Anritsu Introduces High-Frequency Sampling Oscilloscope Probe

14th July 2011
Posted By : ES Admin
Anritsu Company introduced the J1512A Passive Probe for its BERTWave MP2100A BERT and EYE/Pulse Scope solution. Also compatible with GHz-band sampling oscilloscopes, the J1512A simplifies monitoring and confirming the signal levels and waveforms of mounted electronic devices without on-board coaxial connectors, such as SMA connectors, which allow engineers to more efficiently verify the designs of their high-speed digital communications equipment and devices.
/> Covering the DC to 7.5 GHz frequency band, the J1512A Passive Probe has low input capacitance of 0.5 pF (max.), so the probe supports monitoring of high-speed signal waveforms. In addition, the J1512A Passive Probe attenuation ratio can be switched between 10:1 and 20:1 by changing the resistance, to optimize the measurement condition. Accurate evaluation of high-frequency circuits is further assured by the short ground lead with excellent elasticity of the J1512A.

By adding this high-frequency probe to the MP2100A series, developers and manufacturers have a highly efficient and accurate test solution to verify the performance of high-speed equipment and devices used in Next Generation Networks (NGNs). The BERTWave MP2100A is an all-in-one instrument for BER, eye and pulse pattern measurements and analyses. Since it performs BER measurements and eye pattern analysis simultaneously, it greatly shortens measurement times. The single-instrument solution is ideal for both R&D and manufacturing tests because it increases efficiency and cuts measurement costs by eliminating time-consuming setup.

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