WO/2016/151291 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTROLLING A DISPLAY COMPRISING TWO OR MORE PANELS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2016/050745||DISPLAYLINK (UK) LIMITED||ELLIS, Daniel|
An apparatus for co-ordinating display data sent to a display device (19) that comprises two or more panels(28), or sub-displays together forming a single display screen for displaying at least one complete image. Each display panel (28) has a display input for receiving display data of part of the complete image from a corresponding display output of a display control device(22). The display control device (22) receives packets of display data (24) from a host device(21), the display data (24) in each packet being destined for one of the display panels (28). The display control device (22) directs the packets to one or more processors (26) of a processing module (20) in the display control device (22) for processing the display data (24) and storing the processed display data in a respective buffer (18) according to which respective display panel (28) the display data (24) is destined for. The display control device (22) controls the processing module (20) so that the processed display data (24) is output from the buffers (18) at a synchronized time to the display output corresponding to the respective display panel (28) for which the display data (24) is destined.
WO/2016/151272 MANAGING TRAFFIC LOAD IN A DISTRIBUTED ANTENNA SYSTEM||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2015/050829||KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOSHIBA||WANG, Stephen|
A controller for a distributed antenna system (DAS). The DAS has a plurality of antenna units. Each antenna unit is operable at a first frequency band, defining a first network. The controller comprises a processor; the processor is configured to receive a geo-location traffic specification. The geo-location traffic specification has an indication of a location of a device using the DAS and a traffic requirement of the device. The processor is further being configured to: select an antenna unit or group of antenna units to operate on the first network, based on the received geo-location traffic specification; wherein the antenna unit or group of antenna units is selected to meet the traffic requirement of the device with respect to the first network, in the location of the device.
WO/2016/151274 A RELAY DEVICE COMPRISING A FIRST SLOT ANTENNA AND A SECOND SLOT ANTENNA FOR DETECTING AND RELAYING SIGNALS FROM AN IMPLANTABLE MEDICAL DEVICE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2015/050844||TOSHIBA RESEARCH EUROPE LIMITED||DUMANLI OKTAR, Sema|
A relay device (201) is described for relaying radio frequency signals received from an antenna implanted within a patient's body to another device located outside the patient's body, the relay device comprising a first slot antenna for detecting radio frequency signals sent from the antenna implanted within the patient's body and a second slot antenna for transmitting radio frequency signals to the other device located outside the patient's body, whereby the first and second slot antennas comprise elongated slots (209, 211) on opposite sides of a cavity (203). The signals to be transmitted by the second slot antenna are to be used to relay information conveyed by the signals detected by the first slot antenna. The relay device also comprises switching means (215, 217) for switching the first and second slot antennas between active and inactive configurations.
WO/2016/151273 INTERFERENCE MITIGATION/AVOIDANCE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2015/050833||KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOSHIBA||CHIN, Woon Hau|
An approach for interference mitigation/avoidance in a first wireless network, for example a Body Area Network (BAN), uses signals from other BANs to adjust data transmissions by the first network.
WO/2016/151278 IMPROVEMENTS IN OR RELATING TO PLANTERS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2016/050405||MARTIN, Terence William Michael||MARTIN, Terence William Michael|
A planter (10) which defines a planting recess (12) for receiving a plant, in use, and which also defines a ballast cavity (14) for receiving ballast, in use, to provide stability for the (planter10).
WO/2016/151293 ANTIFUNGAL COMPOSITION/TREATMENT||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2016/050755||THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM||AVERY, Simon|
An antifungal composition comprising an. agent that affects the availability of functional amino acids and either i) another agent that affects the availability of functional amino acids or ii) an aminoglycoside antibiotic.
WO/2016/151294 MEDICAL DEVICES AND METHODS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2016/050757||UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE||HUANG, Zhihong|
There is described medical devices and methods for measuring a target tissue, for example prostatic tissue. In some examples, there is described a medical device that has a deployable stimulation element, which may be deployable from the device to target tissue. That stimulation element can be used to stimulate a particular target tissue. In addition, an optical system may be usable to generate data associated with simulated target tissue so as to permit measurement of target tissue. That data may include optical coherence elastography data.
WO/2016/151296 PASSIVE NOX ADSORBER COMPRISING A NOBLE METAL AND A MOLECULAR SIEVE HAVING AN OFF FRAMEWORK TYPE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2016/050759||JOHNSON MATTHEY PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY||COLLIER, Jillian Elaine|
A passive NOx adsorber is disclosed. The passive NOx adsorber is effective to adsorb NOx at or below a low temperature and release the adsorbed ΝΟx at temperatures above the low temperature. The passive NOx adsorber comprises a noble metal and a molecular sieve having an OFF Framework Type. The invention also includes an exhaust system comprising the passive NOx adsorber, and a method for treating exhaust gas from an internal combustion engine utilizing the passive NOx adsorber.
WO/2016/151301 THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMER COMPOSITION AND A PROCESS FOR ITS PRODUCTION||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2016/050768||CRUMB RUBBER LIMITED||YOUNG, David|
An elastomer composition is provided, the composition comprising a polyolefin; crumb rubber; a peroxide; and a polyolefin grafted maleic anhydride. A method of forming the composition is also provided.
WO/2016/151302 PROVISION OF BI-DIRECTIONAL SIGNALS VIA FIBRE OPTIC DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/GB2016/050770||GLOBAL INVACOM LIMITED||STAFFORD, Gary|
The present invention relates to a distribution system including a fibre optic cable network which allows the distribution of broadcast video and/or audio data received by apparatus at a receiving location to apparatus at one or more user locations to allow for example, radio and/or television programming to be available for selection. In accordance with the invention the transmission of command data signals through the distribution system is possible in an optical format to apparatus at the user and receiving locations is possible to allow the control and change of operation of selected apparatus connected to the distribution system to be achieved on an ongoing basis. Typically the command signal data is transmitted at a different, most typically lower, frequency than the video and/or audio data.