John J Frantzen: Surgical stent featuring radiopaque markers. Cook Incorporated, Anton P Ness, Richard J Godlewski, September 25, 2001: US06293966 (246 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 ...

Robert L Fisher Jr: Matable coaxial connector assembly having impedance compensation. AMP Incorporated, Anton P Ness, June 8, 1993: US05217391 (225 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 ...


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 (196 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 ...


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 (170 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 ...

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 (168 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 ...

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 (164 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 ...