The Tektronix H476  (P/N 155-0175-00,155-0175-05) is a broadband amplifier monolithic integrated circuit in a Hypcon package, implemented as a thin-film ceramic hybrid using an M178 die implemented in the SHFIII process.

It was designed by John Addis and uses the "ft doubler" circuit patented by Carl Battjes in its first stage.



Patents that may apply to 155-0175-00

Page Title Inventors Filing date Grant date Links
Patent US 3633120A Amplifier circuit Carl Battjes 1970-09-16 1972-01-04


Used in

Some instruments using part 155-0175-00

Instrument Manufacturer Class Model Description Introduced
067-0587-02 Tektronix Plug-in 067-0587-02 7000 Series Calibration Fixture 1979
067-0587-10 Tektronix Plug-in 067-0587-10 7000 Series Calibration Fixture (?)
11A71 Tektronix Plug-in 11A71 Single channel 1 GHz amplifier 1987
7104 Tektronix Oscilloscope 7104 1 GHz mainframe with MCP CRT 1978
7912HB Tektronix Oscilloscope 7912HB 750 MHz digitizer 1988
7934 Tektronix Oscilloscope 7934 500 MHz multi-mode storage mainframe 1987
7A29 Tektronix Plug-in 7A29 1 GHz amplifier 1978
7A29P Tektronix Plug-in 7A29P 1 GHz programmable amplifier 1988
7F10 Tektronix Plug-in 7F10 750 MHz optical input amplifier 1987
EG&G N-AM-173A EG&G Plug-in N-AM-173A "Prebase Amplifier" (?)
R7103 Tektronix Oscilloscope R7103 1 GHz non-storage mainframe 1985
SCD1000 Tektronix Oscilloscope SCD1000 1 GHz transient digitizer 1990