I'm developing a device, it will generate a signal that will be fed directly to an oscilloscope, and connected permanently.
I now have the circuitry set up on a breadboard, attached to the scope using a standard scope probe. In the final product, I'd like to use standard BNC-BNC coax cable, to make it "fool-proof', and to have a very stable connection. (scope probe with its hook and ground clip can fall off when the equipment is moved)
I'm planning to design a PCB for the product. So basically the probe will be replaced with a BNC-BNC coax cable, and a PCB-mounted BNC connector.
My question is, do I need any kind of extra circuitry on the PCB to compensate for this? The maximum bandwidth I need is not more than 1 MHz.