R 0001/13 (Petition for review/NTT) of 17.6.2013

European Case Law Identifier: ECLI:EP:BA:2013:R000113.20130617
Date of decision: 17 June 2013
Case number: R 0001/13
Petition for review of: T 0808/11
Application number: 97113024.0
IPC class: H04B 7/005
H04B 7/216
Language of proceedings: EN
Distribution: B
Download and more information:
Decision text in EN (PDF, 204.918K)
Documentation of the appeal procedure can be found in the Register
Bibliographic information is available in: EN
Versions: Unpublished | Unpublished v2
Title of application: Downlink transmission power control scheme for mobile communication system using site diversity
Applicant name: NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
Opponent name: Nokia Corporation
Board: EBA
Headnote: -
Relevant legal provisions:
European Patent Convention Art 112a(2)(c)
European Patent Convention Art 113(1)
European Patent Convention R 106
European Patent Convention R 107(1)(a)
Rules of procedure of the Boards of Appeal Art 13(1)
Rules of procedure of the Boards of Appeal Art 13(2)
Rules of procedure of the Boards of Appeal Art 15(4)
Rules of procedure of the Boards of Appeal Art 15(5)(6)
Rules of procedure of the Boards of Appeal Art 19(1)
Keywords: No right of admissibility for requests filed to overcome late-raised objections
Article 113(1) EPC does not overrule Article 13(1) RPBA in the case of such requests
Remark made during oral proceedings by one member of board of appeal (here, the chairman) has no determinative effect
Petitioner's subjective surprise at board of appeal decision is not relevant to objective review of that decision
Petition for review - clearly unallowable


Cited decisions:
R 0002/08
R 0004/08
R 0011/08
R 0012/09
R 0003/10
R 0015/10
R 0006/11
R 0009/11
R 0013/11
Citing decisions:
R 0003/13
R 0008/13
R 0004/14
R 0005/15
R 0006/16
R 0001/17
R 0006/17
T 0872/09
T 2182/10
T 0484/11
T 0713/11
T 1254/11
T 0623/12
T 1799/12
T 1836/12
T 2359/12
T 0336/13
T 0675/13
T 1727/13
T 1286/14

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