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Agilent differential probe allows broad connectivity

Posted: 14 Jan 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:agilent technologies? differential probe? infiniiMax 1130a?

Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced a 1.5GHz differential probe, which it claims offers unmatched performance at the industry's lowest price.

When the InfiniiMax 1130A differential probe is paired with the company?s Infiniium mixed signal (MSO) and digital signal oscilloscopes (DSO), the system delivers probing connectivity to R&D engineers in the computer, communications and semiconductor industries for validating and verifying the performance of new high-speed digital product designs.

The flexible architecture of the device enables engineers to make either single-ended or differential measurements from a single probe amplifier. It also offers exclusive controlled transmission-line probe heads, which provide a flat frequency response over the entire bandwidth specification and eliminate the distortion and loading that affects probes with in-band resonance. It also features a resistor tip technology that compensates for the inductance and capacitance associated with the probe tips to prevent distortion of the measured signals, and an extensive line of optional probe heads and accessories.

The differential probe is priced at $3,195.

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