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Inventor:
Lunk; Hans E.
Address:
Menlo Park, CA
No. of patents:
12
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5327513 Flat cable July 5, 1994
This invention relates to flat cables comprising a plurality of substantially parallel insulated conductors bonded to a polymeric substrate which has a melting point greater than 200.degree. C. and/or a thickness less than 2.5 mils (98 microns) and a method for the production of such
5276759 Flat cable January 4, 1994
This invention relates to flat cables comprising a plurality of insulated conductors bonded to a porous substrate. The porous substrate is impregnated with a polymeric material capable of bonding to the insulation of the conductors. The strength of the bond can be varied by varying the
5268531 Flat cable December 7, 1993
This invention relates to flat cables comprising a plurality of insulated conductors bonded to a metallic substrate. The metallic substrate is provided with a layer of polymeric material capable of bonding to the insulation of the conductors. The layer of polymeric material is bonded to
5248713 Stabilized polymeric compositions September 28, 1993
Compositions containing at least about 30% of a poly(alkylene terephthalate), at least about 3% of a polylactone, about 0.05% to about 10% of a carbodiimide and at least about 0.05% to about 10% of an aliphatic phosphite, all percentages being by weight based on the weight of the com
5059483 An electrical conductor insulated with meit-processed, cross-linked fluorocarbon polymers October 22, 1991
Shaped articles of cross-linked polymers comprising a first component having little or no cross-linking and high elongation, and a second component having a relatively high level of cross-linking and low elongation. Such articles are particularly useful in the form of electrical insu
4876116 Metal conductors with improved solderability October 24, 1989
When metal conductors are stored, especially in humid environments, their solderability decreases. The rate at which solderability decreases can be reduced by treating the conductor with a suitable surface active agent, particularly one which has an HLB (hydrophile-lipophile balance) num
4859836 Melt-shapeable fluoropolymer compositions August 22, 1989
Melt-shapeable polymeric compositions comprising a first fluoropolymer of relatively low crystallinity, e.g. a copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene and a perfluorinated comonomer, and a second fluoropolymer of relatively high crystallinity, especially a fluoropolymer obtained by irradiating
4624990 Melt-shapeable fluoropolymer compositions November 25, 1986
Melt-shapeable polymeric compositions comprising a first fluoropolymer of relatively low crystallinity, e.g. a copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene and a perfluorinated comonomer, and a second fluoropolymer of relatively high crystallinity, especially a fluoropolymer obtained by irradiating
4560829 Foamed fluoropolymer articles having low loss at microwave frequencies and a process for their m December 24, 1985
Foamed polymers having low loss at microwave frequencies are prepared through use of perfluorinated alkane foaming agents. The invention is particularly valuable for polymers which are melt-processed at high temperatures, especially fluoropolymers such as tetrafluoroethylene copolyme
4499438 High frequency attenuation core and cable February 12, 1985
Disclosed is a high frequency attenuation core and cable. The core includes a conductor surrounded by a high frequency energy absorbing medium, then surrounded by a dielectric, and then surrounded by an outer layer made from a material having a high complex dielectric constant. The cable
4486721 High frequency attenuation core and cable December 4, 1984
Disclosed is a high frequency attenuation core and cable. The core includes a conductor surrounded by a high frequency energy absorbing medium, then surrounded by a dielectric, and then surrounded by an outer layer made from a material having a high complex dielectric constant. The cable
4332855 Polymeric compositions June 1, 1982
New polymeric compositions based on polytetramethylene terephthalate (PTMT) polymers are disclosed. PTMT polymers are subject to embrittlement, especially at elevated temperatures and when a flame retardant is incorporated therein. This problem is substantially reduced by blending th










 
 
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