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Robert M Yandrofski, John C Price, Frank Barnes, Allen M Hermann, James F Scott: Tuneable microwave devices incorporating high temperature superconducting and ferroelectric films. December 5, 1995: US05472935 (170 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to ferroelectric and superconducting thin films used in combination to produce low-loss passive microwave and millimeter wave devices which are frequency tuneable. Various metal oxide superconducting and ferroelectric thin films can be deposited in numerous multilayer geometri ...


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Shinya Nishikawa: Foamed-polyolefin-insulated wire. Sumitomo Electric, Smith Gambrell & Russell, May 29, 2001: US06239377 (168 worldwide citation)

An insulated wire including a conductor having a diameter of 1 mm or less and a foamed-polyolefin insulation layer of 2 mm or less in thickness, the insulation layer having an equivalent dielectric constant of less than 1.45 and a sidewall-pressure deformation of 20% or less. The polyolefin used is ...


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Sianesi Dario, Fontanelli Renzo: Perfluorinated polyethers and process for their preparation. Montecatini Edison, May 23, 1972: US3665041 (163 worldwide citation)

New polyether oligomers, homopolymers and copolymers consisting only of carbon, fluorine and oxygen atoms, having only perfluoralkyl terminal groups, and containing no peroxidic oxygen. Prepared by reacting polyether which contains reactive terminal groups and, optionally, peroxidic oxygen with fluo ...


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Gwo Chuan Tzu, Salvador P Umotoy: Lid assembly for a processing system to facilitate sequential deposition techniques. Applied Materials, Moser Patterson Sheridan, April 12, 2005: US06878206 (162 worldwide citation)

A lid assembly for a semiconductor processing system is provided. The lid assembly generally includes a lid having a gas manifold mounted on a first side and a baffle plate mounted on a second side. The gas manifold is configured to deliver a plurality of gases to a plenum defined between the baffle ...


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Mitchell A Cotter, John A Taylor: Electrically optimized hybrid “last mile” telecommunications cable system. Khamsin Technologies, Mark D Wieczorek, May 29, 2001: US06239379 (161 worldwide citation)

A cable system is provided which can accommodate electrical and optical cabling. The conductors of the system employ a layer which is impedance-matched to space, decreasing their cross-section to electromagnetic interference. The conductors of the system also employ a layer which symmetrizes electro ...


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Dieter Gerth, Friedrich Schatz, Cornelius van Hove: Moisture-proofing electrical cable. Kabelmetal Electro, Ralf H Siegemund, August 9, 1983: US04398058 (161 worldwide citation)

Three stranded-together, insulated conductors are enveloped in a rubber-elastic, inner sleeve on which sits a corrugated twin tube arrangement of an inner copper tube and an outer steel tube. The corrugations seal the interior in a bulkhead-like fashion.


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Ergin Atalar, Ogan Ocali: Enhanced safety coaxial cables. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Arnold B Silverman, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, September 4, 2001: US06284971 (159 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable which may be a magnetic resonance imaging coaxial cable is designed for enhanced safety so as to reduce the risk of excessive heating or burns to a user. The cable has an elongated axially oriented inner conductor and an axially oriented outer shield conductor in spaced relationship ...


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Robert F Bradley: Electrical conductivity-enhancing and protecting material. Micro Circuits Company, Marmaduke A Hobbs, March 25, 1986: US04578215 (159 worldwide citation)

A material for enhancing the conductivity and protecting electrical contacts, the material having two basic components. The first basic component normally serves to limit corrosion between the contacts and to suspend and suitably distribute the second, or conductive component. This first component, ...


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Kidd David Alan, The Robert Geoffrey, Toms James Edward: Improvements in or relating to electrical conductors for alternating current. Central Electr Generat Board, July 19, 1967: GB1076772-A (158 worldwide citation)

A magnetic alloy used in construction of an electrical conductor (see Division Hl) has a basic temperature between 0 DEG C. and 20 DEG C. and a composition nickel 35.23%, chromium 10.8%, silicon 1.05% and remainder iron.


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Robert Kenny, Stuart Reeves, Keith Ford, John W Grosh, Spring Stutzman, Roger Anderson, David Wiekhorst, Fred Johnston: Cable with offset filler. ADC Incorporated, Merchant & Gould P C, February 12, 2008: US07329815 (157 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to cables made of twisted conductor pairs. More specifically, the present invention relates to twisted pair communication cables for high-speed data communications applications. A twisted pair including at least two conductors extends along a generally longitudinal axis ...