|1.||WO||WO/2013/179362 - ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING ELEMENT, ORGANIC EL DISPLAY PANEL, ORGANIC EL DISPLAY DEVICE, COATED DEVICE, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THESE||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/006122||PANASONIC CORPORATION||YAMAMOTO, Tsuyoshi|
In the present invention, an organic light emitting element has a substrate, a light emitting unit formed above the substrate, and a bank in which an organic layer contained in the construction of the light emitting unit is divided in the direction along the main surface of the substrate. The length of a first direction of the organic layer divided by the bank has, in plan view, a long surface shape as compared to the length of a second direction that is orthogonal to the first direction. The surface of the organic layer has in the second direction a convex shape facing upward (upward facing) in the thickness direction, and in the first direction has a convex shape facing downward (downward facing) in the thickness direction.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/179363 - OPTICAL WIRELESS TRANSMISSION DEVICE, OPTICAL WIRELESS TRANSMISSION METHOD, AND OPTICAL WIRELESS TRANSMISSION SYSTEM||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/008290||NEC CORPORATION||ITOU, Takuya|
The purpose of the present invention is to provide an optical wireless transmission device capable of communicating with an opposing device, to which communication is to be established, by means of using optical transmission or wireless transmission as the situation demands in accordance with the opposing device, selecting both an arbitrary frequency from a plurality of frequencies and an arbitrary path, and furthermore multiplexing a signal as necessary. An optical wireless transmission device (1) converts a plurality of input baseband signals into an optical or electrical signal as necessary, modulates each signal by using respectively different frequencies, furthermore multiplexes a certain number of optical modulated signals together and multiplexes a certain number of wireless modulated signals together, and either transmits an optical multiplexed signal to the opposing device through given optical fibers (3 to 5) or transmits a wireless multiplexed signal to an opposing device through a directional antenna (18).
|3.||WO||WO/2013/179361 - ORGANIC EL ELEMENT, ORGANIC EL PANEL, ORGANIC EL LIGHT EMITTING APPARATUS, AND ORGANIC EL DISPLAY APPARATUS||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/005693||PANASONIC CORPORATION||MISHIMA, Kosuke|
An organic EL element is provided with: a pixel electrode (104) that is provided on a TFT substrate (112) portion corresponding to a pixel region (120); auxiliary wiring (110), which is provided on a TFT substrate (112) portion corresponding to an auxiliary region (121); a hole injection layer (105) that is provided on the pixel electrode (104) and the auxiliary wiring (110); and a light emitting layer (107) that is provided on a hole injection layer (105) portion corresponding to the pixel region (120). Furthermore, the organic EL element is provided with: an electron injection layer (108) that is provided on the light emitting layer (107) and on a hole injection layer (105) portion corresponding to an auxiliary region (121); and a common electrode (109), which is continuously provided on the electron injection layer (108). The hole injection layer (105) contains WOx, the electron injection layer (108) contains NaF, and the common electrode (109) contains Al having reducing characteristics with respect to NaF contained in the electron injection layer (108).
|4.||WO||WO/2013/179364 - PROGRAM-INFORMATION DISPLAY DEVICE, PROGRAM-INFORMATION OUTPUT DEVICE, AND PROGRAM-INFORMATION DISPLAY METHOD||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/008367||PANASONIC CORPORATION||TSUJI, Hisashi|
This program-information display device is equipped with: an identification unit (21) for obtaining identification information for identifying a video program being displayed by a television (3), and a scene within the video program; a program-information acquisition unit (22) for acquiring program information pertaining to the video program identified using the identification information, and including first program information and second program information, the contents of which are different from one another; a display unit (24) for displaying the program information acquired by the program-information acquisition unit (22); and a control unit (23) for switching the program information to be displayed by the display unit (24) from the first program information to the second program information, according to a switch from a non-commercial scene to a commercial scene, when the scene within the video program identified using the identification information switches from a non-commercial scene to a commercial scene.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/179365 - PLANETARY MIXER||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/063600||INOUE MFG.,INC.||INOUE, Masakazu|
A planetary mixer used in the manufacturing process for chemicals, medical products, electronics, ceramics, pharmaceuticals, food products, livestock feed products and the like, wherein material does not stick to the vertical side of a frame-type mixing blade when the frame-type mixing blade is moved in a planetary motion within a tank and a solid or liquid material to be processed is stirred, mixed, milled, kneaded, or the like. A vertical side (22) of a frame-type mixing blade (20) is configured in a cross-sectional form having two inclined faces (25, 26) that are inclined toward the interior tank wall, an edge face (29) joining the exterior tips (28) of the inclined face, and an arcuate interior face (30) joining the interior tips (27) of the inclined face so that spacing between the interior tips (27), on the side further from the interior tank wall, is large, and the facing space between the exterior tips (28), on the tank interior wall side, is small. Because the interior face (30) of the vertical side is formed in an arc, there is no stagnation in the material flow, and adhering and sticking is prevented.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/179366 - NUMERICAL CONTROL DEVICE||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/063615||Mitsubishi Electric Corporation||TERADA, Koji|
A numerical control device for controlling a machine tool having an X shaft on which a turret to which a tool is attached is caused to move, an H shaft on which the turret is caused to rotate, and a C shaft on which a workpiece is caused to rotate, the Y shaft not intersecting with the X shaft; wherein the numerical control device is provided with: an analysis means for analyzing a hypothetical-Y-shaft rapid-traverse command in a hypothetical-Y-shaft interpolation mode in which an X-Y shaft movement command in a processing program is converted to a command in an X-H-C coordinate system, the results obtained by analyzing the converted command are interpolated, and the X shaft, H shaft, and C shaft are driven in an associated manner; a C-shaft interpolation processing means for interpolating the C-shaft angle according to the analyzed hypothetical-Y-shaft rapid-traverse command; and an X-shaft interpolation processing means for interpolating the X-shaft position on the basis of the interpolated C-shaft angle. The e numerical control device controls the position of the X shaft so that the C shaft is rotated while being kept at a constant speed and the hypothetical Y shaft moves in a substantially straight line.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/179367 - NUMERICAL CONTROL DEVICE||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/063618||Mitsubishi Electric Corporation||TOYA, Kodai|
A numerical control device (1) for generating a message to notify an operator with a processing program for controlling a machine tool begin used as an input, and outputting the message to a message notification device (6), the numerical control device (1) being provided with: a message-material-information-acquisition unit (3) for acquiring message-change information showing a basic message serving as a model for the message, and change details relating to the message, on the basis of a message notification instruction (21) in the processing program; and a derivative-message generator (4) for adding to the basic message a change based on the message-change information, generating the message, and outputting the message to the message notification device (6).
|8.||WO||WO/2013/179368 - ELECTRODE PAD FOR USE ON LIVING ORGANISM||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/063622||NIPRO CORPORATION||SANO, Yoshihiko|
[Problem] To provide an electrode pad, for use on a living organism, that can measure an electrocardiographic signal without being hindered by body-motion noise. [Solution] An electrode pad, for use on a living organism, that is attached to the skin of said living organism, detects an electrical signal, and supplies said electrical signal to an electrocardiograph. Said electrode pad for use on a living organism is characterized by the provision of a mesh-like electrode that extends along the skin, a conductive gel sheet that is layered on top of the electrode and extends along the surface of the skin, and a soft protective sheet that covers the layered electrode and conductive gel sheet.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/179369 - POROUS FILM MANUFACTURING METHOD||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/063623||MIWA Tech Co.,Ltd||NAGAI Toshiaki|
The purpose of the present invention is to improve the thickness accuracy of a drawn raw material and draw the material appropriately without crushing and deforming or destroying the pores formed in each stage of uniaxial low-temperature drawing and uniaxial multi-stage high-temperature drawing. A porous film manufacturing method comprises the steps of: manufacturing a draft oriented raw material by sequentially guiding each melted thermoplastic crystalline resin to the spiral grooves on the outer peripheral surfaces of multiple sections of block pipes and forming a uniform flow of the melted resin in the spiral grooves by individually bringing a rotary gear into sliding contact with the resin from outside, supplying the uniform flow of each melted resin into multiple sections of die blocks to superimpose the resin as thin layers, and performing draft orientation extrusion molding on the superimposed melted resin used as the raw resin; recrystallizing the draft oriented raw material; drawing the recrystallized draft oriented raw material uniaxially at a low temperature; drawing the draft oriented raw material, which has been drawn uniaxially at a low temperature, uniaxially in multiple stages at a high temperature; and performing a heat treatment on the draft oriented raw material that has been drawn uniaxially in multiple stages at a high temperature.
|10.||WO||WO/2013/179370 - LED BACKLIGHT DISPLAY DEVICE AND LED BACKLIGHT ARRANGEMENT METHOD||05.12.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/063625||NEC Display Solutions, Ltd.||MIYAMOTO Tsuneo|
The present invention is an LED backlight display device (10) that comprises: a liquid crystal panel housing (11) that has long side sections (11A) and short side sections (11B) on the edges thereof and that is formed to have an overall rectangular shape; and a backlight (12) that is arranged so that LED light-emitting elements (12A) form a line along the edge of the liquid crystal panel housing (11). The LED backlight display device (10) is characterized in that the backlight (12) is arranged on either the long side sections (11A) or the short side sections (11B) of the liquid crystal panel housing (11), and a front sensor (S2) that detects the brightness and chromaticity of the backlight (12) is arranged on a long side section (11A) or a short side section (11B) of the liquid crystal panel housing (11) that does not have the backlight (12) arranged thereon.