Emulation Technology, Inc. (ET), a source for design and development engineers, has announced the new pogo pin based ET 2300 socket system that operates at up to 23 GHz with -1dB of insertion loss. This new socket system allows the user to test and debug any BGA, QFN or other custom packages with lead pitches down to 0.5mm. Applications include development, debug, hand test, programming, test of ASIC or FPGA’s, package and chip qualification, production prototype, failure analysis and high volume production use. This socket system also gives engineers a method to test high-speed packaged semiconductors at an economical price.
Available in compression mount, surface mount and thru-hole, the ET 2300 design is unique in that the retention systems are interchangeable, provides for die probing, has a built in pressure plate and requires less real estate on each side of the chip than other socket systems.
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