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William V Carney, Carl Meyerhoefer: Optical fiber cable distribution frame and support. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, March 31, 1992: US05100221 (155 worldwide citation)

Adaptive racking and distribution frame systems for handling optical fiber cables and including racking sections with wall portions that can be replaced without removing the section or displacing cables in the section and further including housings with moveable shelves that can be adapted to hold o ...


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William V Carney, Carl Meyerhoefer: Optical fiber cable distribution frame and support. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, August 25, 1992: US05142606 (148 worldwide citation)

Adaptive racking and distribution frame systems for handling optical fiber cables and including racking sections with wall portions that can be replaced without removing the section or displacing cables in the section and further including housings with moveable shelves that can be adapted to hold o ...


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William V Carney: Connector block assembly. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, November 3, 1992: US05160273 (81 worldwide citation)

A connector block assembly for connecting closely spaced wired on which high frequency signals are present, contains pairs of spring finger connectors with electrically conductive shields between different pairs. Ground contacts are arranged to be engaged by an insert module in advance of its engage ...


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William V Carney: High frequency patch cord data connector. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, April 27, 1993: US05205762 (30 worldwide citation)

A patch cable assembly for making patch connections between connector blocks while protecting against cross talk and signal interference. The assembly includes a patch cable with transmit and receive conductors and a surrounding ground sheath and a printed circuit board insert at the end for inserti ...


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William V Carney, Robert Leary, Paul V DeLuca: Locking device for telephone subscriber plugs. Porta Systems, Charles E Temko, April 26, 1988: US04740168 (27 worldwide citation)

A device for providing security and environmental protection to an individual telephone subscribed pair having an appearance at a building entrance terminal. The device prevents unauthorized removal of an R.J. 11 plug, and selectively closes the opening leading to a corresponding R.J. 11 jack. In on ...


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Paul V DeLuca, William V Carney: Telephone connector block apparatus. Porta Systems Corporation, Philip D Amins, March 15, 1977: US04012096 (23 worldwide citation)

An improved connector block comprises a molded main body portion having test pin and connection-effecting pin couplet fields orthogonally disposed therein. In service, as on a telephone central office main distributing frame, the block receives and terminates two wire groups (e.g., subscriber lines ...


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William V Carney: Electrical connector. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, July 12, 1994: US05328380 (18 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector for connecting together cables containing at least two twisted wire pairs which transmit and receive different electrical signals, The connector has an electrically conductive shield between pairs of connector elements which are respectively connected to the different twisted ...


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William V Carney: Connector block and connector block assembly with offset contacts. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, March 29, 1994: US05297970 (17 worldwide citation)

An elongated electrically insulative connector block (12) contains internal spring finger electrical conductors 78 arranged in sets in adjacent cells (C.sub.1, C.sub.2, ... C.sub.n) which are arranged in a line, with adjacent cells being mutually offset in a direction transverse to the line; and a c ...


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Paul V De Luca, William V Carney, Michael Fasano: Telephone line surge protecting device. Porta Systems Corporation, Charles E Temko, March 30, 1976: US03947730 (16 worldwide citation)

A line voltage surge protecting device for telephone systems which normally include means for grounding excessive currents caused by lightening and the like. The device includes a gaseous discharge element which becomes conductive when the voltage in the line being protected momentarily exceeds a pr ...


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Helmuth Neuwirth, Carl H Meyerhoefer, William V Carney: Gas tube fail safe device for telephone protector modules. Porta Systems, Charles E Temko, June 25, 1991: US05027100 (16 worldwide citation)

A gas tube fail safe device for use in individual subscriber circuit telephone mmodules and related equipment, in which a fusible element is adapted to by-pass the conductive function of the gas tube in the event of gas tube failure. In one embodiment the construction provides for the fusing of the ...