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NEW Non-Invasive Measurement Information
J2113A Differential Amplifier
  • Eliminates DC ground loop down to 1Hz
  • Supports the 2 Port Shunt Thru impedance measurement required for Power Distribution Networks (PDNs) at both input and output
  • Works with all types of test equipment to eliminate ground loops, such as Network Analyzers, Oscilloscopes and Spectrum Analyzers

What's included:
J2113A Differential Amplifier for Ground Isolation
J2170A High PSRR Power Adapter
1 Year Warranty



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Model Description Price  
J2113A J2113A Differential Amplifier (Introductory Price: $1,500)

The J2113A is a solid-state Semi-Floating Amplifier (SFA), or ground loop isolator, that provides the BEST isolation for low impedance measurements. The J2113A removes the groups loops associated with VNAs and Oscilloscopes which occur in many different types of test setups. The ground loops are often subtle or hidden and can impact the measurement results dramatically if not accounted for. The J2113As frequency response, as shown below, is flat from DC to over 800MHz, all while maintaining 50Ohm impedance at both the input and the output for accurate, low-noise measurements. It allows measurement both lower and higher in frequency than achievable with a Common Mode Transformer. The J2113A supports power distribution network (PDN) measurement, component measurement, PSRR testing and many other applications.


Characteristic Rating
Recommended Bandwidth DC-800 MHz (-3dB), DC-700MHz (-1dB)
Maximum Voltage 1.9V
Temperature Range 0-50C
Maximum Altitude 6000 Ft
Absolute Maximum Voltage is +/- 2V

* Performance at -10dBm input level.

Caution: To avoid equipment damage and/or severe injuries or death ensure that the absolute maximum ratings are observed and not exceeded at all times.

Application notes coming soon!