Quick and not-so-dirty method for measuring high-speed signals

October 24, 2016 Tektronix Experts

Do you want to make a quick and not-so-dirty (precise) measurement on a high-speed signal?

Don’t have time to solder a probe tip to the device?

Not sure where the source of the problem with your high-speed design is?

These are common situations that engineers often find themselves in. With time pressures increasing and an elusive problem blocking the completion of a project, you need a quick, easy, and high performance method to measure high-speed signals.

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