Learn How to Improve Power Integrity Measurements
Traditional power integrity applications typically use passive or differential probes to measure power rails. The changing technology landscape means designers need higher accuracy ripple measurements with very fast transitions pushing into multiple GHz range.
New design challenges call for new measurement equipment that can minimize noise from the measurement tools while also offering more bandwidth to see more signal content. The ultra-low noise TPR1000/4000 power rail probe offers low loading for accuracy (especially in the most sensitive measurements) and offers low noise contribution and high bandwidth options.
During this webinar we will demonstrate the benefits of minimizing oscilloscope and probe noise, large probe voltage offset, and more bandwidth to see and debug your signals.
You will also learn more about:
- Digital Power Management
- High Accuracy Ripple Measurements
- Lowest Noise
- Convenient, Flexible Connectivity
- Higher Bandwidth
- Automated Software Packages
- High Offset Voltage Range
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