WO/2017/030476 A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR MOVING AN IMPLEMENT OF A WORKING MACHINE||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2015/050881||VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AB||STENER, Patrik|
The invention provides a hydraulic system for moving an implement (5) of a working machine, - the hydraulic system comprising a hydraulic cylinder (701, 721) with a cylinder and a piston which is adapted to move in the cylinder to thereby move the implement (5) relative to a body structure (2) of the working machine, and an actuator pump (702, 722) arranged to provide hydraulic fluid to the hydraulic cylinder (701, 721), the hydraulic cylinder (701, 721) having a first port (703, 723) and a second port (704, 724) adapted to be in fluid communication with the actuator pump (702, 722), - the hydraulic cylinder (701, 721) and the actuator pump (702, 722) being arranged so that the hydraulic cylinder (701, 721) is directly controlled by the actuator pump (702, 722) so that the rate of movement of the piston of the hydraulic cylinder is purely pump controlled, - the hydraulic system further comprising a hydraulic accumulator (731) for suspension of the implement (5), which hydraulic accumulator (731) is arranged to be selectively connectable to the first port, - the hydraulic system further comprising a further pump (801) in addition to the actuator pump (702), the hydraulic accumulator (731) being arranged to be pressurised by the further pump (801).
WO/2017/030474 METHODS AND DEVICES FOR DETERMINING TERMINATION CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE LINE||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2015/050875||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||FERTNER, Antoni|
The present disclosure relates to methods and devices for communication systems comprising an electrically conductive line. The disclosure proposes a method in a line estimation device for determining termination characteristics of an electrically conductive line in a communication system. The method comprises outputting (S100) a test signal to the line, wherein the test signal is a wideband test signal with a bandwidth arranged to provide an adequate measurement time-resolution. The method further comprises receiving (S200) reflections from impedance discontinuities of the line in response to the test signal. The method also comprises forming (S300) a trace of the reflections. The method additionally comprises identifying (S400) at least one anomaly in the trace of reflections. The method yet further comprises determining (S500) termination characteristics of the line based on characteristics of the trace before and after the identified at least one anomaly. The disclosure also relates to corresponding line estimation devices and computer programs.
WO/2017/030477 METHODS INCLUDING COMMUNICATION OF WIRELESS ACCESS POINT IDENTIFICATIONS AND RELATED NODES||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2016/050513||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||MASINI, Gino Luca|
A method is provided to operate a termination node connected to a plurality of wireless access points. Said method includes providing (1501) a list of wireless access point identifications, and each of the wireless access point identifications corresponds to a respective one of the plurality of wireless access points connected to the termination node. An interface setup request is received (1505) at the termination node from a communication node of a wireless communication network, and responsive to receiving the interface setup request from the communication node of the wireless communication network, a subset of the wireless access point identifications from the list is transmitted (1511) to the communication node. A related method of operating a communication node is also discussed, as are a related termination node and a communication node.
WO/2017/030478 ACTIVATION OF CELLS||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2016/050562||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||KAZMI, Muhammad|
The disclosure relates to a method performed in a wireless device served by a network node of a radio communications system. The wireless device is capable of carrier aggregation and is configured by the network node with a primary cell, PCell, and a first secondary cell, SCell. The method comprises receiving (910) an activation command for activating the first SCell. The method also comprises performing (920) a first activation procedure for activating the first SCell in response to the activation command, over a variable time period increasing with a number of times that a discovery reference signal occasion of the first SCell is not available at the wireless device during the first activation procedure. The disclosure also relates to the corresponding method in the network node as well as the wireless device and the network node.
WO/2017/030479 FIRST COMMUNICATION DEVICE AND METHODS THEREIN, FOR SENDING ONE OR MORE CONTROL SIGNALS TO A SECOND COMMUNICATION DEVICE||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2016/050612||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||MUKHERJEE, Amitav|
A method performed by a first communication device (101) for sending one or more control signals to a second communication device (102). The first communication device (101) and the second communication device (102) operate in a wireless communications network (100). The first communication device (101) determines (901), during a first period, that a transmission medium is available for sending the one or more control signals to the second communication device (102). The first communication device (101) then sends (902), to the second communication device (102), the one or more control signals along with a discovery signal, via the transmission medium. The discovery signal and the one or more control signals are sent without data after the first period. The first period is shorter than a second period for determining that the transmission medium is available for sending the data.
WO/2017/030481 FIRST COMMUNICATION DEVICE, SECOND COMMUNICATION DEVICE AND METHODS THEREIN, FOR ADAPTING A RADIO PROCEDURE||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2016/050711||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||KAZMI, Muhammad|
Method performed by a first communication device (101) for adapting a procedure in a wireless device (120). The first communication device (101) adapts (605) the procedure in the wireless device (120) operating on a first cell (131) on a first carrier frequency (141). The procedure is to perform one radio operation on at least one cell (134) operating on the first carrier. The adapting (605) is based on one or more conditions related to an interruption of transmission of packets between the wireless device (120) and a second cell (132). The second cell (132) is a serving cell operating on a second carrier frequency (142), wherein a) the first carrier belongs to a licensed band, and the second to an unlicensed band, or b) the first carrier belongs to an unlicensed band, and the second to a licensed band. The interruption is caused by performing the radio operation.
WO/2017/030487 TRAFFIC MONITORING AND REPORTING IN DIVERSE CONNECTION SCENARIOS||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2016/050753||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||CENTONZA, Angelo|
In one aspect, a first network access node performs dual connectivity based traffic aggregation in coordination with a second network access node to bear a first portion of traffic for a wireless terminal on one or more first carriers between the first network access node and the wireless terminal. The second network access node bears a second portion of the traffic for the wireless terminal on a second carrier between the second network access node and the wireless terminal. A quantity of the first portion of the traffic communicated over the first carriers and a quantity of the second portion of the traffic communicated over the second carriers are determined. Traffic information is generated based on the quantities of the first and second portions of the traffic, and that traffic information is reported to a network control node.
WO/2017/030489 METHODS FOR DETERMINING A HARQ-ACK CODEBOOK SIZE FOR A USER EQUIPMENT AND BASE STATION||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2016/050755||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||SONG, Xinghua|
An embodiment herein disclose a method performed by a Base Station, BS (12). The BS (12) determines a Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request-Acknowledgement, HARQ-ACK, codebook size for a User Equipment, UE, (10) based on data to be transmitted in a data transmission to the UE (10). The HARQ-ACK codebook size indicates the number of HARQ-ACK bits that the UE (10) encodes for transmitting Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request, HARQ, feedback for the data transmission to the BS (12). The BS (12) further transmits an indication of the HARQ-ACK codebook size in a Downlink Assignment Index, DAI, field of a Downlink, DL, assignment to the UE (10).
WO/2017/030485 RANDOM ACCESS PROCEDURE FOR MTC OPERATION||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2016/050750||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||BLANKENSHIP, Yufei|
The present disclosure relates to methods for random access message repetition, as well as to a wireless device, and a network node executing these methods. When performed by a wireless device in a wireless network, the method comprises selecting (S11) a Random Access Channel, RACH, resource associated with a RACH configuration for random access message repetition with a pre-determined number of repetitions for a single random access attempt; and transmitting (S14), for the single random access attempt, a random access message with the pre-determined number of repetitions using the selected RACH resource.
WO/2017/030493 METHOD, CONTROL UNIT AND SYSTEM FOR AVOIDING COLLISION WITH VULNERABLE ROAD USERS||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/SE2016/050761||SCANIA CV AB||ANDERSSON, Jonny|
Method (600) and control unit (310), for avoiding a potential collision between the vehicle (100) and a Vulnerable Road User, VRU (200). The method (600) comprises: predicting (601) a future path (t1, t2, t3) of the vehicle (100); detecting (602) the VRU (200) and the position of the VRU (200); determining (603) velocity of the detected (602) VRU (200); predicting (604) a future position (210) of the detected (602) VRU (200), based on the VRU position upon detection (602) and the determined (603) VRU velocity; and performing (607) an action for avoiding a collision, when the predicted (604) future position (210) of the VRU (200) is overlapping (220) the predicted (601) future path (t1, t2, t3) of the vehicle (100).