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InfiniiMax III Probing System
Apr 2010
Agilent Technologies Inc.Request Info
SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 28, 2010 — Agilent Technologies Inc. has released the InfiniiMax III oscilloscope probing system with a bandwidth of 30 GHz.

The four new probe amplifier models feature bandwidths from 16 to 30 GHz. The range of probe heads allow connection using a browser, zero insertion force (ZIF) tip, 2.92- or 3.5-mm SMA cable or solder-in tips.

Additionally, it is the most accurate real-time oscilloscope measurement system with the Infiniium 90000 x-series oscilloscopes; the fastest full-featured sampling oscilloscope probing solution to 30 GHz with the Infiniium 86100X DCA-J; and the first probing investment protection with bandwidth upgradability on probe amplifiers from 16 to 30 GHz, according to the company.

The oscilloscopes can be used to capture fast, single-shot events and to make critical measurements like jitter, while ensuring compliance to industry standards for interoperability.

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A device that enlarges and strengthens a signal's output without significantly distorting its original waveshape. There are amplifiers for acoustical, optical and electronic signals.
1. In relation to cathode-ray tube displays, errors in the signal's amplitude, phase or both that result in small, rapid aberrations in size or position of the image. 2. Errors of synchronization between a facsimile's transmitter and receiver that are characterized by a raggedness in the copy. 3. Small spurious variations in a waveform, such as in pulse repetition rate, amplitude, frequency or phase, that stem from supply-voltage variations, mechanical instability and other factors.
A system in which a supplied signal causes the deflection of the electron beam in a cathode-ray tube, thus forming a visible trace on the phosphor screen of the tube and providing for examination of signal characteristics. A CRT oscilloscope is particularly convenient for studying repetitive phenomena, but a tube with a long-delay phosphor can be used to analyze a single electrical pulse. An oscilloscope equipped with a camera becomes an oscillograph.  
Acronym for profile resolution obtained by excitation. In its simplest form, probe involves the overlap of two counter-propagating laser pulses of appropriate wavelength, such that one pulse selectively populates a given excited state of the species of interest while the other measures the increase in absorption due to the increase in the degree of excitation.
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