Teltec Semiconductor presented Berkeley Nucleonics' range of pulse and digital delay generators for semiconductor applications at the recent Shanghai Photonics conference.
Teltec, Berkeley's local agent, gave product demonstrations to numerous research and development engineers working on the next generation of wafer technology for the semiconductor industry.
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The digital delay generators offer eight channels of delay and width with resolution down to one picosecond.
The BNC line also offers a low trigger jitter, which is measured at less than 10 picoseconds.