RF Probes

107 RF Probes from 7 manufacturers listed on everything RF
Description: DC to 40 GHz, Board Test and Signal Integrity Probes
Type:
Coaxial Probe
Configuration:
SG
Frequency:
DC to 40 GHz
Insertion loss:
2.0 dB
Pitch range:
100 to 250 µm
Connector:
2.92 mm, 2.92 mm - Female
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Description: 26 GHz Probes for Wireless Applications
Configuration:
GSG, GS, SG
Frequency:
DC to 26 GHz
Insertion loss:
0.4 dB
Pitch range:
50 to 1250 µm
Connector:
SMA
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Description: DC to 20 GHz, T-Probes
Type:
Coaxial Probe
Configuration:
GS
Frequency:
DC to 20 GHz
Insertion loss:
0.5 dB
Pitch range:
800 µm
Connector:
3.5 mm
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Description: 100 kHz to 7 GHz, Active Differential Probes
Type:
Active Differential Probe
Frequency:
100 kHz to 7 GHz
Connector:
N Type - Male
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Description: 6 GHz, Semi-Rigid Test Probes Up to 6 GHz
Type:
Semi-Rigid Test Probes
Frequency:
6 GHz
Connector:
SMA, SMA - Male
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Description: Pre-Trimmed Lead
Type:
Semi-Rigid Test Probes, Coaxial Probe, Single Coax...
Frequency:
DC to 6 GHz
Insertion loss:
0.34 to 0.8 dB/ft
Connector:
SMA, SMA - Female
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Description: DC to 67 GHz, Z Probes
Frequency:
DC to 67 GHz
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Description: 26 GHz Probes for RF Power Applications
Configuration:
GSG, GS, SG
Frequency:
DC to 26 GHz
Insertion loss:
0.4 dB
Pitch range:
100 to 350 µm
Connector:
SMA
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Description: DC to 20 GHz, T-Probes
Type:
Coaxial Probe
Configuration:
GSG
Frequency:
DC to 20 GHz
Insertion loss:
0.5 dB
Pitch range:
800 µm
Connector:
3.5 mm
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Description: 100 kHz to 12 GHz, Active Differential Probes
Type:
Active Differential Probe
Frequency:
100 kHz to 12 GHz
Connector:
N Type - Male
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RF Probes

An RF probe is a device which is used to measure RF signals in an electronic circuit. In 1980 Reed Gleason and Eric Strid invented the first high frequency wafer probe while working at Tektronix. They later went on to found Cascade Microtech in 1983. When looking for an RF Probe, there are a few key parameters that must be considered.

Frequency Support: Based on the application of the circuit, you must select a probe that operates up to the frequency at which you would like to test the circuit. RF Probes can support frequencies up to 110 GHz.

Configuration: RF Probes require at least two conductors - Signal and Ground. The way these conductors are oriented is know as the configuration. For example - You can have GS (Ground and Signal), GSG (Ground, Signal, Ground), GSSG (Ground, Signal, Signal, Ground)

Probe Pitch: This is the distance between centre of the probe tips. These vary between 50 to 1200 microns. Larger probe tips are not practical for high frequencies.

everything RF has listed RF/High Frequency probes from the leading manufacturers. Use the filters to narrow down on the probe by frequency, configuration or probe pitch. Once you find a probe that is right for you, download the datasheet or request a quotation on the product.

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