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W Michal Czosnowski, Michel J Thomassin: Distribution frame and optical connector holder combination. Northern Telecom, R J Austin, October 4, 1994: US05353367 (254 worldwide citation)

Optical fiber distribution frame with optical test arrangement for locating both ends of a patchcord extending between optical connector holders. Each holder has an array of mounting position for optical connectors to which patchcord extend. Each patchcord also has a test fiber with ends directed ou ...


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George Debortoli, Jaroslav M Hvezda, Jacques R Desjardins: Optical fiber storage and connector tray and shelf and tray assembly. Northern Telecom, R J Austin, November 24, 1992: US05167001 (186 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber tray including a fiber connector holder with storage in the holder for incoming fibers for connection to rear facing ends of the connectors. Front facing connector ends are joined to outgoing fibers in the form of patch cords which pass through a storage facility in which each patch ...


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Joseph O R Morin, Joseph F R J Richard: Distribution frame and optical connector holder combination. Northern Telecom, R J Austin, November 23, 1993: US05265187 (171 worldwide citation)

A combination of distribution frame and optical connector holders receivable in the frame provided with an electrical circuit which permits both ends of a chosen optical fiber patch cord to be located quickly. The patch cords have electrical conductors in addition to optical fibers. After one end of ...


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Richard John Glover, Michael Reginald Bishop, Michal Stefan Tencer: Packaging system for thermally controlling the temperature of electronic equipment. Nortel Networks Corporation, R J Austin, Victoria Donnelly, August 15, 2000: US06104611 (129 worldwide citation)

A passive method and packaging system for thermally controlling the temperature of electronic equipment within a housing are disclosed. The packaging system provides for two cooling steps, each of which uses a different passive cooling technology. Cooling by changing the phase of Phase Change Materi ...


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George Debortoli, Laurence A J Beaulieu, Brian T Osborne: Connector holders and distribution frame and connector holder assemblies for optical cable. Northern Telecom, R J Austin, December 10, 1991: US05071211 (123 worldwide citation)

A planar connector holder for optical fibers having storage compartments for incoming fibers and a mounting region for connectors to outgoing fibers. Two storage compartments lie back-to-back on each side of a planar base of the holder, the compartments being interconnected for fiber to pass from co ...


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Ronald Tessier, Philip A McGettigan, Paul P Kish: Electrical telecommunications cable. Northern Telecom, R J Austin, July 21, 1992: US05132488 (121 worldwide citation)

A telecommunication cable in which pairs of twisted together conductors are spaced apart to minimize capacitance unbalance and cross-talk. A central core member may be provided with the conductor pairs extending around the core member which may have spokes to separate the conductor pairs. Alternativ ...


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George Debortoli: Optical connector holder assembly. Northern Telecom, R J Austin, August 11, 1992: US05138688 (101 worldwide citation)

A connector holder assembly for holding optical connectors in which a plurality of holders are disposed in a stack. Each holder has optical connectors in mounting positions at a front end region of the holder and rear ends of these connectors are connected to optical fibers disposed in coils in a st ...


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Yee Ning Chan: Electronic package carrying an electronic component and assembly of mother board and electronic package. Northern Telecom, R J Austin, November 17, 1998: US05838551 (95 worldwide citation)

Electronic package with an electronic component mounted upon a PCB or ceramic substrate by first level interconnects and housing second level interconnects on the other side of the PCB. The component is protected by an EMI shield which is grounded to a ground plane of the PCB. Especially significant ...


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Roman Katchmar: Printed circuit boards and heat sink structures. Northern Telecom, R J Austin, November 14, 1995: US05467251 (75 worldwide citation)

Printed circuit board and heat sink assembly in which heat conductive elements are provided to distribute heat across the board before transferring heat into the heat sink. Also in other structures, heat is conducted directly into a heat sink from surface mount components while bypassing the board.


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Roger A Beun, Jay R Sobel: Combinations of printed circuit boards and face plates. Northern Telecom, R J Austin, January 13, 1998: US05708742 (71 worldwide citation)

A printed circuit board with a face plate having a connector support located behind it and being movable for access to the connector support. The connector support has a connector mounting for connecting two fiber connectors, the geometry being such that with the face plate removed, the rearwardly d ...