Probe for high performance RF signal testing

Designed to match with PCBA test pads and vias

Probe for high performance RF signal testing

The CSP-30TS-011 offers outstanding signal integrity and measurement capability. Source: Everett Charles Technologies (ECT)

Everett Charles Technologies (ECT) recently added the CSP-30TS-011 to its portfolio of high frequency probes for the PCBA test market. This coaxial probe provides instrumentation-quality interface for broadband RF measurements exceeding 20 GHz, delivering superior performance while seamlessly mating with pads, vias, and other board features. This RF probe combines several innovative features to provide a truly reliable and cost-effective testing solution.

It is compatible with other ECT ICT/FT probes and features an open architecture format that can be configured with up to 4 easy-to-replace ground probes. With an insertion loss (S21) in excess of 20 GHz @ –1dB and a consistent impedance of 50 Ohm, the CSP-30TS-011 offers outstanding signal integrity and measurement capability. It provides spring-loaded compliance for both the center signal probe and the outer ground probes, while the knurl housing feature allows for easy and reliable press fit mounting.

Tony DeRosa, Senior Product Manager, explains: “We absolutely see the need for reliable, high performance and cost-efficient RF probe solutions in the PCBA test market. We launched this new probe to support our customers in high speed, high volume testing as well as in engineering labs.”


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