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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
439583000 Having screw-threaded or screw-thread operated cable grip 85
439585000 Having crimpable metallic cable conductor grip 41
439582000 Adapted to secure cables perpendicular to one another or a cable perpendicular to coupling axis 24
439581000 Adapted to join cable conductors to different type conductors (e.g., to PCB conductors) 21
439579000 Having means for interconnecting outer conductors of three or more cables 8
439580000 For cable having three or more coaxial conductors 7
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20110201231ELECTRICAL SIGNAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes a metal locknut having an inner thread, an orifice defined and a retaining portion, an elastic cylindrical casing having a mounting base for fastening to the retaining portion of the locknut, a core tube inserted into the locknut and the cylindrical casing for receiving the center conductor and inner dielectric insulator of a coaxial cable and having a barbed flange for engaging the braided metal wrapper of the coaxial cable, a first tubular wall and a packing portion connected for engaging into the mounting base of the cylindrical casing, and a barrel mounted on the cylindrical casing and having a contracted inner wall portion adapted for compressing the cylindrical casing.08-18-2011
20130183857CONTINUITY MAINTAINING BIASING MEMBER - A post having a coaxial cable connector comprising a post, a coupling element configured to engage the post, and a connector body configured to engage the post and receive the coaxial cable, when the connector is in an assembled state, the connector body including: an integral body biasing element having a coupling element contact portion, and an annular groove configured to allow the integral body biasing element to deflect along the axial direction, wherein the integral body biasing element is configured to exert a biasing force against the coupling element sufficient to axially urge the inward lip of the coupling element away from the connector body and toward the flange of the post to improve electrical grounding reliability between the coupling element and the post, even when the post is not in contact with the interface port is provided. Furthermore, an associated method is also provided.07-18-2013
20130183858COAXIAL CABLE COMPRESSION CONNECTORS - Coaxial cable connectors. In one example embodiment, a coaxial cable connector for terminating a coaxial cable is provided. The coaxial cable includes an inner conductor, an insulating layer, an outer conductor, and a jacket. The coaxial cable connector includes an internal connector structure, an external connector structure, and a conductive pin. The external connector structure cooperates with the internal connector structure to define a cylindrical gap that is configured to receive an increased-diameter section of the outer conductor. The external connector structure is configured to be clamped around the increased-diameter section so as to radially compress the increased-diameter section between the external connector structure and the internal connector structure. The conductive pin is configured to deform the inner conductor.07-18-2013
200802614467-16 Coaxial flanged receptacles - A 7-16 flanged receptacle includes a tubular body including an outside thread and a fastener flange perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the tubular body. A central contact is mounted in the tubular body with an insulator being interposed between the central contact and an outer contact. The receptacle further includes a tubular metal part forming the outer contact mounted as a tight fit in an inside wall of the tubular body with limited ability to move longitudinally relative thereto.10-23-2008
20080261445Coaxial cable connector with gripping ferrule - A coaxial cable connector includes a connector body having a rearward cable receiving end, a locking sleeve movably coupled within the rearward cable receiving end of the connector body for locking the cable in the connector and a gripping ferrule disposed between the connector body and the locking sleeve. The gripping ferrule includes axially opposite gripping ends which move in a radially inward direction upon compression between the locking sleeve and the connector body to grip the outer surface of the cable.10-23-2008
20080261444Co-Axial Plug for a Co-Axial Plug-in-Connector - A housing coupler for a coaxial plug-in connector, particularly of the N-type, has a cylindrical housing (10-23-2008
20090191750Connector Assembly Having A Slider Element - A connector assembly is provided that has a plug end and a cable end and is configured to insert a plug that is coupled to a cable into a receiving module of an electrical device. The connector assembly includes an inner body that has a cable channel extending in an axial direction between the plug end and the cable end. The connector assembly also includes a slider element that is configured to hold a plug proximate to the plug end. The slider element is held by and movable along the inner body in an axial direction. The connector assembly further includes an outer housing that surrounds the inner body and the slider element. The outer housing is movable in the axial direction with respect to the inner body and the slider element, and the outer housing is also configured to attach to the electrical device.07-30-2009
20100081322Cable Connector - A cable connector configured to couple a cable to another connector or piece of video or audio equipment may include a connector body, a nut, an annular post and a biasing element. The connector body may include a forward end and a rearward end, where the forward end is configured to connect to the second connector and the rearward end is configured to receive a coaxial cable. The nut may be rotatably coupled to the forward end of the connector body and the annular post may be disposed within the connector body. The annular post may also include an annular notch located at the forward end of the connector body. The biasing element may be located in the annular notch.04-01-2010
20100081321CABLE CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable connector for coupling a coaxial cable to a mating connector includes a connector body having a forward end and a rearward cable receiving end for receiving a cable. A nut is rotatably coupled to the forward end of the connector body. An annular post is disposed within the connector body, the post having a forward flanged base portion disposed within a rearward extent of the nut, the forward flanged base portion having a forward face. A biasing element is attached to the forward flanged base portion of the post and includes a deflectable portion extending outwardly in a forward direction beyond the forward face of the post shoulder portion.04-01-2010
20100075534PICK AND PLACE SUPPORT CLIP FOR COMPONENTS WITH COMPLEX GEOMETRIES AND METHOD THEREOF - A component assembly (03-25-2010
20120244749RF RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR HAVING CENTRAL CONDUCTOR FIRMLY RETAINED WITH INSULATIVE HOUSING - An RF connector (09-27-2012
20120244747GROUNDING ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A grounding electrical connector includes: an inner sleeve and an outer sleeve coaxially positioned around the inner sleeve, the inner sleeve serving to receive the central conductor and the insulator of the cable, the outer sleeve serving to receive the external conductor and the skin of the cable, the inner sleeve having an outer flange, an interface section, a tapered section positioned between the outer flange and the interface section, and a rear end extension section; a nut having an inner flange positioned around the tapered section of the inner sleeve; and a C-shaped contact spring back and forth movably arranged around the tapered section of the inner sleeve in contact with the nut. The C-shaped contact spring is back and forth movable to keep the nut in contact with the inner sleeve so as to achieve good grounding effect.09-27-2012
20130084739COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector includes a lower insulating seat, having a housing cavity recessed from an upper surface thereof, and a receiving slot is located on one side of the housing cavity; a movable terminal, having a retained portion retained in the receiving slot, a pressed portion extended from the retained portion, a first soldering portion bent downwards and extended from the retained portion, and a first strip-connecting portion extended outwards from the retained portion and coplanar with the retained portion; and a fixed terminal, having a fixed portion embedded in the lower insulating seat and coplanar with the retained portion, a pressing portion extended from the fixed portion and urging against the pressed portion, a second soldering portion extended from the fixed portion, and coplanar with the first soldering portion, a second strip-connecting portion extends from the second soldering portion, and in different planes with the first strip-connecting portion.04-04-2013
20130084738Low Pressure Molded Strain Relief for Coaxial Connector Interconnection - A strain relief for a coaxial cable and coaxial connector interconnection is provided as an injection moldable polymer material surrounding the interconnection. The injection moldable material fills a solder pre-form cavity between an outer conductor of the coaxial cable and an inner diameter of a bore of the connector body, strengthening and environmentally sealing the interconnection.04-04-2013
20130078856Coaxial Connectors Including Conductive Anti-Friction Bearing Mechanisms and/or Locking Mechanisms and Related Methods - Coaxial connectors are provided that include a body assembly, an internally-threaded nut, and a conductive anti-friction bearing mechanism disposed between the body assembly and the nut. In some embodiments, the conductive anti-friction bearing mechanism may comprise a plurality of ball bearings that are configured to maintain an electrical connection between the body assembly and the internally-threaded nut.03-28-2013
20130040490CABLE CONNECTOR - There is provided a cable connector (02-14-2013
20100112852Axial Compression Connector - A coaxial connector with a connector body is provided with a connector body bore, an annular ramp surface proximate the cable end of the connector body and a connector body mounting surface proximate the cable end of the connector body. A back body is provided with a back body bore and a back body mounting surface proximate the connector end of the back body, the back body mounting surface dimensioned to couple with the connector body mounting surface via axial compression. A surface grip on an outer conductor section of the back body bore is dimensioned to grip an outer diameter of the outer conductor, whereby the outer conductor is retained within the back body bore during the axial compression. The surface grip may be applied, for example, as a helical burr or a grip ring with a gripping feature.05-06-2010
20090053930Coaxial cable connector with external clip - A coaxial cable connector is provided with an external clip that can be installed on location rather than in a factory. An adapter is also provided that can be shipped with connector for securing the external clip on the coaxial cable connector and the connector on a coaxial cable. A method for assembling the connector, the clip and the cable is also disclosed.02-26-2009
20100105246RF Terminator With Improved Electrical Circuit - An RF coaxial terminator includes an impedance match element mounted within a housing. The impedance match element includes a central conductive pin, a supportive element, a ring, and a resistor, wherein the resistor longitudinally extends in a direction that is not coaxial with the longitudinal axis of the central conductive pin.04-29-2010
20100041270Coaxial Connector - A coaxial connector includes an insulating body, a central terminal having a main rod comprising front and rear portions, and a housing. The front portion extends outwardly to form left and right wing-members. Wing-members can be bent to surround the front portion and to form a cylindrical contact. Each wing-member extends outwardly to form a sheet body. Tongue members are bendable to form fixing portions for fixing the insulating body by insert molding. The rear portion has fixtures for clamping the coaxial cable. The housing includes a plate member, a main portion for connecting one end of the plate member, and a cable-clamping member for connecting the other end of the plate member. The main portion has two supporting arms for clamping and holding the insulating body. Each supporting arm has a bottom fixture sheet. Side arms and the fixture members are bendable to fix.02-18-2010
20130029520HIGH FREQUENCY COAXIAL CABLE - A connector includes a conductive body with a central bore along a central axis. The body includes a mounting face for positioning adjacent a mounting surface of a circuit member and for removably engaging a reference pad of the circuit member. A center conductive contact includes a board engaging end for removably engaging a signal pad of the circuit member. An inner dielectric insert is positioned between the conductive body and the center conductive contact. The conductive body, the center conductive contact and the inner dielectric insert are configured to operate at a frequency of at least 40 GHz with a return loss of greater than 20 dB.01-31-2013
20130045627COAXIAL CABLE CONTINUITY CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable continuity connector comprising a connector body, a post engageable with connector body, wherein the post includes a flange having a tapered surface, a nut, wherein the nut includes an internal lip having a tapered surface, wherein the tapered surface of the nut oppositely corresponds to the tapered surface of the post when the nut and post are operably axially located with respect to each other when the coaxial cable continuity connector is assembled, and a continuity member disposed between and contacting the tapered surface of the post and the tapered surface of the nut, so that the continuity member endures a moment resulting from the contact forces of the opposite tapered surfaces, when the continuity connector is assembled, is provided.02-21-2013
20090042441COAXIAL PLUG CONNECTOR FOR A COAXIAL CABLE - A coaxial plug connector having a housing produced from an electrically insulating material, which is open at a plug end so that a mating coaxial plug connector can be inserted. An insertion area for the mating housing is provided. At a coaxial cable end, the housing has an axial opening for coaxial cable insertion. Inside the housing, an internal and external conductor elements for electrically connecting internal and external conductors of the coaxial cable, respectively, are provided. A snap-in mechanism is configured on the housing to fix the external conductor element in the housing in at least the axial direction. A sealing sleeve completely surrounds the external conductor element in the circumferential direction, and in the axial direction in at least an area that extends from a part of the housing at the coaxial cable end to the insertion area for the mating housing at the plug end. 02-12-2009
20130090008COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR STRUCTURE - A coaxial cable connector structure including a sleeve and an annular nut on the front end of the sleeve is disclosed, wherein an inner tube is disposed inside the sleeve for connecting the coaxial cable, and a spring is disposed on the bottom of the annular nut for the end surface of the connection base towards the annular nut to contact the spring and electrically connect the inner tube when the connection base is screwed into the annular nut, so that the coaxial cable connector structure can transmit signals when it is not completely screwed onto the connection base, and provide the effect of vibration suppression from the compressed spring having its two ends abutted against the bottom of the annular nut and the end surface of the connection base by the elastic restoring force when the connection base is completely screwed onto the connection base.04-11-2013
20090305559RF CONNECTOR HAVING IMPROVED COLLAR - The RF connector (12-10-2009
20130072057COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR WITH INTEGRAL RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE AND GROUNDING SHIELD - A coaxial cable connector for coupling a coaxial cable to an equipment port is disclosed. The coaxial cable connector comprises a tubular post, a coupler and a body. The coupler has a first end rotatably secured over the second end of the tubular post, and an opposing second end. The coupler includes a central bore extending therethrough. A portion of the central bore is proximate the second end of the coupler and adapted for engaging the equipment port. The body is secured to the tubular post and extends about a first end of the tubular post for receiving an outer conductor of the coaxial cable. A portion of at least one of the tubular post, the coupler and the body provides a spring-like force on the surface of at least one of the other of the tubular post, the coupler and the body to establish an electrically conductive path therebetween.03-21-2013
20130072058Antenna Interface for a Radio Receiver - The present invention provides an antenna interface. The antenna interface includes a socket and a plug. The socket includes a body and two coaxial cables, each having a core, a braid coaxial to the core, and an electric insulator between the core and the braid. Each coaxial cable extends between a first end connected to a printed circuit board of the receiver and a second end at which the braid is electrically connected to the body, and at which the core can be accessed through an opening made in the body. The plug includes a body and at least two contactors such that, when the plug and the socket are connected, each contactor is arranged opposite an opening such that the core of a respective cable is electrically connected to the contactor, and the braid of each cable is electrically connected to the body of the plug via the body.03-21-2013
20090093155COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR - An improved connector for coaxial cables includes a connector body, a compression sleeve and an attachment connecting the compression sleeve and the connector body. The attachment has a length defined to permit insertion of the compression sleeve into the connector body without having to detach the compression sleeve from the attachment.04-09-2009
20090269979CABLE CONNECTOR EXPANDING CONTACT - A coaxial cable connector includes a pin having a plurality of circumferentially spaced support arms, inward facing surfaces of the support arms defining a cavity. A shoulder is provided on the inward facing surfaces. A guide is axially received in the internal cavity, the guide having tabs at one and a radial flange at the other. An elastomeric cylindrical collar is disposed on the guide between the tabs and the flange. In a first position, the collar is axially uncompressed or axially partially compressed between the flange of the guide and the shoulders of the support arms. In a second position, the flange is positioned closer to the shoulders such that the collar is axially compressed between the flange and the shoulders to a shorter axial distance than in the first position and such that the collar is expanded radially outwardly to a greater amount than in the first position.10-29-2009
20130065434COMPRESSION TYPE COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR - An electrical connector for use with coaxial cables includes a deformable cylindrical casing and a slidably engaged shell.03-14-2013
20130065433COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR WITH RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE AND GROUNDING SHIELD - A radio frequency interference (RFI) and grounding shield for a coaxial cable connector is disclosed. The shield comprises a circular inner segment and at least one arcuately shaped pre-formed cantilevered annular beam attached to the circular inner segment by a joining segment. The at least one pre-formed cantilevered annular beam extends angularly from a plane of the circular inner segment. The at least one pre-formed cantilevered annular beam applies a spring-force to a surface of the surface of a component of the coaxial cable connector establishing an electrically conductive path between the components. The at least one pre-formed cantilevered annular beam comprises an outer surface with a knife-like edge that provides a wiping action of surface oxides on component surfaces of the coaxial cable connector and allows for unrestricted movement when the coaxial cable connector is attached to an equipment connection port of an appliance.03-14-2013
20110021072COAXIAL CABLE CONTINUITY CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable continuity connector comprising a connector body, a post engageable with connector body, wherein the post includes a flange having a tapered surface, a nut, wherein the nut includes an internal lip having a tapered surface, wherein the tapered surface of the nut oppositely corresponds to the tapered surface of the post when the nut and post are operably axially located with respect to each other when the coaxial cable continuity connector is assembled, and a continuity member disposed between and contacting the tapered surface of the post and the tapered surface of the nut, so that the continuity member endures a moment resulting from the contact forces of the opposite tapered surfaces, when the continuity connector is assembled, is provided.01-27-2011
20110021071COAXIAL ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH ANTI-WICK SYSTEM - A coaxial electrical connector includes a metallic shell having a tubular section with an axial direction and a soldering leg, a central contacts having a contacting section extending in the axial direction within the tubular section and a dielectric seat molded so as to hold together said metallic shell and the central contact as a unit. The metallic shell defines a filled groove around an inner face thereof and perpendicular to the axial direction. The filled groove is to receive a projection of the dielectric seat during a cool process of a molded process to form the coaxial electrical connector.01-27-2011
20110021070Coaxial Angle Connector and Related Method - A coaxial angle connector includes a pin having first and second ends, the first end being generally perpendicular to the second end. The pin is moveable from a first position to a second position in response to insertion of a coaxial cable into the connector and provides a positive visual indication of proper cable center conductor installation. The connector can also optionally include an coupling nut with a dual-grip surface.01-27-2011
20110021069THIN FORMAT CRUSH RESISTANT ELECTRICAL CABLE - A thin format crush resistant electrical cable that includes at least one bundle, having each bundle comprising a central conductor, an insulator that encapsulates the central conductor, a shielding that encapsulates the insulator, and a jacket that encapsulates the shielding wherein the jacket is crush resistant and thin format in cross section wherein a height of the jacket is smaller than a width of the jacket in cross-section and which enables a small bending radius. One or more embodiments include a small coaxial cable with width less than the jacket height in which the coaxial cable resides. Additional form fitting elements may be utilized as one or more additional bundles to provide for direction changes of the cable that may be implemented by bending the cable wherein the form fitting elements or wires maintain the form desired. The additional bundles may be conductive wire in any geometry.01-27-2011
20090233482Compression Connector For Coaxial Cable - A compression connector for smooth walled, corrugated, and spiral corrugated coaxial cable includes an insulator disposed within the body, wherein the insulator contains a central opening therein which is dimensioned smaller than a collet portion which seizes a center conductor of the coaxial cable. The connector also includes a clamp disposed inside the body as well as a compression sleeve assembly. An intermediate connector element includes a transitional surface which interacts with the clamp. When an axial force is applied to the compression sleeve, the clamp is forced by the transitional surface into the body, causing the clamp to squeeze onto an outer conductor layer of the coaxial cable. At approximately the same time, the collet portion is forced through the central opening of the insulator, causing the collet portion to squeeze onto the center conductor.09-17-2009
20120115359CABLE ASSEMBLY ADAPTED FOR POWER AND SIGNAL TRANSMITTING - A cable assembly (05-10-2012
20090011637Coaxial cable connector - A coaxial cable connector connects coaxial cables with each other is disclosed. The coaxial cable connector includes a tap terminal, a tap housing, a tap locking member, a receptacle housing, a receptacle terminal and a receptacle locking member. The tap terminal is connected to a first coaxial cable, and has a locking groove. The tap housing includes a protrusion fixedly held in the locking groove, and the tap terminal is inserted into the tap housing. The tap locking member is mounted on the tap housing to hold the tap terminal that is inserted into the tap housing. The receptacle housing is detachably coupled with the tap housing, and the receptacle terminal is inserted into the receptacle housing and connects the tap terminal with a second coaxial cable. The receptacle locking member is mounted on the receptacle housing to hold the receptacle terminal that is inserted into the receptacle housing.01-08-2009
20080318470Coaxial Connector with Built-In Capacitor - A coaxial connector with a built-in capacitor includes: a core wire connection terminal having, on a rear end thereof, a core wire connection portion for connecting thereto a core wire of a coaxial cable; an inner terminal having, on a tip end thereof, a fitted/connected portion fitted and connected to an other party's terminal; an insulator holding the inner terminal while covering an outer circumference of the inner terminal, and having a holding hole of the core wire connection terminal on a rear end thereof; a shield terminal having, on a tip end thereof, a cylindrical shell portion that covers an outer circumference of the insulator, and having, on a rear end thereof, a shield conductor crimping portion for crimping and connecting thereto a shield conductor of the coaxial cable; and an inner dielectric that is sandwiched between a tip end portion of the core wire connection terminal and a rear end portion of the inner terminal, and thereby composes a capacitor function portion while using, as opposite electrodes, the tip end portion of the core wire connection terminal and the rear end portion of the inner terminal.12-25-2008
20090124122Apparatus for Applying A Load - An apparatus for the application of a test load apparatus 05-14-2009
20110281461COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector including a first element, two metal joints, a first metal shell, a second metal shell, an elastic fixing member, and a pair of metal fixings. The first element includes a circuit substrate, a signal input terminal, a signal output terminal, and a grounding terminal and is sandwiched between the pair of the metal fixings. The elastic fixing member embraces the pair of the metal fixings. One end of each of the two metal joints contacts with the signal input terminal and the signal output terminal of the first element, respectively, and the other end thereof contacts with a signal terminal of the first metal shell and the second metal shell, respectively. The pair of the metal fixings each contacts with the inner conductor of the first metal shell and the second metal shell. The coaxial connector is applicable to different thicknesses of substrates, and is easy to assemble and disassemble.11-17-2011
20100029130Coaxial Connecting Element for the Microwave Band as Well as a Method for Its Production - A coaxial connecting element for the microwave range comprises a preferably bar-shaped inner conductor, which extends along an axis and is held concentrically in an outer conductor by means of at least one dielectric supporting element wherein the outer conductor has a plurality of radial slots extending in the axial direction distributed around the circumference in the region of the at least one supporting element. With such a connecting element, increased stability and precision as well as simplified production and fitting are achieved by virtue of the fact that the supporting element is designed to be integral.02-04-2010
20110130034COAXIAL CONNECTOR WITH INTEGRATED MOLDED SUBSTRATE AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A substrate structure is provided, the substrate structure comprising: a molded substrate located within a connector body of a coaxial cable connector and an electrical structure mechanically connected to the molded substrate. The electrical structure is located in a position that is external to a signal path of a radio frequency (RF) signal flowing through the coaxial cable connector.06-02-2011
20110300747PHONE PLUG CONNECTOR DEVICE - A phone plug connector device having a preassembled phone plug and connector, wherein the phone plug includes a conductive tip and a stem, wherein the connector connects the phone plug to a coaxial cable, wherein the coaxial cable comprises a center conductor surrounded by a first dielectric, the first dielectric being surrounded by a first conductive sheath, and the first conductive sheath surrounded by a protective outer jacket, wherein the connector connects the coaxial cable to the phone plug mechanically and electrically by compression.12-08-2011
20120289085SWITCH-EQUIPPED COAXIAL CONNECTOR - Occurrence of defective electrical connection caused by dust that has entered the interior through a corresponding insertion hole can be prevented well by a simple configuration. A through hole facing a corresponding insertion hole is formed to penetrate through a movable contact attached to an insulating housing, and two corresponding connector contact pieces are disposed respectively in both sides sandwiching the through hole. Thus, the dust that has entered the interior through the corresponding insertion hole opened when a corresponding connector is not mated is configured to be discharged through the through hole without accumulating the dust on the movable contact to reduce the risk that the electrical conductivity between the movable contact and the fixed contact may be disturbed by the dust.11-15-2012
20120289084SWITCH-EQUIPPED COAXIAL CONNECTOR - Instability of an electric connection state due to solder-wicking from a board connecting part of an electrically-conductive shell can be prevented with a simple configuration. A recessed part recessed toward a fixed contact and a movable contact is provided in the board connecting part of the electrically-conductive shell attached to an insulating housing. An excessive amount of a solder material or flux that is used at the board connecting part of the electrically-conductive shell and tries to rise along the wall surfaces of the board connecting part or the electrically-conductive shell is stored in the recessed part. The acting force of the rise is reduced by a reverse-tapered inclined surface constituting a wall surface of the recessed part. Furthermore, the length of the rise of the solder material and flux is extended by a curved wall surface of the recessed part. Thus, so-called solder-wicking is configured to be prevented well.11-15-2012
20120289083HIGH-VOLTAGE COAXIAL CABLE AND CONNECTOR - A high-voltage coaxial cable and a connector are provided. The connector includes inner connector electrode, a connector dielectric enclosing an inner connector electrode, and an external connector housing. The inside electrode of a connector is provided with a tapped hole in one side thereof. The tapped hole corresponds to the threaded single core of a high-voltage coaxial cable. The inside electrode of a connector is selectively assembled with and separated from the high-voltage coaxial cable by selectively screwing the threaded single core into and away from the tapped hole. The connector dielectric is formed along the circumferential surface of the inside electrode, and is provided with a coupling portion. The coupling portion couples the connector with another connector, and is formed to a preset depth in a corrugated shape. The connector housing is formed in a shape that surrounds the connector dielectric.11-15-2012
20120108103COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector comprises a receptacle having an engagement hole formed inside and a plug engaging with the receptacle along an engagement axis, wherein the receptacle includes an annular receptacle external contact of which an inner peripheral surface is exposed inside the engagement hole, and a receptacle central contact having a receptacle central contact portion exposed in a direction perpendicular to the engagement axis inside the engagement hole, wherein the plug includes a plug external contact engaging with the inside of the engagement hole of the receptacle so as to be in contact with the inner peripheral surface of the annular receptacle external contact, and a cantilever-shaped plug central contact having an extension extending in a direction perpendicular to the engagement axis and a plug central contact portion positioned so as to be in contact with the receptacle central contact portion inside the engagement hole.05-03-2012
20090186521LOCKING THREADED CONNECTION COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector includes a clamp nut dimensioned to fit over the outer conductor, the clamp nut having threads that mate with corresponding threads on the connector body. A clamp element is positioned between the clamp nut and a leading edge of the outer conductor. The connector body having an annular wedge surface dimensioned to mate with the leading edge of the outer conductor. The threads draw the clamp nut towards the connector body, to clamp the leading edge between the clamp element and the annular wedge surface. A surface-to-surface positive stop between the clamp nut and the connector body limits the compression force to a predetermined maximum by preventing further movement of the clamp nut towards the connector body. A thread lock is engaged as the positive stop is reached; the thread lock inhibiting unthreading of the clamp nut from the connector body.07-23-2009
20090291588SHIELD CONNECTOR - A shield connector for a shielded cable including a shielding conductor provided on an outer periphery of a core wire through an insulator, and a sheath covering an outer periphery of the shielding conductor, the shield connector includes an inner metal terminal which connects to the core wire of the shielded cable, a tubular resin sleeve which receives the inner metal terminal therein and has an opening portion, a tubular outer metal terminal which receives the resin sleeve therein, has an opening portion, and is adapted to be connected to the shielding conductor. A press-contacting blade is provided on the inner metal terminal, and is adapted to be brought into press-contacting connection with the core wire from an upper side through the opening of the outer metal terminal and the opening of the resin sleeve. A support wall is formed integrally with the resin sleeve, and is disposed adjacent to the press-contacting blade of the inner metal terminal in a state that the inner metal terminal is received in the resin sleeve. The support wall has a guide portion for guiding the core wire into a central slot of the press-contacting blade by contacting the core wire before the press-contacting blade contacts the core wire when the core wire is to be press-fitted into the central slot from the upper side.11-26-2009
20110287661HIGH DENSITY COAXIAL JACK - A coaxial switching jack with a pair of coaxial assemblies mounted within a housing having a pair of front cable connection locations is disclosed. The coaxial assemblies each include a center conductor and an outer shield conductor. The center conductors are connected by a first spring and the shell conductors are connected by a second spring. Insertion of a coaxial cable connector within one of the front cable connection locations deflects the springs from the corresponding coaxial assembly and disconnects the center and shell conductors of the two assemblies. The jack may also be configured to provide an electrical connection between the center and shell conductors of the second coaxial assembly if a coaxial cable connector is inserted within the first coaxial assembly. The connection between the center and shell conductors of the second coaxial assembly may be through a resistor assembly allowing for selection of a desired electrical impedance.11-24-2011
20110217870HIGH FREQUENCY PLUG CONNECTOR - An HF plug connector having an outside conductor part, and inside conductor part arranged within the outside conductor part and an end on the mating side that is designed for a plug-in connection to a complementary HF plug connector, wherein a housing made of an electrically insulating material, is arranged on the mating side end of the HF plug connector, at least partially surrounding the outside conductor part, wherein the housing exhibits a through-hole into which the outside conductor part engages. The outside conductor part has a first axial retaining element designed to a first predetermined section of the housing upon assembly on the outside conductor part and a second axial retaining element designed so that said second axial retaining element presses a second predetermined section of the housing together upon assembly on the outside conductor part.09-08-2011
20090081902COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A coaxial cable connector is provided, the connector comprising: a connector body; a physical parameter sensing circuit, positioned within the connector body; and a status output component, configured to report an ascertained physical parameter status to a location outside of the connector body. A corresponding method of ascertaining a physical parameter status of a connector connection is disclosed.03-26-2009
20090203255Mini-coaxial cable connector - A mini-coaxial cable connector includes a metal case having a cylindrical sleeve, two horizontally extended restricting arms, and a bendable clamping section having several pairs of clamping plates; an insulating seat having a hollow body located in the cylindrical body of the metal case, a holding-down strip, and a cable holder opposite to the holding-down strip and having the same length as that of the restricting arms for fitly locating in and between the restricting arms; and a contact terminal having two downward contact plates located in the hollow body and two horizontally staggered upward riveting plates for enclosing and riveting a center conductor of a coaxial cable. When the clamping section is bent, the pairs of clamping plates separately clamp around the cylindrical sleeve, the restricting arms, and the coaxial cable. And, the clamping plates clamping the restricting arms define a five-face damper having one open side.08-13-2009
20100112854EASILY-GRIPPED COAXIAL CONNECTOR ELEMENT - The present invention relates to a coaxial connector element with a body; at least one central contact mounted in the body with interposed insulation; a flexible sleeve receiving a coaxial cable and defining a grip portion for gripping by a user; and a hollow plug including a helical groove for coupling with a complementary connector element; wherein the plug and the sleeve form a single integral unit.05-06-2010
20100112853Insertion Coupling Coaxial Connector - A coaxial connector with a connector body is provided with a connector body bore. A grip ring is retained within the connector body bore, and an outer diameter of the grip ring abuts an annular wedge surface provided with a taper between a maximum diameter proximate the connector end and a minimum diameter proximate the cable end. The wedge surface may be provided directly on the connector body bore sidewall or alternatively on an inner diameter of a clamp ring coupled to the cable end of the connector body. An inner diameter of the grip ring is provided with a grip surface. A spring contact is retained within the connector body bore. The grip surface and an inner diameter of the spring contact are dimensioned to receive the outer conductor from the cable end there through and to then couple with an outer diameter of the outer conductor.05-06-2010
20090149064HIGH CURRENT COAXIAL CONNECTION WITH TWO PLUG ELEMENTS, AND GRADIENT COIL CONDUCTOR - A high-current coaxial connection with two plug elements that can be connected with one another, in particular to connect a current-carrying coaxial conductor to a gradient coil of a magnetic resonance apparatus, has a first and second coupling rings provided at the respective plug elements. The first coupling ring with a first thread is screwed onto one plug contact to be fixed to the plug element while the second coupling ring with a second thread that overlaps the first coupling ring, is screwed onto a mating thread section at the other plug element. Both coupling rings are rotationally locked relative to one another and the first thread and the second thread are different.06-11-2009
20090149063ELECTRICAL COAXIAL CONNECTOR - An electrical coaxial connector comprising a body made of insulator to be put on a circuit board, a signal-joining contacting conductor held by the body, and a grounding contacting conductor formed into a cylindrical shape and held also by the body for surrounding the signal-joining contacting conductor on the circuit board, wherein the grounding contacting conductor has an arm portion extending toward the circuit board from one of ring-shaped ends of the grounding contacting conductor, which is more distant from the circuit board than the other, a grounding terminal portion is formed at an end of the arm portion to be soldered to a ground-potential terminal provided on the circuit board, and each of the grounding contacting conductor and the arm portion is resilient.06-11-2009
20110201230CONNECTOR FOR COAXIAL CABLE HAVING ROTATIONAL JOINT BETWEEN INSULATOR MEMBER AND CONNECTOR HOUSING AND ASSOCIATED METHODS - A connector is to be attached to a coaxial cable. The connector includes a connector housing having a cylindrical shape to be coupled to the outer conductor. An insulator member has a central opening therein and is rotatably received within the connector housing to define a rotational joint therewith. A center contact has a shaft portion securely received within the central opening of the insulator member and an open end portion extending rearwardly from the shaft portion to securely receive the inner conductor therein.08-18-2011
20100087092CONNECTOR INCLUDING ISOLATED CONDUCTIVE PATHS - An apparatus includes a pair of connectors, two or more conductive paths formed in each connector in the pair of connectors, and a shroud encompassing at least a portion of the pair of connectors. The pair of connectors includes a first connector and a second connector. The first connector is substantially more flexible than the second connector, and each connector in the pair of connectors includes a bulkhead. Each of the two or more conductive paths in each connector in the pair of connectors is electrically isolated from all other conductive elements in the pair of connectors. The shroud is located between the bulkheads and disposed about the pair of connectors when the pair of connectors are coupled together electrically.04-08-2010
20100087090Inner Conductor Sealing Insulator for Coaxial Connector - An insulator for supporting an inner contact within a coaxial cable connector; the coaxial cable connector for coupling with a coaxial cable having an outer conductor and an inner conductor. The insulator formed as a monolithic dielectric body provided with a mounting portion proximate a connector end, the mounting portion dimensioned to seat within a connector body of the coaxial cable connector. A bore through the dielectric body dimensioned to seat the inner contact therein provided with an annular first seal groove in an inner diameter of the bore proximate a cable end, an inner conductor seal disposed in the first seal groove. The inner conductor seal dimensioned to seal between the insulator and the inner conductor when the inner conductor is coupled to the inner contact.04-08-2010
20100087091Electrical connector - An electrical connector includes an outer shell having a chamber formed in a housing, and having an engaging tongue for securing a coaxial cable to the outer shell, an insulating member engaged into the housing and includes a compartment and a socket opening for mounting a conductor terminal without special and predetermined machining or clamping devices, and the conductor terminal is engageable with an internal conductor of a coaxial cable, the conductor terminal includes a stationary contact blade and a pivot contact blade spaced from each other for engaging with the internal conductor of the coaxial cable and for allowing the internal conductor to be quickly coupled to the conductor terminal.04-08-2010
20100081324COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR WITH AN INTERNAL COUPLER AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A coaxial cable connector is provided, the connector includes: a connector body; a coupling circuit positioned within the connector body and configured to sense an electrical signal flowing through the connector; and an electrical parameter sensing circuit positioned within the connector body and configured to sense a parameter of the electrical signal flowing through the RF port.04-01-2010
20100081323HF HOUSING COUPLER AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - An HF housing coupler having a connector part connected to a housing is described, which has a connecting structure, via which a coaxial plug can be detachably connected to the connector part in a fixed manner.04-01-2010
20100081320L-SHAPED COAXIAL CONNECTOR AND THE MANUFACTURING METHOD - An L-shaped coaxial connector manufactured with a relatively small number of processes and a method of manufacturing the L-shaped coaxial connector are provided. A housing of the L-shaped coaxial connector is connected to an outer conductor. A bushing is attached to the housing. A socket is attached to the bushing, and the socket is insulated from the housing through the bushing. The housing includes a crimping portion. The crimping portion is bendable, in a state in which a part of the bushing is exposed, so that the crimping portion is in pressed contact with the bushing. The bushing is in pressed contact with the insulating film with a force from the crimping portion. The socket pierces the insulating film with a force from the bushing to connect to a center conductor of a coaxial cable.04-01-2010
20080207051Coaxial cable connector with independently actuated engagement of inner and outer conductors - A connector for the end of a segment of coaxial cable is provided wherein the compression connector includes a clamp that is engageable to the outer conductor of the segment of coaxial cable and a collet that can seize the center conductor of the cable, wherein the engagement of the outer conductor and the seizure of the center conductor can occur as separate steps and the center conductor can be prevented from being seized until after the outer conductor has been engaged.08-28-2008
20100093211Coaxial Cable Connector - A coaxial cable connector is provided with a generally tubular mandrel. An attachment element and a retainer are associated with the mandrel and a bushing is telescopically mounted on the retainer. The bushing is adapted for axial movement along the retainer to a closed position wherein the bushing biases a first portion of the retainer into sealing engagement with a seating surface on the exterior of the mandrel. The retainer is sufficiently translucent to permit visual observation of a cable inserted into the retainer.04-15-2010
20100093210COAXIAL ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial electrical connector is provided with a metallic shell, an insulator received in a hollow portion enclosed by the metallic shell, and a terminal member received in a through-hole of the insulator. The terminal member has a first gap for inserting a wire stock, while the insulator and the metallic shell are provided with a second gap and a third gap respectively for the wire stock to pass through. The terminal member includes a flat contact for supporting the wire stock, a fixing portion for fixing the terminal member in the through-hole of the insulator, and a connecting member having an inserting gap. The flat contact is formed with frictional stripes at the surface contacting with the wire stock, making the coaxial electrical connector possess a stronger holding force for the wire stock, and the ill contact caused by loose of the wire stock be prevented.04-15-2010
20090280681SQUARE RF ELECTRICAL CONTACT AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME - An electrical contact includes a female portion having a conductive sheath, a dielectric disposed within the conductive sheath, and a center conductor extending through the dielectric; and a male portion having a conductive sheath, a dielectric disclosed within the conductive sheath, and a center conductor extending through the dielectric. The female portion and the male portion are arranged to be engageable with one another. The conductive sheath, center conductor, and dielectric of each of the female portion and the male portion have a substantially square shape. Each of the center conductors of the female portion and the male portion includes a contact portion. The contact portions of the female and male portions are arranged to be engaged with one another when the female portion and the male portion are engaged with one another. The contact portion of each of the center conductors of the female portion and the male portion has a thickness of substantially half of a thickness of the remaining portions of the center conductors.11-12-2009
20090280682COAXIAL CONNECTOR HAVING AN INSULATIVE BRACKET - A coaxial connector (11-12-2009
20090042440Coaxial plug-in connector comprising a contact mechanism for electrical contact - A coaxial connector for insertion of a complementary coaxial connector, in which a switching mechanism having an electrical contact is arranged and formed in the coaxial connector that the electrical contact is closed when there is not a complementary coaxial connector inserted in the coaxial connector, and the electrical contact is open when there is a complementary coaxial connector inserted in the coaxial connector, the arrangement made so that the switching mechanism has a cylindrical first conductor part which may be expanded and/or compressed radially with elastic resilience, and which makes electrical contact with a second conductor part of the switching mechanism, the first conductor part arranged and formed that a complementary coaxial connector which is inserted in the coaxial connector expands the first conductor part radially or compresses it radially, thus breaking the electrical contact between the first conductor part and the second conductor part.02-12-2009
20110269340Reuseable Coaxial Connectors and Related Extraction Tools and Methods - Reusable coaxial connectors include a connector body, a contact post that is at least partly within the connector body, a compression sleeve that is configured to impart a compressive force to secure one or more elements of a coaxial cable between the connector body and the contact post when the compression sleeve is in a seated position, and an internally threaded rotatable nut that is attached to the connector body. The compression sleeve includes a first recess on an external surface thereof that is configured to receive a first member of an extraction tool that is used to move the compression sleeve from its seated position to an unseated position.11-03-2011
20080318469Connector assembly with gripping sleeve - A connector assembly includes an electrical connector and a sleeve. The electrical connector has opposite first and second ends. The first end is rotatable with respect to the second end and configured to couple to a mating connector. The second end is configured to terminate a cable. The sleeve is molded over the first end such that the sleeve is fixed to the first end, and the sleeve and the first end of the connector together rotate with respect to the second end of the connector. Also, the sleeve has an outer gripping surface.12-25-2008
20120295478CIRCUIT BOARD COAXIAL CONNECTOR - The invention relates to a coaxial connector (11-22-2012
20120295476COAXIAL CONNECTOR JACK WITH MULTIPURPOSE CAP - A 75 ohm MCX coaxial cable connector jack includes multipurpose metallic pin cap.11-22-2012
20090053928COAXIAL INSERTION CONNECTED CONNECTOR HAVING QUICK ACTION LOCKING MECHANISM - In a co-axial insertion-connected connector having quick-action locking mechanism, designed to receive a complementary insertion-connected connector, the connectors capable of connecting together by a coupling member belonging to the locking mechanism, and each having a center-conductor and an outer-conductor, a contact member being arranged in the co-axial insertion-connected connector such that when the connectors are plugged together, the contact member is arranged between the outer-conductor of the connectors, the arrangement made so that the contact member takes the form of a sleeve, the sleeve making electrical contact to give a contact region at the end-face of the outer-conductor of the complementary co-axial insertion-connected connector and the sleeve making electrical contact with the outer-conductor of the co-axial insertion-connected connector, and in such a way that an elastic length-adjusting member abuts against the outer-conductor of the co-axial insertion-connected connector and is situated in an opposite position against the sleeve. 02-26-2009
20080293295MINIATURE COAXIAL CONNECTER WITH MICRO-SWITCH - A miniature coaxial connecter with a micro-switch comprises a signal terminal and a grounding element; the signal terminal is provided with an elastic portion and a first combination portion; the elastic portion is provided with a long slot used for adjusting elasticity thereof; the grounding element is provided with a contact portion and a second combination portion; a front section of the contact portion is provided with tabs bended toward the elastic portion; the elastic portion is wider and the connection length of it and the first combination portion is longer to allow it rather not to be deformed by an external force. Besides, the wider grounding element is provided with the tabs. Whereby, the connecter is manufactured more easily and the manufacturing yield can be elevated.11-27-2008
20080311789Seals and methods for sealing coaxial cable connectors and terminals - Methods of connecting a coaxial connector and a terminal include providing a coaxial connector with a coupler, the coupler having a seal member in contacting relationship with the coupler such that the seal member is coaxial with the coupler about a longitudinal axis, affixing the coupler to the terminal and after the coupler is affixed to the terminal, sliding the seal member longitudinally toward, and into contact with, the terminal. When in a tightening position, the seal member covers an engagement surface of the coupler, and wherein when in a deployed position, the seal member contacts at least a portion of the terminal.12-18-2008
20080311788COAXIAL CONNECTOR WITH INSULATOR MEMBER INCLUDING ELONGATE HOLLOW CAVITIES AND ASSOCIATED METHODS - A coaxial cable connector may include an insulator member including a forward portion, and a rearward portion extending rearwardly from the forward portion. The rearward portion may include a tubular outer conductor support portion for supporting an interior surface of the outer conductor of the end of the coaxial cable. The tubular outer conductor support portion may include a sidewall having a plurality of spaced apart hollow cavities extending therein. These cavities may advantageously provide the impedance matching and may be readily formed during manufacturing of the insulator member, such as by molding, for example. The connector may further include a housing having a forward and rearward ends and a medial portion therebetween, and a back nut threadingly engaging the rearward end of the connector housing. The insulator member may be positioned within the medial portion of the connector housing. A contact may be carried within the bore of the insulator member for connecting to the inner conductor of the end of the coaxial cable.12-18-2008
20080207050COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable connector consists of a case, an insulator, a first conducting pin and a second conducting pin. The case includes an accommodating room. The insulator is installed in the accommodating room, including a chamber, two plugging grooves cut at two sides of and communicating with the chamber, a guiding rail in the chamber, a guiding groove cut in the guiding rail, and a plugging hole bored at its one end to communicate with the guiding groove. The plugging grooves are respectively inserted with the first and the second conducting pin. The first conducting pin has a pair of connecting pins formed vertically to face each other at its one end. The second conducting pin has its one end bent to form a contact portion.08-28-2008
20080293296Modular mounting sleeve for jack - A coaxial connection assembly including a coaxial jack. The jack is positioned within a longitudinal opening of a housing. The first end of the jack extends through a first end of the housing and the second end of the jack extends through a second end of the housing. The jack may only be inserted within and removed from the housing through the first end and may be held within the opening by a catch. Rotation of the jack within the opening is prevented. The housing includes a mounting flange extending away from the longitudinal opening. The flange may be adjacent the first end of the housing, and may include an opening for receiving a fastener. Sidewalls may extend from the flange toward the second end.11-27-2008
20100136827Coaxial Cable Connector With Threaded Post - A compression-type coaxial cable connector includes a post with at least one helical thread thereon. A typical coaxial cable includes a dielectric layer and a cable braid. The threaded post engages the coaxial cable between the cable braid and the dielectric layer, and can be installed by screwing the threaded post into the coaxial cable end.06-03-2010
20090053931Sealed Inner Conductor Contact for Coaxial Cable Connector - A coaxial cable connector inner contact with an interface end and a cable end for coupling with the inner conductor of a coaxial cable, the inner conductor having an outer diameter surface. The inner contact provided with an inner conductor interface at the interface end, an inner conductor socket open to the cable end, a first inner diameter groove in a first sidewall section of the socket, a second inner diameter groove in the first sidewall section proximate the cable end, a first spring contact, dimensioned to engage the outer diameter surface, seated in the first inner diameter groove; and a first inward projecting seal, dimensioned to seal against the outer diameter surface, seated in the second inner diameter groove.02-26-2009
20090053929COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable connector having a front end for attachment to a terminal and a back end for attachment to a coaxial cable includes a body, a post mounted within the body; and a contact assembly movably mounted within the post. The contact assembly includes a guide, a contact mounted to the guide, and an insulator partially surrounding the contact. The contact assembly moves longitudinally toward the front end of the connector, such that the front end of the contact moves from a first position within the body to a second position proximate the connector interface, as the connector receives the coaxial cable. The guide has an opening for the center conductor, which is viewable to a user during attachment until the center conductor enters the opening. An adapter is also provided that can be shipped with connector for use in securing the coaxial cable connector on a coaxial cable.02-26-2009
20130012063CABLE CONNECTOR - One embodiment relates to a cable connector. The cable connector includes a body having a forward end and a rearward end opposite the forward end, a post disposed at least partially within the body, a fastener coupled to the forward end of the body, and a compressible member disposed on an outer surface of the body. The post includes a flange portion extending radially from a forward end of the post. The fastener is axially movable between a forward position and a rearward position, and wherein the fastener comprises an interior surface configured to contact the flange portion of the post when the fastener is in the forward position. The compressible member is configured to force the fastener toward the forward position such that the interior surface of the fastener provides a continuous pressure against the flange of the post when the fastener is in the forward position.01-10-2013
20090004914Method of seating a connector on a coaxial cable - A method for installing compression connectors of various sizes and types on the end of a coaxial cable utilizes a tool having a base mounting a pair of movable anvils for engaging two different lengths of connectors. The movable anvils define an aperture which is shaped to permit easy entry and exit of a cable while still applying a suitable retention force to an inserted cable. A slidably mounted plunger cooperates with the anvils to compress a connector. One of the anvils has an aperture size that permits the anvil to squeeze or pinch an inserted cable and thereby restrain a cable longitudinally during initial seating of the connector onto a cable by means of the plunger.01-01-2009
20080318471DEAD CABLE END - A dead cable end distributes holding force over a length of a cable end to reduce or eliminate damage to cables. The dead cable end includes a housing containing a plurality of collets each residing in a collet receptacle. Each collet includes a conical exterior and a lengthwise collet gap, and each collet receptacle includes a conical interior. The collets and collet receptacle are held inside the housing by a screw-in retaining nut, and the collet and collet receptacle pairs are compressed between the retaining nut and a spring inside the housing. The cable end resides inside the collets, and axial compressive forces on each collet and collet receptacle pair cause each collet to compress radially and hold the cable end. Anti-rotation pins are inserted through the housing into slots in the collet receptacle next to the screw-in retainer to prevent internal rotation during tightening.12-25-2008
20110223804STEP UP PIN FOR COAX CABLE CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable connector includes a step up pin that engages the center conductor of a coax cable to increase the diameter of the center conductor to thereby make it more manageable. The pin is stored with the connector until the pin and connector are affixed to a coax cable.09-15-2011
20090325420COUPLING NUT WITH CABLE JACKET RETENTION - A coupling nut for an electrical connector connectable to an electrical cable having an outer conductor surrounded by a jacket. The coupling nut formed as a cylindrical body with a bore extending between a cable end and a connector end. An annular wedge groove in the bore sidewall proximate the cable end with an angled wedge surface extending from the bore sidewall at a cable end side to a bottom diameter within the wedge groove. A snap ring retained in the wedge groove, an inner surface of the snap ring provided with a gripping feature.12-31-2009
20100248539COAXIAL CONNECTOR AND METHOD OF ASSEMBLING THE SAME - A coaxial connector for connecting a coaxial plug includes an insulation housing including an insertion opening portion and a pressing deformation portion situated above the insertion opening portion; an outer conductive member including a pressing portion for pressing the pressing deformation portion; a stationary terminal including a contact portion; and a movable terminal fitted into the insertion opening portion and including a fixed portion and an elastic portion. The elastic portion is separated from the contact portion so that the movable terminal is electrically disconnected from the stationary terminal when the coaxial plug is inserted into the insulation housing. The elastic portion contacts with the central conductive member so that the movable terminal is electrically connected to the central conductive member when the coaxial plug is inserted into the insulation housing.09-30-2010
20100003851Surface mount coaxial connector assembly - A disclosed coaxial connector can be surface-mounted on a circuit board without degradation in signal transmission characteristics. The coaxial connector includes a center conductor, a surrounding conductor by which the center conductor is surrounded, and an insulating housing. The center conductor has a leg portion at its base end. The surrounding conductor has six lugs at its base end that extend radially. The leg portion and the lugs are exposed on a bottom surface of the housing. The coaxial connector is mounted on the circuit board with the leg portion pressed against a signal pad on the circuit board for electrical connection and the lugs pressed against a ground pad for electrical connection.01-07-2010
20110230092HF-ANGLE PLUG CONNECTOR - An HF angle plug connector having an exterior conductor component and an interior conductor component, wherein the interior conductor component has a fastening element for mechanical and electrical connection to an interior conductor component of a coaxial cable, wherein the exterior conductor component has a cable-side end on which the coaxial cable is arranged and a front face opposite the cable-side end, the front face being transected by a longitudinal axis of the installed coaxial cable, and wherein an inspection opening is on the exterior conductor component such that the fastening element of the interior conductor component is visible through the inspection opening after installation of the interior conductor component of the coaxial cable on the fastening element of the interior conductor component, wherein a cover component for closing the inspection opening is one piece with the exterior conductor component.09-22-2011
20110230091CONNECTOR HAVING A CONDUCTIVELY COATED MEMBER AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A connector having a conductively coated member is provided, wherein the connector comprises a connector body capable of sealing and securing a coaxial cable, and further wherein the conductively coated member, such as an O-ring, physically seals the connector, electrically couples the connector and the coaxial cable, facilitates grounding through the connector, and renders an electromagnetic shield preventing ingress of unwanted environmental noise.09-22-2011
20090247008RECEPTACLE RF CONNECTOR HAVING INTERFERENTIAL ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN CONTACT TERMINAL AND HOUSING - A receptacle RF connector (10-01-2009
20100216339Coaxial Connector with Dual-Grip Nut - A connector for coaxial cable includes a dual-grip nut having a first external gripping surface and a second external gripping surface. The smallest outer diameter of the first external gripping surface is less than the smallest outer diameter of the second external gripping surface.08-26-2010
20090258537MICROENCAPSULATION SEAL FOR COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTORS AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A coaxial cable connector comprising a connector body, a tubular inner post configured to receive a coaxial cable and a clamping member, whereby at least one surface of the coaxial cable connector is coated with microcapsules creating an adhesive material. An adhesive layer is pre-applied to defined components of the coaxial cable connector in their pre-assembled configuration to avoid increased labor for the connector installer and to ensure a minimal but uniform layer of the microencapsulated adhesive is present on the desired connector components. When the coaxial cable is inserted into and clamped within the coaxial cable connector, the microcapsules are ruptured by the resulting pressure. This results in an adhesive bond forming between the coaxial cable and the connector to create a secure, mechanical bond and moisture seal.10-15-2009
20110230090ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH GROUNDING MEMBER - A coaxial cable connector includes tubular post, a coupler secured over an end of the tubular post for securing the connector to an appliance, and an outer body secured to the tubular post. An electrical grounding path is maintained between the coupler and the tubular post whether or not the coupler is tightly fastened to the appliance. The electrical grounding path is provided by a resilient, electrically-conductive grounding member disposed between the tubular post and the coupler. Alternatively, the connector includes conductive grease at a point where mating portions of the tubular post and coupler have closely matching dimensions.09-22-2011
20110230089COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR HAVING ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY MEMBER - A coaxial cable connector comprising a connector body a post engageable with connector body, wherein the post includes a flange, a coupling member, axially rotatable with respect to the post and the connector body, the coupling member having a first end, an opposing second end portion, and an internal lip, a continuity member disposed only axially rearward of a surface of the internal lip of the coupling member that faces the flange, an outer sleeve engageable with the coupling member, the sleeve configured to rotate the coupling member, and a compression portion structurally integral with the connector body, wherein the compression portion is configured to break apart from the body when axially compressed is provided. Furthermore, an associated method is also provided.09-22-2011
20110230088CABLE ASSEMBLY WITH IMPROVED WIRE HOLDING DEVICE - A cable assembly includes a housing including a main body and a piece of mushy insulation block on the housing, a plurality of contacts receiving in the main body of the housing, and a plurality of cable. Each of the cable includes at least an inner conductor and an outer insulation layer. The inner conductors are soldered to the contacts and the outer insulation layer each has a part fixed in the mushy insulation block of the housing.09-22-2011
20100184326COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR INSULATOR AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A coaxial cable connector having an insulator is provided, the connector insulator including a body having a circumferential surface and a central longitudinal axis, the body having a first axial end and a second axial end and having a first reentrant cavity extending from the first end toward the second end, wherein at least a portion of a wall surface of the first reentrant cavity is oblique to a central axis of the body. A corresponding method of insulating a coaxial cable connector is disclosed.07-22-2010
20100197168Multi-Position Coaxial Connector System - Systems for connecting RF coaxial cables are disclosed. In some embodiments, the systems include the following: a plug including a D-sub housing having two rows of eight RF coaxial contacts and a plurality of protrusions extending therefrom; a receptacle including a D-sub housing having two rows of eight openings and a plurality of indentations that are sized and positioned so as to mate with the protrusions extending from the plug, the receptacle including a rear unibody joined with the D-sub housing and a transition body positioned between and joining the D-sub housing and the rear unibody. The plug and receptacle are configured to provide about a 50-Ohm impedance across the system and the plug and receptacle are configured to operate under a ground-first condition.08-05-2010
20100261379Coaxial Plug Connector - A coaxial plug connector arranged on or at a distance from the plug-sided end of the dielectric of the channel for the inner conductor part. The radial diameter of the channel in the plug-sided end direction narrows from a first to a second predetermined radial diameter. The inner conductor part has a first diameter and a second diameter, which is smaller than the first diameter and smaller than the second predetermined radial diameter. The first diameter is selected such that the inner conductor part fits into the first predetermined radial diameter and simultaneously, is greater than the second predetermined radial diameter, such that a collar is formed. The collar is arranged such that the inner conductor part is located at a predetermined axial position if the collar of the inner conductor part strikes the narrowing radial diameter of the channel.10-14-2010
20100015849COAXIAL CONNECTING DEVICE - A coaxial connecting device is provided for making an electrical connection between a coaxial cable and a device under test. A coaxial connecting device electrically connects a coaxial cable to a signal pad and a ground pad. The coaxial contractor of the present invention includes a signal pin for electrically connecting a signal conductor of the coaxial cable to the signal pad; a ground connector for electrically connecting a ground conductor of the coaxial cable to the ground pad; a cylindrical guide tube surrounding the ground conductor for elastically contacting the ground connector while maintaining a predetermined distance with the signal pin; and a dielectric member surrounding a part of the signal pin for electrically isolating the cylindrical guide tube and the signal pin from each other and coaxially maintaining the guide tube and the signal pin. The coaxial connecting device of the present invention minimizes a contact path between the ground conductor of a coaxial cable and a ground pad and provides impedance matched coaxial signal transmission link, resulting in improvement of frequency characteristics.01-21-2010
20110059648Audio Jack Connector Device - An audio jack connector device having an audio jack and a connector, the audio jack having a socket adapted to receive the tip end of the audio plug and the connector adapted to engage a cable, wherein the connector is adapted to mechanically and electrically connect by compression the coaxial cable to the audio jack.03-10-2011
20110003507Multi-shot Connector Assembly and Method of Manufacture - A coaxial cable connector formed via multi-shot injection molding has a body formed by multiple injection molding layers of different injection moldable materials about a central inner contact to form an integral connector body. The connector body is provided with a coaxial dielectric spacer of dielectric polymer surrounding the inner contact; a coaxial inner body of injection molded metal composition surrounding an outer diameter of the dielectric spacer; and an outer body of polymer surrounding the inner body. Interlock features provide axial and/or rotational interlock between the layers of the connector.01-06-2011
20100136828RECEPTACLE RF CONNECTOR HAVING CUTOUTS ON A TUBULAR FRAME OF AN OUTER SHELL - A receptacle RF connector includes an outer shell having a third unsealed tubular frame, at least a cutout is defined around the third unsealed tubular frame and runs through a lower periphery downwardly, each cutout has an upper periphery and is located under a locking tuber correspondingly, the upper periphery of each cutout keeps a predetermined distance with a top face of the dielectric block, so as to avoid the overloaded stress loaded on the receptacle RF connector caused by the plug RF connector.06-03-2010
20120129387COAXIAL CONNECTOR WITH ENHANCED SHIELDING - A male F-Type coaxial cable connector has an improved RF shield including a bridge located between and electrically interconnecting a connector fastening nut and a connector body portion.05-24-2012
20120196476CONNECTOR HAVING A DIELECTRIC SEAL AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A coaxial cable connector having a connector body attached to a post, the post having a first end, a second end, and a flange proximate the first end, wherein the post is configured to receive a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric of a coaxial cable, a port coupling element attached to the post, and a seal member disposed proximate the dielectric to create a seal around the dielectric to prevent entry of environmental elements is provided. Additionally, a connector having a post with an internally tapered surface proximate a first end, the internally tapered surface tapering radially inward toward the first end to compress the dielectric to form a seal around the dielectric is provided. Furthermore, an associated method is also provided.08-02-2012
20120034817Shielded Plug-In Connector Arrangement - A cable assembly includes a coaxial cable and a plug-and-socket (plug-in) connector part. The connector part has a sleeve, a sleeve contact, and a shielding module. The sleeve is connected to the outer conductor of the cable at a free end section of the cable and the sleeve contact is connected to the inner conductor of the cable. The shielding module includes a shielding plate and a chamber insert. The chamber insert is inserted into the shielding plate and receives the sleeve contact. The shielding module is connected to the sleeve such that the sleeve and the shielding plate surround the sleeve contact with the sleeve contact enclosed by the chamber insert up to a side of the sleeve contact intended for connecting along a direction of insertion with a contact pin of a mating plug-in connector.02-09-2012
20120142215MODULAR NUT ASSEMBLY - A modular nut assembly includes a substantially cylindrical body portion having a threaded interior surface and an exterior surface. The exterior surface includes a first portion configured for engagement by a mechanical tool and a second portion. A textured ring is configured for engagement by a hand of a user, wherein the second portion is configured to receive the textured ring.06-07-2012
20110111625CONNECTOR FOR CONNECTING EXTERNAL ANTENNA - A connector for connecting an external antenna includes a base, an electric connector and a joint. The base has a port and a containing space. The electric connector is installed in the port. The joint is installed in the containing space and extended and exposed from the opening. The joint includes a connecting pillar, a connecting portion disposed on the connecting pillar, an insulation lining contained in the connecting pillar, a signal feed-in plughole formed at the center of the insulation lining, and a signal feed-in pin installed at an end of the signal feed-in plughole and extended out from an end of the joint. After the joint is connected to a cable, the connector can be connected externally to an antenna.05-12-2011
20090098769COAXIAL CABLE SHIELDING TERMINAL - A coaxial cable shielding terminal includes a cylindrical inner terminal accommodating portion, an insertion portion and a press-clamping portion. The cylindrical inner terminal accommodating portion accommodates an inner terminal connected to a conductor core. The insertion portion extends from an end of the inner terminal accommodating portion, and is inserted into between a braided shield and an insulating cladding at an exposed area of the braided shield. The press-clamping portion is provided separately from the insertion portion, and press-clamps the exposed area of the braided shield so that the braided shield is sandwiched by the insertion portion and the press-clamping portion. A concave portion or a convex portion is provided on at least one of an outer surface of the insertion portion and an inner surface of the press-clamping portion to sandwich the braided shield.04-16-2009
20090111323Coaxial Connector with Telescoping Center Conductor Mechanism - A connector having a front end for attachment to a terminal and a back end for attachment to a coaxial cable includes a body, a post mounted within the body; and a contact assembly movably mounted within the post and body. The contact assembly includes a guide, a contact mounted to the guide, and preferably a clip mounted to the contact for making electrical and mechanical connection with the center conductor of the coaxial cable and a sabot. The contact assembly moves longitudinally toward the front end of the connector, such that the front end of the contact moves from a first position completely within the body to a second position proximate the connector interface, as the connector receives the coaxial cable. Preferably, the guide has an opening for the center conductor, which is viewable to a user during attachment until the center conductor enters the opening. The sabot moves with the contact assembly in a telescoping fashion enabling a greater distance of axial displacement. In addition, the contact assembly preferably contains a means to prevent the cable from being forced backward after installation.04-30-2009
20130164975Coaxial Connector with Grommet Biasing for Enhanced Continuity - A compressible, F-connector and method for interconnection with coaxial cable that includes a biasing grommet for promoting electrical continuity despite inadequate nut tightening. Each connector has a rigid nut, a post penetrating the nut, a tubular body, and an end cap. The conductive post coaxially extends through the connector, linking the nut and body. A post end penetrates the coaxial cable. Each connector body comprises a frontal ring groove in which is seated a biasing grommet with integral wings spiraling away from one or both grommet ends that bias the nut to insure mechanical and electrical contact with the post06-27-2013
20090068884Connecting structure of printed circuit board for coaxial cable - The present invention relates to a coaxial cable structure for connecting to a printed circuit board including: a coaxial cable part having a plurality of signal lines, an inner insulator, a shield wire covered along the outer periphery of the inner insulator, and an outer insulator covered along the outer periphery of the shield wire; a pattern part formed on one surface of the printed circuit board, and serving as a conductor adapted to abut against the signal lines exposed to the outside of the coaxial cable part, the pattern part having the corresponding the plurality of signal lines; number of signal patterns to and a ground pattern adapted and a soldering part adapted to directly solder each the coaxial cable part portions thereof to the pattern part of signal line and exposed to the each shield wire of outside at the end the printed circuit board.03-12-2009
20100178799CONNECTOR FOR COAXIAL CABLE - A connector for a coaxial cable physically and electrically connects a coaxial cable with various kinds of electric members. The coaxial cable includes a hollow inner conductor and a corrugated outer conductor surrounding the inner conductor. A carrier terminal inserted into the inner conductor of the coaxial cable has a diameter elastically adjusted to an inner diameter of the inner conductor.07-15-2010
20100178798CO-AXIAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector with an outer conductor having a first plug-side end and a second plug-side end, and an inner conductor having a first plug-side end and a second plug-side end. The inner conductor has a first inner conductor part forming the first plug-side end of the inner conductor and a second inner conductor part forming the second plug-side end of the inner conductor. The two inner conductor parts are arranged and configured such that they are mobile relative to each other in the axial direction, the inner conductor being configured as an inner conductor bellows between the two inner conductor parts. The inner conductor bellows is configured such that upon a change in length, a changing capacitance of the inner conductor bellows is compensated by a correspondingly changing opposite inductance of the inner conductor bellows such that the characteristic impedance of the coaxial connector remains substantially constant.07-15-2010
20110034072ELECTRICAL CARRIER ASSEMBLY AND SYSTEM OF ELECTRICAL CARRIER ASSEMBLIES - A male coaxial connector includes at least one termination device having a tubular shield surrounding and isolated from a pin that is configured to electrically connect with a socket of a female termination device, and a plate extending from one of a leading end of the tubular shield and a leading end of the female termination device. Upon electrical interconnection, the plate forms a ground circuit extending between the at least one termination device and a ground of the female termination device.02-10-2011
20110039448Coaxial Interconnect and Contact - A coaxial interconnect and contact are provided. The coaxial contact is patterned to define a plurality of openings along its longitudinal length. An inner surface of the contact can circumferentially engage an outer surface of a mating contact, wherein such engagement causes at least a portion of the contact to flex radially outwardly. The contact can also flex in the longitudinal or axial direction.02-17-2011
20110244720RF CONNECTOR - A radio-frequency connector consisting of a socket member and a plug member electrically connectable to the socket member is disclosed. The socket member or plug member has an impedance element mounted therein such that the impedance element is electrically connected to the metal casing and metal center pin of the socket member or plug member that carries the impedance element when the plug member is disconnected from the socket member, causing the impedance element to provide a terminal effect to insolate external electromagnetic noises; the impedance element is separated from the metal casing and metal center pin of the socket member or plug member that carries impedance element when the plug member is connected to the socket member.10-06-2011
20100144199CABLE ASSEMBLY HAVING SHROUD SUBSTANTIALLY COVERING MATED RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR - A cable assembly (06-10-2010
20110244722COAXIAL CABLE COMPRESSION CONNECTORS - Coaxial cable connectors. In one example embodiment, a coaxial cable connector for terminating a coaxial cable is provided. The coaxial cable includes an inner conductor, an insulating layer, an outer conductor, and a jacket. The coaxial cable connector includes an internal connector structure, an external connector structure, and a conductive pin. The external connector structure cooperates with the internal connector structure to define a cylindrical gap that is configured to receive an increased-diameter section of the outer conductor. The external connector structure is configured to be clamped around the increased-diameter section so as to radially compress the increased-diameter section between the external connector structure and the internal connector structure. The conductive pin is configured to deform the inner conductor.10-06-2011
20110244721IMPEDANCE MANAGEMENT IN COAXIAL CABLE TERMINATIONS - Managing impedance in coaxial cable termination. In one example embodiment, a method for terminating a coaxial cable is provided. The coaxial cable includes an inner conductor, an insulating layer surrounding the inner conductor, an outer conductor surrounding the insulating layer, and a jacket surrounding the outer conductor. The method includes various acts. First, a section of the insulating layer is cored out. Next, the diameter of the inner conductor that is positioned within the cored-out section is reduced. Then, at least a portion of an internal connector structure is inserted into the cored-out section so as to surround the section of reduced-diameter inner conductor. Finally, an external connector structure is affixed to the internal connector structure. A coaxial cable termination tool for use in the termination of a coaxial cable and a terminated coaxial cable are also disclosed.10-06-2011
20120244748COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR - A connector coaxial cable connector comprising a connector body having an outer ramped surface, a post, engageable with the connector body, a coupling member, axially rotatable with respect to the post, and a compression portion structurally integral with the connector body, the compression portion having a ramped inner surface, wherein the inner ramped surface is configured to cooperate with the outer ramped surface during compression of the compression portion onto a portion of the connector body. Furthermore, an associated method is also provided.09-27-2012
20110097928Locking Ratcheting Torque Aid - A torque aid for a coaxial connector is provided. The torque aid has a tubular grip element and a locking mechanism. The locking mechanism is moveable from a first position to a second position. When the locking mechanism is in the first position, rotation of the torque aid is inhibited in at least one direction. When the locking mechanism is in the second position, the torque aid is rotatable in either the clockwise or counterclockwise direction.04-28-2011
20110097930RECEPTACLE FOR COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A receptacle for coaxial connector includes an outer conductor having a tubular portion, a central conductor having a central-conductor contact portion extending in an axis direction in an internal space of the tubular portion, and an insulator holding the outer conductor and the central conductor in an insulating state. An overhanging region made of the outer conductor and the insulator overhangs in a direction perpendicular to the tubular portion of the outer conductor. In this overhanging region, the outer conductor includes outer-conductor overhanging portions, and the insulator includes an insulator overhanging portion. The outer-conductor overhanging portions and the insulator overhanging portion have substantially the same thickness.04-28-2011
20110151714Digital, Small Signal and RF Microwave Coaxial Subminiature Push-on Differential Pair System - The differential pair system includes a push-on high frequency differential connector sleeve and push-on high frequency differential connector. The system allows for blind mating of the two components, using a keying system for the two electrical conductors to be axially and radially aligned.06-23-2011
20100311272Radio frequency coxial connector - A RF coaxial connector has an insulative housing, an internal terminal and an external terminal. The insulative housing has a cavity. The internal terminal is mounted in the cavity and has a mounting section, two resilient arms protruding from the mounting section, a free section formed between the resilient arms and a contacting section protruding from the free section. The external terminal is mounted on the insulative housing. The internal terminal provides sufficient resistance force against a pin conductor of a corresponding connector engaged with the RF coaxial connector for stable signal transmission.12-09-2010
20100297876COAXIAL ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector includes an outer conductor having a tubular section and leg sections. A central conductor having a mating portion extends in an axial direction within the tubular section, and the mating portion is centrosymmetrical about a central axis thereof. A dielectric block holds said outer and central conductors. The mating portion has a contacting portion, a transitional portion and a guiding portion, the transitional portion joins the contacting portion and the guiding portion together, the transitional portion is larger than the guiding portion and smaller than the mating portion at diameters thereof; wherein an acute angle formed by the transitional portion and the central axis is larger than an acute angle formed by the guiding portion and the central axis.11-25-2010
20080200066Coaxial Plug-In Connector For Fitting To Coaxial Cable - The invention relates to a coaxial plug-in connector for fitting to a coaxial cable, the coaxial plug-in connector having an inner conductor part (08-21-2008
20110250789Coaxial Connector With Inhibited Ingress and Improved Grounding - A coaxial connector includes a body, a post, a coupling nut, and a sealing member. The sealing member is axially compressed between a rear end facing surface of the coupling nut and a front end facing surface of the hollow body in order to facilitate improved grounding and RF shielding characteristics.10-13-2011
20110151713A COAXIAL CONNECTOR WITH A COMPRESSION RING BETWEEN A SLEEVE AND A SHEATH OF THE COAXIAL CABLE - A connector for a coaxial cable is provided. The connector comprises a sleeve and a sealing device. The sleeve is adapted to be inserted over the coaxial cable. The sealing device is adapted to be interposed between the sleeve and a sheath of the coaxial cable to seal the coaxial cable for preventing rain, moisture and dust from entering into the coaxial cable, thereby further ensuring the transfer efficiency and reducing the loss rate of the signal.06-23-2011
20090318020ADAPTER FOR A COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR - An adapter is provided for mating first and second coaxial cable connectors having first and second receptacle contacts, respectively. The adapter includes an inner electrical contact extending between opposite first and second plug contact end portions. The first plug contact end portion is configured to be received within the first receptacle contact of the first coaxial cable connector. The second plug contact end portion is configured to be received within the second receptacle contact of the second coaxial cable connector. The adapter also includes an outer electrical contact defining a receptacle. The outer electrical contact is configured to hold the inner electrical contact within the receptacle.12-24-2009
20090318019ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FOR TERMINATING A COAXIAL CABLE - An electrical connector is provided for terminating a coaxial cable. The electrical connector includes an electrically conductive housing extending a length between a cable-receiving end portion configured to engage an insulating cover of the coaxial cable and a mating end portion configured to engage another electrical connector. The housing includes an outer electrical contact. An insulating member is held by the housing. An inner electrical contact is held by the insulating member. The inner electrical contact includes a slot configured to receive an inner electrical conductor of the coaxial cable.12-24-2009
20090318017Small Foot Print Rugged Low Cost RF Connector with Improved Performance - An RF launch architecture that includes a circuit board including a conducting trace on a first side with a via proximate to the conducting trace and extending from the first side through the circuit board to a second side. Also included is an RF coaxial cable that has 1) a ferrule, coupled with a metallic shield of the cable, coupled with the second side and in electrical communication with the second side, 2) an insulator extending through the via to exit from the first side, wherein the ferrule surrounds a portion of a periphery of the insulator; and 3) a center core located within the insulator and extending through the via to exit from the first side, the center core extending above the insulator.12-24-2009
20090318018COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR HOUSING - A housing is provided for a coaxial cable connector that terminates a coaxial cable. The housing includes a cable-receiving end portion configured to engage an insulating cover of the coaxial cable, a mating end portion configured to engage another coaxial connector, and a base extending between the cable-receiving end portion and the mating end portion. The base is configured to engage an outer electrical conductor of the coaxial cable. The housing also includes an electrical contact. The electrical contact includes an extension extending outwardly from the electrical contact, wherein the extension is configured to engage the outer electrical conductor of the coaxial cable.12-24-2009
20120202378CONNECTOR HAVING A CONDUCTIVELY COATED MEMBER AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A connector having a conductively coated member is provided, wherein the connector comprises a connector body capable of sealing and securing a coaxial cable, and further wherein the conductively coated member, such as an 0-ring, physically seals the connector, electrically couples the connector and the coaxial cable, facilitates grounding through the connector, and renders an electromagnetic shield preventing ingress of unwanted environmental noise.08-09-2012
20110256759CONNECTOR - A connector includes an outer connection element and an inner connection element. One of the outer connection element and inner connection element includes a plurality of fingers extending at an angle relative to a longitudinal axis of the connector.10-20-2011
20080268705Coaxial electrical connector - A coaxial electrical connector includes an outer conductive body including a fitting portion having an opening portion for receiving a mating connector on one end portion side in a direction of an axis line, and an attachment portion formed of a surface perpendicular to the axis line on the other end portion side for attaching to a circuit board, and extending to substantially cover an area inside of a peripheral border of the fitting portion through a joining portion bent at a part of the peripheral border; a dielectric body retained and held inside of the fitting portion; and a central conductive body including a contact portion for contacting a mate central conductive body, a connection portion extending from the dielectric body in a radial direction and situated on a bottom surface of the attachment portion, and a retained portion for covering the retained portion.10-30-2008
20110053413CONNECTOR HAVING CONDUCTIVE MEMBER AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A connector having a conductive member is provided, wherein the connector comprises a connector body capable of sealing and securing a coaxial cable, and further wherein the conductive member, such as an O-ring, physically seals the connector, electrically couples the connector and the coaxial cable, facilitates grounding through the connector, and renders an electromagnetic shield preventing ingress of unwanted environmental noise.03-03-2011
20110053412VANDAL PROOF NMO ANTENNA MOUNT - An antenna mount is provided including a contact pin having first and second distal ends, a barrel encasing the contact pin, a base encasing the barrel, a terminal lug press fit within a cross-section of the base, and a set screw receptacle disposed in a portion of the base for receiving a set screw to secure an antenna to the base. The first and second distal ends of the contact pin extend past first and second distal ends of the barrel, the first distal end of the contact pin extends past a first distal end of the base, and a second distal end of the base surrounds the second distal end of the pin.03-03-2011
20110053411RECEPTACLE FOR COAXIAL CONNECTOR - Described herein is a receptacle for coaxial connector whose outer shape is made small and short in height while ensuring reliability. The receptacle for coaxial connector includes an outer conductor having a tubular portion, a central conductor having a contact portion extending in an axis direction in an internal space of the tubular portion, and an insulator holding the outer conductor and the central conductor in an insulating state. A region of the central conductor other than a central-conductor drawing portion thereof has outwardly projected portions in planar view of the central conductor.03-03-2011
20110256760COAXIAL CONNECTOR - Provided is a technique to connect connectors that electrically connect coaxial cables to each other, the technique capable of reducing errors in manual work and improving work efficiency by making the work easier and simpler. Plural slots 10-20-2011
20110028032COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR SYSTEM AND METHOD - A connecting device comprising a body having a threaded portion and a sleeve portion. A plurality of coaxial receptacles disposed in the threaded portion, each receptacle formed to couple with element of a coaxial cable connector, and a plurality of coaxial mounts disposed on the sleeve end. The coaxial mounts may be coupled to coaxial leads with each lead having a mini-connectors. The body is substantially similar to a type-n connector and provides for easy coupling of multiple coaxial cables within a single connector housing.02-03-2011
20110028033COAXIAL CONNECTOR AND CONNECTOR DEVICE - A coaxial connector where a plug having a coaxial structure is connected in a direction substantially parallel with a board, the board being where the coaxial connector is mounted, the coaxial connector includes a signal contact having one end connected to a plug pin and another end bent or curved toward the board; and a ground contact having a substantially cylindrical shaped main body part, the main body part surrounding a part of the signal contact, the ground contact being connected to a plug side ground member by a first connecting part formed at one end of the main body part, the ground contact being connected to the board by a second connecting part formed at another end of the main body part, wherein the second connecting part includes a center member surrounding two or more surfaces of the signal contact, and an arm part extending from a side part of the center member.02-03-2011
20110263153CABLE-END CONNECTOR - A cable-end connector includes a metal locknut having an axially extending center through hole, a rear orifice and a retaining structure, the retaining structure of the locknut defining a retaining groove and a stop edge, an elastically deformable cylindrical casing having an axial hole and a retaining structure for engagement with the retaining structure of the locknut and defining with the retaining structure of the locknut a clearance, the retaining structure of the cylindrical casing having a retaining flange for engaging the retaining groove of the retaining structure of the locknut, and a metal core tube mounted in the locknut and the cylindrical casing and having a rear stop flange for stopping against the stop edge of the locknut to block the clearance and to force the retaining flange of the retaining structure of the cylindrical casing into engagement with the retaining groove of the retaining structure of the locknut tightly, thereby sealing off outside moisture and enhancing the electromagnetic wave shielding effect.10-27-2011
20100285691MODULAR NUT ASSEMBLY - A modular nut assembly includes a substantially cylindrical body portion having a threaded interior surface and an exterior surface. The exterior surface includes a first portion configured for engagement by a mechanical tool and a second portion. A textured ring is configured for engagement by a hand of a user, wherein the second portion is configured to receive the textured ring.11-11-2010
20100022120COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR NUT ROTATION AID - An improved coaxial cable connector nut rotation aid that facilitates rotation of a coaxial cable connector nut found on the end of a coaxial cable. Various embodiments of the invention allow for the coaxial cable connector nut rotation aid to slide from a first end of a coaxial cable to a second end, non-fixedly engaging the threaded connector nut on either end so that a single instance of one aid may be utilized on both ends of the cable. As the aid is slidingly engaged on the cable, it cannot be removed and swallowed by a small child or pet. Other embodiments allow for a combined textured and nut aid that allows for rotation by using a tool or by manual rotation.01-28-2010
20120309226COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable connector includes a shell that extends between a mating end and a cable end. The cable end is configured to be terminated to an end of a coaxial cable. A dielectric insert is held within the shell. An inner contact is held within the dielectric insert. The inner contact has a spring loaded pin that is configured to be spring loaded against a center conductor of the coaxial cable.12-06-2012
20120309227MULTI-CONDUCTOR CABLE CONNECTOR HAVING MORE THAN ONE COAXIAL CABLE AND METHOD THEREOF - A multi-conductor cable connector is provided, the connector including a cable connection portion, wherein the cable connection portion receives a prepared multi-conductor cable having a plurality of conductive strands concentrically sharing a common central axis, and a multi-contact portion coupled to the cable connection portion, the multi-contact portion having a plurality of contacts non-concentrically aligned with the cable connection portion. Furthermore, an associated method is also provided.12-06-2012
20110189890Coaxial Cable Connector - The coaxial cable connector according to the invention includes a male connector having a male terminal assembly that connects to a female connector having a female terminal assembly during coupling between the male connector and the female connector. Each of the male and female terminal assemblies includes a catching protrusion, while each connector includes an elastic plate formed at a top of an receiving passageway. The elastic plate includes a catching hole in which the corresponding catching protrusion is caught. Each male and female terminal assemblies includes a groove formed at a side thereof, while the male and female connectors include a fixing piece formed at a side of the receiving passageway thereof. The fixing piece fits in the corresponding groove through a side of a corresponding one of the male and female connectors, whereby the male and female terminal assemblies are dually fixed to the male and female connectors.08-04-2011
20100190376Receptacle of RF microwave connector for telecommunication - A receptacle of a RF microwave connecter for telecommunication comprises a metal housing with a upper end thereof disposed with a cylindrical main body used for engaging with a periphery of a metal housing of a receptacle with a male terminal and an insulator with a center thereof formed with a projection part. A hollow portion is disposed on the projection part and used for engaging with a female terminal to allow a plug with a female terminal also to be coupled onto a circuit board to use as a receptacle so as to have a broader use.07-29-2010
20110189889RADIO FREQUENCY CONNECTOR AND PORTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICE EMPLOYING THE SAME - A portable electronic device includes a housing, a circuit board, an antenna, and a RF connector. The circuit board, the antenna, and the RF connector are within the housing. The antenna and the RF connector are electrically connected to the circuit board. The RF connector includes a probe and is capable of receiving test signals through the probe to test the portable electronic device, and the RF connector is also capable of connecting the antenna through the probe to receive communication signals to implement communication function of the portable electronic device. A RF connector used in the portable electronic device is also provided.08-04-2011
20100062638MODULAR INTERCONNECT APPARATUS - The present application provides a modular interconnect apparatus. In one embodiment, the interconnect apparatus includes a frame; and a plurality of coaxial modules connected to the frame, wherein each of the plurality of coaxial modules comprises: a signal contact having a middle portion, a first end and a second end; a first ring shaped ground contact surrounding the first end of the signal contact, wherein the first end of the signal contact is coaxial with the first ring shaped ground contact; a second ring shaped ground contact surrounding the second end of the signal contact, wherein the second end of the signal contact is coaxial with the second ring shaped ground contact; and a housing that houses at least a portion of signal contact and ground contacts.03-11-2010
20100029131COAXIAL CONNECTOR AND METHOD FOR CONNECTING THE COAXIAL CONNECTOR TO A MATING COMPONENT - The present invention relates to a coaxial connector for connecting a coaxial member to a mating component. The coaxial connector comprises a swivel member defining a central axis and having first and second opposing ends, the first end having an outer and an inner surface and a threaded region for threadingly engaging the first end of the swivel member with a matching threaded portion of the mating component; a main body having first and second opposing body ends and a central bore defining a longitudinal axis which is coaxial with the central axis of the swivel member, the first body end having an outer cylindrical surface; a centre conductor extending along the longitudinal axis; and a nut having a central aperture defining an inner surface and first and second opposing side walls, the first side wall being adapted to slidingly engage and abut the mating component, and an inner inclining surface region. The swivel member extends through the central aperture of the nut, the inner surface of the nut engaging with the outer surface of the swivel member to prevent substantial rotation of the nut in relation to the swivel member. Moreover, the swivel member is rotatably received on the outer cylindrical surface of the first body end of the main body and the outer cylindrical surface is adjacent to a recessed region so as to form a shoulder. Finally, the second end of the swivel member has an inwardly extending projection and an outer inclining surface region and is radially compressible, the inner inclining surface region of the nut being adapted to cooperate with the outer inclining surface region of the swivel member so as to radially compress the compressible second end of the swivel member in order to bring the inwardly extending projection into engagement with the shoulder.02-04-2010
20100022123COAXIAL CONNECTOR HAVING IMPROVED CENTRAL PIN - A coaxial connector (01-28-2010
20100022122CONNECTOR - An insulative housing 01-28-2010
20110028034HOOP MATERIAL, METHOD OF MAKING INNER CONDUCTOR TERMINAL, AND COAXIAL CONNECTOR - An object of the present invention is to provide an electronic part-mounted and insulator-integrated inner conductor terminal which can enhance the productivity and can reduce the cost and also to provide a coaxial connector provided with this inner conductor terminal. A hoop material 02-03-2011
20110117779ELECTRICAL CARRIER ASSEMBLY AND SYSTEM OF ELECTRICAL CARRIER ASSEMBLIES - A male coaxial connector includes at least one termination device having a tubular shield surrounding and isolated from a pin that is configured to electrically connect with a socket of a female termination device, and a plate extending from one of a leading end of the tubular shield and a leading end of the female termination device. Upon electrical interconnection, the plate forms a ground circuit extending between the at least one termination device and a ground of the female termination device.05-19-2011
20110117775Coaxial Connectors Having Compression Rings that are Pre-Installed at the Front of the Connector and Related Methods of Using Such Connectors - Coaxial connectors include a connector body having a front end and a rear end, an inner contact post that is at least partly within the connector body and an internally-threaded nut that is positioned at the front end of the connector body and that is connected to at least one of the connector body and the inner contact post. A compression element is also provided that is attached to the internally-threaded rotatable nut.05-19-2011
20110117778RF COAXIAL CONNECTOR - The invention discloses a RF coaxial connector, which includes a socket and an adapter. The socket includes an outer conductor and a center conductor. The adapter includes a plug capable of being inserted into the socket. The adapter also includes an outer conductor and a center conductor that can be in contact with the outer conductor and the center conductor of the socket, respectively. A dumbbell-shaped first insulating body is disposed inside the plug of the adapter and filled between the outer conductor and the center conductor of the adapter. The first insulating body has a middle portion narrower than two end portions thereof such that an annular gap is formed between the middle portion of the first insulating body and the outer conductor of the adapter, thereby forming different impedance regions at the connection regions of the plug and the socket. Therefore, a high impedance region and a low impedance region can compensate each other so as to decrease the adverse effect of the high impedance region on the connector performance and improve electrical and RF performance of the product. Compared with the prior art, the connector of the present invention allows a larger axial offset.05-19-2011
20110117774Cable Connector - A coaxial cable connector for coupling a coaxial cable to a mating connector includes a connector body having a forward end and a rearward cable receiving end for receiving a cable. A nut is rotatably coupled to the forward end of the connector body. An annular post is disposed within the connector body, the annular post having a forward flanged base portion located adjacent a rearward portion of the nut. An annular notch is formed in the forward flanged base portion. A biasing element is retained in the annular notch, and the biasing element extends towards a forward end of the nut in an uncompressed state.05-19-2011
20110117777CABLE CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable connector may include a connector body having a forward end and a rearward cable receiving end for receiving a cable, a nut rotatably coupled to the forward end of the connector body, and an annular post disposed within the connector body, the annular post including an inner chamber extending axially therethrough and a first barb and a second barb. The cable connector may also include a locking sleeve including a chamber extending therethrough, a first end coupled to the connector body, a second end for receiving the cable, and at least one tooth. The locking sleeve may be configured so that when the locking sleeve is moved axially into the connector body, the at least one tooth is configured to compress the cable between the first barb and the second barb.05-19-2011
20110306237Coaxial connector having a dielectric material for impedance matching - A coaxial connector that includes: a first inner conductor and a second inner conductor; a capacitor that is electrically coupled to the first inner conductor and the second inner conductor; an outer conductor that surrounds the first and second inner conductors, and the capacitor; a first support member that fixes the first inner conductor to the outer conductor; a second support member that fixes the second inner conductor to the outer conductor; a first dielectric material that is provided between the outer conductor and the first inner conductor and between the outer conductor and the second inner conductor, and a second dielectric material that is provided between the outer conductor and the capacitor.12-15-2011
20110306236"F" type electronic connector - A connector plug for attaching to a coaxial cable, by which the user strips the cable sheath through the jacket, braid, and dielectric, exposing a length of the signal conductor, and inserts the cable with exposed conductor into a hollow connector plug until the cut face of the cable abuts an insulator that is integral to the plug, and the signal conductor passes through a bore in the insulator. The insulator acts in place of the cable dielectric on a conventionally trimmed cable. An open faced “F” type nut is electrically connected to the body of the plug, forward of the insulator, and the exposed signal conductor extends through the nut. A screw on the plug body is then tightened, cutting through the jacket and making contact with the cable braid, thereby completing the ground connection between jacket and nut.12-15-2011
20110306235Cable connection structure and cable connection method - A cable connection structure includes a multi-core coaxial cable connected to a board. The multi-core coaxial cable includes a plurality of parallel-arranged coaxial cables each including a center conductor and an inner insulator, an outer conductor and an outer insulator sequentially formed on an outer periphery of the center conductor. The board includes a signal electrode connected to the center conductor and a ground electrode connected to the outer conductor. The cable connection structure further includes a positioning member lying between the signal electrode and the ground electrode for positioning the center conductor while the inner insulator is attached to the positioning member.12-15-2011
20110111624Broadband Interface Connection System - A broadband interface connection system includes a main nut assembly including a main nut, a main cylindrical body having a projection on its outer surface, a main nut gasket, a spring body, a slip ring, and a threaded top cylindrical body; a housing receptacle assembly including a housing body having a gasket seat and a bore configured to accept the main cylindrical body, a ferrule in the bore, a tapered cable center conductor alignment section, and a housing female center pin coupled with the section; and a jacket outer seal nut assembly including a jacket outer seal nut, and a jacket outer seal gasket at a bottom of the jacket outer seal nut. In addition to the main nut assembly's elements, a terminator assembly includes an insulator, a resistor, and a center pin, and a connector adaptor assembly includes an insulator, a feed through center pin, and a test port.05-12-2011
20110111623Integrally Conductive Locking Coaxial Connector - The coaxial connector has a coupling nut, a post, a hollow body, and a ring that prevents interfaces from gapping and provide a robust alternative ground path that also RF shields the connector from both ingress and egress. The ring is biased radially outward to engage the coupling nut, thereby biasing the coupling nut in a rearward direction and, at the same time, biasing the post in a forward direction to engage a terminal.05-12-2011
20120040556CONNECTING MEMBER-TERMINATED MULTI-CORE COAXIAL CABLE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURE THEREOF - A multi-core coaxial cable is composed of includes a plurality of coaxial cables, each of which having an insulator, an outer conductor, and a sheath successively disposed in a coaxial arrangement around a center conductor, and which are collectively covered by a cable sheath. At one end portion of the multi-core coaxial cable, the plurality of coaxial cables are exposed from the cable sheath and arranged in parallel rows. A connecting member is connected to one end of the multi-core coaxial cable, and the center conductors and outer conductors of the plurality of coaxial cables are respectively conductively connected to terminal portions of the connecting member. The covering member is positioned covering the periphery of the plurality of coaxial cables between the cable sheath and the connecting member.02-16-2012
20120040555Electric connector - An electric connector includes an insulating device disposed into a chamber of an adaptor shell, and a receptacle engaged into the bore of the insulating device and having a compartment for receiving an electric cable and having one or more slots for forming or defining one or more blades, the blades each include two side segments and an intermediate segment disposed between the side segments and located in the compartment of the receptacle for engaging with the electric cable and for increasing a contacting area between the blade and the electric cable and for firmly coupling the in-plug electric cable to the receptacle and for decreasing the impedance between the in-plug electric cable and the receptacle and for reducing the return loss of the electric connector.02-16-2012
20120252265CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY FOR CORRUGATED COAXIAL CABLE - A connector assembly for a corrugated coaxial cable is provided. The coaxial cable connector assembly comprises a compression member having a first end and a second end, a connector body having a first end and a second end, an insulator, a pin, and a spring basket, wherein the first end of the compression member is structured to receive an exposed end of a corrugated coaxial cable and the second end is structured to receive the first end of the connector body, wherein the connector body is configured to retain the insulator therein and the insulator is configured to retain the pin therein to insulate the pin from the connector body, and wherein the spring basket is configured to couple to an exposed inner conductor of the cable, and wherein the compression member is configured to physically retain the cable and electrically couple an outer conductor of the cable to the connector body while electrically coupling the spring basket to the pin.10-04-2012
20120252264METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR A SNAP RETAINED PUSH-ON CONNECTOR WITH PORT ADAPTER - A connector assembly includes a connector body and a tubular post having one end fitted in said connector body for securing a coaxial cable, the post including a basket portion at an opposite end. An adapter is further provided, the adapter having a set of internal threads for engaging the threads of an external interface port, said adapter further including a portion which is sized to engage within the interior of the basket portion of the tubular post.10-04-2012
20120252263CONTINUITY MAINTAINING BIASING MEMBER - A post having a first end, a second end, and a flange proximate the second end, wherein the post is configured to receive a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric of a coaxial cable, a connector body attached to the post, a coupling element attached to the post, the coupling element having a first end a second end, and a biasing member disposed within a cavity formed between the first end of the coupling element and the connector body to bias the coupling element against the post is provided. Moreover, a connector body having a biasing element, wherein the biasing element biases the coupling element against the post, is further provided. Furthermore, associated methods are also provided.10-04-2012
20110318958COAXIAL CONNECTOR WITH DUAL-GRIP NUT - A connector for coaxial cable includes a dual-grip nut having a first external gripping surface and a second external gripping surface. The smallest outer diameter of the first external gripping surface is less than the smallest outer diameter of the second external gripping surface.12-29-2011
20120045933COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTORS AND ASSOCIATED WASHERS - Coaxial cable connectors including washers are described herein. A coaxial cable connector configured in accordance with an embodiment of the present technology includes a conductive insert, a coupling nut, and a washer. The coupling nut can include a first end portion, a second end portion, and an inner surface defining a bore for receiving a corresponding coaxial cable connector. The conductive insert can include an annular flange at least partially surrounded by the bore. The washer can be positioned between the second end portion of the coupling nut and the annular flange, and can be configured to press against at least one of the annular flange and the second end portion of the coupling nut to restrict rotation between the coaxial cable connectors.02-23-2012
20120003869COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR SLEEVE - An adapter sleeve for a coaxial cable connector having a nut member including a retaining structure on an external surface of the nut member, said adapter sleeve comprising a cylindrical body comprising a first end and a second end defining a bore along a longitudinal axis therethrough, the bore defining an interior surface, the interior surface having a torque transmission feature sized to slideably engage the nut member on the coaxial cable connector, the cylindrical body having at least one recessed portion, wherein the recessed portion is dimensioned and adapted to mate with the retaining structure on the external surface of the nut member is provided. An associated connector assembly and method is also provided.01-05-2012
20110097929Coaxial Plug-Connector Part with Ball - In a coaxial plug-connector part with a cap nut arranged in a rotatable manner on an outer conductor of a coaxial line system and with a ball bearing between cap nut and outer conductor, the ball bearing cooperates with a bearing bush. The ball bearing and the bearing bush are held within the cap nut by a bearing cover screw-connected to the cap nut, and this enclosed structural group can be fitted, via a continuous internal borehole of the bearing bush, onto the outer conductor of the coaxial line system to be connected.04-28-2011
20120009817COAXIAL CONNECTOR DEVICE - A coaxial connector device which comprises an insulating base 01-12-2012
20110086543F-Style Coaxial Connectors Having Internally Threaded Nuts that Exhibit Increased Drag and Mechanical Resistance - Coaxial connectors include a connector body and an inner contact post mounted therein. These connectors further include a compression element that is configured to impart a generally circumferential compressive force to secure one or more elements of a coaxial cable between the connector body and the inner contact post, and an internally threaded rotatable nut that is configured for attachment to the connector body. In some embodiments, the nut has a first set of threads and a second set of threads that is immediately adjacent to the first set of threads, where the threads of the second set of threads are configured to provide increased drag and mechanical resistance as compared to threads of the first set of threads when the rotatable nut is threaded onto a female coaxial cable port. In other embodiments, an internal diameter of the threaded portion of the nut varies along the axial direction. In still other embodiments, a bushing is mounted within the threaded region of the nut.04-14-2011
20120129391Connector And Coaxial Cable With Molecular Bond Interconnection - A coaxial connector in combination with a coaxial cable is provided with an inner conductor supported coaxial within an outer conductor, a polymer jacket surrounding the outer conductor. A unitary connector body with a bore is provided with an overbody surrounding an outer diameter of the connector body. The outer conductor is inserted within the bore. A molecular bond is formed between the outer conductor and the connector body and between the jacket and the overbody. An inner conductor end cap may also be provided coupled to the end of the inner conductor via a molecular bond.05-24-2012
20120064764Clamp and Grip Coaxial Connector - A coaxial connector with a connector body is provided with a connector body bore. An annular coupling groove is provided in the connector body bore open to a cable end of the connector body. A clamp sidewall of the coupling grove is angled inward from a bottom of the coupling groove. A slip ring seated within the coupling body bore is provided with a grip surface. An annular compression body is positioned between the slip ring and the clamp sidewall. The connector body and the coupling body are coupled together via threads. The slip ring is dimensioned for axial advance of the coupling body along the threads to exert a compression force against the compression body to clamp a leading edge of the outer conductor between the compression body and the clamp sidewall.03-15-2012
20120058672ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING SHAPED DIELECTRIC INSERT FOR CONTROLLING IMPEDANCE - Electrical connector that includes a connector housing having mating and terminating ends. The connector housing has a housing cavity and a leading edge at the mating end that defines an opening to the housing cavity. A central axis extends through the housing cavity between the mating and terminating ends. The electrical connector also includes a dielectric insert within the housing cavity and an electrical contact that is held by the insert along the central axis. The insert has a recess surface that faces the mating end and extends a radial distance, outward from the electrical contact. The insert includes a dielectric rim that projects from the recess surface toward the mating end. The dielectric rim surrounds: and is radially spaced from at least a portion of the electrical contact. The dielectric rim and the recess surface define an impedance-control space that surrounds at least the portion of the electrical contact.03-08-2012
20120064763COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR WITH RFI SEALING - A coaxial cable connector and method that will direct the electromagnetic field carrying the electrical signal in a coaxial cable to the inner surface of a conductive layer of the foil of the cable, as opposed to the outer surface. With the electrical signals traveling on the inner surface of the foil conductive layer, the foil conductive layer serves as a contiguous gap-free shield to prevent the ingress and/or egress of RFI.03-15-2012
20120064762TERMINAL STRUCTURE OF COAXIAL CABLE, CONNECTOR, AND SUBSTRATE UNIT - A terminal structure of coaxial cable includes a substrate, a coaxial cable, and a conductive shield member. The substrate includes a ground potential layer therein and a ground electrode thereon which is electrically connected to the ground potential layer through a via. The coaxial cable includes a conductor core, a dielectric body surrounding the conductor core, an external conductor layer surrounding the dielectric body, and an outer coat layer surrounding the external conductor layer. The dielectric body has a first protrusion portion configured to protrude from an end of the external conductor layer. The conductor core has a second protrusion portion configured to protrude from an end of the dielectric body. The second protrusion portion is electrically connected to the substrate. The conductive shield member covers the first protrusion portion and the second protrusion portion, and is connected to the ground electrode.03-15-2012
20120115358TERMINAL STRUCTURE FOR COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A terminal structure for coaxial connector includes a terminal main body having a carrier plate and two contacts near a first end of the carrier plate; a first fastening tab located on one lateral side of the carrier plate adjacent to an opposite second end thereof; and a second fastening tab located at the other lateral side of the carrier plate at the second end thereof to be diagonally symmetrical to the first fastening tab. By bending the first and second fastening tabs inward to abut on each other end to end, a core of a cable can be clamped between the two fastening tabs and thereby easily and firmly assembled to the carrier plate to ensure good electric contact between the core and the terminal main body.05-10-2012
20110092095FIXED COAXIAL CONNECTOR - The present invention provides a coaxial connector element comprising: 04-21-2011
20120208398CENTER CONDUCTOR TERMINAL HAVING INCREASED CONTACT RESISTANCE - A terminal assembly is provided for terminating a center conductor of a coaxial cable. The terminal assembly includes a terminal body having a pin at one end and a cavity at the other end for accommodating a center conductor therein. A contact member is supported within the cavity. The contact member includes plural inwardly directed cantilevered beams extending from a contact base for deflectable engagement with the inserted center conductor. The terminal body includes an inwardly directed shoulder for engagement with the beams at a location between the base and the distal ends of the beams. The location defines a deflection fulcrum at a location distal from the base so as to provide increased contact engagement force between the distal ends of the beams and the center conductor.08-16-2012
20110065317Compression type coaxial cable F-connectors with traveling seal and barbless post - Axially compressible, self-sealing, high bandwidth F-connectors for conventional hand tools for interconnection with coaxial cable. An internal, dual segment sealing grommet activated by compression elongates and deforms to provide a travelling seal. Each connector has a rigid nut that is rotatably secured to a, tubular body. A rigid, conductive post has a barbless shank that coaxially extends through the connector and penetrates the coaxial cable within the connector. A tubular, metallic end cap is slidably fitted to a body shank, and is thereafter forcibly compressed lengthwise during installation. The end cap has a ring groove for seating the enhanced grommet. The end cap can irreversibly assume any position, being held by end cap teeth. The grommet travels and extrudes during compression to mate and intermingle with a portion of the cable braid that is looped back to form a prepared cable end.03-17-2011
20110065318 COAXIAL PLUG-CONNECTOR PART WITH THERMAL DECOUPLING - The invention relates to a coaxial plug connector element comprising a metal union nut that is arranged in a rotatable manner on a metal outer conductor and can be screwed onto the external thread of the counter plug connector element. Means for the thermal decoupling of the plug connector element are provided on the inside of the device.03-17-2011
20110065316END-PROCESSING METHOD OF COAXIAL CABLE AND END-PROCESSING STRUCTURE OF COAXIAL CABLE - To provide an end-processing structure of a coaxial cable, in which a catching engagement less liable to invite damage is achieved, a high tensile strength can be obtained, and also the reliability can be enhanced. A folded braid portion 03-17-2011
20110104942MULTIPLE-POSITION MODULAR CONNECTOR EMPLOYING SHIELDED OR FILTERED SIGNAL CONDUCTORS FOR REDUCING ELECTRICAL NOISE - A multiple-position modular connector (jack, plug or both) includes a rigid insulating body and a set of spaced-apart coaxial conductors carried by the body. Each coaxial conductor has a mating end at a mating portion of the body providing electrical connection between the inner signal conductor and a corresponding conductor of a mating modular connector. A conductive structure extends between the outer shield conductors of the coaxial conductors and a reference contact at an outer surface of the body to provide a high-frequency ground for the outer shield conductors. In another aspect, a modular connector includes a printed circuit board carried by an insulative body and employing some combination of well-matched conductive paths and filtering circuitry such as common-mode coils or “chokes”. Electrical traces of the printed circuit board may include ground/reference traces interspersed among signal traces to provide shielding and uniform electrical characteristics to the signal traces. Filtering circuitry when present is disposed on the PC board along the signal traces and acts to reduce the level of common-mode signal components reaching the mating contacts from the cable.05-05-2011
20100173521STEP UP PIN FOR COAX CABLE CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable connector includes a step up pin that engages the center conductor of a coax cable to increase the diameter of the center conductor to thereby make it more manageable. The pin is stored with the connector until the pin and connector are affixed to a coax cable.07-08-2010
20120122339COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A surface mount type coaxial connector 05-17-2012
20110117776Integrally Conductive And Shielded Coaxial Cable Connector - The coaxial cable connector has a coupler, a post, and a ring that prevent interfaces from gapping and provide a robust alternative ground path that also RF shields the connector from both ingress and egress. The ring is disposed in between and engages at least a portion of a groove in the body and at least a portion of the channel in the coupler, radial movement of the coupler causes the axial movement of the body relative to the terminal.05-19-2011
20090130900Coaxial Cable Connector For Corrugated Cable - A coaxial cable connector is provided for attachment to a corrugated coaxial cable. The coaxial cable connector includes a clamping member with at least two projections configured to engage the outer corrugated conductor where the corrugated conductor has a diameter that is the smallest. The coaxial cable connector also includes seals to protect the coaxial cable connector from the elements. An alternative embodiment includes a third projection to engage the outer corrugated conductor to provide support for the coaxial cable.05-21-2009
20120164879COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector includes a terminal, an insulating housing for receiving the terminal therein, and a shell for receiving the insulating housing therein. The terminal includes a carrier plate; two contacts correspondingly provided at their facing sides with two concaved areas for electrically connecting with an external round-shaped conductor; and a first and a second fastening plate for fastening to a core wire of a cable. The two contacts and the first and second fastening tabs are oriented toward the same direction. With the above arrangements, the coaxial connector can be easily assembled and have reduced assembly height, the first and second fastening plates are in direct contact with the core wire to securely fasten the same to the terminal, and the contact area between the contacts and the external round-shaped conductor is increased, ensuring good electrical signal transmission via the coaxial connector.06-28-2012
20120129390ULTRASONIC WELD COAXIAL CONNECTOR AND INTERCONNECTION METHOD - A coaxial connector for interconnection with a coaxial cable with a solid outer conductor by ultrasonic welding is provided with a monolithic connector body with a bore. An annular flare seat is angled radially outward from the bore toward a connector end of the connector; the annular flare seat open to the connector end of the connector. The flare seat may be provided with an annular flare seat corrugation.05-24-2012
20120129389FRICTION WELD COAXIAL CONNECTOR AND INTERCONNECTION METHOD - A coaxial connector for interconnection with a coaxial cable with a solid outer conductor by friction welding is provided with a monolithic connector body with a bore. A sidewall of the bore is provided with an inward annular projection angled toward a cable end of the bore. A sidewall of the inward annular projection and the sidewall of the bore form an annular friction groove open to a cable end of the bore. The annular friction groove is dimensioned with a taper at a connector end of the friction groove less than a thickness of a leading end of the outer conductor. The taper provides an annular material chamber between the leading end of the outer conductor, when seated in the friction groove, and the connector end of the friction groove.05-24-2012
20120129388Laser Weld Coaxial Connector and Interconnection Method - A coaxial connector for interconnection with a coaxial cable with a solid outer conductor by laser welding is provided with a monolithic connector body with a bore. A sidewall of the bore is provided with an inward annular projection angled toward a cable end of the bore. A sidewall of the inward annular projection and the sidewall of the bore form an annular laser groove open to a cable end of the bore. The annular laser groove is dimensioned with a taper at a connector end of the laser groove less than a thickness of a leading end of the outer conductor. The taper provides an annular material chamber between the leading end of the outer conductor, when seated in the laser groove, and the connector end of the laser groove.05-24-2012
20120214340HIGH FREQUENCY INTERFACE AND CONNECTING DEVICE FOR CONNECTING A HIGH-FREQUENCY CABLE TO THE HIGH FREQUENCY INTERFACE - A connecting device for connecting a high-frequency (HF) cable, in particular a coaxial cable, to an HF interface, in particular a coaxial plug-in connector or hollow conductor, wherein the connecting device has a sleeve, which is formed at a first axial end for plugging with a connection part of the HF interface and at a second end axially opposite the first end for connecting to the HF cable, wherein a surface of the sleeve, which faces the connection part of the HF interface in the plugged state of the sleeve and the connection part of the HF interface, is provided with at least one first groove in the axial direction, wherein at least one cylindrical pin is provided for engaging in at least one first groove.08-23-2012
20120214339BLIND MATE INTERCONNECT AND CONTACT - A coaxial interconnect and contact are provided. The coaxial contact is patterned to define a plurality of openings along its longitudinal length. An inner surface of the contact may circumferentially engage an outer surface of a mating contact, wherein such engagement causes at least a portion of the contact to flex radially outwardly. The contact may also flex in the longitudinal or axial direction.08-23-2012
20120077376Plug-In Connector for Connecting to a Coaxial Cable - A cable assembly includes a coaxial cable and a plug-in connector. The cable has inner and outer conductors and an insulation layer between the conductors. The connector has first and second tubular components. The first tubular component is inserted between the insulation layer and the outer conductor at a free end section of the cable and the second tubular component is connected to the first tubular component and encloses the outer conductor whereby the plug-in connector is connected to the cable. The second tubular component forms a sleeve that opens toward the free end section of the cable.03-29-2012
20120171894CABLE CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable connector for coupling a coaxial cable to a mating connector includes a connector body having a forward end and a rearward cable receiving end for receiving a cable. A nut is rotatably coupled to the forward end of the connector body. An annular post is disposed within the connector body, the post having a forward flanged base portion disposed within a rearward extent of the nut, the forward flanged base portion having a forward face. A biasing element is attached to the forward flanged base portion of the post and includes a deflectable portion extending outwardly in a forward direction beyond the forward face of the post shoulder portion.07-05-2012
20120214338CONNECTOR HAVING CO-CYLINDRICAL CONTACT BETWEEN A SOCKET AND A CENTER CONDUCTOR - A connector comprising a main body having a first end and a second end, the main body configured to receive a prepared coaxial cable, a contact having a socket, the socket disposed within the main body and configured to receive a center conductor of the coaxial cable, and an insulator disposed within the main body, the insulator body having a first end and a second end, wherein a resultant contact between the socket and the center conductor is substantially co-cylindrical. Furthermore, an associated method is also provided.08-23-2012
20100048057METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR TRANSFERRING DIGITAL PACKET-BASED DATA - In accordance with a disclosed example method, a first coaxial port is connected to a connector casing. The first coaxial port is connectable to a first section of coaxial cable and the first port to receive digital packet-based data from a first device. A second coaxial port is connected to the connector casing. The second coaxial port is connectable to a second section of coaxial cable. A first impedance is electrically connected to the first coaxial port. The first impedance located in the connector casing. A second impedance is electrically connected to the second coaxial port. The second impedance is located in the connector casing and is different from the first impedance to create an impedance imbalance between the second port and the second section of the coaxial cable.02-25-2010
20100273350HIGH FREQUENCY CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - A connector assembly includes a signal array of a plurality of conductors, each conductor including at least one inner conductive element and an outer conductive element. A connector body has a front surface and the inner and outer conductive elements are electrically presented proximate the front surface in a generally co-planar arrangement. The inner and outer conductive elements terminate in a face surface that is raised above the front surface of the connector body. A compressible interface element has a plurality of conductive elements embedded in a compressible, electrically insulative medium. The interface element is positionable against the face to be compressed between the signal array and a signal bearing component to pass signals between the signal array and the signal-bearing component.10-28-2010
20100273349TOOL-FREE COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A tool-free coaxial connector includes an outer sleeve, an inner sleeve coaxial with the outer sleeve, and an annular tooth provided around an inner wall surface of the inner sleeve. The inner sleeve can receive a central conductor and an insulating spacer of the coaxial cable therein, and the outer sleeve can receive a braided metal sheath and an insulating sheath of the coaxial cable therein. When a stripped free end of the coaxial cable is inserted into the coaxial connector, the inner sleeve is forced into between the insulating spacer and the braided metal sheath, and the annular tooth is tightly engaged with the insulating spacer; and when the coaxial cable is rearward pulled, the inner sleeve is rearward moved from a first to a second position and the insulating sheath of the coaxial cable is pressed against an annular rib in the outer sleeve.10-28-2010
20100304607VERY HIGH POWER CONNECTOR - The present invention relates to a coaxial connector comprising: 12-02-2010
20100304606CABLE CONNECTOR WITH SUPPORTED CENTER CONDUCTOR CONTACT - A cable connector for a coaxial cable includes at one end a basket with circumferentially spaced fingers extending generally axially toward the other end of the cable connector. The fingers define a cavity that is positioned in surrounding relation to a inner conductive pin. Disposed in the cavity is a cylindrical collar which engages an inner wall of the fingers, along a substantial portion of their length, so as to bias them radially outwardly and prevent stresses that may otherwise occur when the fingers are inserted into the inner conductor of a coaxial cable.12-02-2010
20120190236VANDAL PROOF NMO ANTENNA MOUNT - An antenna mount is provided including a contact pin having first and second distal ends, a barrel encasing the contact pin, a base encasing the barrel, a terminal lug press fit within a cross-section of the base, and a set screw receptacle disposed in a portion of the base for receiving a set screw to secure an antenna to the base. The first and second distal ends of the contact pin extend past first and second distal ends of the barrel, the first distal end of the contact pin extends past a first distal end of the base, and a second distal end of the base surrounds the second distal end of the pin.07-26-2012
20110124222MICRO ENCAPSULATION SEAL FOR COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTORS AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A coaxial cable connector comprising a connector body, a tubular inner post configured to receive a coaxial cable and a clamping member, whereby at least one surface of the coaxial cable connector is coated with microcapsules creating an adhesive material. An adhesive layer is pre-applied to defined components of the coaxial cable connector in their pre-assembled configuration to avoid increased labor for the connector installer and to ensure a minimal but uniform layer of the microencapsulated adhesive is present on the desired connector components. When the coaxial cable is inserted into and clamped within the coaxial cable connector, the microcapsules are ruptured by the resulting pressure. This results in an adhesive bond forming between the coaxial cable and the connector to create a secure, mechanical bond and moisture seal.05-26-2011
20100297875COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR HAVING ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY MEMBER - A coaxial cable connector comprising a connector body; a post engageable with connector body, wherein the post includes a flange; a nut, axially rotatable with respect to the post and the connector body, the nut having a first end and an opposing second end, wherein the nut includes an internal lip, and wherein a second end portion of the nut corresponds to the portion of the nut extending from the second end of the nut to the side of the lip of the nut facing the first end of the nut at a point nearest the second end of the nut, and a first end portion of the nut corresponds to the portion of the nut extending from the first end of the nut to the same point nearest the second end of the nut of the same side of the lip facing the first end of the nut; and a continuity member disposed within the second end portion of the nut and contacting the post and the nut, so that the continuity member extends electrical grounding continuity through the post and the nut is provided.11-25-2010
20130171868Ground Spring with Strain Relief - A ground spring for receiving a ground end of a high-frequency test probe is described. The ground spring includes a generally annular base portion, and a number of elongated spring fingers extending from the base portion. The fingers extend generally radially inwardly from the base portion and have inner end faces that together define a substantially circular opening in a center portion of the ground spring. Each of the fingers have a tapered shape including a wider base portion end and a narrower inner end portion Each of the fingers has a longitudinal axis that is aslant relative to a reference line extending from the center of the ground spring to a center of the base portion of each finger. BMA connectors including the ground spring and test and measurement devices are also described.07-04-2013
20080299823MULTI-CONNECTOR SET FOR SIGNAL TESTING - A multi-connector set for signal testing having a rectangular base seat installed with a fixed testing connector and two adjustable testing connectors provided at the two lateral sides of the fixed testing connector for adjusting spaces of them from the fixed testing connector. The fixed and the adjustable testing connectors each has an SMA female connector, the base seat has on its bottom a cylindrical shank that has a bottom protecting cylinder to be moved up and down by protruding and retracting or be rotated or tilted, and each fixed and each adjustable testing connector has at its bottom a probe which further has a secondary female probe moving up and down by protruding and retracting; the secondary female probe has a bottom recess to be slipped over a probe at the center of an I-PEX connector. Thereby, multiple microwave electric circuits can be tested at one time to save time; and insertion holes on the bottoms of the fixed and the adjustable testing connector can be correctly slipped over the central probe of the I-PEX connector every time, this can increase the correctness of tested results.12-04-2008
20110008998Interleaved Outer Conductor Shield Contact - A spring contact for a coaxial connector includes a first ring provided with a plurality of spring fingers extending toward a connector end of the first ring and a second ring provided with a plurality of spring fingers extending toward a connector end of the second ring. The first ring and the second ring are nested together. The spring contact may be manufactured, for example, by stamping a pre-form ring from a planar metal sheet and then bending the spring fingers extending radially inward from an inner diameter of the pre-form ring to extend towards a connector end of the resulting spring contact.01-13-2011
20110045694COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A connector for use in attaching a coaxial cable includes a conducting body having a pair of insulators mounted at the ends of the conducting body. The insulators support the ends of a center pin formed from a conducting material. The ends of the center pin can include contact structures having pairs of front and back contact leaves defining pin-shaped connectors that each provide an area of increased surface contact with a center conducting wire of the coaxial cable to enable larger and more consistent current flows and enhanced radio frequency return loss for the connector.02-24-2011
20120270439COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR HAVING A COLLAPSIBLE PORTION - A coaxial cable connector is configured to connect a coaxial cable to a mating connector. The coaxial cable connector includes a connector body having a forward end and a rearward end opposite the forward end, the rearward end configured to receive a coaxial cable; an annular post disposed at least partially within the connector body; and a sleeve configured to be received within the connector body and movable from a first position to a second position relative to the connector body. The sleeve includes a collapsible portion configured to collapse radially inward in an asymmetric fashion toward the post as the collapsible sleeve is moved from the first position to the second position.10-25-2012
20120270438CONNECTOR CONTACT FOR TUBULAR CENTER CONDUCTOR - A contact assembly for connecting a cable connector to a tubular center conductor of a coaxial cable includes a contact pin, a core insert, and a guided insert. The contact pin includes a proximal end, an opposing distal end, and an intermediate segment therebetween. The contact pin defines a first internal cavity on the proximal end having an inner diameter. The contact pin further includes a central bore extending from the first internal cavity into the intermediate segment. The core insert includes a proximal end, an opposing distal end, and a support section therebetween. The support section includes an axial section having a diameter greater than the distal end, and the distal end is configured for coupling with the central bore of the contact pin. The guided insert includes a body having a proximal end, an opposing distal end, and defines a central cavity at least on the distal end. The central cavity has an inner diameter smaller than the diameter of the core insert support section.10-25-2012
20110237125STATUS SENSING AND REPORTING INTERFACE - A status sensing and reporting interface is provided. The interface includes one of an interface port or an adapter. Each of the interface port and adapter include: a body; a coupling circuit positioned within the body and configured to sense an electrical signal flowing through the status sensing interface; and an electrical parameter sensing circuit positioned within the body and configured to sense a parameter of the electrical signal flowing through the status sensing interface and a physical condition of the connection between the status sensing interface and a connector to which the status sensing interface is operatively coupled.09-29-2011
20110237124Digital, Small Signal and RF Microwave Coaxial Subminiature Push-on Differential Pair System - The differential pair system includes a push-on high frequency differential interconnect and push-on high frequency differential connector. The system allows for blind mating of the two components, using a keying system for the two electrical conductors to be axially and radially aligned.09-29-2011
20110237123Digital, Small Signal and RF Microwave Coaxial Subminiature Push-on Differential Pair System - The differential pair system includes a push-on high frequency differential interconnect and push-on high frequency differential connector. The system allows for blind mating of the two components, using a keying system for the two electrical conductors to be axially and radially aligned.09-29-2011
20110237122MULTIPLE COAXIAL CONNECTOR - The present disclosure relates to a multiple coaxial connector (09-29-2011
20120322303BIASING CONNECTOR - A biasing connector (12-20-2012
20120094532CONNECTOR HAVING A CONSTANT CONTACT NUT - A connector comprising a connector body attached to a post, the post including a first end portion and an opposing second end portion, and a flange proximate the second end portion, a port coupling element rotatably attached to the post, wherein the port coupling element has a first end and a second end, and a plurality of openings on the port coupling element, the plurality of openings extending a distance toward the first end from the second end of the port coupling element. Furthermore, a method of maintaining ground continuity in a connector comprising the steps providing a connector body attached to a post, the post having a first end, an opposing second end, and port coupling element having a plurality of openings positioned thereon, and biasing the port coupling element in a position of interference with the post is also provided.04-19-2012
20120094531CONNECTOR HAVING ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY ABOUT AN INNER DIELECTRIC AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A connector having a conductive member is provided, wherein the conductive member electrically couples a dielectric and a post, thereby establishing electrical continuity about an inner dielectric throughout the connector. Furthermore, the conductive member facilitates grounding through the connector, and renders an electromagnetic shield preventing ingress of unwanted environmental noise.04-19-2012
20100233904ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH RELEASABLE LOCKING CLIP - An electrical connector includes first and second connector members each having respective complementary connecting elements, with the second connector member having an annular insert adapted for tight-fitting insertion in an annular recess of the first connector member. Attached to the second member is a circular spring having inwardly directed resilient tines which engage an outer surface of the second member for coupling the two connector members together in a locked manner. Attached to and disposed about the first member is a fixed apertured outer sleeve and the movable combination of an apertured inner sleeve and a release sleeve. Insertion of the flat blade of a tool into an aligned pair of outer and inner apertures, followed by rotation of the tool, causes its blade to displace the release sleeve into engagement with the spring, bending its tines and releasing the two connector members from one another.09-16-2010
20100233903INNER CONDUCTOR END CONTACTING COAXIAL CONNECTOR AND INNER CONDUCTOR ADAPTER KIT - A coaxial connector is provided with a connector body dimensioned to couple with the outer conductor, an insulator supporting an inner contact coaxial within a bore of the connector body. A spring contact may be positioned to contact an end of the inner conductor. Alternatively, an adapter may be mountable in an adapter bore of the inner contact, the adapter bore open to a cable end of the inner contact. The spring contact mountable within the adapter bore, the spring contact biasing the adapter against an end of the inner conductor.09-16-2010
20100233902JUMPER SLEEVE FOR CONNECTING AND DISCONNECTING MALE F CONNECTOR TO AND FROM FEMALE F CONNECTOR - A jumper sleeve for connecting and disconnecting a male F connector to and from a female F connector includes a wrench portion and a grip portion. The wrench portion has a leading end, a trailing end, and a hollow main body located between the leading end and the trailing end. The main body of the wrench portion internally has a hexagonally shaped portion corresponding to a shaped outer surface of a rotatable connecting ring of the male F connector. The grip portion has a rear end and a front end connected to the trailing end of the wrench portion, and has a plurality of circumferentially spaced externally convex sections, each of which has a radially inward key formed near the rear end thereof. The jumper sleeve provides greater mechanical advantage to produce sufficient torsion force, enabling easy installation and removal of the male F connector.09-16-2010
20100233901CO-AXIAL PUSH-PULL PLUG-IN CONNECTOR - An RF plug connector having a plug head on which a sliding sleeve is seated which can be rotated, can be moved axially and clasps a radially elastic collet (09-16-2010
20110244723CONNECTION STRUCTURE OF COAXIAL HARNESS - A connection structure of a coaxial harness includes a coaxial harness, a ground bar, and a substrate. The coaxial harness includes a plurality of coaxial cables lined up. The coaxial cable includes a center conductor, an inner insulator, an outer conductor, and a jacket. The inner insulator and the outer conductor and the jacket are placed at an outer side of the center conductor in an order of the inner insulator, the outer conductor, and the jacket. The ground bar sandwiches a plurality of the outer conductor exposed at an end terminal part of the coaxial harness. The substrate is provided with a ground bar connection terminal and a center conductor connection terminal group. The ground bar connection terminal is connected with the ground bar. The center conductor connection terminal group includes an alignment of a center conductor connection terminal connected respectively to the center conductor.10-06-2011
20090137150Terminal structure for coaxial cable - A terminal structure for a coaxial cable includes a casing having a passage defined axially therethrough and a plurality of stops extend from an inner periphery of the passage. An axle has a connection end and a plurality of protrusions extend from an outer periphery of the connection end. The connection end of the axle is inserted into the passage and the protrusions are stopped by the stops. A non-conductive material is filled in a partition of the passage and connects the axle and the casing. The non-conductive material is filled in the partition of the passage by way of injection.05-28-2009
20120329319Bending Coaxial Electrical Connector - A bending coaxial electrical connector is disclosed which comprises a center terminal, a dielectric body and an outer conductor wherein the cover section of the outer conductor is provided with a protrusion projecting to the tubular section by means of which a corresponding bump is stamped out from the dielectric body which is then pressed against a center conductor of the coaxial cable disposed on the connecting section so as to form a secure connection between the center conductor of the coaxial cable and the connecting section of the center terminal of the coaxial electrical connector. The electrical connector in the present invention is advantageous in that the various structures described above can firmly maintain the center conductor at a predetermined position on the center terminal, the consistency and stability of the characteristic impedance of the connection is therefore achieved.12-27-2012
20120100751METHOD AND ASSEMBLY FOR CONNECTING A COAXIAL CABLE END TO A THREADED PORT - An assembly for connecting a coaxial cable end to a threaded port and having a fitting to which an end of a coaxial cable can be connected. A nut, joined to the fitting, has a first set of threads and is turnable in a tightening direction around a central axis of the connecting assembly to progressively engage the first set of threads with a second set of threads on a port. The nut has an outer surface at which a first edge, facing circumferentially in a first direction, is defined. A sleeve surrounds the nut and has a body with a first reconfigurable finger extending in a circumferential direction and upon which a second edge, facing circumferentially oppositely to the first direction, is defined. The second edge is brought into bearing engagement with the first edge as the sleeve is turned in the tightening direction around the central axis so that the nut follows movement of the sleeve. The sleeve is movable continuously relative to the nut around the central axis in a loosening direction.04-26-2012
20100022121COAXIAL CABLE DEBRAIDING AND COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR SEATING TOOL - Coaxial cable debraiding and coaxial cable connector seating tool enables a person to rapidly debraid coaxial cable braided shielding from coaxial cable dielectric and fully seat coaxial cable connector onto stripped coaxial cable without directly contacting braiding or coaxial cable connector with person's fingers. Cavities in tool match diameter and maximum depths of coaxial cable conductor, dielectric and coaxial cable connector and/or coaxial cable connector rotation aid. Inserting stripped coaxial cable into the tool having cavities that match the coaxial cable dimensions and rotating the tool with respect to the cable, the braiding is thus parted from the dielectric in preparation for seating. By placing the coaxial cable connector in alignment with the axis of the tool and cable and pressing the tool along the axis of the cable, the coaxial cable connector is thus fully seated on the cable and is fully prepared for crimping.01-28-2010
20130012062COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - A coaxial cable connector is provided. The connector includes a main body, the main body configured to receive a prepared coaxial cable, a contact having a through bore, a pin having a protrusion and a socket, the through bore configured to receive the protrusion, the socket disposed within the main body and configured to receive a center conductive strand of the coaxial cable, a first insulator body disposed within the main body, the first insulator body, an outer conductor engagement member, a compression member, wherein advancing the compression member to axially advance the outer conductor engagement member also axially advances the center conductive strand into the socket, axially advances the protrusion of the pin into the through bore, and axially advances the outer conductive layer of the coaxial cable to achieve an operational state of the connector.01-10-2013
20130023151COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR WITH CONDUCTIVE SEAL - A coaxial cable connector for connection to a terminal includes inner and outer spaced concentric sleeves configured to cooperate in retaining an end of a coaxial cable, at least one of the inner and outer sleeves having a flange at its forward end and a coupling member configured to draw the flange toward an end of the terminal. The coupling member and the flange have confronting surface portions therebetween. The connector further includes an annular electrically conductive member disposed between the confronting surface portions for establishing conductivity between the coupling member and the flange when the coupling member and the flange are drawn into proximity with one another.01-24-2013
20080254675COAXIAL CABLE - A coaxial cable (10-16-2008
20080248688SURE-GRIP RCA-TYPE CONNECTOR AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A sure-grip RCA-type coaxial cable connector is provided, wherein the connector comprises a connector body having an external surface upon which at least two gripping rings are securely located. Friction-enhancing surface features are positioned upon at least a portion of the external surface of the connector body between at least two of the gripping rings. Sure-grip fastening of the connector to an interface port is provided by gripping the connector so as to engage the gripping rings and the friction-enhancing surface features while maneuvering the connector onto an interface port.10-09-2008
20080233796Plug or Coupler of Coaxial Plug-In Connection in a Waterproof Embodiment - Disclosed is a plug (09-25-2008
20080227333OUTLET ADD-ON MODULE - A method and an apparatus for upgrading an existing service outlet (e.g. LAN, telephone, power or CATV outlet) in a house by adding functionality thereto. The functionality is added by an add-on module, connected electrically and secured mechanically to the existing outlet. Several attachment devices are exampled, including surface attachment, side clamping, snap locking, strap securing and fastening screws. The add-on module may include a service connector for retaining the basic existing outlet function. The module may be attached in a permanent way or by using a detachable solution.09-18-2008
20080227332Insertion-Connected Connector - The invention relates to a plug connector (09-18-2008
20130178096QUICK MOUNT CONNECTOR FOR A COAXIAL CABLE - A post-less coaxial cable connector includes a body, a shell, a compression ring, and a coupling portion. The shell has a collapsible groove that, when the post-less coaxial cable connector is axially compressed, collapses and engages the coaxial cable. This provides pull strength and electrical communication in the post-less coaxial cable connector. The compression ring has projections, that when the post-less coaxial cable connector is axially compressed, engage the coaxial cable jacket, providing sealing at the back end and rotation torque.07-11-2013
20090061682COAXIAL CONNECTOR HAVING DETACHABLE LOCKING SLEEVE - A connector is provided for terminating coaxial cable. The connector includes a connector body having a cable receiving end and an opposed connection end. A locking sleeve is provided in detachable, re-attachable snap engagement with the insertion end of the connector body for securing the cable in the connector body. The cable may be terminated to the connector by inserting the cable into the locking sleeve or the locking sleeve may be detachably removed from the connector body and the cable inserted directly into the cable body with the locking sleeve detached subsequently.03-05-2009
20130115812CONTINUITY MAINTAINING BIASING MEMBER - A post having a first end, a second end, and a flange proximate the second end, wherein the post is configured to receive a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric of a coaxial cable, a connector body attached to the post, a coupling element attached to the post, the coupling element having a first end a second end, and a biasing member disposed within a cavity formed between the first end of the coupling element and the connector body to bias the coupling element against the post is provided. Moreover, a connector body having a biasing element, wherein the biasing element biases the coupling element against the post, is further provided. Furthermore, associated methods are also provided.05-09-2013
20130115810COAXIAL CONNECTOR PLUG - An outer conductor has a substantially cylindrical shape extending in an axial direction. A center conductor has a substantially cylindrical shape extending in the axial direction, and is provided inside the outer conductor. An insulator fixes the center conductor relative to the outer conductor. The center conductor is provided with a hole that communicates with the inside and the outside of the center conductor. The insulator extends, via the hole, to the inside of the center conductor from the outside.05-09-2013
20130115809CONTINUITY PROVIDING PORT - A port for providing electrical continuity to a coaxial cable connector comprising an outer housing having a first end and a second end, the outer housing configured to terminate a coaxial cable connector at one or both of a first end and a second end, and a biasing member disposed within the outer housing to bias a post of the coaxial cable to extend continuity between the port and a mated connector is provided. Furthermore, an associated method is also provided.05-09-2013
20130115811CONTINUITY MAINTAINING BIASING MEMBER - A post having a first end, a second end, and a flange proximate the second end, wherein the post is configured to receive a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric of a coaxial cable, a connector body attached to the post, a coupling element attached to the post, the coupling element having a first end a second end, and a biasing member disposed within a cavity formed between the first end of the coupling element and the connector body to bias the coupling element against the post is provided. Moreover, a connector body having a biasing element, wherein the biasing element biases the coupling element against the post, is further provided. Furthermore, associated methods are also provided.05-09-2013
20130102188CONNECTOR HAVING A NUT-BODY CONTINUITY ELEMENT AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A connector having a nut-body continuity element is provided, wherein the nut-body continuity element electrically couples a nut and a connector body, thereby establishing electrical continuity between the nut and the connector body. Furthermore, the nut-body continuity element facilitates grounding through the connector, and renders an electromagnetic shield preventing ingress of unwanted environmental noise.04-25-2013
20130102189CONNECTOR HAVING A NUT-BODY CONTINUITY ELEMENT AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - A connector having a nut-body continuity element is provided, wherein the nut-body continuity element electrically couples a nut and a connector body, thereby establishing electrical continuity between the nut and the connector body. Furthermore, the nut-body continuity element facilitates grounding through the connector, and renders an electromagnetic shield preventing ingress of unwanted environmental noise.04-25-2013
20130102187Closed Entry Din Jack and Connector with PCB Board Lock - The present invention provides a DIN jack including a dielectric shroud defining a closed entry lead-in that helps prevent damage caused by a bent or misaligned signal pin of a mating DIN plug without adversely affecting the performance of the DIN connector. The present invention also provides a board lock feature that may be used to hold a DIN jack securely to a circuit board during the manufacturing process.04-25-2013
20130130542COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTION MODULE, MULTIPOLE CONNECTOR FOR COAXIAL CABLE, AND MULTIPOLE COMPOSITE CONNECTOR - A coaxial cable connection module including a body; a first signal terminal including a first flat signal contact face; a first ground terminal including a first flat ground contact face; a second signal terminal including a second flat signal contact face; and a second ground terminal including a second flat ground contact face. The first signal contact face and the first ground contact face are arranged, on the first surface of the body, in parallel with each other with a predetermined pitch defined therebetween. The second signal contact face and the second ground contact face are arranged, on the second surface of the body opposite to the first surface, in parallel with each other with the predetermined pitch defined therebetween. The first signal contact face is located opposite to the second ground contact face. The first ground contact face is located opposite to the second signal contact face.05-23-2013
20130130541ELECTRICAL SIGNAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes a locknut having an annular locating flange, a core tube for receiving the copper core, inner dielectric insulator and aluminum foil shield of a coaxial cable and supporting the braided metal wrapper and outer plastic sheath of the coaxial cable, a casing surrounding the core tube and having first and second tubular deformable portions and a vertical rear stop edge, and a barrel mounted on the casing between the first tubular deformable portion and the locknut and having a tapered inner surface portion and movable to compress the first and second tubular deformable portions against the coaxial cable and the core tube and an annular front stop edge for stopping a crimping tool used to crimp the casing.05-23-2013
20130203287PORT ASSEMBLY CONNECTOR FOR ENGAGING A COAXIAL CABLE AND AN OUTER CONDUCTOR - A port assembly comprising an outer housing having a first end and a second end, wherein the outer housing is configured to receive a coaxial cable through the second end, wherein the outer housing is configured to mate with a coupling member of a corresponding coaxial cable connector, a clamp disposed within the outer housing, the clamp including a first compression surface, a second compression surface, wherein the second compression surface opposingly corresponds to the first compression surface, and wherein the first compression surface and the second compression surface cooperate via axial compression to secure an outer conductor of the coaxial cable is provided. Furthermore, an associated method is also provided.08-08-2013
20130143437COAXIAL CONNECTOR PLUG AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF - An outer conductor portion includes an outer conductor and a pair of outer terminals. The outer conductor is formed into a substantially cylindrical shape extending in the z-axis direction. The outer terminals are drawn toward the positive z-axis direction side of the outer conductor. In a plan view in the z-axis direction, the outer terminals are each bent in a direction outwardly from the outer conductor, and face each other across the outer conductor. An insulator has two sides, an upper surface in contact with a positive z-axis direction-side end portion of the outer conductor, and a lower surface in contact with the outer terminals at the sides, and thereby is nipped by the outer conductor portion in the z-axis direction. A central conductor is attached to the insulator, and is provided in a region surrounded by the outer conductor.06-06-2013
20130143438COAXIAL CABLE CONTINUITY DEVICE - A jumper sleeve configured to be installed on an outer side of a male F-connector to facilitate easy connection of and maintain ground continuity across the male F-connector and a female F-connector. In one embodiment, a conductive element is installed on an inner surface of the jumper sleeve and conductively engages an outer surface of the male F-connector to maintain ground continuity across the male and female F-connectors.06-06-2013
20110230093Coaxial Connector with Cable Diameter Adapting Seal Assembly and Interconnection Method - A coaxial connector for interconnection with a coaxial cable provided with a connector body and a clamp ring dimensioned to couple with a cable end of the connector body. The clamp ring and the connector body provided with a bore along a longitudinal axis therethrough. A gasket with a radially inward protrusion coupled to an inner diameter of the clamp ring. An outer diameter sidewall of the radially inward protrusion and an inner diameter sidewall of the gasket forming an annular gasket groove open to a connector end of the clamp ring. An annular shim seated within the bore; the shim contacting the gasket groove, biasing the radially inward protrusion radially inward, as the clamp ring is advanced toward the connector body along the longitudinal axis.09-22-2011
20110275243RF PLUG CONNECTOR, RF RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR, AND RF CONNECTOR - Provided is an RF plug connector which includes: a conductive terminal portion; and an annular conductive coaxial portion that is arranged around the terminal portion, wherein a pair of conductive lead portions extending in the same direction is provided at the outer circumference of the coaxial portion, the terminal portion comprises a lead portion that is arranged between the pair of lead portions so as to be parallel to an extension direction thereof, and impedance control is performed by adjusting the distance between the lead portion of the terminal portion and the lead portions of the coaxial portion.11-10-2011
20130149896SIGNAL CONTINUITY CONNECTOR - A male coaxial cable connector includes spring with tines and a fastener wherein the spring is housed by the fastener and distal ends of the spring tines are arranged to provide a spring mouth.06-13-2013
20100317225CONNECTOR SLEEVE AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - Disclosed herein is a connector sleeve includes a first rib portion consisting essentially of a first material, and a second web portion consisting essentially of a second supple material and attached to the first rib portion to define the sleeve. The second supple material is softer and more elastic than the first material, and the sleeve is dimensioned to circumferentially surround a revolving portion of a connector in an interference fit such that rotation of the sleeve causes rotation of the revolving portion.12-16-2010
20130157504COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector includes a center contact and a board contact coupled to the center contact that is terminated to a circuit board. An outer contact has a cavity that receives the center contact and board contact. The outer contact has a separable interface end mated to a mating connector and a terminating end mounted to the circuit board. A circuit board mount is coupled to the terminating end and electrically connects the outer contact to the circuit board. A dielectric insert is received in the cavity and includes a bore that receives and holds either the center contact or the board contact. The dielectric insert has structural features extending axially along an exterior of the dielectric insert with air gaps being defined between the structural features. The structural features engage the outer contact to secure the dielectric insert in the cavity.06-20-2013
20130157505COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector including a socket contact having a mating end, a terminating end, and a central contact axis extending therebetween. The socket contact includes a contact wall that extends around the contact axis and defines a contact cavity. The contact wall has a wall edge at the mating end that defines a contact opening to the contact cavity. The coaxial connector also includes a dielectric insert that holds the socket contact. The dielectric insert includes a mating face that has an insert opening providing access to the bore. The dielectric insert includes a body portion that surrounds the socket contact and a hood portion that defines the insert opening. The hood portion projects radially inward from the body portion so that the hood portion covers the wall edge. The hood portion is configured to direct a pin contact of a mating connector into the contact cavity.06-20-2013
20130157506COUPLING SYSTEM FOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - An electrical connector assembly that comprises a first connector member supporting a first contact and has a first interface end that defines a first tapered surface, and a second connector member supporting a second contact and has a second interface end that mates with the first interface end. The second interface end has a second tapered surface. The first and second tapered surfaces have substantially the same angle of taper and taper in opposite directions to engage one another to form a friction fit. A coupling member is mounted near one of the interface ends and has an external engagement member that is configured to engage a corresponding external engagement member. A biasing member is disposed in an annular receiving area. The coupling member is movable between an unlocked position when the external engagement members are not engaged and a locked position when the external engagement members are engaged.06-20-2013
20130157503COAXIAL CONNECTOR - A coaxial connector includes a center contact electrically connected to a conductor of a cable. The center contact extends along a contact axis oriented generally perpendicular to an axis of the conductor of the cable. An outer contact has a cavity and the center contact is disposed in the cavity. The outer contact has a separable interface end and a terminating end. The separable interface end and terminating end are oriented generally perpendicular to one another. A dielectric insert is received in the cavity. The dielectric insert has a bore that receives and holds the center contact. The dielectric insert has structural features extending axially along an exterior of the dielectric insert, with air gaps defined between the structural features. The structural features engage the outer contact to secure the dielectric insert in the cavity.06-20-2013
20130183856CENTER CONDUCTOR ENGAGEMENT MECHANISM - A center conductor engagement member comprising a resilient contact region having a first end and a second end, the resilient contact region being substantially curvilinear from the first end to the second end, wherein the second end of the resilient contact region is secured by a body portion, and an insert engageable with the second end of the resilient contact region to retain the second end of the resilient contact region is provided. Furthermore, an associated method is also provided.07-18-2013
20120021645COAXIAL CONNECTOR WITH INNER SHIELDING ARRANGEMENT AND METHOD OF ASSEMBLING ONE - Externally insulated coaxial connector (01-26-2012
20120021644COAXIAL INSPECTION CONNECTOR AND RECEPTACLE - This disclosure provides a coaxial inspection connector that is connectable to and disconnectable from a receptacle, the receptacle including an external conductor, a fixed terminal, and a movable terminal that is in pressed contact with the fixed terminal from below. Housing includes an end portion that contacts the external conductor. A probe extends vertically in the end portion. The probe is insulated from the housing, and includes a plunger. The plunger includes a plunger body and a tip. The plunger body contacts the fixed terminal when the external conductor contacts the end portion. The tip is an insulating portion disposed at a lower end of the plunger. The tip pushes the movable terminal downward and separates the movable terminal from the fixed terminal when the external conductor contacts the end portion.01-26-2012
20120021643ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FOR PROVIDING ELECTRICAL POWER TO AN ANTENNA - An electrical connector is provided for terminating an electrical cable having an insulated conductor surrounded by a ground shield. The electrical connector includes a housing, an electrical contact held by the housing, an inner ferrule configured to extend between the ground shield and the insulated conductor of the electrical cable, and an outer ferrule extending around the inner ferrule such that the ground shield of the electrical cable extends between the inner and outer ferrules when the electrical connector terminates the electrical cable. A rear cover is connected to the housing. The rear cover extends around and compresses the outer ferrule such that the ground shield of the electrical cable is captured between the inner and outer ferrules when the electrical connector terminates the electrical cable.01-26-2012
20120021642PORT SEIZING CABLE CONNECTOR NUT AND ASSEMBLY - A coaxial cable connector includes a connector body having a first end and a second end, a coupling nut freely rotatable and disposed in relation to the first end of the connector body and a post having a first end and a second end, the post further including a open-ended port retaining portion. The coupling nut includes an internal threaded portion and is disposed in overlaying relation relative to the port retaining portion, which is configured for engaging an external port. The port retaining portion defines a locking collet that prevents loosening of the engaged port, while still guaranteeing electrical continuity without requiring excessive tightening of the connector.01-26-2012
20130196539Electronics Packaging Assembly with Dielectric Cover - An electronics package assembly includes a housing having an opening and defining an internal cavity. The electronic package assembly further includes a printed circuit board assembly sealing and covering the opening of the housing, the printed circuit board assembly having an internal side facing the internal cavity and an opposing external side. The printed circuit board assembly includes a dielectric substrate and a conductive layer bonded to the dielectric substrate. The printed circuit board assembly further includes a surface-mounted electronic device electromechanically coupled to the conductive layer, the surface-mounted device positioned within the internal cavity of the housing.08-01-2013
20120295477ELECTRICAL COAXIAL CONNECTOR - Coaxial connector comprising a signal contact member having a connecting terminal portion and a contacting terminal portion, a grounding contact member having an annular engaging portion for engaging with an outer contact member of a mating coaxial connector and a shell portion extending from the annular engaging portion to be connected with an outer conductor of a coaxial cable, and a housing for supporting the signal contact member and the grounding contact member. The connecting terminal portion of the signal contact member is positioned at the outside of the annular engaging portion of the grounding contact member to be connected with a core conductor of the coaxial cable and the contacting terminal portion of the signal contact member is positioned at the inside of the annular engaging portion of the grounding contact member for coming into contact with a central contact member of the mating coaxial connector.11-22-2012
20120058673COAXIAL CONNECTOR HAVING DETACHABLE LOCKING SLEEVE - A connector is provided for terminating coaxial cable. The connector includes a connector body having a cable receiving end and an opposed connection end. A locking sleeve is provided in detachable, re-attachable snap engagement with the insertion end of the connector body for securing the cable in the connector body. The cable may be terminated to the connector by inserting the cable into the locking sleeve or the locking sleeve may be detachably removed from the connector body and the cable inserted directly into the cable body with the locking sleeve detached subsequently.03-08-2012
20120064765Coaxial Connector Interconnection Cap - A coaxial connector is combined with an inner conductor interconnection cap, for interconnection with a coaxial cable. The interconnection cap is provided with a bore adapted to seat upon and circumferentially contact an outer diameter of the inner contact and an outer diameter of the inner conductor. The interconnection cap extends along the inner contact to cover at least a contact portion at a cable end of the inner contact to enclose an interconnection between the inner conductor and the inner contact. Sealant may be applied to the interconnection to improve seal performance and the dimensions and materials of the interconnection cap may be adjusted to modify characteristic impedance for return loss optimization with respect to specific coaxial cables.03-15-2012
20120302093ASSEMBLY OF A LOW-NOISE BLOCK CONVERTER AND A FILTER FOR A SATELLITE ANTENNA SYSTEM, AND CONNECTING COMPONENT THEREOF - An assembly of a low-noise block converter and a filter for a satellite antenna includes a low-noise block converter, a filter, and a connecting component. The low-noise block converter includes an output circuit, and the filter includes a filtering circuit. The connecting component includes a sleeve part for engaging threadedly the low-noise block converter and the filter, and a core extending through the sleeve part and interconnecting electrically the output circuit and the filtering circuit. By virtue of the sleeve part of the connecting component, connection between the low-noise block converter and the filter can be reinforced to reduce interference. The sleeve part can also serve as a ground circuit between the low-noiseblock converter and the filter so as to shorten a ground path, thereby reducing signal loss.11-29-2012
20130095695ULTRASONIC WELD INTERCONNECTION COAXIAL CONNECTOR AND INTERCONNECTION WITH COAXIAL CABLE - A coaxial connector for interconnection with a coaxial cable with a solid outer conductor by ultrasonic welding is provided with a monolithic connector body with a bore. An annular flare seat is angled radially outward from the bore toward a connector end of the connector, the annular flare seat open to the connector end of the connector. An inner conductor cap is provided for interconnection with an inner conductor of the coaxial cable by ultrasonic welding. The ultrasonic welding of each of the inner and outer conductor interconnections may be performed via inner conductor and outer conductor sonotrodes which are coaxial with one another, without requiring the cable and or connector to be removed from their fixture.04-18-2013
20120094533COAXIAL CABLE END CONNECTOR - The present invention relates to a coaxial cable end connector, which includes an insulating housing, a signal terminal, and a shielding housing. The insulating housing includes a hollow hole, a terminal cavity, and an insulating plate. The signal terminal is disposed in the terminal cavity. The signal terminal includes a flat portion, wherein the flat portion of the signal terminal is electrically connected with an end of an internal conductive wire of the coaxial cable. A through hole is formed on a central region of the flat portion of the signal terminal, and two limiting pillars is disposed around an edge of the through hole of the signal terminal for positioning the internal conductive wire of the coaxial cable. The shielding housing includes a circular portion and a cover, wherein the circular portion of the shielding housing surrounds the insulating housing.04-19-2012
20120094530CONNECTOR HAVING A CONTINUITY MEMBER - A coaxial cable connector comprising a connector body attached to a post, wherein the post includes a flange, a port coupling element rotatable about the post, and a continuity member positioned within a cavity, the cavity being located on an outer surface of the flange of the post, wherein the continuity member establishes and maintains electrical and physical contact between the post and the port coupling element. Furthermore, an associated method for maintaining ground continuity with a coaxial cable port is also provided.04-19-2012
20120094529Coaxial connector with shielding shell - The present invention relates to a coaxial connector, more particularly relates to a coaxial connector with shielding shell that comprises a main body, a flat portion connected to the main body and a wire holder on the rear end of the flat portion. The main body includes a pair of holding arms and a receiving hole for receiving the cylinder portion of the insulating housing. The flat portion has a front end and a back end, the front end receives the cylinder portion and supports the main body after the main body being bent toward to the flat portion, and there is a cavity formed in the center of the back end through bending over a cover plate, the bending arms bend inward to cover the insulating housing and holding arms from outside.04-19-2012

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