Industry’s Smallest Solder-in Probe Head for High Performance Oscilloscopes

first_imgKeysight has introduced the industry’s smallest solder-in probe head for high performance oscilloscopes, optimized for modern high-speed devices, the MX0100A InfiniiMax micro probe head.The size of electronic devices continues to shrink, resulting in smaller pads and narrower pitch spacing. Additionally, as data rates for applications such as DDR memory increase, conventional probing pads work as a stub, becoming a source for electromagnetic interference (EMI). As a result, customers are actively seeking high density, small geometry solutions for probing modern electronic technologies to analyze and measure signals without interference.Keysight’s new InfiniiMax micro probe head is a micro solder-in head for use with the company’s InfiniiMax I/II probe amplifiers and is designed to access small geometry target devices. The lead wires can be adjusted to accommodate targets from 0 mm to 7 mm apart. When used in conjunction with Keysight’s 1169B 12 GHz InfiniiMax II probe amplifier, the MX0100A delivers up to full 12 GHz bandwidth. Offering the best probe loading performance in its class (0.17 pF, 50 kΩ differentially), the extremely low input capacitance of the MX0100A minimizes the probe loading effect and maximizes signal integrity when measuring high-speed signals.Existing oscilloscope probe head solutions available today are even larger than the devices being tested in some cases. This makes signal probing access a continual challenge for modern electronic technologies. Unlike conventional solder-in probe heads in this class, Keysight specifically designed this micro probe to be less than half the size of existing solder-in probe heads for high density, fine pitch devices. It is the first, and only, of its kind on the market today, according to Keysight.last_img read more

Wine sales and opioid limits among new laws in 2019

first_imgWith the new year, Tennessee has several new laws going into effect.Among those laws is the one allowing grocery stores to sell wine on Sundays.Gov. Bill Haslam signed the bill into law in April. According to the statute, liquor stores were given special permission to begin selling liquor and wine on Sundays first, but grocery stores had to wait until January.OPIOID LIMITS: Limits initial opioid prescriptions to a three-day supply for new patients, with exceptions for major surgeries, cancer, hospice, sickle cell and treatment in certain licensed facilities.ELECTION LAWS: As enacted, reduces from 90 days to 60 days the period before a qualifying deadline for elective office during which nominating petitions may be issued other than nominating petitions for the offices of the President of the United States and delegates to the national conventions of all statewide political parties.SANCTUARY CITIES BAN: Threatens local governments with the loss of future state economic and community development money if they have “sanctuary policies.” Particularly, it bans policies that restrict compliance with federal immigration detainers for possible deportation of people who were arrested on other charges and then identified as being in the country illegally.ABORTION ULTRASOUNDS: Requires doctors to offer women who are getting abortions a look at an ultrasound, if one was performed beforehand. Data on if a heartbeat was detected will also now be reported to the Department of Health annually.SUICIDE PREVENTION: Creates a new state panel to gather suicide data identifying causes and factors in order to prevent suicide and identify resources. Recommendations will be submitted to legislative health committees by January 2020.STATE VEHICLE ABUSE: Requires the state to create a state vehicle abuse hotline and website. State vehicles also must display decals with information about the hotline and website.For a full list of the laws visit: http://www.capitol.tn.gov/Archives/Joint/publications/01-01-2019_effective.pdfShare this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Astros Top Twins 4-1

first_img Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip The Twins lost to Houston 4-1 Monday afternoon. Kyle Gibson threw 7 innings with 4 hits and 2 earned allowed to take the loss. Dallas Kuechel threw 6 innings with 1 run allowed to get the win.Miguel Sano singled in the lone Twins’ run in the 6th inning. Joe Mauer had 2 of the 8 Twins hits.The Twins are now 63-74 and will host Houston Tuesday night at 7:10, pregame on WJON at 6:30. 1080p HD 720p HD Auto (360p) About Connatix V56892 360p 1/1 About Connatix V56892last_img read more

Fremont struggles offensively, drops second straight game 54-6 against Reed City

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