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Richard A Elco, David F Fusselman: Low cross and impedance controlled electric connector. Berg Technology, Daniel J Long, M Richard Page, April 21, 1998: US05741144 (147 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an electrical connector in which the conductive and dielectric elements are arranged in a composite I-beam shaped geometry in which the conductive element is perpendicularly interposed between two parallel dielectric and ground plane elements. Low cross talk and controlled impedance are ...


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Gwun Jin Lin, Chih Heng Chuo, Kuo Fu Su: Bundled flexible flat circuit cable. Advanced Flexible Circuits, Rosenberg Klein & Lee, October 28, 2014: US08872032 (144 worldwide citation)

A bundled flexible flat circuit cable includes a flexible substrate that forms at least one cluster section having an end forming at least one first connection section and an opposite end forming at least one second connection section. Both the first and second connection sections or one of the firs ...


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Won bong Choi, In kyeong Yoo, Jae uk Chu: Memory device utilizing carbon nanotubes. Samsung Electronics, Lee & Morse P C, March 21, 2006: US07015500 (126 worldwide citation)

A fast, reliable, highly integrated memory device formed of a carbon nanotube memory device and a method for forming the same, in which the carbon nanotube memory device includes a substrate, a source electrode, a drain electrode, a carbon nanotube having high electrical and thermal conductivity, a ...


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Chiharu Harayama: Flexible flat cable. Junkosha, Mortenson & Uebler, January 28, 1986: US04567321 (105 worldwide citation)

An improved, highly flexible flat multi-conductor electrical cable is provided, useful for example in robots wherein such cables may be flexed many times, comprising a plurality of conductor assemblies held in parallel relationship between layers of insulating coverings, the improvement comprising c ...


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Akira Tomita: Shielded electrical cable. AMP Incorporated, Adrian J LaRue, December 11, 1984: US04487992 (90 worldwide citation)

In an electrical cable comprising a plurality of conductors extending in a spaced parallel relationship in a common plane surrounded by outer layers of insulating material joined by web portions, certain conductors are surrounded by inner layers of insulating material which are in turn surrounded by ...


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Virgil T Bolick Jr, Kenneth W Brownell Jr, Michael W Elliott: Shielded flat communication cable. Brand Rex Company, David M Carter, November 6, 1984: US04481379 (89 worldwide citation)

There is provided an improved flat electrical communications cable which includes a plurality of coplaner pairs of elongated, insulated conductors. The pairs of conductors are embedded in a jacket which supports the cable and maintains the spacing among the conductors and pairs. The spacing between ...


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Timothy A Lemke: Cable having a corrugated septum. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, January 24, 1989: US04800236 (88 worldwide citation)

A cable structure in round or flat form is characterized by a corrugated septum disposed intermediate an inner and an outer sheath. The septum contacts the sheaths to define tubular envelopes extending axially along the length of the cable. Each of the envelopes is able to receive a predetermined nu ...


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William B Fritz, John R Hopkins: Multi-pair cable having low crosstalk. AMP Incorporated, Russell J Egan, April 10, 1979: US04149026 (85 worldwide citation)

An improved cable having low crosstalk characteristics is comprised of a pair of multi-conductor cable members laminated together with the pairs of wires of and between the respective cable members being so spaced as to effectively form a balanced capacitivebridge configuration. The conductors of th ...


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William J Brorein: Plural conductor communication wire. GK Technologies, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil Blaustein & Judlowe, August 21, 1984: US04467138 (84 worldwide citation)

A communication wire of flat construction has two or more pairs of communication gage polyolefin insulated wires, twisted along their length, disposed in groups on opposite sides and parallel to a conductive steel wire. The steel wire may be galvanized or copper clad. All of the foregoing are embedd ...


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Thomas M Soukup, Richard A Staley: Implantable lead. W L Gore & Associates, Wayne D House, November 14, 1995: US05466252 (80 worldwide citation)

An implantable lead for use with cardiac pacemakers, defibrillators and other long term implantable electrical devices intended for sensing or tissue stimulation, having a helically wound conductor with a surrounding tubular insulating layer of elastomeric material such as silicone or polyurethane a ...