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1 EP3032138B1
VIBRATION DAMPING DEVICE
Publication/Patent Number: EP3032138B1 Publication Date: 2020-02-19 Application Number: 14826579.6 Filing Date: 2014-06-02 Inventor: Yoshii, Noriaki   Mizukawa, Hiroki   Shimizu, Yorishige   Ichikawa, Hiroyuki   Katagiri, Katsuhiko   Komura, Shinji   Assignee: Sumitomo Riko Company Limited   TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA   IPC: F16F15/08
2 US10330831B2
Anisotropic optical film
Publication/Patent Number: US10330831B2 Publication Date: 2019-06-25 Application Number: 15/112,889 Filing Date: 2015-01-16 Inventor: Sugiyama, Masahide   Katagiri, Hiroto   Abe, Hiroyuki   Sakano, Tsubasa   Assignee: Tomoegawa Co., Ltd.   IPC: G02B5/02 Abstract: Provided is an anisotropic optical film, which can, while keeping excellent display characteristics (e.g., brightness and contrast) in the direction of a viewing angle, suppress decreased display characteristics in the other directions, when the anisotropic optical film is used as a diffusion film of a display panel. In an anisotropic optical film including two or more anisotropic light diffusion layers where the linear transmittance varies depending on the incident angle of incident light, each of the anisotropic light diffusion layers is provided with a matrix region and a plurality of pillar regions that differ in refractive index from the matrix region, the film includes, as the anisotropic light diffusion layers, at least two types of anisotropic light diffusion layers (a) and (b) that differ in linear transmittance, the maximum linear transmittance of the anisotropic light diffusion (a) is 40% or more and less than 95%, and the minimum linear transmittance thereof is less than 20%, and the maximum linear transmittance of the anisotropic light diffusion layer (h) is 20% or more and less than 40%, and the minimum linear transmittance thereof is less than 20%. Provided is an anisotropic optical film, which can, while keeping excellent display characteristics (e.g., brightness and contrast) in the direction of a viewing angle, suppress decreased display characteristics in the other directions, when the anisotropic optical film is used ...More ...Less
3 US2018014347A1
COMMUNICATION METHOD, RADIO TERMINAL, AND PROCESSOR
Publication/Patent Number: US2018014347A1 Publication Date: 2018-01-11 Application Number: 15/693,675 Filing Date: 2017-09-01 Inventor: Tong, Fangwei   Yamazaki, Chiharu   Fujishiro, Masato   Adachi, Hiroyuki   Matsumoto, Naohisa   Katagiri, Shingo   Takaba, Yukiko   Urabayashi, Hiroyuki   Inakoshi, Atsuhisa   Urabayashi, Hiroyuki   Assignee: KYOCERA Corporation   IPC: H04W88/08 Abstract: A communication method according to an embodiment comprises: notifying, by a base station, a radio terminal of a discontinuous reception (DRX) cycle; notifying, by a Mobility Management Entity (MME), the radio terminal of an extended DRX cycle longer than the DRX cycle; determining, by the radio terminal, whether or not the base station supports an extend DRX; using, by the radio terminal, the extended DRX cycle to execute an extended DRX operation in an idle mode, in response to determining that the base station supports the extend DRX; and using, by the radio terminal, the DRX cycle to execute a DRX operation without using the extended DRX cycle, in response to determining that the base station does not support the extend DRX. A communication method according to an embodiment comprises: notifying, by a base station, a radio terminal of a discontinuous reception (DRX) cycle; notifying, by a Mobility Management Entity (MME), the radio terminal of an extended DRX cycle longer than the DRX cycle; ...More ...Less
4 EP3253132A4
WIRELESS TERMINAL
Publication/Patent Number: EP3253132A4 Publication Date: 2018-01-31 Application Number: 16758967 Filing Date: 2016-03-02 Inventor: Nagasaka, Yushi   Urabayashi, Hiroyuki   Fujishiro, Masato   Tong, Fangwei   Adachi, Hiroyuki   Yamazaki, Chiharu   Katagiri, Shingo   Matsumoto, Naohisa   Mitsui, Katsuhiro   Morita, Kugo   Assignee: Kyocera Corporation   IPC: H04W28/02 Abstract: A network apparatus according to the present embodiment is used in a communication system having a radio terminal notified of a first DRX cycle in an idle mode. The first DRX cycle is notified by first DRX configuration information to the radio terminal. The network apparatus comprises a controller configured to notify A network apparatus according to the present embodiment is used in a communication system having a radio terminal notified of a first DRX cycle in an idle mode. The first DRX cycle is notified by first DRX configuration information to the radio terminal. The network apparatus ...More ...Less
5 JP2017100870A
ARTICLE POSITIONING DEVICE
Publication/Patent Number: JP2017100870A Publication Date: 2017-06-08 Application Number: 2015237111 Filing Date: 2015-12-04 Inventor: Katagiri, Hiroyuki   Assignee: NISSHIN FOOD PRODUCTS CO LTD   IPC: B65G47/24 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To develop a device capable of accurately adjusting a physical relationship of articles while conveying the articles on a conveyor and integrating a plurality of articles (containers).SOLUTION: A conveyor device for conveying articles is provided with a catch stopper 20 arranged above a conveyor 10 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To develop a device capable of accurately adjusting a physical relationship of articles while conveying the articles on a conveyor and integrating a plurality of articles (containers).SOLUTION: A conveyor device for conveying articles is provided with a ...More ...Less
6 US2017367044A1
BASE STATION, RADIO TERMINAL, AND NETWORK APPARATUS
Publication/Patent Number: US2017367044A1 Publication Date: 2017-12-21 Application Number: 15/691,583 Filing Date: 2017-08-30 Inventor: Fujishiro, Masato   Katagiri, Shingo   Adachi, Hiroyuki   Morita, Kugo   Assignee: Kyocera Corporation   IPC: H04W52/02 Abstract: A base station according to the present embodiment receives, if the radio terminal is in a connected mode, via a bearer between the base station and a serving gateway, downlink data addressed to the radio terminal, from the serving gateway, and includes a controller configured to transmit the downlink data to the radio terminal. The controller does not release but maintains the bearer, if the extended DRX operation is configured to the radio terminal, when the radio terminal transitions to the idle mode. The controller receives, even if the radio terminal is in the idle mode, from the serving gateway, the downlink data addressed to the radio terminal, via the bearer, and buffers the downlink data until the downlink data is transmitted to the radio terminal. A base station according to the present embodiment receives, if the radio terminal is in a connected mode, via a bearer between the base station and a serving gateway, downlink data addressed to the radio terminal, from the serving gateway, and includes a controller configured ...More ...Less
7 US2017003422A1
ANISOTROPIC OPTICAL FILM
Publication/Patent Number: US2017003422A1 Publication Date: 2017-01-05 Application Number: 15/112,889 Filing Date: 2015-01-16 Inventor: Sugiyama, Masahide   Katagiri, Hiroto   Abe, Hiroyuki   Sakano, Tsubasa   Assignee: Tomoegawa Co., Ltd.   IPC: G02B5/02 Abstract: Provided is an anisotropic optical film, which can, while keeping excellent display characteristics (e.g., brightness and contrast) in the direction of a viewing angle, suppress decreased display characteristics in the other directions, when the anisotropic optical film is used as a diffusion film of a display panel. In an anisotropic optical film including two or more anisotropic light diffusion layers where the linear transmittance varies depending on the incident angle of incident light, each of the anisotropic light diffusion layers is provided with a matrix region and a plurality of pillar regions that differ in refractive index from the matrix region, the film includes, as the anisotropic light diffusion layers, at least two types of anisotropic light diffusion layers (a) and (b) that differ in linear transmittance, the maximum linear transmittance of the anisotropic light diffusion (a) is 40% or more and less than 95%, and the minimum linear transmittance thereof is less than 20%, and the maximum linear transmittance of the anisotropic light diffusion layer (h) is 20% or more and less than 40%, and the minimum linear transmittance thereof is less than 20%. Provided is an anisotropic optical film, which can, while keeping excellent display characteristics (e.g., brightness and contrast) in the direction of a viewing angle, suppress decreased display characteristics in the other directions, when the anisotropic optical film is used ...More ...Less
8 TWI595837B
Baked confectionery and method for manufacturing same
Publication/Patent Number: TWI595837B Publication Date: 2017-08-21 Application Number: 102107103 Filing Date: 2013-02-27 Inventor: Katagiri, Takashi   Utsunomiya, Hiroyuki   Toriwa, Saori   Misaki, Goro   Assignee: MEIJI CO., LTD.   IPC: A23G3/00 Abstract: Disclosed is a baked confectionery which is obtained by baking a fatty or oily confectionery containing nuts and preferably contains a compound selected from the group consisting of isomaltulose
9 JP6151944B2
POWER FEED SYSTEM
Publication/Patent Number: JP6151944B2 Publication Date: 2017-06-21 Application Number: 2013069261 Filing Date: 2013-03-28 Inventor: Hayashi, Katsumi   Kanazawa, Hiroyuki   Ogino, Takahisa   Katagiri, Toshikatsu   Assignee: HONDA MOTOR CO LTD   IPC: B60L3/00 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To appropriately control a process of detecting presence of welding of a contactor.SOLUTION: An ECU 61 of a power feed system 10
10 US9581738B2
Display apparatus
Publication/Patent Number: US9581738B2 Publication Date: 2017-02-28 Application Number: 14/650,481 Filing Date: 2013-12-06 Inventor: Sugiyama, Masahide   Katagiri, Hiroto   Takechi, Yusuke   Abe, Hiroyuki   Assignee: Tomoegawa Co., Ltd.   IPC: G02F1/133 Abstract: Provided is a display apparatus which has a sufficient luminance even when viewed at a large viewing angle, and which can overcome a problem of color change. The display apparatus is a display apparatus including a display device showing a color change in accordance with viewer's viewing angle, and an anisotropic optical film having a diffusing property changed in accordance with the incident angle of light radiated thereinto. The anisotropic optical film has at least one scattering central axis, and an angle made between the scattering central axis and a direction along which the display device shows a minimum color change is from 20 to 65°, or −20 to −65°. Provided is a display apparatus which has a sufficient luminance even when viewed at a large viewing angle, and which can overcome a problem of color change. The display apparatus is a display apparatus including a display device showing a color change in accordance with ...More ...Less
11 EP2723069B1
VEHICLE PERIPHERY MONITORING DEVICE
Publication/Patent Number: EP2723069B1 Publication Date: 2017-10-18 Application Number: 12800602.0 Filing Date: 2012-05-18 Inventor: Ikeda, Keigo   Watanabe, Hiroyuki   Kato, Takashi   Katagiri, Masaki   Assignee: Aisin Seiki Kabushiki Kaisha   IPC: G06T3/00 Abstract: A vehicle surrounding-area monitoring apparatus that, when recognizing an obstacle, allows for easy determination of the positional relationship between the obstacle and scenery included in a video image of the area surrounding the vehicle, generates a narrow view-field region that is a part of the video image as a notable video image, and if an obstacle region that is a region of the recognized obstacle in the video image is located outside of the narrow view-field region and if the obstacle region is contained in an image region that is partially overlapping with the narrow view-field region and is a part of the video image, generates the image region as a notable obstacle image so as to generate a surrounding-area monitoring display image comprised of the notable video image and the notable obstacle image. A vehicle surrounding-area monitoring apparatus that, when recognizing an obstacle, allows for easy determination of the positional relationship between the obstacle and scenery included in a video image of the area surrounding the vehicle, generates a narrow view-field region ...More ...Less
12 JP6160324B2
NURSING CARE SUPPORT PROGRAM
Publication/Patent Number: JP6160324B2 Publication Date: 2017-07-12 Application Number: 2013150411 Filing Date: 2013-07-19 Inventor: Kawasaki, Masahiro   Katagiri, Taku   Takashima, Tomonobu   Tono, Zenjiyu   Hatta, Hiroyuki   Assignee: FUJITSU LTD   IPC: A61G12/00 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To inhibit nurse calls aiming at something different from need of nursing care without imposing restrictions on nursing calls from an object person.SOLUTION: A computer is made perform as follows: first
13 JP6102257B2
IMAGE PROCESSING PROGRAM
Publication/Patent Number: JP6102257B2 Publication Date: 2017-03-29 Application Number: 2012287052 Filing Date: 2012-12-28 Inventor: Kawasaki, Masahiro   Katagiri, Taku   Takashima, Tomonobu   Tono, Zenjiyu   Hatta, Hiroyuki   Assignee: FUJITSU LTD   IPC: G06T1/00 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a mechanism for observing a state of a subject while protecting privacy.SOLUTION: An image processing program causes a computer to process an image obtained from a camera which images a subject wearing clothes with markers put in a plurality of predetermined positions. The computer executes the following processing: acquiring an image captured by the camera; searching for a marker from the image; determining a first mode or a second mode to display the image on the basis of the marker detected from the image; and displaying less subject information of the image in the second mode than in the first mode. PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a mechanism for observing a state of a subject while protecting privacy.SOLUTION: An image processing program causes a computer to process an image obtained from a camera which images a subject wearing clothes with markers put in a plurality of ...More ...Less
14 JP6119364B2
NOTIFICATION PROGRAM
Publication/Patent Number: JP6119364B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-26 Application Number: 2013066608 Filing Date: 2013-03-27 Inventor: Kawasaki, Masahiro   Katagiri, Taku   Takashima, Tomonobu   Tono, Zenjiyu   Hatta, Hiroyuki   Assignee: FUJITSU LTD   IPC: A61G12/00 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a system for supporting a conjecture about the situation where the caller makes the call.SOLUTION: A notification program determines whether or not call occurs. When the call is determined to have occurred
15 JP6191148B2
MONITORING PROGRAM
Publication/Patent Number: JP6191148B2 Publication Date: 2017-09-06 Application Number: 2013019323 Filing Date: 2013-02-04 Inventor: Kawasaki, Masahiro   Katagiri, Taku   Takashima, Tomonobu   Tono, Zenjiyu   Hatta, Hiroyuki   Assignee: FUJITSU LTD   IPC: G06T1/00 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a technology for supporting health care professionals or the like to easily determine whether there is abnormality in action of a subject.SOLUTION: Upon receiving an observation result obtained by observing movement of a subject who is a monitoring target by an observation device PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a technology for supporting health care professionals or the like to easily determine whether there is abnormality in action of a subject.SOLUTION: Upon receiving an observation result obtained by observing movement of a subject who is a ...More ...Less
16 JP6119356B2
NOTIFICATION PROGRAM
Publication/Patent Number: JP6119356B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-26 Application Number: 2013062197 Filing Date: 2013-03-25 Inventor: Kawasaki, Masahiro   Katagiri, Taku   Takashima, Tomonobu   Tono, Zenjiyu   Hatta, Hiroyuki   Assignee: FUJITSU LTD   IPC: A61B5/00 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To issue an alarm at a proper timing appropriate for an object person.SOLUTION: A notification program receives first data for use in detection of a status of an object person who is an object to be observed
17 MY161414A
Baked Confectionery
Publication/Patent Number: MY161414A Publication Date: 2017-04-14 Application Number: PI2013701427 Filing Date: 2012-03-08 Inventor: Katagiri, Takashi   Utsunomiya, Hiroyuki   Toriwa, Saori   Takezoe, Sayuri   Hirota, Noriyuki   Assignee: MEIJI CO., LTD   IPC: A23G1/00 Abstract: The purpose of the present invention is to provide baked fatty or oily confectionery being crispy to the core but giving no burning feel
18 TW201705571A
Electronic device using film base material and method of manufacturing dye-sensitised solar cell and electronic device
Publication/Patent Number: TW201705571A Publication Date: 2017-02-01 Application Number: 105106124 Filing Date: 2016-03-01 Inventor: Katagiri, Tomoaki   Kunugi, Shunsuke   Nagahara, Yu   Ikawa, Hiroyuki   Tokita, Daisuke   Suzuki, Soichiro   Ikoma, Atsushi   Assignee: Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd.   IPC: H01L51/42 Abstract: An electronic device using a film material of the present invention includes a transparent substrate (11) on which a transparent conductive film (12) is formed
19 US9551396B2
Vibration damping device
Publication/Patent Number: US9551396B2 Publication Date: 2017-01-24 Application Number: 14/443,218 Filing Date: 2014-06-02 Inventor: Yoshii, Noriaki   Mizukawa, Hiroki   Shimizu, Yorishige   Ichikawa, Hiroyuki   Katagiri, Katsuhiko   Komura, Shinji   Assignee: SUMITOMO RIKO COMPANY LIMITED   TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA   IPC: F16F1/36 Abstract: Provided is a vibration damping device having a novel structure and that can have a greatly increased load strength resistance without a concomitant increase in the number of components or size at a stopper mechanism. The structure is such that first and second stopper portions having a hanging plate part and a dip part are provided to a pair of opposing sides of a stopper plate of a vibration damping device, whereas a pair of side plate portions extending between the first and second stopper portions are provided to the other pair of opposing sides of the stopper plate, and openings at both sides of the first and second stopper portions are closed by the pair of side plate portions. Provided is a vibration damping device having a novel structure and that can have a greatly increased load strength resistance without a concomitant increase in the number of components or size at a stopper mechanism. The structure is such that first and second stopper portions ...More ...Less
20 EP3032138A4
ANTI-VIBRATION DEVICE
Publication/Patent Number: EP3032138A4 Publication Date: 2017-08-09 Application Number: 14826579 Filing Date: 2014-06-02 Inventor: Ichikawa, Hiroyuki   Shimizu, Yorishige   Komura, Shinji   Yoshii, Noriaki   Katagiri, Katsuhiko   Mizukawa, Hiroki   Assignee: Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha   Sumitomo Riko Company Limited   IPC: B60K5/12 Abstract: Provided is a vibration damping device having a novel structure and that can have a greatly increased load strength resistance without a concomitant increase in the number of components or size at a stopper mechanism. The structure is such that first and second stopper portions (56 Provided is a vibration damping device having a novel structure and that can have a greatly increased load strength resistance without a concomitant increase in the number of components or size at a stopper mechanism. The structure is such that first and second stopper portions ...More ...Less