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Harold G Hutter: One-piece crimp-type connector and method for terminating a coaxial cable. Allied Corporation, C D Lacina, R H Criss, August 4, 1987: US04684201 (168 worldwide citation)

A set of three annular ribs (44,46,48) disposed annularly around a crimp sleeve (28) are crimped radially inward about a coaxial cable (10) having a forward end portion (20) of its cable braid (16) exposed and folded backwardly, the ribs when crimped inwardly providing cable retention, electrical ci ...


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Dee A Werth: Electrical connector assembly having means for EMI shielding. Allied Corporation, C D Lacina, July 30, 1985: US04531805 (143 worldwide citation)

A continuous 360.degree. electrically conductive seal about the back shell (30) of an electrically conductive connector shell (20) having teeth extending aftwardly from its end face (34) and around the braid shield (46) of a coaxial-type cable (40) connected to the back shell by an accessory boot (5 ...


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Stephen Punako, David O Gallusser, Warren R Williams Jr: Retaining an insert in an electrical connector. Allied Corporation, C D Lacina, R H Criss, July 28, 1987: US04682832 (128 worldwide citation)

A tubular sleeve of a deformable plastic is longitudinally slotted to define a plurality of laterally separated axially weakened longitudinal columns (62) the respective forward leading edges (64) of which being inserted into an annular passageway (32) formed between an insert (20) disposed in a she ...


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Mark Flederbach, David O Gallusser: Electrical connector assembly. Bendix Corporation, C D Lacina, July 31, 1984: US04462653 (126 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector assembly (100) includes a coupling ring (50) for connecting together two connector housings (10, 20) and self-contained means for resisting rotation of the coupling ring relative to the connector housing (20) to which it is rotatably mounted. The resisting means includes coup ...


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Alan L Schildkraut, Robert W Brush Sr: Anti-decoupling mechanism for an electrical connector assembly. Allied Corporation, C D Lacina, June 25, 1985: US04525017 (111 worldwide citation)

A spiral band (400) having a lock arm (420) for resisting rotation of a coupling nut (300) relative to a plug shell (100), coupling nut (300) including a radial flange (322) having a plurality of detents (340) disposed equiangularly therearound and spiral band (400) being tightly spiraled to interfe ...


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Alan L Schildkraut, Robert W Brush Sr: Anti-decoupling mechanism for an electrical connector assembly. Allied Corporation, C D Lacina, May 13, 1986: US04588246 (110 worldwide citation)

A spiral band (400) having a lock arm (420) for resisting rotation of a coupling nut (300) relative to a plug shell (100), coupling nut (300) including a radial flange (322) having a plurality of detents (340) disposed equiangularly therearound and spiral band (400) being tightly spiraled to interfe ...


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Dee A Werth, Vincent A Luca Jr: Electrical connector assembly having an anti-decoupling device. The Bendix Corporation, C D Lacina, R J Eifler, August 7, 1984: US04464000 (106 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector assembly of separable first and second shells (100, 200) and a coupling nut (300) having a radial flange (340) rotatably mounted about first shell (100) and rearwardly of an annular shoulder (140) thereof with a coil spring (500) and an annular ring (400) mounted for sliding ...


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Gordon T Collins: Coupling nut having an anti-decoupling device. The Bendix Corporation, C D Lacina, August 7, 1984: US04464001 (102 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector assembly including a pair of mating shells (100, 200) having end faces (122, 224) on dielectric inserts (110, 210) and a coupling nut (300) rotatably mounted on first shell (100), coupling nut (300) including an elongated a generally U-shaped passageway (142, 146, 144) sized ...


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Francisco R Briones, Kamal S Boutros: Filter electrical connector. Allied Corporation, C D Lacina, February 19, 1985: US04500159 (49 worldwide citation)

A filter connector (24; 90; 116) comprises an electrically conductive shell (60; 91; 118); a dielectric body (50; 93; 120) mounted to the shell and having a sidewall (52), a row of passages (56; 95; 123) extending therethrough with each receiving an electrical contact (51; 97; 124); and a row of sep ...


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Robert L Williams, Christopher Marks: Triaxial electrical connector. Allied Corporation, C D Lacina, R J Eifler, May 28, 1985: US04519666 (41 worldwide citation)

The invention is a method for mounting tubular electrical conductors (10, 20) of a triaxial connector to the connector housing and the connector thus formed (1) and is characterized by a plurality of electrically conducting terminals (40) that have an annular groove (41) therein that mate with a res ...