Tensolite unveils its SSMP adaptors and cable connectors

March 8, 2002
March 8, 2002--Tensolite Inc. has recently announced the availability of its SSMP adaptors and cable connectors, created to fill the design demands of smaller, lighter systems. The SSMP is less than two-thirds the size of popular SMP products, says the company.

Tensolite Inc. has recently announced the availability of its SSMP adaptors and cable connectors, created to fill the design demands of smaller, lighter systems. The SSMP is less than two-thirds the size of popular SMP products, says the company.

Additionally, the SSMP offers expanded operating frequencies to 60 Ghz, without sacrificing the ease of assembly of its SMP counterpart. All popular interconnection versions of the SSMP are available for cable assemblies, surface launch, hermetics, adapters, and loads.

Tensolite (St. Augustine, FL) supplies high performance cable, interconnect systems, and high-end RF/Microwave connectors. For more information, visit the company's Web site at www.tensolite.com
Tensolite's SSMP products

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