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Stephen C Aldous, Guy M Dake: Systems for connection of physical/electrical media connectors to computer communications cards. Megahertz Corporation, Workman Nydegger & Jensen, February 2, 1993: US05183404 (259 worldwide citation)

A communications card capable of being mounted in electrical communications with a computer has formed therethrough an aperture so sized and shaped as to be capable of receiving a physical/electrical media connector. The media connector has a biased retention clip, a contact pin block, and contact p ...


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D Scott Beckham, Greg A Putnam, Lorraine Bolt, Stephen C Aldous, Guy M Dake, James B Henrie: Media connector interface for use with a PCMCIA-architecture communications card. Megahertz Corporation, Workman Nydegger & Jensen, August 16, 1994: US05338210 (81 worldwide citation)

A communications card cap of being mounted in electrical communication with a laptop computer has formed therethrough an aperture so sized and shaped as to be capable of receiving a physical/electrical media connector. In use, a media connector is inserted directly into the aperture in the communica ...


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Stephen C Aldous, Guy M Dake: Media connector interface for use with a PCMCIA-architecture communications card. Megahertz Corporation, Workman Nydegger & Jensen, August 9, 1994: US05336099 (81 worldwide citation)

A communications card capable of being mounted in electrical communications with a computer has formed therethrough an aperture so sized and shaped as to be capable of receiving a physical/electrical media connector. The media connector has a biased retention clip, a contact pin block, and contact p ...


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Stephen C Aldous, Guy M Dake: Media connector interface for use with a thin-architecture communications card. Megahertz Corporation, Workman Nydegger Seeley, August 20, 1996: US05547401 (42 worldwide citation)

A communications card capable of being mounted in electrical communications with a computer has formed therethrough an aperture so sized and shaped as to be capable of receiving a physical/electrical media connector. The cross-section of the media connector is greater than the thickness of the commu ...


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Stephen C Aldous, Guy M Dake: Media connector interface for use with a thin-architecture communications card. Workman Nydegger & Seeley, March 17, 1998: US05727972 (27 worldwide citation)

A communications card capable of being mounted in electrical communications with a computer has formed therethrough an aperture so sized and shaped as to be capable of receiving a physical/electrical media connector. The cross-section of the media connector is greater than the thickness of the commu ...


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D Scott Beckham, Greg A Putnam, Lorraine Bolt, Stephen C Aldous, Guy M Dake, James B Henrie: Media connector interface for electrical apparatus. 3Com Corporation, Workman Nydegger & Seeley, May 13, 2003: US06561824 (16 worldwide citation)

An electrical apparatus has an aperture block either retractably mounted or detachably mounted thereto. The aperture block has an aperture extending therethrough. The first end of a contact wire is disposed within the aperture while the opposed second end of the contact wire is coupled to the intern ...


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Stephen C Aldous, Guy M Dake: Media connector interface for use with a PCMCIA-architecture communications card. 3Com Corporation, Workman Nydegger & Seeley, October 6, 1998: US05816832 (14 worldwide citation)

A communications card capable of being mounted in electrical communications with a computer has formed therethrough an aperture so sized and shaped as to be capable of receiving a physical/electrical media connector. The media connector has a biased retention clip, a contact pin block, and contact p ...


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Stephen C Aldous, Guy M Dake: Media connector interface for use with electrical apparatus. 3Com Corporation, Workman Nydegger & Seeley, August 17, 1999: US05938480 (7 worldwide citation)

An aperture block is retractably or removably mounted to an electrical apparatus. The aperture block has an aperture extending therethrough. The aperture is configured to removably receive a physical/electrical media plug so that opposing ends of the media plug freely project from opposing side of t ...


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