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Kenneth W Brownell, Sterling A Vaden: Low cross talk electrical connector system. Superior Modular Products, Carter & Schnedler, April 5, 1994: US05299956 (288 worldwide citation)

There is provided an apparatus for reducing pair to pair cross talk which arises in electrical connectors due to closely spaced elongated parallel contacts. The cross talk which occurs within the connector is reduced by modifying certain circuit paths either inside or outside of the connector so tha ...


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Robert L Fisher Jr: Matable coaxial connector assembly having impedance compensation. AMP Incorporated, Anton P Ness, June 8, 1993: US05217391 (225 worldwide citation)

A coaxial connector assembly (10) includes a plug (40) and jack (140) having respective inner and outer conductors matable at a mating interface. The mating interface (MI) includes a plurality of regions A,B,C of mismatched impedance having varying axial lengths defined by diameter changes of said i ...


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Julian Robert Pharney, William Tracy Spitz: Connector cross-talk compensation. Lucent Technologies, December 23, 1997: US05700167 (202 worldwide citation)

A cross-talk compensaring circuit member for use with communications systems connector arrays. The circuit member comprises a wiring board on which are printed conductive paths for each of the leads of the several (usually four) pairs in a connector jack, and the board may accommodate several such j ...


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Ronald A Vaccaro: Connector for a conduit with an annularly corrugated outer casing. Amphenol Corporation, Bacon & Thomas, February 8, 1994: US05284449 (188 worldwide citation)

A connector for a conduit having an annular corrugated outer casing includes a clamping member which fits over an end of the casing, a ring split in one place along its circumference which fits into a corrugation trough, a housing having a conically bevelled clamping surface for engaging an inner su ...


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Joseph C Gaver Jr, James C Jorgenson: Manually installable coaxial cable connector. LRC Electronics, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, November 19, 1991: US05066248 (188 worldwide citation)

A manually installable coaxial cable connector comprises a housing sleeve, a connector body, a locking ring, and a center post which co-act to permit installation of the connector on both coaxial cable and an interface port, without the use of any installation tool. Cable outer jacket retention is e ...


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William J Down: Longitudinally compressible coaxial cable connector. Gilbert Engineering, Don J Flickinger, Robert A Parsons, Parsons & Associates, June 11, 1996: US05525076 (182 worldwide citation)

A connector (20, 90) for securing the end of a coaxial cable (30, 140) to a selected device in a cable transmission system includes an outer member (40, 60, 92), a coupling member (23, 107) attached to an end thereof, and a securement means for mechanically and sealably engaging coaxial cable (30, 1 ...


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Collins Brian Stuart: Coaxial connectors. C & S Antennas, Woodward William R, October 28, 1975: US3915539 (165 worldwide citation)

In a coaxial connector, the outer shell and back nut are injection mouldings of synthetic, non-conductive material. A metal sleeve in the shell provides electrical continuity for the outer conductor. The end of the sleeve projects slightly to abut and make connection to the outer conductor of a seco ...


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Stephen B Schieferly: Snap-in retention system for coaxial contact. AMP Incorporated, David L Smith, February 5, 1991: US04990104 (161 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention, an electrical connector 20 has a dielectric housing for receiving at least one coaxial contact 60. The housing has at least one coaxial contact receiving passage 48 and a pair of tines 50 extending angularly toward the profile of each other into the profile ...


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Stokes Danny Burton: Coaxial cable connectors. The United States of America represented by the United States Energy, Carlson Dean E, Koch John A, October 7, 1975: US3910673 (157 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector of the type wherein one connector is suitable for a group of cables having the same nominal size and impedance characteristics. Clamping force is applied on the outer conductor of the cable in the radially inward direction upon fastening the backshell to the body of the con ...


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Uno Nilsson: Shielded connector assembly for coaxial cables. Molex Incorporated, A A Tirva, April 27, 1993: US05205761 (156 worldwide citation)

A shielded connector assembly is provided for a coaxial cable which includes a center conductor with an insulating layer thereabout, a conductive shield and an outer insulating covering. A non-conductive body is provided for receiving an end of the coaxial cable with the conductive shield exposed. T ...