Technology has enabled the development of oscilloscope and probe systems with microwave performance. But if a probe is not designed to properly connect with minimal parasitics and good signal integrity, then all the expensive equipment downstream of the probe tip can’t make up for it. This presentation will talk about the practical consideration for using probes and ways to verify and gain confidence in your high-speed probe measurements.

Who should view this webcast: 
Analog validation engineers, signal integrity engineers, board validation engineers, IC/ASIC developers developing the latest high-speed interfaces.

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Mike McTigue, Agilent Oscilloscope Probe Architect
Mike is the R&D probe architect for Agilent’s InfiniiMax family of high-bandwidth oscilloscope probes. Mike holds multiple patents on probe system topology and pioneered the versatile InfiniiMax probe head/probe amp architecture.