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Technical Papers

Challenges Associated with Electrical and Optical Cable Terminations and Connector Systems for the Drilling Industry – OTC Paper Number: OTC-25431-MS
Gary Brown & Karen Lewis, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – May 2014

 

Copper v Fiber System Design Considerations – Underwater Intervention 2011 Cable & Connector Workshop
Brad Fisher & Dave Jenkins, SEACON – January 2011

 

Enabling Technology: High Capacity Wet Mateable Optic Connection
Dave Jenkins & Matt Christiansen, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC

 

Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) Using Seismic Data – EAGE Workshop 2010
28 February to 3 March 2011, Trondheim, Norway

 

 Underwater Optical and Electrical Connector Systems, Technical Innovation – OTC Paper Number: OTC-17309-P
Craig Newell & Gary Brown, SEACON – May 2005

 

 Low-Cost, Miniature Connectors for Underwater Use on Homeland Security Applications
Gary Brown, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – 2005

 

Next Generation Electrical and Optical Cable Termination Systems for the Drilling Industry
Mike McKinley, SEACON, & Gary Brown, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – August 2004

 

Development, Testing and Track Record of Fiber-Optic, Wet-Mate, Connectors
Gary Brown, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – November 2003

 

Advancements in the Reduction of Size and Weight of Electrical and Optical Connectors for Extreme Environments
Gary Brown, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – November 2003

 

Development, Testing and Track Record of Fiber-Optic Wet-Mate Connectors
Gary Brown, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – November 2002

 

Development, Testing and Track Record of Multi-Way Underwater- Mateable Fiber-Optic Connectors for Deepwater Applications
Gary Brown & Matt Christiansen, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – May 2002

 

Under Water Explosive Shock Testing (UNDEX) of a Subsea Mateable Electrical Connector, the CM2000
Matt Christiansen, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – August 2001

 

Fiber Optic Terminations for Subsea Applications
Matt Christiansen & Gary Brown, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – June 2001

 

Fiber Optic Connections in the Sea
Matt Christiansen, SEACON Advanced Products, LLC – Jan 1999