WO/2015/178809 A TRANSMITTER, A RECEIVER, AND METHODS THEREIN||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050614||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) ||LOPEZ, Miguel |
A transmitter 110 and a method therein for transmitting CPM signals to a receiver 120. The transmitter divides bits into first and second bit sequences; obtains third and fourth bit sequences by appending bits to the first and second bit sequences. First and second intermediate sequences are generated based on the third and fourth bit sequences. The transmitter time-reverses the first and second intermediate sequences. The time-reversed first sequence is mapped to a third intermediate sequence, and the time-reversed second sequence is mapped to a fourth intermediate sequence. The transmitter generates fifth and sixth bit sequences from the third and fourth intermediate sequences. First and second CPM signals corresponding to first and second CPM bursts are created, which first burst is based on the third and sixth bit sequences, and which second burst is based on the fourth and fifth bit sequences. CPM signals are transmitted through a respective antenna.
WO/2015/178813 A PACKAGE CONTAINING ROLLS OF ABSORBENT MATERIAL||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050637||SCA HYGIENE PRODUCTS AB ||GRENNFELT, Kristian |
A package containing at least two rolls (2,3) of absorbent material wrapped in flexible cover material(15), includes a handle (7) wherein a first end portion (8) of the handle (7) is attached to the flexible cover material (15) in an area where it is in contact with a portion of a cylindrical outer surface of a first roll (2), and a second end portion (9) of the handle (7) is attached to the flexible cover material (15) in an area where it is in contact with a portion of the cylindrical outer surface of a second roll (3), and the handle (7) extends in a first plane (11) in a direction which is transversal to the central axes of the rolls, wherein at least a portion of an intermediate portion (9) of the handle (7) bridges the distance (d1) between uppermost points (16, 17) of the cylindrical outer surfaces of adjacent rolls (2, 3), said uppermost points (16, 17) being located in the first plane (11), so that a space (18) is formed between the handle (7) and the flexible cover material (15) which is wrapped around the rolls, such that the handle (7) can be gripped by a hand within said space (18), without moving the handle away from said first plane (11).
WO/2015/178815 RESISTIVE HEATING CURING DEVICE FOR RESIN MATERIALS||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050639||SAAB AB ||JÄRNETEG, Anette |
The present invention relates to a curing device (2) adapted for curing a resin material (4) by adding heat to the resin material (4). The curing device (2) comprises; a resistive heating element (6),a first surface (8),a second surface (10),a first edge (12), and a second edge (14). The curing device (2) is flexible. The first surface (8) of the curing device (2) is adapted to be temporary attached to at least one first object (16) during said curing.
WO/2015/178812 METHOD IN A RADIO NETWORK NODE FOR REDUCING UPLINK OVERHEAD BY AGGREGATING TCP SEGMENTS||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050634||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) ||YADHAV, Vinay |
The proposed technology relates to methods and radio network nodes for reducing uplink overhead related to Transmission Control Protocol, TCP, acknowledgements in a wireless communication network. For example, a method performed by a radio network node (10) comprises the step (S10) of receiving TCP segments from a TCP sender (1). The method further comprises the step (S20) of combining at least a part of the received TCP segments into an aggregated TCP segment, and the step (S30) of transmitting the aggregated TCP segment to a TCP receiver (2).
WO/2015/178814 A USER EQUIPMENT, A NETWORK NODE, A FIRST AND A SECOND CORE NETWORK NODE, AND METHODS THEREIN FOR ENABLING RADIO ADMISSION CONTROL (RAC) OF DEVICE-TO-DEVICE (D2D) SERVICES||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050638||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) ||FODOR, Gabor |
Embodiments herein relate to apparatuses and methods therein for enabling Radio Admission Control (RAC)of at least one Device-to-Device, D2D, service for a D2D communication between a first user equipment (UE) (121) and a second UE (122) in a radio communications network (100). The first UE (121) is configured to transmit a D2D service request. Then, the first UE (121) is configured to receive a RAC grant message or a RAC reject message in response to the transmitted D2D service request. Embodiments herein also relate to a Radio Access Node (RAN) (110), a method therein, and to Core Network (CN) nodes (131, 132) and methods therein.
WO/2015/178816 RADIO DEVICES AND METHODS FOR PERFORMING COMMUNICATION VIA LICENSED AND UNLICENSED SPECTRUM||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050640||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) ||HIERTZ, Guido |
A first and a second radio communication device and a respective method performed thereby for communicating between the first and the second radio communication device are provided. The method in the first radio communication device comprises transmitting, on an unlicensed frequency band, to at least the second radio communication device, an indication of a duration of a guard period, wherein an upcoming data transmission is to be performed to the second radio communication device after the expiration of the guard period. The method further comprises during the guard period, sending and/or receiving information to/from at least one other radio communication device, the other communication device being the second radio communication device or a third communication device.
WO/2015/178810 MANAGING EFFECTS OF A SCHEDULED OUTAGE OF MAINS POWER||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050624||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) ||AKHOURI, Sandeep |
A method, in a node of a communication network, for managing effects of a scheduled outage of mains power is disclosed. The method comprises receiving a notification of a scheduled outage of mains power(A), the notification comprising a location to be affected by the scheduled outage and a time period during which the scheduled outage is scheduled. The method further comprises identifying mains powered devices registered on the communication network and situated in the notified location (B), discovering an entity affected by an outage of at least one of the identified devices(D), and informing the discovered entity that the identified devices are scheduled to be without power during the notified time period(F). Also disclosed area computer program product for carrying out the above method and a communication network node (100, 200) configured to carry out the above method.
WO/2015/178807 UNMANNED SURFACE VEHICLE||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/000066||SAAB AB ||RYDELL, Anders |
The invention relates to a surface vehicle 1 comprising a keel-mast arrangement 10 where at least one keel 14 is arranged to at least one mast 13 to form the keel-mast arrangement 10 and that the keel-mast arrangement 10 is movabiy arranged to a multihull structure 20 where the keel-mast arrangement 10 is arranged with a rotating joint 15 to the multihull structure 20, where the multi hull structure have at least one opening 25, 25' for the keel- mast arrangement 10 to pass through, so that the multihull structure 20 and the keel-mast arrangement 10 are freely rotatable around an axis formed by a bow-stern axis A. The invention further relates to a method to provide a capsize safe surface vehicle comprising a multihull structure 20 and a keel-mast arrangement 10 where at least one keel 14 is arranged to at least one mast 13 to form the keel-mast arrangement 10 where the keel-mast arrangement 10 is rotatable arranged to the multihull structure 20 so that the multihull structure 20 could freely rotate around the bow-stern axis A to keep the mast 13 substantially above the surface and the keel 14 substantially below the surface when the surface vehicle is in use.
WO/2015/178811 METHOD AND NETWORK DEVICE FOR IDENTIFYING A USER BEHAVIOUR PATTERN IN A CELLULAR SYSTEM||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050629||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) ||CÖSTER, Rickard |
It is presented a method for identifying a user behaviour pattern in a cellular system (4). The method is performed by a network device (20) of the cellular system and comprises the step of collecting (40) data of services a user of the cellular system has used and at what time. The method further comprises the steps of dividing (42) the collected data of services into time intervals; defining (42) at least one value vector for each time interval of the time intervals, by association rule mining the collected data of services;and comparing (43) the value vector of each of the time intervals with the value vectors of an adjacent time interval and grouping adjacent time intervals having a minimum distance between value vectors thereof. The method also comprises the steps of: combining (44) the value vectors of each time interval of grouped adjacent time intervals, thereby defining a value vector for each time interval of a reduced number of time intervals;comparing (45) the value vector of each time interval of the reduced number of time intervals with the value vectors of an adjacent time interval and grouping adjacent time intervals having a minimum distance between value vectors thereof; and repeating (46) the steps of combining and comparing the value vector of each time interval of the reduced time intervals, until a value vector is combined into a single time interval. A corresponding network device, computer program and computer program product are also presented.
WO/2015/178808 A TRANSMITTER, A RECEIVER, AND METHODS THEREIN||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2014/050613||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) ||LOPEZ, Miguel |
A method in a transmitter 110 for transmitting CPM signals to a receiver 120. The transmitter divides bits into first and second sequences; duplicates the sequences into third and fourth sequences. The first and second sequences are mapped into a first layer, and the third fourth sequences are mapped into a second layer. The transmitter time reverses one of the first and second sequences, and one of the third and fourth sequences; and maps1 to 0 and 0 to 1 in one of the time reversed sequence in each layer. The transmitter formats the first and second sequences into a first burst, and the third and fourth sequences into a second burst; and applies differential encoding to the bursts when a modulation index value is a non-integer. The first and second bursts are continuous phase modulated and transmitted as first and second CPM signals through a respective antenna.