||WO||WO/2014/035230 - HOUSING FOR ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PROTECTION OF A PORTABLE COMMUNICATION DEVICE||06.03.2014||
||PCT/MY2012/000238||MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC||WOOI, Ping Teoh|
A housing (100) provides electrostatic discharge protection and structural robustness for a portable communication device. A hybrid formation of an inner housing portion (102) composed a non-ESD material provides for robustness and an outer housing portion (104) formed of ESD material provides improved grounding.
||WO||WO/2014/035231 - METHOD OF PAIRING MOBILE DEVICES||06.03.2014||
||PCT/MY2012/000245||SILVERLAKE MOBILITY ECOSYSTEM SDN BHD||CHAN, Tong, Yap|
A method of pairing mobile devices 102,104 is disclosed herein. In a described embodiment, the method includes (i) receiving pairing parameters from the mobile devices 102,104 to be paired, the pairing being initiated by shaking movement of the mobile devices 102,104 and the pairing parameters including respective shaking directions of the mobile devices 102,104; (ii) verifying the pairing parameters with pairing conditions to determine the two mobile devices 102,104 for pairing; (iii) determining if the shaking directions are to be used in the verification step (ii); and (iv) if the pairing conditions are satisfied, pairing the mobile devices 102,104. An apparatus for pairing mobile devices and other pairing methods are also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/035232 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR OVERRIDING A PTT SWITCH TO ACTIVATE A MICROPHONE||06.03.2014||
||PCT/MY2012/000248||MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC||MOHD, Faisal, Abdullah|
A method and apparatus for operating a bypass switch (124, 202) for bypassing a PTT switch (120) when a two-way radio device system (100) is to be operated in a hands-free mode responsive to a voltage applied to a microphone input line (114) in a pre-selected range.
||WO||WO/2014/035233 - A COMPOSITION FOR COGNITION AND COSMESTIC PURPOSES||06.03.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000033||BIOTROPICS MALAYSIA BERHAD||V. K. GEORGE, Annie George|
The present invention is related to a composition containing an extract from the Polygonum minus for cognition and cosmetic purposes. The method of obtaining the said extract from the Polygonum minus is also disclosed. In another preferred embodiment, the cognition and cosmetic composition contains extract of Polygonum minus comprise a combination of compounds characterized by presence of quercetin-3-glucuronide and quercitrin. In another preferred embodiment, wherein the amount of said extract of Polygonum minus is selected based on its having efficacy in prevention of oxidative damage demonstrated by a high antioxidant value and Cell-based Antioxidant Protection in an Erythrocyte model (CAP-e assay). In another preferred embodiment, there is provided a process for isolation of an active extract from Polygonum minus comprising the steps of a) subjecting the said Polygonum minus including aerial parts of the plant including stem and/or leaves to solvent extraction preferably with a material solvent ratio of 1: 10-20 by percolation at a temperature range of 70-105° C preferably 80° C to obtain the extract; and b) filtering the extract obtained from step (a) above followed by concentration and drying involving freeze drying, spray drying or vacuum belt drying to obtain therefrom the dry extract powder.
||WO||WO/2014/035235 - AN EXCHANGEABLE PILING RAM||06.03.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000151||IPH EQUIPMENT SDN. BHD.||TEE, GAN TING|
A weight exchangeable piling ram comprising a base ram (101) having a plurality of slots (103) disposed on its top; a plurality of first elongated members (105), each has a first end (105a) engaged to individual slot (103) and a second end (105b) readily connected to a manifold (200); optionally a supplementary ram (107), defining a plurality of longitudinally extending trough passages (109), disposed in between the base ram (101) and the manifold (200) by engaging to the second end (105b) of the first elongated member (105) through a coupler (111) accommodated within each trough passage (109) adjacent to the bottom of the supplementary ram (107); and a plurality of second elongated members (113) that each, possesses a first tip (113a) and a second tip (113b), is inserted into individual trough passage (109) to have the first tip (113a) fixed to the coupler (111) and the second tip (113b) exposed at the top of the supplementary ram (107) to readily connect to the manifold (200).
||WO||WO/2014/035234 - A PILING RAM WITH IMPROVED ACTUATOR CONNECTIONS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000150||IPH EQUIPMENT SDN. BHD.||TEE, GAN TING|
A piling ram (100) comprising a hollow elongated casing (101) having an upper section connected to a lower, section; a load (103) positioned at the lower section of the casing (101); an assembly of linear actuator (105), which is defined by a barrel (107) enclosing a piston rod (109) fashioned to slidably move in related to the barrel (107), having one end of the piston rod (109) attached onto the load (103) and a free end extended from a circular flange (111) of the barrel (107); a fitting (113) located at the top of the casing (101) for housing the circular flange (111); and a fluid driving system in communication with the assembly of linear actuator (105) to operate the movement of the piston rod (109) in related to the barrel (107) to move the load (103) within the lower section characterized in that the circular flange (111) has the side edge (111a) tapered downwardly to facilitate the circular flange (111) to slidably self-align into the fitting (113) upon occurrence of misalignment of the circular flange. (Ill) immediately above the fitting (113).
||WO||WO/2014/030993 - NEUTRON ACTIVATED 153SM LABELLED MICROSPHERES||27.02.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000147||UNIVERSITI MALAYA (UM)||ABDULLAH, Basri Johan Jeet|
The present invention relates to a method of preparation of 153Sm labelled microspheres, comprising the steps of incorporating a 152Sm compound into insoluble ion-exchange resin or glass beads and subsequently performing neutron activation of the incorporated samarium microspheres. It further includes radioactive microspheres containing153SmCI3 or a hydrate thereof and the clinical use of such radiolabeled microspheres.
||WO||WO/2014/027875 - MULTIBAND ANTENNA ASSEMBLIES||20.02.2014||
||PCT/MY2012/000236||LAIRD TECHNOLOGIES, INC.||NG, Kok Jiunn|
An exemplary embodiment of an multiband antenna assembly includes a printed circuit board having a plurality of elements thereon. The plurality of elements may include a radiating element, a matching element, a feed element configured to be operable as a feeding point for the multiband antenna assembly, and a shorting element configured to be operable for electrically shorting the radiating element to ground. The antenna assembly may be operable within at least a first frequency range and a second frequency range different than the first frequency range without requiring any matching lump components coupled to the printed circuit board.
||WO||WO/2014/027880 - PLANT REGENERATION FROM PROTOPLASTS DERIVED FROM ELAEIS SP SUSPENSION CULTURES||20.02.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000145||MALAYSIAN PALM OIL BOARD||Abdul Masani Mat Yunus|
The present disclosure relates to a protocol for the regeneration of Elaeis plants from protoplasts and to the genetic manipulation of the protoplasts to introduce or facilitate expression of desired properties and beneficial traits in Elaeis plants.
||WO||WO/2014/027881 - A CONFIGURATION PROFILE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR MOBILE||20.02.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000146||MIMOS BERHAD||FAZREIL, Amreen Bin Abdul Jalil|
The present invention provides a versioning manager that is to be implemented into a mobile computing device (105) and is configured to enable the mobile computing device (105) to perform the following tasks, including: backing-up multiple versioned configuration profiles thereof into a remote repository (115'), selecting one of stored multiple versioned configuration profiles in the remote repository (115') using a rollback mechanism for configuration profile restoration, and mutually exchanging the configuration profile thereof with at least one another mobile device (105). The mobile computing device (105) is operatively communicated with the remote repository (115') via a network (100).