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Agilent: Economical Solder-In Probes
Solder-in probes.
Santa Clara, CA — Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced economical semipermanent solder-in probing solutions for its InfiniiMax III oscilloscope probing system. Engineers can use these accessories for high-speed digital system design, component design/characterization and differential serial bus measurements. Agilent N2838A 25GHz ZIF (zero insertion force) tips come with plastic sporks to aid in soldering the tips to the device under test. The tip uses a PC board substrate, making it a highly durable and convenient probing solution.

The Agilent N2836A InfiniiMax III 26GHz solder-in head is an economical semipermanent connection that provides up to 26GHz of system bandwidth. The ZIF tip and solder-in head come pre-attached with a pair of damping resistors for eliminating the distortion and loading that affect probes with in-band resonances. They are user-replaceable, so an engineer with a damaged resistor tip can simply solder a new damping resistor to the tip and quickly resume work. InfiniiMax III differential active probes offer up to 30GHz of high-bandwidth performance for measuring differential signals, with superior signal integrity and flexible connectivity solutions for today's high-density integrated circuits and circuit boards. InfiniiMax III probes are compatible with the company's Infiniium 90000 X- and Q-Series oscilloscopes.

Contact: Agilent Technologies, Test and Measurement Organization, 5301 Stevens Creek Blvd., MS 54LAK, Santa Clara, CA 95052 800-452-4844 Web:

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