1
David W DeChamp, Clarence L Clayatt III: Coaxial connector. ITT Corporation, T L Peterson, R C Turner, July 15, 1986: US04600263 (166 worldwide citation)

A coaxial connector having precise matched impedance characteristics which is suitable for use with coaxial cable having a very soft dielectric core. A slotted bushing is fit over the core of the cable. The bushing is inserted into the rear of the coaxial contact assembly. A flange on the front of t ...


2
George R Deacon: Circumferential grounding and shielding spring for an electrical connector. International Telephone & Telegraph Corporation, T E Kristofferson, T L Peterson, September 11, 1984: US04470657 (109 worldwide citation)

A substantially continuous "bracelet-like" grounding and electromagnetic shielding device for placement in a circumferential cavity formed by an annular groove in at least one of two overlapping body portions of mating electrical connector subassemblies. The device is formed as a flat stamping and c ...


3
Burkhard Giebel: Electrically programmable semiconductor memory showing redundance. Deutsche Itt, T L Peterson, March 22, 1988: US04733394 (106 worldwide citation)

An integrated memory system includes a microcomputer which, at defined intervals and by employing a classifying circuit integrated in an EEPROM, checks the memory cells of the EEPROM with respect to variations of the threshold values. Upon detection of a fault in a row or column which has thus been ...


4
Steven G Morton: Array reconfiguration apparatus and methods particularly adapted for use with very large scale integrated circuits. ITT Corporation, T L Peterson, January 26, 1988: US04722084 (103 worldwide citation)

An array reconfiguration apparatus is employed in large integrated circuits and large systems. The apparatus makes use of spare wires and/or computation elements which are incorporated in the array. The apparatus uses spare wires in place of defective wires and/or the apparatus uses spare computatio ...


5
David S Goodman: Method of making multilayer printed circuit board. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, T L Peterson, January 20, 1976: US03932932 (79 worldwide citation)

A method of making a multilayer board in which relatively thick ground and voltage planes are punched to form clearance holes. The planes are stacked with insulative layers, laminated and then drilled to produce through holes aligned with the clearance holes. The through holes are then plated-throug ...


6
Gerald J Selvin: Electrical connector grounding ring. International Telephone & Telegraph Corporation, T L Peterson, R C Turner, July 30, 1985: US04531790 (78 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector in which one connector member contains a grounding ring having a wall of "C"-shaped configuration in longitudinal section. When the mating halves of the connector are interengaged, the shell of the other connector member slides into the grounding ring deflecting the inner per ...


7
Manfred Laube: Communication terminal for processing voice and graphical information. International Standard Electric Corporation, T L Peterson, J S Christopher, March 24, 1987: US04653086 (74 worldwide citation)

A communication terminal for processing voice and graphical information having a telephone set including a handset supported by a housing with an input device mounted within the housing for establishing communication with a distant terminal. The input device includes a flat display screen having a p ...


8
Peter J Ayliffe: Method of addressing liquid crystal displays. International Standard Electric Company, J M May, T L Peterson, January 20, 1987: US04638310 (71 worldwide citation)

A matrix array type liquid crystal device whose liquid crystal layer is ferro-electric is addressed using strobing pulses applied serially to the members of a set of electrodes on one side of the layer while balanced bipolar data pulses are applied in parallel to the members of a set of electrodes o ...


9
Soenke Mehrgardt, Heinrich Pfeifer, Thomas Fischer, Peter M Flamm: Video recorder with a magnetic recording medium in the form of a tape. Deutsche ITT, T L Peterson, July 12, 1988: US04757390 (66 worldwide citation)

To raise the integration level of a video recorder, and to provide a uniform circuit concept suitable for all three color-television standard (PAL, NTSC, SECAM) which, in particular, requires only slight modifications for adaptation to the respective standard, signal processing is performed by fast ...


10
Gerald J Selvin: Electrical connector grounding ring. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, T L Peterson, R C Turner, July 8, 1986: US04598959 (62 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector containing a grounding ring in the form of a metal bellows which is axially compressed when the mating halves of the connector are interengaged. The bellows provides a windowless EMI/RFI grounding shield for the connector.