Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation is a leading manufacturer of precision electronic instrumentation for test, measurement and nuclear research. BNC has its corporate headquarters in San Rafael, California with several additional manufacturing facilities and sales offices located throughout the United States.
The Company maintains an international network of manufacturer's representatives - including Optilas, Canberra Packard, ORTEC, Coherent and Seiko - to provide for precision instrumentation needs globally.
Founded in 1960, BNC initially developed custom pulse generators. The Company gradually became known for meeting requirements for high precision and stability, and for providing instruments of unsurpassed reliability and performance.
BNC continues to maintain a leadership position in development of custom pulse, signal, light and function generators. BNC designs incorporate the latest innovations in software and hardware engineering, surface mount production, and automated testing procedures. The BNC Model 625A Function Generator has been the recipient of several electronics industry awards, including the Cahners Electronics Group's 'T&M Product of the Year' award for 1999.
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