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Bernard R Tolmie, Robert H Wittemeyer: Electrical-optical hybrid connector. November 12, 2002: US06478625 (56 worldwide citation)

This invention relates generally to an extruded metal rectangular electrical connector housing making a novel electrical connector module configuration having a plurality of contacts. The rectangular connector has a plurality of contacts, with each contact being enclosed in a metal shield along the ...


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Bernard R Tolmie: Electrical connector system and method having optical and/or cooling capability. September 2, 2003: US06612857 (19 worldwide citation)

A rectangular connector assembly having a plurality of contacts, with each contact being enclosed in a metal shield along the contact length is disclosed. The assembly has a rectangular metallic housing that contains a plurality of contact channels through which the contacts are inserted. The contac ...


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Bernard R Tolmie: Hybrid connector system and method. November 23, 2004: US06821146 (15 worldwide citation)

A hybrid connector for transmitting different types of electrical signals, or both electrical and optical signals, is disclosed. The hybrid connector includes a metallic extruded housing having a plurality of connector channels formed therein during extrusion. The connector also includes an intermed ...


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Bernard R Tolmie: Extruded connector without channel insulating layer. January 2, 2007: US07156690 (14 worldwide citation)

An extruded metal connector that does not require an insulating layer in the channels is disclosed. Further an extruded metal connector that does not require and IPCB is also disclosed. The connector includes a metallic extruded housing having one or more connector channels formed therein during ext ...


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Bernard R Tolmie, Robert H Wittemeyer: Finished mass terminated end for a miniature coaxial ribbon cable and method of producing same. Tensolite Company, Thomas N Neiman, August 24, 1999: US05940963 (12 worldwide citation)

The finished mass terminated end for a miniature coaxial ribbon cable is comprised of coaxial ribbon cable having an overlayer of metallic materials soldered into position, adhesive tape end portions and the insulation required by the conductor. The method of producing the mass terminated miniature ...


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Bernard R Tolmie, Robert H Wittemeyer: Extruded metallic electrical connector assembly and method of producing same. September 4, 2001: US06283792 (8 worldwide citation)

This invention relates generally to an extruded metal rectangular electrical connector housing making a novel electrical connector module configuration having a plurality of contacts in densities of two millimeter (2 mm) on center or less. The rectangular connector has a plurality of contacts with e ...


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Bernard R Tolmie, Mark Haviland, Paul Smith: Method of providing ultrasound electrical impedance matching circuits. Vermont Electromagnetics, Thomas N Neiman Esq, June 3, 1997: US05636147 (3 worldwide citation)

The method of providing ultrasonic electrical impedance matching circuits is designed to provide the ability to analyze a large number of variable parameters in order to obtain a quick and simplified read out for the tuning of ultrasonic signals. This is done in order to evaluate these signals based ...


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Dryver R Huston, Bernard R Tolmie: Self-healing cable for extreme environments. University of Vermont and State Agricultural College, Opticus IP Law PLLC, August 4, 2009: US07569774 (2 worldwide citation)

Self-healing cable apparatus and methods disclosed. The self-healing cable has a central core surrounded by an adaptive cover that can extend over the entire length of the self-healing cable or just one or more portions of the self-healing cable. The adaptive cover includes an axially and/or radiall ...


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