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Guy Castonguay, Donnie Ray Clapp Jr, Brent Michael Frazier, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, Diana Rodriguez, Steven Ross Sims, Antwan Joco ques Works: Fiber optic splice trays. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, October 26, 2010: US07822310 (61 worldwide citation)

There is provided splice trays and splice assemblies that provide convenient access to optical fiber slack within a relatively small area or volume. Some splice trays are adapted for use with microstructured optical fibers to further reduce the size of the splice tray or splice assembly. Some splice ...


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Guy Castonguay, Donnie Ray Clapp Jr, Terry Dean Cox, Thomas Shaw Liggett, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, Diana Rodriguez: Fiber optic drop terminals for multiple dwelling units. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, March 3, 2009: US07499622 (54 worldwide citation)

There is provided fiber drop terminals (“FDTs”) and related equipment for providing selective connections between optical fibers of distribution cables and optical fibers of drop cables, such as in multiple dwelling units. The FDTs require relatively little area and/or volume while providing conveni ...


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Jason Cameron Payne, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, Howard Clark Schwartz: Strain relief insert. Corning Cable Systems, Adam R Weeks, April 29, 2014: US08707515 (3 worldwide citation)

A strain relief device for securing three radially arrayed flat cables coming into a closure includes a body having three armatures extending radially. Each armature includes at least two cantilevered segments extending from the at least one armature in opposing directions. At least one cable may be ...


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Julian Bautista Flores, Joshua David Henley, Jose Martinez Sanchez, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, David Kimondo Waruiru: Terminal assemblies, end cap assemblies, and fiber optic enclosures incorporating the same. Corning Research & Development Corporation, Robert L Branham, January 15, 2019: US10180553

Fiber optic enclosures, terminal assemblies, end cap assemblies, and methods of sealing fiber optic enclosures are disclosed. The terminal assembly of a fiber optic enclosure may include an input fiber sealing assembly and an output fiber sealing assembly. The input fiber sealing assembly may includ ...


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Thomas Alban Dellinger, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, John Joseph Stillwell: Enclosure with combined strain relief and grounding. Corning Optical Communications, Robert L Branham, May 29, 2018: US09983377

An enclosure for telecommunication cables includes a body that defines an interior of the enclosure, a grounding base secured relative to the body, and at least one strain relief assembly having a strain relief member and grounding member that are jointly coupled to the grounding base. Related metho ...


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Guy Castonguay, Donnie Ray Clapp, Terry Dean Cox, Thomas Shaw Liggett, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, Diana Rodriguez: Fiber optic drop terminals for multiple dwelling units. Corning Cable Systems, August 28, 2008: US20080205843-A1

There is provided fiber drop terminals (“FDTs”) and related equipment for providing selective connections between optical fibers of distribution cables and optical fibers of drop cables, such as in multiple dwelling units. The FDTs require relatively little area and/or volume while providing conveni ...


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Guy Castonguay, Brent Michael Frazier, Donnie Ray Clapp, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, Diana Rodriguez, Steven Ross Sims, Antwan Jocoques Works: Fiber optic splice trays. Corning Cable Systems, August 28, 2008: US20080205844-A1

There is provided splice trays and splice assemblies that provide convenient access to optical fiber slack within a relatively small area or volume. Some splice trays are adapted for use with microstructured optical fibers to further reduce the size of the splice tray or splice assembly. Some splice ...


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Guy Castonguay, Donnie Ray Clapp JR, Terry Dean Cox, Thomas Shaw Liggett, Karyne Poissant Prevratil, Diana Rodriguez: Fiber Optic Drop Terminals for Multiple Dwelling Units. Corning Incorporated, June 11, 2009: US20090148119-A1

There is provided fiber drop terminals (“FDTs”) and related equipment for providing selective connections between optical fibers of distribution cables and optical fibers of drop cables, such as in multiple dwelling units. The FDTs require relatively little area and/or volume while providing conveni ...