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John J Frantzen: Surgical stent featuring radiopaque markers. Cook Incorporated, Anton P Ness, Richard J Godlewski, September 25, 2001: US06293966 (231 worldwide citation)

Radiopaque marker elements for attachment to ends of a radially expandable surgical stent are disclosed. Each radiopaque marker element is homogeneously formed from a radiopaque material and attached through an attachment means to ends of the stent. The radiopaque marker elements enhance the visibil ...


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Robert L Fisher Jr: Matable coaxial connector assembly having impedance compensation. AMP Incorporated, Anton P Ness, June 8, 1993: US05217391 (213 worldwide citation)

A coaxial connector assembly (10) includes a plug (40) and jack (140) having respective inner and outer conductors matable at a mating interface. The mating interface (MI) includes a plurality of regions A,B,C of mismatched impedance having varying axial lengths defined by diameter changes of said i ...


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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 (189 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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Richard G Leibfried Jr: Method for applying a retention sleeve to a coaxial cable connector. The Whitaker Corporation, Anton P Ness, December 14, 1993: US05269701 (159 worldwide citation)

A coaxial connector (100) having a coupling nut (12) freely rotatable therearound has a rear stop defined by the forward end (152) of a retention sleeve (150) placed along the central section (128) of the outer conductive shell (120). The retention sleeve rearward end (160) defines a forward stop fo ...


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Alan W Brownlie, Jack W Lawhead, Clifford F Lincoln, Ned A Sigmon: Access flooring module. AMP Incorporated, Robert W Pitts, Anton P Ness, June 16, 1992: US05122069 (158 worldwide citation)

An access floor module for use with wiring extending beneath the floor of a structure can be used with both high tension and low tension conductors. High tension and low tension outlets can be mounted on the front of a rotatable frame member. Cables are attached to the back and the frame can be inse ...


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Brent D Yohn, Robert C Hosler Sr: Floating panel-mounted coaxial connector for use with stripline circuit boards. The Whitaker Corporation, Anton P Ness, May 14, 1996: US05516303 (149 worldwide citation)

A coaxial connector (50) float-mounted in a panel aperture (58) for mating with a mating coaxial connector (10) fixedly mounted in a second panel (12) and spring biased to adapted to a range of axial positions of the mating coaxial connector upon full mating. A subassembly (60) is movably mounted wi ...



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