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ISOTEC Corporation  Profile

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ISOTEC Corporation  Company Overview

Established in 1996, Isotec is a privately owned company based in Seoul, Korea. Isotec manufactures RF Connectors, Cable Assemblies, and RF Microwave Components for Wireless Mobile Communicatons, Aerospace, and the Industrial markets. ISOTEC has expanded its production lines of RF/Microwave Components since 1998 and is now a leading supplier to Wireless Telecommunication companies in the European and U.S. markets.

ISOTEC Corporation  Products

The types of products manufactured by ISOTEC Corporation include RF Coaxial Connectors, RF Adaptors, RF Coaxial Cable Assemblies, and RF Components.

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