GUI update available for the BNC model 7300 phase noise test system. Key performance features include broadband 5 MHz to 26.5 GHz complete with no additional hardware, absolute and additive noise measurement included in one system, fastest ATE measurements in the industry (< 200 ms complete) and pulse and AM measurements capable.The GUI can be updated by simply accepting the “Auto Update” notice feature.
The Model 845-26 is a low noise and fast-switching microwave signal generator covering a continuous frequency range from 100 kHz up to 26 GHz. The 845-26 has 0.001 Hz frequency resolution, fast switching (only 400 µs frequency), excellent phase noise (-108 dBc/Hz at 10 GHz and 20 kHz offset) and a high power output. The Model 845-26 operates with an ultra-stable temperature compensated 100 MHz reference (OCXO).
Berkeley Nucleonics (BNC) has developed and introduced a next generation, high performance, real-time spectrum analyzer (RTSA) at one-tenth the cost and one-tenth the size and weight of a typical benchtop RTSA. At the same time, it has 10× the performance of a portable handheld spectrum analyzer at half the cost. This leapfrog in technology by BNC is poised to revolutionize the $700 million per year spectrum analyzer test and measurement market.
Berkeley Nucleonics introduced a new signal source analyzer providing accurate measurements of SSB phase noise as well as full time domain analysis capability and several different modes of noise, spectrum and transient analysis. The 7000 series offers both residual and absolute noise measurements from 5 MHz to 30 GHz, providing operation with either internal or external reference sources and measurements from 0.1 Hz to 50 MHz frequency offset.
The model 745-20C digital delay generator provides users with an amazing 20 independent channels of delay and width (pulses). The delay resolution on the standard unit is 100 picoseconds (ps) with an optional 250 femtosecond (fs) timing upgrade on 10 channels. The jitter is also industry leading, with < 5 ps using short delays and an internal clock, or < 25 ps with longer delays or external triggers.
Berkeley Nucleonics has enhanced the 7000 series of fully automated signal source analyzers and extended the measurement capability to 26 GHz. In addition to measuring absolute phase noise on a large variety of CW sources with offsets from 0.01 Hz to 50 MHz, the 7000 series performs residual and absolute phase noise characterization of CW and pulsed signals, transient analysis and VCO characterization.