WO/2017/029465 INTEGRATED CIRCUITRY FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION, WIRELESS COMMUNICATION TERMINAL AND METHOD||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2015/052422||TOSHIBA RESEARCH EUROPE LIMITED||MORI, Hiroki|
According to one embodiment, an integrated circuitry for wireless communication includes a baseband integrated circuitry. The baseband integrated circuitry controls transmission of a first packet via an RF integrated circuitry, the first packet instructing a plurality of wireless communication terminals to execute an initial spatial multiplexing transmission after completing reception of the first packet. The first packet includes first information identifying at least one pilot signal used by each of the plurality of wireless communication terminals in the spatial multiplexing transmission.
WO/2017/029469 TOOTHBRUSH ORIENTATION SYSTEM||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2016/050864||PLAYBRUSH LIMITED||VARGA, Paul|
A system for determining the orientation of a toothbrush (4), the system comprising an orientation sensor (27) configured for attachment to a toothbrush (4) and one or more processors (29) configured to receive orientation information from the orientation sensor (27). The one or more processors (29) are further configured to determine whether the sensor (27) is in a first orientation (41) or a second orientation (33). The first orientation (41) corresponds to use of the toothbrush (4) on a surface of teeth on the left (42) of a user's mouth. The second orientation (33) corresponds to use of the toothbrush (4) on a surface of teeth on the right (40) of a user's mouth.
WO/2017/029528 FRAMING-LIGHT PROJECTION||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2016/052604||LIGHT CHEMISTRY LTD||SANETT, Keith Allen|
In methods and apparatus for framing-light projection onto a painting or other target, light from an array (1) of light- emitting diodes (LEDs) is reflected differentially by a micro- mirror array within a projection unit (4) to shape the cross- section of the projected light-beam. The shaping is under the control of an image-processing control unit (3) in accordance with a digitally-defined boundary in the form of a computer graphic of closed two-dimensional outline stored in a data storage unit (7). An image of the target from a digital camera (21) can be analysed in conjunction with a stored library of shapes to derive a digitally-defined framing- boundary for indication or motorised adjustment of the orientation/ setting of the projection unit (4) required for this framing. A light sensor 24 may be used with the projection unit (4) to maintain the lighting level of the target within a predetermined limit.
WO/2017/029515 INJECTION DEVICE||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2016/052573||OWEN MUMFORD LIMITED||GRIMOLDBY, James|
An injection device (100) for injection of a medicament from a pre-filled container (10) having a container body (12) for containing the medicament, a needle (16) disposed at a distal end of the container body (12), a removable needle shield (30) and a stopper (22) for expelling medicament from the container (100), the device comprising a housing (110) for housing the container (10), a plunger (142) for driving the stopper (22) of the container (10) in a distal direction to expel the medicament, and a priming mechanism having an operating member (152) which is movable with respect to the housing (110). The priming mechanism is arranged to release the needle shield (30) from the needle (16) and to move the container body (12) in a proximal direction with respect to the plunger (142) upon movement of the operating member (152) from a first position to a second position during an operating sequence of the device.
WO/2017/029516 AMBIENT HEAT COLLECTION PANEL||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2016/052574||HUNTER, Alastair Gordon Laurence||HUNTER, Alastair Gordon Laurence|
An ambient heat collection panel (2) comprising an outer surface (4), an inner surface (6) opposite the outer surface (4), substantially parallel internal ducts (12,14) between the outer and inner surfaces and for defining flow and return paths for a heat transfer fluid and a photo-voltaic module (18) attached to the outer surface (4).
WO/2017/029518 COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING TRICYCLIC HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2016/052577||KARUS THERAPEUTICS LTD||SHUTTLEWORTH, Stephen Joseph|
The invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition comprising a compound of formula I or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, and at least one pharmaceutical excipient selected from the group consisting of fillers, binders, disintegrants, glidants and lubricants, wherein the compound according to formula I is represented by:
WO/2017/029520 DOOR LATCH INSTALLATION||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2016/052579||PROGRESS VENTURES LIMITED||MONAGHAN, Daniel|
A door latch system (1) comprises a latch (10) and rose bases (60A,B) which clamp together against a door panel through a cross-drilling in the door panel by screws 80 engaging in bosses (94) above and below the latch body (12). The latch body is supported in the cross drilling by an adaptor (40) which in turn supports sleeve extensions (90) of the rose bases to prevent the rose bases from turning on operation of the handle knob/levers attached to the rose bases. The sleeve extensions are open, (that is, C-shaped in section) so that the diameter of the parts of the system within the cross drilling can be minimised, whereby the diameter of the rose bases can likewise be kept within desirable limits of size.
WO/2017/029522 SCAFFOLD BOARD END PROTECTOR CAP||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2016/052583||BOARDEGUARD LIMITED||ROBINSON, Peter Joseph|
A protection device for the end of a scaffold plank or board is described. A scaffold board end protector cap has been developed, the cap comprising a body and a recess; the body having an end face, an upper face, a lower face and side faces extending from the end face, the body extending about the recess and the recess arranged to receive a scaffold board end. A method of manufacture and a scaffold board with protection is also described.
WO/2017/029523 ASSAY DEVICE||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2016/052586||MOLECULAR VISION LIMITED||HAND, Chris|
An assay device for the quantitative determination of the concentration of at least one analyte in a liquid sample. The device comprises a lateral flow membrane (46) comprising a plurality of test regions (41A, 41B) and formed from a light transmissive material, a plurality (44A, 44B) of planar organic light emitting diode (OLED) emitters comprising an emission layer of an organic electroluminescent material, and a plurality (49A, 49B) of planar organic photodetectors (OPDs) comprising an absorption layer of an organic photovoltaic material. Each test region comprises an immobilised component for retaining analyte tagging particles. Each test region is aligned with the emission layer of one emitter and the absorption layer of one photodetector. The aligned emitter, photodetector, and test region form a group such that the emitter is capable of illuminating the test region and the photodetector is capable of detecting light from the test region. For each group, under conditions where the test region is wet and devoid of tagging particles the energised photodetector photocurrent that is produced is denoted il, when the group emitter is the only emitter that is energised, and Ί2 when the emitter of another group is additionally energised. Cross-talk (C), is then represented by the black arrows, and is defined according to the equation: C = 20 log10 (İ1 / (İ2 - İ1)) C is arranged to be greater than about 20dB for at least one group of the device.
WO/2017/029525 ASSAY DEVICE||WO||23.02.2017|
||PCT/GB2016/052588||MOLECULAR VISION LIMITED||HAND, Chris|
An assay device for the quantitative determination of the concentration of at least one analyte in a liquid sample comprises a planar emitter (2), a planar detector (3), a lateral flow membrane 4 interposed between the emitter (2) and the detector (3), a conjugate pad (5) in fluid communication with a proximal end of the lateral flow membrane (4), the conjugate (pad (5) comprising optically detectable tagging particles bound to a first assay component, a sample pad (6) in fluid communication with the conjugate pad (5) and arranged to receive the liquid sample, and a wicking pad (7) in fluid communication with a distal end of the lateral flow membrane (4). The lateral flow membrane (4) is formed from a light transmissive material and is capable of transporting fluid from the conjugate pad (5) to the wicking pad (7) by capillary action. The lateral flow membrane (4) comprises at least one test region (8,12) comprising an immobilised second assay component for retaining the tagging particles in the test region (8,12) in dependence on the binding between the analyte, the first assay component and the second assay component in order to generate a concentration of tagging particles in the test region (8,12) that is indicative of the concentration of the analyte in the liquid sample. The emitter (2) comprises an emission layer (9,16) of an organic electroluminescent material and the emission layer (9, 16) is aligned with the test region (8, 12) of the lateral flow membrane (4), whereby the emitter (2) is capable of illuminating the test region (8,12). The detector (3) comprises an absorption layer (10,15) of an organic photovoltaic material and the absorption layer (10, 15) is aligned with the test region (8, 12) of the lateral flow membrane 4, whereby the detector (3) is capable of detecting light from the test region (8, 12).