Test and Debug Products

Bulls Eye® test point system for reduced board trace lengths, higher performance, lower cost and four times the high bandwidth signals in the same real estate as traditional SMA test systems. Test and debug cable systems in coax, twinax and shielded twisted pair designs to meet demanding emulation requirements.


EmulationEmulation

Test and debug cable systems designed to meet demanding emulation requirements.

Features
  • 50 ohm coax, 100 ohm twinax and shielded twisted pair cable assemblies
  • Single-ended and differential pair signal routing
  • Wide variety of pitches available
  • Ruggedizing features such as screw downs, strain relief, locks and latches
Series
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  • BCS
  • C28S
  • CJT-BH
  • CJT-TH
  • ECDP
  • EQCD
  • EQDP
  • EQRD
  • ERCD
  • ERDP
  • ERF8
  • ERM8
  • ESQ
  • ESW
  • FCF8
  • FCS8
  • HHSC
  • HQCD
  • HQDP
  • HSEC8-DV
  • MTSW
  • PCIE
  • PCIEC
  • PCIE-LP
  • QRF8
  • QRM8
  • QSE
  • QSE-DP
  • QSH
  • QSH-DP
  • QTE
  • QTE-DP
  • QTH
  • QTH-DP
  • SEAC
  • SEAF
  • SEAF-RA
  • SSM
  • SSQ
  • SSW
  • TSM
  • TSS
  • TSW
  • ZSS
Emulation

Bulls Eye®Bulls Eye® RF High-Performance Test to 40 GHz

The high-density array designs and advanced cabling solutions within Samtec’s Bulls Eye® product family enable optimized performance, now to 40 GHz. Compression interface, small footprint and high cycle count make Bulls Eye® ideal for high-performance test applications.

Features
  • 40 GHz and 20 GHz high-performance test point systems (to 65 GHz in development)
  • Compression interface to the board for easy on/off and eliminate soldering costs
  • Small footprint design significantly saves space on the board
  • Microstrip (40 GHz) or stripline (40 & 20 GHz) PCB transmission
  • RF Technical Group: dedicated RF engineers provide personal support for meeting specific RF challenges
Series
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  • BDRA
  • BE40A
  • BQRA
Bulls Eye®

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