- View signals where you cannot place a probe
- Model up to 6 circuit elements
- Remove probe loading
- De-embed fixtures
- Emulate modeled channels
- Multi-lane compatible
- Configure up to 4 independent circuits models
- With CrossLinQ and CompleteLinQ products, model crosstalk between multiple lanes
- Model crosstalk with 8 and 12-port S-parameters
- Included in CompleteLinQ product for signal integrity analysis
- Two ways to use: Independently, or within SDAIII
View Signals Where You Cannot Place a Probe
The VirtualProbe package expands the de-embedding and emulation capabilities of EyeDoctorII. Configure a multi-block circuit using S-parameters, and VirtualProbe will build the transfer function that returns the signal as it would appear before or after any block in the circuit.
Model up to 6 Circuit Elements
Model your circuit as either a single-ended or differential lane, and configure a model using up to 6 blocks with S-parameters and transmission lines.
Remove Probe Loading Effects
It is law of physics that you cannot make a measurement without disturbing the system. VirtualProbe removes probe loading effects from your measurement, further increasing your measurement accuracy.
Remove the effects of fixtures from the measured waveform to improve eye and jitter measurement accuracy.
Emulate Modeled Channels
Enhance your understanding of the behavior of channels that are still in the design stage by configuring VirtualProbe for emulation using your S-parameter models or measurements.
VirtualProbe is architected to meet the needs of engineers designing and testing multi-lane systems. Users can configure circuit models on up to 4 lanes, and use the "Xtalk" block to model crosstalk.
Model Crosstalk with 8 and 12 port S-parameters
Model crosstalk between lanes in multi-lane transmission systems with 8 and 12 port S-parameters measured with the Teledyne Teledyne LeCroy SPARQ or other VNA
Included in CompleteLinQ Product for Signal Integrity Analysis
VirtualProbe is included as a part of the CompleteLinQ product, allowing users to analyze virtually probed measurements, forming eye diagrams and measuring jitter, noise and crosstalk.