04540231 is referenced by 144 patents and cites 15 patents.

An electrical connector is disclosed for terminating semirigid coaxial cable, and comprises a grip ring having a continuous rearward end with multiple spline fingers extending forwardly therefrom and grooves on its inner surface, and a bored tubular shell member having a contoured internal diameter to accept the cable and the grip ring and grooves having an adhesive therealong extending along an outer part of the bore of the shell member. The cable is drawn through the grip ring and the shell member, and as the grip ring is press inserted into a rearward end of the shell member, the spline fingers resiliently deflect inwardly along the shell member contour, and embed into the outer semirigid cable sheath to establish electrical contact therewith and the grooved bore scores the outside surface of the grip ring during its movement into engagement with the cable sheath which causes the grooves of the grip ring to score the cable sheath, thereby providing antitorque connection therebetween. The adhesive extends along the engaging surfaces of the shell member and grip ring thereby sealing the connection and increasing the torque and tensile resistance thereof.

Title
Connector for semirigid coaxial cable
Application Number
308760
Publication Number
4540231
Application Date
September 16, 1983
Publication Date
September 10, 1985
Inventor
Edgar W Forney Jr
Harrisburg
PA, US
Assignee
AMP
PA, US
IPC
H01R 4/00
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