Bulls Eye® High-Performance Test To 40 GHz

Compression interface, small footprint and high cycle count make Bulls Eye® ideal for high-performance test applications.


Bulls Eye® High-Performance Test To 40 GHz

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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

  • 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

Transmission Type

  • Microstrip available with 40 GHz, Gen 2 (BE40A Series) Bulls Eye®
  • Stripline available with 20 GHz (BQRA, BDRA Series), or 40 GHz (BE40A Series) Bulls Eye®

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Service & Technical Support

RF Technical Group
RFTechnicalGroup@samtec.com
Signal Integrity Group
SIG@samtec.com

Dedicated RF engineers and Signal Integrity experts provide personal support for meeting your specific challenges.

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Literature

40 GHz, Gen 2 Bulls Eye eBrochure

40 GHz, Gen 2 Bulls Eye eBrochure

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20 GHz, Gen 1 Bulls Eye eBrochure

20 GHz, Gen 1 Bulls Eye eBrochure

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RF Catalog

RF Catalog

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RF Cable Specifications

RF Cable Specifications

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Product Overview Guide

Product Overview Guide

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SERIES

BDRA

20 GHz, Bulls Eye®: Double Row, High-Performance Test System

Features
  • 23 AWG solid dielectric low loss microwave cable
  • Fixed-pin design
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Replacement cables (BE23S Series), block (BDR Series) and elastomer available
20 GHz, Bulls Eye®: Double Row, High-Performance Test System

BE40A

40 GHz, Bulls Eye®: Double Row, High-Performance Test System

Features
  • Enhanced system design with signal and ground pogo pin Bulls Eye® probe
  • Microstrip or stripline PCB transmission
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • 23 AWG solid dielectric low loss microwave cable with additional copper shielding
  • Replacement cables (BE40C Series) and block (BE40B Series) available
  • Backward compatible with our 20 GHz Bulls Eye® footprint (BDRA Series only)
40 GHz, Bulls Eye®: Double Row, High-Performance Test System

BQRA

20 GHz, Bulls Eye®: Quad Row, High-Performance Test System

Features
  • 23 AWG solid dielectric low loss microwave cable
  • Fixed-pin design
  • 50 ohm impedance
  • Replacement cables (BE23S Series), block (BDR Series) and elastomer available
20 GHz, Bulls Eye®: Quad Row, High-Performance Test System

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