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Farron L Dacus: Apparatus and method for efficient wireless communications in the presence of frequency error. Cleveland Medical Devices, John H Vynalek, October 19, 1999: US05970105 (99 worldwide citation)

A receiver for efficient wireless communications in the presence of frequency errors in a radio frequency received signal is disclosed. The receiver comprising a receiver channel, a wide band frequency acquisition mode, automatic frequency control, a narrow band demodulation mode and a demodulator. ...


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Eric Biribuze, Christopher P Lewallen, James P Luther, Daniel S McGranahan, Micah C Isenhour: High-density patch-panel assemblies for optical fiber telecommunications. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, December 21, 2010: US07856166 (95 worldwide citation)

Patch panel assemblies (150) that contain patch panel modules (50) for use in optical fiber telecommunication systems are disclosed. One of the patch panel assemblies includes a front mounting frame (210F) and at least one internal mounting frame (210I) that support a plurality of patch panel module ...


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Monique L Cote, Andrea M Ozuna, Karyne P Prevratil, Diana Rodriguez: Compact, high-density adapter module, housing assembly and frame assembly for optical fiber telecommunications. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, February 15, 2011: US07889961 (64 worldwide citation)

Adapter modules, housing assemblies that house the adapter modules, and frame assemblies that contain the housing assemblies are disclosed that are all relatively compact and support a relatively high density of components. The modules, assemblies and frames have configurations that take advantage o ...


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Guy Castonguay, Donnie Ray Clapp Jr, Brent Michael Frazier, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, Diana Rodriguez, Steven Ross Sims, Antwan Joco ques Works: Fiber optic splice trays. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, October 26, 2010: US07822310 (61 worldwide citation)

There is provided splice trays and splice assemblies that provide convenient access to optical fiber slack within a relatively small area or volume. Some splice trays are adapted for use with microstructured optical fibers to further reduce the size of the splice tray or splice assembly. Some splice ...


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Robert N Schmidt, Jamison J Float, Steven P Hendrix: Pressure relief reminder and compliance system. Cleveland Medical Devices, John H Vynalek, February 29, 2000: US06030351 (55 worldwide citation)

A pressure relief reminder and compliance system and method to prevent the formation of pressure sores on a person's skin is disclosed. The system comprises sensor which responds according to pressure exerted on the skin; a programmable microcontroller connected to the sensor; means for programming ...


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Guy Castonguay, Donnie Ray Clapp Jr, Terry Dean Cox, Thomas Shaw Liggett, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, Diana Rodriguez: Fiber optic drop terminals for multiple dwelling units. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, March 3, 2009: US07499622 (54 worldwide citation)

There is provided fiber drop terminals (“FDTs”) and related equipment for providing selective connections between optical fibers of distribution cables and optical fibers of drop cables, such as in multiple dwelling units. The FDTs require relatively little area and/or volume while providing conveni ...


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Albert Martin Bolton, Kevin Lee Strause: Multi-port optical connection terminal. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, June 22, 2010: US07740409 (51 worldwide citation)

An optical device includes at least one optical fiber cable receiving area for receiving at least one optical fiber cable, the receiving area being sized to receive a covering for covering at least a portion of the transition area, and at least one optical fiber cable transition portion disposed at ...


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Alejandro Raigoza Escoto, Manuel Alejandro Lopez Sanchez, Octavio Beltran Salinas, Gerardo Pavon, James P Luther, Christopher Paul Lewallen, William Hurley, Todd Edward Mitchell, Cesar Geronimo Garcia, William Giraud: High density fiber optic hardware. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, February 24, 2009: US07496268 (48 worldwide citation)

There is provided fiber optic hardware and hardware components adapted to provide a desired amount of fiber optic connectivity and/or functionality for a desired amount of volume, materials, etc. The fiber optic hardware components include, but are not limited to multiports, local convergence points ...


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Terry L Cooke, Tory A Klavuhn, David L Dean Jr, Juan Garcia, Elmer Mariano, Manuel Lopez, Juan Miguel Gonzalez: Rear-installable fiber optic modules and equipment. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, May 22, 2012: US08184938 (42 worldwide citation)

Fiber optic equipment that supports one or more rear-installable fiber optic modules is disclosed. The fiber optic equipment is comprised of a chassis defining a front end and a rear section. At least one guide system is disposed in the chassis and configured to receive at least one fiber optic modu ...


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William R Burnham, Robert W Dennis, Alan W Ugolini, Terry L Cooke, Tory A Klavuhn: Optical fiber interconnection devices and systems using same. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, March 30, 2010: US07689079 (41 worldwide citation)

Optical fiber interconnection devices, which can take the form of a module, are disclosed that include an array of optical fibers and multi-fiber optical-fiber connectors, for example, two twelve-port connectors or multiples thereof, and three eight-port connectors or multiples thereof. The array of ...