||WO||WO/2014/111911 - MONOFILAMENT IMPLANTS AND SYSTEMS FOR DELIVERY THEREOF||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050981||JAVELIN MEDICAL LTD.||SHINAR, Guy|
Systems, devices and methods are presented for embolic protection. In some embodiments, a device for implantation in a patient's vessel containing a fluid flow is provided which comprises proximal and distal ends, an undeployed, substantially linear state, and a deployed, spring-like (helical) state comprising windings. When the device is deployed, the line segment connecting the proximal and distal ends is approximately perpendicular to the majority of the windings and to the fluid flow. In some embodiments, a delivery device for the monofilament device is provided. The delivery device comprises a needle having a lumen, a sharp distal end, and a pusher slidable within the needle. A method for deploying the monofilament device using the delivery device is provided.
||WO||WO/2014/111912 - A NOVEL MODE DIVISION MULTIPLEXING OPTICAL LINK||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050984||RAFAEL ADVANCED DEFENSE SYSTEMS LTD.||SEGEV, Yehonatan|
The invention is a method and apparatus for creating mode division multiplexed channels capable of integration into photonic integrated circuits with direct spatial separation at the receiver end, thus removing the need for a DMUX module or at least significantly simplifying it. This is achieved by using a set of actuators that induce controllable mode mixing in a multi- mode fiber (MMF) at the transmitter in such a way that spatially separated channels are achieved at the receiver. As a result, no DMUX is required and failure of a single channel does not cause total communication link failure as occurs in links implemented with MUX/DMUX.
||WO||WO/2014/111916 - ON-CHIP PORT CURRENT CONTROL ARRANGEMENT||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/051086||MICROSEMI CORP. - ANALOG MIXED SIGNAL GROUP, LTD.||COHEN, Shimon|
A port current control arrangement, constituted of: a current source arranged to generate a reference current or a predetermined value; an on-chip reference resistor, the generated reference current arranged to produce a reference voltage across the on- chip reference resistor; an on-chip sense resistor, a port current arranged to flow through the on-chip sense resistor and produce a sense voltage across the on-chip sense resistor, wherein the resistance of the on-chip sense resistor exhibits a predetermined relationship with the resistance of the first on-chip reference resistor; and a current control circuit, a first input of the current control circuit arranged to receive the produced reference voltage and a second input of the current control circuit arranged to receive the sense voltage, wherein the current control circuit is arranged to limit the port current to a value responsive to the received reference voltage and the received sense voltage.
||WO||WO/2014/111928 - MICROFLUIDIC DEVICE AND METHOD THEREOF||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050041||TECHNION RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION LTD.||LEVENBERG, Shulamit|
A microfluidic device includes a platform with a microstructure. The microstructure include a primary channel and a plurality of chambers that open to the primary channel to enable a sample fluid that is loaded into the device via the primary channel to flow into the chambers. Each chamber has a volume that is less than tens of nanoliters and is connected by a vent to a secondary channel of the microstructure. A width of the vent is configured to enable a gas to escape from the chamber to the secondary channel while inhibiting flow of the sample fluid from the chamber into the secondary channel.
||WO||WO/2014/111945 - GAAS-BASED DETECTOR HIGHLY STABLE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050071||YEDA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD||NAAMAN, Ron|
The present invention provides semiconductor devices, particularly devices based on the Molecular Controlled Semiconductor Resistor (MOCSER), which are highly stable in aqueous solutions. The semiconductor devices of the invention may be used for the detection of various target molecules, e.g., proteins, peptides, carbohydrates and small molecules, in different solutions such as physiological solution, bodily fluids and bodily fluid-based solutions.
||WO||WO/2014/111919 - A CATALYST AND A PROCESS FOR CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF CARBON DIOXIDE-CONTAINING GAS AND HYDROGEN STREAMS TO HYDROCARBONS||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/000006||B.G. NEGEV TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS LTD.||LANDAU, Miron|
The invention relates to a catalyst suitable for use in the hydrogenation of carbon dioxide-containing gas, said catalyst comprising spinel phase of the formula [ Fe2+(Fe3+yAl3+1-y)2O4 ]. Processes for preparing the catalyst and processes for the hydrogenation of carbon dioxide-containing gas in the presence of the catalyst are also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/111918 - ANCHORING ELEMENTS FOR INTRACARDIAC DEVICES||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/000004||MVALVE TECHNOLOGIES LTD.||EFTEL, Avi|
An intracardiac device comprising a ring-shaped body and one or more anchoring or stabilizing elements attached to said body, said elements being selected from the group consisting of levered anchoring arms, elongate anchoring arms, and lateral extension elements, wherein said device is able to move between two conformations, a collapsed conformation suitable for insertion into a delivery catheter, and an open conformation, suitable for implantation at a cardiac valve annulus.
||WO||WO/2014/111931 - DELAY COMPENSATION WHILE CONTROLLING A REMOTE SENSOR||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050045||ISRAEL AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES LTD.||BAR DAVID, Sagiv|
The presently disclosed subject matter includes a method, a system and a delay compensation unit configured for compensating a delay in communication between a sensing unit and a control unit. A succession of two or more captured images are received from the sensing unit; information indicative of command dynamics parameters are obtained from the control unit; based on the information and a respective transfer function which models the dynamics of the sensor module, the expected reaction of the sensing module to the command is determined; and information indicative of the reaction before the command is executed in the sensing unit can be provided.
||WO||WO/2014/111938 - TRANSFER TAPE COMPRISING ADHESIVE FOR A PROTECTIVE WRAP||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050057||CLERGET, Cyril||RIMON, Uri|
The present invention provides in a protective wrap for a product to be left in the open air, a transfer tape 100 useful for joining said protective wrap's outer layer 210 to said protective wrap's inner layer 270, said transfer tape 100 having: a. at least one outer adhesive layer 120 adapted to adhere at least one UV protective film 30 to said protective wrap's outer layer 210; b. said at least one UV protective film 130 connected on a first side to said outer adhesive layer 120; and c. at least one inner adhesive layer 140 connected to a second side of said at least one UV protective film 130, said inner adhesive layer 140 adapted to adhere to said protective wrap's inner layer 270.
||WO||WO/2014/111944 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR IDENTIFYING EXPLOSIVES||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IL2014/050070||EHRLICH, Gal||PATOLSKY, Fernando|
A method and a system for identifying an explosive in a sample are disclosed. The method comprises receiving an explosive fingerprint defined by a set of kinetic parameters, describing a plurality of interactions between the explosive and each of a respective plurality of functional moieties. The method further comprises using a data processor for accessing a database of explosive fingerprints, and searching the database for a database fingerprint matching the received fingerprint. The system comprises a plurality of sensing devices, each comprising semiconductor nanostructures (e.g. Si nanowires ) having attached thereto a functional moiety selected to interact with a nitro-containing and/or peroxide-containing explosive sample.