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Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) has a 45 year history providing precision electronic instrumentation for test, measurement and nuclear research. Its’ products include signal / pulse generators and digital delay generators (DDG), multimeters and frequency counters, radiation detectors (RIID) and life sciences instrumentation. Flagship instruments include a 250pS 8-Channel Digital Delay Generator, a NIM Precision Pulse Generator and ANSI compliant handheld isotope identifers (RIID) and radiation pagers (PRD). We offer users around-the-clock support on our products and can customize a suite of instruments to meet the most demanding applications.

Product Index:

Signal Generation

Berkeley Nucleonics offers the widest range of signal generators available, in packaging, interface, signal properties and price. We can deliver solutions for almost any signal-generating requirements, from high voltage to optics, complex waveforms and multi-channels/triggers. Featured products include:

Digital Delay / Pulse Generator

• Up to 8 Channels of Delay + Width

• 250pS Resolution, 50pS Jitter

• Adjustable Amplitude & Timing on Each Channel

• Gate, Delay, Sync or Trigger

Function / Pulse / ARBs

• 50MHz Arbitrary Waveforms

• USB and Ethernet

• Waveform Software Included

• Teacher’s Mode for Classroom

Equipment Synchronizer / Controller

• 8 Input Triggers, 8 Clocks, 8 Outputs

•Software Based Configuration

• Signal / Noise Filtering

• Signal Matrix and Loop Functions

Universal Pulse Generator

Light Pulse Generators

• Optical Outputs to 200mW

• Adjustable Delay, Width and Amplitude

• 650nm to 1580nm with selectable wavelength

Electrical / High Voltage Pulser

• 5V to 800V w/ Short Circuit Protection

• Adjustable Delay, Width, Amplitude and Rates

• 25 pS Jitter, Rise Times of 150pS

Microwave Signal Generator / Radio Frequency (RF) Signal Generator


Model 845 - 20GHz Microwave / Radio Frequency Generator

Low-noise and fast-switching microwave signal generator covering a frequency range from 10 MHz up to 20 GHz+

Model 845-H - 20 GHz High Output Signal Generator

High output power, low phase noise, fast-switching microwave signal generator covering a frequency range from 9 kHz up to 20 GHz

Model 845-M - 5 to 20GHz Low Noise Synthesizer

Wideband low phase-noise synthesizer operating up to 20 GHz. Has a mili-Hz frequency resolution uses a high-stability internal reference

Model 835-6 - 6 GHz RF / Microwave Signal Generator

A low-noise, fast-switching analog signal generator that covers a frequency range from 9 kHz up to 6.1 GHz

Model 835-6-R - 6 GHz (Fast Switching Analog Signal Generator - Rackmount)

1U rackmount, very low phase noise, fast-switching RF signal generator with µ-Hz frequency resolution

Model 835-3 - 3 GHz Microwave / RF Generator

Low-noise & fast-switching analog signal generator providing a frequency range from 9 kHz up to 3.3 GHz with 0.001 Hz resolution

Model 835-3-M - Ultra-Compact 3 GHz Microwave / RF Signal Generator

Ultra-compact general-purpose radio frequency signal generator covering a frequency range from 9kHz to 3.0GHz with 0.1 Hz frequency resolution


Signal Measurement

Our signal measurement instruments, which complement any test instrumentation application, give users precise data with the latest interface features. New USB-TMC and Labview interface options, along with front-panel USB connectors and ethernet support, expand on our high performance with rich measurement and analysis instruments.

Featured products include:

6.0 GHz Universal Counter with TIC

• 400 MHz Frequency Counter

• 12 Digit Resolution

• 40 pS Timing Resolution

General Purpose DSO

• 300MHz Oscilloscope

• 1nS Minimum Timebase

• New Display Technology

Digital Multimeters with Noise Filtering

• 6 1/2 Digit Resolution

• New Design Offers Faster Measurements

• USB and GPIB interface


NIM Modules and Power Supply

For laboratory research and multi-channel analyzer development, our range of NIM modules gives users the ability to simulate a wide range of radiation signals. Our lasted NIM Module, the ultra-stable Model PB-5, automates testing MCAs and PHAs. Other functions include Tail Pulse, Square Pulse, Ramp and Random Pulse.

Featured products include:

PB-5 Precision Tail Pulser 8010 50MHz Pulser BL-2 Fast Tail Pulser

Model AP-3 NIM Power Supply

Model BH-1 Tail Pulser


Instrumentation for Life Sciences

New in 2009, Berkeley Nucleonics is offering the Model 1420 Scanning Video Microscope. This is a research-grade, inverted fluorescence video microscope for applications in life sciences. This general purpose microscope combines some of the most advanced features available with portability and value pricing. With a synchronously pulsed illuminator, sensitive 30-fps camera and powerful video analysis software, the Model 1420 is a workhorse for many academic, industrial, R&D and research uses. Extensive filter, camera, illumination and objectives options let you tailor the system for your research. Also new is our High Voltage / Low Current Sequencer.

Model 1420

• Video Microscope with Motorized Optics

• Inverted, Modular, Portable Configurations

• 30 Second Buffer with Trigger-n-Save

Model 320H

• High Voltage, Low Current Pulses

• Sequence Devices Remotely

• Stable, Repeatable Process Control

For more details, please contact with us.


For more details, please contact with us.



RF signal generator (radio frequency generator) and microwave signal generators are used for testing components, receivers and test systems in a wide variety of applications including cellular communications, WiFi, WiMAX, GPS, audio and video broadcasting, satellite communications, radar and electronic warfare. RF and microwave signal generators normally have similar features and capabilities, but are differentiated by frequency range. RF signal generators typically range from a few kHz to 6 GHz, while microwave signal generators cover a much wider frequency range, from less than 1 MHz to at least 20 GHz. Some models go as high as 70 GHz with a direct coaxial output, and up to hundreds of GHz when used with external waveguide source modules. RF and microwave signal generators can be classified further as analog or vector signal generators.