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Donald A Burris, Herman P Durst: F-connector with deformable body and compression ring. Gilbert Engineering Co, Cahill Sutton & Thomas, December 7, 1999: US05997350 (222 worldwide citation)

A compression type coaxial cable F-connector includes a conventional coupling nut and tubular post. A cylindrical body member is secured to the tubular post and includes a sleeve for receiving the jacket of the coaxial cable. A circular relief in the sleeve allows the end of such sleeve to be deform ...


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Donald A Burris, William B Lutz, Herman P Durst: F-connector with free-spinning nut and O-ring. Gilbert Engineering Co, Cahill Sutton & Thomas, November 2, 1999: US05975951 (206 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable F-connector (20) includes a tubular post (32) for insertion around the dielectric (26) of the coaxial cable (22), a cylindrical body member (46) secured to the tubular post for receiving the jacket (30) of the coaxial cable, and a coupling nut (38). The tubular post includes an enlar ...


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Robert D Hayward: Fitting for coaxial cable. Gilbert Engineering Co, Don J Flickinger, August 23, 1983: US04400050 (203 worldwide citation)

A fitting, especially adapted for electrical and mechanical connection to a coaxial cable having a jacket of noncompliant material with an antifriction surface, includes a tubular element having internal gripping means for mechanically engaging the jacket. The gripping means comprises a plurality of ...


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Donald A Burris: Zip-grip coaxial cable F-connector. Gilbert Engineering Co, Cahill Sutton & Thomas, March 9, 1999: US05879191 (166 worldwide citation)

An F-connector for terminating the end of a coaxial drop cable includes a tubular post and fastening nut, along with a modified form of body member. The body member outer wall includes a series of annular ridges, and the end of the body member includes a beveled surface. The F-connector includes a c ...


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William J Down, Robert D Hayward: Tamper-resistant cable terminator system. Gilbert Engineering Co, Don J Flickinger, Jordan M Meschkow, Robert A Parsons, December 28, 1993: US05273444 (15 worldwide citation)

A tamper-resistant terminator includes a connector body rotatably encapsulated within a shield. A port in the shield receives a terminal of a cable transmission system therethrough for rotational engagement with a threaded bore within the connector body. Another port in the shield provides access to ...


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Hayward Robert D: Cable connector assembly for semi-air spaced television distribution cable.. Gilbert Engineering Co, March 20, 1985: EP0134358-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

A cable connector assembly, especially adapted for use with semi-air spaced television distribution cable, includes a body and a threadedly engageable nut. A ferrule, carried by the nut and having a plurality of internal teeth for mechanically engaging the sheath of the cable, is compressed about th ...


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Robert D Hayward: Insulators for coaxial cable connectors. Gilbert Engineering Co, Don J Flickinger, Jordan M Meschkow, Robert A Parsons, November 9, 1993: US05259790 (3 worldwide citation)

Improved insulator configurations are provided for retarding corrosion of the central conductor pin of a coaxial cable connector. In a first embodiment of the invention, the distal end of the dielectric which surrounds the pin is provided with a domed protuberance which deflects liquid away from the ...


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Down William J: Securement means for coaxial cable connector. Gilbert Engineering Co, January 8, 1992: GB2245778-A (3 worldwide citation)

A connector (20) for securing the end of a coaxial cable (30) to a selected device in a cable transmission system includes an inner tubular member (24) and a coaxial outer tubular member (40, 60). The inner tubular member (24) is receivable between the dielectric (33) and the outer conductor (34) of ...


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Hayward Robert D: Non-radiating coaxial outlet.. Gilbert Engineering Co, February 3, 1988: EP0255211-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable coupler includes a first section (12) for coupling to the coaxial cable (50) of a utilisation device and a second section (14) for coupling to the coaxial cable (44) of a communications system. Both the first and second sections (12, 14) are provided with cavities (18, 20) therein. T ...