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BNC Model 685: The World's Fastest 16bit AWG for Quantum Computing

Thursday, February 25th, 2021 @ 10:00 AM PST

Please join Berkeley Nucleonics on February 25th at 10:00 AM PST where Junior Choe, RF/Microwave Sr. Product Manager, will be discussing quantum computing technologies and real-time demonstrations using the Model 685 AWG. We will also be joined by special guests Active Technologies and the University of Modena, Italy. Save your virtual seat today by registering below!

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Quantum Computing Webinar - AWG

Join Berkeley Nucleonics & Active Technologies on Thursday, February 25th, 2021 @ 10:00 PST

  • Baseband Waveforms/Signals
  • I/Q
  • Superconducting Qubits
  • Phase Coherence/Decoupling/Decoherence
  • New RF Mode for higher frequency up to 12 GHz
  • General Discussion/Q&A

Meet Your Host: Junior Choe

RF Product Manager

Junior Choe  

Sr. Product Manager | T&M, RF/Microwave

Junior Choe earned his BS in international business from SJSU before joining the RF Group at Berkeley Nucleonics in 2014. Junior applies years of industry experience and application-focused technical expertise by listening to customer applications and addressing their current and future test and measurement solution needs. Junior provides unparalleled product support and training for RF/Microwave Signal Generators and Phase Noise Measurement Systems, dynamic and efficient systems enabling users industry-leading performance for both ATE and R&D environments. Junior also spends time on-site with BNC's network of RF Manufacturer's Representatives hosting Lunch & Learn events.

Quantum Computing Signals from Berkeley Nucleonics

Model 685 | 2 GHz 6 GSa/s AWG with Differential Output

High-Performance Arbitrary Waveform Generator

The Model 685 High-Performance Arbitrary Waveform Generator offers some of the most exciting advancements in waveform development. The industry-leading flexibility, speed, and power levels allow users the widest range of modulation and creator options. The Model 685 delivers this flexibility with premium signal integrity, an easy to use touch-screen display, and a host of new operational modes. The differential outputs offer many advantages including immunity to external noise, especially on low voltage systems.

Model 855B | 300 kHz up to 40 GHz (settable to 42 GHz)

Multi-Channel RF/Microwave Signal Generator

The Model 855B Series is a Phase-Coherent Multi-Channel output Fast Switching and Low Phase Noise signal generator with a frequency range from 300 kHz to 6.2 GHz, 12.5 GHz, 20 GHz, 33 GHz, or 40 GHz. Each channel is fully independent that enables the user to tune frequency, power, and phase independently. The 855B leading-edge switching speed of 25μs, combined with a broad power range and good spurious and harmonic rejection, the 855B is ideally suited for a variety of applications where good signal quality and a wide, accurate output power range are required.

Model 865 | 100 kHz to 40 GHz (settable to 42 GHz)

RF/Microwave Signal Generator

The Model 865 Series RF / Microwave Signal Generator offers our highest performance level with ultra-low noise signals from 100kHz to 40GHz (settable to 42 GHz). The compact design introduces new power options allowing a broad dynamic range to meet a wide range of applications. The 865 also leverages a faster power and frequency switching capability to expand your ability to test receivers, components, antennas, and other devices. The front panel touchscreen allows full operation of the instrument while a simple GUI is also included for remote operation.

Model 875 | 10 MHz to 40 GHz

Ultra-Agile Vector Signal Generator

The Model 875 is an ultra fast-switching vector modulated signal source covering a continuous frequency range with models from 10 MHz to 40 GHz. The Model 875 offers switching speeds down to 200ns, enables ultrafast CW frequency sweeps, chirping, intra-pulse modulation and pulse shaping with very low phase noise. A high performance internal I/Q modulator enables customized modulation waveforms and supports dedicated modulation schemes such as avionics modulations. The new design offers deep memory and such wideband capability, complex modulation is now affordable.

View Our Full Lineup of Quantum Computing Signals

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