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1. WO/2015/071892 CONGESTION IN A WIRELESS NETWORKWO21.05.2015
H04W 80/06
PCT/IL2013/050930VASONA NETWORKS INC.BEN-NUN, Michael
Examples of methods, systems, and computer program products relating to supervising data in a wireless network are disclosed. At least part of a system may be located between a packet data network and a base station, and/or may be at least logically separate from the base station. The system may be capable of performing a method of observing congestion in a wireless network, comprising: for a plurality of user equipments associated during a time span with a set comprising one or more groups served by one or more wireless transmitters, estimating parameters indicative of service to respective user equipments; comparing the estimated parameters or a function of the estimated parameters to one or more thresholds; determining whether or not said set is congested at least partly based on a result of said comparing; and if determined that said set is congested, outputting a report of said congestion. An estimated one of said parameters for a user equipment in said plurality, may be a round trip time.

2. WO/2015/071893 ADJUSTING DELAYING OF ARRIVAL OF DATA AT A BASE STATIONWO21.05.2015
H04L 12/26
PCT/IL2013/050931VASONA NETWORKS INC.BEN-NUN, Michael
Examples of methods, systems, and computer program products relating to supervising data in a wireless network are disclosed. At least part of a system may be located between a packet data network and a base station, and/or may be at least logically separate from the base station. The system may be capable of evaluating the service provided by the base station, and may be capable of determining whether or not any action should consequently be performed. Examples of an action may include an action which may not necessarily affect en-route data packets such as outputting a report, and/or an action which may affect en-route data packets such as delaying packets, not delaying packets, and/or stopping the delaying of packets. An action which affects data packets may or may not affect data packets uniformly. An action may or may not result in an improvement in quality of user experience.

3. WO/2015/071891 SUPERVISION OF DATA IN A WIRELESS NETWORKWO21.05.2015
H04L 12/26
PCT/IL2013/050929VASONA NETWORKS INC.BEN-NUN, Michael
Examples of methods, systems, and computer program products relating to supervising data in a wireless network are disclosed. At least part of a system may be located between a packet data network and a base station, and/or may be at least logically separate from the base station. The system may be capable of evaluating the service provided by the base station, and may be capable of determining whether or not any action should consequently be performed. Examples of an action may include an action which may not necessarily affect en-route data packets such as outputting a report, and/or an action which may affect en-route data packets such as delaying packets, not delaying packets, and/or stopping the delaying of packets. An action which affects data packets may or may not affect data packets uniformly. An action may or may not result in an improvement in quality of user experience.

4. WO/2015/071895 WATER DISPENSING AND DISPLAY APPARATUSWO21.05.2015
G06Q 30/02
PCT/IL2014/050698WATER MEDIA INTERNATIONAL LTDDIACHENKO, Vladimir
An apparatus for dispensing liquid, such as water, with the dispensing of the liquid associated with a media presentation, for example, a video presentation, viewable on a monitor of the apparatus by consumers proximate to the apparatus, including the consumer to whom the water is being dispensed, is disclosed. The media presentation begins upon the dispensing of the water, and continues until it is stopped or completes (ends).

5. WO/2015/071897 A MOVABLE MEDICAL DEVICE CONFIGURED TO OPERATE ONLY WITHIN A SPECIFIC RANGE OF ACCELERATIONWO21.05.2015
A61B 5/024
PCT/IL2014/050977HERA MED LTD.GROBERMAN, David
The present invention generally relates to a medical device including a movable instrument (MI) which is activated only when its movement is within an optimal range of acceleration. More particularly the invention relates to a fetal heart rate monitor (FHRM) having a movable Doppler transducer which transceives ultrasound energy only when found within a certain optimal range of acceleration.

6. WO/2015/071898 KITCHEN HOOD DEVICEWO21.05.2015
F24C 15/20
PCT/IL2014/050978APS TECHNOLOGIES (HONG KONG) LIMITEDDAHAN, Yuval-Yoni
The invention provides a kitchen hood composed of several independently activated units, providing an efficient evacuation of cooking fumes from the cooking area with lowered energy demands and with less noise.

7. WO/2015/071899 AUXILIARY FLOW PREVENTION MECHANISM FOR AN AIR VALVE IN A PIPELINE SYSTEMWO21.05.2015
F16K 24/00
PCT/IL2014/050979DOROT MANAGEMENT CONTROL VALVES LTD.HEIMAN, Asaf
Auxiliary flow prevention mechanism for preventing leakage from the outlet of an air valve due to a seal malfunction of a primary stopper disposed in a primary conduit of a piping system. The mechanism includes an auxiliary conduit coupled downstream of the primary conduit. The mechanism further includes an auxiliary stopper housed within the auxiliary conduit. The auxiliary stopper is configured to seal an outlet of the auxiliary conduit when the primary stopper is in a sealing position but fails to prevent fluid outflow from an outlet of the primary conduit, whereby after sufficient fluid fills the air valve, the resultant increased fluid level urges the auxiliary stopper into a sealing position to seal an outlet of the auxiliary conduit, preventing fluid outflow therefrom. A visual indication of the seal malfunction is provided by a valve or pressure sensor that detects the presence of fluid in a downstream conduit section.

8. WO/2015/071900 SOAP DISPENSERWO21.05.2015
A47K 5/12
PCT/IL2014/050980COHEN, ShlomoCOHEN, Shlomo
The present invention provides a housingless liquid soap dispenser, comprising a chamber in which liquid soap is contained, a shoulder protruding laterally from said chamber at an upper end thereof, a neck portion extending upwardly from said shoulder, a manual pumping device fitted on top of said neck portion and in fluid communication with said chamber, and a discharge tube extending from said pumping device for dispensing a dose of liquid soap from said chamber, wherein said shoulder is in removable abutting relation with, but not coupled to, a substantially planar support surface, while said chamber is inserted by a maximum extent through an aperture formed in said support surface.

9. WO/2015/071901 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR MANAGING PAINWO21.05.2015
G06F 19/00
PCT/IL2014/050981ELMINDA LTD.GADOT, Ronen
A method of managing pain using neurophysiological data acquired from the brain of a subject is disclosed. The method comprises: identifying activity-related features in the data; parceling the data according to the activity-related features to define a plurality of capsules, each representing a spatiotemporal activity region in the brain; comparing at least some of the defined capsules to at least one reference capsule; and assessing the likelihood that the subject is experiencing pain responsively to the comparison.

10. WO/2015/071902 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SELECTING POWER TRANSMITTERS ACROSS A WIRELESS POWER COUPLINGWO21.05.2015
H02J 5/00
PCT/IL2014/050982POWERMAT TECHNOLOGIES LTD.PODKAMIEN, Ian
Aspects of the present invention relates to providing devices, a system and method for controlling wireless power transfer across an inductive power coupling. The system, particularly, relates to enabling selection of a wireless power outlet of a multi-outlet power transmission surface closest to the location of a power receiver connected to an electric load and placed upon the surface. Accordingly, the multi- outlet power transmission surface comprising two sub-systems, a power transmission system and a signal transfer system, each operable independently and continuously. Further, the signal transfer system controls the activation of wireless power, configured to analyze the signal-quality of each detected communication signal received from a power receiver and thereby to identify the wireless power outlet closest to the location of the power receiver.


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