US Pat. No. 10,462,924

RAIL-MOUNTED CONTROL SYSTEM WITH IMPROVED COOLING

ABB Schweiz AG, Baden (C...

1. A control system for mounting to a rail, the control system comprising:a base including a mounting structure, a socket, and a body including a channel formed therein that is adapted to receive the rail;
a module for removable mounting to the socket of the base, the module comprising circuitry for processing control signals and a housing enclosing the circuitry, the housing including opposite first and second sides and opposite first and second ends, at least the first end including openings therein to permit air to flow into the housing and over the circuitry;
an air flow deflector adapted for mounting to the mounting structure of the base, the air flow deflector comprising at least one wall defining a recess and including an outer peripheral edge with portions disposed on opposing sides of the recess; and
wherein when the module is mounted to the socket of the base and the air flow deflector is mounted to the mounting structure of the base, the outer peripheral edge is disposed adjacent to the first end of the module such that the air flow deflector forms a pocket with the first end of the module, the pocket including an opening for receiving a fresh air flow disposed in a plane that is at least substantially parallel to at least one of the first and second sides of the module,
wherein the at least one wall of the air flow deflector includes a base wall and an outer wall opposite the base wall, and the at least one wall further comprising a baffle extending between the base wall and the outer wall,
wherein the baffle includes a series of openings therethrough.

US Pat. No. 10,462,922

LOCKING DEVICE FOR RACKABLE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

Connecteurs Electriques D...

1. A locking device for a rackable piece of electronic equipment, comprising:a first beam extending in a first longitudinal direction and having a U-shaped first mounting member disposed at a first end of the first beam and a first hook disposed adjacent the first end of the first beam; and
a second beam hinged to the first beam, the first beam and the second beam removably engaging at least one lock of the rackable piece of electronic equipment and locking the rackable piece of electronic equipment to a backplane of a rack, the first mounting member and the first hook each removably engage a separate lock of the rackable piece of electronic equipment; and
a spring extending in the first longitudinal direction having a first end fixed to the first beam and an opposite second end attached to a first end of the second beam, and a second end of the second beam is movable in translation relative to the first beam.

US Pat. No. 10,462,878

METHOD AND APPARATUS AND DEVICE FOR IMPLEMENTING TELEVISION THEATER MODE, AND STORAGE MEDIUM

SHENZHEN SKYWORTH-RGB ELE...

1. A method for implementing a television theater mode, comprising:detecting playback content played by a playback terminal in real time when the playback terminal is in a playing status;
in response to detecting that the playback terminal is playing a video, detecting current statuses of theater sound equipment, lighting equipment, and a curtain;
sending a sound-and-light control command to a theater sound system and to a curtain control system based on the current statuses of the theater sound equipment and the curtain, to adjust a current playback environment as a sound-and-light environment of the television theater mode; and
reading the video resource being played, determining a video image brightness change based on the read video resource, and sending the sound-and-light control command to a lighting control system to adjust brightness of the indoor lighting equipment based on the video image brightness change;
wherein the block of “reading the video resource being played, determining a video image brightness change based on the read video resource, and sending the sound-and-light control command to a lighting control system to adjust brightness of the indoor lighting equipment based on the video image brightness change” comprises:
decoding the video in play to obtain RGB component data of a frame not yet played of the video in play;
analyzing the RGB component data to obtain a brightness value of each pixel of the frame of the video, calculating an average brightness value of each frame based on the brightness values of the pixels, and receiving a current indoor lighting intensity sent by a light sensor;
converting the received current indoor light intensity into a current indoor brightness value, and calculating a brightness value difference between the average brightness value of each frame and the current indoor brightness value; and
determining whether the brightness value difference exceeds a preset brightness change threshold difference, and if the brightness value difference exceeds the preset brightness change threshold difference, transmitting the sound-and-light control command and the brightness value difference to the lighting control system, to adjust the brightness of the indoor lighting equipment based on the brightness value difference when the playback progresses to the corresponding frame.

US Pat. No. 10,462,875

SYSTEM AND METHOD OF DYNAMIC COLOR ADJUSTMENT

OSRAM SYLVANIA Inc., Wil...

1. A method of controlling chromaticity of total light in a space, comprising:generating, by a sensor system monitoring a space, a detected light signal comprising a controlled light signal component due to light produced by a plurality of controllable light sources illuminating the space and an uncontrolled light signal component due to light produced by at least one uncontrollable light source not under the control of the lighting system;
isolating the uncontrolled light signal component from the detected light signal based on electrical properties currently being used to control the plurality of controllable light sources;
dynamically calibrating the uncontrolled light signal component using a calibration table that is selected based on the uncontrolled light signal component; and
adjusting the electrical properties of the plurality of controllable light sources to approximate a target chromaticity based on the calibrated uncontrolled light signal component and the controlled light signal component.

US Pat. No. 10,462,868

CIRCUIT AND METHOD FOR DRIVING LED LAMP WITH A DIMMER

BCD Semiconductor Manufac...

1. A driver circuit for an LED (light-emitting diode) lamp, comprising:a transformer having a primary winding and a secondary winding;
a dimmer circuit coupled to a power source and the primary winding for varying an input voltage to the primary winding;
a power switch coupled to the primary winding for controlling a current flow in the primary winding;
an output rectifying circuit coupled to the secondary winding and the LED lamp for providing an output current to the LED lamp;
a controller coupled to the dimmer circuit to receive an average input voltage signal from the dimmer circuit, the controller being coupled to a control terminal of the power switch and configured to vary the output current according to the average input voltage signal.

US Pat. No. 10,462,860

CONTROLLER FOR SWITCHING REGULATOR, SWITCHING REGULATOR AND LED LIGHTING SYSTEM

ELITE SEMICONDUCTOR MEMOR...

1. A controller for a switching regulator of a LED lighting system, comprising:a current monitor, used to sense a LED current passing through a current sensing resistor of the switching regulator, and to generate a sensing current; and
a voltage divider, connected to the current monitor, used to receive the sensing current to generate a first through third divided voltages, wherein the first divided voltage is larger than the second divided voltage, and the second divided voltage is larger than the third divided voltage;
an integration circuit, connected to the voltage divider, used to compare the second divided voltage with a reference voltage, and to generate an integration voltage across a RC circuit thereof accordingly; and
a comparator circuit, connected to the integration circuit and the voltage divider, used to compare the integration voltage with the first divided voltage and the third divided voltage, and to generate a driving signal.

US Pat. No. 10,462,856

HIGH FREQUENCY HEATING APPARATUS

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A high frequency heating apparatus comprising a plurality of high frequency generators disposed over a glass substrate to be carried in a first direction and spaced apart from each other in the first direction, each of the plurality of high frequency generators generating high frequency to heat the glass substrate, the high frequency ranging from 0.98 GHz to 6.0 GHz,wherein a distance from the glass substrate to each of the plurality of high frequency generators is (n?/2)*?, where n? is a natural number ranging from 1 to 6, and ? is a wavelength of the high frequency.

US Pat. No. 10,462,849

COIL FOR PERSONAL VAPORIZER

1. A coil for a personal vaporizer for vaping by a user, the coil comprising:a. a cup having an interior volume, said interior volume being configured to receive a concentrate to be vaporized in the personal vaporizer, said cup defines an outside surface, said outside surface not being disposed within said cup interior volume, said cup is generally cylindrical and defines a cup base and a cup open top;
b. a heating element configured to heat said concentrate within said cup interior volume, said heating element not being disposed within said interior volume when said heating element is heating said liquid, said heating element is in direct contact with said cup outside surface when said heating element is heating said concentrate;
c. a housing, said housing defining a housing open top, a housing internal volume, and a housing bottom side within said housing internal volume, said housing internal volume being configured to receive said cup within said housing internal volume, said heating element being disposed between said cup base and said housing bottom side, said housing being configured to maintain said heating element in direct physical contact with said cup base;
d. a coil cap, said coil cap being selectably attachable to said housing, said coil cap being configured to cover said housing open top and said cup open top when said coil cap is attached to said housing, said coil cap defines an outlet hole and an inlet hole, said outlet and inlet holes communicating through said coil cap, said outlet hole being configured to allow a vapor from said heated concentrate to be pulled from the coil by a person inhaling through the personal vaporizer, said inlet hole being configured to allow a makeup air to enter the coil.

US Pat. No. 10,462,830

PROXIMITY ENABLED COMMUNICATION NETWORK SYSTEM FOR PERIPHERAL DEVICE

1. A proximity enabled communication network system for peripheral device comprising:at least a first wireless communications device (WCD) in operation by a first user, said at least first WCD configured in networked communication with a central server, said at least first WCD discoverable over network by transmission of repeating signals whereby a unique first user location is continuously determinable; and
at least one radiant pointing device configured in wireless communication with the at least first WCD, said at least one radiant pointing device having a directionally sensitive member disposed sensible of a vector when a directable radiant emission, wieldable by the first user to tag objects, is sensed incident an object;
wherein a unique object location of any object determined incident the directable radiant emission is sensible to the at least first WCD and object data pertinent to said object is uploadable to the central server and downloadable therefrom for display on the at least first WCD when said object is subsequently tagged.

US Pat. No. 10,462,793

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTROLLING UPLINK DATA TRANSMISSION IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. A method for determining a window size in a wireless communication system, the method comprising:identifying a number of radio resource blocks (nRB) on a time-frequency domain and a modulation and coding scheme (MCS) assigned to a user equipment (UE) indicated by resource allocation information received from a base station, wherein the MCS is updated based on a throughput autocorrelation of the UE;
determining an uplink data rate based on a transport block size (TBS) corresponding to the identified nRB and the MCS;
determining whether a maximum transmission data size of an internet session including a wireless link between the UE and the base station is the window size for the internet session based on the uplink data rate; and
in response to determining the window size for the internet session being equal to the maximum transmission data size of the internet session including the wireless link, transmitting uplink data through the internet session based on the determined window size.

US Pat. No. 10,462,774

DISCONTINUOUS RECEPTION (DRX) SCHEMES FOR MILLIMETER WAVELENGTH (MMW) DUAL CONNECTIVITY

IDAC Holdings, Inc., Wil...

1. A wireless transmit/receive unit (WTRU), comprising:a processor, wherein the processor is configured to:
receive, from a network entity, a subset of a millimeter wave beam forming reference signal (MBFRS);
receive, from the network entity, a reporting resource that is based on the received subset of the MBFRS;
send, to the network entity, preferred millimeter wave downlink beam information that is based on the reporting resource;
measure a downlink transmit beam; and
send, to the network entity, the measurement for the downlink transmit beam prior to a millimeter on-duration.

US Pat. No. 10,462,726

CALL FLOW SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR USE IN A LEGACY TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM

Tango Networks, Inc., Ri...

18. A system, comprising:a cellular network including a mobile switching network and a carrier gateway server; and
an enterprise network including an enterprise gateway server and a private branch exchange coupled therewith,
wherein the enterprise gateway server is coupled with the carrier gateway server,
wherein the carrier gateway server receives, from the enterprise gateway server, a first routing instruction, based on at least one enterprise policy, wherein the at least one enterprise policy limits an amount of mobile device usage that a mobile device may be used after an employee badge associated with the mobile device has been identified as badged-out of the office, and
wherein the carrier gateway server transmits to the mobile switching network, a second routing instruction, which instructs the mobile switching network to route the session to a destination when at least one of the employee badge has been identified as not badged-out of the office, and the employee badge has been identified as badged-out of the office and the mobile device has not exceeded its limited amount of mobile device usage.

US Pat. No. 10,462,078

USING SIGNALS EXTRACTED FROM A VOIP DATA STREAM TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN NETWORK CONGESTION AND LINK LOSSES

WhatsApp Inc., Menlo Par...

1. A method comprising:receiving packets from a sending client device via a network, wherein each of the received packets includes chat content data and metadata for a chat session, the metadata including a timestamp indicating when the received packet was sent;
determining one or more network performance signals from the metadata of the received packets, the one or more network performance signals distinguishing between a scenario where a network problem arises from congestion and a scenario where the network problem arises from link loss, wherein the one or more network performance signals include a moving average signal, determining the moving average signal comprising:
calculating a relative one-way trip time (ROTT) for each received packet by comparing the timestamp to a time at which the received packet was received;
calculating a long-term ROTT average, the long-term ROTT average being an average of the ROTT for the last n packets received, where n is a positive integer greater than one;
calculating a short-term ROTT average, the short-term ROTT average being an average of the ROTT for the last m packets received, where m is a positive integer less than n; and
calculating a difference between the long-term ROTT average and the short-term ROTT average, wherein the difference exceeding a threshold indicates the network problem arose from network congestion;
selecting, based on the moving average signal, between attributing the network problem to network congestion and attributing the network problem to link loss;
determining a control message to send based on whether the network problem is attributed to network congestion or link loss, the control message indicating how a parameter of the chat session should be updated to address the network problem, wherein, responsive to attributing the network problem to network congestion, the control message indicates that a bitrate of the chat session should be reduced; and
sending the control message to the sending client device.

US Pat. No. 10,461,968

ADJUSTMENT METHOD AND DEVICE FOR EQUALIZER COEFFICIENT, AND COMPUTER STORAGE MEDIUM

Sanechips Technology Co.,...

1. A method for adjusting a coefficient of an equalizer, comprising:acquiring a jones matrix with coefficients of an equalizer;
acquiring a parameter of the jones matrix; and
in response to determining, using the parameter of the jones matrix, that the coefficients are of singularity characteristics, adjusting a coefficient of X-axis or Y-axis polarization among the coefficients; wherein the meaning of the coefficients are of singularity characteristics refers to a signal of X-axis polarization and a signal of Y-axis polarization converge to each other in terms of polarization.

US Pat. No. 10,461,846

DISTRIBUTED SIMULCAST ARCHITECTURE

E.F. JOHNSON COMPANY, Ir...

1. A system for providing communication in a distributed land mobile radio (LMR) system architecture, the distributed LMR system architecture comprising one or more subsystems in communication with a data network, the system comprising:a plurality of LMR sites for providing radio communication between land mobile radios associated with the system, the plurality of LMR sites comprising at least one of the one or more subsystems;
one or more subsystem controllers disposed at one or more of the plurality of LMR sites, the one or more of the plurality of LMR sites comprising one or more of the at least one or more subsystems, and one or more of the subsystem controllers having at least an active mode and a standby mode, wherein at least one subsystem controller is configured in the active mode to control communication between one or more of the land mobile radios and to control communication between LMR sites; and
one or more repeaters disposed at one or more of the plurality of LMR sites in the at least one or more subsystems, one or more of the repeaters configured to provide a communication channel for at least one of the land mobile radios to communicate with one or more of the plurality of LMR sites,
wherein one or more repeater has at least an active mode and a standby mode, and wherein at least one repeater is configured in the active mode to initiate at least one of a voter comparator operation and a simulcast controller operation,
wherein the simulcast controller operation comprises transmitting a radio call at least substantially simultaneously by repeaters on the communication channel, and
wherein subsystem controllers in a standby mode are configurable to switch to the active mode upon failure of at least a portion of the one or more sites comprising a subsystem controller operating in the active mode.

US Pat. No. 10,461,460

DEVICE FOR SECURING ELECTRICAL CHARGING CABLES TOGETHER

INGENICO GROUP, Paris (F...

1. Device for securing together cables for the electrical charging of an electronic apparatus, the device comprising:a first portion integrating a first cable having a first plug for connection to a first connector of said electronic apparatus, and
a second portion provided with a housing for the insertion of a second connection cable having a second plug for connection to a second connector of said electronic apparatus, said housing comprising a first recess adapted for guiding said second cable and a second recess adapted for receiving a head of said second cable,
said first portion and said second portion being secured together by a securing arrangement.

US Pat. No. 10,460,910

HIGH VOLTAGE RESISTIVE OUTPUT STAGE CIRCUIT

Eagle Harbor Technologies...

10. The high voltage, high frequency switching circuit according to claim 1, wherein the inductor has a value less than 15 ?H and 100 nH.

US Pat. No. 10,459,091

RADIATION DETECTOR AND SCANNER

Varex Imaging Corporation...

1. A system operable for detecting radiation, the system comprising:an imager comprising a first planar array of pixels; and
a plurality of scintillators;
wherein each scintillator has a length, height and a width;
wherein each scintillator has a first end opposite from a second end on a longitudinal axis of the scintillator and that are separated by a distance that is the length of the scintillator;
wherein the length of each scintillator is greater than its respective width such that each scintillator is a rectangular cuboid;
wherein each scintillator has a first surface at its first end that is transverse to its respective longitudinal axis and that is configured to receive an incoming radiation beam;
wherein the scintillators are coupled to the imager such that the respective longitudinal axes of the scintillators are parallel to each other;
wherein an incoming radiation beam, that enters the scintillators through their respective first surfaces is converted by the scintillators into light that is received by respective subsets of the first planar array of pixels;
wherein the imager generates signals in response to the light that is received by the subsets of the first planar array of pixels; and
wherein the system is configured such that only a subset of the signals is sampled per sample interval and the subset of signals corresponds to less than all of the pixels that receive the light.

US Pat. No. 10,459,047

MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING APPARATUS AND GRADIENT MAGNETIC FIELD POWER SUPPLY

Canon Medical Systems Cor...

1. A magnetic resonance imaging apparatus, comprising:a gradient magnetic field power supply configured to supply power to a gradient coil, the gradient magnetic field power supply including
a plurality of switching circuits, each of which includes a plurality of switching elements, and is configured to output a predetermined pulse voltage by performing a switching operation of each of the switching elements; and
processing circuitry configured to switch an operation mode between a first mode and a second mode in accordance with an intensity of a voltage to be output to the gradient coil, the first mode causing switching circuits of a first number to perform the switching operation of each of the switching elements among the plurality of switching circuits, and the second mode causing switching circuits of a second number smaller than the first number to perform the switching operation of each of the switching elements among the plurality of switching circuits,
wherein the processing circuitry is further configured to switch the operation mode based on at least one of a duty ratio of the pulse voltage that is output from an operating switching circuit and a slew rate of a gradient magnetic field generated by the gradient coil.

US Pat. No. 10,458,729

HEAT EXCHANGER AND HOT WATER APPARATUS

NORITZ CORPORATION, Hyog...

1. A heat exchanger comprising:a heat transfer tube in which water and/or hot water flows in an internal space; and
a baffle disposed in the internal space in the heat transfer tube, the baffle promoting a turbulent flow in the water and/or hot water in the internal space,
the baffle including
plural main body portions which extend in an axial direction of the heat transfer tube and divide the internal space into a first space and a second space in a radial direction of the heat transfer tube,
plural first protruding portions, each of which protrudes from one of the main body portions into the first space,
plural second protruding portions, each of which protrudes from one of the main body portions into the second space,
a first wall connected to a first end portion of each main body portion and extending in the axial direction of the heat transfer tube, and
a second wall connected to a second end portion of each main body portion and extending in the axial direction of the heat transfer tube,
each of the first protruding portions and the second protruding portions being disposed between the first wall and the second wall,
the first wall including a first protruding wall protruding into the first space with respect to the main body portions and a second protruding wall protruding into the second space with respect to the main body portions, and
the second wall including a third protruding wall protruding into the first space with respect to the main body portions and a fourth protruding wall protruding into the second space with respect to the main body portions,
wherein at least one of the first protruding wall, the second protruding wall, the third protruding wall, and the fourth protruding wall has a length in the axial direction of the heat transfer tube that exceeds at least one of a distance between consecutive first protruding portions and a distance between consecutive second protruding portions.

US Pat. No. 10,458,411

COMPRESSOR DEVICE AND A COOLER THEREBY USED

ATLAS COPCO AIRPOWER, NAA...

1. A compressor device for compressing gas in two or more stages, wherein the compressor device comprises:at least two compressor elements connected in series; and
at least two coolers for cooling the compressed gas,
wherein each cooler is provided with a primary section through which the compressed gas to be cooled is guided and a secondary section that is in heat-exchanging contact with the primary section and through which coolant is guided,
wherein at least two of the coolers are split coolers whose secondary section is split into at least two separate stages to cool the gas that is guided through the primary section in successive stages, respectively at least a hot stage for a first cooling of the compressed gas that flows into the primary section of the coolers and a cold stage for the further cooling of the compressed gas,
wherein the stages of the secondary sections of the coolers are connected together in one or more separate cooling circuits such that the compressed gas between the compressor elements is cooled, with a minimum coolant flow rate through the cooling circuits, to keep the temperature of the compressed gas at the outlet of each cooler below a maximum permissible value and thereby having a predetermined temperature increase of the coolant in at least one of the cooling circuits,
wherein at least two of the cold stages of the secondary sections of the coolers are connected together in series in a cooling circuit through which a coolant is guided,
wherein the coolant in the cooling circuit is first guided through the cold stages and then through the hot stages.

US Pat. No. 10,457,134

ELECTROMECHANICAL VARIABLE TRANSMISSION

Oshkosh Defense, LLC, Os...

7. A vehicle, comprising:a dual-mode transmission comprising a first gear set having a first planetary gear carrier and a second gear set having a second planetary gear carrier;
a shaft at least selectively coupled to the first gear set;
a first motor/generator coupled to the first gear set;
a second motor/generator coupled to the second gear set; and
a drive axle coupled to the dual-mode transmission;
wherein during a low speed mode of operation of the vehicle the second motor/generator is coupled to the drive axle and disengaged from the shaft, and
wherein during a high speed mode of operation of the vehicle the second motor/generator is at least selectively coupled to the shaft.

US Pat. No. 10,456,947

CLAMPING DEVICE FOR AN ADJUSTABLE STOP OF A PROCESSING MACHINE, PARTICULARLY A MOULDING MACHINE, AND PROCESSING MACHINE, PARTICULARLY MOULDING MACHINE, WITH A CLAMPING DEVICE

Michael Weinig AG, Taube...

8. A clamping device for an adjustable fence of a moulding machine, wherein the adjustable fence (12) comprises a first side facing workpieces and configured to laterally guide, in a fixed working position of the adjustable fence (12) on the moulding machine, the workpieces as the workpieces move along the adjustable fence (12) through the moulding machine in a transport direction, wherein the adjustable fence (12) further comprises a second side facing away from the workpieces, wherein at least one counter stop (25), comprising a first face and an opposite second face facing away from the first face, is arranged at the second side of the adjustable fence (12) so that the first face is facing the second side of the adjustable fence (12); the clamping device comprising:a transmission element arranged at the second face of the at least one counter stop (25) opposite the adjustable fence (12);
at least one clamping part (33) arranged at the transmission element;
wherein the transmission element is acted upon by a force-applying element with a force (F1) that is converted by the transmission element into a clamping force (F2) acting upon the clamping part (33) so that the clamping part provides a clamping action fixedly clamping the adjustable fence against the at least one counter stop (25) in the fixed working position;
a release unit (51), comprising a cylinder (54) and a piston rod (52) movably disposed in the cylinder (54), wherein the piston rod (52) is connected to the at least one counter stop (25) and the cylinder (54) is connected to the transmission element, wherein the release unit (51), when actuated, moves the transmission element against the force (F1) of the force-applying element (47) to release the clamping action;
wherein the transmission element (23) is a two-armed lever, one arm of which is acted upon with the force (F1) that is a compressive force and the other arm of which generates the clamping force (F2), wherein the other arm of the lever (23) and the counter stop (25) are penetrated by a ram (28), wherein the ram (28) comprises an end that is provided with the clamping part (33).

US Pat. No. 10,456,855

CONSUMABLE CARTRIDGE FOR A PLASMA ARC CUTTING SYSTEM

Hypertherm, Inc., Hanove...

1. A metallic frame for a replaceable, unitary cartridge configured for installation into a plasma arc cutting torch, the metallic frame comprising:a first end connected to a nozzle, and a second end configured to mate with an electrode, the metallic frame surrounding and inseparably securing the electrode in electrical isolation from the metallic frame and the nozzle;
a set of flow passages built into the metallic frame, the set of flow passages fluidly connecting an internal surface of the metallic frame and an external surface of the metallic frame, the set of flow passages radially offset to impart a swirling fluid flow pattern to gases flowing therethrough; and
a plasma gas exit orifice for constricting exiting plasma gas, the plasma gas exit orifice included within, or in direct physical communication with, the nozzle, wherein the set of flow passages is oriented toward the plasma gas exit orifice.

US Pat. No. 10,456,732

METHOD FOR CONTROLLING AN ADSORPTION PHASE OF A GAS GENERATOR AND A GAS GENERATOR APPLYING SUCH A METHOD

ATLAS COPCO AIRPOWER, NAA...

16. A gas generator comprising:at least one vessel, comprising: an inlet and an outlet for allowing a flow of gas therethrough and an adsorbent material capable of selectively adsorbing a first gaseous component form a gaseous mixture and allowing an outlet gas flow mainly comprising a second gaseous component to flow through said outlet;
means for providing an inlet gas flow at the inlet of said vessel;wherein the device further comprises:a flow meter positioned at the outlet of the vessel for measuring the volume of the second gaseous component;
means for determining the concentration of said second gaseous component, positioned at the outlet of the vessel;
a controller unit connected to the flow meter and to the means for determining the concentration of said second gaseous component, said controller being configured to receive measured values of the volume of the second gaseous component and of the measured concentration;
said controller unit further comprises a processing unit being provided with an algorithm configured to:
calculate the capacity of the vessel, whereby the capacity is the maximum volume of the second gaseous component per unit of time that can be delivered at a current operating condition and at a set value of the concentration,
compare the measured volume of the second gaseous component with the calculated capacity,
compare the determined concentration of said second gaseous component with a set value, and:said controller unit being further programmed to maintain the inlet gas flow for a predetermined time interval, ?s, when said measured concentration is equal to or higher than a set value, and when said measured volume of the second gaseous component is lower than the calculated capacity, and to subject the vessel to a regenerating cycle after said predetermined time interval, ?s.
US Pat. No. 10,457,901

CLEANING COMPOSITION, METHOD OF MAKING AND USE THEREOF

Morehouse School of Medic...

1. A method of formulating a cleaning composition, comprising the steps of:(a) grinding an absorbent material to produce a granular absorbent material, wherein the granular absorbent material is selected from the group consisting of ceramic minerals, zeolite, activated carbon, fumed silica, processed clays, cellulosic absorbents, fibrous absorbents and combinations thereof;
(b) coating the granular absorbent material with a biocide to produce a coated absorbent material, wherein the biocide is applied to granular absorbent material by vapor deposition, by a pressure micro droplet spray, or by a fuming or fogging nozzle to form a surface bonded film on the granular absorbent material, and wherein the biocide is selected from the group consisting of silanes, siloxanes, aminopropyltrimethoxysilane, quaternary amines, fumed metal hydroxides, solutions of silver, solutions of copper and combinations thereof;
(c) mixing the coated absorbent material with a sanitation agent so that the coated absorbent material absorbs the sanitation agent to form the cleaning composition, wherein the sanitation agent is selected from the group consisting of chlorine bleach solutions, hydrogen peroxide solution, peracetic acid, quaternary amine solutions, alcohol solutions and combinations thereof; and
(d) adding to the cleaning composition a modifying agent selected from the group consisting of a tackifier, a thickening agent, a gum, an absorbent polymer, a carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC)-derived polymer, a hierarchically porous carbons (HPC)-derived polymer, or combinations thereof,
wherein the cleaning composition comprises 25-30% (w/w) of the granular absorbent material, 0.5 to 3.5 wt % of the biocide, 0.1 to 10 wt % of the sanitation agent, and 0.1 to 5 wt % of the modifying agent.

US Pat. No. 10,462,941

HEAT SINK ASSEMBLY

Caterpillar Inc., Peoria...

1. A heat sink assembly for a power module, the heat sink assembly comprising:a main body having a first end and a second end, the second end being longitudinally opposite the first end;
a first cooling circuit disposed within the main body, the first cooling circuit adapted to provide a first flow of a coolant through the main body, the first cooling circuit including:
a first plurality of passages disposed within the main body and extending between the first end and the second end of the main body, each of the first plurality of passages being parallel to and spaced apart with respect to one another;
at least one first end channel disposed within the main body at the first end of the main body, the at least one first end channel adapted to provide fluid communication between each of the first plurality of passages at the first end of the main body;
at least one second end channel disposed within the main body at the second end of the main body, the at least one second end channel adapted to provide fluid communication between each of the first plurality of passages at the second end of the main body;
a first inlet provided in fluid communication with one of the first plurality of passages at the second end of the main body; and
a first outlet provided in fluid communication with one of the first plurality of passages at the second end of the main body, the first outlet being spaced apart with respect to the first inlet; and
a second cooling circuit disposed within the main body, the second cooling circuit adapted to provide a second flow of the coolant through the main body, the second cooling circuit including:
a second plurality of passages disposed within the main body and extending between the first end and the second end of the main body, each of the second plurality of passages being parallel to and spaced apart with respect to one another and with respect to each of the first plurality of passages;
at least one first end passage disposed within the main body at the first end of the main body, the at least one first end passage being spaced apart with respect to the at least one first end channel, the at least one first end passage adapted to provide fluid communication between each of the second plurality of passages at the first end of the main body;
at least one second end passage disposed within the main body at the second end of the main body, the at least one second end passage being spaced apart with respect to the at least one second end channel, the at least one second end passage adapted to provide fluid communication between each of the second plurality of passages at the second end of the main body;
a second inlet provided in fluid communication with one of the second plurality of passages at the second end of the main body, the second inlet being adjacent to and spaced apart with respect to the first outlet; and
a second outlet provided in fluid communication with one of the second plurality of passages at the second end of the main body, the second outlet being adjacent to and spaced apart with respect to the first inlet,
wherein the first cooling circuit and the second cooling circuit provide an opposing cross flow of the first flow and the second flow through the main body respectively; and
wherein the at least one first end channel and the at least one first end passage are disposed within a first insert adapted to be coupled to the first end of the main body.

US Pat. No. 10,462,927

COMPUTER NETWORKING INTERCONNECTORS

Hewlett Packard Enterpris...

1. An apparatus, comprising:a first connector bracket including a first connector housing and a first connector conduit;
a second connector bracket including a second connector housing and a second connector conduit located within the first connector conduit, wherein the second connector bracket is slidably connected to the first connector bracket such that sliding the second connector bracket changes a distance in a first direction between the first connector housing and the second connector housing; and
a data connector including a first terminal and a second terminal, wherein the first terminal is seated within the first connector housing such that the first terminal is connectable to a first complementary terminal, and the second terminal seated within the second connector housing such that the second terminal is connectable to a second complementary terminal.

US Pat. No. 10,462,895

ELECTROMAGNETIC SHIELD FOR AN ELECTRONIC DEVICE

HARMAN INTERNATIONAL INDU...

1. An electronic device comprising:a substrate having a ground layer disposed between opposing top and bottom surfaces, wherein a plurality of conductive contacts is disposed on the bottom surface of the substrate and are electrically connected to the ground layer by a ground stitch via, wherein the substrate includes a plurality of relief cutouts along a perimeter, wherein each conductive contact is spaced apart by one of the relief cutouts;
an electrically conductive chassis having a mounting surface mounted to the conductive contacts along the bottom surface,
wherein an electromagnetic shield comprises the ground layer, the ground stitch via, the conductive contacts and the chassis to enclose the bottom surface of the substrate and protect the bottom surface from electromagnetic interference; and
a non-conductive cover assembled to the substrate in tension so that an interior surface of the cover applies a force to the top surface of the substrate thereby ensuring the chassis maintains in electrical contact with the ground layer.

US Pat. No. 10,462,884

LIGHT FIXTURE AS AN ACCESS POINT IN A COMMUNICATION NETWORK

Eaton Intelligent Power L...

1. A light fixture for communicating with a network manager and at least one sensor, the light fixture comprising:light fixture components; and
a controller for operating the light fixture components and communicating with the network manager, the controller being configured to
receive an instruction from the network manager,
establish control of at least one sensor based on the received instruction from the network manager, and
receive sensor data from the at least one sensor.

US Pat. No. 10,462,869

LIGHT CONTROL CIRCUIT AND OPTICAL ENCODER SYSTEM

PIXART IMAGING INC., Hsi...

1. A light control circuit, comprising:a first squaring circuit configured to receive a first detected signal, a second detected signal and a common mode voltage signal, and output a first current squaring signal, wherein the second detected signal is out of phase from the first detected signal;
a second squaring circuit configured to receive a third detected signal, a fourth detected signal and the common mode voltage signal, and output a second current squaring signal, wherein the third detected signal is perpendicular to the first detected signal, the fourth detected signal is perpendicular to the second detected signal, and the common mode voltage signal is obtained according to the first, second, third and fourth detected signals;
a square sum circuit configured to calculate a sum of current squaring of the first current squaring signal and the second current squaring signal;
a converting circuit configured to convert the sum of current squaring to a detected voltage signal; and
a constant voltage source configured to output a reference voltage signal.

US Pat. No. 10,462,851

MOLTEN METAL HOLDING FURNACE

Tounetsu Co., Ltd., Fuji...

1. A molten metal holding furnace comprising:a furnace body including a bottom wall, a ceiling wall, and a side wall extending between the bottom wall and the ceiling wall to form a molten metal containing space defined by the bottom wall, the ceiling wall, and the side wall, the furnace body including at least one insertion hole formed to extend through the side wall or the ceiling wall; and
a heating tube including a heat generator and inserted in the at least one insertion hole, the molten metal holding furnace for holding a molten metal contained in the molten metal containing space at a predetermined temperature by using heat generated by the heat generator,
wherein the at least one insertion hole includes an inside cylindrical portion and an outside cylindrical portion in a region from an inside end portion to an outside end portion of the side wall or the ceiling wall, the inside cylindrical portion extending from a starting point at or adjacent the inner end portion to an intermediate point between the inside and outside end portions, the outside cylindrical portion extending from the intermediate point to a terminal point at or adjacent the outside end portion, the inside cylindrical portion having an inner diameter increasing gradually from the starting point to the intermediate point and the outside cylindrical portion having a constant inner diameter,
wherein the heating tube includes a distal cylindrical portion corresponding to the inside cylindrical portion and a proximal cylindrical portion corresponding to the outside cylindrical portion, the distal cylindrical portion having an outer diameter increasing discontinuously from the starting point toward the intermediate point and the proximal cylindrical portion having a constant outer diameter smaller than an outer diameter of the distal cylindrical portion at the intermediate point,
wherein the heating tube is inserted and positioned in the at least one insertion hole with the distal cylindrical portion of the heating tube located at the inside cylindrical portion of the at least one insertion hole and with the proximal cylindrical portion of the heating tube located at the outside cylindrical portion of the at least one insertion hole,
wherein a filling material is filled between the distal cylindrical portion of the heating tube and the inside cylindrical portion of the at least one insertion hole,
wherein the heating tube has a stepped portion formed of an annular surface extending radially between the distal cylindrical portion and the proximal cylindrical portion of the heating tube,
wherein a tubular member is disposed between the proximal cylindrical portion of the heating tube and the outside cylindrical portion of the at least one insertion hole,
wherein a fixing member is disposed outside the tubular member,
wherein the fixing member is coupled to the furnace body through a fastener, and
wherein the tubular member is pressed against the stepped portion of the heating tube by the fastener.

US Pat. No. 10,462,839

METHOD FOR TRANSMITTING SIDELINK TERMINAL INFORMATION OF TERMINAL IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AND TERMINAL UTILIZING THE METHOD

LG ELECTRONICS INC., Seo...

1. A method for reporting first information in a wireless communication system, the method performed by a user equipment (UE) and comprising:receiving, from a serving cell on a first frequency, second information which includes a request to report the first information;
acquiring, from a cell on a second frequency, system information including parameters related to a sidelink discovery procedure;
selecting a target cell on the second frequency;
reporting, to the serving cell, the first information which includes the parameters acquired from the system information and an identifier (ID) of the target cell; and
receiving a sidelink configuration related to the target cell from the serving cell,
wherein the second frequency is different from the first frequency,
wherein the first information is reported within a predetermined time duration, and
wherein the UE performs the sidelink discovery procedure on the target cell based on the sidelink configuration.

US Pat. No. 10,462,832

MOBILE PEER-TO-PEER CONTENT SHARING METHOD AND SYSTEM

Empire Technology Develop...

1. A method for a direct device-to-device communication in a wireless communication network, the method comprising:receiving, by a stationary device, a first set of information associated with a first mobile device, wherein the first set of information includes identification information of the first mobile device to enable discovery of the first mobile device by a second mobile device;
after receiving the first set of information, transmitting, by the stationary device, a query for state information associated with the first mobile device;
receiving, by the stationary device, a response to the query, wherein the response to the query includes the state information associated with the first mobile device;
receiving, by the stationary device, a request that is transmitted by the second mobile device;
in response to the request, transmitting, by the stationary device to the second mobile device, a second set of information,
wherein the second set of information is based on the state information associated with the first mobile device,
wherein the second set of information includes location information of the first mobile device, and
wherein the location information is usable by the second mobile device to determine whether to establish a direct device-to-device communication between the first mobile device and the second mobile device based on a proximity of the first mobile device to the second mobile device.

US Pat. No. 10,462,828

POLICY AND BILLING SERVICES IN A CLOUD-BASED ACCESS SOLUTION FOR ENTERPRISE DEPLOYMENTS

Federated Wireless, Inc.,...

1. A controller in a cloud-based wireless access infrastructure, the cloud-based wireless access infrastructure including one or more network devices and at least one user equipment (UE) configured to communicate in the cloud-based wireless access infrastructure, the controller comprising:a memory configured to store software instructions for execution by at least one processor; and
at least one processor configured to execute the software instructions to configure the one or more network devices to provide an end-to-end set of resources across multiple functional layers from an enterprise application layer to a radio access layer for a connection between the at least one UE and the cloud-based wireless access infrastructure.

US Pat. No. 10,462,823

WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS METHODS AND APPARATUS WITH AUTOMATIC BROADCAST AFTER UPDATE OF SYSTEM INFORMATION

Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha, ...

1. An access node of a radio access network that communicates over a radio interface with a wireless terminal, the access node comprising:processor circuitry configured:
to include, in a first type system information message, one or more indications, each of the indications indicating whether one or more associated second type system information blocks are broadcasted or to be provided on-demand, the first type system information message comprising first type system information, the first type system information being required for the wireless terminal to perform an initial access to the radio access network, and;
upon a change of content of a second type system information block whose associated indication indicating that the second type system information block was provided on-demand before the change, to include in the first type system information message an indication associated with the second type system information block indicating that the second type system information block is broadcast;
transmitter circuitry configured to periodically transmit, over the radio interface, the first type system information message and to transmit the second type system information block.

US Pat. No. 10,462,806

METHODS AND APPARATUSES FOR DYNAMIC BEAM PAIR DETERMINATION

QUALCOMM Incorporated, S...

1. A method of wireless communication at a user equipment (UE) capable of millimeter wave (mmW) communication with a serving base station, comprising:iteratively performing, until a predetermined number of synchronization cycles is reached, a process comprising:
selecting one from a plurality of Transmit (Tx)-Receive (Rx) beam pairs between the UE and the serving base station based at least in part on a scheduling opportunity value of each Tx-Rx beam pair of the plurality of Tx-Tx beam pairs that has not been measured for a current synchronization period; and
measuring a strength of the selected Tx-Rx beam pair between the UE and the serving base station; and
determining a new serving Tx-Rx beam pair between the UE and the serving base station based on cumulative strengths of the plurality of Tx-Rx beam pairs.

US Pat. No. 10,462,805

LAA/WIFI COEXISTENCE FOR 5GHZ ANTENNA SHARING

Apple Inc., Cupertino, C...

1. An apparatus, comprising:a cellular processor configured to conduct wireless communications according to a first radio access technology (RAT) in a first frequency band and in a second frequency band, wherein the first RAT is a cellular RAT, the first frequency band is in an unlicensed spectrum, and the second frequency band is in a licensed spectrum;
a wireless local area network (WLAN) processor configured to conduct wireless communications according to a second RAT in the first frequency band, wherein the second RAT is a wireless local area network (WLAN) RAT; and
one or more internal communication lines connecting the cellular processor and the WLAN processor;
wherein the cellular processor and the WLAN processor are configured to couple to a same antenna for communications in the first frequency band;
wherein the cellular processor is configured to notify the WLAN processor via the one or more internal communication lines when the cellular processor is beginning a scan and when the cellular processor is ending a scan in the first frequency band;
wherein the WLAN processor is configured to determine whether to cancel or defer one or more scheduled transmissions during an interval starting at the beginning of the scan and ending at the end of the scan;
wherein, in response to a determination to perform one or more transmissions during the interval, the WLAN processor is configured to notify the cellular processor that the WLAN processor transmitted during the interval; and
wherein, in response to the notification that the WLAN processor transmitted during the interval, the cellular processor is configured to ignore one or more scan measurements taken during an interval in which the WLAN processor transmitted.

US Pat. No. 10,462,802

DISTRIBUTED SCHEDULING FOR DEVICE-TO-DEVICE COMMUNICATION

InterDigital Patent Holdi...

1. A first wireless transmit/receive unit (WTRU) comprising:a processor;
a memory comprising instructions that when executed by the processor cause the first WTRU to:
determine whether the first WTRU has D2D data to transmit to a second WTRU; and
on a condition that the first WTRU has D2D data to transmit to the second WTRU:
autonomously select a subset of scheduling assignment (SA) resources for transmission of an SA to the second WTRU from a pre-configured set of allowed SA resources,
transmit the SA to the second WTRU according to a first transmission period using the autonomously selected subset of SA resources;
determine a set of allowed device-to-device (D2D) data resources for D2D data transmission to the second WTRU,
autonomously select one or more transmission patterns for D2D data transmission to the second WTRU,
autonomously select one or more transmission parameters for D2D data transmission to the second WTRU, and
transmit D2D data to the second WTRU over the set of allowed D2D data resources according to a second transmission period using the autonomously selected one or more transmission patterns, and according to the autonomously selected one or more transmission parameters.

US Pat. No. 10,462,796

SYSTEMS AND METHODS OF REDUCING INTERFERENCE IN A WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Er...

1. A method, comprising a wireless device:determining an uplink precoder based on channel measurements on first and second downlink reference signal resources, the precoder enabling a transmission on an uplink reference signal resource that is precoded with the uplink precoder and that is quasi co-located (QCL) with a transmission on the first downlink reference signal resource but not QCL with a transmission on the second downlink reference signal resource;
determining to increase or decrease a power level of a transmission on an uplink channel that is reciprocally associated with the second downlink reference signal resource responsive to determining that a transmission on the first downlink reference signal resource is not QCL with a transmission on the second downlink reference signal resource; and
transmitting on the uplink channel that is reciprocally associated with the second downlink reference signal resource at the respective increased or decreased power level.

US Pat. No. 10,462,791

COMMUNICATION METHOD AND COMMUNICATION DEVICE IN WIRELESS LAN SYSTEM THAT SUPPORTS MULTI-BANDWIDTH

ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMU...

1. A communication method by a communication apparatus in a wireless local area network (WLAN) system, the method comprising:generating a physical frame including a plurality of time domain fields, and
transmitting the physical frame,
wherein the frequency domain repetition is applied to a first part of the plurality of time domain fields without being applied to a second part of the plurality of time domain fields when the frequency domain repetition is applied to the physical frame,
wherein the second part is different from the first part,
wherein the frequency domain repetition includes mapping a same information to a lower half of frequency subcarriers and an upper half of the frequency subcarriers, and
wherein a phase difference between a phase applied to information mapped to the lower half of the frequency subcarriers of the first part of the plurality of time domain fields and a phase applied to information mapped to the upper half of the frequency subcarriers of the first part of the plurality of time domain fields is 0 degree or 180 degree.

US Pat. No. 10,462,439

COLOR CORRECTION WITH A LOOKUP TABLE

VID SCALE, Inc., Wilming...

1. A method for processing video content, the method comprising:receiving a first luma sample, a first chroma sample, and a two-dimensional (2D) look-up table (LUT) for producing corrected chroma values, wherein the 2D LUT defines a luma dimension and a chroma dimension associated with a 2D color space of the video content, the 2D color space is defined by a plurality of rectangular units with respective vertices, and the 2D LUT comprises corrected chroma component values associated with the respective vertices of the rectangular units;
determining an input luma value and an input chroma value to the 2D LUT via an upsampling operation utilizing at least one of the first luma sample or the first chroma sample, wherein the first luma sample and the first chroma sample are associated with different sampling locations, and the input luma value and the input chroma value are aligned to a same sampling location;
producing an output chroma value based on the 2D LUT, the input chroma value and the input luma value; and
reconstructing the video content using at least the output chroma value.

US Pat. No. 10,461,549

MOBILE TERMINAL, DC-CHARGING POWER SOURCE ADAPTOR, AND CHARGING METHOD

Hisense Mobile Communicat...

1. A method for charging a mobile terminal, the method comprising:determining, by the mobile terminal, whether two differential data pins of a USB interface thereof are shorted, in response to detecting insertion of an external device into the USB interface;
in response to determining that the two differential data pins are shorted, detecting, by the mobile terminal, whether the inserted external device is a DC-charging power source adaptor, and in response to determining that the inserted external device is the DC-charging power source adaptor, detecting, by the mobile terminal, voltage of a battery core of the mobile terminal;
when the voltage of the battery core lies in a range [S1, S2] delimited by preset DC-charging thresholds, controlling, by the mobile terminal, according to the current voltage of the battery core, the DC-charging power source adaptor to output charging voltage corresponding to the current voltage of the battery core to DC-charge the battery, wherein the range [S1, S2]delimited by the DC-charging thresholds is consistent with a voltage range of the battery core corresponding to a constant-current charging phase in a normal DCP charging mode; and
when the voltage of the battery core goes out of the range delimited by the DC-charging thresholds, instructing, by the mobile terminal, the DC-charging power source adaptor to output a constant charging voltage that is output by the DC-charging power source adaptor by default, and receiving, by the mobile terminal, the constant charging voltage output by the DC-charging power source adaptor;
wherein when the voltage of the battery core is less than S1, the battery is pre-charged by a power source managing chip of the mobile terminal at a small current, and when the voltage of the battery core is more than S2, the battery is charged by the power source managing chip of the mobile terminal at constant voltage.

US Pat. No. 10,461,530

APPARATUS AND SYSTEM FOR COUPLING POWER ELECTRONICS TO A PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULE

Enphase Energy, Inc., Pe...

1. An apparatus for presenting a power output from a photovoltaic (PV) module comprising:a connector assembly comprising:
an encapsulated ribbon egress, integrated with the PV module and extending from the PV module to a connector, comprising a plurality of PV module substring interconnects electrically coupled to a plurality of PV cells of the PV module and extending from the PV module; and
the connector, having a two-pole DC connector plug comprising a two-pole DC electrical output that is electrically coupled to the plurality of PV module substring interconnects, wherein the encapsulated ribbon egress is laminated as part of the PV module backsheet such that a portion of the PV module backsheet extends from the PV module and covers the plurality of PV module substring interconnects.

US Pat. No. 10,461,401

ANTENNA DEVICE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE INCLUDING THE SAME

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. An antenna device comprising:a plurality of radiation conductors formed on a circuit board constituted by multiple layers, the plurality of radiation conductors being constituted by a combination of electrically conductive patterns formed on the multiple layers;
at least one ground conductor disposed on the circuit board to supply a reference potential for the plurality of radiation conductors;
at least one feeding line disposed on the circuit board to supply power to the plurality of radiation conductors; and
a plurality of dummy conductors disposed on the circuit board,
wherein a portion of the plurality of dummy conductors are configured to contact with a portion of the plurality of radiation conductors, respectively,
wherein the plurality of radiation conductors includes a first radiation conductor provided in an edge area of the circuit board and a second radiation conductor provided within the circuit board,
wherein the first radiation conductor is disposed adjacent to the second radiation conductor such that the first radiation conductor is configured to be capacitively coupled to the second radiation conductor, and
wherein the second radiation conductor is configured to be electrically coupled to the at least one feeding line.

US Pat. No. 10,461,253

HIGH RELIABILITY RF SWITCH BASED ON PHASE-CHANGE MATERIAL

Newport Fab, LLC, Newpor...

1. A radio frequency (RF) switch comprising:a heating element;
a thermally resistive material adjacent to first and second sides of said heating element;
a heat valve under said heating element;
a heat spreader under said heat valve and over a substrate;
a nugget comprising a thermally conductive and electrically insulating material situated on top of said heating element;
a phase-change material having an active segment situated approximately over said nugget and passive segments situated approximately under input/output contacts of said RF switch.

US Pat. No. 10,459,679

DISPLAY SYSTEM AND METHODS

Nanolumens Acquisition, I...

1. A light emitting display system on a support structure, the light emitting display system comprising:a) a plurality of light emitting display sub-assemblies attached to said support structure, the plurality of light emitting display sub-assemblies collectively creating a visual display having no perceivable gaps or overlaps between adjacent light emitting display sub-assemblies;
b) each of said light emitting display sub-assemblies comprising:
i) a plurality of light emitting elements affixed to a substrate, the edges of the substrate defining a contiguous perimeter;
ii) said plurality of light emitting elements arranged in a matrix formation;
iii) a plurality of pixel gaps defined, one of said plurality of pixel gaps defined between each pair of adjacent light emitting elements;
iv) each of said plurality of pixel gaps spaced so that all of said plurality of pixel gaps are substantially the same size;
v) one or more bend points disposed on said substrate within said plurality of pixel gaps, each of said one or more bend points characterized in that said substrate is curveable around said bend point;
vi) a portion of said plurality of light emitting elements configured so that each light emitter of said portion is spaced from said contiguous perimeter by a distance of one half the size of said pixel gap or less;
c) said plurality of light emitting display sub-assemblies disposed on said support structure so that a portion of said contiguous perimeter of each of said plurality of light emitting display sub-assemblies abuts a portion of said contiguous perimeter of an adjacent light emitting display sub-assembly.

US Pat. No. 10,458,849

SENSOR ASSEMBLY FOR CAPTURING SPATIALLY RESOLVED PHOTOMETRIC DATA

ZUMTOBEL LIGHTING GMBH, ...

1. A lighting system for a room comprising one or more lamps, a sensor assembly (1) for capturing spatially resolved brightness data supplemented with photometric data in a detection region of the room, and a control unit that operates the one or more lamps, wherein the sensor assembly (1) comprises:a sensor unit (10), wherein the sensor unit (10) has at least nine sensor segments (11) to which are assigned different combinations of at least three different color filters (12) and at least two polarization filters (13) which are oriented perpendicular to one another, and at least three sensor segments are assigned to each respective filter color, and one of the three segments assigned to each respective filter color detects light that passes through the respective color filter and no polarization filter, a second of the three segments assigned to each respective filter color detects light that passes through the respective color filter and one of the polarization filters, and a third of the three segments assigned to each respective filter color detects light that passes through the respective color filter and one of the polarization filters; and
a controllable shutter assembly (20) disposed in front of the sensor unit (10), through which a light incidence on the sensor unit (10) can be controlled as a function of the direction, wherein the controllable shutter assembly (20) has numerous controllable individual shutter elements (21), which selectively enable light incidence onto the sensor unit (10) such that the light incidence enabled through the individual elements (21) substantially illuminates the sensor unit (10) in a uniform manner, and the individual shutter elements are activated successively such that the sensor unit is exposed for each successive activation in a targeted manner to part of the detection region and the entire detection region is exposed to the sensor unit through the successive activation of all the individual shutter elements;
and the system further comprises an evaluation unit (30) for evaluating the data emitted from the sensor unit (10) for the sensor segments, and calculating a spatially resolved brightness datum, and further wherein the evaluation unit (30) is designed to supplement the brightness data with additional photometric data, on the basis of the signals emitted from the different sensor segments (11), and spatially resolved brightness data supplemented with photometric data is provided to the control unit for controlling the one or more lamps in the room.

US Pat. No. 10,456,969

NOZZLE FOR SHEET OR FILM EXTRUSION

MAGNA STEYR Fuel Systems ...

1. A method for producing a container, the method comprising: providing a die that includes a die bottom part, a die top part, a flexible element extending between the die bottom part to define a die outlet between the flexible element and the die bottom part, outer slides arranged laterally on the die, a blocking slide arranged below the flexible element and which is moveable in a vertical direction relative to the die outlet, and a plurality of adjustment bolts connected to the flexible element and which are adjustably moveable, the adjustment bolts including outer adjustment bolts and middle adjustment bolts arranged between the outer adjustment bolts; producing a first structural part and a second structural part, each composed of an extrusion material, by:initiating an extrusion process for the extrusion material;
forming, during the extrusion, a seal at lateral regions of the die by pressing only the outer adjustment bolts downward to thereby press the flexible element against the lateral slides without adjusting the middle adjustment bolts;
controlling, after forming the seal and during extrusion, the thickness of the extrusion material in a longitudinal direction and a transverse direction by adjusting only the middle adjustment bolts to thereby adjust a spatial distance between the flexible die element and the die bottom part;
cutting the extrusion material at the die outlet via the blocking slide; and
forming the container by connecting the first structural part and the second structural part at their respective circumferences.

US Pat. No. 10,456,690

VIRTUAL REALITY SIMULATION OF A LIVE-ACTION SEQUENCE

Centurion VR, Inc., New ...

1. A virtual reality simulation method, the method comprising:generating a virtual reality environment including a virtual player in a setting;
receiving projectile data indicative of movement of a projectile launched by a player in a live-action sequence;
based on the projectile data, identifying a release point of the projectile by the player in the live-action sequence, wherein identifying the release point includes calculating the release point based on a trajectory of the projectile included in the projectile data and identifying a release angle of the projectile launched by the player in the live-action sequence;
determining a motion of the virtual player in the virtual reality environment based on the projectile data and the release point; and
on a display of the virtual reality environment viewable by a user, displaying the virtual player moving according to the motion and a graphical representation of the projectile moving according to a temporal series of locations of the projectile.

US Pat. No. 10,456,524

FIELD UPDATE OF AN AMBULATORY INFUSION PUMP SYSTEM

Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc...

1. A method performed by software executable instructions on a hardware processor for remotely updating software on a control device configured to effect operation of an ambulatory infusion pump, comprising:at a central computing system, obtaining data relating to operation of the ambulatory infusion pump;
by the central computing system, verifying compatibility of the control device with a software update including verifying that a device model of the control device is compatible with the software update;
verifying that a user wishes to proceed with the software update;
receiving, at the central computer system, a password required for execution of the software update; and
verifying, by the central computer system, the received password;
transmitting the software update from the central computing system to the control device;
receiving confirmation at the central computing system that the software update has occurred; and
verifying that a safe condition exists for operation of the ambulatory infusion pump by the control device after the software update.

US Pat. No. 10,462,930

FAN DEVICE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE

Qisda Corporation, Taoyu...

1. An electronic device, comprising:a housing having a plurality of heat sinks disposed on an external surface of the housing; and
a fan, comprising:
a stator unit disposed inside the housing; and
a rotor unit disposed outside the housing corresponding to the stator unit, the rotor unit comprising a fan wheel, wherein the rotor unit is isolated from the stator unit by the housing, the fan wheel is disposed on the housing, and the fan wheel and the plurality of heat sinks are on the same side of the housing.

US Pat. No. 10,462,921

METHOD FOR PRODUCING AN ELECTRONIC MODULE ASSEMBLY AND ELECTRONIC MODULE ASSEMBLY

Infineon Technologies AG,...

1. A method for producing an electronic module assembly, the method comprising:curing a curable first mass extending between a substrate assembly and a module housing while a circuit carrier of the substrate assembly has a temperature of at least a first temperature;
forming an adhesive connection between a side wall of the module housing and the substrate assembly by curing a curable second mass; and
cooling down the circuit carrier subsequent to curing the first mass to below a second temperature lower than the first temperature,
wherein the electronic module is produced such that the circuit carrier comprises a heat exchange surface facing away from the cured first mass, wherein a point of the heat exchange surface opposite the cured first mass comprises, when the electronic module assembly is heated to at least the first temperature, a first distance from a lid of the module housing, wherein the point of the heat exchange surface comprises, when the electronic module assembly is cooled to less than or equal to the second temperature, a second distance from the lid of the module housing, and wherein a difference between the first distance and the second distance is at least 10 ?m.

US Pat. No. 10,462,913

ELECTRONIC DEVICE HAVING ENCLOSED WINDOW AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. An electronic device comprising:a window comprising a first area defining a front surface of the electronic device, a second area defining a rear surface of the electronic device, and a third area extending from the first area to the second area;
a display disposed inside the window and extending to at least a portion of each of the first area, the second area, and the third area;
a display bracket coupled to the display and disposed inside the window; and
a bonding member formed between the display and the window.

US Pat. No. 10,462,896

FLEXIBLE DISPLAY DEVICE

SAMSUNG DISPLAY CO., LTD....

1. A display device comprising:a flexible substrate including:
a bending area corresponding to an area at which the display device is bent, and
a first area and a second area which is spaced apart from the first area by the bending area;
a display element unit which is controlled to display an image, the display element unit disposed on the flexible substrate in the first area of the flexible substrate; and
a buffer member disposed on the flexible substrate in the bending area of the flexible substrate, wherein the buffer member in the bending area includes:
a first buffer member having a first maximum thickness, and a second buffer member having a second maximum thickness which is smaller than the first maximum thickness, and
among the first buffer member and the second member, the first buffer member disposed closer to the first area and the second member disposed closer to the second area.

US Pat. No. 10,462,894

CIRCUIT BOARD

Force10 Networks, Inc., ...

1. A circuit board, comprising:a first board dielectric layer;
a second board dielectric layer that is located adjacent the first board dielectric layer;
a first local dielectric region that is located within the first board dielectric layer and adjacent the second board dielectric layer;
a second local dielectric region that is located within the second board dielectric layer and adjacent at least the first local dielectric region within the first board dielectric layer; and
a pair of differential conductors that are each located within at least one of the first board dielectric layer and the second board dielectric layer, within at least one of the first local dielectric region and the second local dielectric region, such that the pair of differential conductors are positioned immediately adjacent both the first local dielectric region and the second local dielectric region,
wherein the first local dielectric region and the second local dielectric region are configured with dielectric constants that are different than dielectric constants of the first board dielectric layer and the second board dielectric layer such that crosstalk between the pair of differential conductors and a third conductor located within at least one of the first board dielectric layer and the second board dielectric layer is reduced.

US Pat. No. 10,462,876

LIGHT EMITTING DIODE SENSOR DEVICE INCLUDING A CONTOURED STRUCTURE

ABB Schweiz AG, Baden (C...

1. A light emitting diode (LED) sensor comprising:a first LED junction constructed to emit a radiation;
a second LED junction constructed to receive a radiation and provide a detectable electronic response responsive to the received radiation;
a package encapsulating the first LED junction and the second LED junction, wherein the package defines a contoured envelope having a contoured surface; and
a material located adjacently to the contoured surface, wherein the material is constructed to include a property, wherein the property includes reflecting or absorbing and re-emitting the emitted radiation to the second LED, wherein the property includes reflecting an external radiation and preventing the external radiation from being received by the second LED, wherein the material includes a layer that includes a palladium alloy constructed to change optical reflectivity due to hydrogen absorption, and wherein the LED sensor is configured to detect the presence of hydrogen.

US Pat. No. 10,462,859

CLOCKED FLYBACK CONVERTER CIRCUIT

1. A clocked flyback converter circuit for operating one or more lighting means (11), comprising:a controllable switch (7);
a transformer (5) having a primary winding (4), which is coupled to the controllable switch (7), and a secondary winding (6), to which lighting means (11) can be coupled;
a control device (14) for activating the switch (7); and
means (8) for direct or indirect recording of the current through the switch (7) in the switched-on state, and for supplying a signal reflecting this current to the control unit (14);
wherein the control unit (14) is configured to switch the switch (7) off when the signal reflecting the current has reached a variable switch-off threshold (Is), to modify the switch-off threshold (Is) for modifying the power transmitted by the flyback converter circuit (3) but not below a minimum value (Imin), and to switch from operation in the limit mode to operation in a discontinuous mode in order to obtain a further reduction of the power transmitted by the flyback converter circuit (3) where the minimum value (Imin) serves as a fixed switch-off threshold; and wherein the transformer (5) has a primary-side auxiliary winding (15), to which the control unit (14) is coupled in order to record a voltage curve over the auxiliary winding (15), and the control unit (14) switches the switch back on when operating in the discontinuous mode at a point in time at which the voltage is at a zero crossing after a local minimum in the voltage curve; and further wherein a dimming signal (D) can be sent to the control unit (14), and the control unit is configured to modify the switch-off threshold (Is) in accordance with the dimming signal in the limit mode, and is configured to modify the point in time of switching the switch back on in accordance with the dimming signal (D) in the discontinuous mode when the minimum value (Imin) serves as the fixed switch off threshold.

US Pat. No. 10,462,847

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, CONTROL CIRCUIT, AND CONTROL METHOD

KIWI TECHNOLOGY INC., Zh...

1. A wireless communication system, comprising:one or more wireless gateway modules having a gateway controller and a wireless gateway transceiver that connect with one or more terminals via multiple channels and receive data transmitted by each terminal;
a wireless transmission module having a wireless transceiver and a controller for transmitting data; and
a control circuit connected with the one or more wireless gateway modules and the wireless transmission module via a connection line, the control circuit performing a control method comprising:
receiving data from one wireless gateway module;
computing a transmission time according to size of the data and a transmission timestamp of the data;
generating a transmission request that is in a transmission queue with the data;
retrieving the transmission request and the data from the transmission queue according to the transmission time; and
transmitting the transmission request and the data to the wireless transmission module and the wireless transmission module designating a transmission channel for transmitting the data.

US Pat. No. 10,462,834

OFFLOADING THROUGH SIMPLIFIED MULTIFLOW

QUALCOMM Incorporated, S...

1. A method for traffic management in a wireless communications system, comprising:initiating, at a radio network controller (RNC), a transmission of a configuration that instructs a user equipment (UE) to transmit a first channel quality indicator (CQI) associated with a first cell having a first high speed downlink channel with the UE and a second CQI associated with a second cell having a second high speed downlink channel with the UE, and to decode traffic from one of the first cell and the second cell;
wherein the traffic is stored at the RNC and scheduled for transmission to the UE, and a portion of the traffic scheduled for transmission is routed by the RNC to the UE via the first cell; and
wherein the first CQI and the second CQI are included in one or more CQI reports that are transmitted to each of the first cell and the second cell and wherein the first cell and the second cell filters the one or more CQI reports according to parameters and level of granularity identified by the RNC;
receiving, at the RNC, the first CQI and the second CQI with at least one of the first CQI and the second CQI including whether the UE is equipped with interference cancellation and suppression capabilities according to the parameters and the level of granularity identified by the RNC;
determining, at the RNC, whether to reroute the traffic scheduled for transmission to the UE via the second cell based on receiving the first CQI and the second CQI and whether the UE is equipped with interference cancellation and suppression capabilities; and
rerouting a remaining portion of the traffic scheduled for transmission to the UE from the first cell to the second cell based on the determining,
wherein said portion comprises queued traffic packets at the RNC.

US Pat. No. 10,462,827

RANDOM ACCESS METHOD AND APPARATUS

Huawei Technologies Co., ...

1. A method, comprising:obtaining, by a user equipment, first information, wherein the first information indicates that a first subframe of a physical random access channel (PRACH) resource is available for use after a licensed-assisted access (LAA) cell successfully preempts a channel, and wherein the PRACH resource is allocated by a first base station serving the LAA cell for user equipments to access the LAA cell in a random access procedure;
receiving, by the user equipment, a first indication sent by the first base station, wherein the first indication indicates that the LAA cell has successfully preempted the channel; and
initiating, by the user equipment, the random access procedure for accessing the LAA cell according to the first information after receiving the first indication.

US Pat. No. 10,462,821

COLLISION PROCESSING FOR MESSAGE RETRANSMISSION

Cisco Technology, Inc., ...

1. A computer-implemented method of determining backoff windows in a wireless computer network, comprising:defining, by an access point in the wireless computer network, a plurality of collision patterns related to message transmission via one or more communication channels in the wireless computer network;
detecting, by the access point, occurrence of one of the plurality of collision patterns involving a group of sender nodes in the wireless computer network that have each transmitted a message to the access point and received no acknowledgement message from the access point indicating successful transmission;
setting to a first length a length of a backoff window for avoiding collision in data transmission based on a size of the group of sender nodes;
sending a first message to a first plurality of nodes in the wireless computer network, the first message instructing performance of backoff during the backoff window having the first length,
wherein the method is performed using one or more processors in the access point in the wireless computer network.

US Pat. No. 10,462,820

METHOD AND DEVICE FOR COLLISION AVOIDANCE

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Er...

1. A method implemented by a device in a wireless communication network, comprising:determining a first beam direction with a low interference condition by detecting potential interference associated with first data, the first beam direction to be used for transmitting the first data, wherein the detecting potential interference associated with the first data is based on whether the first data will be interfered by other data transmitted in the first beam direction and/or whether the first data will cause interference to other data in the first beam direction, and
wherein detecting the potential interference comprises:
detecting a second message transmitted by a further device in the wireless communication network, the second message indicating that second data is to be transmitted by the further device in a second beam direction; and
in response to detecting the second message, determining whether the potential interference exists between the first data and the second data;
broadcasting a first message indicating the first beam direction for a predetermined time period;
in response to expiration of the predetermined time period, transmitting the first data in the first beam direction,
responsive to the first data to be transmitted in the first beam direction, performing a listen-before-talk (LBT);
determining whether a channel is idle based on the LBT; and
based on determining whether the channel is idle, determining if the second data is indicated as being transmitted in the second beam direction.

US Pat. No. 10,462,817

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTROLLING CHANNEL ACCESS IN WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORK (WLAN) SYSTEM

ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMU...

1. A method of controlling channel access performed by an access point (AP) in a wireless local area network (WLAN) system, the method comprising:receiving, from a target wake time (TWT) station (STA), a request frame comprising a bit value indicating whether protection of a resource for a TWT is requested to the AP;
determining whether the resource for the TWT is to be protected;
transmitting, to the TWT STA, a response frame comprising a bit value indicating whether the resource for the TWT is to be protected, in response to receiving the request for the protecting the resource; and
transmitting, to traffic indication map (TIM) STAs, a beacon frame including TIM information indicating that the TWT STA is allowed to access during the protected resource for the TWT,
wherein an STA listens for the beacon frame including the TIM information when the STA is a TIM STA.

US Pat. No. 10,462,812

TRANSMISSION SCHEDULING FOR CONTENTION BASED CARRIER

QUALCOMM Incorporated, S...

1. A method of wireless communication, comprising:receiving a provisional grant uplink (UL) assignment at a user equipment (UE), wherein the provisional grant UL assignment identifies uplink resources for UL transmission by the UE;
performing a clear channel assessment (CCA) operation on a secondary component carrier (SCC) based on the provisional grant UL assignment, the SCC being a contention-based carrier;
transmitting a schedule request (SR), after receiving the provisional grant UL assignment, on the SCC when the CCA operation succeeds;
receiving a grant confirmation on the SCC in response to the SR; and
transmitting data on the SCC after receiving the grant confirmation.

US Pat. No. 10,462,811

TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER FOR A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

Huawei Technologies Co., ...

1. A transmitter for a wireless communication system comprising:a processor and memory storing executable instructions that, when executed by the processor, configure the processor to provide at least the following operations:
stop a transmission of a first downlink burst such that the transmission ends prior to a predetermined gap interval that is before a downlink subframe in a discovery signal measurement timing configuration (DMTC) window of the wireless communication system; and
transmit a second downlink burst in the DMTC window using listen-before-talk (LBT) based on load based equipment (LBE);
wherein transmission of the second downlink burst within the DMTC window is started time-aligned or subframe-aligned with a discovery signal transmission interval, the LBE based LBT is used in the DMTC window with a first defer period, the LBE based LBT is used outside of the DMTC window with a second defer period and the first and second defer periods are derived differently.

US Pat. No. 10,462,798

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, BASE STATION APPARATUS AND MOBILE STATION APPARATUS

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., ...

1. A base station apparatus comprising:a processor; and
a non-transitory computer-readable storage medium storing a program to be executed by the processor, the program including instructions for:
allocating a first periodicity corresponding to a transmission of reception quality information, a second periodicity corresponding to a transmission of transmission signal precoding information, and a third periodicity corresponding to a transmission of transmission signal sequence information, wherein the transmission signal sequence information is indicative of a number of transmission sequences communicable with a mobile station apparatus, wherein the first periodicity, the second periodicity, and the third periodicity are different from each other;
assigning same periodical physical uplink control channel (PUCCH) resources for a first slot in which the first periodicity, the second periodicity, and the third periodicity require that a single one of the reception quality information, transmission signal precoding information, or transmission signal sequence information be reported;
transmitting, to the mobile station apparatus through radio resource control (RRC) signaling, a transmission parameter indicative of the first periodicity, the second periodicity, the third periodicity, and information of the periodical physical uplink control channel resources; and
assigning same physical uplink shared channel (PUSCH) resources for transmission, in a second slot, wherein the second slot is a slot in which the first periodicity, the second periodicity, and the third periodicity require that at least two different ones of the reception quality information, transmission signal precoding information, or transmission signal sequence information be reported in the same second slot.

US Pat. No. 10,462,794

DEFERENTIAL CHANNEL SELECTION OF CHANNELS IN UNLICENSED SPECTRUM

T-Mobile USA, Inc., Bell...

1. A method comprising:receiving, by an access point, a request to select an operating channel for a computing device;
determining, by the access point, a network service provider associated with the access point;
determining, by the access point, that a first neighboring access point of a plurality of neighboring access points is associated with the network service provider;
determining, by the access point, a first channel of the first neighboring access point, wherein the first channel is in an unlicensed spectrum;
determining, by the access point, that a second neighboring access point of the plurality of neighboring access points is not associated with the network service provider;
determining, by the access point, a second channel of the second neighboring access point, wherein the second channel is in an unlicensed spectrum;
performing, by the access point, a scan of a plurality of available channels in the unlicensed spectrum, wherein the plurality of available channels does not include the first channel and includes the second channel in response to determining that the first neighboring access point is associated with the network service provider and that the second neighboring access point is not associated with the network service provider; and
selecting, by the access point, the operating channel based at least partly on the scan of the plurality of available channels in the unlicensed spectrum.

US Pat. No. 10,462,789

VARIABLE FREQUENCY DATA TRANSMISSION

Cyborg Inc., Montverde, ...

1. A system comprising at leasta transcoder adapted for partitioning data into partitions, wherein, the transcoder assigns a unique predetermined frequency to each partition, the unique predetermined frequency based on each partition's given pattern;
at least one antenna of a transceiver, coupled with the transcoder, for emitting one or more of the predetermined frequencies through a medium; and
wherein the assignment of a unique predetermined frequency to each partition based on the partition's pattern is performed using a data set or lookup table.

US Pat. No. 10,462,492

METHOD AND DEVICE FOR ENCODING A HDR PICTURE

INTERDIGITAL VC HOLDINGS,...

1. A method for coding a HDR picture comprising:mapping the HDR picture to obtain a SDR picture;
determining color correcting parameters;
color correcting said SDR picture responsive to said color correcting parameters;
encoding the color corrected SDR picture and the color correcting parameters in a backward compatible stream, so that a corresponding HDR picture can be generated from the SDR picture and the color correcting parameters; wherein the method operates in a YCbCr color space; and
wherein determining color correcting parameters comprises:
determining color correcting parameters comprises:
determining an intermediate reference SDR picture so that luminance of the intermediate picture is equal to luminance values of the obtained SDR picture and hue is preserved between said HDR picture and said intermediate reference SDR picture;
determining the color correcting parameters for Cb and Cr components from said intermediate reference SDR picture and from said obtained SDR picture.

US Pat. No. 10,461,802

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR AN ADAPTIVE FILTER ARCHITECTURE

ISCO International, LLC, ...

1. A device, comprising:a processing system including a processor; and
a memory that stores executable instructions that, when executed by the processing system, facilitate performance of operations, comprising:
obtaining a signal strength for each of a first plurality of channels within a first Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) signal within a radio frequency spectrum resulting in a first plurality of signal strengths for a first time period;
sorting the first plurality of signal strengths of the first plurality of channels according to signal strength;
selecting a first portion of the first plurality of signal strengths and a second portion of the first plurality of signal strengths, wherein each of the signal strengths of the first portion has a higher value than each of the signal strengths of the second portion;
identifying a channel for each of the first portion of the first plurality of signal strengths resulting in a first portion of the first plurality of channels;
obtaining a signal strength for each of a second plurality of channels within a second DSSS signal resulting in a second plurality of signal strengths for a second time period;
sorting the second plurality of signal strengths of the second plurality of channels according to signal strength;
selecting a third portion of the second plurality of signal strengths and a fourth portion of the second plurality of signal strengths, wherein each of the signal strengths of the third portion has a higher value than each of the signal strengths of the fourth portion;
identifying a channel for each of the third portion of the second plurality of signal strengths resulting in a second portion of the second plurality of channels;
identifying common channels between the first portion of the first plurality of channels and the second portion of the second plurality of channels;
determining the common channels are above a threshold;
receiving a third DSSS signal for a third time period within the radio frequency spectrum; and
filtering the third DSSS signal to filter a first portion of a group of interference signals using a filter.

US Pat. No. 10,461,687

TESTING OF A PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL

Solaredge Technologies Lt...

1. A method comprising:activating a bypass link between an input of an electronic module and an output of the electronic module;
performing a flash test on a photovoltaic panel while the bypass link is activated, wherein the photovoltaic panel is connected to the input of the electronic module; and
deactivating the bypass link between the input of the electronic module and the output of the electronic module responsive to a determination that the flash test is complete.

US Pat. No. 10,461,635

LOW VIN HIGH EFFICIENCY CHARGEPUMP

Analog Devices Global Unl...

1. A charge pump circuit comprising:a first charge transfer circuit path coupled including a first boost capacitor coupled to a first clock input, a first charge switch coupled to a circuit input, and a first discharge switch coupled to a circuit output, wherein a source-or-drain connection of the first charge switch is coupled to a source-or-drain connection of the first discharge switch;
a second charge transfer circuit path including a second boost capacitor coupled to a second clock input, a second charge switch coupled to the circuit input, and a second discharge switch coupled to the circuit output, wherein a source-or-drain connection of the second charge switch is coupled to a source-or-drain connection of the second discharge switch;
a first charge control circuit including a first gate switch coupled to a gate input of the first charge switch, and a first gate-drive capacitor coupled to a third clock input and the gate input of the second charge switch; and
a second charge control circuit including a second gate switch coupled to a gate input of the second charge switch, and a second gate-drive capacitor coupled to a fourth clock input and the gate input of the first charge switch.

US Pat. No. 10,459,255

COMPENSATING VISUAL IMPAIRMENT BY USING AN EYE-MOUNTED DISPLAY

Tectus Corporation, Sara...

1. A method for enhancing vision of a user with visual impairment, the method comprising:capturing images of a user's unimpaired view of a surrounding environment;
modifying the captured images to create compensated images, the modification compensating for the user's visual impairment; and
projecting, by an eye-mounted display, the compensated images onto the user's retina;
where the visual impairment is that a portion of the user's unimpaired view would be imaged by the user's eye to a damaged section of the user's retina, and the eye-mounted display projects the compensated images away from the damaged section of the user's retina.

US Pat. No. 10,459,215

VIDEO DISPLAY DEVICE

KOPIN CORPORATION, Westb...

1. A near-to-eye video display device comprising:an eyepiece, the eyepiece having an optical axis; and
a display panel, the display panel having a display plane, the display plane to output light, the display panel has a diagonal length that is not greater than 40 mm near a front focal position of the eyepiece, wherein the eyepiece further comprising:
a first lens group and a second lens group in order from a side of the display panel in a positive direction, where the positive direction is a direction in which light emitted from the display panel travels along the optical axis; the first lens group further comprising:
a first element that is a refractive lens and that has a first optical surface on the side of the display panel and a second optical surface on a side of the positive direction, wherein the first optical surface has a negative refractive power and an outer region of the second optical surface has a negative curvature and is convex toward the outside of a lens medium; the second lens group further comprising, in order from the display panel in the positive direction, a second element that has a Fresnel surface facing the side of the positive direction and having a positive refractive power, and a third element that has a Fresnel surface facing the side of the display panel and having a positive refractive power, the second element and the third element being arranged close to each other; and the eyepiece emits light at a maximum field angle that is not less than 80 degrees.

US Pat. No. 10,459,105

AIRBORNE LOCATOR OF AN UNDERGROUND OBJECT

The Charles Machine Works...

1. A system comprising:a signal transmitter;
an underground line comprising a first end and a length extending from the first end, wherein the signal transmitter is coupled to the underground line at the first end to generate a magnetic field along and about the length of the underground line; and
a self-propelled autonomous receiver comprising:
an antenna assembly to detect the magnetic field and generate an antenna signal;
a processor programmed to receive the antenna signal and generate a command signal; and
a propulsion system to receive the command signal and move the receiver to a position above the underground line.

US Pat. No. 10,459,076

MOTION DETECTION BASED ON BEAMFORMING DYNAMIC INFORMATION

Cognitive Systems Corp., ...

1. A motion detection method, comprising:obtaining beamforming dynamic information based on a set of wireless signals transmitted through a space from a first wireless communication device to a second wireless communication device; and
detecting, by operation of one or more processors, motion of an object in the space by analyzing changes in the beamforming dynamic information over time;
wherein analyzing changes in the beamforming dynamic information over time comprises:
generating spatial maps based on the beamforming dynamic information, and
analyzing changes in the spatial maps over time.

US Pat. No. 10,459,074

DETERMINING A LOCATION OF MOTION DETECTED FROM WIRELESS SIGNALS BASED ON WIRELESS LINK COUNTING

Cognitive Systems Corp., ...

1. A method comprising:obtaining a set of motion indicator values associated with a time frame, the set of motion indicator values indicating motion detected from wireless links in a wireless communication network during the time frame, each motion indicator value associated with a respective wireless link, each wireless link defined between a respective pair of wireless communication devices in the wireless communication network;
identifying a subset of the wireless links based on a magnitude of their respective motion indicator values relative to other motion indicator values in the set of motion indicator values;
generating count values for the wireless communication devices connected to the wireless communication network during the time frame, the count value for each wireless communication device indicating how many wireless links in the identified subset are defined by the wireless communication device; and
generating a probability vector based on the count values and comprising values for the connected wireless communication devices, the value for each connected wireless communication device representing a probability of motion at the connected wireless communication device during the time frame.

US Pat. No. 10,458,998

DEVICE FOR PROCESSING SAMPLES

QIAGEN GMBH, Hilden (DE)...

1. A device configured to process samples, comprising:a module configured to receive and/or output at least one of a sample vessel and a process vessel,
a transport module configured to transport the process vessel,
a sample conditioning module configured to perform sample conditioning, and
comprising a lysis module and an extraction module,
wherein the extraction module comprises at least one plastic sleeve comprising a hollow region inside the sleeve and at least one magnet removably disposed inside the hollow region,
wherein, when the at least one magnet disposed inside the hollow region is positioned inside the process vessel, the at least one magnet attracts at least one analyte bound to a magnetic particle onto the outside surface of the sleeve,
a preparation module configured to prepare a sequential process for the at least one analyte,
a plurality of control modules configured to recognize the type of a sample vessel, by acquisition of the dimensions by means of at least one of a bar code scanner and a laser scanner,
wherein the modules are dispersed throughout a plurality of units connected by a first data bus, wherein a first unit comprises the sample conditioning module, a second unit comprises the preparation module, each of the first and second units comprises a control module, and one of the units comprises a plurality of modules connected by a second data bus,
wherein each unit is placed in a separate housing, such that the sample conditioning module is structurally separate from the preparation module, and wherein the housings are removably connected such that each housing can be removed without removing another housing, and
wherein each of the modules comprises a microcontroller or microprocessor configured to control progress inside the module and communication with another module.

US Pat. No. 10,458,985

CELL-SURFACE MARKER OF EARLY MSC AGING

The Administrators of the...

5. A method of identifying multipotent mesenchymal stem cells of high trilineage potential in early passages comprising the steps of:a) collecting mesenchymal stem cells, the collected mesenchymal stem cells having not undergone more than five passages;
b) introducing fluorescent antibodies against CD264 to the collected mesenchymal stem cells;
c) sorting the mesenchymal stem cells based on positive and negative CD264 expression;
d) collecting the mesenchymal stem cells that are not bound by the fluorescent antibodies; and,
e) identifying CD264- cells as the multipotent mesenchymal stem cells of high trilineage potential.

US Pat. No. 10,458,804

METHODS OF OBTAINING AND USING POINT OF INTEREST DATA

TOMTOM TRAFFIC B.V., Ams...

1. A method of obtaining data indicative of a duration time for a dynamic POI, the duration time being a time that the dynamic POI remains in a first state before changing to a second state following initiation of the first state, the method comprising:creating data indicative of the dynamic POI in response to receiving data indicative of the existence of the dynamic POI;
obtaining data identifying a geographic location of the dynamic POI;
accessing a database storing data indicative of a plurality of duration time functions, each duration time function being associated with data indicative of a given geographic region, and each duration time function being indicative of a variation in duration time with respect to time of dynamic POIs of a set of one or more dynamic POIs, wherein the dynamic POIs of the set of one or more dynamic POIs are associated with data indicative of the given geographic region, wherein the variation in duration time of each duration time function is determined based on obtained data indicative of a plurality of duration times, in respect of a given time, for the respective set of one or more dynamic POIs associated with data indicative of the given respective geographic region;
selecting, from the stored plurality of duration time functions, a duration time function based on the geographic location of the dynamic POI such that the selected duration time function's associated given geographic region includes the geographic location of the dynamic POI;
obtaining the data indicative of the duration time for the dynamic POI using the selected duration time function to determine a duration time for the dynamic POI for a time of interest;
associating the obtained data indicative of the duration time with the created data indicative of the dynamic POI; and
transmitting, to one or more remote devices, the obtained data indicative of the duration time for the dynamic POI and information to enable the one or more remote devices to identify a type and location of the dynamic POI.

US Pat. No. 10,458,567

PROCESS MEDIUM-CONTROLLED REGULATING VALVE

Grohe AG, Hemer (DE)

1. A process medium-controlled regulating valve for a liquid throughflow regulator, comprising:a main valve that has a main valve piston with an adjustable stroke in the axial direction;
a main valve seat that interacts with the main valve and delimits an outlet chamber radially on an inside and an inlet chamber radially on an outside;
a pilot valve for controlling the main valve piston, the pilot valve comprising on a side of the main valve piston which faces away from the main valve seat, a control chamber that is fluidically connected via a pilot line in the main valve piston to the inlet chamber and via a pressure relief line to the outlet chamber, and has a pilot valve piston which closes the pressure relief line in a closed position with a build-up of a closing pressure in the control chamber and with a stroke adjustment of the main valve piston in a closing direction, and which opens the pressure relief line in an open position with pressure equalization between the control chamber and the outlet chamber and with a stroke adjustment of the main valve piston in an opening direction;
a cleaning wire element that is stationary in an axial direction is guided through the pilot line, the pilot line being adapted to be moved along the cleaning wire element, which is guided therein, during the stroke adjustment of the main valve piston in the closing direction and the opening direction, the cleaning wire element having an actuating contour which, at least during the stroke adjustment of the main valve piston in the closing direction and the opening direction, is adapted to be brought into sliding contact with a counter-contour formed on the main valve piston or with the build-up of a transverse force which acts on the cleaning wire element,
wherein the cleaning wire element has a wire body portion provided inside of the pilot line and a free wire end that extends from a distal end of the wire body portion, an entirety of the free wire end being angled with respect to the wire body portion provided inside of the pilot line,
wherein the counter-contour of the main valve piston is an opening edge of an opening of the pilot line and the actuating contour of the cleaning wire element is the free wire end, and
wherein in the stroke adjustment of the main valve piston in the opening direction, the entirety of the free wire end is positioned outside of the pilot line and in the stroke adjustment of the main valve piston in the closing direction, a portion of the free wire end is guided through the opening of the pilot line, such that the portion of the free wire end is positioned inside of the pilot line.

US Pat. No. 10,457,605

COMPOSITE MATERIALS, METHODS OF PRODUCTION AND USES THEREOF

Solidia Technologies, Inc...

1. An article of manufacture comprising a composite material distributed as a plurality of discrete concrete objects; wherein one or more ducts or channels are arranged between or through the plurality of discrete concrete objects to form a fluid transport system within the one or more ducts or channels and/or with an exterior of the plurality of discrete objects, wherein the composite material comprises:a plurality of bonding elements, wherein, each bonding element comprises:
a core comprising primarily calcium silicate,
a silica-rich first or inner layer, and
a calcium carbonate-rich second or outer layer; and
filler particles comprising coarse filler particles and/or fine filler particles, wherein the plurality of bonding elements and the plurality of filler particles together form one or more bonding matrices and the bonding elements and the filler particles are substantially evenly dispersed therein and bonded together.
US Pat. No. 10,457,711

DERMATOPHAGOIDES FARINAE PROTEIN

TAIHO PHARMACEUTICAL CO.,...

1. A method for preventing or treating an allergic disease caused by Dermatophagoides farinae, the method comprising administering a Dermatophagoides farinae protein selected from the group consisting of (a), (b) and (c) below, or a fragment peptide comprising 10 to 34 amino acid residues of (a), (b) or (c) below, to a patient in need thereof:(a) a protein comprising the amino acid sequence of SEQ ID NO:2;
(b) a protein comprising an amino acid sequence in which one to ten amino acids have been substituted or deleted, and/or one or several amino acids have been added, relative to the amino acid sequence of SEQ ID NO:2, and having allergenicity of Dermatophagoides farina; and
(c) a protein comprising an amino acid sequence having 90% or higher identity with the amino acid sequence of SEQ ID NO:2, and having allergenicity of Dermatophagoides farinae.
US Pat. No. 10,458,051

FINISHING COMPOSITION FOR PAINTABLE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS OBTAINED

SAINT-GOBAIN ADFORS, Cou...

1. An aqueous finishing composition, comprising:at least one polyglycerol,
at least one organic polycarboxylic acid containing at least three carboxyl groups,
at least one esterification catalyst,
at least one plasticizer, and
at least one thickener selected from a group consisting of cellulose derivatives, succinoglycans and xanthans.

US Pat. No. 10,462,940

THERMAL MANAGEMENT DEVICE FOR HEAT GENERATING POWER ELECTRONICS INCORPORATING HIGH THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY PYROLYTIC GRAPHITE AND COOLING TUBES

CPS Technologies, Norton...

1. A system for cooling at least one high power, heat generating device, comprising:a metal matrix composite having a coefficient of thermal expansion substantially equal to that of said at least one high power, heat generating device, said metal matrix composite having an interior volume, a top external surface, and a bottom external surface;
a cooling channel positioned within said interior volume of said metal matrix composite, the cooling channel having an inlet and outlet and connected to a liquid source, said coolant channel confining a flow of a liquid within said metal matrix composite;
at least one Pyrolytic Graphite insert positioned within said interior volume of said metal matrix composite, said at least one Pyrolytic Graphite insert having a surface area bound by a plurality of peripheral edges;
at least one of said plurality of peripheral edges of said at least one Pyrolytic Graphite insert laterally positioned in close proximity to said cooling channel; and
at least one of said at least one high power, heat generating device positioned on said top external surface of said metal matrix composite in a substantially parallel relationship with said surface area of said at least one Pyrolytic Graphite insert, wherein said at least one high power, heat generating device positioned on said top external surface of said metal matrix composite further includes a substrate positioned between said at least one of said at least one high power, heat generating device and said at least one Pyrolytic Graphite insert, wherein said substrate is positioned within said interior volume of said metal matrix composite, said substrate having a top surface coplanar to said top external surface of said metal matrix composite.

US Pat. No. 10,462,939

SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE

Mitsubishi Electric Corpo...

1. A semiconductor device comprising:a cooling jacket having an inlet for coolant and an outlet for the coolant;
a base plate;
a first semiconductor element provided on the base plate;
a second semiconductor element provided on the base plate;
a first fin provided directly under the first semiconductor element on a back surface of the base plate and placed within the cooling jacket;
a second fin provided directly under the second semiconductor element on the back surface of the base plate and placed within the cooling jacket; and
a separator provided within the cooling jacket, the separator having a first surface facing a first portion of the back surface of the base plate at which the first fin is provided, and a second surface facing a second portion of the back surface of the base plate at which the second fin is provided, and the separator being configured to divide the coolant entering the cooling jacket through the inlet into portions that pass through a first space between the first surface and the first portion of the back surface of the base plate past the first fin, and through a second space between the second surface and the second portion of the back surface of the base plate past the second fin, to respectively cool the first fin and the second fin,
wherein the separator is a separate structure from the cooling jacket.

US Pat. No. 10,462,923

POWER MODULE, POWER CONVERTER AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF POWER MODULE

DELTA ELECTRONICS (SHANGH...

17. A power converter, comprising:a power module of claim 1;
a power input terminal connected to the power module; and
a power output terminal connected to the power module; wherein the power input terminal receives an input voltage which is converted by the power module into an output voltage outputted through the power output terminal.

US Pat. No. 10,462,889

ELECTRICAL PULSE GENERATOR

1. Electrical pulse generator intended to power a dielectric-barrier discharge device, the generator comprising an inductor intended to store energy that is delivered, during a charge phase, by a DC voltage source to two power supply terminals of the generator, and to transfer said energy to the dielectric-barrier discharge device during a discharge phase by the intermediary of a step-up transformer, the generator further comprising:an arrangement of a first and of a second circuits in series that are connected at a node N of the generator,
the first circuit comprising two parallel branches, one of the two branches comprising the inductor, and the other branch comprising, in series, a diode connected by its anode to the node N, and by its cathode to the primary circuit of the step-up transformer, the secondary circuit of the step-up transformer, the secondary circuit of the step-up transformer being intended to be connected to the dielectric-barrier discharge device,
the second circuit comprising a controlled switch of which the closing and the opening control, respectively, the charge and discharge phases.

US Pat. No. 10,462,874

WAVELENGTH SENSING LIGHTING SYSTEM AND ASSOCIATED METHODS

Environmental Light Techn...

1. A lighting system comprising:a light source operable to emit a source light;
a sensor configured to sense environmental light from an environment; and
a controller coupled to each of the sensor and the light source and configured to analyze the environmental light sensed by the sensor to at least one of detect and generate data relating to a condition of the environment, the data being transmittable in a transmitted data light;
wherein the sensor is configured to sense the presence or absence of a dominant wavelength associated with the environmental light;
wherein the controller is configured to correlate the dominant wavelength with a substance;
wherein the controller is configured to detect a level of the dominant wavelength correlated with the substance; and
wherein the controller is configured to operate the lighting system to generate an alert based upon the detected level of the dominant wavelength.

US Pat. No. 10,462,852

IR TEMPERATURE SENSOR FOR INDUCTION HEATING OF FOOD ITEMS

TURBOCHEF TECHNOLOGIES, I...

1. A system for measuring the temperature of cookware to be induction-heated, comprising:an induction heater having a countertop for supporting the cookware;
an infrared temperature sensor at least partially covered with a metal tube to narrow the field of view of the sensor;
a controller, an electronic storage medium, and an induction heating coil in responsive communication with the controller;
the countertop comprising a first material and having a viewing window comprising a second material located between the infrared temperature sensor and the cookware, wherein the viewing window prevents fluids or other physical contaminants from contacting the induction heater while providing visibility to infrared waves;
wherein a temperature of the cookware is sensed using the infrared temperature sensor, and the controller applies an algorithm stored in the electronic storage medium and utilizing a measured temperature of the metal tube, to adjust the sensed temperature to account for the narrowed field of view of the infrared temperature sensor, thereby providing a more accurate temperature of a portion of the heated cookware within the narrowed field of view.

US Pat. No. 10,462,845

COMMUNICATION DEVICE

Brother Kogyo Kabushiki K...

1. A communication device comprising:a first type of interface for executing a wireless communication with a mobile device according to a first communication system, the first type of interface sending the mobile device a first wireless setting for causing the mobile device to belong to a first wireless network in response to receiving predetermined information from the mobile device, the first wireless setting being used for a wireless communication using a second type of interface, the second type of interface being for executing a wireless communication with the mobile device according to a second communication system different from the first communication system, a communication speed of the wireless communication using the second type of interface being faster than a communication speed of the wireless communication using the first type of interface;
the second type of interface;
one or more processors; and
a memory that stores computer-readable instructions therein, the computer-readable instructions, when executed by the one or more processors, causing the communication device to execute:
shifting the communication device to a parent station state from a specific state different from the parent station state after the first type of interface receives the predetermined information, the communication device functioning as a parent station of the first wireless network in the parent station state, the first wireless network being a network for executing a wireless communication with an external device using the second type of interface;
receiving a first request including the first wireless setting, sent by the first type of interface, from the mobile device using the second type of interface after shifting the communication device to the parent station state, the first request being for requesting the communication device to belong to the first wireless network in which the communication device functions as the parent station;
causing the mobile device to belong to the first wireless network in which the communication device functions as the parent station in response to receiving the first request; and
executing a wireless communication of first target data with the mobile device using the second type of interface via the first wireless network after the mobile device belongs to the first wireless network.

US Pat. No. 10,462,803

CONTROL SIGNALING FOR DEVICE TO DEVICE COMMUNICATION

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Er...

1. A method for a network node, comprising: identifying a device-to-device (D2D) control condition for broadcasting a control signal to a group of D2D user devices; broadcasting the control signal to the group of D2D user devices, based on the identified control condition, wherein the control signal includes a resources history field indicative of a set of physical resources previously allocated to the group of D2D user devices, wherein the resources history field may have at least one null entry that indicates no physical resources have been previously allocated to at least one of the D2D user devices in the group of D2D user devices.

US Pat. No. 10,462,799

FIRST NODE AND A METHOD THEREIN

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Er...

1. A method performed by a first node for controlling transmission of a first signal, wherein the first node is operating in a Basic Service Set, BSS, comprised in a Wireless Local Area Network, WLAN, and wherein the method comprises:detecting a second signal transmitted from a second node operating in the WLAN;
determining a node type of the second node;
comparing a signal strength of the second signal with a threshold value for the second node, wherein the threshold value for the second node is determined based on the node type of the second node, wherein each threshold value for each one of a plurality of node types including the node type of the second node comprises a different threshold value than each other node type of the plurality of node types;
transmitting the first signal when the signal strength of the second signal is below the threshold value; and
deferring from transmitting the first signal when the signal strength of the second signal is above the threshold value, whereby the transmission of the first signal is controlled.

US Pat. No. 10,462,797

METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR USING BANDWIDTH SUBJECT TO CELLULAR INTERFERENCE

Time Warner Cable Enterpr...

1. A communications method comprising:operating a traffic classifier, in a communications device of a communications network, to classify traffic based on at least whether the traffic is being communicated using a retry mechanism in the event of a communication error, the traffic classifier classifying traffic communicated using a communications protocol which supports a retry communications mechanism as being traffic of a first type and traffic communicated using a communications protocol which does not support a communications retry mechanism as traffic of a second type; and
operating a traffic to channel assignment device, located in the communications device, to assign classified traffic of the first and second types to communications channels based on traffic classification, said assigning including assigning at least some traffic of said first type to communications channels in a first group of communications channels, said first group of communications channels corresponding to frequencies which are subject to wireless communications device interference, said assigning classified traffic further including assigning traffic of the second type to one or more communications channels in a second group of communications channels, said second group of communications channels corresponding to frequencies that are not subject to wireless communications device interference.

US Pat. No. 10,462,427

SECURING REMOTE VIDEO TRANSMISSION FOR THE REMOTE CONTROL OF A VEHICLE

Siemens Mobility SAS, Ch...

1. A method for securing a remote transmission of an image of an object intended to be captured by a photosensitive receiver of a camera of a video system and transmitted remotely by the video system, which comprises the steps of:generating an optical securing datum for the remote transmission of the image of the object, the optical securing datum being generated by a first light source, the optical securing datum being different from the object;
forming a secure optical image by optical superposition of a securing image containing the optical securing datum and of the image of the object, the image of the object being generated by a second light source being different from the first light source, the secure optical image being formed as light rays and intended to act on the photosensitive receiver of the camera in order to be converted into a video signal; and
verifying the optical securing datum carried by the video signal.

US Pat. No. 10,462,417

METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR REDUCING ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE RESULTANT FROM DATA TRANSMISSION OVER A HIGH-SPEED AUDIO/VISUAL INTERFACE

Apple Inc., Cupertino, C...

1. A method of operating a source device in an HDMI system, the method comprising:receiving an operating mode for a sink device coupled to the source device;
determining if a first operating mode is supported by the sink device, and if so, turning off one or more diodes present in an active filter circuit, otherwise if the first operating mode is not supported, turning on the one or more diodes present in the active filter circuit.

US Pat. No. 10,462,282

ESTIMATING THE ELEVATION OF A WIRELESS TERMINAL BASED ON DETERMINING THE MEASUREMENT BIAS OF A PRESSURE REFERENCE

Polaris Wireless, Inc., ...

1. A method of estimating elevation of one or more wireless terminals, the method comprising:receiving, by a data processing system, a first series of measurements of barometric pressure made at a first pressure reference, wherein the first pressure reference is at a first outdoor location and at an unknown height above a reference level, the unknown height being unknown to the data processing system;
receiving, by the data processing system, a second series of measurements of barometric pressure made at a second pressure reference, wherein the second pressure reference is at a second outdoor location and at a first known height above the reference level, the first known height being known to the data processing system;
generating, by the data processing system, a first estimate of bias of barometric pressure measured by the first pressure reference based on:
(i) the first series of measurements of the barometric pressure made at the first pressure reference,
(ii) the second series of measurements of the barometric pressure made at the second pressure reference, and
(iii) the first known height of the second pressure reference;
receiving, by the data processing system, a first measurement of the barometric pressure made at a first wireless terminal;
receiving, by the data processing system, a subsequent measurement of barometric pressure made at the first pressure reference, wherein the subsequent measurement of the barometric pressure is separate from the first series of measurements and is received after the first series of measurements is received;
generating, by the data processing system, an estimate of the elevation of the first wireless terminal based on:
(i) the first measurement of the barometric pressure made at the first wireless terminal,
(ii) the subsequent measurement of the barometric pressure made at the first pressure reference, and
(iii) the first estimate of the bias.

US Pat. No. 10,461,379

METHOD FOR ASSEMBLING AND ACTIVATING LITHIUM-ION BASED RESERVE BATTERIES

OMNITEK PARTNERS LLC, Ro...

1. A method for assembling a lithium-ion reserve battery, the method comprising:charging an assembled lithium-ion reserve battery, the assembled lithium-ion battery including electrodes forming a battery cell, electrolyte and a membrane separating the battery cell and the electrolyte, the electrodes being charged into a charged state;
disassembling the charged lithium-ion reserve battery;
rinsing and drying at least the electrodes of the disassembled lithium-ion reserve battery; and
reassembling the lithium-ion reserve battery with the rinsed and dried electrodes in the charged state and without the electrolyte;
wherein the reassembling includes hermetically sealing a housing containing the battery cell.

US Pat. No. 10,460,682

METHOD FOR DRIVING DISPLAY PANEL PIXEL WITH LUMINANCE INTERVAL SIGNAL AND DISPLAY DEVICE THEREFOR

HKC CORPORATION LIMITED, ...

1. A method for driving display panel pixel, comprising:dividing a pixel unit of a display panel into a plurality of pixel sets;
acquiring an original driving data for each of the pixel sets, a hue of each of the pixel sets being acquired according to the original driving data;
acquiring a gray scale value lookup table according to a belonging range of the hue,
the original driving data of every blue sub-pixels in the gray scale value lookup table corresponding to a set of target gray scale value pair, each set of the target gray scale value pair comprising a first voltage signal and a second voltage signal unequal to each other, and a front viewing angle mixing luminance of the blue sub-pixels alternately driven by the first voltage signals and the second voltage signals being equivalent to a front viewing angle luminance of the blue sub-pixels driven by the original driving data;
dividing the blue sub-pixels of each pixel set into a plurality sets of blue pixel pairs, each blue pixel pair comprising a first blue sub-pixel and a second blue sub-pixel adjacent to each other, and the first blue sub-pixel of one of the blue pixel pairs of the adjacent blue pixel pairs being arranged adjacent to the second blue sub-pixel in the other one of the blue pixel pairs;
acquiring a first luminance signal according to different weight values from the first voltage signal of the first blue sub-pixel and the first voltage signals of the plurality of adjacent blue sub-pixels, the first blue sub-pixel being driven according to the first luminance signal; and
acquiring a second luminance signal according to different weight values from the second voltage signal of the second blue sub-pixel and the second voltage signals of the plurality of adjacent blue sub-pixels, the second blue sub-pixel being driven according to the second luminance signal.

US Pat. No. 10,460,581

DETERMINING A CONFIDENCE FOR A MOTION ZONE IDENTIFIED AS A LOCATION OF MOTION FOR MOTION DETECTED BY WIRELESS SIGNALS

Cognitive Systems Corp., ...

1. A method comprising:obtaining, from a database of a motion detection system, ranges of motion-zone parameters associated with respective motion zones in a space between wireless communication devices, the ranges of motion-zone parameters derived from sets of channel response data based on wireless signals communicated over wireless links through the space;
analyzing the ranges of motion-zone parameters to identify, for one or more of the motion zones, overlapping ranges of motion-zone parameters and non-overlapping parameter ranges of motion-zone parameters;
storing, in the database of the motion detection system, the overlapping and non-overlapping ranges of motion-zone parameters; and
using the overlapping and non-overlapping ranges of motion-zone parameters to identify one of the motion zones based on a motion event detected by the motion detection system.

US Pat. No. 10,460,320

FRAUD DETECTION IN HETEROGENEOUS INFORMATION NETWORKS

Electronic Arts Inc., Re...

1. A fraud detection computing system comprising:a fraud detection data store configured to store a fraud detection model generated based at least in part on a metapath including a plurality of heterogeneous data nodes associated with transaction data and also based at least in part on a feature vector indicative of chances that a plurality of transactions were fraudulent; and
a fraud detection server including one or more processors in electronic communication with a transaction processing system and with the fraud detection data store;
wherein the fraud detection computing system is configured to:
access transaction data for an electronic transaction from the transaction processing system, wherein the electronic transaction comprises transaction data including a transaction identifier and heterogeneous data values associated with the plurality of heterogeneous data nodes;
during processing of an electronic transaction,
analyze the transaction data using the fraud detection model;
determine a fraud detection indicator based at least in part on an output of the fraud detection model, the fraud detection indicator indicating a chance that the electronic transaction is fraudulent;
based on a determination that the fraud detection indicator exceeds a fraud detection threshold, generate instructions for the transaction processing system to cancel the electronic transaction; and
provide the instructions to cancel the electronic transaction to the transaction processing system before completion of the electronic transaction;
wherein, to iteratively improve the fraud detection model, the fraud detection computing system is configured to:
evaluate a plurality of test transactions using the fraud detection model to generate a plurality of risk scores associated with the test transactions;
determine a test feature vector based at least in part on the plurality of test transactions and the plurality of risk scores associated with the test transactions; and
regenerate the fraud detection model based at least in part on the test feature vector.

US Pat. No. 10,460,277

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE LANGUAGE MACROS

BUSINESS OBJECTS SOFTWARE...

1. A business intelligence language system, comprising:(a) a business and data models data store mapping semantic layer information with data foundation model information;
(b) a data source database;
(c) a business intelligence language expansion and compilation platform, coupled to the business and data models data store and to the data source database, configured to:
(i) receive a business intelligence language expression, containing at least one macro sub-expression, from a user,
(ii) access the mapping information in the business and data models data store to perform expansion and compilation operations on the received business intelligence language expression, and
(iii) as a result of said operations, provide a native query to the data source database; and
(d) a business intelligence language result set manager, coupled to the data source database, and configured to:
(iv) retrieve data from the data source database responsive to the native query, and
(v) output a business intelligence language result set to the user in response to the business intelligence language expression.

US Pat. No. 10,458,739

SILENCER BAFFLE ASSEMBLY

RA Brands, L.L.C., Madis...

1. A silencer comprising:a silencer body with an inner wall defining an interior chamber;
a connector located at a rearward end of the silencer body for connection of the silencer to a host firearm; and
a baffle assembly received within the silencer body, the baffle assembly comprising a plurality of baffle elements received in aligned, stacked series along the interior chamber of the silencer body so as to define a baffle core for the silencer, wherein at least some of the baffle elements include an alignment tab and an alignment notch, and wherein the alignment tabs engage the alignment notches of adjacent baffle elements,
wherein each of the baffle elements comprises a baffle, and a spacer located rearwardly of the baffle and having a body configured to receive the baffle of an adjacent baffle element therein, with successive stacked baffle elements being arranged in a desired rotational orientation and mounted together in a substantially sealed arrangement sufficient to substantially contain and impede escape of carbon, unburned powder, and other elements of combustion that will foul or create an obstructive buildup between the baffle core and an interior side wall of the silencer body, from the baffle core,
wherein each of the alignment notches are located along a forward end of one of the baffles, and wherein each alignment tab is located along an interior portion of the spacer of each baffle element, such that a point of connection between the alignment tabs and alignment notches of successive baffle elements is located within an area substantially enclosed by the bodies of the spacers of the stacked baffle elements.

US Pat. No. 10,458,195

APPARATUSES AND METHODS FOR LOCATING AND SHIFTING A DOWNHOLE FLOW CONTROL MEMBER

NCS Multistage Inc., Cal...

1. A downhole tool comprising:a locator including:
a wellbore coupler for becoming releasably retained relative to a locate profile; and
a wellbore coupler release opposer configured for opposing release of the wellbore coupler from the retention relative to the locate profile;
wherein the wellbore coupler and the wellbore coupler release opposer are co-operatively configured such that, while the opposing of the release of the wellbore coupler from the retention relative to the locate profile is being effected by the wellbore coupler release opposer, relative displacement between the wellbore coupler release opposer and the wellbore coupler is effectible, with effect that the opposing is defeated;
and
a displacement impeder for impeding the relative displacement between the wellbore coupler release opposer and the wellbore coupler;
wherein the wellbore coupler release opposer and the displacement impeder are relatively positionable such that:
while:
the wellbore coupler release opposer and the displacement impeder are co-operatively disposed in a first orientation;
the wellbore coupler is releasably retained relative to the locate profile;
release of the wellbore coupler from retention relative to the locate profile is being opposed by the wellbore coupler release opposer;
relative displacement between the wellbore coupler release opposer and the wellbore coupler is being effected while the release is being opposed by the wellbore coupler release opposer;
the relative displacement between the wellbore coupler release opposer and the wellbore coupler, while the release is being opposed by the wellbore coupler release opposer, is impeded by the displacement impeder;
and while:
the wellbore coupler release opposer and the displacement impeder are co-operatively disposed in a second orientation;
the wellbore coupler is releasably retained relative to the locate profile; and
release of the wellbore coupler from retention relative to the locate profile is being opposed by the wellbore coupler release opposer;
relative displacement between the wellbore coupler release opposer and the wellbore coupler, is being effected while the release is being opposed by the wellbore coupler release opposer;
impeding of the relative displacement between the wellbore coupler release opposer and the wellbore coupler, by the displacement impeder, while the release is being opposed by the wellbore coupler release opposer, is prevented or substantially prevented.

US Pat. No. 10,458,182

LOAD TRANSFER STATIONS

Oshkosh Corporation, Osh...

1. A fire apparatus comprising:a chassis;
a plurality of axles coupled to the chassis;
a turntable rotatably coupled to the chassis; and
an aerial ladder assembly pivotably coupled the turntable, the aerial ladder assembly comprising:
a first ladder section extending longitudinally;
a second ladder section extending longitudinally;
a first support slidably coupling the second ladder section to the first ladder section such that the first ladder section supports the second ladder section; and
a second support pivotably coupled to the first ladder section;
wherein the support facilitates longitudinal movement of the second ladder section relative to the first ladder section between an extended position and a retracted position, and wherein the support is pivotably coupled to the first ladder section; and
wherein at least one of:
the second support is positioned rearward of the first support, and the second support is configured to slidably engage the second ladder section when the second ladder section is in the extended position; or
the aerial ladder assembly further comprises a third support coupled to the first ladder section, the first support is configured to limit both upward vertical movement and downward vertical movement of the second ladder section relative to the first ladder section, the second support is configured to limit upward vertical movement of the second ladder section relative to the first ladder section, and the third support is configured to limit downward vertical movement of the second ladder section relative to the first ladder section.

US Pat. No. 10,457,633

UREA PRODUCTION WITH CONTROLLED BIURET

STAMICARBON B.V., Sittar...

1. A process for producing urea, the process comprisinga. subjecting ammonia and carbon dioxide to urea forming conditions in a urea synthesis section, thereby producing a urea aqueous stream;
b. sending the urea aqueous stream to a recovery section;
c. subjecting, in the recovery section, the urea aqueous stream to recovery of unreacted ammonia and carbon dioxide from said urea aqueous stream, thereby producing recovered ammonia and carbon dioxide, and a purified urea aqueous stream;
d. recycling said recovered ammonia and carbon dioxide to the synthesis section;
e. sending the purified urea aqueous stream to a concentration section;
f. subjecting, in the concentration section, the purified urea aqueous stream to removal of water, thereby producing a concentrated urea stream;
wherein the residence time of the purified urea aqueous stream in the concentration section is controlled independently of the volume flow per time interval of the purified urea aqueous stream into the concentration section.

US Pat. No. 10,457,537

TOUCH SCREEN INTERFACE FOR A BEVERAGE DISPENSING MACHINE

Automatic Bar Controls, I...

1. A control system for a beverage dispenser, the control system comprising:a touch screen;
a plurality of beverage dispensing valves coupled to a plurality of fluid lines; and
a control unit electrically coupled to the touch screen and the plurality of valves, the control unit configured to:
display a graphical configuration on the touch screen for sanitizing the plurality of fluid lines;
receive an input from the touch screen selecting at least one fluid line for sanitization; and
control the plurality of valves to provide sanitizing fluid to the at least one selected fluid line for a predetermined time interval.

US Pat. No. 10,457,294

NEURAL NETWORK BASED SAFETY MONITORING SYSTEM FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

BAIDU USA LLC, Sunnyvale...

1. A computer-implemented method to alert a user to intervene an autonomous driving system (ADS) of an autonomous driving vehicle (ADV), the method comprising:receiving sensor data from a plurality of sensors of the ADV;
extracting a predetermined number of features from the sensor data using a machine learning model;
determining whether to alert a user to intervene the ADS based on the extracted features using the machine learning model;
generating a safety alarm based on the determining whether to alert the user to intervene the ADS; and
alerting the user to intervene the ADS of the ADV based on the generated safety alarm.

US Pat. No. 10,456,795

NOZZLE ADJUSTMENT DEVICE AND NOZZLE ADJUSTMENT METHOD

HKC CORPORATION LIMITED, ...

1. A nozzle adjustment device, comprising:an adjustment sheet;
a spray pipe positioning unit, comprising spray pipe positioning holes symmetrical in pairs disposed on the adjustment sheet and two spray pipe positioning bolts for being inserted into the spray pipe positioning holes; and
a nozzle positioning unit, comprising a nozzle positioning hole disposed at the center of the adjustment sheet and an angle fixing portion homocentrically disposed on a periphery of the nozzle positioning hole, wherein the angle fixing portion is a rotating disc structure capable of homocentrically rotating relative to the adjustment sheet, angle auxiliary scales are disposed on an edge of the angle fixing portion and the adjustment sheet at corresponding positions, two symmetrical angle positioning holes and two symmetrical angle positioning bolts are further disposed on the angle fixing portion, and when the angle positioning bolts are inserted into the angle positioning holes and are forced tight, an angle of the angle positioning portion relative to the adjustment sheet is fixed at a preset angle.

US Pat. No. 10,456,496

SYSTEM AND METHOD OF DISINFECTING SURFACES WITHIN AND AROUND VANITY MIRRORS

SteriLumen, Inc., Tarryt...

1. Disinfecting vanity mirror comprising a substantially enclosed cabinet having top, bottom and lateral ends and rear and front walls when mounted on a vertical surface, said cabinet ends and said walls together forming an interior space defining a vertical direction extending between said top and bottom ends, said front wall comprising a mirror panel movable between an open position to provide access to said interior space and a closed position to substantially enclose said enclosed space; mounting means for mounting said cabinet on a wall; and at least one UV light source within said enclosed space arranged to sanitize air and surfaces within substantially said entire enclosed space when said mirror panel is in said closed position, said mounting means including a hinge at one of said one lateral ends to movably mount said cabinet between a normally closed position substantially juxtaposed against the wall and an open position to provide access to a surface normally covered by said cabinet when in said closed position, said hinge enabling independent movement of said cabinet and said mirror panel relative to said cabinet whereby said normally covered surface can be cleaned and disinfected when said cabinet is moved to said open position.

US Pat. No. 10,456,473

LIPID COMPOSITIONS

Arbutus Biopharma Corpora...

1. A method of making a compound of formula (IV)
wherein each R is independently H, alkyl,

 provided that at least one R is

R1, for each occurrence, is independently H, R3,

 wherein R3 is optionally substituted with one or more substituent;
R2, for each occurrence, is independently, alkyl, alkenyl, alkynyl, heteroalkyl, heteroalkenyl, or heteroalkynyl; each of which is optionally substituted with one or more substituent;
R3, for each occurrence, is independently, alkyl, alkenyl, alkynyl, heteroalkyl, heteroalkenyl, or heteroalkynyl; each of which is optionally substituted with one or more substituent;
Y, for each occurrence, is independently, O, NR4, or S;
R4, for each occurrence, is independently, H alkyl, alkenyl, alkynyl, heteroalkyl, heteroalkenyl, or heteroalkynyl; each of which is optionally substituted with one or more substituent;
the method comprising contacting an enantiomerically enriched ?-hydroxyalkyl synthetic equivalent that is a precursor to R, wherein the functional groups provided by the ?-hydroxyalkyl synthetic equivalent undergo further reactions to afford the final R group(s) in the compound of formula (IV), the ?-hydroxyalkyl group being optionally substituted with one or more substituent, with a compound of formula (VIII)
wherein R5, for each occurrence, is independently, H, alkyl, or an amine protecting group, wherein alkyl is optionally substituted with one or more substituent; and R6, for each occurrence, is independently, H, —(CH2)2N(R5)2, or an amine protecting group.

US Pat. No. 10,455,827

CAGE TRAP WITH EASY SET AND RELEASE MECHANISM

WOODSTREAM CORPORATION, ...

1. An animal trap comprising:an animal enclosure having an animal access opening into a vacant interior sized to receive an animal to be trapped;
a door movably mounted at the access opening, the door operative in an opened orientation to reveal the animal access opening and in a closed orientation to block the animal access opening;
a set mechanism mounted to an upper side of said animal enclosure and operatively coupled to said door, said set mechanism including a movable member that is displaceable between at least two positions while remaining adjacent the upper side of the enclosure for securing the door in the opened orientation when the movable member of the set mechanism is in a set position and for allowing the door to move to said closed orientation when the trap is tripped and the movable member is displaced to a tripped position;
a trip element responsive to movement of an animal in the interior of the animal enclosure; and
a tripping assembly responsive to activation of the trip element for causing said set mechanism movable member to be displaced from its set position to allow the door to move from the opened orientation to the closed orientation.

US Pat. No. 10,455,760

SYSTEMS, METHODS, AND APPARATUS FOR CROP INPUT VARIETY SELECTION

Precision Planting LLC, ...

1. A method of calculating a volume of a seed during planting comprising:adding a known volume of seed to a seed pool, wherein the seed pool has a fill level sensor;
dispensing seeds from the seed pool, and as the seeds are dispensed, counting the number of seeds with a seed sensor;
stopping counting when the fill level sensor indicates a seed level in the seed pool is below a fill level; and
calculating seed volume based on the known volume and the number of seeds counted.

US Pat. No. 10,455,756

AGRICULTURAL TRENCH DEPTH SENSING SYSTEMS, METHODS, AND APPARATUS

Precision Planting LLC, ...

1. A method of measuring actual depth of a trench opened in a soil surface of a field by an opening disc of agricultural row unit, the agricultural row unit including a gauge wheel, the gauge wheel supported by a gauge wheel arm pivotally mounted to a frame of the agricultural row unit, a depth adjustment assembly having a plurality of selectable positions, each of the selectable positions establishing a selected trench depth by limiting an amount of upward travel of the gauge wheel relative to the opening disc, the method of measuring the actual trench depth comprising:as the agricultural row unit traverses the field with the depth adjustment assembly in one of the selectable trench depth positions, generating a trench depth signal related to an actual trench depth opened in the soil surface by the opening disc;
determining a measured trench depth value based on said trench depth signal;
determining a location of the agricultural row unit in the field based on a GPS signal;
associating said measured trench depth value with said location; and
generating a trench depth map spatially relating a plurality of locations in the field with the measured trench depth at each of said plurality of locations.
US Pat. No. 10,457,666

STABLE CRYSTAL FORM OF TIPIRACIL HYDROCHLORIDE AND CRYSTALLIZATION METHOD FOR THE SAME

TAIHO PHARMACEUTICAL CO.,...

1. Crystal Form I of 5-chloro-6-(2-iminopyrrolidin-1-yl)methyl-2,4(1H,3H)-pyrimidinedione hydrochloride exhibiting powder X-ray peaks at two or more angles selected from the group consisting of 11.6°, 17.2°, 17.8°, 23.3°, 27.1°, and 29.3° as a diffraction angle (2?±0.2°), and having a purity of at least 90% by mass.
US Pat. No. 10,456,399

METHOD FOR TREATING CANCER PATIENTS WITH SEVERE RENAL IMPAIRMENT

TAIHO PHARMACEUTICAL CO.,...

1. A method for treating cancer which is one of gastrointestinal cancer, large bowel cancer and breast cancer, comprising:detecting a creatinine clearance of a patient; and
orally administering to the patient with a creatinine clearance of less than 30 mL/min a combination drug comprising ?,?,?-trifluorothymidine (FTD) and 5-chloro-6-[(2-iminopyrrolidine-1-yl)methyl]pyrimidine-2,4(1H,3H)-dione hydrochloride in a molar ratio of 1:0.5, a daily dose of 30 to 40 mg/m2/day as FTD-equivalent, divided into two to four portions for administration.
US Pat. No. 10,458,993

ASSAY FOR ASSESSING CONFORMATIONAL STABILITY OF MEMBRANE PROTEIN

Heptares Therapeutics Lim...

1. An assay for assessing the conformational stability of a membrane protein, comprising:(a) providing a sample comprising a first population and a second population of a membrane protein; wherein the membrane protein in the first population is labelled with a donor label and the membrane protein in the second population is labelled with an acceptor label, or the membrane protein in the first population is labelled with an acceptor label and the membrane protein in the second population is labelled with a donor label, and wherein the populations of membrane protein are provided in a solubilized form,
(b) exposing the first and second populations of the membrane protein provided in the solubilized form to a denaturant or denaturing condition, and
(c) assessing aggregation between membrane proteins of the first and second populations by activating the donor label to permit a distance-dependent interaction with the acceptor label, which interaction produces a detectable signal.
US Pat. No. 10,457,986

METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR PROCESSING POLYNUCLEOTIDES

10X GENOMICS, INC., Plea...

1. A method for analyzing analytes comprising:(a) providing a first analyte, a second analyte, a cell feature binding group comprising a reporter molecule comprising a reporter barcode sequence associated with said cell feature binding group, and a support having coupled thereto a plurality of nucleic acid barcode molecules,
wherein said second analyte is a different type of analyte than said first analyte,
wherein said cell feature binding group is configured to couple to said first analyte, and
wherein said plurality of nucleic acid barcode molecules comprise (i) a common barcode sequence and (ii) a common capture sequence; and
(b) generating:
(i) a first barcoded nucleic acid molecule comprising: (1) a first sequence corresponding to said reporter barcode sequence and (2) a second sequence corresponding to said common barcode sequence, and
(ii) a second barcoded nucleic acid molecule comprising: (1) a third sequence corresponding to said second analyte and (2) a fourth sequence corresponding to said common barcode sequence.

US Pat. No. 10,462,914

COVER STRUCTURE AND ELECTRIC CONNECTION BOX

SUMITOMO WIRING SYSTEMS, ...

1. A cover structure comprising:a base that is attached to a circuit substrate of an electric connection box on which an electrical component is mounted, the base being used as a receptacle for a cable that is to be electrically connected to the electrical component; and
a housing that houses the circuit substrate,
wherein the base is molded from an insulating material into a unitary body that has a shape including:
a bottomed tube that has an opening into which a plug of the cable is fitted;
a drainage hole that is formed in a portion of a side plate of the bottomed tube so as to extend through a bottom plate; and
a wall that stands upright so as to surround a perimeter of the drainage hole on an outer surface of the bottom plate,
a locking rod that covers a bottom plate side of the drainage hole is provided standing upright on an inner side of the housing, and
the locking rod abuts against an inner side of the wall on the outer surface of the bottom plate.

US Pat. No. 10,462,901

IMPLEMENTING EMBEDDED WIRE REPAIR FOR PCB CONSTRUCTS

International Business Ma...

1. A method for implementing embedded wire repair for printed circuit board (PCB) constructs comprising:providing a printed circuit board (PCB) having an embedded repair wire layer in a PCB construct within a PCB stack with reference planes on opposite sides of the repair wire layer;
detecting erroneous wiring of said embedded repair wire layer in the PCB construct;
drilling an appropriate plated through hole (PTH) in the PCB stack for forming a repair connection in the erroneous wiring of said embedded repair wire layer;
wherein providing said embedded repair wire layer within the PCB stack includes providing multiple individual embedded wires within said embedded repair wire layer isolated from all other wiring layers; and
wherein providing said multiple individual embedded wires isolated from all other wiring layers includes routing respective individual embedded wires to respective plated through holes (PTHs) in the PCB stack.

US Pat. No. 10,462,888

SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR DETERMINING A POSITION OF A FOCAL SPOT OF AN X-RAY SOURCE

SHANGHAI UNITED IMAGING H...

1. A system for determining a position of a focal spot of an X-ray source, comprising:a tracking device radiated by the X-ray source, the tracking device including:
a shelter configured to attenuate X-rays emitted from the focal spot of the X-ray source; and
an X-ray receiver including a plurality of X-ray receiving regions configured to receive X-rays, at least one of the plurality of X-ray receiving regions receiving X-rays that include attenuated X-rays by the shelter and unattenuated X-rays, wherein the shelter and the X-ray receiver are separated by a distance.

US Pat. No. 10,462,886

HIGH TEMPERATURE X-RAY TUBE ASSEMBLY

Micro X-Ray, Santa Cruz,...

1. An x-ray tube assembly comprising:a housing that encloses an inner volume;
a movable divider within the inner volume, the movable divider dividing the inner volume into a first volume and a second volume, wherein the inner volume is cylindrical about a central axis and the movable divider is a sliding piston that slides along the direction of the central axis;
an x-ray tube within the first volume;
the first volume between the housing and the x-ray tube filled with an insulating fluid; and
the second volume containing a compressible gas.

US Pat. No. 10,462,880

INTELLIGENT LAMP GROUP

Beautiful Light Technolog...

1. An intelligent lamp group, comprising:a central lamp, comprising:
a first lamp housing;
a first light emitter disposed on the first lamp housing;
a first lampshade disposed on the first lamp housing and covering the first light emitter, wherein the first lampshade has an opening;
a video camera module fixed on the first lampshade and located in the opening;
a first system-on-chip configured to control the first light emitter and process images or video information captured by the video camera module, wherein the first system-on-chip comprises a combo wireless communication module which is configured to build a wireless Bluetooth network to transmit a light control signal and to build an internet connection with a user's mobile device; and
a frustum support disposed in the first lampshade and located at an outer side of the first light emitter, wherein the frustum support has a reflective surface facing towards the first light emitter, and the reflective surface is used to reflect part of light generated by the first light emitter towards an outer side of the first lampshade, and the frustum support is used to separate the video camera module from the first light emitter and the first system-on-chip; and
at least one peripheral lamp wirelessly connected to the central lamp, wherein the peripheral lamp comprises:
a second lamp housing;
a second light emitter disposed on the second lamp housing;
a second lampshade disposed on the second lamp housing and covering the second light emitter; and
a second system-on-chip with Bluetooth function configured to receive the light control signal which is delivered from the combo wireless communication module.

US Pat. No. 10,462,879

POWERLINE COMMUNICATION CONTROL OF LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) LIGHTING FIXTURES

Lumenpulse Group Inc., (...

1. A method for controlling a light emitting diode (LED) lighting unit via an LED lighting unit's power distribution system, the method comprising:supplying operational power to the LED lighting unit via the LED lighting unit's power distribution system;
a user adjusting at least one conventional LED dimmer associated with the LED lighting unit;
at least one master controller coupled to the power distribution system and the at least one conventional LED dimmer, the master controller:
receiving, at a lighting control command processor, a lighting unit control input from the at least one conventional LED dimmer and generating corresponding lighting unit command outputs in a lighting system command format in response to an indication of the user-adjusted setting of the at least one conventional LED dimmer; and
superimposing, at a power distribution system interface, the lighting unit command outputs onto the power distribution system and a power signal present thereon as a lighting command signal according to a lighting unit command transmission mode, and
at least one device controller coupled to the at least one master controller and the LED lighting unit, each device controller:
receiving at a command receiving interface, the lighting command signal, separating the lighting command signal from the power signal, and generating corresponding lighting control commands,
converting, at a lighting control processor, the received lighting control commands into lighting unit control commands; and
providing, at a lighting unit interface, the lighting unit control commands to the LED lighting unit to control the LED lighting unit in response to the user-adjusted setting of the at least one conventional LED dimmer.

US Pat. No. 10,462,865

DIMMING CONTROL OF LIGHTING MODULES

Eaton Intelligent Power L...

1. A lighting fixture, comprising:a voltage source circuit;
a first light module comprising a first current source circuit and a first light emitting diode (LED) light source; and
a second light module comprising a second current source circuit and a second LED light source, wherein the voltage source circuit is configured to provide a voltage source output voltage to the first current source circuit and to the second current source circuit, wherein the first current source circuit is configured to provide a first current to the first LED light source, wherein the second current source circuit is configured to provide a second current to the second LED light source, wherein a first light provided by the first LED light source is fully dimmed when the first current has a minimum amplitude corresponding to a lower voltage level of the voltage source output voltage that is higher than zero volts and lower than an upper voltage limit of the voltage source output voltage, and wherein a second light provided by the second LED light source is fully dimmed when the second current has approximately the minimum amplitude.

US Pat. No. 10,462,809

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR RECEIVING A COMMON SIGNALING IN A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. A method for operating a user equipment (UE) in a wireless communication system, the method comprising:determining a reception mode for receiving a common signaling in a band whose bandwidth is smaller than a bandwidth of a carrier; and
receiving, from a base station (BS), the common signaling configured for the band based on the reception mode,
wherein the common signaling is further configured for at least one other band within the bandwidth of the carrier, and
wherein a bandwidth of the band and a bandwidth of the at least one other band is smaller than the bandwidth of the carrier.

US Pat. No. 10,462,808

METHOD FOR SCHEDULING TRANSMISSIONS IN WIRELESS NETWORKS

Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba,...

1. A method for determining a transmission schedule for one or more transmissions from a first child node to a first parent node in a multi-hop wireless network, wherein each node is a child node to a corresponding parent node, each child node being configured to send one or more messages directed to a sink node via its corresponding parent node and wherein the method comprises the first parent node:listening for signals indicating scheduled timeslots for transmission between nodes in the network and, if a signal is detected, updating a record of scheduled transmissions;
receiving from the first child node a preliminary schedule specifying a timeslot for transmission of each of the one or more messages to the first parent node;
determining, based on the record of scheduled transmissions, whether the preliminary schedule includes any scheduled transmissions that would conflict with any scheduled transmissions in the record of scheduled transmissions or whether the length of the preliminary schedule can be reduced without conflicting with any other scheduled transmissions in the record of scheduled transmissions;
responsive to a determination that there would be a conflict or that the length of the preliminary schedule can be reduced without conflict:
determining an updated schedule for the first child node by determining a set of scheduled timeslots that minimizes the number of scheduled timeslots without conflicting with any of the scheduled transmissions in the record of scheduled transmissions; and
sending the updated schedule to the first child node to assign the updated schedule to the first child node.

US Pat. No. 10,462,575

VOICE COIL WIRE, VOICE COIL WOUND BY THE VOICE COIL WIRE, AND LOUDSPEAKER PROVIDED WITH THE VOICE COIL

GoerTek Inc., Weifang (C...

1. A voice coil wire, comprising:a conductor layer having an electric conduction effect and an insulation layer which surrounds an outer side of the conductor layer,
wherein a cross-section of the voice coil wire is a hexagon, and side lengths of the hexagon are equal;
wherein a circular arc chamfer is situated between adjacent sides of the hexagon, and a radius of the circular arc chamfer is less than ½ of the side lengths of the hexagon;
wherein the conductor layer is one of a copper wire, an extra-high tension copper wire or a copper clad aluminum wire; and
wherein the voice coil further comprises a self-adhering layer to surround an outer side of the insulation layer, and cross-sections of the insulation layer and the self-adhering layer are both hollow hexagons surrounding the outer side of the conductor layer.

US Pat. No. 10,462,500

LOCATION AGNOSTIC MEDIA CONTROL ROOM/BROADCAST FACILITY

FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY,...

1. A virtual media control system for generating a broadcast video stream from a live video feed from a source remote from the virtual media control system in at least near real time, comprising:a communication interface, for accepting first control information, the first control information specifying a desired constitution of the broadcast video stream, and for receiving the live video feed from the source via a first communication channel, wherein the first control information comprises:
a manifest describing:
one or more video components desired to be included in the broadcast video stream, wherein the one or more video components includes a primary video component comprising the live video feed; and
a playlist, describing a desired temporal assembly of the one or more video components that together comprise at least a portion of the generated broadcast video stream;
broadcast video stream parameters, comprising at least one of:
a desired broadcast stream quality of service (QoS); and
destination broadcast network for transmitting the broadcast video stream;
a stream processor, comprising:
at least one pre-processor, for pre-processing the one or more video components according to pre-processing commands;
stream switcher for temporally switching between the one or more pre-processed video components to assemble a switched video stream having the video feed and other of the one or more video components according to stream switching commands;
one or more post-processors, for post-processing the switched video stream according to post-processing commands to produce the broadcast video stream;
a parser, for parsing the live video feed for second control information comprising live queueing information from the source, the live queueing information signaling a live event depicted in the live video feed; and
a command module, for interpreting the first control information and the second control information to generate the pre-processing commands, the stream switching commands, and the post-processing commands including the broadcast video stream parameters;
wherein the stream switcher further temporally switches between secondary video components not described in the manifest to assemble the switched video stream.

US Pat. No. 10,462,361

SEEKER WITH DYNAMIC RESOLUTION IMAGING

Rosemount Aerospace Inc.,...

1. A seeker imaging system comprising:at least one imager configured to output image frame data;
a plurality of optical elements configured to receive light and direct the light to the at least one imager; and
control electronics configured to receive the image frame data from the at least one imager, wherein the control electronics is configured to obtain a plurality of initial images from each frame of the image frame data, and wherein the control electronics is configured to generate a single output image based upon the plurality of initial images, wherein
if a target has not yet been acquired, an automatic target acquisition block of the control electronics receives the single output image at a desired resolution of the super resolution algorithm and processes the single output image to identify a location of a desired target in a field of view of the seeker and, if a target is recognized, the target acquisition block determines a target gate and passes the target gate to an automatic target tracker block as an initial target gate for subsequent images from the super resolution algorithm.

US Pat. No. 10,462,345

DEFORMABLE STRUCTURE THAT COMPENSATES FOR DISPLACEMENT OF A CAMERA MODULE OF A CAMERA ACCESSORY

ESSENTIAL PRODUCTS, INC.,...

1. A camera accessory comprising:a camera module disposed at least partially within the camera accessory and including an optical element configured to capture an image of a scene;
a camera barrel that at least partially surrounds the camera module to position the camera module relative to the camera accessory;
a rigid structure within the camera accessory and disposed behind the camera module; and
a deformable structure coupled between the camera barrel and the rigid structure to maintain the position of the camera module by compensating for displacement of the camera module relative to the camera accessory.

US Pat. No. 10,462,290

ADDING CALL CONTEXT TO A MISSED CALL NOTIFICATION

VODAFONE IP LICENSING LIM...

1. A method of providing a missed call notification following a failed call attempt between a first device and a second device, the method, performed by the second device, comprising:receiving, from the first device and over a first communications channel, a request to establish voice communications between the first device and the second device;
determining that the request to establish voice communications has not been accepted;
generating, in response to the determination, notification data for informing a user of the second device that a call request has not been accepted;
receiving, from the first device and over a second communications channel that is different from the first communications channel, missed call data;
adding, in response to receiving the missed call data, the missed call data into the notification data, which is to be displayed on a display of the second device;
in addition to adding the missed call data to the notification data, also modifying a call log of the second device by including, within the call log, the missed call data, wherein the call log is stored on the second device and includes a collection of call records resulting from accepted or failed call requests; and
displaying the notification data on the display of the second device to indicate that the request to establish the voice communications was not accepted, wherein the notification data simultaneously displays information originally included as a part of the notification data and the missed call data, which was later added to the notification data, such that the notification data is distinct from the cal log.

US Pat. No. 10,461,960

PROVIDING ENHANCED AND/OR SUPPLEMENTARY NETWORK CONNECTIVITY TO AT LEAST ONE CLIENT DEVICE THAT IS CONNECTED TO A TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK USING A CUSTOMER PREMISES EQUIPMENT DEVICE

DEUTSCHE TELEKOM AG, Bon...

9. A method for providing enhanced and/or supplementary network connectivity to at least one client device being connected to a telecommunications network using a customer premises equipment device, wherein the method comprises:connecting a supplementary access gateway device to the customer premises equipment device, the customer premises equipment device being configured to provide—by using a first interface of the customer premises equipment device towards a first access network of the telecommunications network—network connectivity, using the first access network, between the telecommunications network and the at least one client device;
wherein the supplementary access gateway device is configured to be connected to a second access network via a supplementary access device and a first interface of the supplementary access gateway device, wherein the second access network is an access network of either the telecommunications network or of a further telecommunications network;
wherein the method further comprises:
providing enhanced and/or supplementary network connectivity to the at least one client device using the second access network and the first interface of the supplementary access gateway device, the enhanced and/or supplementary network connectivity being provided to the at least one client device instead of or in addition to the network connectivity provided using the first access network and the customer premises equipment device; and
connecting the supplementary access gateway device to the at least one client device.

US Pat. No. 10,461,930

UTILIZING DATA REDUCTION IN STEGANOGRAPHIC AND CRYPTOGRAPHIC SYSTEMS

Wistaria Trading Ltd, Ha...

1. A method of protecting a data signal comprising the steps of:applying a data reduction technique to reduce the data signal into a reduced data signal;
subtracting said reduced data signal from the data signal to produce a remainder signal;
embedding a first watermark into said reduced data signal to produce a watermarked, reduced data signal; and
adding said watermarked, reduced data signal to said remainder signal to produce an output signal.

US Pat. No. 10,461,415

BROADBAND OMNIDIRECTIONAL ANTENNA

Kathrein SE, Rosenheim (...

1. A broadband omnidirectional antenna comprising:a first radiator which is galvanically isolated from a base plate and extends away therefrom, the first radiator having a longitudinal axis which extends at least approximately perpendicularly to the base plate;
the first radiator having, along its longitudinal axis, a progression that is in part or predominantly or completely conical or funnel-shaped;
the first radiator having a first end comprising a foot and/or feed-in point and a second end which is opposite the first end;
the first end being arranged closer to the base plate than the second end;
the first radiator comprising radiator surfaces which originate in the region of the first end and extend towards the second end or form said second end;
a distance between the radiator surfaces and the longitudinal axis increasing at least in portions from the first end towards the second end;
a second radiator which comprises at least one radiator surface, the second radiator being arranged on the first radiator so as to be galvanically isolated therefrom and it being possible for said second radiator to be fed exclusively or predominantly by the first radiator;
the second radiator comprising a peripheral radiator surface having a diameter at a first end thereof adapted to a diameter of the second end of the first radiator;
the second radiator comprising one or more slots, which extend from a second end thereof opposite the first end, towards said first end and terminate at a distance therefrom;
wherein:
a) the at least one radiator surface of the second radiator is arranged as a continuation of the first radiator such that the at least one radiator surface is inclined at least in portions or is in parallel with the longitudinal axis; or
b) the at least one radiator surface of the second radiator is arranged in the region of the second end of the first radiator, between the radiator surfaces of the first radiator, so as to be in parallel with the base plate or such that one of the components thereof is predominantly in parallel with said base plate.

US Pat. No. 10,461,405

ANTENNA MODULE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE INCLUDING THE SAME

Beijing Xiaomi Mobile Sof...

1. An antenna module arranged in an electronic device, the antenna module comprising:a metal side frame comprising a breaking seam; and
a feed coupling stub having a first end and a second end, wherein a long side of the feed coupling stub is spaced at a preset distance from an inner side of the metal side frame,
wherein the feed coupling stub and a middle frame of the electronic device are arranged in parallel between a display module and a main board of the electronic device;
wherein the inner side of the metal side frame is connected with a side of the middle frame through middle frame connecting parts;
wherein the first end of the feed coupling stub is adjacent to the breaking seam and is electrically connected with a grounding part of the main board to form a first grounding point of the antenna module;
wherein the feed coupling stub is electrically connected with a radiofrequency module of the main board through a contact point to form a feed point of the antenna module;
wherein the middle frame connecting part adjacent to the second end of the feed coupling stub works as a second grounding point of the antenna module;
wherein a slot is opened between the inner side of the metal side frame and a side that is on the display module and substantially paralleled to the long side of the feed coupling stub and wherein the slot has a width that ranges from 0.5 mm to 3 mm.

US Pat. No. 10,461,275

FLEXIBLE DISPLAY COMPONENT AND DISPLAY SCREEN

Wuhan China Star Optoelec...

1. A flexible display component, comprising:a display module;
a buffering layer; and
at least two fixing parts disposed at the display module for fixing the buffering layer to be movably fixed to a side of the display module, wherein, both the display module and the buffering layer are flexible; when the display module is under a natural status, the buffering layer is contacted with the display module, when the display module is under a bending status, both the display module and the buffering layer are bent, a gap layer is existed between the buffering layer and the display module.

US Pat. No. 10,460,634

LED LIGHT ASSEMBLY WITH TRANSPARENT SUBSTRATE HAVING ARRAY OF LENSES FOR PROJECTING LIGHT TO ILLUMINATE AN AREA

Ultravision Technologies,...

1. A light assembly comprising:a thermally conductive support structure with an attachment point for securing the support structure to a supporting element;
a heat sink;
a substantially planar circuit board attached to the support structure;
a plurality of LEDs attached to the circuit board to form an array, the LEDs being thermally coupled to the heat sink; and
a single transparent substrate overlying all LEDs attached to the circuit board and including a corresponding plurality of optical elements;
wherein each optical element includes a first portion configured to direct light from the corresponding LED away from the circuit board in a first direction, a second portion configured to direct light from the corresponding LED away from the circuit board in a second direction, and a third portion configured to direct light from the corresponding LED away from the circuit board in a third direction so that the light is directed asymmetrically so as to illuminate a substantially rectangular area that is off-center relative to the light assembly.

US Pat. No. 10,460,463

MODELLING A THREE-DIMENSIONAL SPACE

Imperial College of Scien...

1. Apparatus for generating a model of a three-dimensional space comprising:An image acquisition interface configured to obtain image data provided by a capture device, said image data representing an observation where there is relative movement between the three-dimensional space and the capture device over time; and
a model engine configured to process the image data obtained by the image acquisition interface and to compute a three-dimensional model of the three-dimensional space, wherein the model engine comprises:
a model segmenter configured to segment the three-dimensional model into at least active and inactive portions based on at least one model property,
wherein the model engine is configured to use active portions of the three-dimensional model to update said model over time; and
a registration engine configured to align active portions of the three-dimensional model with inactive portions of the three-dimensional model over time.

US Pat. No. 10,459,827

MACHINE-LEARNING BASED ANOMALY DETECTION FOR HETEROGENOUS DATA SOURCES

ELECTRONIC ARTS INC., Re...

1. An anomaly detection computing system, the system comprising:a host application computing system including one or more hardware processors and in electronic communication with an anomaly detection server, the one or more hardware processors of the host application computing system configured to execute computer-readable instructions that configure the host application computing system to execute and host instances of a game application and establish gameplay sessions with a plurality of users;
a host data store configured to store host application data associated with operation of the host application computing system, wherein the host application data comprises a plurality of data sets, wherein individual data sets of the plurality of data sets are associated with operations executed by the host application computing system for operation of aspects of the game application;
the anomaly detection server comprising one or more hardware processors and in electronic communication with the host application computing system, the one or more hardware processors of the anomaly detection server configured to execute computer-readable instructions that configure the anomaly detection server to:
communicate with the host application computing system and aggregate the host application data received from the host application computing system, wherein the host application data comprises a data table including the plurality of data sets associated with one or more aspects of operation of the host application computing system;
for each data set of the plurality of data sets within the data table,
identify a first anomaly detection node of a hierarchical anomaly detection model for analysis of a data set of the plurality of data sets, wherein the hierarchical anomaly detection model is generated based, at least in part on, historical data associated with the host application computing system, the hierarchical anomaly detection model comprises a base detection model and a plurality of data set specific models, each data set specific model generated from the base detection model for a specific data set, each data set specific model having a plurality of anomaly detection nodes, wherein each detection node is associated with one or more conditional modifiers, wherein the first anomaly detection node is identified based at least in part on a presence of conditional data matching the one or more conditional modifiers associated with the first anomaly detection node;
determine an anomaly detection score associated with the data set based, at least in part, on an application of the first anomaly detection node of the hierarchical anomaly detection model to the data set;
determine an aggregate anomaly detection score for the data table based at least in part on the anomaly detection scores associated with each data set of the plurality of data sets within the data table;
determine whether the aggregate anomaly detection score exceeds an anomaly detection threshold, wherein the anomaly detection threshold is determined based, at least in part, on a trust level associated with the host application computing system; and
in response to determining that the aggregate anomaly detection score exceeds the anomaly detection threshold, generate an anomaly event, and generate instructions to perform an anomaly event action for the anomaly event associated with the anomaly detection threshold.

US Pat. No. 10,459,316

CAMERA APPARATUS FOR VEHICLE

Hyundai Autron Co., Ltd.,...

1. A camera apparatus for a vehicle, comprising a housing having a recess formed therein,wherein the housing comprises: a main wall part having a camera hole formed therein; a base part extended from the main wall part and having a downward slope in which a distance from the center axis of the camera hole to the base part increases toward the end of the base part from the main wall part; and a sidewall part adjacent to the main wall part and extended upward from the base part,
the main wall part, the base part and the sidewall part form the recess in the housing, and
a light trap part for trapping light reflected from the base part and the sidewall part into the camera hole is installed on the base part and the sidewall part,
wherein the housing is installed on the inner surface of the windshield of the vehicle, and
the light trap part is formed on the top outer surface of the housing, adjacent to the sidewall part, and thus absorbs light incident through a gap between the windshield and the top outer surface of the housing, adjacent to the sidewall part.

US Pat. No. 10,459,180

OPTICAL MODULE

HISENSE BROADBAND MULTIME...

1. An optical module, comprising: a housing, a circuit board, and a light conducting structure;the circuit board is provided with a light source, and the light conducting structure is configured to conduct light emitted by the light source to an outside of the housing;
wherein a bottom of the housing is provided with a guiding groove, an optical fiber adapter is laid above a part of the light conducting structure, and the part of the light conducting structure is located between the bottom of the housing and the optical fiber adapter via the guiding groove.

US Pat. No. 10,459,155

BACKLIGHT MODULE AND DISPLAY DEVICE HAVING THE SAME

Radiant Opto-Electronics ...

1. A backlight module, comprising:a back plate;
a carrying member disposed on the back plate, wherein the carrying member comprises a first step portion and a second step portion, and the first step portion is elevated higher than the second step portion, wherein the second step portion comprises more than two carrying portions;
a light guide plate disposed on the back plate;
at least one optical film disposed above the light guide plate, wherein the at least one optical film is held on the second step portion; and
a light source disposed on the back plate, wherein the light source is disposed adjacent to a light-incident surface of the light guide plate;
wherein the back plate has a carrying surface and a sidewall, wherein the carrying surface has a side edge, and the sidewall protrudes from the carrying surface; and
wherein at least one portion of the first step portion is elevated higher than the sidewall, and the second step portion is disposed on the side edge.

US Pat. No. 10,458,908

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR QUALIFYING PLANT MATERIAL

1. A system for qualifying plant material, the system comprising:an inspection zone;
a support stage configured to support the plant material in the inspection zone;
at least one camera configured to acquire at least one image of the plant material in the inspection zone;
at least one processor configured to receive and analyze the camera image to identify a region of interest containing specific plant structures possessing active components;
at least one spectrometer configured to acquire a spectrometric measurement of the plant material in the inspection zone; and
wherein the at least one processor is further configured to facilitate a spectrometric measurement of the specific plant structures identified in the camera image, and to enable output of an indicator of a quality measure of the plant material based on the spectrometric measurement of the specific plant structures identified in the camera image.

US Pat. No. 10,458,620

MOTOR VEHICLE LIGHTING DEVICE WITH A VENTILATING DEVICE

Automotive Lighting Reutl...

1. A motor vehicle lighting device, which has a housing and a ventilating device with an air supply line and an air outlet opening, wherein the air supply line has an air intake opening, a transition cross-section, and an air outlet opening, wherein the transition cross-section tapers between the air intake opening and the air outlet opening, wherein the ventilating device has a water collecting chamber into which the air supply line opens, said water collecting chamber including a water discharge opening that is adjacent to the air outlet opening and the transition cross-section, wherein the water discharge opening is disposed lower than the air outlet opening when the ventilating device is mounted in a motor vehicle, and wherein the water collecting chamber is adjacent to a portion of the air supply line at which airflow accelerates through the air supply line due to tapering between the air intake opening and the transmission cross section.

US Pat. No. 10,458,447

SYSTEM FOR IMPROVING THE FLUID CIRCULATION IN A FLUID-BODY

RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LIMIT...

1. A system for improving fluid circulation in a fluid-body, said system comprising,at least one dividing-element disposed within said fluid-body, wherein, said dividing-elements divides said fluid-body into at least two segments such that said segments are connected to and in fluid communication with each other, characterized in that, at least one of said dividing-element has at least one asymmetrical structure configured on at least one extremity thereof,
wherein said asymmetrical structure comprising:
a leading tapered side wall connected to a first operative horizontal surface parallel to said dividing-element;
a first curved surface forming an extension of said first operative horizontal surface;
a second curved surface forming an extension of said first curved surface and connected to said second operative horizontal surface parallel to said dividing-element;
a trailing tapered side wall is an extension of said second operative horizontal surface and said trailing tapered side walls is connected to said dividing element and wherein the leading tapered side wall and the trailing tapered side wall produces asymmetry on both sides of said dividing element.

US Pat. No. 10,458,156

RETURN MECHANISM FOR DOUBLE PULL DOOR LATCH

INTEVA PRODUCTS, LLC, Tr...

1. A latch for a vehicle door, comprising:a final lever coupled to rotate about a pivot;
a position wheel rotationally coupled to the pivot, the position wheel having a first notch and a second notch, the position wheel being rotatable in a first direction;
a release lever coupled to the position wheel to rotate about the pivot, the release lever being configured to be coupled with a door handle of the vehicle door;
a cam member coupled to the position wheel, the cam member having a cam surface;
a drive lever arranged to engage the first notch and the second notch, the drive lever being pivotally coupled to the release lever; and
a biasing member arranged to apply a force on the cam surface to move the position wheel in the first direction when the drive lever is moved into the second notch, wherein the release lever is configured to move the position wheel from the first position to the second position based on the door handle being pulled a first time and wherein the position wheel is configured to rotate the final lever to a released position based on the door handle being pulled a second time after being pulled the first time.

US Pat. No. 10,457,212

VEHICLE PILLAR STRUCTURE

TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI ...

1. A vehicle pillar structure comprising:a non-transparent first supporting member that extends with a length direction thereof in a direction along a vehicle width direction end of a windshield glass, and that is configured by a material with a coefficient of linear thermal expansion along the length direction of a first value;
a non-transparent second supporting member that extends such that a length direction thereof is along a vehicle front end of a side door glass, that is disposed spaced apart from the first supporting member, and that is configured by a material with a coefficient of linear thermal expansion along the length direction of a second value; and
a resin transparent member that is disposed spanning between the first supporting member and the second supporting member, that is joined to length direction faces of the first supporting member and the second supporting member, that is configured by a material with a coefficient of linear thermal expansion along the length directions of the first supporting member and the second supporting member of a larger value than the first value and the second value, and that is configured including multiple glass fibers with length directions thereof oriented such that fiber length directions are substantially orthogonal to the length directions of the first supporting member and the second supporting member.

US Pat. No. 10,457,059

PRINTING SYSTEM ASSEMBLIES AND TECHNIQUES

Kateeva, Inc., Newark, C...

1. An ink stick assembly for use with a printing tool, the ink stick assembly comprising:printheads;
for each printhead, a driver board;
an electrical interface to detachably provide electrical connection between each of the driver boards and the printing tool;
a pneumatic interface to detachably provide pneumatic connection between the ink stick assembly and the printing tool;
an ink reservoir to supply ink to the printheads;
a pneumatic manifold in fluid communication with the pneumatic interface;
pneumatically-actuated valves, each pneumatically-actuated valve to control a flow of ink in the ink stick assembly; and
for each given one of the pneumatically-actuated valves, a solenoid to control fluidic exchange between the given one of the pneumatically-actuated valves and the pneumatic manifold.

US Pat. No. 10,456,911

CONVEYANCE METHOD AND CONVEYANCE DEVICE

FUJI CORPORATION, Chiryu...

1. A conveyance method comprising:conveying and loading a target object held by an end section of a robot to a specified target position, the end section of the robot being able to move in a first direction and a second direction;
acquiring a first target position that is a target position in the first direction, and a second target position that is a target position in the second direction, as the specified target positions;
performing first direction movement control on the robot such that a position of the robot in the first direction matches the first target position;
measuring or predicting a vibration waveform of the end section in the first direction after performing first direction movement control; and
performing second direction movement control to load the target object by controlling the robot such that a position of the end section in the second direction matches the second target position at a specified timing during vibration, based on the measured or predicted vibration waveform of the end section in the first direction.

US Pat. No. 10,456,264

HUMERAL IMPLANT ANCHOR SYSTEM

Tornier, Inc., Bloomingt...

1. A stemless humeral shoulder assembly, comprising:a base member comprising a distal end configured to be embedded in bone and a proximal end to be disposed at a bone surface, the base member having a plurality of spaced apart arms projecting from the proximal end to the distal end, each arm having an inner edge and an outer edge radially outward of the inner edge;
an anchor adapted to be assembled with the base member to a position disposed within the arms, the anchor configured to project circumferentially both in engagement with the base member and into a space circumferentially between the arms and radially outward beyond the inner edges of the arms, the anchor being exposed between the arms when the anchor is assembled with the base member; and
a recess being surrounded by the base member and the anchor and projecting distally from a proximal end of the anchor and through a distal end of the anchor, the recess configured to receive a mounting member of an anatomical or reverse joint interface,
wherein each arm comprises a first flat face and a second flat face opposite the first flat face, the first and second flat faces being separated by a thickness, each of the first and second flat faces extending from the proximal end of the base member toward the distal end of the base member, each of the first and second flat faces having a width measured in a radial direction, the thickness having a width dimension measured in a circumferential direction, the width of each of the first and second flat faces being greater than the width of the thickness.

US Pat. No. 10,456,144

BUR FOR DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY

STRAUMANN HOLDING AG, Ba...

1. A bur for dental implantology, comprising:a dental coupling,
a bur shank,
a bur neck comprising at least two helical grooves and at least two bevels extending the length of the bur neck, and
a bur tip comprising at least two tip cutting edges, wherein each tip cutting edge comprises a straight edge and a rounding,
wherein the straight edges of the at least two tip cutting edges are a part of an imaginary cone with an obtuse angle, the straight edges converging at a point that is the apex of the imaginary cone, the axis of the imaginary cone running through the axis of the bur, and the straight edges extending from the apex of the imaginary cone to the rounding, and
wherein the rounding consists of a convex transition which directly connects a respective straight edge to a respective bevel of the bur neck, the bur neck having a diameter greater than the bur shank.

US Pat. No. 10,455,757

METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR SEED VARIETY SELECTION

Precision Planting LLC, ...

1. A system for planting seed, comprising:a first row unit configured to open a first planting trench;
a first seed meter having a first coded indicator with a first coding scheme, said first seed meter receiving a first seed type from a first hopper having a coded indicator with said first coding scheme, said first seed meter mounted to said first row unit; and
a second seed meter having a second coded indicator with a second coding scheme different from said first coding scheme, said second seed meter receiving a second seed type from a second hopper having a coded indicator with said second coding scheme, said second seed meter mounted to said first row unit;
wherein each of said coded indicators is disposed to be viewable and visually readable by an operator during planting operations.

US Pat. No. 10,462,945

SYSTEM FOR MANUFACTURING ASSEMBLY BOARD AND METHOD FOR INSTALLING UNDERSUPPORTING DEVICE OF THE SYSTEM

PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL PR...

1. A system for manufacturing an assembly board, the system comprising:an undersupporting device comprising a hollow box with a top board having an upper surface with at least one suction hole therein;
a carrier configured to hold the undersupporting device; a transporter having a pair of conveyors, the transporter configured to transport a board and the undersupporting device;
an undersupporting-device installer provided below the transporter, the undersupporting-device installer having an upper surface with at least one vacuum suction opening that is attachable to and detachable from a bottom surface of the undersupporting device;
a board processor configured to perform a predetermined processing to an upper surface of the board;
a first receiving position and a second receiving position different from the first receiving position, wherein the board is supplied to the first receiving position, and wherein the undersupporting device is supplied to and carried out from the second receiving position;
a working position at which the board processor performs the predetermined processing to the upper surface of the board,
wherein the transporter is configured to deliver the board and the undersupporting device to the working position, wherein the undersupporting device is delivered to the working position by transporting the carrier while the carrier holds the undersupporting device on a lower surface of the carrier
wherein when the board and the undersupporting device are positioned at the working position, the upper surface of the undersupporting device supports a lower surface of the board
the board processor performs the predetermined processing to the upper surface of the board, and the undersupporting device is fixed to the undersupporting-device installer.

US Pat. No. 10,462,900

GLASS FIBER COATINGS FOR IMPROVED RESISTANCE TO CONDUCTIVE ANODIC FILAMENT FORMATION

International Business Ma...

1. A process of improving resistance to conductive anodic filament (CAF) formation, the process comprising:dissolving a base resin material, a lubricant material, and a coupling agent in a solvent to form a functionalized sizing agent solution, the base resin material including one or more peroxide initiators;
applying the functionalized sizing agent solution to individual glass fibers following a glass fiber formation process; and
removing the solvent via a thermal process that partially converts the base resin material, resulting in formation of coated glass fibers having a flowable resin coating that is compatible with a pre-impregnated (prepreg) matrix material, the prepreg matrix material including a polyphenylene oxide (PPO)-based matrix material;
forming a prepreg material; and
incorporating the prepreg material into the manufacturing of a printed circuit board,
wherein, during one or more printed circuit board manufacturing operations, the flowable resin coating flows to fill voids between the individual glass fibers that represent conductive anodic filament (CAF) formation pathways.

US Pat. No. 10,462,897

INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC DEVICE WITH FLEXIBLE AND STRETCHABLE SUBSTRATE

CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSIT...

1. A method of making an integrated electronic device having a stiffness gradient, the method comprising:embedding a rigid electronic device in a substrate comprising an uncured polymer base, and
applying a curing agent to the substrate in a pattern,
wherein applying the curing agent in the pattern creates a portion of the substrate adjacent the embedded electronic device with a modulus in between a modulus of a portion of the substrate not adjacent to the embedded electronic device and the modulus of the rigid electronic device.

US Pat. No. 10,462,862

LIGHT SOURCE CONTROL DEVICE AND IMAGE FORMING APPARATUS

Ricoh Company, Ltd., Tok...

1. A light source control device, comprising circuitry to:apply a threshold current, a first emission current, and a first correction current to a light source to drive the light source to emit light to form a first pixel, the first correction current correcting the first emission current during application of the first emission current to the light source; and
apply the threshold current, a second emission current, and a second correction current to the light source to drive the light source to emit light to form a second pixel, the second correction current correcting the second emission current during application of the second emission current to the light source,
wherein the circuitry calculates a value of the second correction current by multiplying a value of the first correction current by a ratio of a value of the second emission current to a value of the first emission current, the value of the second emission current being greater than the value of the first emission current.

US Pat. No. 10,462,853

INDUCTION PRE-HEATING AND BUTT WELDING DEVICE FOR ADJACENT EDGES OF AT LEAST ONE ELEMENT TO BE WELDED

Illinois Tool Works Inc.,...

1. An induction pre-heating and butt welding device for adjacent edges to be joined of at least one element to be welded, of the type comprising an induction pre-heating head of the adjacent edges and a welding head arranged in tandem with respect to the pre-heating head, immediately downstream of the pre-heating head, with respect to a welding direction along which, in use, the pre-heating and welding heads are moved according to a welding trajectory; characterized in that the pre-heating head comprises, in combination:support structure shaped as a sliding block and adapted to move over the edges to be welded, parallel thereto;
a first inductor lying in a first plane, which is parallel to a plane containing, or passing through, the edges to be welded, which is integrally supported by the support structure at a predetermined distance from the edges to be welded; and
a second inductor lying in a second plane, perpendicular to the first plane and integrally supported by the support structure so as to be in use interposed between the edges to be welded and arranged at a predetermined distance from the first inductor.

US Pat. No. 10,462,848

NON-TRANSITORY COMPUTER READABLE RECORDING MEDIUM, COMMUNICATION METHOD AND COMMUNICATION DEVICE

FUJITSU LIMITED, Kawasak...

4. A communication method implemented by a computer, for relaying communication from an application operating on a terminal to a communication destination, the method comprising:switching a communication protocol for the communication from a first protocol to a Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) protocol in accordance with a connection condition with the communication destination for the communication;
detecting whether a notification of a completion of a specific communication is necessary for the application to continue the communication,
transmitting the notification to the application when the notification is detected as necessary in the detecting; and
notifying the terminal of a failure of the specific communication in cases when the notification has been transmitted to the application and the specific communication in the DTN protocol results in failure.

US Pat. No. 10,462,841

EFFICIENT SECONDARY CELL GROUP CHANGE PROCEDURE FOR DUAL CONNECTIVITY

Nokia Solutions and Netwo...

1. A method, comprising:receiving, at a master network node from a secondary network node, a secondary network node modification required message comprising secondary cell group configuration information for a plurality of secondary cell group data radio bearer type changes, wherein the secondary network node modification required message is configured to initiate a secondary network node modification procedure;
deciding to reject at least one of the plurality of secondary cell group data radio bearer type changes;
deciding to accept at least one other of the plurality secondary cell group data radio bearer type changes;
sending, from the master network node to the secondary network node, a secondary network node modification request comprising an indication that the master network node rejected the at least one of the plurality of secondary cell group data radio bearer type changes, and that release of at least one secondary cell group data radio bearer, for which the master network node rejected a secondary cell group data radio bearer type change, is to be performed with the secondary network node; and
sending, from the master network node to a terminal, a connection reconfiguration message, wherein the connection reconfiguration message includes secondary cell group configuration information for the at least one accepted secondary cell group data radio bearer type change, wherein the sending of the connection reconfiguration message is done before the master network node receives a secondary network node modification request acknowledgement from the secondary network node.

US Pat. No. 10,462,840

SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR SESSION MANAGEMENT

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., ...

1. A method of managing a mobile network, the method comprising:obtaining, by a session management function (SMF), a trigger to release a packet data unit (PDU) session;
sending, by the SMF, a session release request to a user plane function (UPF), the session release request including an identifier of the PDU session to be released and requesting the UPF to drop all remaining packets of the PDU session and release contexts associated with the PDU session;
receiving, by the UPF from the SMF, the session release request;
dropping, by the UPF, all remaining packets of the PDU session and releasing said contexts associated with the PDU session; and
sending to the SMF by the UPF a response indicating an acknowledgement of the session release request.

US Pat. No. 10,462,838

METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR MANAGING COMMUNICATION DEVICES

Mastercard International ...

1. A computer implemented method of controlling a slave communication device from a master communication device, said method comprising:displaying, on a display of the master communication device, an indication of a plurality of slave communication devices paired with the master communication device on a wireless network, wherein each of the plurality of slave communication devices is configured to electronically generate a user interface, wherein each electronically generated user interface is configured to be displayed on a display of the respective slave communication device, and wherein each electronically generated user interface comprises user controls for controlling each of the plurality of slave communication devices, the user controls comprising icons displayed for each of a voice call function of each of the plurality of slave communication devices, an access email function of each of the plurality of slave communication devices, a view and edit contact function of each of the plurality of slave communication devices, and a view and edit calendar function of each of the plurality of slave communication devices;
receiving, on the master communication device, a user selection of a slave communication device from the plurality of slave communication devices;
displaying, on a virtual phone display region of the display of the master communication device, the electronically generated user interface of the selected slave communication device, the electronically generated user interface of the selected slave communication device comprising the user controls of the selected slave communication device, thereby the virtual phone display region of the display of the master communication device and the display of the selected slave communication device display the electronically generated user interface of the selected slave communication device;
receiving a user interaction with the user controls of the selected slave communication device via the display of the master communication device;
transmitting control signals on a wireless network connection to cause the selected slave communication device establish a voice call in response to the user interaction; and
transmitting and receiving bi-directional audio signals to and from the selected slave communication device over the wireless network connection to facilitate the voice call.

US Pat. No. 10,462,835

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PERFORMING LOCATION UPDATE FOR DUAL CONNECTIVITY IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

LG ELECTRONICS INC., Seo...

1. A method for performing serving gateway (S-GW) relocation in a wireless communication system, the method performed by a mobility management entity (MME) and comprising:receiving location information of a serving small cell, which is served by a second evolved NodeB (eNB), from a first eNB which supports dual connectivity to a specific user equipment (UE) with the second eNB, wherein each of the first eNB and the second eNB is connected to a first S-GW;
transmitting the received location information of the serving small cell to a second S-GW, when the MME determines that the first S-GW of the second eNB should be changed to the second S-GW for an overload; and
performing the S-GW relocation based on the determination,
wherein after the S-GW relocation, the first S-GW is connected to the first eNB and the second S-GW is connected to the second eNB while a dual connectivity state between the first eNB and the second eNB is maintained.

US Pat. No. 10,462,831

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ESTABLISHING A TEMPORARY ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION CHANNEL TO ALLOW AN INTRODUCTION OF OPERATORS OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION CAPABLE DEVICES

1. A system comprising:a server device comprising a processing device and a non-transitory computer-readable medium that is configured for storing:
a first user private profile that is associated with a first user ID and that stores personally identifiable information of a first user;
a first user public profile that stores data describing a physical attribute of at least one of the first user or a physical object associated with the first user;
a second user private profile that is associated with a second user ID and that stores personally identifiable information of a second user;
a second user public profile that stores data describing a physical attribute of at least one of the second user or a physical object associated with the second user; and
a communication link management engine that is executable by the processing device to:
receive a request for a code from a first user device that is controllable by the first user and that is configured for electronically communicating via a network, the request identifying or being associated with the first user ID;
provide the first user device with access to the code and associate the code with the first user private profile;
receive the code from a second user device that received the code in a channel other than through the server device from the first user, the code being received by the server device with the second user ID or associated with the second user ID; and
in response to receiving the code from the second user device, associate the code to the second user private profile, establish a communication link between the first user device and the second user device to allow the first user device to communicate electronically with the second user device for a predetermined finite period of time,
apply permissions to the communication link that:
permit the second user device to access, from the first user public profile and during the predetermined finite period of time, the physical attribute of the at least one of the first user or the physical object associated with the first user,
prohibit the second user device from accessing, from the first user private profile, the personally identifiable information of the first user that is stored in the first user private profile,
permit the first user device to access, from the second user public profile and during the predetermined finite period of time, the physical attribute of the at least one of the second user or the physical object associated with the second user, and
prohibit the first user device from accessing, from the second user private profile, the personally identifiable information of the second user that is stored in the second user private profile.

US Pat. No. 10,462,826

RANDOM ACCESS METHOD AND RELATED APPARATUS

Huawei Technologies Co., ...

1. A method comprising:sending, by a base station, first signaling to a terminal device through a physical downlink shared channel (PDSCH), and sending, by the base station, second signaling to the terminal device through a downlink control channel, wherein the first signaling comprises a first time division duplexing (TDD) uplink-downlink configuration, the second signaling comprises a second TDD uplink-downlink configuration, and the downlink control channel is a physical downlink control channel (PDCCH) or an enhanced physical downlink control channel (ePDCCH);
when both the first signaling and the second signaling are sent to the terminal device, receiving, by the base station, random access message from the terminal device in a first uplink subframe within a first uplink subframe set of the first TDD uplink-downlink configuration; and
when both the first signaling and the second signaling are sent to the terminal device, after the terminal device accesses the base station,
receiving, by the base station from the terminal device, data in a second uplink subframe within a second uplink subframe set of the second TDD uplink-downlink configuration or
sending, by the base station to the terminal device, data in a first downlink subframe within a downlink subframe set of the second TDD uplink-downlink configuration.

US Pat. No. 10,462,813

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTENTION-BASED GRANTING IN A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORK

TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ER...

1. A method in a wireless communication network node for signaling contention-based uplink grants to user equipments, said method comprising:dynamically allocating a continuous range of uplink resource blocks for use in making a plurality of contention-based uplink grants for a given scheduling interval, wherein the range of uplink resource blocks comprises different subsets of uplink resource blocks and wherein each contention-based uplink grant in the plurality of contention-based uplink grants maps to a subset of uplink resource blocks out of the different subsets within the allocated range of uplink resource blocks;
indicating a number of contention-based uplink grants represented by the allocated continuous range of uplink resource blocks; and
transmitting a single contention-based uplink grant message on a physical downlink control channel that indicates the allocated range of uplink resource blocks from which the user equipment selects one of the subsets of uplink resource blocks that corresponds to one of the contention-based uplink grants to send a contention-based uplink transmission within the given scheduling interval.

US Pat. No. 10,462,801

MULTI-ANTENNA TRANSMISSION PROTOCOLS FOR HIGH DOPPLER CONDITIONS

1. A network node device, comprising:a processor; and
a memory that stores executable instructions that, when executed by the processor, facilitate performance of operations, comprising:
determining a metric representative of a shift in a received frequency of a signal determined to have been received by a user equipment and an actual frequency determined to have been used to transmit the signal;
in response to the metric being determined to exceed a threshold, facilitating transmitting, to the user equipment, a message instructing the user equipment to enable a reception of transmission signals having a precoding rank value of one and to exclude, from channel state information feedback, reporting of a rank indicator representative of a number of different data streams transmitted between the network node device and the user equipment, wherein the precoding rank value of one indicates transmissions of data comprising same content concurrently from the network node device to the user equipment;
facilitating transmitting, to the user equipment, a reference signal specific to the user equipment and having the precoding rank value of one;
receiving, from the user equipment, the channel state information feedback comprising an indicator of channel quality applicable to a quality of a channel between the network node device and the user equipment;
based on the indicator of channel quality, determining a transmission scheduling parameter related to a transmission protocol for further transmissions from the network node device to the user equipment; and
facilitating transmitting, to the user equipment, the transmission scheduling parameter.

US Pat. No. 10,462,788

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR OPERATING A DEVICE ON A LICENSED SPECTRUM AND AN UNLICENSED SPECTRUM

Motorola Mobility LLC, C...

1. A method comprising:operating a device on a wireless wide area network channel using a wireless wide area network base station using a wireless wide area network radio access technology;
detecting at least one wireless local area network base station using the wireless wide area network radio access technology operating on a wireless local area network frequency;
scanning wireless local area network frequencies;
sending information including information about the at least one wireless local area network base station using the wireless wide area network radio access technology, the results of scanning the wireless local area network frequencies, and device specific information to a base station; and
communicating on a wireless local area network channel of the wireless local area network frequencies with a wireless local area network base station of the at least one wireless local area network base station using the wireless wide area network radio access technology in response to sending the information.

US Pat. No. 10,462,530

SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR PROVIDING A MULTI-PERSPECTIVE VIDEO DISPLAY

OPENTV, INC., San Franci...

1. A computerized method comprising:receiving, by a media device, via a network and from a provider system, first data and video content, the first data indicating control information that identifies a video perspective of the video content and each of a plurality of audio perspectives of audio content related to a frame of reference for presentation with the video perspective;
receiving, by the media device, via the network and from the provider system, second data including metadata that relates to one or more attributes of the frame of reference for presentation of each of the plurality of audio perspectives with the video perspective;
accessing, by the media device and from a storage location, using a first identifier for a first audio perspective identified in the control information, first audio data for the first audio perspective selected from among the plurality of audio perspectives of audio content, the first audio perspective related to a first frame of reference for presentation with the video perspective;
providing, by the media device, the video perspective with the first audio data for the first audio perspective for presentation of the first audio perspective with the video perspective on a display device;
receiving, by the media device, at a time during the presentation of the video perspective rendered with the first audio perspective at the display device, a command indicating a selection of a second audio perspective from among the plurality of audio perspectives, the second audio perspective related to a second frame of reference for presentation with the video perspective;
identifying, by the media device, using the metadata in the second data and based on the time of the command, a portion of second audio data for the second audio perspective related to the second frame of reference for presentation of the second audio perspective with the video perspective;
accessing, by the media device, using a second identifier in the control information, the identified portion of the second audio data for the second audio perspective; and
responsive to the command indicating the selection of the second audio perspective, updating, by the media device, using the second audio data and during the presentation of the video perspective rendered with the first audio perspective at the display device, the presentation to render the video perspective with the selected second audio perspective in substitution of the first audio perspective.

US Pat. No. 10,462,478

METHOD OF VIDEO GENERATION

Apical Limited, Cambridg...

1. A method for generating an output video frame, the method comprising:receiving an encoded video;
decoding the encoded video whereby to produce a decoded video frame;
retrieving first video frame data from a first group of pixels of the decoded video frame;
retrieving second video frame data from a second group of pixels, different to the first group of pixels, of the decoded video frame; and
generating an output video frame by combining information derived from the first video frame data and information derived from the second video frame data, wherein the combining comprises:
for a given pixel of the output video frame, combining information describing the given pixel derived from the first video frame data and information describing the given pixel derived from the second video frame data.

US Pat. No. 10,462,238

REACHABILITY ANALYTICS FOR COMMUNICATIONS

Mitel Networks, Inc., , D...

1. A non-transitory computer readable medium storing machine readable instructions comprising:a reachability engine executed by a processing unit that determines a reachability for a specified party in response to a request for reachability from a client computing device, wherein the reachability characterizes a first probability that the specified party will answer a request for communication using a specified mode of telecommunication at a given time, and wherein the reachability further characterizes a second probability that the specified party will answer the request for communication using an alternate mode of telecommunication, and wherein the first probability and the second probability are above zero percent and less than one-hundred percent;
wherein the reachability engine displays the determination of reachability to an interactive graphical user interface on the client computing device on a reachability output view of the interactive graphical user interface;
wherein the interactive graphical user interface displays information representing a duration of time that the reachability of the specified party is expected to remain above or below a threshold on a duration output view of the interactive graphical user interface;
wherein the interactive graphical user interface includes an element to initiate electronic communication with the specified party via the specified mode of telecommunication or the alternate mode of telecommunication; and
wherein the reachability is based on status data that characterizes an aggregate of at least two of direct status data characterizing a presence state of the specified party, indirect status data and historical status data for the specified party, the status data being maintained in a profile database within a reachability server and obtained from a plurality of database servers connected to a network, wherein the presence state characterizes at least a willingness of the specified party to communicate using voice communications.

US Pat. No. 10,462,165

INFORMATION SECURITY IMPLEMENTATIONS WITH EXTENDED CAPABILITIES

8x8, Inc., San Jose, CA ...

1. A security system comprising:at least one central server coupled to a plurality of client computers and configured to:
provide configuration data to each of the plurality of client computers, the configuration data including parameters that define criteria for identifying sensitive data and trigger events on the plurality of client computers, the trigger events defined by the configuration data as a function of a sensitivity level of the sensitive data and monitored data communications;
in response to a notification received from one of the plurality of client computers, monitor data communications of the one of the plurality of client computers for sensitive data by reviewing data communications therefrom;
restrict transmission for a subset of the reviewed data communications in response to detecting sensitive data;
receive identified data from applications running on the plurality of client computers and that indicates an access of sensitive data matching the criteria indicated by the configuration data;
in response to the identified data indicating that a first trigger event occurred, determine whether or not the identified data indicates that a second trigger event occurred, wherein the first trigger event includes at least access of an external email address and the second trigger event includes at least use of a cut and paste operation; and
select and perform a security action based on the determination of the occurrence of the first and second trigger events, an association between the first and second trigger events, and a risk-level based on the association of the first and second trigger events.

US Pat. No. 10,461,767

SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMATION REGISTER (SAR) ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTER (ADC) WITH SWITCHABLE REFERENCE VOLTAGE

SHENZHEN GOODIX TECHNOLOG...

1. A successive approximation register (SAR) analog to digital converter (ADC), comprising:a SAR logic circuit configured to generate a digital input word;
a DAC, configured to receive the digital input word and an analog input voltage, and to generate a first voltage based on the analog input voltage and the digital input word; and
a comparator, comprising:
a first input terminal configured to receive the first voltage, and
a second input terminal configured to receive a second voltage,
wherein the comparator is configured to generate a comparator output voltage based on the first and second voltages, wherein the comparator output voltage has a value corresponding with a sign of a difference between the first and second voltages; and
a voltage reference generator, configured to generate the second voltage,
wherein the SAR logic circuit is further configured to receive the comparator output voltage, and to generate the digital input word for the DAC based on one or more comparator output voltages received from the comparator,
wherein the voltage reference generator comprises:
a first switch connected to the second input terminal of the comparator configured to selectively connect the second input terminal to a reference voltage;
a reference capacitor connected to the second input terminal of the comparator; and
a second switch connected to the reference capacitor and selectively connected to either of a ground voltage and the reference voltage, wherein the second switch is configured to selectively connect the reference capacitor to either of the ground voltage and the reference voltage.

US Pat. No. 10,461,478

CONNECTOR HAVING SHELL AND CONNECTOR DEVICE

HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD....

1. A connector fittable to a partner connector, comprising:a housing;
a contact attached to the housing; and
a conductive shell attached to the housing,
wherein the housing includes a body portion and a fitting target portion extending from the body portion to a side of fitting to the partner connector,
a diameter of a side portion outer peripheral surface of the fitting target portion is, at at least part thereof, set smaller than a diameter of a side portion outer peripheral surface of the body portion,
the conductive shell includes a first shell and a second shell,
the first shell includes a cover portion configured to cover at least part of an outer peripheral surface of the housing, an elastic arm having a free end on the side of fitting to the partner connector, and a support portion elastically connecting the elastic arm to the cover portion and configured to support the elastic arm in a cantilever manner,
the elastic arm has a lock portion configured to lock fitting between the connector and the partner connector at a position closer to a free end side than the support portion,
the elastic arm has a stepped portion corresponding to a stepped surface of the housing provided using a difference in the diameter between the body portion and the fitting target portion,
the second shell includes a portion facing the stepped portion at a position closer to the side of fitting to the partner connector than the stepped portion of the elastic arm,
the elastic arm and the cover portion are made out of a single metal plate and continuous to each other,
the elastic arm is held apart from the cover portion through the support portion and positioned outer than the cover portion in a radial direction,
the cover portion and the elastic arm have substantially opposing surfaces, the surface of the elastic arm being positioned outer than the surface of the cover portion in the radial direction,
the second shell further includes an ejection hole, and
the lock portion is positioned inside of the ejection hole and a part of the lock portion protrudes from the ejection hole.