# Fredrik Lindqvist, Jarfalla SE

## Fredrik Lindqvist, Jarfalla SE

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20110222611 | METHOD AND A SYSTEM FOR MANAGEMENT OF TRANSMISSION RESOURCES IN DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - The present invention relates to a method for managing transmission resources in a digital communication system comprising an access network, such as a DSL system, implementing resource management for minimization of cross-talk interference in a cable or cable binder of the access network comprising a number, N of lines. It comprises the steps of: determining, by means of calculating means, for a respective of said lines, a relevant line set, comprising interference relevant lines, for said respective line, and applying, for the respective line, an algorithm for resource management using the determined relevant line set, thus reducing computational complexity of the resource management algorithm. | 09-15-2011 |

20120215503 | ARRANGEMENT AND METHOD RELATING TO ANALYSIS OF TRANSMISSION LINES - Embodiments of the present invention relate to an arrangement for analyzing transmission line properties. Measurement data providing means provide data of a first frequency dependent line property, line property calculation arrangement with model handling means, a Hubert transform handler and line property determination means calculate said first property based on model parameters, line resistance at 0 frequency, roc r cut-off frequency, v, line capacitance C∞r and line inductance Σ̂. The line model handling means calculates the line inductance L(J) via a Hubert transform of Q(f/v)r relating line resistance R(J) to roc such as formula (I). The Hilbert transform values are calculated using a parameterized closed form expression for the Hubert transform or they are tabulated. The line property determination means calculates the first property and criteria function application means uses the measured first property and the calculated first property for model parameters to find optimized numerical model parameter values. | 08-23-2012 |

20120243502 | Method and Arrangement for Improved Interference Rejection Combining - In a method of interference rejection combining (IRC) for mitigating interference in received signals in the frequency domain for a telecommunication system, selecting (S | 09-27-2012 |

20130158922 | ESTIMATION OF A QUANTITY RELATED TO IMPEDANCE - Method, arrangement and network node/device for estimating a quantity related to impedance in a first frequency interval, D | 06-20-2013 |

20130163729 | CALIBRATION OF A LINE DRIVING DEVICE - Method, arrangement and devices for calibration of a line driving device, such as a DSLAM, having a line port. The method comprises deriving of a first parameter vector, PVinf, for example Hinf. The parameter vector PVinf is derived by performing, at a first site, an echo measurement on the line driving device while the line port on said line driving device is open. The method further comprises calibrating the line driving device based on the first parameter vector PVinf and a second parameter vector PVref, which second parameter vector is based on information on echo measurements performed on at least one reference line driving device. | 06-27-2013 |

20130259098 | Signaling of Sequence Generator Initialization Parameters for Uplink Reference Signal Generation - A base station initializes pseudo-random sequence generators on which wireless devices base generation of uplink reference signals. The base station determines a first sequence from a first subset of possible initialization sequences for a sequence generator of a first device, and determines a second sequence from a second subset of possible initialization sequences for a sequence generator of a second device. The range of this second subset spans at least the range of the first subset. The base station further encodes the first sequence as a first set of two or more parameters, and encodes the second sequence as a second set of one or more parameters. This second set includes at least one parameter not included in the first set, and comprises fewer bits than the first set. The base station initializes the sequence generators by transmitting the first and second sets of parameters to the devices. | 10-03-2013 |

20140025327 | Transmission Line Parameter Determination - The invention concerns a method for determining parameters in a model of a transmission line. The method comprises obtaining ( | 01-23-2014 |

20140211835 | Signaling of Sequence Generator Initialization Parameters for Uplink Reference Signal Generation - A base station initializes pseudo-random sequence generators on which wireless devices base generation of uplink reference signals. The base station determines a first sequence from a first subset of possible initialization sequences for a sequence generator of a first device, and determines a second sequence from a second subset of possible initialization sequences for a sequence generator of a second device. The range of this second subset spans at least the range of the first subset. The base station further encodes the first sequence as a first set of two or more parameters, and encodes the second sequence as a second set of one or more parameters. This second set includes at least one parameter not included in the first set, and comprises fewer bits than the first set. The base station initializes the sequence generators by transmitting the first and second sets of parameters to the devices. | 07-31-2014 |

20140211885 | Signaling of Sequence Generator Initialization Parameters for Uplink Reference Signal Generation - A base station initializes pseudo-random sequence generators on which wireless devices base generation of uplink reference signals. The base station determines a first sequence from a first subset of possible initialization sequences for a sequence generator of a first device, and determines a second sequence from a second subset of possible initialization sequences for a sequence generator of a second device. The range of this second subset spans at least the range of the first subset. The base station further encodes the first sequence as a first set of two or more parameters, and encodes the second sequence as a second set of one or more parameters. This second set includes at least one parameter not included in the first set, and comprises fewer bits than the first set. The base station initializes the sequence generators by transmitting the first and second sets of parameters to the devices. | 07-31-2014 |