||WO||WO/2014/137310 - SYNCHRONIZED PHYSICAL LAYER RECONFIGURATION AMONG USER EQUIPMENT, MACROCELL, AND SMALL CELL IN MACROCELL-ASSISTED SMALL CELL DEPLOYMENTS||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/028793||NOKIA CORPORATION||ROSA, Claudio|
Various communication systems may benefit from synchronized physical layer reconfiguration among user equipment, macrocell and small cell in macrocell-assisted small cell deployments. A method may include dynamically changing a physical layer configuration of transmission of uplink control information in a network. The method may also include applying the dynamic change of the physical layer configuration between at least one user equipment and at least two transmitting devices The method may also include performing random access channel procedures for a physical layer reconfiguration between at least one user equipment and at least two transmitting devices.
||WO||WO/2014/137314 - ABANDONMENT AND CONTAINMENT SYSTEM FOR GAS WELLS||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/028926||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||JOHNSON, Michael|
The invention presents a method for plugging and abandoning spent wells. An expandable liner hanger having sealing elements positioned thereon, is run-in and expanded, creating at least one seal against fluid migration. A redundant seal is created using a swellable annular sealing device, such as a swell packer. The swell packer and liner hanger are run-in and expanded. A bottom valve is closed and the expansion and running tools released from the liner hanger. After pulling out of the running tool, the wellbore is cemented creating an effective plug.
||WO||WO/2014/137316 - BONDING OF TITANIUM COATING TO CAST CoCr||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/029063||PCC STRUCTURALS INC.||SCHLEICHER, John|
Described is a medical implant having a CoCr cast body and a commercially pure (CP) Ti coating. The CP Ti coating is diffusion bonded to the CoCr body and is 5-3000 μm thick. Also described is a process for producing the medical implant that includes preparing the cast CoCr body for coating, applying a coating using a cold spray process, and diffusion bonding the coating to the body using hot isostatic pressing.
||WO||WO/2014/137321 - MODIFICATION OF APPLICATION STORE OUTPUT||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/029110||MCAFEE, INC.||MUTTIK, Igor|
Technologies for electronic communication may include receiving a group of indications. Each indication of an element of digital content may be configured to be downloaded to a client from a digital distribution framework. The technologies may also include evaluating each of the elements of digital content and, based on the evaluations, suppressing a display of one or more of the indications on the client.
||WO||WO/2014/137346 - SYNCHRONIZING SIGNAL TRANSMISSIONS BY ANTENNA APPARATUSES||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/029672||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||ETKIN, Raul Hernan|
A distributed antenna system includes a central processing facility and a set of spatially-distributed antennas that are directly connected to the central processing facility. The spatially-distributed antennas are directly connected to the central processing facility through high-bandwidth capable connections, such as fiber optic cables, coaxial cables, or Ethernet cables. The central processing facility communicates the analog or digital RF signals through the connections for transmission of the RF signals by the antennas. The use of distributed antenna systems has significantly increased in recent years due to the cost savings that may be afforded by such systems, while also affording increased signal coverage.
||WO||WO/2014/137311 - VIRTUAL INSTRUMENT PLAYING SCHEME||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/028807||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLC||KATTO, Jiro|
Technologies are generally described for a virtual instrument playing system. In some examples, a virtual instrument playing system may include a sensor data receiving unit configured to receive first sensor data of a first user and second sensor data of the first user, a sound event prediction unit configured to detect a sound event of the first user and to predict a sound generation timing corresponding to the sound event of the first user based at least in part on the first sensor data of the first user, an instrument identification unit configured to identify a virtual instrument corresponding to the sound event from one or more virtual instruments based at least in part on the second sensor data of the first user, a sound data generation unit configured to generate sound data of the first user regarding the identified virtual instrument based at least in part on the sound generation timing, and a video data generation unit configured to generate video data of the first user regarding the identified virtual instrument based at least in part on the second sensor data of the first user..
||WO||WO/2014/137343 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURE VOIP COMMUNICATION||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/029570||ICELERO INC||FISHKOV, Daniel|
A system, method and computer program product for secure voice over IP (VoIP) communications between computer devices, including a mobile device having a voice over IP (VoIP) application running thereon; a memory device having an encryption and decryption application, and an audio interface application running thereon; and a bus for providing communication between the mobile device and the memory device. The encryption and decryption application is configured to encrypt data transmitted to and received from the VoIP application over the bus. The encryption and decryption application is configured to decrypt the data received from the VoIP application before sending the decrypted data to the audio interface application.
||WO||WO/2014/137313 - REDUCED DIAMETER MULTIMODE OPTICAL FIBER CABLES||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/028848||OFS FITEL, LLC||LY, Heng|
Described are new cable designs for indoor installations wherein the cable comprises a dual-layer optical fiber buffer encasement of acrylate resin. The buffer encasement has an acrylate compliant inner layer that protects the fiber and minimizes stress transfer to the fiber; and a hard, tough acrylate outer layer that provides crush resistance. The dual-layer optical fiber buffer encasement is wrapped with reinforcing yarn and encased in an outer protective jacket. The protective jacket is relatively thick and rigid, having a thickness of 0.7-3.0 mm, and a modulus greater than 240 MPa.
||WO||WO/2014/137320 - PRECOOLER/CHILLER/REHEATER HEAT EXCHANGER SYSTEM WITH HORIZONTAL CONFIGURATION||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/029108||API HEAT TRANSFER INC.||GALUS, Timothy, J.|
A system for drying and tempering flowing air that includes a precooler and reheater core having a plurality of plates arranged to form first and second rows of flow passageways such that the first rows of passageways form a first side of the precooler and reheater core and the second rows of passageways form a second side of the precooler and reheater core. The plates forming the precooler and reheater core have a major planar surface that is oriented substantially horizontally when the system is mounted on a support surface. The system includes a chiller core disposed in fluid communication with the precooler and reheater core. The chiller core has a plurality of plates arranged to form first and second rows of flow passageways such that the first rows of passageways form a first side of the chiller core and the second rows of passageways form a second side of the chiller core. The plates have a major planar surface that is disposed perpendicular to the major planar surface of the plates in the precooler and reheater core. The horizontal orientation of the precooler and reheater core makes it possible to design a PCR system having a package with a smaller footprint because the heat exchanger components can be mounted above the refrigeration components.
||WO||WO/2014/137333 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DETERMINING SAMPLE TURBIDITY||12.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/029270||BECTON, DICKINSON AND COMPANY||NGUYEN, Tuan-Linh, Ngoc|
Various embodiments disclosed are directed to a detection apparatus and methods to estimate turbidity for a microbial suspension of volumes of about 0.25 ml to about 100 ml. The disclosed apparatus and methods utilize uniform color bands and/or a graduated color band as a basis for a turbidity determination. The visual detection apparatus has a holding receptacle, a channel configured to receive a suspension tube, and color bands disposed over the surface of said channel. The suspension tube is placed so that the suspension overlies a uniform color band or the graduated color band. The disclosed methods allow for simple and accurate estimate of turbidity based on the visual comparison of the relative color intensities between the uniform color bands or a uniform appearance of the graduated color band.