Breadboard/Prototyping Kits


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950 Series Custom Circuit Kit 970 Series Custom Circuit Kit

950 Series

970 Series

980 Series Custom Circuit Kit

980 Series

Surface Mount Series


  • Prototyping
  • Custom high-speed digital circuits
  • Custom low-noise analog circuits
  • Mixed-logic circuits


  • Kits include PCB, enclosure, and I/O connectors
  • Footprints and endplates for I/O and power
  • Plated-through holes on 0.1" centers
  • Ground-plane

These time-saving breadboard/prototyping kits for high-speed digital and low-noise linear circuits from Pulse Research Lab are available for same day shipment.  Each kit contains a PCB with ground plane on the component side, pc-mount I/O and power connectors, an extruded aluminum enclosure, model-specific end plates and a power cable.

With gigahertz (GHz) circuitry becoming commonplace, there is a growing need for efficient, uncomplicated tools for testing, prototyping and handling high-speed, mixed logic devices. Pulse Research Lab (PRL) has produced a line of products designed to make life easier for professional engineers and technicians, hobbyists, or anyone who has a need to prototype circuitry.

Breadboarding simple circuits such as broadband attenuators and amplifiers, or more complex functional sub-systems such as a 16-bit A/D data acquisition system has never been easier. PRL Custom Circuit Kits are ideally suited for building custom test fixtures and one of a kind small instruments.

A typical 970 Series Kit
All kits include:
  • 1 Printed Circuit Board (PCB)
  • 1 Aluminum Enclosure
  • 2 End Plates
  • Power and signal connectors (where applicable)
Series No. Description
950 Series Allows quick and easy construction of nanosecond rise/fall time, digital circuits and low noise linear circuits.
970 Series Allows quick and easy construction of high speed digital and wideband/low noise analog circuits and subsystems. 
980 Series Intended for building more complex test fixtures and small instruments.
For breadboarding and prototyping of GHz surface-mount devices, such as ECL and RF components. 

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