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Douglas W Glover, John C Hoffer, Erlon F Johnson, Ronald R Schaffer: Fiber optic connector assembly and wall outlet thereof. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, Anton P Ness, September 16, 1986: US04611887 (191 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic connector assembly comprises a housing member having a passageway extending therethrough. A receptacle connector member is latchably mounted in the passageway and has therein fiber optic connectors terminated to ends of fiber optic transmission members and fiber optic cables. The fiber ...


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Takinori Sasaki, Yukiharu Tayama: Multicontact connector for signal transmission. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, John R Hopkins, December 29, 1992: US05174770 (166 worldwide citation)

A multiple contact electrical connector for transmission of electrical signals therethrough comprises first and second matable connectors (1,2) each including signal contacts (5,5') and ground contacts (6,6') secured in dielectric housings (3,3') and arranged in a two-dimensional manner therein. The ...


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Edgar W Forney Jr: Connector for semi-rigid coaxial cable. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, October 11, 1983: US04408821 (163 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector is disclosed for terminating semi-rigid coaxial cable, and comprises a grip ring having a continuous rearward end with multiple spline fingers extending forwardly therefrom and grooves on its inner surface, and a bored tubular shell member having a contoured internal diameter ...


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Akira Kawaguchi, Akihiko Ohtsu: Coaxial connector for connecting two circuit boards. The Whitaker Corporation, Adrian J LaRue, January 10, 1995: US05380211 (129 worldwide citation)

A coaxial connector for connecting two substrates with reduced component count and suitable for high density packaging comprises a housing 26 having a throughhole 28 which is placed on a circuit board 2. A male terminal 22 is secured in the housing 26 and is connected to a ground conductor 18. On th ...


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Terry P Bowen, Douglas W Glover, Charles D Hoover, John H Huber, Ronald R Schaffer: Electrical and fiber optic connector assembly. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, Anton P Ness, July 7, 1987: US04678264 (128 worldwide citation)

An electrical and fiber optic connector assembly terminates the electrical conductors and fiber optic transmission members of a cable so that the electrical conductors are electrically connected to electrical terminals latchably mounted in a housing member and for electrical connection to electrical ...


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Kevin T Monroe: Coaxial connector plug. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, November 1, 1983: US04412717 (124 worldwide citation)

A coaxial connector comprises a dielectric spacer captured in an inner shell. A forward part of the inner shell is secured within a tubular section of a spring contact member with leaf spring contact members having contact sections extending axially along and spaced from a forward part of the dielec ...


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Herbert W Guendel: Cylindrical connector keying means. AMP Incorporated, Frederick W Raring, Adrian J LaRue, Anton P Ness, July 3, 1990: US04938718 (121 worldwide citation)

Cylindrical electrical assembly comprises a plug part and a receptacle part, each part consisting of a metallic shell and an insulating insert within the shell. The insert of the receptacle part has an integral hood which extends forwardly beyond the mating face of the receptacle insert and which re ...


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Edgar W Forney Jr: Connector for semirigid coaxial cable. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, Richard B O Planick, June 5, 1984: US04452503 (111 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector is disclosed for terminating semi-rigid coaxial cable, and comprises a grip ring having a solid rearward end and multiple spline fingers extending forwardly therefrom, and a bored tubular shell member having a contoured internal diameter to accept the cable and the grip ring. ...


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Nicola Cosmo: Electrical compression connector. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, June 10, 1986: US04593961 (105 worldwide citation)

An interconnector device for electrical conductors and compression assemblies therefor has a plurality of rigid electrically conductive rods, each rod being imbedded in a fixed cross-sectional plane of a dielectric, compressible core and projecting therefrom, whereupon application of an orthogonal c ...


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David J Gingerich, Richard F Granitz, William H Rose, David T Shaffer: Motor brush assembly. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, Anton P Ness, June 16, 1987: US04673837 (87 worldwide citation)

A motor brush assembly comprises a stamped and formed lead frame including electrical terminals at spaced locations and a dielectric housing member secured onto the lead frame with the electrical terminals being exposed and accessible for electrical termination to electrical power wires and lead wir ...