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Robert D Hayward: Fitting for coaxial cable. Gilbert Engineering Co, Don J Flickinger, August 23, 1983: US04400050 (203 worldwide citation)

A fitting, especially adapted for electrical and mechanical connection to a coaxial cable having a jacket of noncompliant material with an antifriction surface, includes a tubular element having internal gripping means for mechanically engaging the jacket. The gripping means comprises a plurality of ...


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Spinner Georg: Coaxial cables. Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, February 12, 1974: US3792419 (6 worldwide citation)

A plug connector fitting for coaxial cable comprises contact lugs arranged to contact the bared outer sleeve conductor of the cable. The lugs are pressed radially inwards by cam faces on a sleeve of the fitting.


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Coaxial cables. Spinner Georg, February 23, 1973: FR2145499-A1

A plug connector fitting for coaxial cable comprises contact lugs arranged to contact the bared outer sleeve conductor of the cable. The lugs are pressed radially inwards by cam faces on a sleeve of the fitting.


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Arimune Masataka: Earth side terminal metal fitting for coaxial cable. Dx Antenna, January 16, 1998: JP1998-012298

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent the occurrence of contact failure of an outside conductor and an earth side terminal metal fitting even if an internal insulator of a coaxial cable is reduced in the volume by a secular change. SOLUTION: Tongue pieces 11 and 9 are respectively and protrusively arrang ...


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Yamamoto Yasuo, Shirayanagi Yoshikazu, Fujimoto Suketsugu: Earth side terminal fitting for coaxial cable and manufacture thereof. Dx Antenna, February 20, 1998: JP1998-050364

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent an earth contact failure due to an aged change of an insulator of a high-frequency coaxial cable. SOLUTION: A ring portion 19 of a ring 18 with seat is engaged with an outer skin 12 of a coaxial cable 11 processed at its tip end, and an outside conductor 13 is along ...