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Dobbin Donald Patrick, Fritsch Charles Anthony, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Encapsulating compound and closure. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, Graves C E, April 22, 1975: US3879575 (134 worldwide citation)

Articles, and particular telephone splices, are protectively encased in a material consisting of a low viscosity oil gelled by a block copolymer such as styrene-iosprene-styrene. Addition of polyethylene to the blend reduces the yield shear stress in the gelled compound and also advantageously suppl ...


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Kaufman Stanley, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Method and material for reclaiming waterlogged telephone cable and the like. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, May 15, 1973: US3733426 (14 worldwide citation)

In-service PIC telephone cable that has become water-logged in places is reclaimed dielectrically by pumping in an aromatic solvent oil containing cross-linking agents that will gel the oil in a predetermined period preferably of the order 24 hours. A nongelling prepurgent miscible with both water a ...


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Kaufman Stanley, Lutchansky Milton, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Waveguide structure utilizing compliant continuous support. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, July 24, 1973: US3748606 (3 worldwide citation)

A waveguide structure is formed by supporting a waveguide section within a section of conduit by a low modulus continuous support material such as oil extended rubber which fills the space between the waveguide and conduit. This continuous support material eliminates distortions from weight loading ...


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Chapin John Thomas, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Encapsulating compound and articles comprising same. American Telephone & Telegraph, June 25, 1986: EP0185058-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A polyurethane-based cable splice encapsulant further comprises about 25-70% b.w. ester plasticizer, and, optionally, no more than 35% b.w. diluents, preferably less than 15% b.w. diluents, and has a cure time of at least 50 minutes at 25%. The relatively long cure time, together with other properti ...


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Chan Maureen Gillen, Connole Kent Brian, Dougherty Timothy Stephen, Dye Karen Dee, Kaufman Stanley, Kuck Valerie Jeanne, Loan Leonard Donald, Nelson Edward Dennis, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Metallic transmission medium disposed in stabilized plastic insulation.. American Telephone & Telegraph, December 1, 1993: EP0572253-A2

An insulated conductor (20) for use in a communication cable which includes a filling material (30) includes a copper conductor (25) and a composite insulation system (27) comprising two concentric layers of insulation. An inner foam layer (28) of the insulation comprises a cellular plastic material ...


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Chapin John Thomas, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Compose dencapsulation, et articles encapsules dans ledit compose, Encapsulating compound and articles comprising same. American Telephone And Telegraph Company, KIRBY EADES GALE BAKER, November 5, 1991: CA1291841

ENCAPSULATING COMPOUND AND ARTICLES COMPRISING SAME Abstract A polyurethane-based cable splice encapsulantfurther comprises about 25-70% b.w. ester plasticizer, and,optionally, no more than 35% b.w. diluents, preferably lessthan 15% b.w. diluents, and has a cure time of at least 50minutes at 25%. Th ...


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Chan Maureen Gillen, Connole Kent Brian, Dougherty Timothy Stephen, Dye Karen Dee, Kaufman Stanley, Kuck Valerie Jeanne, Loan Leonard Donald, Nelson Edward Dennis, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Medium de transmission metallique dispose dans un isolant en plastique stabilise, Metallic transmission medium disposed in stabilized plastic insulation. Loan Grace I, American Telephone And Telegraph Company, KIRBY EADES GALE BAKER, February 4, 1997: CA2096995

An insulated conductor (20) for use in a communication cablewhich includes a filling material (30) includes a copper conductor (25) and acomposite insulation system (27) comprising two concentric layers ofinsulation. An inner foam layer (28) of the insulation comprises a cellularplastic material (28 ...


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Chapin John Thomas, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Encapsulating compound and articles comprising same. American Telephone & Telegraph Company, HIRSCH A E Jr, January 3, 1986: WO/1986/000166

A polyurethane-based cable splice encapsulant further comprises about 25-70% b.w. ester plasticizer, and, optionally, no more than 35% b.w. diluents, preferably less than 15% b.w. diluents, and has a cure time of at least 50 minutes at 25%. The relatively long cure time, together with other properti ...


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Chapin John Thomas, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Elastomeric controlled release formulation and article comprising same. American Telephone & Telegraph Company, HIRSCH A E Jr, November 6, 1986: WO/1986/006252

Means for the sustained release of an active agent into the environment comprise an elastomeric matrix and the active agent contained in the matrix. The matrix material has a modulus between about 10?4¿ Pa and about 10?8¿ Pa at 23?o¿C, and a glass transition temperature less than 0?o¿C. The matrix c ...


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Chapin John Thomas, Sabia Raffaele Antonio: Elastomeric controlled release formulation and article comprising same.. American Telephone & Telegraph, May 20, 1987: EP0221950-A1

Means for the sustained release of an active agent into the environment comprise an elastomeric matrix and the active agent contained in the matrix. The matrix material has a modulus between about 104 Pa and about 108Pa at 23 DEG C., and a glass transition temperature less than 0 DEG C. The matrix c ...