WO/2016/099446 OPOSSUM-DIE PACKAGE-ON-PACKAGE APPARATUS||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/US2014/070407||INTEL CORPORATION||GEISSLER, Christian|
An apparatus including a first package coupled to a second package, wherein each of the first package and the second package has a first side and an opposite second side; a first die coupled to the first package; and a second die coupled to the second side of the second package, wherein the first package is coupled to the second package in a stacked arrangement such that the first side of the second package faces the second side of the first package. A method including coupling a first package to a second package in a stacked configuration, wherein the first package includes a first package substrate and a first die and the second package includes a second package substrate and a second die, wherein the second die is disposed on a side of the second package substrate opposite the first package substrate.
WO/2016/099463 ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY THAT INCLUDES STACKED ELECTRONIC DEVICES||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/US2014/070640||INTEL CORPORATION||FEI, Huiyang|
The electronic package includes a substrate and an electronic component mounted to a surface of the substrate. An interposer is mounted to the surface of the substrate such that the interposer surrounds the electronic component and is electrically connected to the substrate. An over-mold covers the electronic component. In other forms, the example electronic package may be incorporated into an electronic assembly. The electronic assembly further includes a second electronic component mounted to the interposer. As an example, the second electronic component may be mounted to the interposer using solder bumps. It should be noted that any technique that is known now, or discovered in the future, may be used to mount the second electronic component to the interposer.
WO/2016/099550 INTRAMEDULLARY ANCHOR FOR INTERPHALANGEAL ARTHRODESIS||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/US2014/071526||WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC.||SHEMWELL, Jessica, L.|
An intramedullary implant has opposite ends inserted into bores in abutting phalanges for correcting hammer toe and for similar arthrodesis procedures. A rear end of the implant may be threaded and is received in a bore in the proximal phalanx. A front end has an asymmetric pointed shape with longitudinally and/or angularly spaced rear-facing gripping flukes. The pointed front end is received in the middle phalanx. The asymmetric pointed shape is self-aligning, enabling entry to begin without first longitudinally aligning the bones. The rear end when screwed into place can be rotated to select the orientation of the asymmetric pointed shape. The pointed front end is inserted and pushed to bring the phalanges into abutment where the implant holds them against retraction or rotational displacement.
WO/2016/098148 MECHANOLUMINESCENT MEMBER, TESTING METHOD, AND TESTING SYSTEM||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/083069||HITACHI, LTD.||ISHIDA Susumu|
When a mechanoluminescent layer is thick and extends horizontally, light emitted from a stress generation point of a substrate toward side surface portions, for example, in the horizontal and diagonal directions, may be absorbed or scattered inside the mechanoluminescent layer and not appear on the surface of the side surface portions. A mechanoluminescent member, which is an example of the present invention, comprises mechanoluminescent particles which emit light under stress and is characterized in that the mechanoluminescent member includes a binder resin and mechanoluminescent particles, has a bottom surface having a contact surface that comes in contact with other members, and is configured in a dot shape having a thickness in a height direction from the bottom surface.
WO/2016/098172 THICKNESS DETECTION DEVICE||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/083181||FUJITSU FRONTECH LIMITED||YOSHIMURA, Kazuhisa|
A thickness detection device (30) has: a roller (33); rollers (35-1 to 35-10) that are a plurality of movable rollers of a first group; rollers (45-1 to 45-9) that are a plurality of movable rollers of a second group; sensors (67-1 to 67-10) that are a plurality of sensors of the first group; and sensors (69-1 to 69-9) that are a plurality of sensors of the second group. The roller (33) is a fixed cylindrical roller capable of rotating with a shaft (31) at the center. The rollers (35-1 to 35-10) are provided at intervals in the shaft direction of the roller (33), and each of the rollers (35) is disposed close to the roller (33) in the upstream in the sheet transfer direction. The rollers (45-1 to 45-9) are provided at intervals such that the rollers are disposed in a zigzag manner in the shaft direction of the roller (33) with the rollers (35-1 to 35-10), and each of the rollers (45) is disposed close to the roller (33) in the downstream in the transfer direction.
WO/2016/098163 RADAR DEVICE||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/083150||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||KAGEME, Satoshi|
A radar device is provided with a local oscillator 3 for oscillating M local oscillation signals Lm(t) having frequencies differing by integer multiples of an angular frequency ω, receivers 4-m for using the local oscillation signals Lm(t) oscillated by the local oscillator 3 to convert the frequencies of the reception signals Rxm(t) of antenna elements 2-m and thereby generate reception video signals Vm(t) for antenna element numbers m, an adder 5 for adding the reception video signals V1(t) to VM(t) generated by the M receivers 4-1 to 4-M and outputting the reception video signal Vsum(t) resulting from the addition, and an A/D converter 6 for carrying out A/D conversion on the reception video signal Vsum(t) output by the adder 5 and thereby generating a reception video signal V(n) that is a digital signal.
WO/2016/098162 SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR SIGNAL PROCESSING DEVICE AND SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR SIGNAL PROCESSING PROGRAM||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/083149||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||ASAMI, Hiroai|
A synthetic aperture radar signal processing device is provided with a high-accuracy coefficient calculation unit 7 that, if a determination is made by a determination processing unit 6 that an error has deviated from an acceptable range, calculates the distance R from a mobile platform to a pixel position (a, b) within an observation target corresponding to an assumed position (xt, yt) and a phase coefficient A using a high-accuracy calculation method and a low-accuracy coefficient calculation unit 8 that, if a determination is made by the determination processing unit 6 that the error is within the acceptable range, calculates a distance R' from the mobile platform to the pixel position (a, b) within the observation target corresponding to the assumed position (xt, yt) and a phase coefficient Aʹ using a low-accuracy calculation method (for example, a calculation method using approximation).
WO/2016/098196 LEVEL SHIFT CIRCUIT, INTEGRATED CIRCUIT, AND POWER SEMICONDUCTOR MODULE||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/083404||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||HOKAZONO Kazuya|
A primary side circuit (2a) outputs, corresponding to an input signal (IN), a first signal at a first reference potential (GND). A level shift main circuit (3) outputs a second signal at a second reference potential (VS) by converting the reference potential (GND) of the first signal received from the primary side circuit (2a) into a second reference potential (VS). A secondary side circuit (4a) generates, using the second signal, an output signal (OUT) at the second reference potential (VS). At least one rectifying element circuit (23) is provided between the primary side circuit (2a) and the secondary side circuit (4a). The primary side circuit (2a) and/or the secondary side circuit (4a) has at least one detection circuit (24, 25) that detects whether a potential (VE2) corresponding to the second reference potential (VS) is equal to or lower than a potential (VE1) corresponding to the first reference potential (GND) by detecting a change of a current flowing in the rectifying element circuit (23).
WO/2016/098228 SPEECH RECOGNITION APPARATUS AND SPEECH RECOGNITION METHOD||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/083575||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||OGAWA, Isamu|
This speech recognition apparatus is provided with: a lip image recognition unit 103 for recognizing a user state from image data that is information other than speech; an unspoken period determining unit 104 for determining whether a user is speaking from the recognized user state; a speech period detection threshold value learning unit 106 for setting a first speech period detection threshold value from speech data when the user is determined not to be in speaking, and setting a second speech period detection threshold value from speech data converted by a speech input unit when the user is determined to be in speaking; a speech period detecting unit 107 for applying the first speech period detection threshold value to detect a speech period, when the speech period cannot be detected by using the set threshold value; and a speech recognition unit 108 for recognizing speech data in the detected speech period and outputting the recognized result.
WO/2016/096677 TIMEPIECE RESONATOR WITH CROSSED BLADES||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/EP2015/079515||THE SWATCH GROUP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LTD||DI DOMENICO, Gianni|
Timepiece resonator (100) comprising a mass (1) oscillating with respect to a connecting element (2) fixed on a movement structure (200), said mass (1) being suspended on said connecting element (2) by resilient crossed blades (3, 4) which extend remotely from one another in two parallel planes, and the projections of which onto one of said planes cross at a virtual pivot axis (O) of said mass (1) and define a first angle (a) which is the apex angle opposite which extends the part of said connection element (2) situated between the fasteners of said crossed blades (3, 4) on the connecting element (2). Said first angle (a) is between 68° and 76°. Movement (200) comprising at least one such resonator (100). Timepiece (300), or watch, comprising at least one such resonator (100).