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1031 Cottonwood Rd, Richmond, VA 23236    804-8970130   

1031 N Cottonwood Rd, Richmond, VA 23236    804-8970130   

7002 Hunt Club Ln, Richmond, VA 23228    804-2646948   

North Chesterfield, VA   

Cumberland, RI   

Providence, RI   

North Providence, RI   

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Road Crossing Assistant For Installing Optical Fiber Telephone Cable

US Patent:
7374149, May 20, 2008
Filed:
Aug 26, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/213586
Inventors:
James P. Dacey - Taunton MA,
Assignee:
Verizon New England Inc. - Boston MA
International Classification:
B66F 3/00
US Classification:
254134, 2541343 R
Abstract:
A road crossing tool to assist in, and enable, a one-person installation of fiber optic cable which must be connected to a utility pole first, before being connected to a house on the opposite side of the road. Since fiber optic cable is not readily spliced in the field, as compared to copper wire cable which is readily spliceable, the fiber cable is supplied pre-connectorized with fixed lengths. This causes slack, or un-necessary cable length, which must be stored at the building/house site rather than atop the utility pole. This tool permits the installer to have good visibility of the roadway after making the cable connection to the utility pole and prior to hoisting the cable to its intended elevated height over the roadway before making the cable connection to the house and storing the slack at the house. This eliminates the need for a two person installation which would otherwise be required.

Methods And Devices For The Installation Of The Fiber Optic Cable To A House Or Other Building Structure

US Patent:
7406241, Jul 29, 2008
Filed:
Apr 4, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/696517
Inventors:
Robert E. Opaluch - East Providence RI,
James P. Dacey - Taunton MA,
Assignee:
Verizon Laboratories Inc. - Waltham MA
Verizon New England Inc. - Boston MA
International Classification:
G02B 6/00
H02G 3/14
H05K 5/03
US Classification:
385135, 385134, 385147, 2541343 R, 174 50, 174 53, 174 56, 174 59, 174 66, 174 67, 174480, 174481, 174504
Abstract:
Methods and devices for the installation of a fiber optic cable to a house or other building structure are provided. The method may include identifying a preferred location of a customer through an indication left by the customer either on the interior side or exterior side of a wall, forming a through opening in the wall near or at the preferred location, and installing the in-wall termination device in the opening. The in-wall termination device may include a wall plate for attaching to an interior surface of the wall. The wall plate includes one or more connectors for receiving ends of cables extending from the exterior and connecting those cables to other cables extending through the interior of the building structure. The method may allow for the installation of the cable without requiring the presence of the customer or requiring access to the interior of the building structure.

Methods And Devices For The Installation Of The Fiber Optic Cable To A House Or Other Building Structure

US Patent:
8500099, Aug 6, 2013
Filed:
Jul 28, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/181105
Inventors:
Robert E. Opaluch - East Providence RI,
James P. Dacey - Taunton MA,
Assignee:
Verizon Patent and Licensing Inc. - Basking Ridge NJ
Verizon New England Inc. - Boston MA
International Classification:
H02G 1/08
US Classification:
2541343R, 2541343 FT
Abstract:
Methods and devices for the installation of a fiber optic cable to a house or other building structure are provided. The method may include identifying a preferred location of a customer through an indication left by the customer either on the interior side or exterior side of a wall, forming a through opening in the wall near or at the preferred location, and installing the in-wall termination device in the opening. The in-wall termination device may include a wall plate for attaching to an interior surface of the wall. The wall plate includes one or more connectors for receiving ends of cables extending from the exterior and connecting those cables to other cables extending through the interior of the building structure. The method may allow for the installation of the cable without requiring the presence of the customer or requiring access to the interior of the building structure.

Optical-Fiber Mechanical Splicing Technique

US Patent:
7316513, Jan 8, 2008
Filed:
Dec 30, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/320723
Inventors:
James P. Dacey - Taunton MA,
Assignee:
Verizon Corporate Services Group Inc. - New York NY
International Classification:
G02B 6/255
US Classification:
385 95, 385 98, 385 99, 65501
Abstract:
A portable optical-fiber cutter is used to slice a first optical-fiber at an advantageous angle to control reflections and at a suitable length to mate with a similar second optical-fiber that was pre-sliced at a complementary angle in the factory and configured as a receptacle for the first optical-fiber. This technique avoids the need for installation of two-ended, factory pre-connectorized optical-fiber cable and permits usage of a narrow-diameter protective “microduct” to enclose the optical fiber cable rather than requiring large-diameter protective duct to allow passage of a pre-connectorized connector there-through. Space is saved, particularly in large multi-unit apartment buildings where available space may be at a premium for large bundles of multiple optical cables. This technique also results in saving large amounts of technician-installer time when compared with the current time-consuming technique of fusion splicing.

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