1
Leonard S Buchoff, Joseph P Kosiarski, Chris A Dalamangas: Conductive elastomeric contacts and connectors. Technical Wire Products, Littlepage Quaintance Murphy & Dobyns, July 27, 1976: US03971610 (172 worldwide citation)

Contacts of electrically conductive elastomers, integrally fixed to conductors by bonding or molding in place, are situated to contact, with little resistance, mating electrical conductors and elastically deform under the contacting forces to seal the mated conductor surface thereby inhibiting corro ...


2
Leonard S Buchoff, Chris A Dalamangas: Multi-conductor probe. Technical Wire Products, Littlepage Quaintance Murphy & Dobyns, November 16, 1976: US03992073 (97 worldwide citation)

A multi-conductor probe, having a probe end adapted to contact a body to be probed, consists of a first element of electrically insulative elastomer and a plurality of elements of electrically conductive elastomer contiguously bonded to the first element such that each of the electrically conductive ...


3
Leonard S Buchoff, Joseph P Kosiarski, Chris A Dalamangas: Method of making electrically conductive connector. Technical Wire Products, Littlepage Quaintance Murphy & Dobyns, September 28, 1976: US03982320 (63 worldwide citation)

A connector for electrically connecting sets of spaced electrical conductors is made by assembling, alternately in parallel relationship, sheets of electrically conductive material and sheets of electrically non-conductive material into a block structure, slicing from the block, in a plane perpendic ...


4
Leonard S Buchoff: Self-mounted chip carrier. Elastomeric Technologies, Ratner & Prestia, July 23, 1991: US05033970 (7 worldwide citation)

A self-mounted chip carrier having a surface which contains the integrated circuit. This surface has a contact pad metallized area for contacting the integrated circuit. The self-mounted chip carrier is secured to a mating surface and aligned so that the pads on the chip carrier are aligned with the ...


5
Andrew H Strange, Arthur Millay, Leonard S Buchoff, Steven K Mac Innes, Daniel W Rassier: Woven mesh interconnect. Thomas & Betts International, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, April 24, 2001: US06222126 (5 worldwide citation)

An electrical interconnect includes a woven mesh in which an array of parallel wires is retained in spaced relation by a transverse array of nonconducting strands, the mesh being enclosed or encased within a resilient matrix. The conductive wires are on a close pitch to yield greater current carryin ...