The jfet input active oscilloscope probe described in "Troubleshooting Analog Circuits" by Bob Pease; Part 2 "The right equipment is essential for effective troubleshooting", Section 3, Figure 3.
Published in EDN January 5 1989.
A copy can be found here:
The original design can be found in:
There is one piece of information missing in Bob Pease's article and that is how to connect the signal output of the probe to the scope input and that is not as simple as it may seem because when probing a low impedance source, the probe bandwidth is high enough for the inevitable impedance mismatch due to driving a coax cable from the relatively low probe output into the complex x1 scope input impedance (1MOhms//15pF) to cause serious problems with reflections.
A higher performance design of output buffer is required for high frequency use so that it can drive either a lossy coax interconnecting cable or a higher performance 50 Ohm coax cable. This project contains the simulations for a simple DIY low frequency high input impedance active scope probe adapter.