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Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) - RF Cafe

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BNC Webinar: Low vs. High-Resolution Detectors (Free Admission) - RF CafeSan Rafael, CA – October 23, 2020 – Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC - like the connector) is excited to announce that our upcoming live webinar, "Low vs. High-Resolution Detectors," is less than one week away! Demystify high-resolution Scintillation with Berkeley Nucleonics and special guest Paul Schotanus from Scionix as we dive into the current landscape of high-resolution detectors in the 662 KeV Gamma range: CeBr3, LaBr3, SrI2, CLYC, and GAGG.

To accommodate for time differences, we will be hosting two sessions with the same topics and agenda. Please register for the time slot that works best for you.

Paul Schotanus, Managing Director of Scionix - RF Cafe

Paul Schotanus, Managing Director of Scionix

Meet BNC's Special Guest, Paul Schotanus Managing Director, Scionix

Berkeley Nucleonics is excited to have Paul Schotanus, the president and founder of Scionix Holland, as the special guest for the upcoming webinar, "Low vs. High-Resolution Detectors." Paul Schotanus has been designing and manufacturing specialist scintillation detectors for 40+ years, and his company is at the forefront of novel radiation detector design and development.

Berkeley Nucleonics offers sales and support for Scionix Holland custom scintillators, PMT's & SiPM's and Readout Electronics.

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

 

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NaI(Tl) Sodium Iodide Scintillation Detectors

NaI(Tl) Sodium Iodide Scintillation Detectors - RF CafeHigh-quality Sodium Iodide crystal scintillators are available with a large variety of form factors and sizes. These detectors offer the best performance and resolution for your nuclear spectroscopy applications.

Cerium Bromide (CeBr3) High Resolution / Low Background Scintillators

Cerium Bromide scintillators - RF CafeCerium Bromide scintillators feature very high light yields, fast response, and high density properties. The key advantage to the material, when compared to other high resolution scintillators, is its very low intrinsic background noise.

Lanthanum BromoChloride (LBC) High-Resolution LBC Scintillators

Lanthanum BromoChloride scintillators - RF CafeLLBC (Lanthanum BromoChloride scintillators) (LaBr2.85Cl0.15:Ce) offer an alternative to NaI(Tl) and CeBr3 detectors for high-resolution gamma spectroscopy applications. LBC scintillators feature similar properties to the well-known LaBr3 material but are mechanically stronger.

 

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 October 26, 2020

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