New cooperation with Berkeley Nucleonics

Ferrara – Italy, 19th April 2018

Active Technologies is pleased to announce the official cooperation with Berkeley Nucleonics Corp., to distribute the Pulse Rider PG-1000 series into US market (Berkeley Nucleonics Model 765).
The 70ps edge rate5Vpp pulse generator, fully developed by Active Technologies, is now sold in US market under Berkeley Nucleonics and Active Technologies dual brand logo.

US customers can find more details about the product on Berkeley Nucleonics website



About Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation
Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) is a leading manufacturer of precision electronic instrumentation for test, measurement, and nuclear research. Founded in 1963, the corporate headquarters are in San Rafael, California, with additional manufacturing facilities and sales offices located throughout the United States



About Active Technologies

The company was founded in 2002 by a staff of engineers from the University of Ferrara (NE of Italy) involved in large EU research experiments mostly vs. semiconductor test and innovative instrumentation design. The company is evolving to deliver the industry’s best signal stimulus solution by using disruptive and innovative DACs technology. This allows the creation of new generation of very complex signals, combined with controllable jitter, noise and other signal impairments. AT products fits nicely advance research pulse generation providing best in class pulse generation, great solution in complex defense electronics application such radar pulse generation and EW signalling and modulation. AT DAC technology is the most cost effective solution for a new generation of instruments, lower in cost and easy to be used and adapted in several applications for industrial application, such automotive and Power. AT is also one of Major supplier of OEM solution for T&M leaders.


Rider Series™ (Pulse Rider ™,  Arb Rider ™ , Function Rider ™ ) are registered trademark of Active Technologies, Ferrara, Italy.


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