO RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND SPECTRUM CONTROLLER||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050061||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||TERCERO VARGAS, Miurel Isabel|
Methods, apparatuses, and computer program products for communicating channel assessment, channel information, and routing information between a spectrum controller (210) and radio resource manager (220). A spectrum controller obtains channel information and classifies a number of radio channels of a network as available, partially available, or unavailable. The availability information is sent to a radio resource manager, which can use the information to determine a routing solution. The radio resource manager can request that the spectrum controller perform an access negotiation for a partially available channel. Based on the result of the negotiation, the radio resource manager may re-route information in the network.
WO/2015/108460 ROUTING BASED ON QUALITY METRICS||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050062||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||AXNÄS, Johan|
Methods, apparatuses, and computer program products provide for routing information between nodes of a radio network. A quality metric is received at a network node that indicates a quality of at least one channel of a plurality of channels in the network. A virtual network is generated that includes one or more routes between a source node and a destination node. A modified virtual network is generated based at least in part on the quality metric and the virtual network, and is then used to determine an optimized route between the source node and destination node. The determination includes a joint selection of one or more of a plurality of network nodes and the plurality of the channels.
WO/2015/108462 METHODS AND NODES FOR INFORMATION TRANSFER IN WLAN||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/051018||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||MESTANOV, Filip|
A method and a wireless access node (120) for enabling management of cellular connectivity of a wireless device (110) as well as a method and a wireless device (110) for providing information about availability of cellular connectivity towards a radio network node (130) are disclosed. The wireless device (110) has Wi-Fi radio for access to the wireless access node (120) and cellular radio for access to the radio network node (130). The wireless device (110) sends (203), to the wireless access node (120), a second message, which indicates to the wireless access node (120) availability of the cellular connectivity. The wireless access node (120) manages (205) the cellular connectivity based on the second message.
WO/2015/108463 COGNITIVE SIGNAL CONVERTER||WO||23.07.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/051445||ANACATUM DESIGN AB||SUNDBLAD, Rolf|
A cognitive signal converter connectable to an analog signal source via an analog signal input port and adapted to produce a digital output signal based on an analog input signal received via the analog signal input port is disclosed. The cognitive signal converter comprises an analog-to-digital converter and a cognitive network. The analog-to-digital converter is adapted to produce a digital converted signal based on the analog input signal, a sample clock signal and a process clock signal by sampling the analog input signal in accordance with the sample clock signal and quantizing each analog input signal sample, wherein the quantizing process is operated by the process clock signal. The cognitive network is adapted to receive the digital converted signal of the analog-to-digital converter, control at least one of the sample clock signal and the process clock signal based on the received digital converted signal and one or more characteristics of the analog signal source, and produce the digital output signal based on the received digital converted signal. Corresponding integrated circuit, electronic device and method are also disclosed.