Probe solution

  • 25-Jun-2009 03:36 EDT

Agilent Technologies offers a low-power double data rate (LPDDR) ball grid array (BGA) probe solution for oscilloscopes and logic analyzers. The probe provides engineers access to signal points for LPDDR and mobile-double data rate (DDR) synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM) for electrical, timing, and protocol characterization. Suitable for probing at the LPDDR and mobile-DDR BGA package ballout, the probe supports two SDRAM package sizes. The W2637A BGA probe supports the x16 SDRAM package, and the W2638A BGA probe supports the x32 SDRAM package. Embedded resistors in the LPDDR BGA probe offer good signal isolation between the signals on the system and the loading effect of oscilloscope and logic analyzer probes. Both probes are compatible with 0.8-mm (0.031-in) ball-pitch SDRAM packages. The LPDDR BGA probe is used with the company’s E5384A and E5826A cables to connect to a logic analyzer.
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