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Perminder S Bindra, Jerome J Cuomo, Thomas P Gall, Anthony P Ingraham, Sung K Kang, Jungihl Kim, Paul Lauro, David N Light, Voya R Markovich, Ekkehard F Miersch, Jaynal A Molla, Douglas O Powell, John J Ritsko, George J Saxenmeyer Jr, Jack A Varcoe, George F Walker: Method of fabricating nendritic materials. International Business Machines Corporation, Daniel P Morris, Alvin J Riddles, February 9, 1993: US05185073 (82 worldwide citation)

A separable and reconnectable connection for electrical equipment is provided that is suitable for miniaturization in which vertical interdigitating members integrally attached and protruding from a planar portion are accommodated in control of damage in lateral displacement that occurs on mating wi ...


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Perminder S Bindra, Jerome J Cuomo, Thomas P Gall, Anthony P Ingraham, Sung K Kang, Jungihl Kim, Paul Lauro, David N Light, Voya R Markovich, Ekkehard F Miersch, Jaynal A Molla, Douglas O Powell, John J Ritsko, George J Saxenmeyer Jr, Jack A Varcoe, George F Walker: Separable electrical connection technology. International Business Machines Corporation, Daniel P Morris, Alvin J Riddles, August 11, 1992: US05137461 (73 worldwide citation)

A separable and reconnectable connection for electrical equipment is provided that is suitable for miniaturization in which vertical interdigitating members integrally attached and protruding from a planar portion are accommodated in control of damage in lateral displacement that occurs on mating wi ...


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Harold Kohn, Kishor V Desai, Ronald J Romanosky, George J Saxenmeyer Jr, Reinhold E Tomek, James R Webb: Electrical assembly with flexible circuit. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, April 6, 1993: US05199879 (66 worldwide citation)

An electrical assembly which includes a first circuit member (e.g., TCM) with at least one conductive pin projecting therefrom for being frictionally and electrically engaged by a flexible portion of circuit means of a second circuit member (e.g., PCB). An opening is provided within the PCB relative ...


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Raymond A Busacco, Fletcher W Chapin, David W Dranchak, Jaynal A Molla, George J Saxenmeyer Jr, Robert D Topa: Method of forming a conductive end portion on a flexible circuit member. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, August 24, 1993: US05237743 (52 worldwide citation)

A method of forming conductive end portions on a flexible circuit member having a dielectric layer (e.g., polyimide) with at least one conductive element (e.g., copper) thereon. The method comprises the steps of forming (e.g., punching) an opening through both dielectric and conductive element, prov ...


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Robert Babuka, Robert E Heath, George J Saxenmeyer Jr, Lewis K Schultz: Restorable backbond for LSI chips using liquid metal coated dendrites. International Business Machines Corporation, Saul A Seinberg, March 3, 1981: US04254431 (50 worldwide citation)

An improved arrangement for cooling a module packaged semiconductor integrated circuit chip having heat generating microcircuits thereon is disclosed. Enhanced cooling over prior art techniques is achieved by utilizing an interfacial layer of liquid metal alloy coated metallic dendrites, which layer ...


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Raymond A Busacco, Chi S Chang, Fletcher W Chapin, David W Dranchak, Thomas G Macek, James R Petrozello, George J Saxenmeyer Jr, Rod A Smith: High density connector. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, September 28, 1993: US05248262 (43 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector for interconnecting a pair of circuit members (e.g., a circuit board and module), which, in one embodiment, includes a housing, at least one flexible circuit within the housing and a spring means attached to the flexible circuit at two spaced locations for exerting force agai ...


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Donald F Eckler, John R Mankus, Francis J Ripp, George J Saxenmeyer Jr: Method and device for connection to wires in a flexible cable. International Business Machines Corporation, May 22, 1990: US04927387 (6 worldwide citation)

A method and connector device for connecting insulated wire cable to another device is provided. The connector device includes a housing having an array of bifurcated connector disposed in a preselected pattern. The cable wires are completely stripped of the insulation at locations corresponding to ...