||WO||WO/2014/053072 - RECREATIONAL VEHICLE BEAM SWITCH ASSEMBLY||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082518||HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC.||QIN, Lei|
A switch assembly (108) includes a housing (202), a switch (204), a lock mechanism (206), and an input element (208). The switch (204) is disposed within the housing (202) and configured to translate, along a first axis (212), between a first switch position and a second switch position. The lock mechanism (206) is disposed within the housing (202) and configured to translate, along a second axis (216) that is parallel to the first axis (212), between an unlock position and a lock position. The input element (208) is coupled to the switch (204) and the lock mechanism (206) and is movable relative to the housing (202). The input element (208) is adapted to receive an input force and is configured, upon receipt thereof to selectively and simultaneously move the switch (204) and the lock mechanism (206) between the first and second switch positions and the unlock and lock positions, respectively.
||WO||WO/2014/053078 - MULTIFUNCTIONAL TENT BED||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082531||YUAN, Ziqi||YUAN, Ziqi|
A multifunctional tent bed includes tent supporting frames (1), tent supporting frame slots (2), tent cloth (3), an inflatable bed (4), a paddle (5), a 180 ° flap (8), a flap fixing slot (7). The tent supporting frames (1), the tent supporting frame slots (2), the tent cloth (3) and the paddle (5) are on the inflatable bed (4). The 180 ° flap (8) is connected with the flap fixing slot (7). The flap fixing slot (7) is connected to the lower side of the inflatable bed (4). The tent supporting frame slots (2) are connected with the four corners of the inflatable bed (4). The tent supporting frames (1) are connected with the tent supporting frame slots (2). The tent cloth (3) is connected with the tent supporting frames (1). The multifunctional tent bed can make more convenient for more people favoring field camp, allow users to contact with nature more healthy, and make the tent bed more available.
||WO||WO/2014/053071 - BRIDGING AND INTEGRATING DEVICES ACROSS PROCESSING SYSTEMS||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082517||INTEL CORPORATION||LUO, Sai|
Particular embodiments described herein can offer an electronic fabric for a processing system that includes a fabric adapter to couple to a first fabric associated with a first system and to couple to a second fabric associated with a second system. The fabric adapter is configured to pass bidirectional communications between the first system and the second system. The electronic fabric can further include an address translation agent configured to map a first physical address in a first address space of the first system to a second physical address in a second address space of the second system.
||WO||WO/2014/053075 - METHOD, APPARATUS AND SYSTEM OF MANAGING A USER LOGIN INTERFACE||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082527||INTEL CORPORATION||ZHAO, Jian|
A device, method and system for recovering an operating system may comprise a login input part movement control module to determine at least one factor related to a movement of a login input part from a position for a previous user login to a position for a new user login; a login input part movement module to move the login input part based on the at least one factor; and a display module to display the login input part after the movement for the new user login.
||WO||WO/2014/053076 - CRS INTERFERENCE MITIGATION FOR EPDCCH/PDSCH DEMODULATION UNDER COMP||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082529||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||SONG, Xinghua|
According to the disclosure, there is provided a method for the UE to mitigate Cell-specific Reference Signal (CRS) interference (not only the other interference cells' CRS interference but also the serving cell's CRS interference) during ePDCCH/PDSCH demodulation. In one non-limiting embodiment, a CRS interference mitigation method may include steps of: determining CRS having been configured is not serving cell's CRS; and mitigating interference originating from the serving cell's CRS by referring to serving cell's CRS configuration. The present disclosure also relates to a UE for implementing the above CRS interference mitigation method.
||WO||WO/2014/053079 - BOTTOM-EXHAUST AIR SHOWER ROOM||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082839||TIANJIN TIANXING ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.,||ZANG, Zhuhua|
A bottom-exhaust air shower room having new air introduced through the four sides and the top thereof and expelled through an air-processing tank in the bottom thereof; negative pressure is present in the air shower room during air showers; the new air exchanges heat with the exhaust air; exhaust of air through the bottom is done to ensure that a respiratory system receives fresh air, thus ensuring that a user may breath comfortably; the heat exchange between the new air and the exhaust air reduces energy loss.
||WO||WO/2014/053073 - BROADCAST/MULTICAST USED FOR M2M/MTC||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082520||QUALCOMM INCORPORATED||WANG, Jun|
A method, an apparatus, and a computer program product for wireless communication are provided. An apparatus notifies a user equipment (UE) of an upcoming multicast/broadcast of data intended for receipt by a group of UEs assigned a machine type communication (MTC) class. The UE has one or more MTC classes assigned to it and is configured to awake for the upcoming multicast/broadcast of data if the data to be broadcast corresponds to an MTC class assigned to the UE. The apparatus also multicasts/broadcasts the data intended for receipt by a group of UEs through at least one multicast/broadcast mechanism.
||WO||WO/2014/053077 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TIME DIVISION SYNCHRONOUS (TDS) CODE DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS (CDMA) RECEIVE ANTENNA DIVERSITY DEMODULATIONS||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082530||QUALCOMM INCORPORATED||ZHAO, Wanlun|
Apparatus and method for wireless communication in a wireless communication network that includes determining a cross antenna spatial weight, calculating an equivalent single antenna channel impulse response (CIR) and the equivalent single antenna noise variance for the first antenna and the second antenna based the cross antenna spatial combing weight, and modeling an equivalent single antenna channel.
||WO||WO/2014/053074 - METHOD AND APPARATUS USING HIGH-EFFICIENCY ATOMIC OPERATIONS||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/082523||QUALCOMM INCORPORATED||TIAN, Zhixin|
A method of controlling access between multiple master devices to a shared resource is disclosed. The method includes receiving a request to access the shared resource from a first master device, and determining availability of the shared resource. If the shared resource is available, a successful response is returned to the first master device to establish access by the first master device to the shared resource. If the shared resource is unavailable, a failed response is returned to the first master device. During the resource's unavailability, it is automatically monitored for when the shared resource becomes available. Once available, the first master device is automatically notified.
||WO||WO/2014/053080 - INTEGRATED DIAGNOSIS/TREATMENT DEVICE FOR MASTOPATHY||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/083278||WU, Shiming||WU, Shiming|
An integrated diagnosis/treatment integrated device for mastopathy, comprising a host control system (10), as well as an infrared thermal imaging subsystem (20), an ultrasound imaging subsystem (30), and an ultrasound conductive treatment subsystem (40) respectively in communication with the host control system (10); the host control system (10) is electrically connected to a display terminal (50), and is also provided with an intelligent interpretive expert system; the infrared thermal imaging subsystem (20) is used to conduct infrared detection on the mammary gland to locate an abnormal area; the ultrasound imaging subsystem (30) is used to display the structural change of the abnormal area; the intelligent interpretive expert system provides a reasonable diagnosis-treatment solution according to the detection results of the infrared thermal imaging subsystem and the ultrasound imaging subsystem and in conjunction with a pre-stored mastopathy image characteristic knowledge base; and the ultrasound conductive treatment subsystem (40) is used to conduct targeted drug penetration treatment according to the suggestion of the intelligent interpretive expert system. An integrated diagnosis/treatment device for mastopathy can realize noninvasive, painless and precise diagnosis and treatment for mastopathy simultaneously, thus greatly facilitating both doctors and patients.