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Home > Press > Berkeley Nucleonics sets industry benchmark with introduction of new microwave/RF frequency sources

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Berkeley Nucleonics commercially releases a full line of high performance, robust, and extremely cost effective Microwave / RF signal generators. This Microwave / RF product line sets a new standard in performance to cost. Capable of producing in excess of 20GHz, with very low phase noise, fast switching speeds, extensive modulation capabilities in a variety of packaging options, including benchtop, portable battery operation, 1U 19" rackmount, and card-level for OEM integration. These instruments offer the widest array of options to meet almost any application requirement.

Berkeley Nucleonics sets industry benchmark with introduction of new microwave/RF frequency sources

San Rafael, CA | Posted on October 11th, 2012

Modern design techniques and component breakthroughs allow Berkeley Nucleonics to combine improved flexibility in features with and budget-stretching price points. "We are very excited to bring these new Microwave Source solutions to our customers", states David Brown, President of Berkeley Nucleonics. "We are addressing the requirements for faster switching speeds in modulation and sweep routines with this product. The demands of today's R&D engineers in applications like cellular, satellite and communications are rigorous. It is a timely product as we celebrate 50 years of signal generator manufacturing for the scientific community."

Excellent quality, performance, and price are only part of the unique attributes that BNC offers its customers. The company is also known for excellent customer service and technical support, offering a standard 2-year warranty, same-day overnight shipments, Live-Chate with Application Engineers through it's website and flexible customization options.

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About Berkeley Nucleonics
Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation is a leading manufacturer of precision electronic instrumentation for test, measurement and nuclear research. BNC has its corporate headquarters in San Rafael, California with several additional manufacturing facilities and sales offices located throughout the United States. Founded in 1963, BNC has been a recognized leader in the Test and Measurements field.

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