Teledyne LeCroy D1605PS

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Teledyne LeCroy D1605PS

16 GHz Probe

Product Overview

Features & Benefits *16 GHz bandwidth (probe oscilloscope) *System rise time as fast as 13 ps (20-80%) *High bandwidth Solder-In solution (16 GHz) *Ultra-compact browser tip (16 GHz) *Superior probe impedance minimizes AC loading on device under test (DUT) *Carbon-composite browser tips optimize signal fidelity and loading *Probe noise as low as 14 nV/vHz (1.6 Vrms) *Low probe attenuation *Large operating voltage range ?4 V common mode range ?2.5 V offset range 1.6 Vpk-pk dynamic range *Long length Solder-In tip with field replaceable resistors Ultra-wideband Architecture for Superior Signal Fidelity LeCroy's WaveLink high bandwidth differential probes utilize advanced differential traveling wave (distributed) amplifier architecture to achieve superior high frequency true analog broadband performance. Traveling wave (distributed) amplifiers are commonly used in ultra high frequency broadband amplifiers. This multi-stage amplifier architecture maximizes gain per stage and minimizes probe attenuation, which provides very low probe noise and fast rise times. High Bandwidth (16 GHz) Solder-In Lead Up to 25 GHz Solder-In performance with system (probe oscilloscope) rise times equal to that of the oscilloscope alone 13 ps (20-80%) and 17.5 ps (10-90%) and superior impedance and noise performance. Ultra-compact Positioner (Browser) Tip The most compact positioner tip browser with bandwidth up to 22 GHz makes probing in confined areas easy. Position multiple probes very close together using a variety of mechanical positioners, or use the hand-held wand for debugging. Superior Probe Impedance Minimizes Circuit Loading Circuit and signal loading is reduced by more than 50% with WaveLink high bandwidth probes compared to competitive probes. In the mid-band frequency range, the difference is even more apparent. This superior impedance greatly reduces measurement impact and circuit loading. It's made possible with innovative des