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Terry P Bowen, Charles D Hoover, Gilbert D Ferdon, Robert G Harwood: Light transmitting fiber cable connector. AMP Incorporated, Gerald K Kita, Egan Russel J, September 11, 1979: US04167303 (92 worldwide citation)

An improved connector is disclosed for interconnecting a plurality of fiber optic cables with a like plurality of fiber optic cables or optical devices, the fibers of the cables being accurately positioned within the respective connectors. The subject connector can be used for either splicing or ter ...


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Robert G Harwood, Terry P Bowen: Connector ferrule for terminating optical fiber cables. AMP Incorporated, Gerald K Kita, Russell J Egan, February 5, 1980: US04186999 (36 worldwide citation)

An improved ferrule is disclosed for use in connectors terminating cables including at least one optical fiber. The ferrule is made, at least in part, from materials having an index of refraction approximating that of the cladding on the optical fiber of the cable, which cladding must be removed in ...


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Terry P Bowen, Charles D Hoover, Gilbert D Ferdon, Robert G Harwood: Method of accurately positioning fiber cables within ferrules. AMP Incorporated, Gerald K Kita, Russell J Egan, November 18, 1980: US04233724 (26 worldwide citation)

An improved connector is disclosed for interconnecting a plurality of fiber optic cables with a like plurality of fiber optic cables or optical devices, the fibers of the cables being accurately positioned within the respective connectors. The subject connector can be used for either splicing or ter ...


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Leon T Ritchie, Robert G Harwood: Laminated connector. AMP Incorporated, Russell J Egan, January 20, 1981: US04245876 (24 worldwide citation)

A connector is disclosed which is made from a plurality of electrical contacts, each of which is a resilient spring, spaced along a continuous web of insulative material which serves to locate the contacts in desired positions and provides an insulation back or cover for the contacts. The method and ...


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