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1. WO/2016/133531 REDUCTION OF BACK REFLECTIONSWO25.08.2016
G02B 6/26
PCT/US2015/016786HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LPPELC, Jason
In the examples provided herein, an apparatus has a mode converter coupled to a first waveguide to convert light propagating in a first set of spatial modes along the first waveguide to a second set of spatial modes. The apparatus also has a second waveguide coupled to the mode converter, where the second set of spatial modes propagate along the second waveguide in a first direction away from the mode converter. Further, the apparatus includes a coupler to couple a portion of the light propagating in the second set of spatial modes out of the second waveguide. Additionally, the second waveguide has an end facet away from the mode converter to reduce back reflection of the light not coupled out of the second waveguide to the first waveguide.

2. WO/2016/133515 PINCH WELD CLAMPWO25.08.2016
F16B 1/00
PCT/US2015/016518OWENS PRODUCTS, INC.THOMPSON, Michael, Ray
A pinch weld clamp includes a clamp body and a channel formed in the body. The channel is configured to engage a flange or pinch weld on a vehicle. One or more set screws extend from an outer wall of the clamp body into the channel to clamp onto the pinch weld. A connecting screw is connected to the clamp body to attach a device, such as a running board, to the vehicle.

3. WO/2016/133544 SPINAL ALIGNMENT PILLOWWO25.08.2016
A47G 9/10
PCT/US2015/016946CAMPAGNA, Anthony GinoCAMPAGNA, Anthony Gino
A pillow includes a torso cushion tapering from a top end to a bottom end. A torso support surface extends from the top end to the bottom end of the torso cushion. A back surface joins to the bottom end of the torso cushion at a first elevation angle between the back surface and the support surface. A head cushion attaches to the top end of the torso cushion. The head cushion includes a back surface joined to the back surface of the torso cushion, a first angled surface joined to the back surface of the head cushion at a second elevation angle, and a second angled surface joined to the back surface of the head cushion at a third elevation angle. The first angled surface and the second angled surface join to one another along a crest extending from the top end of said torso cushion.

4. WO/2016/133545 EXTERNALLY ACCESSIBLE REPLACEABLE POWER SOURCEWO25.08.2016
H05K 7/18
PCT/US2015/016952HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LPALLEN, Joseph R
Examples disclosed herein provide a compute server system comprising a plurality of nodes. In one example, each node generally includes a replaceable power source externally accessible to the node, and a guide for housing the replaceable power source. The guide generally includes conductive elements to make contact with conductive elements of the replaceable power source, and an elastic member to eject the replaceable power source from the node.

5. WO/2016/133492 FLUID MANIFOLDWO25.08.2016
H05K 7/20
PCT/US2015/016141HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LPCADER, Tahir
An example fluid manifold is provided herein. The fluid manifold includes a first set of perimeter walls, a second set of perimeter walls, a first aperture, and a second aperture. The first set of perimeter walls to form a supply channel. The second set of perimeter walls to form a return channel. The second set of perimeter walls are adjacent to the first set of perimeter walls. The first aperture formed in the first set of perimeter walls is to transport fluid between a fluid component and the supply channel. The second aperture formed in the second set of perimeter walls is to transport fluid between the fluid component and the return channel. The first aperture and the second aperture are positioned adjacent to an electronic module.

6. WO/2016/133500 SHIFTING TOOL ASSEMBLY THAT FACILITATES CONTROLLED PRESSURE EQUALIZATIONWO25.08.2016
E21B 34/06
PCT/US2015/016284HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.ROSS, Colby Munro
An exemplary downhole system includes a completion string positioned within a wellbore and providing at least an upper seal bore and a downhole device that includes a sliding sleeve. A service tool is extendable within the completion string and includes a shifting tool assembly and provides a mandrel, a shifting tool coupled to the mandrel, and upper equalization seals arranged on the mandrel and sealingly engageable with the upper seal bore. The shifting tool is engageable with the sliding sleeve to move the downhole device at least partially between a closed position, where a pressure differential between a subterranean formation and an interior of the completion string is assumed by primary sealing elements of the downhole device, and an open position, where the pressure differential is assumed by at least the upper equalization seals.

7. WO/2016/133526 THIN-LAYER SPECTROELECTROCHEMISTRY CELL AND METHODS FOR USE IN SUBTERRANEAN FORMATION OPERATIONSWO25.08.2016
G01N 21/17
PCT/US2015/016750HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.SHEN, Jing C.
Apparatus, methods, and systems related to a thin-layer spectroelectrochemistry cell; electrically coupling a second end of a working electrical wire lead, a second end of a counter electrical wire lead, and a second end of a reference electrical wire lead to a potentiostat; introducing a conductive fluid into a cell body in the spectroelectrochemistry cell; introducing a detection species into the cell body; introducing a sample into the cell body; applying a voltage potential across the transparent sample window to drive an electrochemical reaction between the detection species and the sample in the transparent sample window fluid; transmitting electromagnetic radiation into an optical path through the transparent sample window, thereby optically interacting the electromagnetic radiation with the transparent sample window fluid to generate modified electromagnetic radiation; receiving the modified electromagnetic radiation with a detector; and generating an output signal corresponding to a characteristic of the sample.

8. WO/2016/133507 ESTIMATION OF PEN TO PAPER SPACINGWO25.08.2016
B41J 29/393
PCT/US2015/016433HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.SENDER BELETA, Jordi
Examples include estimation of pen to paper spacing (PPS). Examples include an alignment pattern printed on a medium at a target speed, an optical scan procedure performed on the printed alignment pattern to determine values of cross-media misalignment for first and second portions of the alignment pattern, determination of a dynamic swath height error (DSHE) effect value based on the values of cross-media misalignment, and estimation of an amount of PPS based on the determined DSHE effect value and the target print speed.

9. WO/2016/133508 TRAFFIC CLASS ARBITRATION BASED ON PRIORITY AND BANDWIDTH ALLOCATIONWO25.08.2016
H04L 12/851
PCT/US2015/016442INTEL CORPORATIONCHENG, Albert S.
This disclosure describes systems, devices, methods and computer readable media for enhanced network communication for use in higher performance applications including storage, high performance computing (HPC) and Ethernet-based fabric interconnects. In some embodiments, a network controller may include a transmitter circuit configured to transmit packets on a plurality of virtual lanes (VLs), the VLs associated with a defined VL priority and an allocated share of network bandwidth. The network controller may also include a bandwidth monitor module configured to measure bandwidth consumed by the packets and an arbiter module configured to adjust the VL priority based on a comparison of the measured bandwidth to the allocated share of network bandwidth. The transmitter circuit may be further configured to transmit the packets based on the adjusted VL priority.

10. WO/2016/133512 AUTOMATIC DOOR ASSEMBLIESWO25.08.2016
G06F 1/18
PCT/US2015/016479HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.LITTLE, Joshua Glenn
An example automatic door assembly may include a bezel door, a bias member, and a pivot pin to hinge the bezel door to a bezel. The bezel door may rotate about the pivot pin, relative to the bezel. Further, the bias member may have an alternating bias direction, wherein the bias member is to continuously exert a force on the bezel door.


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