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Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) - RF Cafe

Enter the special code THANKYOU for free admission to the RF Boot Camp course!

Academy Continuing Education Program Announced - RF CafeBerkeley Nucleonics Academy Courses - RF CafeSan Rafael, CA – September 1, 2020 – Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC - like the connector) offers several short courses on RF, Test & Measurement, and Nuclear technology to allow students and technical staff entering the field to quickly develop a basic understanding of the principles involved. Instruction is presented as a combination of slides, videos, and downloadable PDF files.

For a limited time, RF Cafe visitors can receive Free admission to the "RF Boot Camp 101," "MRF 02 - Demystifying Phase Noise Measurements," and "TMI 01 - Precision Timing Terminology and Fundamentals" courses (a total savings of $497) by following these steps:

  • Go to https://academy.berkeleynucleonics.com
  • Fill in your name, e-mail, create a password, and check off the two boxes.
  • Click on "Sign Up." You will be taken to the course selection page.
  • Click on the "MRF 01- RF Boot Camp" course.
  • Click on "Enroll in Course for $199."
  • In the "Coupon code" area, type in THANKYOU.
  • Click on the "Enroll - FREE" button.
  • Enjoy the courses. You might also want to send a note of thanks to BNC for providing this excellent material at no cost.

Note that a couple courses are available for free even without the THANKYOU code. Please see the above graphic.

BNC Academy's online learning is a popular way to maintain currency in your field while not requiring time away from critical project activities. Berkeley Nucleonics Academy courses may be completed online and are supplemented with downloadable materials. Titles such as "RF Boot Camp," "Demystifying Phase Noise Measurements," and "Nuclear Radiation 101" are among the offerings. Completion certificates are issued and onsite training is also available.

The Academy is an ongoing project to compile and distribute information on Test and Measurement. The end goal is to create an accredited resource that is useful to academics, onboarding professionals and military personnel, a reference that bridges the gap between concept and real-world use. A course about the fascinating world of scintillation technology, for example, not only covers an overview of the technology itself, but also provides insight into how scientists and research professionals apply this information in their decision-making and everyday responsibilities.

It is possible to look at previews of upcoming courses on BNC Academy right now, through the link found here. https://academy.berkeleynucleonics.com

Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated as the team at Berkeley Nucleonics continues to work on its content. For more details, call 415-453-9955 or contact BNC at www.berkeleynucleonics.com

 

About Berkeley Nucleonics

Founded in 1963, BNC is a leading manufacturer of precision electronic instrumentation for RF/Microwave research. BNC has its corporate headquarters in San Rafael, California with several additional manufacturing facilities and sales offices located throughout the United States. Phased Array Antennas are evolving rapidly, and BNC is at the forefront of this technology shift, capitalizing on these new requirements with its patented, high performance, software-defined radio technology, and a PC-controlled, networked architecture that provides unparalleled performance for the price. In addition to the RF / Microwave signal source line of equipment, BNC offers Phase Noise Test Systems (Signal Source Analyzers) & Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers in 1963, BNC is a leading manufacturer of precision electronic instrumentation for RF/Microwave research. BNC has its corporate headquarters in San Rafael, California with several additional manufacturing facilities and sales offices located throughout the United States. Phased Array Antennas are evolving rapidly, and BNC is at the forefront of this technology shift, capitalizing on these new requirements with its patented, high performance, software-defined radio technology, and a PC-controlled, networked architecture that provides unparalleled performance for the price. In addition to the RF / Microwave signal source line of equipment, BNC offers Phase Noise Test Systems (Signal Source Analyzers) & Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers.

 

Contact

Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation
22955 Kerner Boulevard
San Rafael, CA  94901  USA
Email:  info@berkeleynucleonics.com
Phone:  (800) 234-7858
Web:  berkeleynucleonics.com

 

 

Posted September 1, 2020

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