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.

The VFCG-HD1 is a fully integrated video clock generator which provides synchronous High Definition (HD) and Standard Definition (SD) output clocks for the various scanning formats. The device synchronizes to the standard input reference clock required by SMPTE274, SMPTE296, NTSC, or PAL systems.

Higher power in their signal generators was Berkeley Nucelonics’ number one request from their customers, and they delivered on it. The model 845-HP microwave signal generator is very similar to the model 845, but its wide and accurately levelled output power range (up to +23 DBM) and high spurious suppression set it apart.

The Model 685 is the world's fastest arbitrary waveform generator with industry-leading flexibility, speed, and power levels that allows users the widest range of modulation and creator options. It can be used for generating a complex pulse train, a series of radar pulses, pulsed RF signals with impairments, Gaussian pulses, multi-level pulses, double pulses for IGBT/Mosfet experiments, or pulses for advanced research and quantum computing.

Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation offers the Model 6040 universal pulse generator with electrical or optical output options with adjustable rates up to 100 MHz. The system delivers superior performance characteristics such as timing accuracies of 0.01% for frequency and 0.2% for delay and width. The triggering jitter of 25 ps provides synchronizing capabilities usually associated with only the very best digital delay systems. Plug-in modules allow for the selection of required output configurations.

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.

Berkeley Nucleonics’ model 577 is a digital delay/pulse generator with its own trigger, its own gate, its own delay and width settings, and eight outputs – each configurable with their own pattern. It provides precise delays and widths with 250pS resolution for times up to 1000 seconds.

Analog Devices offers the ADF5610 microwave wideband synthesizer with an integrated VCO. This device allows implementation of fractional-N or Integer N phase-locked loop (PLL) frequency synthesizers when used with an external loop filter and an external reference frequency. The wideband microwave voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) design allows frequencies from 57 MHz to 14,600 MHz to be generated with an output frequency ranging from 7,300 MHz to 14,600 MHz.