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Adam Murano: Secure fiber optic network cassette assembly. Ortronics, McCarter & English, March 24, 2009: US07509015 (52 worldwide citation)

Assemblies and methods for securing a fiber optic network cassette assembly are provided. A typical secure cassette assembly includes a cabinet adapted to be locked on both a front and rear side of the cabinet. Internally, a plurality of cassettes are placed on a cassette tray adapted to slide back ...


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Adam Murano, Chester H Rynaski: Horizontal fiber optic patching assembly. Ortronics, McCarter & English, April 13, 2010: US07697811 (51 worldwide citation)

Assemblies and methods are provided for facilitating fiber optic patching. More particularly, the assemblies and methods generally involve mounting fiber optic patch ports arranged along a horizontal plane with respect to a tray. The tray is movably positioned within a cabinet enclosure, e.g., in a ...


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Adam Murano, Chester H Rynaski: Hinge system for low-profile cabinet assemblies. Ortronics, McCarter & English, October 21, 2008: US07439453 (44 worldwide citation)

Hinge mechanisms that facilitates access to internal components associated with a cabinet, e.g., a fiber optic cabinet, are provided. The hinge mechanisms are adapted for use with a telecommunication cabinet that is of low profile design, e.g., 1U or 2U height. The hinge mechanisms accommodate a com ...


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Adam Murano: Patch panel for fiber optic network. Ortronics, McCarter & English, July 29, 2008: US07406240 (43 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure is related to an apparatus and method that enables fiber optic network installers to mount fiber optic connections in raised floor locations that would otherwise be unsuited to the task. The method and apparatus permit using a de facto standard raised floor enclosures to accom ...


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Adam Murano, Chester Rynaski: Secure fiber optic network keyed connector assembly. Ortronics, McCarter & English, June 24, 2008: US07390203 (37 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for securing a keyed fiber optic network assembly are provided. A typical network system includes an assembly having a security feature and adapted to facilitate fiber optic communication between two mating fiber optic connectors. The security feature is uniquely keyed to disenga ...


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Adam Murano: Positional differentiating connector assembly. Ortronics, McCarter & English, June 2, 2009: US07540667 (28 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure provides systems and methods for securing an information network through positional distinguishing of connectors and adapters. A communications connector system associated with the present disclosure includes at least a first patch cord connector assembly including a patch cor ...


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Stewart A Levesque, Lars R Larsen, Adam Murano, Gregg J Lafontaine: Angled patch panel assembly. Ortronics, McCarter & English, April 24, 2007: US07207835 (21 worldwide citation)

An angled patch panel is provided that is configured to be mounted to a rack or console. The angled patch panel facilitates cable management functions and enhances space utilization at and around the rack/patch panel assembly. The angled patch panel includes first and second patch panel elements tha ...


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Adam Murano: Work station outlet for behind-the-wall cable management. Ortronics, McCarter & English, June 13, 2006: US07059895 (19 worldwide citation)

A work station outlet is provided that is configured to be mounted to a wall or like structure. The work station outlet facilitates cable management functions, enhances space utilization at and around the work station outlet relative to the wall during cable installation and any subsequent cable add ...


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Maureen M Lein, Adam Murano: Cross-linking top coat for metallic island coating systems. Textron Automotive Company, Grossman Tucker Perreault & Pfleger PLLC, July 9, 2002: US06416847 (17 worldwide citation)

A metallized article and method for making the article, including a substrate having a polyurethane basecoat disposed thereon, with a layer of electrically discrete metallic islands of a corrosion prone metal disposed on the basecoat. A cross-linked polyurethane topcoat, containing an aminosilane, i ...


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Adam Murano, Chester Rynaski: Secure fiber optic network keyed connector assembly. Ortronics, McCarter & English, May 19, 2009: US07534115 (11 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for securing a keyed fiber optic network assembly are provided. A typical network system includes an assembly having a security feature and adapted to facilitate fiber optic communication between two mating fiber optic connectors. The security feature is uniquely keyed to disenga ...