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Harold G Hutter: One-piece crimp-type connector and method for terminating a coaxial cable. Allied Corporation, C D Lacina, R H Criss, August 4, 1987: US04684201 (168 worldwide citation)

A set of three annular ribs (44,46,48) disposed annularly around a crimp sleeve (28) are crimped radially inward about a coaxial cable (10) having a forward end portion (20) of its cable braid (16) exposed and folded backwardly, the ribs when crimped inwardly providing cable retention, electrical ci ...


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Harold G Hutter: Coaxial connector with gasketed sealing cylinder. Bunker Ramo Corporation, F M Arbuckle, P D Ertel, December 15, 1981: US04305638 (19 worldwide citation)

A coaxial connector for a coaxial cable of the type having an inner conductor encircled by an annular insulating layer, an outer conductor, and an insulating jacket has a metal body with a rear opening for receiving the cable. A rear clamp nut threadingly engageable with the rear opening moves axial ...


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Harold G Hutter, Dennis E Tarrant: Shielded modular connector for use with shielded twisted pair cable. Amphenol Corporation, Bacon & Thomas, October 27, 1987: US04702538 (18 worldwide citation)

The invention is a hermaphroditic modular connector. More specifically, the connector comprises a two-part modular housing which snaps together and which upon snapping together, effects connection of a twisted wire pair cable to a pair of insulation displacement contacts held within one part of the ...


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Harold G Hutter: Coaxial cable connector. Bunker Ramo Corporation, William Lohff, F M Arbuckle, December 25, 1979: US04180301 (17 worldwide citation)

A connector for joining ends of a pair of cables is disclosed. The connector includes first and second connector members each having a mating end with the mating end of the first connector member having an opening to receive the mating end of the second connector member. Means associated with the ma ...


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Harold G Hutter, August B Ramsland: Contact assembly incorporating retaining means. Bunker Ramo Corporation, Nicholas A Camasto, Frederick M Arbuckle, August 3, 1982: US04342496 (15 worldwide citation)

A connector for a cable having an inner element. The connector includes a support member having a cable-receiving opening at one end thereof. The support member has a passageway extending therethrough which communicates with the cable-receiving opening. The connector also includes a terminating memb ...


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Harold G Hutter, Leonard J Francis: Coaxial tap connector. Bunker Ramo Corporation, December 28, 1982: US04365859 (7 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector includes a connector body having a U-shaped alignment cavity configured for snugly receiving a coaxial cable and an elongate contact member extending into the cavity from a point disposed along the base thereof, the contact member being adapted for piercing an intact portion ...


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Harold G Hutter, Dennis E Tarrant: Shielded connector for shielded coaxial individual conductors of flat ribbon cable. Allied Corporation, Anibal Jose Cortina, May 5, 1987: US04662693 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a terminating connector for use with individual conductors of a shielded coaxial type flat ribbon cable assembly. A bushing is threaded onto the outer sheath of the individual conductors and holds a drain wire which is connected to a shield of the individual conductors betwe ...


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Harold G Hutter, David H Royce: Coaxial cable termination. Allied Corporation, Roger H Criss, May 12, 1987: US04664464 (6 worldwide citation)

A termination system in an electrical connector for coupling a coaxial cable to a terminal member. A strain relief component includes a crimpable portion for clamping onto the insulation surrounding the conductor of the coaxial cable and an outwardly projecting portion for capturing the drain wire o ...


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Harold G Hutter, Leonard J Francis: Coaxial tap connector. Bunker Ramo Corporation, January 25, 1983: US04370015 (4 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector includes a connector body having a U-shaped alignment cavity configured for snugly receiving a coaxial cable and an elongate contact extending into the cavity from a point disposed along the base thereof, the contact being adapted for piercing an intact portion of a coaxial c ...


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