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1. WO/2016/080880 METHOD AND ARRANGEMENT FOR RETRIEVING GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONWO26.05.2016
H04W 4/02
PCT/SE2014/051393TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL) THYNI, Tomas
Method and OTT (Over The Top) service providing node for retrieval of geographic location information of a communication device. The communication device is communicatively connected to the OTT service providing node via a communication network. A request for an OTT service is received 400 from the communication device, and an identifier of the communication device is determined 402. Further, an operator of the communication device is determined 404, by utilising the determined identifier of the communication device; and an identifier of an OLS (Operator Location Service) node of the operator is determined 406. A location request is sent 408 to the OLS node for requesting geographic location information of the communication device, the location request comprising the identifier of the communication device, the identifier of the communication device to be utilised by the OLS node for retrieving the requested geographic location information from a location server, and the retrieved geographic location information to be sent by the OLS node to the OTT service providing node. The sent geographic location information is received 410. By arranging OLS nodes and storing appropriate identifiers of the OLS nodes in DNSs, an OTT service providing node may retrieve accurate geographic location information of host from appropriate location servers.

2. WO/2016/080878 METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR VERIFYING SYSTEM INFORMATIONWO26.05.2016
H04W 48/16
PCT/SE2014/051390TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL) HESSLER, Martin
The present invention relates to a method performed by a wireless device. The wireless device is configured with information associated with at least one of the wireless device and one or more wireless communication networks to which the wireless device is connectable. The method comprises determining (310) a device hash code based on the configured information in the wireless device. The method also comprises determining (320) whether the configured information in the wireless device needs to be updated based on the device hash code and an exchange of information with a network node of a wireless communication network. The present invention also relates to a corresponding method performed by the network node, as well as the wireless device and the network node.

3. WO/2016/080874 A FLUID ACTUATOR ARRANGEMENTWO26.05.2016
F15B 15/14
PCT/SE2014/051377SAAB AB LANDBERG, Magnus
The present invention regards an elongated fluid actuator arrangement comprising a first and second cylinder housing (3, 5) extending in a longitudinal direction (X), respective housing (3, 5) encompasses a first respective a second piston body (7, 9). The respective piston body (7, 9) divides the respective cylinder housing (3, 5) in a first and second cylinder chamber (11, 13). The arrangement (1) is adapted for connection to a valve member means (15) of a fluid supply device (17). A piston rod member (19) extending through said respective first and second piston bodies (7, 9). The first piston device (7) comprises a piston rod engagement and disengagement means (29), which is adapted to engage or disengage the first piston device (7) to/from the piston rod member (19), wherein an engagement area (A2), defined by an engagement zone between the first piston body (7) and the piston rod member (19), is larger than a cross- sectional piston area (A1) of the first piston body (7).

4. WO/2016/080870 SWITCHED MODE POWER SUPPLY, BASE STATION, AND METHOD OF OPERATING A SWITCHED MODE POWER SUPPLYWO26.05.2016
H02M 3/335
PCT/SE2014/051362TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL) KARLSSON, Magnus
A switched mode power supply comprising a switched mode converter (12) and a controller (16) for controlling the switched mode converter, the switched mode converter being provided for converting an input voltage (Vin ) to an output voltage (Vout) and including, on a primary side, a primary winding (X1) and a controllable switch based circuitry (31) connecting the input voltage over the primary winding; and, on a secondary side, a secondary winding (X2) coupled to the primary winding, and a capacitive element (C) connected over the secondary winding, wherein the output voltage is obtained as the voltage over the capacitive element: The primary winding comprises a first winding portion (np1) and at least one further winding portion (np2); and the switch based circuitry comprises controllable switches (Q11, Q4, Q12, Q42,Q2, Q31) (i) capable of controlling the duty cycle of the switched mode converter and (ii) capable of switching between a first operation state wherein the input voltage is connected only over the first winding portion and at least a second operation state wherein the input voltage is connected over the first and the at least one further winding portions, thereby enabling switching between two different transformer ratios (n1, n2). The controller comprises a first control arrangement (51, 52) (i) connected to monitor the output voltage (Vout) of the switched mode converter and (ii) operatively connected to the controllable switches to control the controllable switches to switch to thereby control the duty cycle in response to the monitored output voltage and a reference voltage using PID feedback control; and a second control arrangement (16a) (i) connected to monitor the input voltage (Vin) of the switched mode converter and (ii) operatively connected to the controllable switches to control the controllable switches to switch between the first and the at least second operation states in response to the monitored input voltage.

5. WO/2016/080872 METHOD AND ARRANGEMENT FOR DOWNLINK COMP SCHEDULING AND INTERFERENCE MITIGATIONWO26.05.2016
H04B 7/02
PCT/SE2014/051366TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL) SUN, Ying
The present invention relates to an arrangement of a wireless communication network and to a method for coordinating scheduling of transmissions to wireless devices within a cluster of transmission points. The method is performed in the arrangement applying coordinated multipoint transmission in the cluster. The method comprises identifying (410) a transmission point in the cluster dominantly interfering transmissions to a wireless device from a serving transmission point in the cluster. The wireless device is capable of applying interference rejection combining. The identifying is based on CSI measurement reports received from the wireless device. The CSI measurement reports are associated with a CSI process configuration in the arrangement and in the wireless device. The method also comprises disregarding (420) the identified transmission point when coordinating scheduling of transmissions from transmissions points in the cluster for reducing interference at the wireless device.

6. WO/2016/080877 FIRST NETWORK NODE, SECOND NETWORK NODE AND METHODS FOR TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING A PROTOCOL DATA UNITWO26.05.2016
H04L 1/08
PCT/SE2014/051389TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL) FRÖBERG OLSSON, Jonas
A method performed by a first network node, for transmitting a RLC UM, PDU, to a second network node is provided. The first network node and second network node operate in a wireless communications network. When detected that the RLC UM PDU has failed to be transmitted over a first channel, the first network node decides (202) to redirect the RLC UM PDU to be transmitted over a second channel. The first network node divides (203) the RLC UM PDU into two or more re-segmented RLC UM PDUs. The first network node then transmits (204) the re-segmented RLC UM PDUsto the second network node 120 over the second channel. Each re-segmented RLC UM PDU comprises the following indications: (a) that the re-segmented RLC UM PDU is re-segmented, (b) an order indicator related to the re-segmented RLC UM PDU, and (c) whether or not the re-segmented RLC UM PDUis a last re-segmented RLC UM PDU out of the two or more re-segmented RLC UM PDUs.

7. WO/2016/080881 METHODS AND ARRANGEMENTS IN LOCATION SERVERSWO26.05.2016
H04W 4/02
PCT/SE2014/051394TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL) THYNI, Tomas
Methods in location servers. A second location server is arranged to obtain geographic location of a communication device which performs an OTT (Over The Top) service and is connected via a demarcation node of an organisation. An identifier of a first location server is received 500 together with information regarding which communication devices 208, 208m that the first location server 270 stores geographic location information for. A location request is received from an OLS (Operator Location Service node 202 for requesting the geographic location information of the communication device 208, 208m. The location request originates from the OTT service providing node 200 and comprises an identifier of the communication device 208, 208m. The first location server 270 is determined 504 by utilising the received identifier of the communication device 208, 208m and the received identifier of a first location server 270. The geographic location information of the communication device 208, 208m is obtained 506 from the determined first location server 270 by utilising the received identifier of the first location server 270. The retrieved geographic location information of the communication device 208, 208m is sent 508 to the OLS node 202, such that the OLS node 202 can forward the received geographic location information to the OTT service providing node 200. By implementing functionality in a second location server to receive an identifier of a first location server, and information of which communication devices that are connected to a demarcation node, the second location server is enabled to obtain the geographic location information of the communication devices and present to an OTT service providing node. Thereby the OTT service providing node may fast retrieve accurate geographic location information of communication devices from appropriate location servers.

8. WO/2016/080869 CORE DRILL WITH DETACHABLE END PORTIONWO26.05.2016
B28D 1/04
PCT/SE2014/000136ANDERSSON, Kjell ANDERSSON, Kjell
The invention relates to a core drill with an end portion (3) and a drill bit portion (1-2). The end portion and the drill bit portion are joinable in a watertight fashion with a sealing element (11). The sealing element (11) is provided in a space between the end portion and the drill bit portion, such that it is being compressed in a sealing fashion when the end portion and the drill bit portion are joined. The end portion and the drill bit portion are locked together with a joining element (8, 10) which achieves this locking effect when moves in the radial direction of the core drill. When the joining element moves in this direction, the end portion and the drill bit portion move towards each other. Thus the sealing element is being compressed while concurrently the end portion and the drill bit portion are joined together. This is further achieved without the joining element having to extend in the axial direction of the core drill. Typically, the joining element (8, 10) is constituted by a set screw.

9. WO/2016/080873 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR VIDEO PROCESSING BASED ON PHYSIOLOGICAL DATAWO26.05.2016
G11B 27/032
PCT/SE2014/051368TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL) LAWRENSON, Matthew John
In one aspect of the teachings presented herein, a video operation bearing on video data is controlled in response to determining interest levels of a human participant engaged in an activity represented in the video data. Video operation control in this manner relies on the processing of physiological data captured for the human participant while engaged in the activity represented in the video and infers the participant's interest levels from physiological data characteristics determined via the processing. Example operational controls include but are not limited to dynamically enabling and disabling video capture, dynamically controlling video capture parameters, and dynamically controlling one or more editing functions applied to captured video data.

10. WO/2016/080875 DETECTION OF NEIGHBOR CELL RELATION(S) BASED ON CONNECTION DROP EVENTS AND CONNECTION ESTABLISHMENT EVENTSWO26.05.2016
H04W 36/00
PCT/SE2014/051379TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL) HELLANDER, Bo
There is provided a method for detecting a neighbor cell relation between cells in a communication environment including at least one cellular communication network. The method comprises collecting (S1) information related to connection drop events, wherein the information, for each connection drop event, includes information about the identity of the wireless device involved in the connection drop and cell information about cell(s) to which the wireless device was connected at connection drop. The method also comprises collecting (S2) information related to connection establishment events, wherein the information, for each connection establishment event, includes information about the identity of the wireless device involved in the connection establishment and cell information about cell(s) to which the wireless device connected at connection establishment. Further, the method comprises correlating (S3) a connection drop event and a connection establishment event relating to the same wireless device based on the information about the identity of the wireless device in the collected information. The method also comprises identifying (S4), based on cell information related to the correlated events, neighbor cell relation(s) between at least one of the cell(s) to which the wireless device was connected at connection drop and at least one of the cell(s) to which the wireless device connected at connection establishment.


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