Total 7912 patents for "2019-06-06"

TRANSMITTER AND METHOD FOR FORMATTING TRANSMIT DATA INTO A FRAME STRUCTURE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190173640

A transmitter has a transmit chain that is configured to format transmit data into a frame structure that comprises signal blocks interspersed with training sequences for assisting a receive operation. The transmit chain is configured to insert two training sequences between a signal block and its following signal block in the frame structure. The transmitter also comprises a sequence generator configured to form the two training sequences, and in particular to form them such that a first of the training sequences is a negative of the second. Having one training sequence being the negative of the other helps to avoid the Direct Current (DC) subcarrier and provides good properties for channel estimation.

IMAGE CAPTURING APPARATUS

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190174052

An image capturing apparatus capable of interchanging a lens unit includes a processing unit configured to perform image correction processing based on data acquired by an acquisition unit. In the image capturing apparatus, the acquired data includes information of a first shooting condition, configured in a discrete manner, information of a plurality of second shooting conditions provided for each information of the first shooting condition, and correction information corresponding to a combination of the information of the first shooting condition and the information of the second shooting condition.

ENCODING DEVICE AND METHOD AND CORRESPONDING DECODING DEVICE AND METHOD

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190173657

Encoding of information bit sequences by use of an encoding device having more than two encoding entities is provided. Decoding of output codewords by a decoding device having more than two decoding entities is further provided. The encoding and the decoding are implemented through transmitting output codewords, generated by the encoding device, to the decoding device via a channel, wherein two or more user devices transmit the respective output codewords concurrently via the channel.

DUAL CHAMBER BLOOD RESERVOIR

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190167886

A blood reservoir may be used in combination with other elements such as a heart lung machine (HLM), oxygenator, heat exchanger, arterial filter and the like to form an extracorporeal blood circuit that may be employed in a procedure such as a bypass procedure. The blood reservoir may be configured to receive, filter and store blood from a number of sources including vent blood (from within the heart), venous blood (from a major vein), purge blood (from a sampling line) and cardiotomy or suction blood (from the surgical field).

PREVIEW OF DOWNLOADABLE FONTS

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190171694

Methods and devices for previewing downloadable fonts may include receiving a preview font request for a visual representation of at least one font on a display. The methods and devices may include determining whether the at least one font is a locally stored font on the computer device or a downloadable font. The methods and devices may include retrieving, from a preview font file on the computer device, a preview instance that includes one or more glyph outlines to visually represent the at least one font when the at least one font is a downloadable font. The methods and devices may include transmitting the preview instance for presentation on the display.

ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE DEVICE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF, DISPLAY PANEL, AND DISPLAY DEVICE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190172880

The present disclosure provides an organic light emitting diode device and a manufacturing method thereof, a display panel and a display device. The organic light emitting diode device includes: a substrate; and a light emitting component and a first structural layer provided on a side of the substrate, wherein the light emitting component is provided on a side of the first structural layer distal to the substrate, and a surface area of a light emitting surface of the light emitting component is larger than an area of an orthographic projection of the light emitting component on the substrate.

MEMORY SYSTEMS AND DEVICES THAT SUPPORT CLOCK-TO-CLOCK ALIGNMENT, TRAINING AND METHODS OF OPERATING SAME

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190172509

A memory device performs first training including a plurality of loop operations to align a main clock signal and a data clock signal, which are received from a memory controller. A method of operating the memory device includes generating division ratio information indicating a division ratio set based on a frequency ratio of the main clock signal to the data clock signal and transmitting the division ratio information to the memory controller to perform the first training. A first loop operation includes: receiving first phase control information, which is generated based on the division ratio information, from the memory controller, dividing the data clock signal based on the division ratio to generate a division data clock signal, selecting a first phase from among a plurality of phases based on the first phase control information, generating a first comparison target clock signal that is shifted from the division data clock signal by the first phase, comparing a phase of the first comparison target clock signal with a phase of the main clock signal, and transmitting a first phase comparison result to the memory controller.

Motion Detection and Localization Based on Bi-Directional Channel Sounding

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190170869

In a general aspect of the examples described, motion is detected based on bi-directional channel sounding. In an example, a first set of channel information is obtained from a first device. The first set of channel information is based on a first set of wireless signals transmitted from a second device through a space at a first time in a timeframe. A second set of channel information is obtained from the second device. The second set of channel information is based on a second set of wireless signals transmitted from the first device through the space at a second time in the timeframe. The first and second sets of channel information are analyzed to detect a category of motion or a location of detected motion in the space during the timeframe.

AUTOMATION OF NETWORKING A GROUP OF MACHINES

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190174560

A method including entering, by machine, a first field defined by first field boundaries; and automatically associating the machine with a first wireless network defined by the first field boundaries, the first wireless network comprising a secured data communications network.

QUANTITATIVE PRESSING SPRAYER AND CONTAINER COMPRISING THE SAME

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190168245

A quantitative pressing sprayer includes a clamping plate, a pressing head, and a hand-held screw cap connected with a container. The pressing head penetrates through the hand-held screw cap. The clamping plate is pressed against and arranged on the pressing head. An end of the clamping plate is used as a fixed end that is connected with the hand-held screw cap. Another end of the clamping plate is used as a pressed end. The clamping plate drives the pressing head with the fixed end as a pivot of a lever. The pressed end and the fixed end form a first arm, the pressing head and the fixed end form a second arm, and the first arm is longer than the second arm.

HANDLE ASSEMBLY FOR AN ARCHITECTURAL COVERING

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169927

A handle assembly is provided. The handle may include first and second portions. The first portion may define a gripping feature and may include a rear surface. The second portion may extend from the rear surface of the first portion and may be configured to couple the handle to a rail of the architectural covering without the need for additional fixing elements.

METHOD FOR PRODUCTION OF NOVEL GALETERONE ANALOGS AND USES THEREOF

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169227

Galeterone and its C-3 analogs are of substantial interest because of their multi-target anticancer activities, including AR and Mnk degrading activities. Provided are novel procedures for gram-scale, high-yield synthesis of C-3 analogs of galeterone, including 3-(1H-imidazole-1-yl)-17-(1H-benzimidazole-1-yl)-androsta-5,16-diene (galeterone 3-imidazole) and 3-(pyridine-4-ylmethoxy)-17-(1H-benzimidazol-1-yl)androsta-5,16-diene (galeterone 3-pyridine methoxylate).

Device for comprehensive health monitoring

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190167104

Implementations described herein disclose a method for direct screening and monitoring of health parameters of multiple individual subjects in a remote location with easy access and periodic visits by such multiple individual subjects, where such remote location is not a healthcare facility. Furthermore, an apparatus disclosed herein enables remote health monitoring of individual subjects including children outside the confines of a healthcare facility.

USE OF PRODRUGS OF FUMARATES IN TREATING HEART FAILURE DISEASES

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190167638

Methods and pharmaceutical compositions comprising one or more prodrugs (e.g., aminoalkyl prodrugs) of monomethyl fumarate (MMF) thereof are provided herein for the treatment of a heart failure disease, including heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. The compounds of the present disclosure are configured to be converted in vivo, upon oral administration, to monomethyl fumarate. Upon conversion, the active moiety (i.e., monomethyl fumarate) of various embodiments is effective in treating subjects suffering from a heart failure disease, including heart failure with preserved ejection fraction.

GLYCOSYLATED VWF FUSION PROTEINS WITH IMPROVED PHARMACOKINETICS

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169268

The invention relates to a fusion protein comprising a main protein and one or more extension peptides, wherein the amino acid sequence of the main protein is identical or similar to the amino acid sequence of a mammalian protein or a fragment thereof, and said extension peptide comprises a cluster of O-glycosylated amino acids. The extension peptide is identical to a non-repeated sequence of the mammalian protein and/or identical or similar to SEQ ID NO: 1. The main protein is preferably VWF. The fusion protein has an increased half life as compared to the main protein and may be used to increase the half-life of a binding partner, e.g. FVIII. The invention further relates to the complex formed by the fusion protein, a polynucleotide encoding the fusion protein as well as a vector and host cell comprising the polynucleotide.

GLYCOPROTEIN V INHIBITORS FOR USE AS COAGULANTS

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169307

The present invention relates to an inhibitor of platelet glycoprotein V (GPV) for use as a coagulant, and/or for use in the treatment or prevention of a hemorrhagic condition.

Virtual Stack Button for Software Having a Branched Task Structure

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190171355

Navigation tools and techniques for software are disclosed. Various types of virtual buttons can be used in the GUI of a software program to make it easier for a user to navigate across or through different branched or hierarchical tasks defined by the software. The virtual button can function to accept, execute, close, or exit a given open, active branched task, as well as save or store a setting of the active branched task for use by another branched task. The virtual button includes a visual indicator that is indicative of how many of the branched tasks are currently open. The virtual button may represent a stack of buttons, or a stack of branched, open tasks, but where only one of such branched tasks may be active, i.e., subject to user input and interaction, at a given time. Related methods, storage media, devices, and systems are also disclosed.

Application Method of Bluetooth Low-energy Electronic Lock Based on Built-in Offline Pairing Passwords, Interactive Unlocking Method of a Bluetooth Electronic Lock and Electronic Lock System

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190172285

An application method of a Bluetooth low-energy electronic lock based on built-in offline pairing passwords, an interactive unlocking method of a Bluetooth electronic lock, and an electronic lock system are provided, wherein data propagation of some public keys or public addresses is carried out through a scanning response packet of a broadcast packet, the mobile phone APPs run in a Bluetooth server mode, the Bluetooth electronic lock works in a Bluetooth client mode, the Bluetooth electronic lock periodically sends a broadcast packet of a random address, and the Bluetooth electronic lock has a set of temporary door-opening passwords of random algorithm built in after manufacture; and during the initialization process, the Bluetooth electronic lock uploads the built-in temporary door-opening password set, with the random algorithm, through the relational data of application services and the public address of the Bluetooth electronic lock.

METHODS, SYSTEMS, AND MEDIA FOR PROVIDING A REMOTE CONTROL INTERFACE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190171407

In accordance with some implementations of the disclosed subject matter, mechanisms for providing a remote control interface are provided. In some implementations, a method for providing a remote control interface is provided, the method comprising: receiving an image of a user input interface associated with a media playback device; identifying the user input interface from a plurality of user input interfaces based on image recognition; determining a code library associated with the identified user input interface; and transmitting the code library to a mobile device that provided the image of the user input interface, wherein the code library allows a mobile device to control the media playback device.

Infant Holder

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190167010

Disclosed herein is an infant holder to safely secure, hold, and properly support a relatively small or premature infant during a feeding session using a substantially circular or oval base, releasibly fastening straps to secure the infant, adjustable bolsters to support the infant, and straps or a pass-through tube to secure the holder to a caregiver's arm or hand.

INTEGRATED WHEEL ASSEMBLIES USING MOTOR AND SPEED REDUCER

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190168620

Wheel assembles using integrated motors and speed reducers for electric vehicles are disclosed for providing improved structural efficiency. A wheel assembly may include a motor for providing power to a wheel, a leading or trailing type or similar suspension link, a caliper mounted to the suspension link and configured to engage a friction brake rotor on the wheel, and a synchronous belt mounted off-axis for implementing speed reducing. In certain embodiments, the respective components of the wheel assembly are nested to fit into a minimal volume. In other embodiments, the wheel assembly includes a motor that is not nested and that is configured to supply power to the wheel via a belt and pulley system.

Method and Devices for Passing a Chronic Total Occlusion and Re-entry into a True Lumen

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190167955

Methods and devices are disclosed for passing Chronic Total Occlusion (CTO) from subintimal location and re-entry into a true-lumen of the patient using transient fenestration approach. The transient fenestration is induced by balloon dilatation within the CTO, and a guidewire quickly trails into a true lumen.

ACTIVE CMOS RECOVERY UNITS FOR WIRELESS POWER TRANSMISSION

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190173389

A rectifying circuit includes, in part, first and second NMOS transistors, an impedance matching network, and an RF block circuit. The source and gate terminals of the first NMOS transistor respectively receive the ground potential and a biasing voltage. The second NMOS transistor has a gate terminal coupled to the drain terminal of the first NMOS transistor, a drain terminal coupled to the gate terminal of the first NMOS transistor, and a source terminal receiving the ground potential. The impedance matching network is disposed between the antenna and the drain terminals of the first and second NMOS transistors. The RF block circuit is coupled between the drain terminals of the first and second NMOS transistors and the output terminal of the rectifying circuit. The RF block circuit is adapted to prevent the RF signal from flowing into the output terminal of the rectifying circuit.

CHEMICAL REACTION DEVICE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169760

Disclosed here is a method of operating a chemical reaction device that includes the steps of determining the presence of surplus power more than a demand, and determining the presence of solar energy.

SELF-HEALING POLYMER COMPOSITIONS

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169446

A self-healing polymer is described herein, including a first carbon nanotube filled with at least a first healing agent, wherein the first carbon nanotube has first and second ends, wherein a first end cap is closed on the first end of the first carbon nanotube and a second end cap is closed on the second end of the first carbon nanotube, and a second carbon nanotube filled with at least a second healing agent, wherein the second carbon nanotube has first and second ends, wherein a first end cap is closed on the first end of the second carbon nanotube and a second end cap is closed on the second end of the second carbon nanotube.

Oxidative Coupling of Methane Process with Enhanced Selectivity to C2+ Hydrocarbons by Addition of H2O in the Feed

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169090

A process for producing olefins comprising introducing to a reactor a reactant mixture comprising methane, oxygen, and water, wherein the reactor comprises a catalyst, and wherein water is present in the reactant mixture from 0.5 mol % to 20 mol %; allowing the reactant mixture to contact the catalyst and react via an OCM reaction to form a product mixture comprising C 2+ hydrocarbons, unreacted methane, and byproducts; wherein C 2+ hydrocarbons comprise olefins and paraffins; and wherein the process is characterized by a productivity, a C 2+ selectivity, or both that is increased when compared to a productivity, a C 2+ selectivity, or both, respectively, of an otherwise similar process conducted (i) with a reactant mixture comprising methane and oxygen and (ii) without water present in the reactant mixture from 0.5 mol % to 20 mol %; recovering the product mixture from the reactor; recovering C 2+ hydrocarbons from the product mixture; and recovering olefins from C 2+ hydrocarbons.

PRODUCT INFORMATION GENERATION SYSTEM, PRODUCT INFORMATION GENERATION PROGRAM, AND PRODUCT INFORMATION GENERATION METHOD

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190171902

Provided is a product information generation system and the like capable of performing comprehensive determination using information on access to a plurality of pieces of media data from media data representing a product and generating product information. A product information generation system including a storage unit that stores access information used for access to product media data representing a product from a plurality of terminal devices in association with the product media data, a communication unit that receives the product media data transmitted from one terminal device, a feature extraction unit that extracts a feature of the received product media data, a similar media acquisition unit that acquires similar product media data of which a degree of similarity to the received product media data is equal to or higher than a predetermined degree of similarity and the access information associated with the similar product media data from the storage unit on the basis of the extracted feature, and an information generation unit that merges a plurality of pieces of access information of the acquired similar product media data to generate product information indicating the product of the received product media data.

BLOCKCHAIN MANAGED STORAGE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190172282

An example operation may include one or more of receiving a request to open a storage system, the request comprising an identification of a user that submitted the request, transmitting a notification to one or more stakeholder devices of the storage system indicating the user requests access to the storage system, receiving responses from the one or more stakeholder devices, determining, via a smart contract executing on a blockchain node associated with the storage system, whether to open the storage system based on the received responses and consensus information included in the smart contract, and storing the determination made by the smart contract as a transaction in a blockchain.

ABRASIVE ARTICLES AND METHODS OF FORMING THE SAME

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190168358

An abrasive article may include an organic bond material, abrasive particles contained within the organic bond material and a plasticizer contained within the organic bond material. The plasticizer may include at least one of an aromatic phenyl group, a heteroaromatic furyl group, or a saturated aliphatic hydrocarbon. The plasticizer may further include a polar group.

METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR FAST UPLOAD OF AUTONOMOUS MISSION PLANS IN UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190172359

A system and method for rapidly modifying flight mission plans for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is described. This includes a programming controller that requests the name of the existing flight mission in the UAV. When the requested name of the existing flight mission in the UAV is found to be the same name as that of the desired flight mission in the programming controller then the UAV is simply enabled by the programming controller to carry out the desired flight mission. When the requested name of the existing flight mission in the UAV is found not to be the same name as the modified flight mission in the programming controller then the programming controller creates and provides instructions to the UAV for rapidly updating the existing flight mission into the desired flight mission. These rapid updating instructions are similar to currently used ways of synchronizing personal computers in point-in-time procedures.