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John R Tallis, John R Radzik, Ronald P Locati, Jason C Perry, Andrew J Kempf, Thomas G Macek: Post-less coaxial cable connector. Thomas & Betts International, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, July 18, 2000: US06089912 (179 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector includes a sleeve and a collar configured to receive the sleeve substantially therein, the sleeve is configured to receive a coaxial cable and has at least one slot extending longitudinally forming a plurality of sides, each side having at least one tooth for engaging a coa ...


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Fletcher W Chapin, David W Dranchak, David E Engle, Richard R Hall, Thomas G Macek: High density connector. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, October 29, 1991: US05061192 (142 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector for interconnecting a pair of circuit members (e.g., circuit module and printed circuit board) which assures highly reliable yet separable connections for these members. The connector includes an electrically insulative (e.g., plastic) frame which defines an internal opening ...


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Kishor V Desai, Thomas G Macek, Maganlal S Patel, Edwin L Thomas: High density, separable connector and contact for use therein. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, August 11, 1992: US05137456 (86 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector for interconnecting a pair of circuit members (e.g., printed circuit boards) wherein the connector includes a plurality of electrical contacts, these contacts including at least one semi-spherical end portion for engaging a respective conductor on one of the circuit members. ...


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Fletcher W Chapin, David W Dranchak, David E Engle, Richard R Hall, Thomas G Macek: High density connector. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, November 17, 1992: US05163834 (59 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector for interconnecting a pair of circuit members (e.g., circuit module and printed circuit board) which assures highly reliable yet separable connections for these members. The connector includes an electrically insulative (e.g., plastic) frame which defines an internal opening ...


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Raymond A Busacco, Chi S Chang, Fletcher W Chapin, David W Dranchak, Thomas G Macek, James R Petrozello, George J Saxenmeyer Jr, Rod A Smith: High density connector. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, September 28, 1993: US05248262 (43 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector for interconnecting a pair of circuit members (e.g., a circuit board and module), which, in one embodiment, includes a housing, at least one flexible circuit within the housing and a spring means attached to the flexible circuit at two spaced locations for exerting force agai ...


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Thomas G Macek, David J Stabile: Hardline CATV power connector. Thomas & Betts International, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, August 15, 2000: US06102738 (40 worldwide citation)

A power connector for a Cable Television (CATV) housing accepts two conductors at a first end. A first conductor, typically a power conductor is secured to a pin terminal of the connector. A second conductor, typically a ground conductor, is secured to the body of the connector. The connector is use ...


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William L Brodsky, Thomas G Macek, John J Squires: Connector assembly including bilayered elastomeric member. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, October 22, 1991: US05059129 (38 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector assembly including a bilayered elastomeric element of integral construction for providing effective contact force (pressure) between corresponding arrays of conductors located on two circuit members (e.g., one a flexible circuit and the other a more rigid, circuit board or ca ...


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William L Brodsky, James D Herard, Thomas G Macek, Timothy L Sharp, George J Shovlowsky: Circuitized structure including flexible circuit with elastomeric member bonded thereto. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, November 21, 1995: US05468917 (38 worldwide citation)

A circuitized structure including a flexible circuit with at least one layer of dielectric having a plurality of electrically conductive members (e.g., copper pads) thereon. An elastomeric member including a plurality of upstanding portions each having a respective metallic pad member thereon is uti ...


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David W Dranchak, David E Engle, David E Hessian, Alan D Knight, Wai M Ma, Thomas G Macek, John J Squires: Electrical connector utilizing flexible electrical circuitry. International Business Machine Corporation, March 13, 1990: US04907975 (25 worldwide citation)

An assembly for interconnecting two relatively rigid circuit cards using a flexible circuit for forming this connection is provided. The assembly includes a housing which has a first pressure exerting member which has the flexible circuit reeved therearound. Second and third pressure exerting member ...


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John G Baumberger, James R Bentlage, Fletcher W Chapin, Kishor V Desai, Alan D Knight, Thomas G Macek: Electrical connector alignment and actuation assembly. International Business Machines Corporation, Calfee Halter & Griswold, November 9, 1993: US05259781 (15 worldwide citation)

A connector assembly has a plurality of electrical circuit members and interposer frames with resilient contact members pressed together by a centrally located actuation screw. The actuation screw is supported within a threaded hole in an actuation bar on one side of one of the circuit members. Turn ...