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John O Wright: Soldered connector for a shielded coaxial cable. GTE Products Corporation, William H McNeill, June 4, 1991: US05021010 (177 worldwide citation)

A connector for electrical and mechanical connection to a coaxial cable wherein an inner lead of the cable is soldered to a ferrule which forms part of the connector. The ferrule is fabricated from a strip of material which includes a stripe of solder which will be adjacent an outer surface of such ...


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John O Wright: Cable clamp apparatus. Osram Sylvania, William H McNeill, March 4, 1997: US05607320 (59 worldwide citation)

A conductive cable clamp is provided which may be attached to an end region of a coaxial cable in such a manner that a portion of the cable clamp penetrates the outer insulative jacket of the coaxial cable and contacts the ground wire braid of the coaxial cable. Such ground wire braid is severed at ...


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John O Wright: Low insertion force grommet. Osram Sylvania, William H McNeill, March 31, 1998: US05732440 (27 worldwide citation)

A grommet for securement in a suitable aperture existing in a wall. The aperture has a diameter and the grommet comprises a body having a first portion formed to be secured to a cable which has a diameter. A flexible, second portion defines a closed chamber when the grommet is fixed to the cable, th ...


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John O Wright: Folding trailer. Holman & Stern, December 7, 1982: US04362316 (27 worldwide citation)

A folding trailer is provided having a chassis supported by at least one pair of road wheels and a load bearing platform supported by the chassis, the load bearing platform being formed in two sections which are foldable between a first position in which the sections lie in a common plane and a seco ...


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John O Wright: Hermetically sealed chip carrier with ultra violet transparent cover. GTE Products Corporation, William H McNeill, May 19, 1992: US05115299 (26 worldwide citation)

A hermetically sealed chip carrier including a lead frame for use with an EEPROM chip, the carrier including a pre-molded plastic beam and an ultra violet transparent cover.


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John O Wright: Positive latch connector. Osram Sylvania, William H McNeill, February 4, 1997: US05599199 (25 worldwide citation)

A positive latch connector is provided which includes a first component which includes at least one resilient arm having a pin extending therefrom at a distal end thereof. A mating second component is provided which includes oppositely inclined adjacent first and second ramps which abut a latch groo ...


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John O Wright: Method of forming a two piece chip carrier. GTE Products Corporation, William H McNeill, May 14, 1991: US05014418 (22 worldwide citation)

A hermetically sealed chip carrier including a lead frame for use with an EEPROM chip, the carrier including a pre-molded plastic base and a metal cover having an aperture into which has been poured an ultra-violet glass window.


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John O Wright: Connector latch. Osram Sylvania, William H McNeill, July 4, 2000: US06083030 (22 worldwide citation)

A connector latch is provided which includes a connector housing which extends through an engagement member. The engagement member is movable from one end of the connector housing to the other end. When moved to one end, the engagement member cams flexible latch arms of the connector housing towards ...


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John O Wright: Connector module. Osram Sylvania, William H McNeill, August 20, 1996: US05547400 (21 worldwide citation)

A connector module is provided which includes a base which houses a metal shell, and a first metal connector such as a female connector, and a cover which encloses the metal shell and female connector relative to the base. The base includes projections which extend into apertures in a second metal c ...


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John O Wright, William Hyde: Trailers. Holman & Stern, July 16, 1985: US04529220 (19 worldwide citation)

A trailer comprising a load bearing section, a wheel carrying assembly and a draw bar. The load bearing section and the wheel carrying assembly are relatively displaceable between a conventional towing position (FIG. 1, FIG. 5) and a position in which the wheel carrying assembly supports the trailer ...