||WO||WO/2014/128685 - SYSTEMS AND METHODOLOGIES FOR CONTROLLING ACCESS TO A FILE SYSTEM||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050921||VARONIS SYSTEMS, INC.||FAITELSON, Yakov|
A method for controlling access to a file system having data elements, including the steps of maintaining a record of respective actual accesses by users of the file system to the data elements, defining a proposed removal of a set of the users from a superset of the users, wherein members of the superset have common access privileges to a portion of the data elements, and wherein following an implementation of the proposed removal, members of the set retain respective proposed residual access permissions, ascertaining, prior to the implementation of the proposed removal, that at least one of the respective actual accesses are disallowed to the members of the set, or to non-members of the set having actual access profiles which are similar to the actual access profiles of the members of the set, by the respective proposed residual access permissions, and generating an error indication, responsively to the ascertaining.
||WO||WO/2014/128686 - SYSTEMS AND METHODOLOGIES FOR MONITORING SHARED DATA ELEMENTS||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050923||VARONIS SYSTEMS, INC.||FAITELSON, Yakov|
A method for automatically ascertaining the presence of shared data elements stored on multiple storage resources in a network, the method including automatically ascertaining the presence of multiple storage resources on the network by continuously monitoring the network, for each of the multiple storage resources ascertained to be present in the network, automatically ascertaining the presence of shared data elements associated with data elements stored thereon, and for each of the shared data elements ascertained to be stored on the multiple storage resources in the network, automatically ascertaining at least one property of at least one share designator associated with each of the shared data elements.
||WO||WO/2014/128687 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TESTING FREQUENCY SYNTHESIZER||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050926||ISRAEL AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES LTD.||GREENBERG, Igal|
A method of testing a frequency synthesizer over a predetermined frequency range using a delay unit complying with a spectral delay distribution model modeling a spectral delay distribution of the delay unit over the predetermined frequency range. The method comprises generating at least one test signal with the frequency synthesizer according to at least one test command; passing the at least one test signal through the delay unit so as to obtain at least one delayed test signal; measuring at least one shift of a signal attribute between the delayed test signal and the test signal; estimating an accuracy of the frequency synthesizer by comparing the at least one measured shift with an expected shift, the expected shift being derived from the spectral delay distribution model of the delay unit and from the at least one test command.
||WO||WO/2014/128689 - TANGENTIAL RAMPING MILLING INSERT AND HIGH SPEED MILLING TOOL USING SUCH AN INSERT||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050079||ISCAR LTD.||ATAR, Osama|
A single-sided tangential ramping milling insert (14) for high speed milling includes opposite insert seating and top surfaces (20,22) and a peripheral surface (24) which extends therebetween. The milling insert (14) has a reference plane (P) which passes through the entire peripheral surface (24), midway between the seating and top surfaces (20,22). The peripheral surface (24) includes two opposite side surfaces (26). Each side surface (26) includes a first cutting edge (40), a second cutting edge (42) connected to the first cutting edge (40) and extending transversely thereto, a ramping cutting edge (44) connected to the second cutting edge (42) and located opposite the first cutting edge (40), and a rake surface (38) which extends from at least a portion of the first cutting edge (40) toward the insert seating surface (20). The milling insert (14) includes two ramping relief surfaces (60), each of which extends from a ramping cutting edge (44) of one side surface (26) towards the first cutting edge (40) of the opposite side surface (26).
||WO||WO/2014/128690 - COMMUNICATION APPARATUS||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050117||SHALEV, Doron||SHALEV, Doron|
A Communication Apparatus is described, herein referred as the CA, with integrated functionalities of a User Equipment (UE) and a Home Node-B (HNB), which interconnects to a Core Network (CN) through successive steps. In a first step, the CA interconnects to a Home Node-B GateWay (HNB-GW) over an Internet Protocol (IP) network, over an Iuh Interface. In a second step, the HNB-GW interconnects to the CN over an Iu Interface. Some embodiments describe multi-layered protocol stacks for implementing control plane, user plane and management functionalities for the CA. Uu Air Interface functionalities are provided by an Inter Process Communication (IPC) method.
||WO||WO/2014/128712 - STYLUS FOR A DIGITIZER SYSTEM||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050192||N-TRIG LTD.||STERN, Yuval|
A signal emitting stylus for operation with a digitizer system includes a resonant circuit including a first capacitor and an inductor, the circuit operative to alternate between receiving a wirelessly transmitted first signal and generating electrical field; a controller and a power source. The controller operates the resonant circuit in a receive mode for receiving the first signal, decodes the received first signal and switches operation of the resonant circuit to a transmit mode for generating the electrical field and coupling the electrical field to a digitizer system in response to detecting the first signal. The power source powers generation of the electrical field.
||WO||WO/2014/128692 - POWER-SAVING IN A DISTRIBUTED ANTENNA SYSTEM (DAS)||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050159||CORNING OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS WIRELESS LTD||ATIAS, Nissim|
Power management in a distributed communications system, such as a distributed antenna system (DAS), that includes determining user activity at remote units of the DAS. When user activity in one or more remote units falls below or above a specified threshold, power usage by the one or more remote units is reduced or increased accordingly. The power usage may reduced and/or increased by turning select remote units on or off, by increasing or reducing an operating voltage of one or more power amplifiers, and/or by turning select multiple-in, multiple-out (MIMO) front ends on or off. Power may be reduced such that wireless coverage within a specified area is maintained.
||WO||WO/2014/128694 - A REUSABLE CLOSURE FOR WET WIPES||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050166||NIZAHON, Erez||NIZAHON, Erez|
A reusable closure element for a package of wet wipes having an edge, for maintaining the moistness of the wet wipes The reusable closure element comprises a flexible bottom section and a rigid top section, which can be disassembled and transferred to another package and reassembled, as many times as needed. The bottom section has an aperture rim and disposed on each side of it is a V-shaped wing each extending outwardly therefrom and defining a gap in which there is disposed a tab, so that wing and tab structure provides a clamp-type arrangement designed to engage the edge of the package. The closure element further provides for individually dispensed wipes by having a sharp point positioned on the edge of the clamping tabs which causes a wipe being pulled out of the package to become separated from the next wipe.
||WO||WO/2014/128695 - BEDDING MARKING AS A VISUAL AID FOR DETERMINATION OF ORIENTATION||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050167||PALOMBO, Sara Rita||PALOMBO, Sara Rita|
A bed article of bedding including at least one orientation marking, wherein the at least one orientation marking is positioned near an edge of the article of bedding identified by the orientation marking, and a bed article of bedding set further including a corresponding article of bedding cover including at least one corresponding orientation marking to the at least one orientation marking of the article of bedding, wherein the at least one corresponding orientation marking corresponds to the at least one orientation marking on the article of bedding.
||WO||WO/2014/128696 - COAT-PROTECTING DEFECTS IN A WAFER PIECE||28.08.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050170||CAMTEK LTD.||NITZAN, Boaz|
A formulation is provided, which comprises a thermosetting resin mixture comprising at least one of: an amine resin, an epoxy resin and a phenolic resin; an ultraviolet (UV) curable acrylate mixture comprising at least one of a mono- or di-functional acrylic monomer and a tri- or poly- functional acrylic oligomer, and further comprising at least one adhesion promoting acrylic-based monomer; at least one electrically conductive colorant; and at least one UV sensitive photoinitiator. The formulation may be used to coat-protect defects in a wafer piece sample from abrasion by ion milling.