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Peter Kobsa: Low capacitance surge protector for high speed data transmission. Porta Systems Corporation, Hoffmann & Baron, July 16, 2002: US06421220 (29 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a surge protector circuit and method of protecting electronic equipment which do not load down a circuit at high frequencies and do not degrade a signal in high speed data transmission. A gas tube is connected in parallel with low capacitance diodes and an avalanche semicond ...


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Paul V DeLuca, William V Carney: Telephone connector block apparatus. Porta Systems Corporation, Philip D Amins, March 15, 1977: US04012096 (23 worldwide citation)

An improved connector block comprises a molded main body portion having test pin and connection-effecting pin couplet fields orthogonally disposed therein. In service, as on a telephone central office main distributing frame, the block receives and terminates two wire groups (e.g., subscriber lines ...


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Paul V DeLuca, John J Gazzo Jr, Vincent F Santulli, Errol Siegel, Vito Mannino: Automated telephony testing and polling apparatus and system. Porta Systems Corporation, Philip D Amins, July 13, 1976: US03969594 (23 worldwide citation)

Line condition reporting and subscriber polling apparatus employs a central processor for accessing subscriber cable pair via one of plural interface circuits, a trunk selection matrix, a test or no-test trunk, and the subscriber's central office.


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DeLuca Paul V, Santulli Vincent F, Gazzo Jr John J, Manos George, Mickowski John: Automated telephony testing and polling apparatus. Porta Systems Corporation, Amins Philip D, October 15, 1974: US3842218 (19 worldwide citation)

Line condition reporting and subscriber polling apparatus employs a central processor for accessing subscriber cable pair via one of plural interface circuits, a trunk selection matrix, a test or no-test trunk, and the subscriber's central office.Subscriber lines may be seized in accordance with man ...


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Paul V De Luca, William V Carney, Michael Fasano: Telephone line surge protecting device. Porta Systems Corporation, Charles E Temko, March 30, 1976: US03947730 (16 worldwide citation)

A line voltage surge protecting device for telephone systems which normally include means for grounding excessive currents caused by lightening and the like. The device includes a gaseous discharge element which becomes conductive when the voltage in the line being protected momentarily exceeds a pr ...


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David W Stowe: Fiberoptic couplers having spacer fibers that have no optical cores. Porta Systems Corporation, Hoffmann & Baron, October 17, 1995: US05459804 (12 worldwide citation)

The invention is a fiberoptic coupler formed by multiple optical fibers each having a core and a surrounding cladding and at least one spacer fiber having the refraction index substantially matched to the refraction index of the cladding of at least one adjacent optical fiber. The optical and spacer ...


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William V Carney, Alan J Squillante, Michael Fasano, Michael Belle Oudry, Anthony Andrew Ray, Clifford D Le Strange: Connector module. Porta Systems Corporation, Gerald T Bodner, February 7, 2006: US06994582 (9 worldwide citation)

A connector module permits termination of cross-connect wires on one surface (front) and cable wires on an opposite surface (rear). The module exhibits a configuration, which permits test access and protector (i.e., protection module) mounting from the front surface. The jumper wires are inserted fr ...


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Paul V DeLuca, William V Carney: Telephone connector block. Porta Systems Corporation, June 1, 1976: US03961227 (9 worldwide citation)

An improved telephone connector block including grounding means enabling the provision of current and voltage overload protection. Protector modules are provided with a grounding prong having a detent groove arranged peripherally thereabout at a free end thereof which engage a detent in a grounding ...


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De Luca Paul V: Cutover transition switching apparatus and method for telephone office equipment. Porta Systems Corporation, Amins Philip D, November 18, 1975: US3920927 (8 worldwide citation)

An electrical transition switching apparatus and method for permitting transition switching of subscriber lines from earlier generation switching system units such as panel, crossbar and step-by-step to similar generation systems or to new generation systems such as the new electronic switching syst ...


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William V Carney: Protector module for telephone systems. Porta Systems Corporation, Charles E Temko, January 18, 1977: US04004263 (7 worldwide citation)

An improved telephone line protection device including means for grounding excessive currents and voltages. The disclosed embodiments include temperature actuated resilient means for shorting currents directly to a source of ground potential without passing such currents through the elements normall ...