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Myron C Butler, Christopher Madore: Telephone technicians terminals with auto-selection of dial pulse on DTMF signalling. Communications Technology Corporation, Laney Dougherty Hessin & Beavers, May 1, 1990: US04922516 (82 worldwide citation)

An improved craft technician's field terminal of the portable, hand-held type for use in communicating in diverse modes with a central technician access network. The terminal is connected to the telephone line in conventional manner in communication with the telephone access network; however, the te ...


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James M Arnold: Vegetable oil extended polyurethane systems. Communications Technology Corporation, Harris Kern Wallen & Tinsley, March 1, 1983: US04375521 (67 worldwide citation)

A vegetable oil extended polyurethane system comprising the reaction product of an isocyanate terminated polyisocyanate with a polyol in the presence of a vegetable oil and, optionally, a plasticizer, said polyurethane systems being applicable for use as reenterable encapsulants for sealing insulate ...


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William D Smith, George Hicks: Aerial enclosure for coupling data signals to a customer site. Communications Technology Corporation, Watts Hoffmann Fisher & Heinke Co A, December 9, 1997: US05696864 (54 worldwide citation)

An aerial enclosure for use in distributing above ground fiber optic communications signals from a signal source such as a central office to a customer site. The enclosure has first and second enclosure segments that can be separated to expose an enclosure interior where a termination panel is mount ...


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Zoltan B Dienes: Apparatus for use in applying an expandable resilient sleeve to a member therein. Communications Technology Corporation, Harris Kern Wallen & Tinsley, March 30, 1976: US03946480 (35 worldwide citation)

A device for maintaining a laterally expanded elastomeric sleeve, or the like, in a laterally expanded condition, and for progressively permitting the sleeve to contract onto a member within the sleeve, such as a cable splice and the cable ends on opposite sides of the splice. The device comprises: ...


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Donald J Smith: Flexible clamp for hose, cable and the like. Communications Technology Corporation, Harris Kern Wallen & Tinsley, September 6, 1983: US04402113 (31 worldwide citation)

A flexible clamp for hose, cable and the like in the form of a strip with opposite ends joined to produce a band. A portion of the strip is formed into parallel sections with at least one section having a corrugated shape and with another section having a variable length, non-corrugated, and conform ...


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Myron C Butler, William R Hilligoss, Lawrence O Hilligoss: Remote testing system for electrical circuits. Communications Technology Corporation, Laney Dougherty Hessin & Beavers, January 27, 1987: US04639557 (30 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for remotely testing electrical circuits, such as telephone circuits, includes a stand-alone unit which is located in the end office, for example, for remote access by use of an ordinary push-button telephone set sending dual tone multiple frequency signals. The apparatus has a twin-bus ...


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Selim Messelhi: Closure for optical fiber splice connectors. Communications Technology Corporation, Crutsinger & Booth, June 12, 1990: US04932744 (28 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber splice closure (10) to protect splice connectors which secure optical fibers (18-19) together which includes top and bottom housing segments (20 and 50) which contain a body of sealant. An organizer tray (70) having guide surfaces (75) facilitates forming a loop in optical fibers (1 ...


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Richard E Heinze: Polyalphaolefin extended polyurethane systems. Communications Technology Corporation, October 19, 1982: US04355130 (26 worldwide citation)

A polyalphaolefin extended polyurethane system comprising the reaction product of an isocyanate terminated polyisocyanate with a polyol in the presence of a polyalphaolefin and, optionally, a liquid ester coupling agent, said polyurethane systems being applicable for use as reenterable encapsulants ...


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Charles D Stephens: Apparatus and method for line pair testing and fault diagnostics. Communications Technology Corporation, Gerald G Crutsinger, Crutsinger & Booth, November 7, 2000: US06144721 (25 worldwide citation)

A line pair testing and fault diagnostic apparatus implementing three-terminal measurement techniques using a multiple frequency source waveform transmission to propagate a reflected waveform. The apparatus implements a microcomputer circuit executing a program. The program has frequency domain anal ...


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Erich P Valstyn: Automatic throat height control for film head. Computer and Communications Technology Corporation, Magnetic Peripherals, Cushman Darby & Cushman, June 27, 1989: US04841625 (24 worldwide citation)

A lapping guide is provided to determine the position at which lapping of a thin film head to define pole faces should be terminated. Accurate positioning of the lapping guide with respect to the head is insured by forming various elements of the lapping guide during the same photolithographic proce ...