Chih-Hsiang Wu has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Abstract: A method includes forming a fin extending above an isolation region. A sacrificial gate stack having a first sidewall and a second sidewall opposite the first sidewall is formed over the fin. A first spacer is formed on the first sidewall of the sacrificial gate stack. A second spacer is formed on the second sidewall of the sacrificial gate stack. A patterned mask having an opening therein is formed over the sacrificial gate stack, the first spacer and the second spacer. The patterned mask extends along a top surface and a sidewall of the first spacer. The second spacer is exposed through the opening in the patterned mask. The fin is patterned using the patterned mask, the sacrificial gate stack, the first spacer and the second spacer as a combined mask to form a recess in the fin. A source/drain region is epitaxially grown in the recess.
Abstract: A lithium ion battery is provided, which includes a positive electrode, a negative electrode, and an electrolyte disposed between the positive electrode and the negative electrode. The negative electrode includes a current collector and a ?-phase-based polyvinylidene fluoride (?-PVDF) layer coating on the current collector. The ?-PVDF layer may have a thickness of 1 ?m to 10 ?m.
August 9, 2018
Date of Patent:
September 29, 2020
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Abstract: A communication device for handling resume causes comprises at least one storage device; and at least one processing circuit coupled to the at least one storage device. The at least one storage device stores instructions, and the at least one processing circuit is configured to execute the instructions of: initiating a radio resource control (RRC) resume procedure for a non-access stratum (NAS) requested purpose and a RRC requested purpose; determining a resume cause in a RRC Resume Request message of the RRC resume procedure according to the NAS requested purpose instead of the RRC requested purpose; transmitting the RRC Resume Request message comprising the resume cause to a BS of the network; and receiving a RRC Resume message for responding to the RRC Resume Request message, from the BS.
Abstract: A peer-to-peer (P2P) network boost system for boosting the transmission of specific packets between at least two electronic devices on the internet includes at least one boosting node and a hardware boosting device, wherein the hardware boosting device includes a geographical location judging module, a P2P matching module and a transmitting module. The boosting node is configured for receiving the specific packets and planning the transmitting route of the specific packet. The hardware boosting device judges the specific packets from a plurality of packets sent by the electronic device and sends the specific packets to the others electronic devices through the boosting node. The P2P network boost system achieves the network boosting function and optimizes the transmitting route through the hardware boosting device and the boosting node to improve the connecting quality and reduce the connecting cost.
Abstract: A communication device in dual connectivity with a first base station and a second BS is configured to execute instructions of communicating with the first BS according to a master cell group configuration and communicating with the second BS according to a first secondary cell group configuration when the communication device is in the DC with the first BS and the second BS; receiving a radio resource control message from the first BS; and releasing the first SCG configuration according to an indication indicating release of SCG and communicating with a third BS according to a second SCG configuration, when the RRC message comprises the second SCG configuration and the indication.
Abstract: A base station connects to a communication device via a first cell, and transmits a radio resource control (RRC) message to the communication device via the first cell, wherein the RRC message configures a second cell to the communication device for a carrier aggregation and comprises a random access channel (RACH) configuration for the communication device to perform a random access (RA) to the second cell, the RACH configuration configures at least one RACH resource, and the RRC message configures an association configuration associating the at least one RACH resource with a first synchronization signal block or with a first channel state information reference signal transmitted via the second cell; receiving a RA preamble from the communication device via the second cell according to the at least one RACH resource.
Abstract: A first base station (BS) includes: a storage device, configured to store program codes; a first communication interfacing device, configured to transmit signals or receive signals with a second BS; a second communication interfacing device, configured to transmit signals or receive signals with a first communication device; and a processing circuit, configured to execute the program codes. Executing the program codes includes: (a) associating a first Packet Data Convergence Protocol Service Data Unit (PDCP SDU) or an Internet Protocol (IP) packet in the first PDCP SDU with a first PDCP Sequence Number (SN) for the first communication device, the first PDCP SDU including a flow ID and the IP packet; (b) initiating a handover for the first communication device to the second BS; and (c) controlling the first communication interfacing device to only forward the IP packet to the second BS in response to the handover.
Abstract: A communication device for handling network slice information comprises a storage device for storing instructions and a processing circuit coupled to the storage device. The storage device stores, and the processing circuit is configured to execute instructions of entering a RRC_CONNECTED state and establishing a RRC connection to a network; receiving a first RRC message on the RRC connection from the network, wherein the first RRC message suspends the RRC connection or configures the communication device to enter a RRC_INACTIVE state; performing a RRC procedure with the network to resume the RRC connection or transferring to the RRC_CONNECTED state from the RRC_INACTIVE state; and transmitting a second RRC message of the RRC procedure to the network, wherein the second RRC message comprises network slice information.
Abstract: Techniques and apparatuses are described for managing inter-radio access technology capabilities of a user equipment. A base station (gNB base station 121) receives a New Radio capability information element (information element 500) that indicates one or more core networks supported by the user equipment (UE 110). Based on the New Radio capability information element, the base station generates a measurement configuration and sends measurement configuration to the user equipment (at 1010). Afterwards, the base station receives one or more measurement results based on the measurement configuration (at 1030). The base station then determines a handover type for the user equipment (at 1105, at 1205, at 1305), and initiates the handover based on the determined handover type (at 1110, at 1210, at 1310).
Abstract: The present invention provides a method and a communication device for performing transmission(s) or reception(s) on BWPs associated to a carrier or a cell by using the same Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request (HARQ) entity and performing transmission(s) or reception(s) on BWPs associated to different carriers or cells by using different HARQ entities.
Abstract: A method of manufacturing semiconductor devices, including the steps of providing a substrate with a first active region, a second active region and a third active region, forming dummy gates in the first active region, the second active region and the third active region, removing the dummy gates to form trenches in the first active region, the second active region and the third active region, forming a high-k dielectric layer, a first bottom barrier metal layer on the high-k dielectric layer, a second bottom barrier metal layer on the first bottom barrier metal layer, and a first work function metal layer on the second bottom barrier metal layer in the trenches, removing the first work function metal layer from the second active region and the third active region, removing the second bottom barrier metal layer from the third region, and filling up each trench with a low resistance metal.
Abstract: A network comprises instructions of suspending transmitting at least one first orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) symbol in a subframe on a component carrier; and performing a clear channel assessment (CCA) operation within duration of the at least one first OFDM symbol in the subframe on the component carrier.
Abstract: A positioning system for positioning a body part of a patient for radiotherapy includes a positioning device and a radiation treatment system. The positioning device includes a photosensor disposed on an outer surface of the body part and configured to generate a sensing signal upon sensing a positioning beam. The processing unit is operable in a recording mode and a comparison mode. In the recording mode, the processing unit receives the sensing signal of the photosensor and generates reference positioning information according to the sensing signal. In the comparison mode, the processing unit receives the sensing signal of the photosensor and generates comparison positioning information according to the sensing signal. The processor compares the reference positioning information to the comparison positioning information and outputs a positioning result according to a result of comparison.
Abstract: A communication device for handling a scheduling request (SR) is configured to execute instructions of: receiving a configuration of a first logical channel (LC), a configuration of a second LC and a first SR configuration associated to the first LC, from a network; triggering the SR; transmitting the SR via at least one physical resource configured by the first SR configuration to the network, if the SR is triggered by first data of the first LC available for a first transmission; and transmitting a random access (RA) preamble for the SR in at least one RA resource to the network, if the SR is triggered by second data of the second LC available for a second transmission.
Abstract: A network comprising a first centralized unit (CU) and a first distributed unit (DU) for handling a fallback comprises at least one storage device for storing instructions and at least one processing circuit coupled to the at least one storage device. The at least one processing circuit is configured to execute the instructions stored in the at least one storage device. The instructions comprise the first CU receiving a first INITIAL UPLINK (UL) RADIO RESOURCE CONTROL (RRC) MESSAGE TRANSFER message from the first DU, wherein the first INITIAL UL RRC MESSAGE TRANSFER message comprises a first RRCReestablishmentRequest message received from a first communication device, and a first CellGroupConfig for the first communication device; and the first CU transmitting a first DOWNLINK (DL) RRC MESSAGE TRANSFER message to the first DU, wherein the first DL RRC MESSAGE TRANSFER message comprises a RRCSetup message, and the RRCSetup message comprises the first CellGroupConfig.
Abstract: A radiation measurement panel is disclosed. The radiation measurement panel comprising a substrate, a first conductive layer, a sacrificial layer, and a second conductive layer. The first conductive layer formed over the substrate. The sacrificial layer formed over the first conductive layer, wherein the dielectric constant of the sacrificial layer changes in accordance with a magnitude of received radiation. The second conductive layer formed over the sacrificial layer, wherein the magnitude of the received radiation corresponds to a capacitance between the first conductive layer and the second conductive layer.
Abstract: A projector drive circuit includes a first voltage converter, a light source driver, a second voltage converter, and an isolation circuit. The first voltage converter converts a first voltage into a second voltage. The light source driver converts the second voltage into a third voltage. The second voltage converter converts the second voltage into a fourth voltage. The control circuit, coupled to the second voltage converter, receives the fourth voltage and outputs a first control signal. The isolation circuit, coupled to the control circuit and the light source driver, receives the first control signal and generates a second control signal to the light source driver, which controls the light source driver to generate the third voltage and provide the third voltage to a light source according to the second control signal. The isolation circuit electrically isolates the control circuit from the light source driver.
Abstract: A projection apparatus includes a solid-state light source module, a high-voltage power source, an image-forming-light generating module, an insulation ring and a projection lens module. The solid-state light source module has a solid-state light source and a first metal casing. The solid-state light source is disposed in the first metal casing. The high-voltage power source is electrically connected to the solid-state light source for providing electrical power to drive the solid-state light source to emit light. The image-forming-light generating module has a second metal casing. The insulation ring is connected to the first metal casing and the second metal casing for insulating the first metal casing from the second metal casing. The projection lens module is connected to the image-forming-light generating module for projecting an image generated by light emitted from the solid-state light source after the light enters the image-forming-light generating module through the insulation ring.
Abstract: A communication device for handling a User Plane Evolved Packet System (EPS) Optimization procedure comprises a storage unit for storing instructions and a processing circuit coupled to the storage unit. The processing circuit is configured to execute the instructions stored in the storage unit. The instructions a RRC layer of the communication device receiving system information from a cell of a network; the RRC layer informing an EPS mobility management (EMM) layer of the communication device that a User Plane EPS Optimization functionality (e.g., a resume/suspend functionality) is allowed in the cell, when the system information indicates that the User Plane EPS Optimization functionality is allowed; and the RRC layer informing the EMM layer that the User Plane EPS Optimization functionality is not allowed in the cell, when the system information indicates that the User Plane EPS Optimization functionality is not allowed.
Abstract: A communication device for handling a measurement configuration in a SRB comprises at least one storage device for storing instructions and at least one processing circuit coupled to the at least one storage device. The at least one processing circuit is configured to execute the instructions stored in the at least one storage device. The instructions comprise establishing a first SRB; receiving a first measurement configuration from the first BS; transmitting a first measurement report to the first BS; receiving a first RRC message from the first BS; establishing a second SRB; receiving a second measurement configuration from the second BS; transmitting a second measurement report to the second BS; receiving a second RRC message from the first BS; and releasing the second measurement configuration and the second SRB, in response to the second RRC message.