Hui Ling 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: Multiple trigger frames are generated at a first communication device to trigger an uplink orthogonal frequency multiple access (OFDMA) transmission by multiple second communication devices. The multiple trigger frames include a broadcast trigger frame that includes information to indicate transmission parameters for a first subset of the second communication devices, and one or more unicast trigger frames, each of the one or more unicast trigger frame including information to indicate transmission parameters for a particular second communication device in a second subset of the second communication devices. The broadcast trigger frame is transmitted, in a first frequency portion of a downlink OFDMA transmission, to the first subset of the second communication devices, and respective unicast trigger frames are transmitted, in respective second frequency portions of the downlink OFDMA transmission, to the second subset of the second communication devices.
Abstract: A communication device determines, in connection with a prior uplink multi-user (UL MU) communication in which the communication device participated, whether the communication device is to use one or more first channel access parameters, or one or more second channel access parameters for accessing a communication medium for a single user (SU) transmission by the communication device, where using the one or more first channel access parameters is associated with a greater probability of obtaining access to the communication medium as compared to using the one or more second channel access parameters. Depending on the determination made, the communication device uses the one or more first channel access parameters, or the one or more second channel access parameters to attempt to access the communication medium. In response to accessing the communication medium, the communication device transmits the SU transmission via the communication medium.
Abstract: Aspects of the disclosure provide an apparatus for wireless communication. The apparatus includes a transceiver and a processing circuit. The transceiver is configured to transmit and receive wireless signals. The processing circuit is configured to detect an error of a previous scheduled transmission of data units from the apparatus to another apparatus. The other apparatus provides scheduled resources for transmission between the two apparatuses. Further, the processing circuit is configured to determine resources that are scheduled by the other apparatus for the apparatus to perform retransmission, and provide one or more of the data units in the previous scheduled transmission to the transceiver for retransmission using the scheduled resources.
Abstract: Communication apparatus includes a transceiver configured to transmit and receive signals over a wireless channel in accordance with both a first communication protocol and a second communication protocol, the second communication protocol being backward-compatible with the first communication protocol. The transceiver is configured to provide capabilities that are supported by the second communication protocol but are not supported by the first communication protocol. A communication controller is configured to generate data frames for transmission by the transceiver. The date frames include frame headers that are compatible with the first communication protocol while including, in a specified field of the frame headers, a predefined value indicating that the apparatus is capable of communicating in accordance with the second communication protocol.
Abstract: An oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (OSFET) includes a first insulating layer, a source, a drain, a U-shaped channel layer and a metal gate. The first insulating layer is disposed on a substrate. The source and the drain are disposed in the first insulating layer. The U-shaped channel layer is sandwiched by the source and the drain. The metal gate is disposed on the U-shaped channel layer, wherein the U-shaped channel layer includes at least an oxide semiconductor layer. The present invention also provides a method for forming said oxide semiconductor field effect transistor.
October 8, 2018
March 12, 2020
Chien-Ming Lai, Yen-Chen Chen, Jen-Po Huang, Sheng-Yao Huang, Hui-Ling Chen, Qinggang Xing, Ding-Lung Chen, Li Li Ding, Yao-Hung Liu
Abstract: A method of determining whether a wireless communication medium is clear is carried out on a client device, and includes: associating with a first virtual access point (AP) of a plurality of virtual APs implemented by a physical AP; receiving, from a physical AP, a message identifying the basic service set (BSS) color of each of the plurality of virtual APs implemented by on the physical AP; detecting a packet data unit; measuring the energy of the packet data unit; decoding a BSS color from the packet data unit; if the decoded BSS color is the same as a BSS color in the message from the physical AP, then setting an energy threshold to a first level; if the decoded BSS color is not the same as any BSS color in the message from the physical AP, then setting an energy threshold to a second level, wherein the second level is higher than the first level; and transmitting or refraining from transmitting a packet data unit based on a comparison of the measured energy and the energy threshold.
Abstract: Provided herein are methods of treating cancer with KRAS G12C inhibitors and compositions of the same. These inhibitors are useful for treating a number of disorders, including pancreatic, colorectal, and lung cancers.
November 5, 2019
March 5, 2020
Brian Alan LANMAN, Victor J. CEE, Alexander J. PICKRELL, Anthony B. REED, Kevin C. YANG, David John KOPECKY, Hui-Ling WANG, Patricia LOPEZ, Kate ASHTON, Shon BOOKER, Christopher M. TEGLEY
Abstract: A first communication device in a first wireless network determines a transmit power for transmitting a first packet during a spatial reuse opportunity corresponding to a transmission in a second wireless network. Determining the transmit power includes using a spatial reuse parameter, indicative of an acceptable interference level in the second wireless network, included in a second packet transmitted by a second communication device in the second wireless network. The first communication device generates the first packet to include information to indicate to a third communication device, that is an intended receiver of the first packet, to not transmit an acknowledgment of the first packet according to a normal acknowledgment procedure during the spatial reuse opportunity.
Abstract: The present disclosure includes systems and techniques relating to broadcast and multicast in a wireless communication system. In some implementations, an announcement frame indicating a broadcast or multicast service period to multiple second wireless devices is transmitted by a first wireless device. The announcement frame indicates (i) an end time of the broadcast or multicast service period and (ii) an order of a sequence of frames to be directed to the multiple second wireless devices. Each of the sequence of frames is transmitted at the first wireless device using a directional antenna pattern to a respective one of the multiple second wireless devices, according to the order of the sequence of frames indicated in the announcement frame. An acknowledgement frame in response to the each of the sequence of frames is received at the first wireless device from the respective one of the multiple second wireless devices.
Abstract: A first communication device receives an aggregate medium access control data unit (MAC) protocol data unit (A-MPDU) that aggregates multiple MAC protocol data units from a second communication device. The first communication device generates an acknowledgment data unit that includes a length indication that indicates a length of an acknowledgement field and the acknowledgment field of the indicated length. The length of the acknowledgement field is selected from a subset of predetermined lengths, among a set predetermined lengths, that includes multiple predetermined lengths that do not exceed a maximum number of MAC protocol data units that can be included in the A-MPDU. The maximum number of MAC protocol data units is limited by a buffer size negotiated in an acknowledgement setup procedure previously conducted between the first communication device and the second communication device. The first communication device transmits the acknowledgment data unit to the second communication device.
Abstract: Embodiments described herein provide a method for fragmenting and reassembling data frames on a medium access control (MAC) layer in a wireless local area network. A datagram is received from an application running on a first network device, for transmission over a wireless communication link in the wireless local area network. A negotiation request is initiated with a second network device for determining whether both the first network device and the second network device have enhanced directional multi-gigabit capability (EDMG) for data segmentation and reassembly. When both devices have EDMG capability and the size of the datagram exceeds the maximum size defined by the wireless local area network transmission protocol, the datagram is segmented into a plurality of transmission data units on the MAC layer.
Abstract: In a method for communicating in a wireless communication network a trigger frame is generated to trigger simultaneous uplink transmissions by multiple communication devices. The trigger frame includes a padding portion having a length determined based on respective time duration requirements of the multiple communication devices, the respective time duration requirements for preparing uplink transmission by the corresponding second communication devices. The trigger frame is transmitted to the multiple communication devices. The simultaneous uplink transmissions, triggered by the trigger frame, are received from the multiple communication devices.
Abstract: A first communication device generates a beamforming training initiator packet for transmission in the wireless communication network, the beamforming training initiator packet including i) information indicating a start of a beamforming training session, and ii) respective identifiers of multiple second communication devices that are to process beamforming training packets transmitted by the first communication device during the beamforming training session. The first communication device transmits the beamforming training initiator packet, and after transmitting the beamforming training initiator packet, transmits a plurality of beamforming training packets during the beamforming training session.
Abstract: A multi-function exercise machine includes a vibration machine which includes a base and a step seat. The base is provided with a driving device connected to a loading base which is able to swing and vibrate repeatedly. The top of the loading base is connected to the step seat while a rotating disc is arranged at the step seat. An adjustment part is pivotally disposed on each of two sides of the base and rotatable thereon. After being turned, the adjustment abuts against the base so that the loading base is fixed, unable to be wobbled. The rotating disc is pivotally disposed on the middle part of the step seat and able to be turned on the step seat.
Abstract: A first wireless device determines, while a first and second wireless transceiver are powered off, start of a service period. The first wireless transceiver is turned on in response to the determination to enable the first wireless device to establish communication via a LP wireless channel while the second wireless transceiver is off. The first wireless device receives a request frame from a second wireless device and a time of a timing function is updated based on the request frame.
Abstract: Methods and systems are disclosed for performing contention based uplink (UL) orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA). The method may include receiving, from an access point using a channel, a first signal including an indication of a first time and a plurality of sub-channels of the channel. The method may include modifying a counter value in response to determining that the first time has been reached. The method may include selecting a sub-channel of the plurality of sub-channels in response to determining the counter value is equal to a threshold value. The method may include transmitting a second signal to the access point using the sub-channel. The methods and systems disclosed herein may be used by stations to associate with the access point.
Abstract: A first communication device generates and transmits to a second communication device: first and second information elements that respectively indicate capabilities regarding physical layer protocol data units (PPDUs) conforming to a first communication protocol and a second communication protocol. The first communication device generates and transmits a MAC data unit that includes a number corresponding to a maximum number spatial streams supported by the first communication device. The number in the MAC data unit, and one or more of i) the first information element, ii) the second information element, and iii) other information in the MAC data unit, indicate first and second maximum numbers of spatial streams supported by the first communication device with respect to PPDUs conforming to the first communication protocol, and PPDUs conforming to the second communication protocol, respectively.
April 17, 2018
Date of Patent:
February 4, 2020
Marvell World Trade Ltd.
Liwen Chu, Ken Kinwah Ho, Tianan Tim Ma, Hongyuan Zhang, Hui-Ling Lou
Abstract: A communication device generates a first data unit that spans a first bandwidth, and transmits the first data unit during a transmit opportunity (TXOP) to at least one other communication device. The communication device subsequently determines, based on respective values of TXOP duration fields included in respective physical layer (PHY) preambles of one or more data units previously transmitted during the TXOP, whether a second bandwidth of a second data unit to be transmitted by the communication device during the TXOP can be greater than the first bandwidth of the first data unit. In response to determining that the second bandwidth of the second data unit can be greater than the first bandwidth of the first data unit, the communication device generates the second data unit to span the second bandwidth greater than the first bandwidth, and transmits the second data unit during the TXOP.
Abstract: An access point generates a management communication frame, that includes information indicating network parameters of a wireless communication network, for transmission in an operating channel of the wireless communication network. The operating channel including i) at least one primary component channel used at least for synchronizing with client stations associated with the access point and ii) at least one scanning channel specified, by the first communication protocol, to be used for scanning by client stations not associated with the access point. The access point generates a physical layer data unit to include the management communication frame, and transmits the physical layer data unit in the at least one scanning channel, specified by the first communication protocol, to allow discovery of the wireless communication network by client stations that are not associated with the access point.
Abstract: A first communication device determines assignment of at least a first orthogonal frequency division multiplex (OFDM) tone block and a second OFDM tone block for communication with a second communication device in a wireless local area network (WLAN). The first OFDM tone block is separated from the second OFDM tone block by a gap in frequency. The first communication device generates a physical layer (PHY) data unit for transmission to the second communication device, including generating a data portion of the PHY data unit that spans the first OFDM tone block and the second OFDM tone block. The first communication device transmits the PHY data unit to the second communication device via the first OFDM tone block and the second OFDM tone block such that no data is transmitted in the third OFDM tone block for the data portion of the PHY data unit.