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Molex expands Triad Differential Pair Connector line

The Triad Differential Pair (TDP) cable from Molex Inc. is a shielded, dual-row centreline pitch product with a cable-to-board interface that offers high-speed and controlled impedance.


July 1, 2004  


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The Triad Differential Pair (TDP) cable from Molex Inc. is a shielded, dual-row centreline pitch product with a cable-to-board interface that offers high-speed and controlled impedance.

Using a triad design of differential signal and ground lines, it is able to achieve bandwidths beyond 5.0 Gpbs with 5,000 cycle durability.

TDP cable assemblies are available in sizes of 18, 28, 38, 48 and 72 circuits and come with two optional jackscrews to ensure reliable mating retention.

It’s well suited for a variety of applications including displays, routers, storage devices, switches and portable DVI devices.

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