|1.||WO||WO/2013/172817 - COMBINED HARD/SOFT RELAY FORWARDING FOR HYBRID-AUTOMATIC REPEAT REQUEST (ARQ) EXPLOITATION||21.11.2013||
|PCT/US2012/037817||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||KRUGLICK, Ezekiel|
Technologies are generally presented for a relay forwarding system combining a data efficiency of soft forwarding that increases generalized signal-to-noise ratio (GSNR) with the ability to use hybrid-automatic repeat requests (H-ARQs) substantially high throughput levels may be maintained by using repair instead of packet re-requests. A relay may receive an incoming signal and perform both a soft forward to a relay destination and a non-forwarded hard decode within the relay. The hard decode results may be analyzed for errors locally to detect suspected bit errors and H-ARQ ACK/NACK signals may be sent so that retransmission can be obtained before a rolling buffer in the relay reaches frame end.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/168276 - STORAGE SYSTEM AND STORAGE SYSTEM CONTROL METHOD||14.11.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/062057||HITACHI, LTD.||KASAKO Naohisa|
The purpose of the invention is to expand the size of a copy source volume, and then to expand the size of a copy destination volume at a desired timing while keeping synchronization in a copy pair before expansion. A first controller defines an existing pair indicating copying from a first existing area, which is a storage area before the size of a first logical volume is expanded, to a second existing area, which is a storage area before the size of a second logical volume is expanded, maintains the existing pair in a synchronization state in which the second existing area is synchronized with the first existing area, and expands the size of the first logical volume by adding a first expansion area in a first storage device to the first logical volume during the synchronization state. A second controller adds a second expansion area in a second storage device to the second logical volume after the size of the first logical volume is expanded, and writes data written in the first expansion area to the second expansion area.
|3.||WO||WO/2013/163827 - POLARIZING-PIECE STRIPPING MACHINE AND METHOD THEREOF FOR STRIPPING POLARIZING-PIECE||07.11.2013||
|PCT/CN2012/075278||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||ZHONG, Xinhui|
The present invention relates to a polarizing-piece stripping machine and a method thereof for stripping a polarizing-piece. The polarizing-piece stripping machine comprises an operation platform and a conveying device having a translatable surface. The operation platform is provided with a gap that is used as a polarizing-piece stripping position; the translatable surface of the conveying device is located below the gap; when the polarizing-piece is stripped, a glass substrate with the polarizing-piece to be stripped slides along the upper surface of the operation platform through the gap; and the stripped polarizing-piece extends downwards through the gap and is paved on the translatable surface of the conveying device, and horizontally moves along with the translatable surface of the conveying device. In the polarizing-piece stripping machine and the method for stripping the polarizing-piece of the present invention, the polarizing-piece stripping operation is changed into a continuous process, so as to eliminate the damages incurred by static electricity accumulation in the polarizing-piece stripping process to a panel and an operator, and heat the polarizing-piece, thereby reducing the stripping strength and the fragmenting possibility.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/165392 - DETECTABLY-LABELED CARBON FIBER||07.11.2013||
|PCT/US2012/035953||ANDERSON, Kraig||ANDERSON, Kraig|
Compositions and methods for labeling carbon fiber with a detectable tag are disclosed. A composition includes at least one tag affixed to carbon fiber. The tag includes a plurality of detectable labels selected from quantum dots and organic fluorophores arranged in a detectable pattern. In addition, methods for the facile detection of the source, type, and/or physical condition of carbon fiber labeled with a detectable tag are disclosed.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/159384 - METHOD AND MACHINE FOR SEPARATING LIQUID CRYSTAL PANEL AND LINER||31.10.2013||
|PCT/CN2012/075158||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||WANG, Xingang|
The present invention provides a method and machine for separating a liquid crystal panel and a liner. The method for separating a liquid crystal panel and a liner comprises: Step 1, providing a separation machine and a combination of a liquid crystal panel to be separated and a liner, the separation machine comprising a control device, an in-place detection device electrically connected to the control device, and a separation device electrically connected to the control device, the separation device comprising a suction device, a plurality of air blowing devices, and a plurality of vibration devices; Step 2, the control device controlling the suction device to move towards the combination of the liquid crystal panel to be separated and the liner; Step 3, a middle suction nozzle first contacting and sucking the liner of the combination of the liquid crystal panel to be separated and the liner, and then a first suction nozzle contacting and sucking the liner of the combination of the liquid crystal panel to be separated and the liner; Step 4, the control device controlling the vibration devices to vibrate to make the combination of the liquid crystal panel to be separated and the liner vibrate, and the control device controlling the air blowing devices to blow air to the side edge of the combination of the liquid crystal panel to be separated and the liner; and Step 5, the liner of the combination of the liquid crystal panel to be separated and the liner being subjected to the vibration and air blowing and being separated from the liquid crystal panel.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/160947 - DYEING COMPOSITE AND METHOD OF DYEING A FIBER||31.10.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/002845||Empire Technology Development LLC||NOGUCHI, Masakatsu|
A dyeing composite comprising: a polymer core containing a magnetic material; and at least one dye arranged so as to surround the polymer core, as well as a method of preparing the dyeing composite, are described. The dyeing composite is used in a method of dyeing a fiber.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/160934 - STORAGE APPARATUS, COMPUTER SYSTEM AND SNAPSHOT CREATION METHOD||31.10.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/002790||HITACHI, LTD.||OKADA, Wataru|
In a storage apparatus using AW technology, deterioration in I/O performance accompanying saving of data for creating a snapshot is suppressed as much as possible. When saving a snapshot image after returning a write completion response to a host computer, a storage apparatus according to the present invention performs the saving preferentially for a storage area with a low priority of snapshot image deletion.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/153638 - POWER CONVERSION DEVICE||17.10.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/059920||Mitsubishi Electric Corporation||ICHIHARA, Masafumi|
A power conversion device comprises: a current sensor for detecting phase current flowing through a phase current line; a first phase voltage detection unit for detecting a first phase voltage of the phase current line with reference to the voltage level of a P-line; a second phase voltage detection unit for detecting a second phase voltage of the phase current line with reference to the voltage level of an N-line; an estimation unit for, based on the magnitude and sign of the first phase voltage and the magnitude and sign of the second phase voltage, estimating a zero-cross point timing of the phase current flowing through the phase current line; a calculation unit for obtaining a correction value for the value detected by the current sensor in accordance with the value detected by the current sensor at the estimated zero-cross point timing; and a correction unit for correcting the value detected by the current sensor by using the obtained correction value.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/145339 - WORK VEHICLE AND METHOD FOR CONTROLLING WORK VEHICLE||03.10.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/061881||KOMATSU LTD.||SHIRAO, Atsushi|
In the present invention, a recording unit records inching characteristic information. The inching characteristic information stipulates the relationship between an inching operation quantity and an inching characteristic value. The inching characteristic value is a value that is in accordance with a pilot pressure that is reduced by means of inching control. By means of referring to the inching characteristic information, a computation unit computes a command value to a pilot pressure control valve from the inching operation quantity detected by an inching operation quantity detection unit. In the inching characteristic information, the rate of decrease in the inching characteristic value when the inching operation quantity is in a first range (R1) is greater than the rate of decrease in the inching characteristic value when the inching operation quantity is in a second range (R2) that is greater than the first range (R1).
|10.||WO||WO/2013/136363 - COMPUTER SYSTEM AND FRAME TRANSFER BANDWIDTH OPTIMIZATION METHOD||19.09.2013||
|PCT/JP2012/001745||HITACHI, LTD.||TSUBOKI, Masanao|
A computer system and frame transfer bandwidth optimization method capable of data transfer bandwidth control on a logical unit basis and according to the relevant storage tier in a storage apparatus (4) are suggested. When encapsulating a first frame (Fr1, Fr2, Fr3), in which transfer target data is stored, in a second frame (LUO) and sending or receiving it between first and second nodes, the number of frames, that is, the number of a multiplicity of first frames to be stored in one second frame, is determined in advance for each storage tier or logical unit defined within a storage apparatus (4); and the multiplicity of first frames as many as the number of frames that is set in advance to a logical unit, which is a write destination or read destination of the relevant data, or a storage tier to which the relevant logical unit belongs, are stored in the second frame and sent to the other end of a communication link (53). Preferably, the number of stacking frames is set to a larger value for a higher-level storage tier. The number of stacking frames is obtained from a logical unit and tier association management table. The system and method are particularly useful when integrating iSCSI frames and Fibre Channel frames on a Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) link. The bandwidth can be controlled on a storage tier basis by setting a different number of stacking frames for each storage tier.