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1. WO/2015/040624 MONITORING NETWORK PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICSWO26.03.2015
H04L 12/26
PCT/IN2013/000565HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.APATHOTHARANAN, Ramasamy
Provided is a method of monitoring network performance characteristics. A first timestamp is added to a network probe packet at a first network device on a computer network. The network probe packet from the first network device is sent to a second network device on the computer network. A second timestamp is added to the network probe packet at the second network device. The network probe packet with the first timestamp and the second timestamp is forwarded to an OpenFlow controller on the computer network, wherein the OpenFlow controller determines the network performance characteristics of the computer network based on the first timestamp and the second timestamp.

2. WO/2015/040626 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF MILK COMPONENTSWO26.03.2015
G01N 21/00
PCT/IN2013/000686EVEREST INSTRUMENTS PVT. LTD.LONG, Fredrick. H.
A milk analyzer for conducting quantitative analysis of milk components of test milk sample, for which the quantities of component parts of the test milk sample are unknown. The milk analyzer (100) includes a fiber-optic probe (102) implemented in a diffuse reflectance mode and a near-infrared spectrometer (108). The fiber-optic probe (102) transmits a light in a preselected wavelength range between 600 nanometers (nm) and 1100 into the test milk sample and receives a reflected light from the test milk sample. The received reflected light is provided to the NIR spectrometer (108) to perform spectral analysis of the reflected light for determining reflectance spectra of the test milk sample. The milk analyzer (100) further includes a controller (110) for conducting quantitative analysis of the test milk samples based on the determined reflectance spectra and a predetermined single reference model to determine quantities of milk components of the test milk sample.

3. WO/2015/040627 "A MULTIFUNCTIONAL NUTRITIONAL AD JUVANT CHEMICAL COMPOSITION FOR USE IN AGRICULTURE"WO26.03.2015
A01N 37/06
PCT/IN2013/000709CHAUDHRY, SUUNIL SUDHAKARCHAUDHRY, SUUNIL SUDHAKAR
The invention discloses herein a multifunctional nutritional adjuvant chemical composition for use in agriculture with water comprises pH modifying complex matrix, pH indicators, surfactants, penetrating agents, auxiliary chemicals and solvent; having multiple uses in agriculture such as pH corrector, auto pH indicator, wetting agent adjuvant, plants immune system activator, plant defense mechanism enhancer, nutrient supplement and plant growth hormone provider. The invention further discloses the process for preparation of said multifunctional nutritional adjuvant chemical composition.

4. WO/2015/040628 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR AUTOMATED AUTHENTICATIONWO26.03.2015
G06F 21/00
PCT/IN2013/000735TURAKHIA, BhavinTURAKHIA, Bhavin
In example embodiments, a system and method for automated authentication are provided. A service provider system receives a message triggered by an application operating on a user device of a user. A contact identifier corresponding to the user device is determined from the message. A reply message that includes a token is transmitted to the contact identifier. A return token is received from the application that intercepted the reply message and extracted the token without user intervention. The return token is compared to the token sent in the reply message. Based on the return token matching the sent token, the contact identifier is verified as corresponding to the user device.

5. WO/2015/040629 WEB REPLY PATH VIA SMSWO26.03.2015
G06F 17/30
PCT/IN2013/000736TURAKHIA, BhavinTURAKHIA, Bhavin
Methods and systems of providing a web reply path via an SMS-based communication are disclosed. A request to send an SMS message to a second user may be received from a first user. A first SMS message may be sent to the second user via SMS-based communication in response to the request from the first user. The first SMS message may comprise a URL. In response to the second user causing the URL to be loaded on a web browser, a web-based chat session between the first user and the second user may be initiated using the URL. The first user and the second user may be enabled to send chat messages to each other via the web- based chat session, which may be hosted by an online service provider at the URL.

6. WO/2015/040630 A PROCESS FOR SYNTHESIZNG REDUCED GRAPHENE OXIDE ON A SUBSTRATE FROM SEEDLACWO26.03.2015
C01B 31/04
PCT/IN2014/000310TATA STEEL LIMITEDSHYAM, Kumar Choudhary
The present invention relates to synthesizing reduced graphene oxide on the surface of a metal sheet and glass. The invention particularly relates to a process for coating a substrate with reduced graphene oxide using seedlac as a carbon source. As per the process of the current invention, a solution of seedlac is prepared in an alcohol and the substrate is dipped in to the solution for one or more time. The substrate is then dried in air for 1-10 minutes and thereafter, heated to a temperature range of 400 to 1200°C under controlled atmosphere of Ar / N2 / Ar-H2 / N2- H2 at a different flow rate ranging from 100 to 500 seem for a period of 10 to 120 minutes.

7. WO/2015/040638 N-DOPED POROUS CARBON ELECTROCATALYST AND PROCESS FOR PREPARATION THEREOFWO26.03.2015
H01M 4/86
PCT/IN2014/000612COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCHKURUNGOT, Sreekumar
The present invention relates to an efficient, non-metal, N-doped porous carbon electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction reaction and a process for the preparation of using g-C3N4 as a nitrogen precursor, metal organic frameworks (MOF) as a carbon template having high specific surface area, large number of active sites and large pore volume.

8. WO/2015/040631 MACHINE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING PLASTIC POUCHESWO26.03.2015
B31B 35/00
PCT/IN2014/000449MAMATA MACHINERY PVT. LTD.PATEL JAYESHKUMAR DAHYABHAI
The machine and the method disclosed use a panel plastic film that is longitudinally folded into top and bottom halves before slitting along the fold. The halves are simultaneously transported ensuring print registration and requiring a single accumulator in the longitudinal direction. Side gusset pieces are inserted between the top and bottom halves through an initial gap enlarged by a pair of timing belts. The top and bottom halves partly sealed with the side gusset pieces are pulled away from each other and a means gives the ends of the side gusset pieces the shape of a rhomboid. Bottom gusset film is vertically sealed along the vertical axis of the rhomboid shaped ends of the side gusset pieces with the seal extending to the folded portions of the top and bottom halves. Longitudinal sealing and transverse sealing before cutting ensure sealing of the bottom gusset and side gussets.

9. WO/2015/040635 PURIFICATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS BY SURFACTANT MEDIATED PREPARATIVE HPLCWO26.03.2015
B01D 15/08
PCT/IN2014/000607DAVULURI, Ramamohan RaoANWER, Mohammed Khalid
There are only two ways to increase the amount of sample that can be purified by preparative reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography (Prep-RP-HPLC) in a single run in spite of recent advances in the production of reversed phase derivatized silica stationary supports: (1) The traditional approach is to use a bigger column (greater amount of stationary phase); and (2) Use displacement chromatography which (while labor intensive to develop) uses the stationary phase more effectively. This invention describes a unique Prep-RP-HPLC technique that uses a C-18/ C-8 derivatized silica coated with a surfactant such as Triton X-100 to result in 7 to 10 fold increase in sample loading (of the crude mixture of organic compounds including synthetic crude peptides) in contrast to the conventional Prep-RP-HPLC technique. This increase in sample loading capacity and output is due to the additional surrogate stationary phase characteristic of the C-18/ C8 adsorbed (bound) surfactant. The surfactant is bound to the C-18/ C-8 chains of the stationary phase via Van der Waals forces (hydrophobic interactions) and ionic interactions with the residual silanols of the stationary phase.

10. WO/2015/040640 AN IMPROVED PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF TENOFOVIR ALAFENAMIDE OR PHARMACEUTICALLY ACCEPTABLE SALTS THEREOFWO26.03.2015
C07D 473/34
PCT/IN2014/000614LAURUS LABS PRIVATE LIMITEDTHATIPALLY, Suresh
The present invention provides an improved process for the preparation of Tenofovir alafenamide or pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof in high yield and purity. Also provided is a process for the separation of diastereomers of Tenofovir alafenamide by simulated moving bed chromatography or preparative high performance liquid chromatography.


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