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Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) - RF Cafe

Quantum computing is a new type of computing designed to tackle the complex problems that modern computing power is too limited to touch.

BNC Webinar: Are You Ready for Quantum Computing?San Rafael, CA – February 3, 2021 – Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC - like the connector) will be conducting a free webinar on Thursday, February 25th, entitled "Quantum Computing." To most people, including me, quantum computing is still a mysterious technology. Its concepts of multiple simultaneous logic states makes the fuzzy logic craze of the 1980s look sharply focused. Photos of quantum computers built by IBM*, Microsoft, and Google look like science fiction chandeliers where you expect to see the rejuvenated brains of Albert Einstein, Galileo Galilei, or Isaac Newton soaking in a bubbling bath of formaldehyde with wires sticking out of them. A short paper entitled, "Are You Ready for Quantum Computing" can be accessed on the BNC website.

Berkeley Nucleonics produces a number of instrumentation items used by quantum computing researchers. The video below discusses a quantum computer's Qubit manipulator's requirement for a highly phase-stable frequency reference, and the need for precision waveform generation using AWGs. BNC's cryogenic components fit the bill for required low-temperature environments.

Be sure to not miss the Quantum Computing webinar.

 

* IBM Quantum Experience webpage allows you to work interactively with quantum computing.

 

About Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation

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.

 

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

 

 

Posted February 3, 2021

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