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Norman R Birch, Nathan J Norris: Sealed coaxial connector. The Whitaker Corporation, William B Noll, March 22, 1994: US05295864 (202 worldwide citation)

The invention hereof relates to an improved Type "F" connector, where the contact and ground interfaces are sealed from the outside environment. The connector comprises a connector body, a dielectric insert to be received within the connector body, where the insert includes a generally uniform centr ...


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Randall R Henry, William P Moyer: Mini-UHF snap-on plug. The Whitaker Corporation, William B Noll, October 10, 1995: US05456611 (166 worldwide citation)

This invention in its preferred embodiment, is directed to a miniature UHF type plug, more particularly to a female, snap-on coaxial cable connector for use with radio-frequency and other transmission lines, where such connector is electrically connectable to a male, receptacle connector, typically ...


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Carl G Reed: Method for producing contact shorting bar insert for modular jack assembly. The Whitaker Corporation, William B Noll, January 4, 1994: US05274918 (139 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is directed to a method of manufacturing a shorting bar insert for placement in a modular jack assembly to provide for the selective shorting of predetermined contacts during periods of nonelectrical engagement, with a modular plug, such as for an 8 position miniature modular jack in ...


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Donald R Neal, Carl G Reed, Clifford F Lincoln, Julian J Ferry: Communications connector terminal arrays having noise cancelling capabilities. The Whitaker Corporation, William B Noll, November 8, 1994: US05362257 (132 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to electrical connector terminal arrays, having interference canceling characteristics that meet or exceed the performance requirements of Category 5 components. The arrays are suited for producing connectors of the type for mounting to a printed circuit board. The connectors ...


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David C Johnson, Robert M Renn, Keith L Volz, Frederick R Deak: Computer docking system. The Whitaker Corporation, William B Noll, May 10, 1994: US05310358 (106 worldwide citation)

A computer docking system (10, 10') has a computer (11, 11') provided with a guide housing (12, 12') within which a device (13, 13') is slidably inserted. In one embodiment, the device (13) carries a pair of manually-releasable spring-loaded latches (24, 25) pivotally mounted thereon about respectiv ...


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Randy G Simmons, Riley K Barker, Ronald D Sizemore: Shielded printed circuit card holder. The Whitaker Corporation, William B Noll, August 16, 1994: US05339222 (99 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to a fully shielded printed circuit (PC) card holder, that may be readily "snapped" into the assembly, or disassembled, as the case may be. The holder is intended to receive a PC card, where at least one end of the card is adapted to be electrically connected to an I/O typ ...


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Robert W Baker, James D Hutchinson: Breakaway electrical connector. AMP Incorporated, William B Noll, January 14, 1992: US05080600 (91 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector assembly is shown having two connector members. The first connector member is a shell having electrical terminals mounted therein. The shell can be fixedly mounted to a base. The second connector member includes a body portion (20) which includes a second plurality of termina ...


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Edward K Marsh, Riley K Barker: Memory card and connector therefor. The Whitaker Corporation, William B Noll, July 19, 1994: US05330360 (90 worldwide citation)

Input/output memory cards for use with computers and computer-related equipment. The cards (10) comprise connectors (40) adapted to mate with a printed circuit board (30) interfacing data from the printed circuit board to an outside environment which will utilize the memory card, lateral receiving p ...


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Warren A Bates, David C Johnson, Keith L Volz: Impedance controlled elastomeric connector. AMP Incorporated, William B Noll, November 9, 1993: US05259770 (90 worldwide citation)

An impedance controlled elastomeric connector (10) includes signal contacts (30) and ground contacts (40) with leads (32, 42) and a ground plane (25) formed of conductive foil (24) laminated to a dielectric and insulating film (18) folded around an elastomeric core (12) with the signal, ground spaci ...


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Yoshitsugu Fujiura: Shielded electrical connector and latch mechanism therefor. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, William B Noll, Bruce J Wolstoncroft, June 13, 1989: US04838808 (86 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector comprises a dielectric housing (3) having an electrical contact assembly (7) as part of a connecting section (2) for electrical connection with a complementary electrical connector. Latch members (4, 4') are mounted in the housing (3) and extend along respective sides of the ...