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Andrew M Cherniski, Alisa C Sandoval: Suppressing EMI with PCB mounted ferrite attenuator. Hewlett Packard Company, September 26, 2000: US06125044 (66 worldwide citation)

A printed circuit board (PCB) assembly includes a PCB having and a ferrite attenuator. The PCB includes input/output signal paths for carrying signals to and from the PCB, power paths for conducting power to the PCB, and ground paths for connecting the PCB to a ground level. The ferrite attenuator s ...


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Stephan K Barsun, Bryan D Bolich, Alisa C Sandoval, Gregory S Meyer, Richard A Miner: Offset compensation system. Hewlett Packard Development Company, June 6, 2006: US07056144 (11 worldwide citation)

A computing system includes a circuit board, a first connector portion electrically connected to the circuit board, an electronic component and a plurality of resilient support members. The electronic component includes a first electronic device, a second connector portion electrically coupled to th ...


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Thomas J Clark, Alisa C Sandoval: Ejection system and method for on line removal of edge connector cards. Hewlett Packard Company, Denise A Lee, January 2, 2001: US06169662 (10 worldwide citation)

The card removal method and system easily removes a PCA card from a powered on computer system while minimizing damage to the computer system and to the individual removing the PCA. The printed circuit assembly card removal system is comprised of: an ejection card including at least a first ejector ...


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Alisa C Sandoval, Chris Womack, Gregory S Meyer: Cable connector riser. Hewlett Packard Development Company, September 21, 2004: US06793507 (7 worldwide citation)

A cable connector riser is provided configured to be positioned between a circuit board side of a receiving connector and a circuit board. The cable connector riser has a base portion having a thickness sufficient to provide clearance for a housing of a mating connector on a cable, the housing inclu ...


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Alisa C Sandoval, Andrew Michael Cherniski: Electromagnetic interference containment apparatus. Hewlett Packard Development Company, March 2, 2004: US06700799 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention is electromagnetic interference containment apparatus. In one embodiment, a layer of compressible material is disposed between an electromagnetic interference source and a bulkhead coupled to the electromagnetic interference source. The layer of compressible material has a firs ...


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Michael J Greenside, Alisa C Sandoval: Pre-loading latch. Hewlett Packard Development Company, November 28, 2006: US07140801 (1 worldwide citation)

A latch is designed to attain and keep full engagement of a sub-assembly in a chassis and to increase the reliability and longevity of connectors by increasing the chances that they remain fully engaged even in the presence of shock and vibration.


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Alisa C Sandoval, Gregory S Meyer: Method and cover assembly for protecting computer system interfaces. Hewlett Packard Development Company, March 29, 2005: US06872087

A circuit board assembly and a method for protecting and covering an interface opening of a connector. The circuit board assembly includes a bulkhead member having a bulkhead aperture, a circuit board having a connector with an interface opening and passing through the bulkhead aperture, and a cover ...


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Gregory S Meyer, Alisa C Sandoval: Circuit board assembly. Hewlett Packard Development Company, Hewlett Packard Company, March 17, 2005: US20050057907-A1

A circuit board assembly includes an electronic component, a circuit board, a first connector portion coupled to one of the electronic component and the circuit board, a second connector portion coupled to the other of the electronic component and the circuit board, a first alignment member coupled ...


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Michael J Greenside, Alisa C Sandoval: Pre-loading latch. Hewlett Packard Company, February 24, 2005: US20050042026-A1

A latch is designed to attain and keep full engagement of a sub-assembly in a chassis and to increase the reliability and longevity of connectors by increasing the chances that they remain fully engaged even in the presence of shock and vibration.


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Alisa C Sandoval, Chris Womack, Gregory S Meyer: Cable connector riser. Hewlett Packard Company, June 17, 2004: US20040116000-A1

A cable connector riser is provided configured to be positioned between a circuit board side of a receiving connector and a circuit board. The cable connector riser has a base portion having a thickness sufficient to provide clearance for a housing of a mating connector on a cable, the housing inclu ...