Berkeley Nucleonics offers a diverse line of microwave signal sources and microwave signal generators with a new fast switching option for R&D, radar simulation and testing, local oscillator development, commercial communications (like satellite and microwave link), and microwave component testing applications.

This ultra-compact RF signal generator is ideal for EMC/EMI applications and for use as a general purpose RF source. It comes in a compact and rugged enclosure and covers the 9 kHz to 3.0 GHz frequency range.

Berkeley Nucleonics' new Model 855 series is a phase coherent, multi-output, fast switching, and low phase noise signal generator operating within the 10 MHz to 6.2, 12.5, or 20.0 GHz range, ideally used for applications where accurate signal quality and wide output power are required.

Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) offers the Model 865-M wideband low phase-noise synthesizer for applications operating from 100 kHz to 40 GHz. Features include a settable output power range from -5 to +20 dBm, a mili-Hz frequency resolution that uses a high-stability internal reference, and an internal reference that can be phase-locked to a user-settable external reference.

AR offers a complete variety of rugged, high-power antennas for virtually any testing procedures. Since all are frequency and power matched to AR amplifiers, it is easy to select exactly the right unit.

As its model number implies, the 745T-20C is a digital delay generator with 20 channels in one unit. It features a 100 ps time resolution (standard, with an optional 250 fs time resolution), 5 ps jitter (internal trigger), a 25 ps jitter (external trigger), 1 ns output rise times, and more.

The AR CI Systems are self-contained conducted immunity test systems that provide outstanding ease of use and flexibility. Because each system is contained in a single rack, setup issues are eliminated.

This Narda IMA is a programmable signal source that digitally creates frequency-modulated waveforms and applies them to a carrier that can be varied +/-30 MHz in less than 100 ns. Its unique characteristics make it well suited for use as a fast-hopping signal generator, programmable noise source, or arbitrary signal generator.