||WO||WO/2014/062161 - A TECHNIQUE FOR EXTREMELY HIGH ORDER IM CORRECTION||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060390||NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS OY||NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS US LLC|
A method for correcting high order IM products is described. The method includes creating a modified input signal by increasing one or more portions of an input signal (such as the whole time domain signal for example). The input signal consists of a desired signal and other non-linear products. Each of the one or more portions includes high order IM products. A pre-distorted signal is created by pre-distorting the modified input signal in accordance with a finite signal plan. An output signal is generated by amplifying the pre- distorted signal. Apparatus and computer-readable media are also described.
||WO||WO/2014/062166 - MULTILATERAL BORE JUNCTION ISOLATION||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060462||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||BENSON, Cole A.|
A junction can be isolated from fracturing pressure using a liner extending from a one bore through a junction into a lateral bore, where at least a portion of the liner is retrievable from the lateral bore prior to completion of wellbore construction. The junction may be temporarily isolated from high pressure, such as high pressure from a fracturing stimulation process. Part of the liner can be retrieved using a disconnect mechanism or technique.
||WO||WO/2014/062151 - HIGH REFRACTIVE INDEX OPHTHALMIC DEVICE MATERIALS WITH REDUCED TACK||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060193||NOVARTIS AG||LEHMAN, Chance|
High refractive index copolymers with reduced tack are disclosed. The copolymers, which are particularly suitable for use as ophthalmic device materials, comprise a benzhydryl methacrylate or benzydryl methacrylate derivative monomer.
||WO||WO/2014/062156 - RE -ATTACHING TO THE NETWORK AFTER RECEPTION OF A SERVICE REJECT AT A USER EQUIPMENT IN RESPONSE TO A SERVICE REQUEST||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060289||NOKIA CORPORATION||BERGIUS, Hannu|
Methods and apparatus, including computer program products, are provided for delaying a service request. In one aspect there is provided a method. The method may include receiving, at a user equipment, a message including a service rejection sent by a network; starting a timeout period in response to the received message including the service rejection; and waiting to send an attach request to the network until at least one of a radio resource control connection release is received from the network or the timeout period expires. Related apparatus, systems, methods, and articles are also described.
||WO||WO/2014/062162 - RECHARGEABLE BATTERY RECYCLING||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060396||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||KRUGLICK, Ezekiel|
Technologies for recycling rechargeable batteries are described. For example, a rechargeable battery may be recycled through a cycle that includes one or more of determining a battery condition while the rechargeable battery may be used in a networkable device, updating a rechargeable battery database with the battery condition over a network, determining recycling instructions, and outputting the recycling instructions on the networkable device. In other examples, multiple rechargeable batteries may be recycled by receiving battery conditions and identification codes over a network, updating a rechargeable battery database with battery conditions and identification codes, and assigning rechargeable batteries to recycling processes according to battery conditions and identification codes.
||WO||WO/2014/062178 - UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS AND/OR INSTRUCTION PREVENTION, DETECTION, AND/OR REMEDIATION, AT LEAST IN PART, BY STORAGE PROCESSOR||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060629||INTEL CORPORATION||NEMIROFF, Daniel|
An embodiment may include a storage processor that may be comprised, at least in part, in a host. The host may include at least one host central processing unit (CPU) to execute at least one host operating system (OS). The storage processor may execute at least one operation in isolation from interference from and control by the at least one host CPU and the at least one host OS. The at least one operation may facilitate, at least in part: (1) prevention, at least in part, of unauthorized access to storage, (2) prevention, at least in part, of execution by the at least one host CPU of at least one unauthorized instruction, (3) detection, at least in part, of the at least one unauthorized instruction, and/or (4) remediation, at least in part, of at least one condition associated, at least in part, with the at least unauthorized instruction.
||WO||WO/2014/062165 - BLOOD PRESSURE REDUCTION WITH DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060446||BIOTICS RESEARCH CORPORATION||SPARKS, William, S.|
A daily dose of 6,000 mg of taurine, 1,000 mg of vitamin C, 150 mg of grape seed extract, 100 mg of vitamin B6, 2 mg of biotin, 2,000 IU of vitamin D3, and 87 mg of magnesium is shown to reduce blood pressure in hypertensive individuals by more than 10 mm Hg.
||WO||WO/2014/062152 - NOISE-REDUCING DIRECTIONAL MICROPHONE ARRAY||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060198||MH ACOUSTICS, LLC||ELKO, Gary, W.|
In one embodiment, a directional microphone array having (at least) two microphones mounted on opposite sides of a device generates forward and backward base signals from two (e.g., omnidirectional) microphone signals using diffraction filters and equalization filters. Each diffraction filter implements a (possibly different) transfer function representing the response of an audio signal traveling from a corresponding microphone around the device to the other microphone. A scale factor is applied to, for example, the backward base signal, and the resulting scaled backward base signal is combined with (e.g., subtracted from) the forward base signal to generate a first-order differential audio signal. After low-pass filtering, spatial noise suppression can be applied to the first-order differential audio signal. Microphone arrays having one (or more) additional microphones can be designed to generate second- (or higher-) order differential audio signals.
||WO||WO/2014/062183 - COMMUNICATING TUPLES IN A MESSAGE||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060770||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||CHEN, Qiming|
Multiple tuples are combined by a processing node into a message that has a key portion including a value of a key, and a payload including a relation containing content of the combined plurality of tuple. The message is sent to a receiving node.
||WO||WO/2014/062167 - MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKING CONTROLLERS AND ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS AND METHODS||24.04.2014||
||PCT/US2012/060468||VOLTERRA SEMICONDUCTOR CORPORATION||MCJIMSEY, Michael, D.|
A maximum power point tracking controller includes an input port for electrically coupling to an electric power source, an output port for electrically coupling to a load, a control switching device, and a control subsystem. The control switching device is adapted to repeatedly switch between its conductive and non- conductive states to transfer power from the input port to the output port. The control subsystem is adapted to control switching of the control switching device to regulate a voltage across the input port, based at least in part on a signal representing current flowing out of the output port, to maximize a signal representing power out of the output port.