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Infiniium Oscilloscope Probes and Accessories - Data Sheet
Infiniium oscilloscopes have a wide selection of high-quality probes and accessories for your particular applications to help you get the most out of your scope.

Data Sheet 2019-07-17

InfiniiVision Oscilloscope Probes and Accessories - Selection Guide
To achieve the best results from your scope, you need the right probes and accessories for your particular application. Check out a complete family of innovative probes and accessories for InfiniiVision oscilloscopes.

Selection Guide 2019-07-12

Oscilloscope Probes and Accessories - Selection Guide
To get the most out of your oscilloscope, you need the right probes and accessories for your applications. Keysight offers a wide selection of high-quality probes and accessories for your scope.

Selection Guide 2019-04-30

1130B-Series Differential and Single-Ended Probes User’s Guide
This book provides user and service documentation for the Keysight Technologies 1130B-Series differential and single-ended probes.

User Manual 2019-01-11

PDF PDF 11.44 MB
Probe soldering guidelines for Keysight InfiniiMax probes - Application Note
There are various ways to connect test instrumentation probes to devices under test(DUTs). One such method is soldering, which provides a reliable connection and minimizes parasitic probing effects by keeping wire lengths and connections as short as possible. Many of Keysight's high performance oscilloscopes probes utilize soldered connections.

Application Note 2018-10-07

PDF PDF 7.73 MB
Bandwidth Boosting Techniques for the Infiniimax Probe Amp and Probe Head - Application Note
Keysight InfiniiMax differential probes are DSP corrected to have a flat magnitude and phase response to provide the highest possible accuracy. The bandwidth chosen to correct to is typically around 3dB non-corrected bandwidth. Usually, extending the bandwidth much beyond that point will increase the noise floor, and if pushed even further, can cause unrealistic noise artifacts. However, the N5381A/B solder-in probe head in combination with the InfiniiMax 1169A/B probe amp is an excellent candidate for extending the bandwidth beyond the 3dB point because the N5381A/B is peaked past the normal 12 GHz bandwidth, and the peaking of the probe head can help compensate for the roll-off of the probe amp bandwidth.

Application Note 2018-06-21

PDF PDF 4.96 MB
Demystifying RCRC and RC probes - Application Note
An ideal probe would provide an exact replica of a signal being probed. However, the probe becomes a part of the circuit under test, because the probe introduces probe loading to the circuit.

Application Note 2017-12-01

PDF PDF 1.27 MB
InfiniiMax Probes Impact on Lead-Free (ROHS) Compliance - Application Note
Some Keysight InfiniiMax oscilloscope probe heads are intended for soldering to the device under test.

Application Note 2017-12-01

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8 Hints for Better Scope Probings - Application Note
In this application note, you will find eight useful hints for selecting the right probe for your application and for making your oscilloscope probing better.

Application Note 2017-11-23

N5450A InfiniiMax Extreme Temperature Extension Cable
Now, Keysight offers a probing solution that covers the full temperature range from -55 degrees to + 150 degrees Celsius. N5450A InfiniiMax Extreme Temperature Extension Cable

Data Sheet 2014-08-02

Understanding and Using Offset in InfiniiMax Active Probes - Application Note
This application note explains how offset is applied in the Keysight InfiniiMax Active Probes and how to use offset for various applications

Application Note 2014-07-31

How Offset, Dynamic Range and Compression Affect Measurements - Application Note
This application note will clearly present how signal offset and oscilloscope/probe offset interact with regards to the dynamic range of the probe amps.

Application Note 2011-11-02

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Extending the Range of Keysight InfiniiMax Probes
This application note describes how to extend the operating range of Keysight InfiniiMax probes in voltage, temperature, and distance (reach between probe amplifiers and heads

Application Note 2009-06-26

Oscilloscope probing for high-speed signals
The probe is the dominant factor in determining the noise floor and response of your measurement system. Probe loading effects on the circuit under test are also a critical consideration.

Application Note 2008-09-03

The Truth About The Fidelity of High Bandwidth Voltage Probes, AN 1404
An analysis of high-bandwidth voltage probes that reveals a fundamental tradeoff between fidelity and ease of use that exists with all high-bandwidth probes.

Application Note 2008-06-20

Infiniium DSO80000B Series Oscilloscopes and InfiniiMax Series Probes
The signal integrity advantages of DSO80000B Series scopes and the InfiniiMax probing system include the industrys lowest noise floor, lowest jitter measurement floor, lowest trigger jitter and flattest frequency response.

Technical Overview 2007-07-25

PDF PDF 3.28 MB
Infiniium 54830 Series Oscilloscopes
Mixed-signal Infiniium oscilloscope models, makes it faster and easier than ever to see what's happening in your high-speed, mixed-signal design.

Data Sheet 2005-08-10

1.5 GHz InfiniiMax Differential for Infiniium 54830-series
See how Keysight’s state-of-the-art InfiniiMax probe performs in the day to day measurement needs of the digital hardware developer.

Product Tour 2004-11-22

WMF WMF 7.67 MB
1130A- Signal fidelity begins at the probe tip video demo
6-minute video shows side-by-side eye-diagrams measurements on high-speed signals using Keysight's 1130 Series differential active probe verses the Tektronix' P7350 active probe.

Product Tour 2004-11-22

WMF WMF 13.06 MB
Probe De-skew and Clibration
Contains information on the InfiniiMax probe heads except for the SMA probe head.

Calibration Guide 2004-08-24

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Side-by-Side Comparison of Keysight and Tektronix Probing Measurements
When you make signal-integrity measurements on high-speed signals, the oscilloscope and probe you use can have a big impact on the accuracy of your measurements. Compare different manufacturers to find the best ones for your application.

Application Note 2004-06-17

Input Impedance SPICE Models for InfiniiMax 1130 Series 3.5 GHz to 7 GHz Active Probe
Use the free Adobe Acrobat Reader's "Text Select Tool" to copy the actual SPICE model and paste it to your application. This document contains SPICE models that can be used to predict the probe loading effects of the InfiniiMax active probes.

User Manual 2003-09-01

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E2695A SMA Probe Head for InfiniiMax 1130 Series Active Oscilloscope Probes User's Guide
This user's guide describes the E2695A SMA probe head, included parts, recommended accessories, replacement parts, schematic, performance characteristics, performance graphs, and usage notes.

User Manual 2003-06-02

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Performance Comparison of Differential and Single-Ended Active Voltage Probes (AN 1419-03)
Explore performance and usability trade-offs for differential and single-ended probes.

Application Note 2003-02-14

Improving Usability and Performance in High-Bandwidth Active Oscilloscope Probes (AN 1419-02)
Understand how to get minimal probe loading and highest-possible-performance representation of your signal.

Application Note 2002-11-01