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KR20160008952A
KR20160008952A KR1020150075381A KR20150075381A KR20160008952A KR 20160008952 A KR20160008952 A KR 20160008952A KR 1020150075381 A KR1020150075381 A KR 1020150075381A KR 20150075381 A KR20150075381 A KR 20150075381A KR 20160008952 A KR20160008952 A KR 20160008952A
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    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R12/00Structural associations of a plurality of mutually-insulated electrical connecting elements, specially adapted for printed circuits, e.g. printed circuit boards [PCBs], flat or ribbon cables, or like generally planar structures, e.g. terminal strips, terminal blocks; Coupling devices specially adapted for printed circuits, flat or ribbon cables, or like generally planar structures; Terminals specially adapted for contact with, or insertion into, printed circuits, flat or ribbon cables, or like generally planar structures
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    • H01R12/71Coupling devices for rigid printing circuits or like structures
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R13/00Details of coupling devices of the kinds covered by groups H01R12/70 or H01R24/00 - H01R33/00
    • H01R13/648Protective earth or shield arrangements on coupling devices, e.g. anti-static shielding  
    • H01R13/658High frequency shielding arrangements, e.g. against EMI [Electro-Magnetic Interference] or EMP [Electro-Magnetic Pulse]
    • H01R13/6581Shield structure
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R13/00Details of coupling devices of the kinds covered by groups H01R12/70 or H01R24/00 - H01R33/00
    • H01R13/66Structural association with built-in electrical component
    • H01R13/719Structural association with built-in electrical component specially adapted for high frequency, e.g. with filters

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The present invention provides an electronic connector which integrates connectors by using a unified device in a manufacturing process of a well-known technique, in order to expand a technique of bidirectional insertion with a USB connector of a various forms and improve convenience of usage and manufacture. The electronic connector includes: a transmission conductor group including spring contacts in two rows which are to be inserted into a connector female part in a normal direction and a reverse direction; a transmission conductor pin group formed on the rear surface of the transmission conductor group and arranged in one row; a circuit board electrically connected to the transmission conductor pin group; a shielding housing accommodating the transmission conductor group; and an inclined cover unit extended from the shielding housing to shield the transmission conductive pin group. The contacts of the transmission conductor group are formed in the two rows for a connection method which is performed in a bidirectional method between a male part and a female part for insertion in the normal direction and the reverse direction. The transmission conductor pin group is arranged in one row to maintain the convenience for manufacture.

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ELECTRONIC CONNECTOR

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to an electronic connector for a data processing apparatus, and more particularly, to an electronic connector for a data processing apparatus, To an electronic connector capable of being inserted into a female portion of a connector to provide convenience in manufacture and use.

The prosperity of the electronics industry is mostly accompanied by the demand for connectors for almost all electronic products. USB (Universal Serial Bus), which is most commonly used in the market, is the standard interface specification of the connector defined by the association. These specifications are the most commonly used, and the improvements derived from the connectors vary. The simplest and easiest of these various improvements is the bidirectional connection of the connector. Because the coupling between male and female portions of the connector is generally permitted in a fixed direction, male and female connectors are often inserted in opposite directions due to various factors such as carelessness during operation of the user. This unexpected situation can result in electrical shorting where the terminal pins of the connector are damaged or even the electronic device is destroyed. Thus, bidirectional insertion connectors proposed by manufacturers require increased convenience and usability.

However, these improvements are limited to the USB 2.0 specification. And with the rapid development of modern technology, connectors are making progress every day. Connectors such as USB2.0, USB3.0, Type-A and Type-B must be developed with upgrading of hardware specifications and improvement of transmission speed. However, this bi-directional insertion only applies to USB 2.0 and is not suitable for more advanced connectors.

Accordingly, the present inventors and related companies are aiming to overcome the above problems and overcome the problems of the bidirectional insertion connector.

In view of the problems as described above, the present invention can be used to extend the technology of bidirectional insertion with various types of USB connectors and to integrate connectors with a unitary device in the manufacturing process of known techniques in order to improve ease of use and manufacturing aspects To provide an electronic connector.

A principal object of the present invention is to maintain solderability by means of one row of insertion and transfer conductor pin groups in the connector arm portion in both the normal direction and the reverse direction by spring contacts of two rows of the transfer conductor group. In addition, the inclined lid and two shields are used to shield the transmission conductor group to reduce electro magnetic interference and radio frequency interference.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a transmission conductor group comprising two rows of spring contacts for insertion into a connector arm portion in a normal direction and in a reverse direction, A transmission conductor group brazed to the circuit board, and a shielding housing for receiving the transmission conductor group, and an inclined lid extending from the shielding housing for shielding the transmission conductor pin group Structure.

By virtue of the manufacturing steps of the manufacturing aspect of the present invention, the two rows of transferring conductor groups are separated by the first shielding and positioned on the top and bottom surfaces, respectively, in order to reduce ease of assembly and mutual interference. And, the groups of conductive conductor pins located on the back side of the two thermal transfer conductor groups are collectively arranged on one side of the circuit board to facilitate operation on the manufacturing side. And finally, the inclined lid shields the group of transmission conductor pins to further block the noise inside and outside of the second enclosure.

So the user can have the convenience of insertion in both directions and not worry about the direction of insertion. And, the present invention provides a protection method for suppressing noise while using it without unnecessary concern.

The above-described advantages can be achieved by overcoming the problems of the conventional bidirectional insertion connector in which the application range of the connector is poor and the manufacturing process is difficult by the above-described technique.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a transmission conductor group comprising two rows of spring contacts for insertion into the arm portion of the connector in the normal direction and in the opposite direction thereof; A transmission conductor pin group formed on the rear surface of the transmission conductor group and arranged in one column; A circuit board electrically connected to the transmission conductor pin group; A shielding housing for accommodating the transmission conductor group therein; And an inclined lid extending from the shielding housing to shield the transmission conductor pin group.

Wherein the upper row of the transmission conductor groups comprises a pair of first power transmission conductors and a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of first power transmission conductors and a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first power transmission conductor A pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors and a pair of first data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors and a pair of first data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors, A pair of power transmission conductors, and a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors arranged between the pair of third power transmission conductors,

 The lower row of the transmission conductor groups comprises a pair of second power transmission conductors and a pair of second differential signal transmission conductors arranged between the pair of second power transmission conductors and a second signal transmission conductor arranged on one side of the pair of second power transmission conductors, A second pair of transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors spaced apart from the pair of second power transmission conductors and a pair of second data transmission conductors arranged between the pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors, A pair of fourth power transmission conductors, and a pair of fourth differential signal transmission conductors arranged between the pair of fourth power transmission conductors.

The upper row of the transmission conductor groups includes a pair of first power transmission conductors and a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of first power transmission conductors and a pair of first power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of first power transmission conductors 1 signal conditioning transmission conductor, a pair of first data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors and a pair of first data transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first signal conditioning transmission conductor away from the first power transmission conductor, A pair of transmission conductors and a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors arranged between the pair of third power transmission conductors,

 The lower row of the transmission conductor groups includes a pair of second power transmission conductors and a pair of second differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of second power transmission conductors and a pair of second power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of second power transmission conductors, A pair of fourth power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors away from the pair of second power transmission conductors and a pair of fourth power transmission conductors arranged between the pair of fourth power transmission conductors, A pair of transmission conductors may be included.

And the upper row of the transmission conductor groups comprises a pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of a pair of first power transmission conductors, and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged between a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors A pair of first data transmission conductors and a pair of third power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first signal conditioning transmission conductor away from the pair of first power transmission conductors,

 The bottom row of the transmission conductor groups includes a pair of second power transmission conductors, a pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of second power transmission conductors, a pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged between the pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors A pair of transmission conductors, and a fourth pair of power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the second signal conditioning transmission conductor away from the pair of second power transmission conductors.

And the upper row of the transmission conductor groups comprises a pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of first power transmission conductors, and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged between the pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors A pair of first data transmission conductors and a pair of third power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors away from the first power transmission conductors,

 The bottom row of the transmission conductor group includes a pair of second power transmission conductors, a pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of second power transmission conductors, and a second signal conditioning transmission conductor And a pair of fourth power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of conductors.

The shielding housing may include a first shielding enclosure formed integrally with the transmission conductor group and a second shielding enclosure enclosing the transmission conductor group.

In the electronic connector,

A transmission conductor group comprising a row of spring contacts for insertion into a connector arm portion in a normal direction or in a reverse direction; A transmission conductor pin group formed on the rear surface of the conductor group and arranged in a single row; A circuit board electrically connected to the transmission conductor pin group; A shielding housing for accommodating the transmission conductor group therein; And an inclined lid extending from the shielding housing to shield the transmission conductor pin group.

Then, the transmission conductor group,

A pair of first power transmission conductors and a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first power transmission conductors, A pair of first data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of signal conditioning transmission conductors, a pair of third power transmission conductors arranged on one side of a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors away from a pair of first power transmission conductors, And a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of transmission conductors.

Then, the transmission conductor group,

A pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of a pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors, And a pair of third power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first signal conditioning transmission conductor away from the one power transmission conductor.

Then, the transmission conductor group,

A pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of first power transmission conductors, and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first signal conditioning transmission conductor, A pair of power transmission conductors may be included.

In addition, the shielding housing may include a first shielding enclosure and a second shielding enclosure enclosing the transmission conductor group and receiving the transmission conductor group.

The foregoing objects and schemes provide only a brief introduction to the present invention.

A complete understanding of the invention itself and the objects of the invention will be apparent to those skilled in the art and the following detailed description and claims should be read with reference to the accompanying drawings. Throughout the specification and drawings, the same reference numerals denote the same or similar parts.

Many other advantages and features of the present invention will become apparent to those skilled in the art with reference to the detailed description and the accompanying drawings, which are illustrated by way of illustration of preferred structural and exemplary embodiments implementing the idea of the present invention.

According to an embodiment of the present invention, an electronic connector for integrating connectors into a unitary device by expanding the technology of bidirectional insertion with various types of USB connectors and improving the usability and manufacturing convenience .

Solderability can be maintained by one row of the inserting and transferring conductor pin groups in the connector arm portion in both the normal direction and the opposite direction by the spring contacts of the two rows of the transferring conductor group.

In addition, it is possible to shield the transmission conductor group in order to reduce electromagnetic interference and radio frequency interference by using the inclined lid and two shield boxes.

1 is a perspective view of a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a perspective view showing two rows of fins of a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
3 is another perspective view showing two rows of fins of a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
4 is a side view of a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
5 is a front view of a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
6 is a first plan view of a transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention.
7 is a first bottom view of a transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention.
8 is a second bottom view of the transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention.
9 is a second plan view of a transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention.
10 is a third bottom view of the transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention.
11 is a fourth bottom view of a transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention.
12 is a first plan view of a transmission conductor of still another embodiment of the present invention.
13 is a second plan view of a transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention.
14 is a third plan view of the transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention.
15 is a first schematic diagram illustrating an arrangement of a wire extension of yet another additional embodiment of the present invention.
16 is a second schematic diagram illustrating the arrangement of a wire extension of yet another additional embodiment of the present invention.
17 is a third schematic diagram illustrating an arrangement of a wire extension of yet another additional embodiment of the present invention.

The following description is merely illustrative embodiments and is not intended to limit the scope, application, or form of the invention in any manner. Moreover, the description set forth below provides a convenient description for practicing the exemplary embodiments of the invention. The described embodiments are capable of various changes in the functionality and arrangement of elements without departing from the scope of the invention as set forth in the appended claims.

1 is a perspective view of a preferred embodiment of the present invention, FIG. 2 is a perspective view of two rows of pins in a preferred embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 3 is a cross- Fig. The figures clearly show the electronic connector 1 according to the invention.

As shown in the drawings, the electronic connector 1 according to the present invention includes:

A transmission conductor group 2 comprising two rows of spring contacts and provided for insertion into the arm portion of the connector in the normal or reverse direction;

A transmission conductor pin group 21 formed in the rear of the transmission conductor group 2 and arranged in a single row;

A circuit board (4) electrically connected to the transmission conductor pin group (21);

A shielding housing (3) accommodating therein the transmission conductor group (2);

The shielding housing 3 includes a first shielding case 32 integrally formed around the transmission conductor group 2 and a second shielding case 33 formed integrally with the transmission conductor group 2,

And an inclined lid portion 31 extending from the shielding housing 3 to shield the transmission conductor pin group 21.

FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing pins in two rows in a preferred embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing pins in two rows in the preferred embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 3 is another perspective view showing two rows of pins, Fig. 4 is a side view, and Fig. 5 is a front view. The figures clearly illustrate the combination of the arrangements described above.

As shown, the transmission conductor group 2 comprises two rows of spring contacts having an upper row and a lower row. Which are separated from each other by the first shielding case 32 to form the transmission conductor group 2 in which the upper and lower rows do not interfere with each other. The convenience of electrical connection is provided through free insertion in the normal direction or the reverse direction by the user's operation.

In addition, the transmission conductor group 2 is received in the second shield box 33, and the inclined lid 31 shields the transmission conductor pin group 21. The effect of separating the inside and the outside of the electronic connector 1 with the two shielding boxes 32 and 33 according to the present invention enables effective suppression of Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI) and Radio Frequency Interference (RFI).

In the manufacture of the present invention, since the transfer conductor pin groups 21 located on the rear side of the transfer conductor group 2 are arranged in a single row on the circuit board 4, the manufacturing side work requires pre- Can be performed in such a way that manual manipulation errors of the connection can be eliminated.

The arrangement of the first shielding box 32 makes it possible to stabilize the arrangement of the transmission conductor groups 2 in an indirect manner. Thus, the present invention provides convenience in terms of manufacturing and use.

6 is a first plan view of a transmission conductor according to another embodiment of the present invention, Fig. 7 is a first bottom view of a transmission conductor according to another embodiment of the present invention, Fig. 8 is a cross- Fig. 9 is a second plan view of the transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention, Fig. 10 is a third bottom view of the transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention, Fig. 11 is a cross- Fig. 4 is a fourth bottom view of the transmission conductor of another embodiment. The figures clearly show that the functionality provided by the present invention, which allows insertion in the arm portion of the connector in the normal direction and in the opposite direction, can be applied to USB connectors of various sizes. That is, the technology provided by the present invention can be applied to various standards including USB 3.0 and USB 2.0, and the present invention can be applied to the case where insertion is performed in the normal direction and the reverse direction May be changed to provide a USB interface specification in consideration of other specifications for the USB interface specification.

Figures 6 and 7 illustrate one USB interface specification. 6, the upper row of the transmission conductor group 2a includes a pair of first power transmission conductors 221a, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors 241a, a pair of third power transmission conductors 223a, A pair of first data transmission conductors 251a arranged between a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors 231a and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors 241a arranged between the pair of first power transmission conductors 221a, And a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors 233a arranged between the pair of third power transmission conductors 223a.

7, the lower row of the transmission conductor group 2a includes a pair of second power transmission conductors 222a, a pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors 242a, and a pair of fourth power transmission conductors 224a, A pair of second data transmission conductors 252a arranged between a pair of second differential signal transmission conductors 232a arranged between a pair of two power transmission conductors 222a and a pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors 242a, And a pair of fourth differential signal transmission conductors 234 arranged between the pair of fourth power transmission conductors 224a.

8, regarding the above-described USB pin arrangement, the second pair of data transmission conductors 252a are shifted to provide two USB interfaces having mutually different specifications for the top and bottom surfaces.

When the first pair of differential signal transmission conductors 231a, the pair of second differential signal transmission conductors 232a, the pair of third differential signal transmission conductors 233a and the pair of fourth differential signal transmission conductors 234a are moved 9 and 10, another USB interface standard is provided, taking into consideration the normal direction and the directional insertion of the insertion in the opposite direction. In a similar manner, the second pair of data transmission conductors 252a belonging to the lower row of the transmission conductor group 2a of Fig. 10 can be shifted to provide different arrangements of two USB interfaces different from each other for the normal direction and its reverse insertion And its arrangement is shown in Figs. 9 and 11, respectively.

Referring to Figures 12-14, Figures 12-14 are a first plan view of a transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention, a second plan view of a transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention, a transmission conductor of another embodiment of the present invention Fig. The figures show that the use of the present invention is not limited to the normal direction and bi-directional insertion in the opposite direction. As shown in FIG. 12, the transmission conductor group 2b is arranged by completely removing the bottom row, and includes a first pair of power transmission conductors 221a, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors 241b, Arranged between a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors 231b arranged between a pair of power transmission conductors 223b and a pair of first power transmission conductors 221b and a pair of first signal regulation transmission conductors 241b, Way interleaved USB interface specification including a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors 233b arranged between a pair of first data transmission conductors 251b and a pair of third power transmission conductors 223b . However, it still retains the advantages of the easy assembly described above, protects its unwanted reverse insertion, and suppresses the noise is good.

13 shows an example in which a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors 231b and a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors 233b can also be shifted. In FIG. 14, only a pair of first power transmission conductors 221b, Only one pair of three power transmission conductors 223b, and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors 241b are preserved. 13 and 14 show the USB interface specifications of the one-directional insertion.

15 is a first schematic view showing an arrangement of a wire extension of still another additional embodiment of the present invention, Fig. 16 is a second schematic view showing an arrangement of a wire extension of yet another additional embodiment of the present invention, Fig. And Figure 17 is a third schematic diagram illustrating an arrangement of wire extensions of yet another additional embodiment of the present invention. The figures show an electronic connector 1c having a rear end of a wire extending in various ways in accordance with the invention. FIG. 15 shows a configuration of a UDP (User Datagram Protocol), FIG. 16 shows a configuration of a wire form, and FIG. 17 shows a configuration of a plate form.

Accordingly, the present invention provides an electronic connector 1 that provides the following core technology for overcoming the prior art.

(One)  The insertion of the connector male portion into the connector arm portion including the contacts in the two rows is considered for both the normal direction and the reverse direction.

(2)  The arrangement of one row of transfer conductor pin groups 21 is used to improve operation on the manufacturing side.

(3)  The features of insertion in the normal direction and in the opposite direction are applicable to connectors of various sizes.

It will also be appreciated that the combination of each of the above-described components or two or more of the components is capable of applications that are useful in the types described above and in other ways.

While the novel features of the invention have been illustrated, described, and set forth in the appended claims, it will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various omissions, substitutions, alterations, and changes It will be understood that the present invention is not limited to the above description

1, 1c: Electronic connector
2, 2a: Transmission conductor group
21: Transmission conductor pin group
221a, 221b: a pair of first power transmission conductors
222a: a pair of second power transmission conductors
223a, 223b: a pair of third power transmission conductors
224a: Fourth power transmission conductor pair
231a, 231b: a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors
232a: 2nd differential signal transmission conductor pair
233a, 233b: a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors
234a: Fourth differential signal transmission conductor pair
241a, 241b: a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors
242a: a second signal conditioning transmission conductor pair
251a, 251b: first data transmission conductor pair
252a: a pair of second data transmission conductors
3: Shielding housing
31: inclined cover portion
32: 1st shielding
33: Second shielding
4: circuit board

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A transmission conductor group comprising two rows of spring contacts for insertion into the arm portion of the connector in the normal direction and in the opposite direction;
A transmission conductor pin group formed on the rear surface of the transmission conductor group and arranged in a single row;
A circuit board electrically connected to the transmission conductor pin group;
A shielding housing for accommodating the transmission conductor group therein; And
And an inclined lid extending from the shielding housing to shield the transmission conductor pin group.
The method according to claim 1,
Wherein the upper row of the group of transmission conductors comprises a pair of first power transmission conductors and a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of the first power transmission conductors and a pair of second differential signal transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first power transmission conductors A pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors and a pair of first data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of said first signal conditioning transmission conductors and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors spaced apart from said pair of first power transmission conductors A pair of arranged third power transmission conductors and a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of said third power transmission conductors,
Wherein the lower row of the transmission conductor groups comprises a pair of second power transmission conductors and a pair of second differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of the second power transmission conductors and a pair of second power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of second power transmission conductors And a pair of second data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of said second signal conditioning transmission conductors and a pair of said second signal conditioning transmission conductors spaced apart from said pair of said second power transmission conductors A pair of fourth power transmission conductors, and a pair of fourth differential signal transmission conductors arranged between the pair of fourth power transmission conductors.
The method according to claim 1,
The upper row of the group of transmission conductors comprises a pair of first power transmission conductors and a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of the first power transmission conductors and a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of first power transmission conductors A pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors, a pair of first data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of said first signal conditioning transmission conductors, and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of said first signal conditioning transmission conductor away from said first power transmission conductor And a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of said third power transmission conductors,
Wherein the lower row of the transmission conductor groups comprises a pair of second power transmission conductors and a pair of second differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of the second power transmission conductors and a pair of second power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of second power transmission conductors A pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors, a pair of fourth power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors away from the pair of second power transmission conductors, and a pair of second power steering transmission conductors And an array of fourth differential signal transmission conductors.
The method according to claim 1,
The top row of the group of transmission conductors includes a pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of a pair of the first power transmission conductors, and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors And a pair of third power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first signal conditioning transmission conductor away from the pair of first power transmission conductors,
Wherein the lower row of the transmission conductor groups comprises a pair of second power transmission conductors, a pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of a pair of the second power transmission conductors and a pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged between a pair of the second signal conditioning transmission conductors A pair of second data transmission conductors and a pair of fourth power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the second signal conditioning transmission conductor away from the pair of second power transmission conductors.
The method according to claim 1,
The top row of the transmission conductor group includes a pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of first power transmission conductors, and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors And a pair of third power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors away from the first power transmission conductors,
Wherein the lower row of the transmission conductor groups comprises a pair of second power transmission conductors, a pair of second signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of second power transmission conductors, Lt; RTI ID = 0.0 > 1 < / RTI > signal conditioning transmission conductor.
3. The method of claim 2,
Wherein the shielding housing includes a first shielding enclosure integrally formed with the transmission conductor group and a second shielding enclosure integrally formed to receive the transmission conductor group.
The method of claim 3,
Wherein the shielding housing includes a first shielding enclosure integrally formed with the transmission conductor group and a second shielding enclosure integrally formed to receive the transmission conductor group.
5. The method of claim 4,
Wherein the shielding housing includes a first shielding enclosure integrally formed with the transmission conductor group and a second shielding enclosure integrally formed to receive the transmission conductor group.
6. The method of claim 5,
Wherein the shielding housing includes a first shielding enclosure integrally formed with the transmission conductor group and a second shielding enclosure integrally formed to receive the transmission conductor group.
In the electronic connector,
A transmission conductor group comprising a row of spring contacts for insertion into a connector arm portion in a normal direction or in a reverse direction;
A transmission conductor pin group formed on the rear surface of the conductor group and arranged in a single row;
A circuit board electrically connected to the transmission conductor pin group;
A shielding housing for accommodating the transmission conductor group therein; And
And an inclined lid extending from the shielding housing to shield the transmission conductor pin group.
11. The method of claim 10,
The transmission conductor group includes:
A pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first differential signal transmission conductors arranged between a pair of said first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of said first power transmission conductors, A pair of first data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of said first signal conditioning transmission conductors and a pair of third power transmission conductors arranged on one side of said pair of said first signal conditioning transmission conductors away from said pair of said first power transmission conductors And a pair of third differential signal transmission conductors arranged between the pair of third power transmission conductors.
11. The method of claim 10,
The transmission conductor group includes:
A pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first data transmission conductors arranged between a pair of the first signal conditioning transmission conductors, And a pair of third power transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first signal conditioning transmission conductor away from the first power transmission conductor.
11. The method of claim 10,
The transmission conductor group includes:
A pair of first power transmission conductors, a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the pair of first power transmission conductors, and a pair of first signal conditioning transmission conductors arranged on one side of the first signal conditioning transmission conductor away from the pair of first power transmission conductors And a pair of third power transmission conductors.
12. The method of claim 11,
Wherein the shielding housing includes a first shielding enclosure integrally formed with the transmission conductor group and a second shielding enclosure integrally formed to receive the transmission conductor group.
13. The method of claim 12,
Wherein the shielding housing includes a first shielding enclosure integrally formed with the transmission conductor group and a second shielding enclosure integrally formed to receive the transmission conductor group.
14. The method of claim 13,
Wherein the shielding housing includes a first shielding enclosure integrally formed with the transmission conductor group and a second shielding enclosure integrally formed to receive the transmission conductor group.
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