Friday, March 25, 2011
Semiconductor applications for Berkeley Nucleonics Pulse and Digital Delay Generators
Semiconductor applications for Berkeley Nucleonics Pulse and Digital Delay Generators were discussed at the Shanghai Photonics conference last week. Teltec Semiconductor, Berkeley's local agent, gave product demonstrations to numerous R&D engineers developoing the next generation of wafer technology for a re-emerging semiconductor industry. New mobile applications and in-vehicle wi-fi systems lead the way as manufacturers find ways to adjust to new market needs.
The Berkeley Nucleonics Digital Delay Generators offer 8 channels of delay and width with resolution down to 1 picosecond. The BNC line also offers the worlds lowest trigger jitter which is measured under 10 picoseconds. The company offers a range of products from it's factory in California and through domestic and international service centers. The applications team at Berkeley Nucleonics is available by phone during the day or around the clock on the website by clicking LIVE HELP. For more, go to www.berkeleynucleonics.com
About Berkeley Nucleonics
Berkeley Nucleonics was founded in 1963 as a spin-off of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) in Berkeley, California. The company manufactures lines of instrumentation for medical, nuclear, physics and chemistry fields. Customers are serviced by a network of approximately 50 international and domestic agents and service centers. The company is routinely cited for contributions to the advanced research of US federal agencies and various large academic institutions. New products for 2011 include a 16 Channel Pulse and Delay Generator, an Arbitrary Waveform Generator, a 40pS Universal Counter / Time Interval Counter and a growing line of 100MHz – 500MHz Oscilloscopes.