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LeCroy & Phase Matrix Discuss 100 GHz Scope
9/4/2013

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Figure 2: The development team for the 100 GHz Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscope prototype. L to R: Roger Delbue, Peter J. Pupalaikis, Dr. Amarpal (Paul) Khanna, Michael Neumann, Irfan Ashiq, and Alexander Feldman.
Figure 2: The development team for the 100 GHz Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscope prototype. L to R: Roger Delbue, Peter J. Pupalaikis, Dr. Amarpal (Paul) Khanna, Michael Neumann, Irfan Ashiq, and Alexander Feldman.

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JanineLove
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Questions?
JanineLove   9/4/2013 11:55:39 AM
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If you have a question for the team, please use the comments section.

Larry Desjardin
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Probing
Larry Desjardin   9/5/2013 10:10:12 AM
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What are the challenges, and soutions, for probing at these frequencies?

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