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This probe has an input impedance above 1 GHz that can be 20 to 30 times or more greater than active differential probes when used with typical probe hardware. It also overcomes many other limitations of active differential probes at high frequencies as well. See the Technical Tidbit: August 2002, Probe Input Impedance Revisited - Active Probes
This instrument is a new fast pulser for simulating environmental impulse noise such as some of the unusual forms of ESD described on this site. It simulates noise sources not covered by current standards that have caused significant field problems in equipment.
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