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|Combined Aircraft Landing and Taxi Light - An integrated aircraft landing and taxi light includes upper and lower reflector regions in the shape of substantially circular segments and a central longitudinal third reflector region extending between the upper and lower reflector regions. Landing light LEDs are arranged within the upper and lower reflector regions and the outer portions of the central longitudinal reflector region with the diagonals of the LED dies oriented substantially along radial lines extending outward from the center of the light. Taxi light LEDs are arranged within the central and outer portions of the central longitudinal reflector region such that the sides of the LED dies are oriented substantially horizontally and vertically with respect to the aircraft.
|AEROSPACE GROUND MANEUVER LIGHT - Aerospace ground maneuver light, comprises a reflector (
|DEVICE FOR GENERATING AN AIRFLOW FOR COOLING A HEAT DISSIPATING ELECTRONIC ELEMENT SUCH AS AN LED - The device for generating an air flow for cooling a heat dissipating electronic element such as an LED comprises a channel (
|STROBE LIGHT UNIT AND AIRCRAFT COMPRISING THE SAME - A strobe light unit, particularly wing anti-collision strobe light unit for an aircraft, comprises at least one light source, particularly at least one LED; a reflector element, the at least one light source and the reflector element being configured for projecting light into a desired range of directions; and a stray light blocking element for blocking stray light from being projected into undesired directions, the stray light blocking element attached to the reflector element or to a base portion of the strobe light unit.
|LED LIGHT UNIT AND METHOD OF PRODUCING AN LED LIGHT UNIT - An LED light unit comprises a support portion, a light source having at least one LED, the light source being arranged on the support portion and having a source-side light intensity distribution (LI
|LED LIGHT UNIT AND METHOD OF REPLACING AN LED LIGHT UNIT - An LED light unit, in particular for a passenger transportation vehicle, such as an aircraft, a road vehicle, a ship or a rail car, has a support portion a light source having at least one LED, the light source being arranged on the support portion, and a refractive optical element having an inner surface and an outer surface the refractive optical element being attached to the support portion and being arranged over the light source. The refractive optical element has a chamfer portion adjacent the support portion, wherein at least one of the inner surface and the outer surface has at least one chamfer surface in the chamfer portion.
|EXTERIOR AIRCRAFT LIGHT UNIT AND AIRCRAFT COMPRISING THE EXTERIOR AIRCRAFT LIGHT UNIT - An exterior aircraft light unit for emitting light of a first wavelength and light of a second wavelength, different from the first wavelength is disclosed. The exterior aircraft light unit has an integrated optical structure, which in turn has a first light source configured to emit the light of the first wavelength, a second light source configured to emit the light of the second wavelength, the second light source being positioned adjacent to the first light source, and an optical element for shaping a light emission distribution of the integrated optical structure. The optical element is arranged with respect to the first light source and the second light source in such a way that it affects both the light of the first wavelength and the light of the second wavelength.
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|IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL CYSTEINE-RICH CELL PENETRATING PEPTIDE - The present invention relates to a nucleic acid molecule encoding a peptide capable of being internalized into a cell, wherein said nucleic acid molecule consists of (a) a nucleic acid molecule encoding a peptide having the amino acid sequence of SEQ ID NO: 2; (b) a nucleic acid molecule having the DNA sequence of SEQ ID NO: 1, wherein T is U if the nucleic acid molecule is RNA; or (d) a nucleic acid molecule encoding a peptide having at least 80% sequence identity with that of SEQ ID NO: 2, wherein at least at two positions selected from the group consisting of positions 1, 7 and 8 of SEQ ID NO: 2 a cysteine is present and wherein at least at four positions selected from the groups consisting of position 2, 4, 6, 9 or 10 of SEQ ID NO: 2 an arginine or a lysine is present. The present invention also relates to a peptide encoded by the nucleic acid of the invention, a fusion molecule comprising the peptide of the invention and a composition comprising the peptide or the fusion molecule of the invention. Furthermore, the present invention relates to a method of detecting the internalization behaviour of a fusion molecule of the invention, the composition of the invention for treating and/or preventing a condition selected from cancer, enzyme deficiency diseases, infarcts, cerebral ischemia, diabetes, inflammatory diseases, infections such as bacterial, viral or fungal infections, autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus erythematodes (SLE) or rheumatoid arthritis, diseases with amyloid-like fibrils such as Alzheimer's disease (AD) and Parkinson's disease (PD) or certain forms of myopathy.
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|COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM - A mobile communications system is described in which a mobile communications device can register with a Macro RAN base station or with a home base station when in range of the home base station. The home base station may be an open access mode, a closed access mode or a hybrid access mode home base station. The home base station sends a gateway device information about its access mode so that unnecessary access control is avoided. This information may be signalled to the gateway device by the presence or absence of an optional element of a registration request or by the presence or absence of entries within a mandatory element within the registration request.
|COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - A communication system is described in which a handover procedure is provided to allow a mobile device to transfer from a home base station connected to a core network via a home base station gateway to another base station not coupled via the home base station gateway. A novel extension to the handover procedure is provided in which the home base station gateway is informed of the transfer of the mobile device, allowing context and resources assigned to the mobile device at the base station gateway to be released.
|COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - A communication system is presented in which a base station operates a each of a plurality of cells using a respective component carrier. When the base station decides to configure a mobile telephone to use additional cells of the plurality of cells, a access control procedure is initiated to determine for each cell whether the configuration should be allowed.
|COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - A communication system is described in which a NATed IP address of a home base station is communicated to the home base station by a home base station gateway or a mobility management entity. In one embodiment, the gateway or the mobility management entity receives the NATed IP address from a security gateway that is used to establish a secure tunnel with the home base station through an IP network.