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Earlier this month at the Waste Management 2011 conference in Phoenix, AZ, Berkeley Nucleonics introduced a new, faster operating system that allows real-time characterization of large plots of land for nuclear remediation with sub-meter GPS resolution.
(PRWeb March 18, 2011)
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As news crews from NBC News head to Japan to report on the difficult situation following last weeks earthquake and tsunami, they will be equipped with state-of-the-art radiation detection devices from Berkeley Nucleonics, a manufacturer of nuclear detection systems in California.
(PRWeb March 16, 2011)
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Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation is excited to introduce the Model 1120 Time Interval Counter (TIC). The Model 1120 represents a breakthrough in signal measurement with 1pS resolution on a single-shot. For repetitive waveforms, the jitter is typically 10 ps. The start and stop inputs allow for a wide dynamic threshold range and as well as slope select.
(PRWeb March 14, 2011)
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Berkeley Nucleonics is introducing the new Model 040 Light Pulse Generator. The new module leverages state of the art laser chip production and efficient packaging techniques to deliver 10mW of calibrated light pulses at 405nm.
(PRWeb November 03, 2010)
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This new output stage for the Model 575 Digital Delay / Pulse Generator increases max pulse amplitudes to 45V. The company has used modern circuitry to achieve these higher voltages with the same pulse generator architecture, resulting in a low cost for the dual channel output stage.
(PRWeb August 16, 2010)
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Berkeley Nucleonics introduces the Rad-Cart, an integrated GPS radiological solution for environmental remediation. The nuclear detection system logs isotope specific and full data over a broad energy range and simplifies post processing activities.
(PRWeb August 16, 2010)
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Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) has released a major update to Labview drivers for our Model 1105 Universal Frequency Counter and our Model 645 Arbitrary Waveform Generator. The drivers can be download at the BNC’s website on product webpages or the National Instruments website (http://www.ni.com) by searching the BNC Model Numbers.
(PRWeb June 30, 2010)
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The Model 1035 is the latest in spectroscopic radiation area monitoring technology. Remote, always-on monitoring of radiation is easily accomplished with the Model 1035, complete with email notifications and wireless networking. The all digital detection system includes a versatile architecture which allows for quick integration of radiological laboratory analysis into your existing security, video or other monitoring system.
(PRWeb March 09, 2009)
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