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Richard S Wagman, Mark E Conner, Gerry J Harvey, Thomas J Nestor: Method for use of mesh type cable pulling grips. Siecor Corporation, J David Abernethy, July 28, 1992: US05133583 (22 worldwide citation)

A method for the use of contractile pulling grips for cables in which a portion of the outer jacket of the cable is removed and the contractile grip is applied over one or more cable strength elements.


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Mark E Conner, Kenneth F Dunn Jr: Fiber optic terminals, systems, and methods for network service management. Corning Cable Systems, June 2, 2015: US09049500 (9 worldwide citation)

Fiber optic terminals, systems, and methods for providing differentiated network services to subscribers of a fiber optic network are disclosed. In certain embodiments, fiber optic terminals and methods are disclosed for providing more than one network service to subscribers supported by the same fi ...


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Mark E Conner: Fiber optic network architecture having optical connection terminals in series arrangement. Corning Cable Systems, December 8, 2015: US09207421 (6 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic network having a branch cable with a plurality of optical fibers optically coupled to a distribution cable, and first and second optical connection terminals connected in series is disclosed. The first optical connection terminal is adapted to receive a first segment of the branch cabl ...


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Mark E Conner: Methods of port mapping in fiber optic network devices. Corning Cable Systems, John H Vynalek, August 21, 2012: US08249450 (4 worldwide citation)

A method for port mapping a fiber optic network device is disclosed. The method comprises the steps of providing a first fiber optic network device and configuring the first fiber optic network device by disposing therein a first plurality of ports and a plurality of optical fibers optically coupled ...


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Mark E Conner, Gary B Schnick: Multi-level distributed fiber optic architectures. Corning Cable Systems, May 27, 2014: US08737837 (3 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic network having a multi-level architecture is disclosed. A first level of the fiber optic network comprises a first branch. The first branch comprises a plurality of first branch optical fibers optically coupled to a distribution cable and a first branch fiber optic network device. The ...


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Mark E Conner, Kevin L Strause: Port mapping for series connected fiber optic terminals. CORNING CABLE SYSTEMS, November 1, 2016: US09482840

Fiber optic cable assemblies and fiber optic terminals supporting port mapping for series connected fiber optic terminals are disclosed. In one embodiment, a fiber optic cable assembly is provided. The fiber optic cable assembly includes a fiber optic cable having a plurality of optical fibers dispo ...


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Mark E Conner, David R Kozischek, Frances D Carter, Daniel A Nolan, William J Miller, William T Sawyer: Adjustable optical tap. Corning Cable Systems, C Keith Montgomery, December 1, 2009: US07627214

An adjustable optical tap for adjusting input power, output power and drop power in a communications network includes an enclosure having a plurality of connector assemblies being configured for interconnecting input and output cables; a cover attachable to the enclosure, the cover including a plura ...


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Julie A Burnett, Mark E Conner, Eric S Quinby: Polarity checking apparatus for multi-fiber connectors. Corning Cable Systems, Michael E Carroll Jr, March 9, 2010: US07674048

A polarity checking apparatus for multi-fiber connectors includes a body, a diverging lens attached to the body and a screen attached to the body, wherein the apparatus is configured to determine test and/or determine polarity of the multi-fiber connector. The screen may be translucent or may be opa ...


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Mark E Conner: Optical connection terminal having port mapping scheme. Corning Cable Systems, November 17, 2015: US09188759

A fiber optic network device for optically coupling a fiber optic distribution cable with a fiber optic drop cables is disclosed. Disposed within the fiber optic network device is a plurality of optical fibers optically coupled to the distribution cable. A plurality of ports opens into the fiber opt ...


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Mark E Conner, Ronald W Erskine, Kevin L Strause, Guadalupe Rodriguez Sanchez, Vicente Uribe Heredia: Multi-directional optical splice organizer. Corning Cable Systems, December 6, 2007: US20070280619-A1

A multi-directional splice organizer for attachment to an optical fiber splice tray, the splice organizer including a base and a plurality of guide studs arranged in a predetermined pattern to form splice channels for receiving, maintaining and routing optical fibers and optical splices there throug ...