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George E Ayer: Medical cable set and electrode therefor. Bunker Ramo Corporation, Nicholas A Camasto, John R Hoffman, October 12, 1982: US04353372 (235 worldwide citation)

A pair of ECG cable sets are adhesively secured to disposable body electrodes, and also plug into a junction box which in turn is connected to an ECG machine. Each cable set is formed by printed circuit techniques. A pair of flat support sheets of insulating material are glued together. Signal leads ...


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Stephen William Pugner: Cable connector. Bunker Ramo Corporation, William Lohff, F M Arbuckle, October 11, 1977: US04053200 (198 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector assembly for connection to a coaxial cable having a housing with a rear tubular metallic member having a pair of radially raised portions separated by a recessed peripheral surface portion for receiving the outer shield of the cable and an outer sleeve with an outwardly expan ...


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William Max Erich Zerlin, Roger Peter Avery, David Hugh Royce: Push-on connector. The Bunker Ramo Corporation Oak Brook IL, Frederick M Arbuckle, June 20, 1972: US3671922 (190 worldwide citation)

A locking push-on, pull-off connector which maintains good electrical contact even under conditions where there is movement in the connector. The contact elements of one of the mating connector members are mounted for axial movement in the member and are normally biased by a resilient means to a for ...


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John W Fenn, James R Stokes: Watertight cable connector. Bunker Ramo Corporation, William Lohff, F M Arbuckle, November 6, 1979: US04173385 (186 worldwide citation)

An environmentally protected connector assembly for terminating a coaxial cable includes a tubular stem insertable between the braided outer conductor and inner insulation of the cable and fixedly carrying a collar and rotatably carrying a coupling nut for connection to a compatible connector compon ...


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Tetsuo Hashimoto, Yasuo Fukunaga: Outer conductor attachment apparatus for coaxial connector. Bunker Ramo Corporation, William Lohff, F M Arbuckle, November 21, 1978: US04126372 (178 worldwide citation)

An outer conductor attachment apparatus for use with a coaxial cable connector. The apparatus comprises a truncated cone shaped member having a longitudinal passage extending therethrough for insertion of the inner conductors of a coaxial cable. Adjacent the larger end of the cone shaped member, the ...


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Kenneth R Hawley: Dynamic disk buffer control unit. Bunker Ramo Corporation, F M Arbuckle, A Freilich, August 16, 1983: US04399503 (171 worldwide citation)

A programmable control unit for disk memory and controller comprising a microprocessor (MPU), random access memory (RAM) used as a buffer to cache disk resident data used by a data processing system (DPS), and a configurable data path (CDP) which couples the DPS to the disk controller. The (MPU) is ...


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Harold Gregory Hutter: Coaxial electrical connector. Bunker Ramo Corporation, Fred Fisher, F M Arbuckle, February 3, 1976: US03936132 (169 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a coaxial connector having an injection molded dielectric. The preferred embodiment of the invention is an improved insulated-from-ground panel connector having a onepiece molded body of an insulating material. The molded body has a rear portion shaped to coact with a suita ...


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John Stephen Davis, Kenneth Norman Larson, Frank William Phalen: Communication control unit. Bunker Ramo Corporation, F M Arbuckle, A Freilich, February 21, 1978: US04075691 (167 worldwide citation)

A communication control unit useful for operably coupling a plurality of peripheral devices to a data processing system including a central processing unit (CPU) and a main system memory. The communication control unit is comprised of three major sections: (1) A direct memory access module (DMA) for ...


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Nijman John P: Coaxial cable connector plug. The Bunker Ramo Corporation, August 22, 1972: US3686623 (167 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector plug including cooperatively engageable members threadably connected together and having contacts which are cammed inwardly into gripping relation with respective outer and center contacts of a coaxial cable in response to relative movement of the members in a securing dire ...


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Dorrell Robert F: Wire seals. The Bunker Ramo Corporation, December 21, 1971: US3629792 (157 worldwide citation)

Wire seals in the form of tubular seal members having outer and inner surfaces in pressure sealing engagement with inner surfaces of passages in a dielectric support member and with outer surfaces of the insulating coverings of wires connected to contacts in the passages. Preferably, the pressure se ...