San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2013
A free workshop covering techniques for RF/Microwave signal generation and measurements is available to the technical community during the 2013 American Physics Society annual meeting. A total of 120 spots are available on a first come first serve basis with registration available at http://info.berkeleynucleonics.com/APS-2013.
The workshop is sponsored by Berkeley Nucleonics (BNC Corp) and is held as part of the APS conference just after exhibit hours at the Hilton Baltimore, Key Ballroom 3 on Tuesday, March 19 from 5:30‐7:30PM. BNC will also have a booth at the APS Show which runs from March 18 - 22. This workshop will give researchers and engineers in the RF/Microwave field an in-depth overview of techniques for signal generation and measurement, along with hands on activities using instrumentation and software tools. “The APS Conference was selected as one of several venues well suited for this workshop by Berkeley Nucleonics,” comments Alex Palm, RF Product Line Manager. “The community of Physicists attending cover a wide range of applications and demand is growing for RF and Microwave products and training.” The American Physics Society is widely recognized as the leading US organization of physicists and publishes the world-renowned Physical Review and Physical Review Letters.
The use of RF and Microwave signal generators has exploded as communications and defense requirements worldwide grow rapidly. The increasing demand of wireless devices create a need for higher frequencies, stimulating job opportunities and industrial growth in critical market segments such as radar, remote sensing, remote control, sensors, navigation, surveillance, electronic warfare, radiometers, plasma research, and imaging.
About the Company -- Berkeley Nucleonics is a leading manufacturer of Pulse and Digital Delay Generators, Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators and RF/Microwave Signal Generators. The company recently introduces the Model 845 20GHz Signal Generator, a breakthrough in performance, size and low power consumption.