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W-Test WT500 & 670 Cable Assembly

Features

  • DC to 20 GHz (3.5 mm type) & 40 GHz bandwidth (2.92 mm type)
  • Low insertion and return loss (<10 dB)
  • GSG, GS configuration (0.8/1.5/2.5 mm pitch range)

Applications

  • Easy for signal probing test without any soldering process on circuit board
  • Compliant pogo pins allows probing of non-planar structures, walls of module & other obstructions
  • Robust pins with repeatability provide longer probing life time and reduce pin damage

Advantage

  • Easy for signal probing test without any soldering process on circuit board

  • Compliant pogo pins allows probing of non-planar structures, walls of module & other obstructions

  • Robust pins with repeatability provide longer probing life time and reduce pin damage

Withwave Intros DC to 40 GHz T-Probes - RF CafeWithwave's T-Probe is coaxial probe that offers one signal pin on center and several fixed pitch ground contact with low inductance. This probe provides excellent electrical performance for applications having test point with adjacent grounds. They have various pitch ranges of 0.8, 1.5, 2.5 mm from signal to ground contacts and are produced by precision manufacturing process.

DC to 40 GHz T-Probes (Withwave) - RF CafeThe T-Probe is available for signal probing test in these applications such as RF module signal insertion/output measurement, high speed digital & high frequency circuit board analysis.

 

About Withwave

Withwave is a leading designer, developer of a broad range of RF & MW Test Solutions and subsystems with a focus on Electromagnetic field analysis and RF & Microwave Signal processing.

DC to 40 GHz T-Probe Test Data - RF CafeWithwave's extensive product portfolio serves four primary target markets: Wireless communications, Test & Instrumentation, Automated Test Equipment, Network Systems.

Applications for our products in these target markets include cellular phones and base stations, data networking, Semiconductor and telecommunications equipment and  factory automation.

Withwave maintains its competitiveness by continuously innovating products and services in an environmentally beneficial and sustainable manner. We add new technologies and abilities to our portfolio of competences to ensure our long-term success.

Contact Information

Richard Song
Withwave
3F, Yurim Plaza, Dae-hak ro 14
Yeongtong-gu, Suwon, 16226, South Korea
Website: www.with-wave.com
E-mail : bwsong@with-wave.com
Mobile Phone : +82-10-9781-3019
Direct Phone : +82-70-7118-0705  

 

Posted June 28, 2018

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