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Randall A Holliday: Coaxial cable connector for CATV systems. John E Reilly, September 16, 1997: US05667405 (189 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector for connecting a coaxial cable to a terminal port wherein a connector sleeve assists in retaining an end of the coaxial cable, and a coupling member between the sleeve and the port draws the sleeve into flush engagement with an end of the port, an improved sealing device is ...


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Randall A Holliday: End connector for coaxial cable. John E Reilly, March 26, 1996: US05501616 (188 worldwide citation)

An end connector for coaxial cables having inner and outer spaced concentric sleeves, the outer sleeve having axially spaced endless sealing rings along its inner wall surface portion adjacent to one end to which the end of the coaxial cable is inserted, and axially spaced serrations or gripping edg ...


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Randall A Holliday: End connector fitting with crimping device. John E Reilly, January 26, 1999: US05863220 (180 worldwide citation)

An end connector fitting for splicing electrically conductive members, such as, coaxial cables together includes splicing devices which are threaded onto opposite ends of the fitting to cause deformable sleeve portions at opposite ends of the fitting to be crimped into sealed engagement with each el ...


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Randall A Holliday: End connector and crimping tool for coaxial cable. John E Reilly, July 18, 2000: US06089913 (179 worldwide citation)

A fitting for connecting a coaxial cable to a terminal or to another coaxial cable is made up of a connector body, an outer sleeve extending from one end of the connector body for insertion of an end of the cable, and a crimping member is loosely connected to the outer sleeve and has a tapered annul ...


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Randall A Holliday, Shen Chia Wong: Watertight end connector for coaxial cable. Pro Techtor International Services, November 14, 2000: US06146197 (173 worldwide citation)

An end connector for coaxial cable which is composed of a thimble, an outer sleeve, a grip nut and a taper jacket; wherein the thimble having a first flange and a first extension part. The outer sleeve is installed outside of the thimble and has a body and a second extension part, between the first ...


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Randall A Holliday: Modular connector assembly for coaxial cables. John E Reilly, July 29, 1997: US05651699 (172 worldwide citation)

A terminal connector assembly for connecting coaxial cables to a selected device, such as, a cable television is made up of an adaptor and socket in press-fit relation to one another with an end connector at one end of the adaptor having endless sealing rings along an inner wall surface of an outer ...


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Randall A Holliday, Shen Chia Wong: Crimpable connector for coaxial cable. Randall A Holliday, John E Reilly, November 2, 1999: US05975949 (128 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable end connector for connecting a cable to a terminal has inner and outer spaced concentric sleeves, the outer sleeve provided with sealing rings which are formed out of the thickness of the outer sleeve along a crimping zone of the sleeve to minimize the crimping force required to crim ...


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Randall A Holliday: Thread lock for cable connectors. The Reilly Intellectual Property Law Firm P C, John E Reilly, Ellen Reilly, February 15, 2011: US07887354 (87 worldwide citation)

In a coaxial cable connector assembly, having a connector sleeve or retaining end of a coaxial cable and a coupling member between the sleeve and a terminal port to draw the sleeve into engagement with an end of the port, an internal locking device is made up of an annular groove formed along an int ...


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Randall A Holliday: Lengthwise compliant crimping tool. John E Reilly, September 25, 2001: US06293004 (69 worldwide citation)

A hand-held crimping tool is characterized by having an elongated body and a lever arm which is pivoted at one end to the body to actuate a plunger having a chuck and spring-loaded biasing member movable toward and away from a seat on a die portion into which a coaxial cable end can be inserted in f ...


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Randall A Holliday: Universal crimping connector. John E Reilly, December 14, 2004: US06830479 (60 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable TV connector is made up of one or more crimping members having inner tapered surface portions which are preassembled onto a crimpable sleeve member of a connector body, the sleeve having an external tapered portion into which the coaxial cable is inserted so that the crimping ring(s) ...