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Julian S Mullaney, William N Beauchamp, Thomas H Wermke, Craig D Ray, Marc F Moisson, Yogendra Dhanik: Fiber optic splice closure. Raychem Corporation, Herbert C Burkard, William D Zahrt II, A Stephen Zavell, June 21, 1994: US05323480 (218 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic splice closure includes a series of stacked splice trays pivotally secured within a housing, and oval shaped generally flexible transport tubes carrying the exposed optical fibers to the splice trays within the closure. The transport tubes have a differential flexibility to permit bend ...


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Corey McMills, John Mattis, John A Ross, Jeff Sampson: Feedthrough coaxial cable connector. Raychem Corporation, A Stephen Zavell, Herb Burkard, July 7, 1992: US05127853 (190 worldwide citation)

A feedthrough coaxial cable connector includes a tubular mandrel body dimensioned to be pressed between a foil-bonded dielectric core and other elements of an outer conductor of the prepared end of the cable. The body has cable engagement surface which defines a knife edge projection therearound for ...


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Gayle A Sucht, John S Mattis: Coaxial cable connector. Raychem Corporation, A Stephen Zavell, Herbert G Burkard, August 28, 1990: US04952174 (187 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector is provided for installation and use with a prepared end of a coaxial cable. The connector comprises a body and a nut threadably tightenable to the body. The body includes a center pin chuck for engaging the center conductor of the cable when the nut assembly is tightened t ...


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Corey McMills, John S Mattis: Coaxial cable connector with mandrel spacer and method of preparing coaxial cable. Raychem Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, A Stephen Zavell, August 30, 1994: US05342218 (180 worldwide citation)

The invention describes a method of preparing a cable, a coaxial cable mandrel guide/spacer, and a plurality of coaxial cables capable of accepting flexible coaxial cable without the requirement or folding back the conductive shielding braid material to form a connection to the cable. The guide/spac ...


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Corey McMills, John Mattis, John A Ross, Jeff Sampson: Feedthrough coaxial cable connector. Raychem Corporation, A Stephen Zavell, Herbert G Burkard, May 4, 1993: US05207602 (167 worldwide citation)

A feedthrough coaxial cable connector includes a tubular mandrel body dimensioned to be pressed between a foil-bonded dielectric core and other elements of an outer conductor of the prepared end of the cable. The body has cable engagement surface which defines a knife edge projection therearound for ...


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David C Bliven, Anthony Vranicar, Philip B Vail, Gerald L Shimirak, Julian S Mullaney: Alarm and test system for a digital added main line. Raychem Corporation, Vern Norviel, Herbert G Burkard, A Stephen Zavell, May 5, 1992: US05111497 (155 worldwide citation)

A test system directed to apparatus for transmitting and receiving multiple telephone transmission signals over a single twisted pair. The system converts an analog signal from a local switching station to an 80 ksymbols/sec signal for transmission over a twisted pair by a line card. A remote termin ...


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Gayle A Sucht, John S Mattis: Coaxial cable connector. Raychem Corporation, A Stephen Zavell, Herbert G Burkard, April 30, 1991: US05011432 (137 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector is provided for installation and use with a prepared end of a coaxial cable. The connector comprises a body and nut threadably tightenable to the body. The body includes a center pin chuck for engaging the center conductor of the cable when the nut assembly is tightened to ...


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Shang Chou, Curtis B Campbell: Oil recovery method for waxy crude oil using alkylaryl sulfonate surfactants derived from alpha-olefins and the alpha-olefin compositions. Chevron U, Chevron Chemical Company, A Stephen Zavell, August 7, 2001: US06269881 (127 worldwide citation)

An oil recovery process is disclosed which uses a particular class of alkylaryl sulfonate surfactants. The surfactants are derived from an alpha-olefin stream having a broad distribution of even carbon numbers ranging from 12 to 58. The olefin stream is reacted with aromatic feedstock, such as benze ...


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Craig D Ray, Carney P Claunch II, Terrance D Hunsinger, Julian S Mullaney, Michael L Randolph, Robert G Sember, James R Shaw, Amanda C Smith, Stephen E Wald: Fiber optic cable system including main and drop cables and associated fabrication method. Raychem Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, William D Zahrt II, A Stephen Zavell, August 8, 1995: US05440665 (121 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic cable system, such as a preterminated fiber cable, includes a main cable and one or more drop cables connected to the main cable at spaced apart locations along the main cable. The drop cable is spliced to the main cable using a splice closure including a fiber guide that secures splic ...


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Corey McMills, John Mattis: Coaxial cable connection method and device using oxide inhibiting sealant. Raychem Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, A Stephen Zavell, November 8, 1994: US05362250 (110 worldwide citation)

A method and a device is provided which allows the connection of coaxial cable termini to one another with minimum long-term loss of RFI shielding. The method comprises the removal of metal oxides from the concentric conductor portions of the two cable termini, applying a sealant to the concentric c ...