Whitney P White, Age 51Asbury Park, NJ

Whitney White Phones & Addresses

Asbury Park, NJ

Manasquan, NJ

Valley Village, CA

North Hollywood, CA

Studio City, CA

Aurora, CO

1104 Sunset Ave APT 2B, Asbury Park, NJ 07712 (732) 223-2959

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Company: Chromis fiberoptics inc. Address: 6 Powderhorn Dr, Warren, NJ 07059 Position: Manager Industries: Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus


Degree: Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.) School / High School: Thurgood Marshall School of Law


Licence: Texas - Eligible To Practice In Texas Date: 2012

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Whitney L White - Lawyer

Texas - Eligible To Practice In Texas 2012
Thurgood Marshall School of LawDegree Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)Graduated 2012
Thurgood Marshall School of LawDegree Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)Graduated 2012

Medicine Doctors

Whitney P. White

Obstetrics & Gynecology
Escambia Community Clinics IncEscambia Community Clinics Womens Health Center
5855 Crk Sta Dr, Pensacola, FL 32504
(850) 435-4352 (phone) (850) 497-6195 (fax)
Ms. White works in Pensacola, FL and specializes in Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Chromis Fiberoptics Inc.
Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus
6 Powderhorn Dr, Warren, NJ 07059
Whitney White
Top Notch Tutoring and Educational Services
Whitney L. White
The Law Office of Wlp, Professional Limited Liability Company


Us Patents

Extrusion Process For Fabricating Plastic Optical Fiber

US Patent:
6527986, Mar 4, 2003
Feb 7, 2001
Appl. No.:
Ramabhadra Ratnagiri - North Plainfield NJ
Whitney White - Chatham NJ
Fitel USA Corp. - Norcross GA
International Classification:
B29D 1100
US Classification:
264 129, 264 17
An improved process for extruding plastic optical fiber without the need to prepare a preform is provided. Specifically, it was discovered that conventional extrusion techniques, e. g. , screw extruders, tended to introduce an undesirable amount of particulate contaminants which increased the loss of the drawn fiber. To overcome this problem, the invention substantially reduces the number of mechanical interactions that contribute to such contamination. The process of the invention does so by using fluid pressure, instead of, e. g. , screw extruders, to induce polymer flow. The process also controls the flow characteristics of the polymer, or halts the flow altogether, without mechanical controls. Specifically, the temperature of the sections through which the polymer flows is controllably adjusted, such that it is possible to bring the polymer to a desired flow rate or even to a solid state to provide a plug.

System Comprising Plastic Optical Fiber

US Patent:
6636672, Oct 21, 2003
Jul 7, 1999
Appl. No.:
George John Shevchuk - Old Bridge NJ
Whitney White - Summit NJ
Fitel USA Corp - Norcross GA
International Classification:
G02B 636
US Classification:
385 50, 385 76, 385 77, 385147
The invention relates to plastic optical fiber (POF) processes and systems and involves improved non-polishing termination techniques. The techniques provide good physical and optical characteristics, i. e. , smoothness, at the termination point, thereby providing lower losses than conventionally obtained. According to one embodiment, POF is cut while the fiber is under compression. According to another embodiment, the POF is notched and then pulled at a relatively high strain rate to induce fracture. The rate is such that the strain remains in the elastic region, i. e. , the fiber exhibits brittle, as opposed to ductile, behavior during the strain. The brittle behavior provides a smooth termination surface, as opposed to a plastically-deformed surface.

Apparatus And Process For Termination Of Polymer Optical Fiber Ribbons

US Patent:
2013012, May 16, 2013
Nov 15, 2012
Appl. No.:
Whitney R. White - Watchung NJ,
Chromis Fiberoptics, Inc. - Warren NJ
International Classification:
G02B 6/36
US Classification:
385 76, 29874
In the present disclosure, a termination apparatus and process is disclosed that optimizes the termination of polymer optical fiber ribbons, eliminates the need for a ferrule and connector, and utilizes lower-cost materials instead of diamond for the cutting blade.

Polymer Fiber Optical Transmission System

US Patent:
6157757, Dec 5, 2000
Nov 12, 1998
Appl. No.:
Giorgio Giaretta - Westfield NJ
Whitney White - Chatham NJ
Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
G02B 632
US Classification:
385 35
We have determined that unlike the most multimode silica fiber, multimode polymer fiber often exhibits a delay characteristic that has a broad low dispersion region where propagation delay of spatially restricted optical pulses remains relatively constant. This low dispersion region is centered around the center axis of the fiber core as a function of launch position. By directing a transmitted optical pulse to this region, we have determined that optical pulse dispersion can be significantly reduced without the need for using the prior art technique of using a single mode fiber spliced in series with the multimode fiber to reduce dispersion. A polymer fiber based optical transmission system using this arrangement exhibits relaxed alignment tolerances between the optical source and polymer fiber, while reducing dispersion and increasing bandwidth-length product.

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