No matter the industry, power integrity requirements are becoming more and more strict and the number of critical power rails in a single design is only growing. Traditional power integrity applications typically use passive probes with AC coupling or differential probes to measure power rails. The changing technology landscape means designers need higher accuracy ripple measurements in the GHz range. New design challenges call for new measurement equipment with very low noise contributions while also offering greater bandwidth and low loading.
This application note gets you started with high-accuracy power rail measurements, looking at Tek’s power rail probe technology and how it can help you meet some of your power integrity challenges.