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James A Register, Samuel D Nave, James B Dameron, Donald K Hall, Louis A Barrett: Composite fiber optic cable. Siecor Operations, Timothy J Aberle, April 11, 2000: US06049647 (168 worldwide citation)

A composite cable for use in indoor or indoor/outdoor applications having a fiber optic core section includes at least one optical fiber. The composite cable includes a conductor and water blocking section, the conductor and water blocking section having a set of conductors providing mechanical stre ...


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Louis A Barrett: Composite cable. Siecor Corporation, Timothy J Aberle, June 29, 1999: US05917977 (164 worldwide citation)

A composite cable (10) includes a core section (12), a tensile strength section (20), a conductor and water blocking section (30), an armor tape (50), and an outer jacket (60). Core section (12) includes at least one fiber optic conductor (14), and conductor and water blocking section (30) includes ...


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William C Hurley: Optical fiber ribbon fan-out cables. Siecor Operations, Timothy J Aberle, February 6, 2001: US06185352 (150 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic fan-out cable having optical sub-units. The optical sub-units are disposed about a central member, at least some of the optical sub-units each respectively comprising a sub-unit jacket, strength fibers, and at least one respective optical fiber ribbon therein. The optical fiber ribbon ...


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Johannes M Broeksteeg: Shielded back plane connector. The Whitaker Corporation, Eric J Groen, Timothy J Aberle, August 30, 1994: US05342211 (129 worldwide citation)

A shielded back plane connector is disclosed comprising a header assembly and a daughter board connector. The daughter board connector includes an upper and lower shield where the upper and lower shields include stamped windows thereby forming passages for allowing structural ribs of the housing to ...


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Richard S Wagman, Larry W Field, Michael J Ott: Self-supporting fiber optic cable. Corning Cable Systems, Timothy J Aberle, April 8, 2003: US06546175 (84 worldwide citation)

A self-supporting fiber optic cable includes a messenger section having at least one strength and anti-buckling member enclosed within a jacket and a carrier section enclosed within a jacket that is joined to the jacket of the messenger section by a web. In a preferred embodiment of the present inve ...


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Johannes Ian Greveling, Matthew S Robinson: Fiber optic protective member with removable section to facilitate separation thereof. Siecor Corporation, Timothy J Aberle, October 19, 1999: US05970196 (74 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber carrier (10) having at least one protective member comprising a buffer tube (20). Buffer tube (20) has a removable section (30) removal of which permits separation of the buffer tube for access to optical fibers (42) in the tube. Buffer tube (20) may include an optical fiber ribbon ...


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Steven C Del Grosso, Larry K Shook Jr, Alan W Ugolini: Optical polarity modules and systems. Corning Cable Systems, Timothy J Aberle, July 6, 2004: US06758600 (67 worldwide citation)

An optical interconnection module having: an enclosure defining walls and a cavity within the walls for receiving and supporting optical fibers and connectors; an optical interconnection section formed in a wall of the module, the optical interconnection section having a multi-fiber connector with m ...


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Katharine Newton, Larry W Field, Eric R Logan: Fiber optic cable with ripcord. Siecor Corporation, Timothy J Aberle, July 11, 2000: US06088499 (65 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic cable (10) includes a cable core (20) and a sheath section (40). Interstitial assemblies (30) are disposed between cable core (20) and sheath section (40, at least one of the interstitial assemblies (30) includes a ripcord (38). Ripcord (38) is operative, upon application of a sufficie ...