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New RF Probe Models Support Higher Data Rates in Both GS and GSG Configurations
Lewisville, Texas (November 30, 2018) - Fairview
Microwave Inc., a leading provider of on-demand RF and microwave components, has recently
expanded their line of
RF coaxial probes into the 40 GHz frequency range for use in high-speed
communications, microwave components and networking applications.
Fairview Microwave's expanded line of coaxial RF probes now includes four models that
deliver 10 dB maximum return loss over a broad frequency range of DC-40 GHz. These new
RF probes are offered in GS and GSG configurations with a pitch of 800 or 1500 microns
and a 2.92mm interface; they are gold-plated and feature compliant pogo pin contacts
that allow for a wide range of probing angles.
These coaxial probes can be used by hand, with or without a probe positioner, and
can be cable mounted or mounted with Fairview's multi-axis probe positioner. These coaxial
RF probes are ideal for signal integrity measurement, coplanar waveguide, chip evaluation,
substrate characterization, Gigabit SERDES and test fixture applications.
"The extended 40 GHz frequency range of our new GS and GSG probes allow RF technicians
and engineers to cover a wide range of applications, including 28 Gbps data channels,"
said Dan Birch, Product Manager.
Fairview Microwave's expanded line of coaxial RF probes are in stock and ready for
immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity.
About Fairview Microwave
A leading supplier of on-demand RF and microwave products since 1992, Fairview Microwave
offers immediate delivery of RF components including attenuators, adapters, coaxial cable
assemblies, connectors, terminations and much more. All products are shipped same-day
from the company's ISO 9001:2008 certified production facilities in Allen, Texas. Fairview
Microwave is an Infinite Electronics
1130 Junction Dr. #100
Allen, TX 75013
Posted December 3, 2018