WO/2015/066940 OVERVOLTAGE PROTECTION CIRCUIT, LED BACKLIGHT DRIVE CIRCUIT AND LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/087032||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||CAO, Dan|
An overvoltage protection circuit, comprising: a boost circuit for converting an input voltage into a required output voltage and providing same to a load; a voltage control module for controlling the boost circuit to convert the input voltage into the required output voltage and provide same to the load; an overvoltage protection module for monitoring the magnitude of the positive terminal voltage of the load to control the voltage control module to operate normally or stop operating; and an overvoltage regulation module for monitoring the magnitude of the operating voltage of the load to regulate the magnitude of the overvoltage voltage in the overvoltage protection module. The circuit can automatically regulate the magnitude of an overvoltage voltage according to the magnitude of an operating voltage of a load, thereby effectively preventing components from being damaged due to the fact that a misoperation occurs or protection is too slow when the load has a very large voltage change range. In addition, also provided are an LED backlight drive circuit having the overvoltage protection circuit and a liquid crystal display comprising the backlight drive circuit.
WO/2015/069252 OBJECT POSITION DETERMINATION||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/068892||INTEL CORPORATION||SWEETSER, John, N.|
In embodiments, apparatuses, methods and storage media for human-computer interaction are described. In embodiments, an apparatus may include one or more light sources and a camera. Through capture of images by the camera, the computing device may detect positions of objects of a user, within a three-dimensional (3-D) interaction region within which to track positions of the objects of the user. The apparatus may utilize multiple light sources, which may be disposed at different distances to the display and may illuminate the objects in a direction other than the image capture direction. The apparatus may selectively illuminate individual light sources to facilitate detection of the objects in the direction toward the display. The camera may also capture images in synchronization with the selective illumination. Other embodiments may be described and claimed.
WO/2015/066942 FRAMELESS LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY APPARATUS||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/087079||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||YU, Gang|
A frameless liquid crystal display apparatus, comprising: a rear shell (2), a sealant frame (4) mounted fixedly within the inner shell (2), a backlight module (6) mounted fixedly within the sealant frame (4), and a liquid crystal display panel (8) mounted fixedly within the sealant frame (4) above the backlight module (6); the sealant frame (4) comprises a base plate (42), two first side plates (44) arranged opposite each other and connected vertically to the base plate (42), and two second side plates (46) connected vertically to the base plate (42) and connected to the first side plates (44) at both ends; a first clamping groove (442) and a second clamping groove (444) are disposed respectively on the two first side plates (44); the backlight module (6) clamps into the first clamping groove (442), and the liquid crystal display panel (8) clamps into the second clamping groove (444). The backlight module (6) and the liquid crystal display panel (8) are thus mounted detachably on the sealant frame (4) by means of the clamping method. The structure is simple and assembly is convenient.
WO/2015/069235 VIRTUAL RETRY QUEUE||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/068734||INTEL CORPORATION||FAHIM, Bahaa|
A starvation mode is entered and a particular dependency of a first request in a retry queue is identified. The particular dependency is determined to be acquired and the first request is retried based on acquisition of the particular dependency.
WO/2015/066939 LASER FREQUENCY REGULATION METHOD AND LASER FREQUENCY REGULATION SYSTEM||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/087012||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||ZHANG, Xiang|
A laser frequency regulation method and a laser frequency regulation system. The laser frequency regulation method comprises: step 1: providing a primary laser pulse (10); step 2: dividing the primary laser pulse (10) into a first secondary laser pulse (11) and a second secondary laser pulse (12) by using a spectroscope (20); step 3: reflecting the first secondary laser pulse (11) to an emergent position on the spectroscope (20), of the second secondary laser pulse (12) by using a plurality of reflectors (30),and enabling the first secondary laser pulse (11) to pass through an optical path extension apparatus (40) in the process of transmission of the first secondary laser pulse (11), and step 4: overlapping the first secondary laser pulse (11) with the second secondary laser pulse (12), and regulating, by using a compensating plate (50), the transmission direction of a laser pulse (13) formed by means of overlapping.
WO/2015/066946 METHOD AND DEVICE FOR MEASURING FLICKER VALUE OF LIQUID CRYSTAL MODULE||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/087668||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||DAI, Ye|
A method for measuring a flicker value of a liquid crystal module. The method comprises the steps of: providing a flicker picture for a liquid crystal module (1) to be measured; using a measurement head (2) to scan the liquid crystal module, converting the brightness of the liquid crystal module into a voltage signal to obtain an analogue brightness waveform signal of the liquid crystal module; receiving the analogue brightness waveform signal output by the measurement head, and converting same into a digital brightness waveform signal; conducting Fourier transform on the digital brightness waveform signal to obtain the amplitude of a specific frequency wave; and obtaining a flicker value of the liquid crystal module via the amplitude of the specific frequency wave. The Vcom is adjusted by means of the flicker value of the liquid crystal module (1) obtained by measurement in real time, thereby improving the product quality of the liquid crystal module. Also disclosed is a corresponding measurement device.
WO/2015/066982 STRUT MEMBER USED FOR ANODE BAR OF MAGNETRON SPUTTERING AND MAGNETRON SPUTTERING DEVICE COMPRISING SAME||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/071416||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||XIE, Jinping|
A strut member used for an anode bar of magnetron sputtering and a magnetron sputtering device comprising the same. The strut member comprises a strut bar and a plating-resistant baffle capable of being fixedly matched with the strut bar; a first end part of the strut bar is structured as a strut end matched with the anode bar, and a second end part of the strut bar is structured as a mounting end capable of being fixedly connected with a mounting hole of the plating-resistant baffle, in order to prevent the disengagement of the strut bar from the mounting hole of the plating-resistant baffle; and the cross section of the mounting end decreases with respect to the cross section of the main body part of the strut bar. The strut bar of the strut member and the plating-resistant baffle can be firmly connected together without any unexpected disengagement.
WO/2015/069258 CONTEXTUAL BROWSER COMPOSITION AND KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/068920||INTEL CORPORATION||LI, Hong|
Various systems and methods for organizing knowledge are described herein. A context of a browsing session of a plurality of online resources is identified. User browsing behavior during browsing of the plurality of online resources is tracked. Using a computing device, a relevance metric of the plurality of online resources is determined using the user browsing behavior, with the relevance metric measuring a relevance of the plurality of online resources in view of the context. The relevance metric, an indicia of the context, and the plurality of online resources are stored in a database on the computing device.
WO/2015/066983 CUTTING DEVICE FOR CUTTING LIQUID CRYSTAL SUBSTRATE AND CUTTER PRESSURE ADJUSTING METHOD THEREOF||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/071419||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||PANG, Chunming|
A cutting device for cutting a liquid crystal substrate, and a cutter pressure adjusting method thereof, the cutting device comprising: a cutter head applying force at a preset position on a liquid crystal substrate to be cut to enable the liquid crystal substrate to split at the position to form a cross section with a rib pattern; an imaging sensor movably disposed in position to obtain and transmit the image of the rib pattern on the cross section; a drive unit connected to the imaging sensor to drive the imaging sensor to move to or away from the position suitable for obtaining the rib pattern image; and an image processing unit in communication with the imaging sensor to receive and analyze the transmitted rib pattern image and obtain information of the rib pattern on the cross section under the cutter head pressure. The device can test the rib pattern value and automatically adjust cutter pressure of the cutting device before cutting a liquid crystal substrate to further improve cutting efficiency, and can effectively and accurately analyze causes of abnormal splitting.
WO/2015/069243 CONTEXT-AWARE NETWORK FORENSICS||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/068779||MCAFEE, INC.||GUPTA, Bikram, Kumar|
Systems and methods for management of security events and their related forensic context are disclosed. Network forensics involves monitoring and analyzing data flows in a network to assist security analysts to review, analyze and remove a security threat. Security threats in a network environment are generally detected by one or more devices on the network. If a security threat is determined to be severe or significant enough, a security event corresponding to the security threat is often created and stored in the system. To assist in future review and analysis of security threats, timely and relevant context information about network security events may be obtained and stored along with each security event. The forensic context may be accessible to security administrators viewing the security events to provide detailed information about the circumstances surrounding a security event.