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tszaboo:
The capacitor with the red markings. It has unusually large terminals, that I've never seen before. I expect some capacitor, probably NP0, which has stable frequency response up to 2 GHz, since it's an AC coupling part in a 2 GHz probe.
Anyone has an idea who is the supplier and the series? Is it an Agilent custom part?

rsjsouza:
Perhaps a MIM capacitor?

https://www.kyocera-avx.com/products/passive-micro-components-pmc/discrete-thin-film-capacitors/transmission-line-mim/

tszaboo:

--- Quote from: rsjsouza on June 08, 2024, 11:41:17 pm ---Perhaps a MIM capacitor?

https://www.kyocera-avx.com/products/passive-micro-components-pmc/discrete-thin-film-capacitors/transmission-line-mim/

--- End quote ---
It looks like these:
https://www.kyocera-avx.com/products/broadband-components/ultra-broadband-capacitors-ubc/?utm_source=everythingRF
Except, this part is to new at 2023, the voltage rating is not enough for that design, and it's smaller.

rsjsouza:
Parts can be made available for vertical customers much earlier than to the general market, with the common secrecy/NDA involved. Besides, that is just AVX, but I wonder if other manufacturers might have released this type of component earlier. 

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