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Number: 385
Name: Optical waveguides >
Description: GENERAL STATEMENT OF THE CLASS SUBJECT MATTER










Class Number Class Name No. of Patents
385/134

Accessories

1507
385/140

Attenuator

655
385/138

Bushing structure (e.g., penetrator)

261
385/136

External retainer/clamp

873
385/137

Fiber holder (i.e., for single fiber or holding multiple single fibers together)

1163
385/139

Plug/termination device

621
385/135

Splice box and surplus fiber storage/trays/organizers/ carriers

1759
385/4

Directional optical modulation within an optical waveguide

399
385/7

Acousto-optic

229
385/8

Electro-optic

752
385/9

Coupling between waveguides

329
385/10

Diffraction grating (e.g., bragg)

405
385/5

Light intensity dependent (e.g., nonlinear effects)

203
385/6

Magneto-optic

108
385/122

Having nonlinear property

1039
385/141

Having particular optical characteristic modifying chemical composition

1237
385/144

Of waveguide cladding

429
385/145

Organic

400
385/142

Of waveguide core

677
385/143

Organic

410
385/901

Illuminating or display apparatus

814
385/14

Integrated optical circuit

3974
385/147

Miscellaneous

1678
385/902

Nonbundle fiberscope devices

64
385/146

Noncyclindrical or nonplanar shaped waveguide

602
385/115

Optical fiber bundle

798
385/120

Fiber bundle plate

361
385/116

Imaging (i.e., with coherent fiber structure and includes shaping, enhancing, and correcting)

550
385/117

For fiber scope (endoscope)

341
385/118

With manipulator

71
385/119

With lens or mirror

270
385/121

Transition between geometric shapes

155
385/123

Optical fiber waveguide with cladding

2401
385/126

Utilizing multiple core or cladding

944
385/127

Concentric

1023
385/128

Where the second or further layer is a coating

809
385/125

Utilizing nonsolid core or cladding

697
385/124

With graded index core or cladding

889
385/133

Optical imaging tunnel

211
385/100

Optical transmission cable

1059
385/109

Loose tube type

479
385/110

Compartmentalized

206
385/111

Particular fiber orientation

180
385/112

Plural unit type

239
385/113

With strength member

489
385/114

Ribbon cable

592
385/102

Tightly confined (i.e., fiber tightly held inside the outer sheath)

417
385/105

Compartmentalized

154
385/103

Having a central strength member

269
385/104

Particular fiber orientation (e.g., helically wound, etc.)

191
385/106

Plural unit type (plural complete cables within a single outside sheath)

218
385/107

With armoring

214
385/108

Prestressed

48
385/101

With electrical conductor in the same cable

435
385/12

Optical waveguide sensor

1974
385/13

Including physical deformation or movement of waveguide

689
385/129

Planar optical waveguide

2423
385/130

Thin film optical waveguide

1558
385/132

Channel waveguide

1079
385/131

Multilayer structure (mixture)

1596
385/11

Polarization without modulation

1310
385/900

Solar collector or transmitter

68
385/1

Temporal optical modulation within an optical waveguide

800
385/2

Electro-optic

1191
385/3

Phase modulation type

796
385/53

With disengagable mechanical connector

1071
385/88

Optical fiber to a nonfiber optical device connector

2633
385/90

Fiber adjustable relative to device

463
385/91

Fiber permanently fixed after adjustment

351
385/89

Plural fiber/device connections

1270
385/92

With housing

2163
385/93

Including lens

917
385/94

Sealed from environment

624
385/76

Optical fiber/optical fiber cable termination structure

712
385/77

At or immediately surrounding an optical fiber end face

534
385/78

Fiber end held in ferrule

1057
385/80

Adhesively fixed

277
385/81

Compressively fixed (chuck, collet, crimp, set screw, etc.)

318
385/85

Fiber/ferrule further processed (grinding, polishing, etc.)

288
385/83

Groove-type holding structure

314
385/79

Lens-shaped ferrule

130
385/82

Plural rods or balls structure

86
385/84

Tube-type holding structure

321
385/86

Structure rearward of optical fiber end face to secure additional fiber or cable layers

286
385/87

Having at least one layer compressively fixed (e.g., crimp, tightening screws, etc.)

225
385/54

Structure surrounding optical fiber bundle-to-bundle connection

184
385/55

Structure surrounding optical fiber-to-fiber connection

588
385/56

Multi-part (e.g., two pieces screwed together or bayonet latched)

438
385/57

Magnetically actuated

59
385/58

With additional structure at or immediately surrounding each optical fiber end face

305
385/60

Fiber end held in ferrule

766
385/62

Compressively fixed (e.g., chuck, collet, crimp, set screws, etc.)

196
385/65

Groove-type holding structure

306
385/61

Lens-shaped ferrule

77
385/63

Plate-type holding structure (e.g., jewel)

72
385/64

Plural rods or balls structure

110
385/66

Tube-type holding structure

208
385/68

Capillary tubes

81
385/67

Eccentric arrangement

66
385/59

Plural fiber-to-fiber connections

559
385/69

With additional structure rearward of fiber joint to secure additional cable layers

163
385/75

With additional nonoptical structure

361
385/73

With additional optical element between facing fiber ends

298
385/74

Lens

204
385/70

With additional structure at or immediately surrounding each optical fiber end face

402
385/72

Fiber end held in ferrule

503
385/71

Plural fiber-to-fiber connections

300
385/15

With optical coupler

1961
385/31

Input/output coupler

2424
385/32

Coupling light through a waveguide bend or loop

544
385/38

End fire

319
385/37

Grating

3201
385/33

Lens

1970
385/34

Rod type

530
385/35

Spherical

287
385/36

Prism

494
385/25

Movable coupler

497
385/26

Slip ring

167
385/27

Particular coupling function

1410
385/28

Coupling between modes in a waveguide or fiber

786
385/29

Mode strippers

170
385/30

Evanescent wave coupling

461
385/39

Particular coupling structure

1724
385/44

"t" coupler or duplex coupler

154
385/45

"y" coupler

436
385/48

Access couplers, power tappers, or power dividers

474
385/42

Directional coupler

628
385/40

Electrodes on or near the coupling region

684
385/41

Directional coupler

215
385/49

Fiber to thin film devices

1117
385/47

Multiport coupler using reflective surface

687
385/46

Star coupler

470
385/43

Tapered coupler

1077
385/50

Waveguide to waveguide

1122
385/51

Permanently fixed coupler

368
385/24

Plural (e.g., data bus)

2972
385/16

Switch (i.e., switching from one terminal to another, not modulation)

2140
385/17

Matrix switch (i.e., m x n, where m and n are 3 or more)

1012
385/20

Multiple pole multiple throw

268
385/21

Double pole multiple throw

128
385/18

Reflective-type switch

1358
385/22

Single pole multiple throw (relay switch)

307
385/23

Single pole single throw

106
385/19

Stationary waveguides with movable opaque element

339
385/52

With alignment device

918
385/95

With splice (permanent connection)

379
385/97

Alignment of fiber ends prior to splicing

217
385/98

End-to-end (butt) coupling

294
385/96

Fusion splicing

412
385/99

Including splice joint reinforcement

326
 
 
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