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Featured Insights

The Challenge of Measuring a 40 µohm, 2000 Amp PDN With a 2-Port Probe: How Much CMRR is Needed?

Benjamin Dannan, Signal Edge Solutions and Steve Sandler, Picotest Published in Signal Integrity Journal A two-part series of posts, firstly determining how much CMRR is needed…

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Picotest Pocket TDR Fills Important Niche 

A time domain reflectometer (TDR) is generally a large, expensive benchtop instrument that measures impedance, PCB coupons, dielectric constants, PCB signal traces, interconnects, connectors,…

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Picotest Releases Line of High-Speed Transient Load Steppers for VRM and PDN Validation 

In a major technological leap, Picotest, maker of custom test equipment for power integrity and power systems testing, has released a series of very…

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Measurement Solutions Videos

High speed power supply load stepping is the newest demanding frontier for test adapters. Very fast load stepping for hundreds or even thousands of amps are needed to test the power supply driving today’s and tomorrow’s high-speed processor solutions.

This short video discusses the feature set your cabling needs to get PDN impedance measurements correct.

Copper Mountain Technologies’ VNAs Gain Non-Invasive Stability Measurement – NISM