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Frank Velleca, John A Siemon: Patch panel system. The Siemon Company, Cantor Colburn, March 20, 2007: US07193422 (115 worldwide citation)

A patch panel system including a patch panel having a first outlet including a first conductive tab and a device having a second outlet including a second conductive tab. A patch cord has a first plug having a first screen for contacting the first tab and a second plug having a second screen for con ...


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John A Siemon, Michael A Cantor: Modular jack patching device. The Siemon Company, Fishman Dionne & Cantor, January 12, 1993: US05178554 (85 worldwide citation)

A novel patching device comprises discrete modules, each having a unitary molded housing which incorporates a pair of standard female modular jacks on a front face thereof. A rear face of the housing includes retaining means for retaining a printed circuit board having circuitry associated therewith ...


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Denny Lo, John A Siemon: Reduced crosstalk modular outlet. The Siemon Company, Fishman Dionne Cantor & Colburn, August 11, 1998: US05791943 (80 worldwide citation)

A modular outlet having reduced crosstalk is presented. The modular outlet of the present invention comprises a connector housing which supports a plurality of contacts and a termination cap mated to the housing for terminating a plurality of wires at one end of the contacts. The contacts are positi ...


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Robert C Carlson Jr, John A Siemon: Multimedia outlet. The Siemon Company, Fishman Dionne Cantor & Colburn, October 14, 1997: US05676566 (46 worldwide citation)

The multimedia outlet of the present invention exhibits a combination of form and function. The outlet provides six openings for various telecommunicating connectors that provide for up to 12 ports of mixed media or up to 24 fiber optic ports. Also, provided is a cable management arrangement complyi ...


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John A Siemon, Randy J Below, Brian Celella, James A Frey, Maxwell K Yip, Vinicio Crudele, Joseph M Favale, Marc J Pardee: Modular connector with reduced termination variability. The Siemon Company, Cantor Colburn, October 20, 2009: US07604515 (45 worldwide citation)

A telecommunications connector assembly including a cable having a first pair of twisted wires and a second pair of twisted wires; a first connector having a first substrate having a first termination area, the first pair of twisted wires being electrically terminated on a first side of the first su ...


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Robert C Carlson Jr, John A Siemon: Multimedia outlet. The Siemon Company, Cantor Colburn, September 7, 1999: US05947765 (44 worldwide citation)

The multimedia outlet of the present invention exhibits a combination of form and function. The outlet provides six openings for various telecommunicating connectors that provide for up to 12 ports of mixed media or up to 24 fiber optic ports. Also, provided is a cable management arrangement complyi ...


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Brian Tulley, Denny Lo, John A Siemon, Art Bauer: Modular outlet employing a door assembly. The Siemon Company, Cantor Colburn, January 25, 2000: US06017229 (43 worldwide citation)

An outlet door assembly that is retainable in both an open and a closed position is presented. In accordance with the present invention, the door comprises a pair of mounting arms having inwardly extending protrusions which are received in notches for retaining the door in the closed and open positi ...


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John A Siemon, Christopher H Cox: Cross connect frame for communication connector blocks and other devices. The Siemon Company, Fishman Dionne & Cantor, August 6, 1996: US05542549 (42 worldwide citation)

A lightweight extremely versatile cross-connect frame and associated stand-off brackets are presented. This cross-connect frame comprises few components with integrally designed hole patterns to retain communication connector blocks and other standard products that require the dimensions of an EIA s ...


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John A Siemon, Michael J Gesmondi, Robert C Carlson Jr, Conrad L Ott: Cable management enclosure. The Siemon Company, Fishman Dionne Cantor & Colburn, September 8, 1998: US05804765 (40 worldwide citation)

A cable management enclosure for providing neat, organized installation of cable (such as fiber optic or copper) and providing easy access to the cable for maintenance. The cable management enclosure provides an area for managing cabling at the work area (an area located close in proximity to the st ...


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John A Siemon, Brian Reed: Wire termination block. The Siemon Company, Fishman Dionne & Cantor, October 23, 1990: US04964812 (39 worldwide citation)

A wire connecting system which includes a pair of mating connectors for effecting electrical cross connections between a first set of of conductors and a second set of conductors is presented. The two mating connectors are known by the terms "wiring block" and "connecting block" wherein the wiring b ...