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Berkeley Nucleonics offers a wide range of RF instrumentation solutions for the most demanding RF and microwave applications. These products include Microwave Signal Generators, Phase Noise Testers, and compact, real-time Spectrum Analyzers.

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4 GHz to 26 GHz Microwave Signal Generators


Model 845

  • Compact benchtop and field use
  • Upper freq. 4,6,12,26GHz Models
  • Battery option, high power, fast switching speed
  • Full modulation or LO only


Model 845-M

  • Compact 20 GHz synthesizer
  • Excellent perfomance 
  • Phase noise and switching speed

Model 845-OEM

  • Fully shielded for system integration
  • Customization and support
  • Freq. to 26 GHz with industry leading performance

Model 855

  • 10 MHz to 20 GHz
  • Phase Coherent
  • Fast Switching
  • Low Phase Noise














7000 Series: Phase Noise Tester From 7 GHz to 40 GHz

Key Features:

  • Extremely accurate cross-correlation engine
  • Complete broadband solution 5 MHzto 40 GHz
  • 10 kHz to 100 MHz offset range
  • Ultra-low-noise internal references
  • Very low Instrument Noise Floor (-188 dBc/Hz)


  • ATE
  • General Purpose Phase Noise Tests
  • PPL Synthesizer locking and characterization
  • Crystal Oscillator and VCO Testing

7000 Series: Real Time Spectrum Analysis From 100 kHz to 27 GHz

Key Features:

  • Frequency Range from 100 kHz to 8 GHz , 18 GHz, or 27 GHz
  • Real-Time Bandwidth (RTBW) 160 MHz
  • 10 MHz in/out for multi-channel synchronization
  • Highest price-to performance ratio in the Industry


  • Signal Hunting
  • Signal Interference
  • Satcom
  • TSCM (Tactical-Counter Surveillance Measures)

Download the RF Line Card, or visit the Berkeley Nucleonics' RF web page for more information on each of these RF solutions.

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